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Preliminary Spectrum Relocation Options for Army Systems in the 1755 – 1850 MHz Band presented to the Army 1755 – 1850 MHz Spectrum Relocation Workshop. by Dennis Stewart ([email protected]) Army CIO/G-6, ASMO 1 February 2011. Outline. Conditions for Replacement Spectrum

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By dennis stewart dstewart@alionscience com army cio g 6 asmo 1 february 2011

Preliminary Spectrum Relocation Options forArmy Systems in the 1755 – 1850 MHz Bandpresented to theArmy 1755 – 1850 MHz Spectrum RelocationWorkshop

by

Dennis Stewart

([email protected])

Army CIO/G-6, ASMO

1 February 2011


Outline
Outline

  • Conditions for Replacement Spectrum

  • Characterizing Comparable Replacement Spectrum

  • Spectrum Relocation Options for Major Categories of Army Systems

  • Summary


Conditions for surrender of dod spectrum
Conditions* for Surrender of DoD Spectrum

  • NTIA, in consultation with the FCC, has identified and made available to the Department of Defense for its primary use, if necessary, an alternative band or bands of frequencies with comparable technical characteristics as a replacement

  • The Secretary of Commerce, the Secretary of Defense, and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff have jointly certified to the Committee on Armed Services and the Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation of the Senate; and the Committee on Armed Services and the Committee on Commerce of the House of Representatives, that the replacement band or bands of frequencies provides comparable technical characteristics to restore essential military capability that will be lost when the band of frequencies is surrendered.

*Source: Title X, Subpart G, Section 1062 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2000


Present frequency allocation of the 1755 1850 mhz band
Present Frequency Allocation of the1755-1850 MHz Band

  • NTIA Must Provide Comparable Spectrum to Allow Army and other Federal Agencies to Relocate to Alternate Spectrum Bands

  • Comparable Spectrum Means:

    • Equivalent Radiocommunications Service Allocation and Status

    • Similar Amount of Allocated Bandwidth

    • Suitable Technical and Operational Characteristics

      • Supports Equipment Design and Operational Constraints

      • Feasibility of Coexisting with Systems Currently in the Band

      • No loss of essential military capability

*Note: Primary service allocations are shown in all capital letters (i.e., FIXED)

Secondary service allocations are shown in initial capital letters (i.e., Fixed)


Review of army usage in the 1755 1850 mhz band
Review of Army Usage in the 1755-1850 MHz Band


Relocation options for fixed point to point microwave 1 of 2
Relocation Options for Fixed Point-to-Point Microwave (1 of 2)

*Proposed Bands Provided by NTIA via email to ASD/NII o/a 1 December 2010


Relocation options for fixed point to point microwave 2 of 2
Relocation Options for Fixed Point-to-Point Microwave (2 of 2)


Relocation options for tactical radio relay 1 of 2
Relocation Options for Tactical Radio Relay (1 of 2)

*ASMO addition to the list of potentially comparable spectrum provided by NTIA


Relocation options for tactical radio relay 2 of 2
Relocation Options for Tactical Radio Relay (2 of 2)


Relocation options for land mobile systems 1 of 3
Relocation Options for Land Mobile* Systems (1 of 3)

*UGVs, UXO Robots, JTRS WNW


Relocation options for land mobile systems 2 of 3
Relocation Options for Land Mobile Systems (2 of 3)


Relocation options for land mobile systems 3 of 3
Relocation Options for Land Mobile Systems (3 of 3)


Relocation options for air to ground telemetry systems 1 of 2
Relocation Options for Air-to-Ground Telemetry Systems* (1 of 2)

*Includes Air Combat Training Systems (ACTS), Precision Guided Munitions (PGMs)


Relocation options for air to ground telemetry systems 2 of 2
Relocation Options for Air-to-Ground Telemetry Systems (2 of 2)


Relocation options for uass uavs and rpvs 1 of 3
Relocation Options for UASs, UAVs, and RPVs (1 of 3)


Relocation options for uass uavs and rpvs 2 of 3
Relocation Options for UASs, UAVs, and RPVs (2 of 3)


Relocation options for uass uavs and rpvs 2 of 31
Relocation Options for UASs, UAVs, and RPVs (2 of 3)


Summary of comparably allocated suitable spectrum
Summary of Comparably-Allocated Suitable Spectrum

  • Fixed Point-to-Point Microwave

    • 7125-8500 MHz: 1200 MHz of Spectrum Allocated to FIXED

    • 4400-4940 MHz (Alternate): 540 MHz of Spectrum Allocated to FIXED

  • Tactical Radio Relay

    • 2200-2300 MHz: 100 MHz of Spectrum Allocated to FIXED

  • Land Mobile: UGVs, UXO Robots, JTRS WNW

    • 1350-1390 MHz: 40 MHz of Spectrum Allocated to MOBILE

    • 2200-2300 MHz: 90 MHz of Spectrum Allocated to MOBILE

  • Air-to-Ground Telemetry Systems, Air Combat Training Systems, Precision Guided Munitions

    • 1350-1390 MHz: 40 MHz of Spectrum Allocated to MOBILE

    • 2200-2290 MHz: 40 MHz of Spectrum Allocated to MOBILE

  • UASs, UAVs, and RPVs

    • 2200-2290 MHz: 90 MHz of Spectrum Allocated to MOBILE


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