Private Networks and CBRS

Solve business-critical challenges with your own LTE network.

Private LTE networks enable organizations to address communication challenges that only a dedicated, secure, ultra-high-quality network can reliably support. Critical use cases include:

  • Secure, wide-area, high-definition video surveillance
  • Critical communications for security and operations teams
  • Remote vehicle and equipment control
  • Automated guided vehicle (AGV) connectivity
  • Mobile point-of-sale (POS) and mobile kiosk connectivity
  • Mobile high-volume data transfer for imagery, video, and diagnostics
  • Mobile connectivity for utility, public safety and passenger transfer vehicles
  • Low-latency connectivity for industrial automation (industry 4.0)

These and other use cases are applicable to a wide variety of industries and environments, including: airports, hospitals, hotels, manufacturing, municipalities, ports, railyards, public venues and stadia, schools and universities.

To support these implementations, organizations can build their own private LTE network by leveraging the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band and drawing upon a rapidly growing ecosystem of CBRS-capable devices and endpoints.

The Ruckus CBRS LTE portfolio consists of access points (APs) and associated cloud services. It provides the necessary elements to operate a private LTE network.

With CommScope, deploying a private LTE network can be as simple as defining the coverage area, installing the Ruckus LTE APs, subscribing to needed cloud services and turning on the system.

Additional resources

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    Citizen Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) - The Most Important New Mobile Technology Today

    The FCC is finalizing a momentous piece of technology policy. The agency has set aside 150 MHz of wireless spectrum in the 3.5 GHz cellular band for citizens and companies to share as they see fit, rather than auctioning it off for billions to the highest bidder. Citizen Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) shared spectrum could change the course of wireless communications in the United States. And Ruckus Networks is leading the efforts to make this a reality.