Posted on

The Purdue Research Foundation (PRF), a private, nonprofit foundation established in 1930 to advance the land-grant mission of Purdue University, is one such organization that supports scientific research and technology commercialization. In 2021, PRF deployed a private cellular network using the CBRS shared spectrum at the Discovery Park District, a 400-acre site on the west edge of Purdue’s campus in Indiana. It has built a facility, a mini smart city, where industry can test network deployment strategies and discover new ways to benefit from a private cellular network.

The OnGo Alliance, on their OnGoings podcast, spoke with David Broecker, the Purdue Research Foundation’s (PRF) Chief Innovation and Collaboration Officer, to learn more about their network, the progress they have made since the launch, and their future plans.

Read the complete article here: