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1525 Mobile Satellite L-Band Telemetry Space Research et al National Fixed/Mob Global Positioning Satellite Mobile Satellite L-Band Meteorological Aids/Meteorological Satellite U.S. Govt Fixed/Mobile PCS U.S. Govt Fixed/Mobile AWS-1 MSS Big LEO 1559 1610 1626.5 1660.5 1675 1710 1755 1850 26 April 30, 2013 FCW.COM If President Barack Obama s goal of repurposing 500 MHz of spectrum for commercial broadband use is to have any chance of success, some of that spectrum must come from the federal government. With industry and the Federal Com- munications Commission already working to tap alternative sources of this nite resource, the federal govern- ment and the Defense Department in particular face growing pressure to share the wealth. Much of the talk now is focused on how the govern- ment could be induced to move faster, and most of the ideas revolve around compensating agencies for relinquish- ing the spectrum. At the FCC, Democratic Com- missioner Jessica Rosenworcel has advocated giving agencies part of the proceeds that come from auctioning spectrum to the private sector. Similar- ly, the President s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology suggested developing some kind of spectrum cur- rency. And some lawmakers, including House Communications and Technol- ogy Subcommittee leaders Reps. Greg Walden (R-Ore.) and Anna Eshoo Much of the wireless spectrum coveted for next-generation broadband is currently used by federal agencies. The pressure to share --- or move --- is building. The search for more spectrum 1755-1850 MHZ BAND OVERVIEW • Fixed point-to-point microwave • Military tactical radio relay • Air combat training system • Precision-guided munitions • Law enforcement mobile video surveillance applications • High-resolution ( xed or transportable) video data links for surveillance • Tracking, telemetry and commanding for federal space systems • Air-to-ground telemetry • Land mobile robotic video functions (e.g., explosive ordnance disposal and hazardous material investigations and disposal) • Unmanned aerial systems, unmanned aerial vehicles and remotely piloted vehicles BY ELIZA KRIGMAN Source: Commerce Department
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