Posted on September 28, 2022 in ATSC News
Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), an international, Christian-based broadcast television network, is officially getting into the private wireless 5G networking game.
The company is currently putting together a new leadership team for its Trilogy 5G technology spinoff in order to use its ATSC 3.0 spectrum holdings for applications beyond broadcast TV. Specifically, TBN’s Trilogy 5G subsidiary is working to a build private wireless networking business that can use technologies like 5G and ATSC 3.0 inside of spectrum bands ranging from 600MHz to 3.5GHz CBRS to unlicensed 5GHz.
Parag Shah recently joined Trilogy 5G from Amdocs, where he worked on the company’s CBRS efforts. He said Trilogy is offering something unique – low-band, broadly available spectrum initially intended for broadcast TV – in the private wireless networking space.
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