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CBRS (Citizen Broadband Radio Service)

  As of April 2016, the U.S. FCC allows anyone to use the 3.5 GHz frequency previously used by the U.S. Navy as shared spectrum freely (public frequency) like Wi-Fi, enabling CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service)

services. Infinite new markets and opportunities are created by the opening of frequencies that have been previously monopolized by mobile carriers. 

FCC has limited the maximum output power of base station to be under 1W (CAT-A) and 50W (CAT-B) to avoid the interference to the legacy radar system, and thus CBRS network has to be deployed using Small Cells as main equipment.

  The use of new unlicensed and shared frequencies (CBRS, 3.5GHz) is permitted in the US market, which has the greatest demand for 4G/5G, ANY companies such as fixed cable operators/internet operators/private network will be able to provide LTE/5G services without the permission of the MNO(Mobile Network Operator) that has the exclusive right to use the spectrum or without paying a fee to government through the spectrum auction.

  Before unlicensed spectrum was allowed to use, it was impossible to enter the telecommunication business due to the huge investment cost required to deploy nationwide wireless network and license cost to use licensed spectrum(Frequency).

  CBRS is a band of radio-frequency spectrum from 3.5GHz to 3.7GHz that has been allocated in the US for not only traditional operators and cable companies, but also non-traditional players such as Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPs) and enterprises spanning the utility, energy, manufacturing and agricultural industries

  The business structure of the CBRS market has been reorganized into various markets as shown in the figure below.


EasyCell CBRS Solutions

The Distinctive Benefits of EasyCell Small Cell 

EasyCell Small Cell guarantees Quality of Service (QoS) for seamless streaming services and offers a Plug-and-Play feature for effortless installation and configuration of small cells.

Our service ensures uninterrupted performance even during peak traffic times with heavy usage spikes in voice and streaming. By allocating resources specifically for voice and streaming, EasyCell provide higher priority and superior quality of service compared to regular internet traffic.

This high QoS is achieved through advanced scheduling techniques. While common internet activities like browsing or downloading are managed on a best-effort basis, EasyCell prioritizes streaming and voice services to maintain top performance.

The plug-and-play feature of EasyCell’s product allows even non-technical users to install and operate the device easily by following the manual, thereby reducing installation costs and enhancing cost-effectiveness.

Our technology benefits from continuous improvements developed over extensive commercial use.

With our experience collaborating with leading telecommunications companies such as KT, TELSTRA, and US Charter/Google, EasyCell have encountered and resolved numerous exceptional cases, integrating these solutions into our product to ensure robust performance and reliability.

Optimized Efficiency and Performance (Outdoor Small Cell)

EasyCell Outdoor Small Cell offers exceptional outdoor performance, maximizing space and cost efficiencies while providing unparalleled flexibility in installation and scalability.

Utilizing cutting-edge technology, a small number of these cells can efficiently cover extensive areas. With its compact installation footprint, the EasyCell Outdoor Small Cell significantly reduces rental costs. As a high-output product within the Micro Cell category, it stands out by offering competitive performance with cost-effective antennas, minimizing capital expenditures (CAPEX).

The reduce space requirements also lead to lower installation and rental costs, substantially decreasing operational expenses (OPEX).


This combination of advanced technology and Competitive Installation Space highlights EasyCell Outdoor Small Cell's ability to optimize costs and space, making it a crucial asset in today’s communication equipment industry.

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