Mike Dano has some fascinating details on the Duke University, Dish networks, and Cisco neutral host network announcement from last week. Dish are allowing Duke to use some of their PAL licenses across the Airspan radios that will be used, and users will roam seamlessly between Dish’s public network and the Duke private network using the 3GPP MOCN standard. That’s an approach we hope to see more of in future, MOCN offers the simplest route to carrier integration with private cellular networks.
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The latest Netgear Nighthawk Mobile 5G hotspot is available on AT&T in the US. It supports CBRS on B48 and many of the Sub6 5G bands you’d expect but no mention of N48 sadly.