Mercury Networks | Demystifying The FCC’s New 3.65 Rules
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02 Jun Demystifying The FCC’s New 3.65 Rules

There has been a lot of talk about the FCC’s latest decision regarding the Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), also known as the 3.65 GHz band. As not only a manufacturer, but also an operator, we know the importance of fully understanding the FCC’s new regulations of the 3.65 GHz band and what it means for the WISP community now and in the future. Mercury Networks has put together a White Paper, breaking down the FCC’s ruling in detail. Not only do we talk about the new licensing system, but also the new equipment specifications required to operate in the 3.65 GHz band.

The FCC may be tightening the requirements for all specifications the 3.65 GHz band equipment, but at Mercury Networks, we got your back. Our carrier-class, high power, software defined equipment will be compatible with ALL FCC requirements! Designed for Operators, by Operators, check out our FCC White Paper below. For more information about our X4G solutions, check out our X4G PAGE.



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