Airspan First to Pass WInnForum’s Release 2 Test Case for CBRS Device Group Handling
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The Wireless Innovation Forum (WInnForum) received a declaration by Airspan Networks, a subsidiary of Airspan Network Holdings, that its 5G AirSpeed 2900, working with Airspan Domain Proxy for Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) operation, passed the WInnForum's Release 2 test case for enhanced CBRS device (CBSD) group handling. Airspan is the first company to have passed a test case.

"We are proud to achieve another milestone as we continue to be a leader in the industry in CBRS and 5G innovation and ecosystem development acceleration," said Eli Leizerovitz, head of products, Airspan. "This builds on a long legacy of tech innovation and leadership at Airspan, as we continue to focus on providing innovative 5G and CBRS solutions and deployments for our customers and many strategic partners."

A key element of the WInnForum plan for its second release of the CBRS baseline standards is that members support the ecosystem by self-certifying that their products fully meet the requirements for features as defined in the Release 2 standards.

"Release 2 promotes new features, functions and capabilities in CBRS beyond what is required for regulatory compliance," said Spectrum Sharing Committee Co-Chair Richard Bernhardt. "SASs (spectrum access systems) and CBSDs may then choose to implement these industry features to expand CBRS ecosystem capabilities."

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