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Verizon views CBRS, C-band in ‘very different ways’

On Mar 3, 2020
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RT @malleven33: One's for capacity, the other's (more) for coverage: @verizon views CBRS, C-band in ‘very different ways’ https://t.co/PB5Blb1CWc #5G #midband #spectrum #FCC https://t.co/uEuKmgNfwI
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The Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band at 3.5 GHz and the C-band both represent opportunities for U.S. wireless carriers to get access to new mid-band spectrum for 5G, but Verizon SVP and CFO Matt Ellis said the company views these two in very different ways.

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RT @malleven33: One's for capacity, the other's (more) for coverage: @verizon views CBRS, C-band in ‘very different ways’ https://t.co/PB5Blb1CWc #5G #midband #spectrum #FCC https://t.co/uEuKmgNfwI
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Verizon views CBRS, C-band in ‘very different ways’

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