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The State of U.S. Spectrum Policy

We’re honored that CommScope’s Mark Gibson has been invited to share his expertise and insights at the July 23rd senate hearing on the State of U.S. Spectrum Policy … Read More

15th European Spectrum Management Conference

23–29 June 2020: 15th European Spectrum Management Conference—An online platform for stakeholders to come together and discuss topical issues relating to the management and coordination of spectrum policy across the region … Read More

Conference for Advancing Public Safety (CAPS)

June 16–18, 2020: The Conference for Advancing Public Safety (CAPS)—Our own Mark Gibson was a panelist on the Vendor Roundtable: How Does the FCC’s 6 GHz Ruling Impact Public Safety Communications? … Read More

CBRS In-building IoT Webinar Replays

5/20/20—CBRS Week: “CBRS for In-Building Wireless; Using CBRS for the Industrial IoT”—Until now, in-building wireless has relied on strategies that involve technologies like Wi-Fi and distributed antenna systems. But the availability of CBRS spectrum, and the advent of 5G, will change the in-building wireless landscape … Read More

Transition from Grandfathered Part 90Z License to Part 96 CBRS

Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), dubbed the innovation band, was recently given the greenlight by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for full commercialization. This was a major milestone for the CBRS ecosystem and the wireless industry as a whole, as CBRS commercialization means … Read More

Understanding the CBRS opportunity

The Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA) has published a white paper titled “The CBRS Opportunity” that explores how the Citizens Broadband Radio Service spectrum will help U.S. wireless carriers optimize traffic management on their networks … Read More


A Message to Our Customers and Partners from CommScope CEO Eddie Edwards: Resilience and resolve in the era of COVID-19 | Around the world, businesses are managing through the COVID-19 crisis and establishing the new normal, as we all adapt to new ways of getting work done … Read More

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