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Defense spectrum organization december 2011

2011

1975

Defense Spectrum Organization Update

Defense Spectrum Organization

December 2011


Defense spectrum organization december 2011

Disclaimer

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The information provided in this briefing is for general information purposes only. It does not constitute a commitment on behalf of the United States Government to provide any of the capabilities, systems or equipment presented and in no way obligates the United States Government to enter into any future agreements with regard to the same. The information presented is for the purposes of presentation at the 2011 DoD Spectrum Workshop and may not be disseminated further without the express consent of the United States Government.

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Overview

Overview

  • DSO Vision and Mission

  • DSO Organizational Structure

  • Spectrum Challenges

  • “OUR” Future


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The Knack


Defense spectrum organization

Defense Spectrum Organization

Vision: Enabling information dominance through effective spectrum operations

Mission: Provide strategic electromagnetic spectrum planning, direct Combatant Command support, and enterprise capabilities and services to continuously enable effective global spectrum operations for joint warfighters, national level leaders and coalition partners

Our Goal is to be:A Center of Excellence for electromagnetic spectrum operations – embedded support, engineering/analysis, services/tools and the development of integrated spectrum plans and long-term strategies to address current and future needs for DoD spectrum access


Dso provides

International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

Worldradiocommunication Conferences (WRCs)

DSO provides:

  • Direct Combatant Command and Joint Task Force Support

  • Spectrum Advocacy - National and International electromagnetic spectrum planning

  • Enterprise capabilities and services - Enables effective global spectrum operations and information dominance

  • Engineering center of excellence – SME’s, experience and tools required to address the complex technical and operational issues associated with spectrum operations

Embedded Support

Engineering/SME Reach Back

United Nations

Supporting the Warfighter!

US Federal Government

SpectrumAdvocacy

Enterprise Services

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Dso organization

DSO Organization

DoD CIO/ ASD(NII)

DASD, Command, Control, Communications, Space and Spectrum

Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)

Defense Spectrum Organization (DSO)

Director: Stu Timerman (SES)

Spec Advisor: Nick Basciano (HQE)

Vice Director: John Hickey

Technical Dir.: Mike Williams

Operational

Guidance

Policy

Guidance

Joint Staff

J8

Spectrum and Communications Policy

MILDEPS

COCOMS

Joint Spectrum Center (JSC)

COL B Schuck

Spectrum Enterprise Services (SES)

Mr. Bob Schneider

Strategic Planning Office (SPO)

Mr. Steve Molina

Business

Mgmt Office

Mr John Ennema

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DSO Campaign Plan

JSDR – Joint Spectrum Data Repository

JSIR-O – Joint Spectrum Interference Resolution On-line

NC-SDT – Net-Centric Spectrum Data Transformation

MCEB – Military Communications Electronic Board Pub 8

SSRA – Spectrum Supportability Risk Assessment

SXXIO – Spectrum XXI Online

DSMA – Defense Spectrum Management Architecture

DSA – Dynamic Spectrum Access

E3 – Electromagnetic Environmental Effects

GEMSIS – Global EM Spectrum Information System

HNSWDO – Host Nation Spectrum Worldwide Data On-line

JEMSO – Joint Electromagnetic Spectrum Management Operations


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EM Operating Environment

Greater BW

Requirements

J2/J3/J6

Responsibilities

Net-Centric Warfare - Higher bandwidths, Greater mobility, Greater agility, Higher tempo

Commercial

Satellite

UHF

SATCOM

AWACS

COCOM

Big Crow

Persistent

Surveillance

Sensors

Airborne Laser

EM Platform

Density

Compass Call

EA 6B

EW Systems

JSF

Accelerated

Modernization

Of Comms

UAS

Offensive Ops

AEA/EP

EA 6B

UAS

EA / UAS

DDG

ASCC

UAS

ES/R&SV

UAS

BLOS

Defensive Ops

AEA/EP

NAVY

Stability Ops

HPMV

BCT

Civilian-Cell

, Radio, TV,

LMR…

CREW

CREW

ES/R&SV

Manpad EP

Civil Support Ops

JFLCC

AHPM

JFACC/EWCC

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Dod spectrum availability trends us

DoD Spectrum Availability Trends – US

Gulf War

Decrease in Available Spectrum

  • Technology may help change the shape of these curves

  • Cognitive systems of systems

  • Dynamic Spectrum

  • Access (DSA)

  • Multiuser Detection (MUD)

  • Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO)

  • Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN)

  • Inter-cell interference coordination (ICIC)

  • Interference tolerance

WRC-92

OBRA93

WRC-95

  • Worldwide

  • demand for spectrum is increasing, DoD is losing spectrum access

BBA97

WRC-97

NBP

  • DoD spectrum requirements are increasing – some bands saturated

  • If no action…DoD capabilities will be reduced as more spectrum dependent

  • equipment operations are

  • restricted

Net-Centric

Operations

UAS

Increase in Warfighter Spectrum Requirements

Situational Awareness

Gulf War


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“Prime Real Estate”

Limited Spectrum for Mobile Broadband

DoD - RADAR, Data, Nav., Sensors, Satellite, Mobile……….

Current

Challenges

Best for mobile broadband (~300 MHz – 3.5 GHz)

Reflects from the sky

Reflects inside rooms

Penetrates buildings and some terrain features

Reflects from buildings

Follows Earth’s curvature

Travels in a straight line

Fades in the rain

1 MHz

10 MHz

100 MHz

1 GHz

10 GHz

75 meters

7.5 meters

7.5 cm

0.75 meters

7.5 mm

Opportunity Window: The best frequencies for mobile broadband are high enough that the antenna can be made conveniently compact yet not so high that signals will fail to penetrate buildings. This leaves a relatively narrow range of frequencies available for use (red band)

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Spectrum - Conflicting Requirements

DoD Use Below 40 GHz

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= Commercial interest


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Response: Net-Centric Spectrum

Management Vision

Today

Technology Enablers

Tomorrow

Effective Spectrum

Usage

Growing Spectrum Usage

Frequency

Long and

Manual Spectrum

Planning

Near Real-time &

Agile Spectrum

Access

Power

Space

Stove-pipes,

Not Interoperable

Radios & Networks

Sensing,

Reprogrammable,

Interoperable

Time

Signal

Structure

Static

Frequency Assignment

Adaptive

Spectrum Access

Fully utilize all dimensions:

frequency, time, space, signal, and power

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The integrated operational environment net centric warfare view

The IntegratedOperational EnvironmentNet-Centric Warfare View

Knowledge needs to be provided rapidly to get inside the enemy’s operational loop

The Global

Network Layer:


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Spectrum Common Operating Picture

(SCOP)

  • Spectrum Data Visualization

  • Web application to process and layer multiple spectrum-related data sets.

    • Assignment Data

    • Unit/Platform/Equipment Characteristics Data (Tuning Ranges, etc..)

    • Dynamic/Interactive Table of Allocations

    • Expected vs. Measured Spectrum

    • Statistical Data Presentation

  • Status

    • Projected IOC end of 2012

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Strategic Goal

Net-centric COP

Develop a Net-centric COP to support net-centric command and control and analysis capabilities and enterprise infrastructure processes enabling information dominance in direct support of the joint warfighter

Information Superiority - From the foxhole to the command authority


Summary

Summary

  • DoD is facing increasing complexity and mounting pressures to provide needed spectrum for operations

  • DSO is responding through

    • Stepped up operational support

    • Technology and innovation

    • Engagement in national and international policy forums

    • Supporting spectrum strategy initiatives

  • Development of new technologies will play a key role in future spectrum and net-centric operations – Apply proven technologies

  • Developing/evaluating technologies that integrate, synchronize and choreograph across the information domain – Information Superiority

Spectrum – When and Where Needed by the Warfighter


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Selected acronym list

Selected Acronym List

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Dod bands of interest to ntia

DOD Bands of Interest to NTIA


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