Reseña del servicio de radio de banda ancha ciudadana

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Danilo Corral-De-Witt
Yessenia Bermeo Guerrero
Juan Carlos Cachimuel
José Luis Rojo-Álvarez
Kemal Tepe

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El presente artículo ofrece una reseña del Servicio de Radio de Banda Ancha Ciudadana (CBRS) y sus características. También describe el Sistema de acceso al espectro el cual permite que las bandas no utilizadas por los usuarios primarios sean ocupadas de forma inteligente por usuarios secundarios para optimizar el uso de este recurso. Como regla general, CBRS opera entre 3550 MHz y 3700 MHz para permitir la conectividad de los usuarios desde diferentes operadores en ubicaciones  de  alto  tráfico  mediante el uso de host neutrales, con el fin de minimizar  los costos de instalación y operación a los operadores del Servicio Móvil Avanzado. CBRS también funciona como una red LTE privada, la cual cuenta con  varias  ventajas con respecto a otras tecnologías de redes inalámbricas. Esta innovadora propuesta marca un hito en el cambio de la asignación fija del espectro de radio a un acceso dinámico controlado, lo que permite la conectividad a una amplia gama de dispositivos inalámbricos.

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