Airspan’s AirSpeed ​​2900 5G is the first to pass the Wireless Innovation Forum’s test case for better management of CBSD groups

The certification process represents a new approach in the development of ecosystems

WASHINGTON, April 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Wireless Innovation Forum (WInnForum) today announced that it has received a statement from Airspan Networks Inc., a subsidiary of Airspan Network Holdings Inc. (NYSE: MIMO), that its 5G AirSpeed ​​2900, working with Airspan domain proxy for CBRS operation, passed the WINnForum version 2 test case for enhanced CBRS group management. Airspan is the first company to pass a test case.

“We are proud to have reached another milestone as we continue to be an industry leader in CBRS and 5G innovation and accelerating ecosystem development,” said Eli Leizerovitz, Product Manager, Airspan. “This builds on a long legacy of technology innovation and leadership at Airspan, as we continue to focus on delivering innovative 5G and CBRS solutions and deployments for our customers and many strategic partners.”

A key part of WINnForum’s plan for its second version of the CBRS Core Standards is for members to support the ecosystem by self-certifying that their products fully meet the feature requirements as defined in the version 2 standards available here:

“Version 2 promotes new features, functions and capabilities in CBRS beyond what is required for regulatory compliance,” said the Spectrum Sharing Committee Co-Chair. Richard Bernhardt (WISPA). “SASs and CBSDs can then choose to implement these industry features to extend the capabilities of the CBRS ecosystem.”

“This elevates Airspan’s strong CBRS portfolio to go beyond regulatory compliance and enable features desired by operators and end users that make CBRS deployments more optimized and efficient,” added Leizerovitz.

Support features and Airspan’s statement regarding enhanced CBSD group management support can be found here: For a company to claim compliance, it must adhere to the policy established in WINNF-TS-4005.

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About the Wireless Innovation Forum
Established in 1996, the Wireless Innovation Forum (SDR Forum Version 2.0) is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to promoting spectrum innovation and advancing radio technologies that support essential or mission-critical communications in the whole world. Members bring extensive experience in Software Defined Radio (SDR), Cognitive Radio (CR) and Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA) technologies in various markets and at all levels of the wireless value chain to meet the emerging requirements for wireless communications. Forum projects are supported by platinum sponsor Thales.


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