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On Communication Reliability of General Authorized Access Device on Citizens Broadband Radio Service
<p> In 2015, the Federal Communications Commission approved the usage of the 3.55 GHz - 3.70 GHz (i.e., band~48) spectrum opportunistically for commercial purposes. Since then, the 150 MHz bandwidth, also known as the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), has attracted the attention of the leading telecommunication industries and the research communities. The CBRS spectrum has a hierarchical access architecture where the original owners of the CBRS spectrum, i.e., the incumbents, have thedoi:10.36227/techrxiv.19726015.v1 fatcat:ivpkdx2aufawliem3qkb7vhrw4