Below table is supposed serve as a reminder on how Wi-Fi and CBRS based LTE wireless differ in their fundamental approach to mobility, coverage, spectrum management and more.
For engineers who are experts in designing and deploying Wi-Fi networks, studying these differences will inform how they can influence co-existence of these two technologies in the same enterprise environment.
Quality of Service
CBRS and Wi-Fi: What’s More Reliable?
In the following episode of our Field Journal video playlist, we’re comparing CBRS and Wi-Fi to find out which technology offers higher degree of reliability for enterprise wireless. We have tried to answer questions like:
How does CBRS compare to Wi-Fi in terms of reliability and speed?
Does Wi-Fi scale as well as private LTE?
How is QoS handled differently in CBRS than in Wi-Fi?
CBRS and Wi-Fi: Which Has More Coverage?
In the next episode, we’re comparing CBRS and Wi-Fi to find out how each technology is designed to maximize wireless network coverage and capacity. We have tried to answer questions like:
What does CBRS offer that Wi-Fi doesn’t in terms of coverage?
Do both wireless technologies use the same amount of power?
How does OFDMA work, and why is it more efficient with CBRS LTE?
How can private LTE access points work to reduce wireless noise?
CBRS and Wi-Fi: How Does Each Handle Client Mobility?
Capabilities of these two technologies in handling client device mobility across access points within a wireless network are no exception. In this episode, we have tried to give answers to questions like:
How does infrastructure controlled mobility work for CBRS networks?
What are the methods used in Wi-Fi to support client based mobility decisions?
Which metrics are important to keep track of when comparing two technologies?
For a deeper dive into the operational principles of the CBRS spectrum and LTE / 5G wireless technology fundamentals, tune into the rest of our videos as part of our Field Journal playlist. To see Celona's CBRS LTE solution in action, pick one of our options for a product journey.