Enabling the Future of Wireless with CBRS

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02/14/2018 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Revolutionary changes in wireless technology are poised to remake the way we live, work and do business — transforming everything from broadband access, transportation and infrastructure to education, enterprise, and public safety. But this future relies on a limited resource: airwaves.

To accommodate our wireless future, it is vital the FCC preserve the 2015 rules established for the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) in the 3.5 GHz band. CBRS rules would allow spectrum licenses to be auctioned for short lengths of time over small areas, for the first time ever and as a result, an incredibly diverse array of businesses will be able to bid competitively for access to this invisible infrastructure. The changes the FCC is considering to the CBRS rules are putting this incredible wireless revolution at risk.


Louis Peraertz, FCC

Michael Fitzpatrick, General Electric

Jason Davila, Wave Wireless

Jeff Kohler, Rise Broadband

Tom Struble, R Street Institute

Drew FitzGerald, The Wall Street Journal (Moderator)

We invite you to join us for a well-rounded panel discussion on how CBRS enables our innovative, hyper-connected future and the risks that come with the FCC possibly changing the CBRS rules.

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1:00: Registration & Networking

1:15: Opening Remarks

1:30: Panel Discussion

2:20: Audience Q&A
This event is designed to be compliant with the Congressional ethics rules.



1:00 PM

3:00 PM



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