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A basic understanding of spectrum usage – including antennas, how radio frequency signals propagate, and the concept of aggregate interference.

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What you will learn

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    Advantages of shared spectrum

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    CBRS ecosystem: users, systems and devices

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    The role of CPIs in CBRS: What are CPIs, why and when are they needed?

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    Working with Google’s SAS

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A basic understanding of spectrum usage – including antennas, how radio frequency signals propagate, and the concept of aggregate interference.

English

Subtitles: English

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About Google - Spectrum Sharing

We’ve all come to expect fast, high-quality Internet everywhere we go. Yet wireless demand is already outstripping supply in dense urban areas, while rural bandwidth and in-building coverage lag behind. To keep up with the rising demand for bandwidth, the FCC has worked with industry leaders to create the CBRS rules for shared spectrum as a new model for adding capacity at a low cost. By aligning on industry standards, Google is helping the CBRS ecosystem bring better wireless Internet to more people in more places. ...

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