Intenna Systems Named CBRS Partner for CommScope
Monday, September 09, 2019 | Comments

Intenna Systems, a provider of indoor wireless distributed antenna systems (DAS) and small cell solutions, is certified to design and deploy Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) Long Term Evolution (LTE) solutions.

CBRS, which operates in 3.55 – 3.7 GHz spectrum band, delivers LTE services with a simplified implementation similar to Wi-Fi. The dynamic spectrum management of the CBRS band will provide an additional frequency band and access to 15 additional LTE channels to support the rapidly growing number of connected devices reducing traffic on congested bands.

Intenna Systems is a premier partner of CommScope, which incorporated Ruckus Wireless’ CBRS technology into its ERA platform following its acquisition of ARRIS, Ruckus Wireless’ parent company, last year. Trials of the new technology are underway, and the FCC is expected to approve initial commercial deployments later this year.

“We are eager to design, deploy and maintain CBRS LTE solutions as part of our lineup of indoor wireless solutions,” said Christopher Lange, president and CEO of Intenna Systems. “Our expanded portfolio allows us to provide building owners and property managers with ubiquitous cellular coverage and mission-critical connectivity by utilizing Ruckus Wireless CBRS access points in conjunction with CommScope’s ERA platform. Not only will the new technology facilitate decongestion of over utilized bands, it’s cloud-based support services facilitate rapid deployment for a wide variety of use cases that are applicable in the enterprise today.”

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