CommAgility 5G NR selected for DoD 5G project

September 20, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
CommAgility 5G NR selected for DoD 5G project
The goal of the Shared Spectrum Company project with the DoD is to develop technologies for 5G-enabled dynamic spectrum sharing.

Wireless Telecom Group has announced that Shared Spectrum Company (SSC), a leading innovator of spectrum intelligence software and systems, has selected 5G New Radio (NR) hardware and software from CommAgility for a US Department of Defense (DoD) project. CommAgility was selected because of its comprehensive software and hardware portfolio for 5G NR, which simplifies the development of 5G networks by providing integrated, flexible and customizable core software and Radio Access Network (RAN) elements.

Shared Spectrum is working on the National Spectrum Consortium project (NSC-20-2084), part of the DoD’s awards for 5G experimentation and testing. The goal of this project is to develop technologies for 5G-enabled dynamic spectrum sharing, which will provide more available spectrum for new system users, with minimal impact on legacy wireless systems.

“Dynamic spectrum sharing can deliver additional spectrum access, and SSC’s experience in this field ensures a reliable, robust solution,” said Mark McHenry, CEO at SSC. “We look forward to working closely with CommAgility and leveraging their expertise in 5G software and hardware to complete this exciting new project.”

“SSC is at the forefront of this technology, and we are confident our 5G NR will help them achieve new technological milestones,” said Edward Young, Senior Vice President and Managing Director at CommAgility.

Shared Spectrum is using the CommAgility 5G RAN software, with customizations to ensure seamless spectrum sharing. The suite of tools supplied include CommAgility’s SmallCellPHY-5G physical layer software, its SmallCellSTACK-5G protocol stack software, and its SmallCellCore-5G core software.

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