Getting Started with CBRS and Private LTE

Presented by

Devang Bhatt and Michael Dickens, Cradlepoint

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The upswell of interest in CBRS shared spectrum — especially since the initial commercial deployment approval from the FCC in September 2019 — is helping organizations envision the vast potential for using Private LTE (P-LTE.). Factors including reliability, performance, coverage, security, network control, and mobility give P-LTE a clear upper hand over traditional wireless LAN options such as WiFi, particularly for enterprises that cover a large area. However, many businesses and agencies that are interested in P-LTE are asking the same questions: What do I need for Private LTE, and how do I get started? In this webinar, Cradlepoint’s Devang Bhatt will explore not only what you need for Private LTE deployment, but what you need to know.

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