I have blogged previously about CBRS, and it’s safe to say that we’re big fans of the model here at ip.access. But what of its European counterpart, Licensed Shared Access (LSA)? ETSI has recently published the stage three specification, with the details of the protocols for the operation of LSA in the 2.3GHz band. Although the specification differs from CBRS in some technical details, and lacks a General Access layer for ad-hoc use, the principle of LSA is very similar. This publication completes the set of specifications that vendors need to get going – so good news right? Unfortunately, it...
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