4RF Router Receives FCC Approval to Operate in CBRS Band, Joins OnGo Alliance
Tuesday, August 10, 2021 | Comments

4RF joined the OnGo Alliance after receiving FCC approval for the 4RF Aprisa LTE router to operate in 3.5 GHz band Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) spectrum for demanding business and mission-critical private LTE networks.

As a result of this FCC approval and joining the OnGo Alliance, 4RF is listed on the OnGo Alliance's website and in the OnGo Alliance list of FCC-authorized end-user devices as a vendor whose Aprisa LTE router interoperates with other OnGo Alliance member products to enable private CBRS LTE networks. OnGo Alliance advisor members such as 4RF are invited to provide specific industry perspectives on the applications and use cases for CBRS LTE solutions to their businesses.

"The OnGo Alliance is very pleased to have 4RF join our growing membership," said OnGo Alliance executive director Alan Ewing. "The 4RF ecosystem contributions and experience with mission-critical private LTE networks is a welcome addition to the diversity of solution providers under the OnGo umbrella."

The announcement follows a similar 4RF announcement of FCC certification for the 4RF Aprisa LTE router to operate in the Anterix’s band 8 900 MHz spectrum for private LTE networks. 4RF is also a charter member of the Anterix Active Ecosystem Program and a founding member of the Utility Broadband Alliance (UBBA).

"With FCC certification for the 4RF Aprisa LTE router to operate in 3.5 GHz mid-band spectrum and membership in the OnGo Alliance, 4RF is ready to service the needs of CBRS users and we're currently working with various customers to assist with deployments," said 4RF CEO Ian Troughton. "We have the 4RF Aprisa LTE router, implementation advice and support, and the ancillaries such as antennas to help make successful use of the 3.5 GHz band. 4RF Aprisa products are successfully deployed in hundreds of utilities around the world including many of the largest in the United States."

Private, licensed LTE networks provide ownership, security, control, bandwidth and optimized performance of a company's mission-critical field area networks in industries such as energy, telecommunications, transportation and logistics. Private networks with licensed 3.5 GHz CBRS spectrum provide the best support for short-range field area networks where high capacity is required.

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