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Our Services

Comsearch’s mission is to enable the most efficient and intelligent use of the wireless spectrum, a precious and limited resource. The thousands of customers we serve each year trust us to provide expert solutions in the design, engineering, and management of reliable wireless communications networks globally.

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Our Products

Comsearch has packaged several decades of wireless engineering expertise into a suite of products that empower you to get the most out of your spectrum.

Online Tools offer comprehensive and secure web-based solutions to manage your spectrum and regulatory requirements.

Planning Tools provide solutions that you can install in your own enterprise environment to manage your spectrum.

Online Training enhances your microwave engineering skills at your own pace from anywhere.

Data Products help you make sense of the complex and ever-changing wireless environment.

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Citizens Broadband Radio Service

Our vision for the future of intelligent use of radio spectrum is the Citizens Broadband Radio Service, which uses dynamic spectrum sharing methods to facilitate significant sharing of the available spectrum. The latest FCC spectrum sharing proposal outlines the basis for sharing spectrum in the 3.5 GHz band and it is referred to as a Spectrum Access System (SAS). Comsearch’s SAS solution is helping open up spectrum opportunities for all users of the CBRS band.

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From the blog

December 26, 2018

A Look Back at 2018: Ride Sharing, House Sharing, and Now Spectrum Sharing

Posted by Mark Gibson, 12/26/2018 | We are living in an era where we are learning to share in new, creative ways and making better use of our resources. Lyft, AirBnB and other sharing services use verification and accountability systems to give users the assurance that those strangers we are letting into our cars and homes can be trusted … Read More

Latest News

November 6, 2018

2018 Q2-Q4 Regulatory Updates

March 28, 2018

2018 Q1 Regulatory Updates