The Federal Communications Commission has announced Key Bridge Wireless as a certified spectrum access system administrator in the 3.55-3.7 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service band.
Key Bridge received the FCC certification after the commission’s wireless telecommunications bureau and the office of engineering and technology reviewed the company’s initial commercial deployment report in consultation with the Department of Defense and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, FCC said Tuesday.
The certification authorizes Key Bridge to make its spectrum access system available for commercial use for a term of five years and operate in the contiguous U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, Guam and Puerto Rico.
Jessica Rosenworcel, acting chairwoman of FCC, said the new certification brings the number of spectrum access database administrators supporting the CBRS 3.5 GHz band to six.
McLean, Virginia-based Key Bridge supplies spectrum administration and sharing systems and services to government, military and commercial customers.