Making CBRS Simple

By Kris Kozamchak | October 1, 2019

Although the CBRS Alliance celebration party is over, the industry is still buzzing over the approval by the FCC for Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) to enter initial commercial deployment.

CLICK TO TWEET:  CommScope wants to show you how easy it is for enterprise customers to use CBRS-enabled access points and a SAS to quickly get up and running. 

One of the questions that we still hear from customers is around use cases and ease of deployment. A recent Light Reading article highlighted a use case where CommScope is using CBRS for a private LTE in its manufacturing facility to remotely monitor equipment using video cameras. Many other uses cases will come to light now that initial commercial deployment is official.

But what about the ease of deployment?

On a recent visit to CommScope’s campus in Sunnyvale (the center for our Ruckus product and business development), I caught up with Juan Santiago of the CBRS team and he explained how easy it is for enterprise customers to use CBRS-enabled access points and a spectrum access system to quickly get up and running.

About the Author

Kris Kozamchak


Kris Kozamchak is director of corporate communications at CommScope based in Richardson, Texas. She oversees the media, analyst and social media programs for CommScope’s business segments. Kris has more than 20 years of experience in the telecom and technology industry from companies such as BT and NEC, and she bring strong PR agency knowledge from her time at Edelman and Shandwick.  Kris has a bachelor’s degree in public relations and business from West Virginia Wesleyan and is a member of PRSA.