spectrum management


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spectrum management

Planning, coordinating, and managing joint use of the electromagnetic spectrum through operational, engineering, and administrative procedures. The objective of spectrum management is to enable electronic systems to perform their functions in the intended environment without causing or suffering unacceptable interference. See also electromagnetic spectrum.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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He also served as the director of satellite and network systems, leading programs in strategic markets such as military and commercial satellite communications; electronic warfare (EW); radio frequency (RF) spectrum management; live, virtual and constructive networks; deployed tactical communications; and hardware/software integration.
The ASMG, which represents 22 Arabic countries, coordinates on issues related to spectrum management and the ITU's World Radiocommunication Conferences between Arab nations.
Commenting on the decision, the Arab Spectrum Management Group Chairman Eng.
The minister, who said that the equipment was worth nine million dollars, added that it would guarantee effective spectrum management in the country.
The sessions focused on national Spectrum management, spectrum harmonization, competition and Spectrum policy considerations, Internet of Things, maximizing the benefits of the release of the Digital Dividend for society, Spectrum and infrastructure sharing, and the increasing importance of Wi-Fi for mobile.
workshop and said that the training shall enable participants in learning about best practices regarding spectrum management.
Issues pertaining to spectrum management in the Philippines has been a hot topic for years now, and has become even more prominent now that the government is hell-bent on taking in a new player to challenge the two incumbents in the country's telecommunications sector.
Twenty-first century modern spectrum management tools have become a catch-all for spectrum-related acquisition and operational data.
Following the recent decision by Ofcom to implement TV white space (TVWS) regulations, enabling access to the unused parts of radio spectrum in the 470 to 790 MHz frequency band in the UK, the DSA, which champions spectrum sharing, believes that the next best alternative to license-exempting devices for access and shared spectrum is dynamic spectrum management. Dynamic spectrum management would allow for innovative sharing with different services across the sub-bands, ushering in considerable innovation.
The agreement will allow open new areas of cooperation between the two sides in the field of regulating the telecommunications sector in accordance with laws and regulations, in addition to cooperation in the field of spectrum management and allocation of new frequency bands to increase access and improve the quality of mobile internet service.
Jbour said the agreement will open new avenues of cooperation in the telecommunication sector, including spectrum management and improving mobile data services.

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