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    1. Verizon pushes FCC for “one-touch” siting reform

      Verizon pushes FCC for “one-touch” siting reform

      Verizon pushes FCC for “one-touch” siting reform 19 SEP 2017 Tweet Verizon renewed its call for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to adopt a “one-touch” approach meant to streamline new infrastructure deployments. According to the operator, a “one-touch make-ready” strategy would provide faster access to utility poles and increase installation efficiency for new small cells and fiber by allowing a single contractor to do all the work.

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    2. Federated Wireless intros CBRS spectrum controller, raises $42M

      Federated Wireless intros CBRS spectrum controller, raises $42M

      Federated Wireless, one of the Spectrum Access System administrators for the 3.5 GHz ecosystem, says it is bringing spectrum sharing closer to reality with the commercial availability of its cloud-based spectrum controller to enable spectrum sharing.

      Federated also closed on a new investment funding round of $42 million, with backers including Charter Communications, American Tower, ARRIS and Singapore’s investment fund GIC.

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    3. TIA and SCF Announce Partnership to Accelerate Smart Cities and Enterprise Connectivity - Business Wire (press release)

      TIA and SCF Announce Partnership to Accelerate Smart Cities and Enterprise Connectivity - Business Wire (press release)

      Small Cell Forum works to drive the wide-scale adoption of small cells and accelerate the delivery of integrated HetNets . Our work program is organized around two main streams – Deploying Hyperdense HetNets and Enabling Digitized Enterprise. These tie ...

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    4. ExteNet Systems planning indoor and outdoor CBRS testing

      ExteNet Systems planning indoor and outdoor CBRS testing

      Based on a recent filing with the U.S. Federal Communications Systems, neutral host provider ExteNet Systems is looking to incorporate CBRS technology into its distributed network approach. Integration of spectrum support for the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service is, as currently envisioned, based on a three-tiered priority approach, which could potentially allow new entrants to leverage the advantageous spectrum for a range of private network implementations while simultaneously providing new avenues of service delivery for established service providers.

      ExteNet has asked the FCC for special temporary authority for the “ongoing integration testing of CBRS base station and ...

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    5. Analyst Angle: Longer licenses for 3.5 GHz spectrum will be good for 5G

      Analyst Angle: Longer licenses for 3.5 GHz spectrum will be good for 5G

      In recent weeks CTIA and T-Mobile US have both asked the Federal Communications Commission to change the way the agency plans to allocate the Citizens Broadband Radio Spectrum. If adopted, the proposed changes will help U.S. mobile network operators deploy spectrum in the 3.5 GHz band for 5G services.

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    6. Less 5G talk, more 5G action on display at MWC Shanghai

      What a difference a year makes. At this time last year at Mobile World Congress (MWC) Shanghai, we first introduced our 5G NR sub-6 GHz prototype system and trial platform, and the standardization of 5G NR – the global 5G standard – had begun with the 3GPP Release 14 NR Study Item. Since then, we have made significant progress toward making 5G NR a reality and accelerated the 3GPP schedule.

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    7. FCC looks to ease small cell rules, as Verizon steps up hunt for fiber - Rethink Research (subscription)

      As Wireless Watch has been tracking for some years now, small cells and fiber are becoming critical assets for mobile operators as they start to densify their networks and think about even higher capacity in 5G. The US is in the midst of a wave of ...

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    8. FCC moves ahead with measure to ease small-cell deployments

      April 20, 2017

      As expected, the FCC moved forward with plans to make it easier for wireless carriers and their partners to deploy small cells in municipalities across the country.

      The Commission approved “an examination of the regulatory impediments (PDF)” at the state and local levels that can slow the rollout of small cells and other transmitters in an effort to streamline zoning, permitting and siting challenges.

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