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NIST: AI Tools Can Help Industry, Navy Better Manage Spectrum Sharing

The National Institute of Standards and Technology found that artificial intelligence-based tools could help commercial wireless providers and the U.S. Navy better manage radio frequency spectrum for communications. In a new paper issued Wednesday, NIST said demonstrations show that deep learning algorithms are working better than traditional tools to detect whether radars are operating or not, which allows commercial providers to better plan the allocation of 3.5 Gigahertz Band.

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DISA Org Seeks to Advance Spectrum Sharing Through Algorithms, Analytics, Data Visualization

A Defense Information Systems Agency organization has begun to explore novel spectrum sharing platforms designed to meet warfighters’ electromagnetic spectrum requirements. The Defense Spectrum Organization develops and deploys spectrum management technologies that work to facilitate the Defense Department’s access to EMS, DISA said Wednesday. DISA said algorithms, automation and data …

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NTIA Unveils New Tool to Meet Industry and Govt Spectrum Demands

The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has developed a new tool it designed to help meet demand for spectrum from industry and government agencies and potential future sharing scenarios. NTIA Chief of STaff Glenn Reynolds and Office of Spectrum Management Deputy Associate Administrator Peter Tenhula wrote in a blog post published Nov. 17 the agency’s Quantitative …

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DoD Electromagnetic Spectrum R&D Program Creates $500M Investment Portfolio

The Defense Spectrum Organization has helped build a 30-project investment portfolio worth approximately $500 million for the Defense Department‘s Spectrum Access Research and Development Program in efforts to minimize risks associated with electromagnetic spectrum access sharing. The Defense Information Systems Agency said Thursday the types of projects include technology developments, demonstrations, concept of operations and analysis. …

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DARPA Launches Competition on Machine-Learning Platforms for EM Spectrum Collaboration

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has unveiled a three-year competition that seeks to develop machine-learning platforms designed to allow civilian and military wireless devices to gain access to the electromagnetic spectrum. DARPA launched the Spectrum Collaboration Challenge at the two-day International Wireless Communications Expo that kicked off Wednesday in Las Vegas, …

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FCC, NTIA Search for Urban Location to Demo Spectrum-Sharing Model

The National Telecommunications and Information Administration and the Federal Communications Commission want to test how public and private organizations can share the same wireless spectrum, the Washington Post reported Tuesday. Nancy Scola writes the two agencies have issued a Federal Register notice that seeks public feedback on the proposed spectrum-sharing …

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