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Private wireless networks are ideal for scenarios where security, control, and reliability (mobile coverage, higher throughput, lower latency) are paramount.  Based on these benefits, the number of private wireless deployments is on the rise. In the United States, CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service) was created to support various wireless applications including private wireless networks. Coordination and access functions for CBRS are managed by Spectrum Access Systems (SAS). The SAS grant process utilizes outdated information and static propagation models to determine spectrum access and allocations.


DGS has partnered with the OnGo Alliance to optimize the allocation process by providing RF Environmental Awareness enabling access based on actual, real-time spectrum measurements. Additionally, DGS RF Environmental Awareness can optimize deployment efficiency by decreasing the number of private wireless access points required, driving down capital expenditure, and assisting sustainability efforts.

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