CBRS in the enterprise

Why did utilities pay so much for CBRS licenses?

Why did utilities pay so much for CBRS licenses?

Enterprises largely stayed out of the bidding for CBRS licenses. With one exception: utilities, who paid a higher MHz/pop than mobile operators. What made PALs attractive to utilities and what does this tell us about the value of CBRS spectrum?

What is CBRS good for?

What is CBRS good for? A conversation with Preston Marshall, CBRS Alliance and Google, and Joel Lindholm, Facebook, ex-CommScope, by Monica Paolini, Senza Fili

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