The purpose of this paper is to identify the business opportunities for communications service providers (CSPs) and mobile network operators (MNOs) from a novel Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) based on dynamic shared spectrum access.

This paper explains how dynamic sharing and scalable use of the 3.5 GHz spectrum will increase the
efficiency of spectrum use in delivering fast growing and converging mobile broadband and media traffic services while paving the way for new innovations such as Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G networks.

The paper also provides technical details of the CBRS feature and describe the network nodes and
interfaces that are either added or modified for CBRS functionality. Over the past decade, wireless
communication has become critical for providing broadband coverage to end users. It will become even
more important when 5G comes on the market in the next few years, which will allow not only end
users but also smart devices such as smart watches and IoT devices to be connected. This will generate a
significant increase in data traffic on the network.

As the demand of mobile communication increases, so too does the demand for spectrum availability,
which is necessary for MNOs to expand their capacity.

To understand how Aricent can help, Read more about the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)
Spectrum Whitepaper.

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