April 27, 2020  - April 30, 2020

Join us for the CBRS Alliance April 2020 Annual Members Meeting on April 27-30, 2020 for a virtual !

Monday, April 27
Registration | 1:00PM-1:30PM ET
CBRS/OnGo 101 | 1:30PM-4:30PM ET

CBRS Alliance is pleased to present CBRS/OnGo 101, a session of presentations from CBRS and OnGo experts on a variety of topics everyone should know before deploying networks in B48. This event is open to CBRS Alliance members and their guests. Please contact admin@cbrsalliance.org for information on how to register.

  • Agenda
    – Welcome and Introductions
    – Latest Ecosystem News
    – Organizational Overview
    – SAS Admin Panel
    – Alliance Services
    – Specification Development
    – Q&A

Tuesday, April 28
Registration | 10:30AM-11:00AM ET
Industry Update Session | 11:00AM-1:00PM ET
Lunch Break | 1:00PM-2:00PM ET
***Business Working Group Meeting | 2:00PM-3:30PM ET
Networking Break | 3:30PM-4:00PM ET
***Business Working Group Meeting | 4:00PM-6:00PM ET
Evening Reception | 6:00PM-8:00PM ET

***Guests who wish to attend the Business Work Group session must contact admin@cbrsalliance.org for more information.

CBRS Alliance is happy to announce that Charles Cooper, Associate Administrator, Office of Spectrum Management, NTIA, will join us in Philadelphia to provide a synopsis of NTIA reports on the potential commercial opportunities in 3100-3550 MHz during the Industry Update Session on Tuesday, April 28.

Charles Cooper is Associate Administrator in NTIA’s Office of Spectrum Management. He leads the agency’s work on national and international spectrum policy issues, and oversees spectrum management efforts for federal agencies. He is responsible for frequency assignment and certification, and other strategic planning functions including development of innovation approaches to spectrum sharing.

Before joining the NTIA in July 2019, Cooper was the Enforcement Bureau Field Director at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) where he managed the nationwide enforcement of spectrum interference affecting public safety communications, FCC licensees and Federal agencies.  Before being appointed to the Field Director, Cooper was District Director of the FCC’s Los Angeles Field Office.  Earlier, Cooper served as senior engineer and partner with du Treil, Lundin, and Rackley, Inc., an engineering firm specializing in radio frequency coordination and design. Cooper is a recognized subject matter expert on engineering principles applicable to a wide mix of communications technologies. He is a member and two-term past president of the Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineers (AFCCE).

CBRS Alliance Members
For CBRS Alliance Members, please find the hotel room block link and registration information on Causeway here.

If you are not a CBRS Alliance member and are interested in attending the event, please contact admin@cbrsalliance.org for more information.