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What is a private neutral host network and why do I need one?

Neutral host for events, venues

Private networks have been showcased as a key transformative technology for low-latency, high-speed networks in Industry 4.0 and other industrial applications ranging from warehousing, utilities/energy, and transportation. These deployments have made headlines, but have remained focused on custom deployments for industry specific use cases. One of the major challenges hindering the true growth of private […]

How 5G RedCap Can Help Accelerate and Simplify 5G Private Network Adoption

Delivering medium to high-speed reliable 5G connectivity for private 5G network devices, 5G Reduced Capability (RedCap) is a streamlined version of 5G New Radio (NR) that supports crucial features while reducing design complexity and cost. This article discusses the evolution of RedCap and explores major barriers to its adoption, from lower LTE price points to […]

What Are the Advantages of an integrated CBRS Domain Proxy?

CBRS Band Allocation

We recently sat down with Stephen Leotis, President & Co-Founder of MosoLabs, to discuss the advantages of a Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) domain proxy in private cellular networks. As this Q&A highlights, an integrated CBRS domain proxy can offer several key benefits over direct radio CBRS Spectrum Access System (SAS) communication, including centralized spectrum […]

How to Simplify Complex Private Cellular Network Deployments – Timing, Data, and Power

CBRS private cellular networks employ sophisticated time division duplexing (TDD) techniques to efficiently manage uplink and downlink communications on the same frequency band. Driven by the Precision Time Protocol (PTP), this process traditionally required a dedicated PTP Grandmaster appliance, PTP passthrough switch, and GPS antenna. Similarly, multiple Power over Ethernet (PoE++) injectors powered radio units […]