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Federal - Commercial Spectrum Data: Understanding Information Exchange Needs, Issues, and Approaches


Publication Category: Workshop Reports

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Pages: 22

About: As the Presidential Memorandum (Presidential Memorandum: Unleashing the Wireless Broadband Revolution; June 2010) established and the PCAST report (Report to the President: Realizing the Full Potential of Government-Held Spectrum to Spur Economic Growth;) confirmed, both economic growth and the strategic needs of the United States depend increasingly on access to wireless spectrum. Concurrently, the traditional approach of completely clearing a band of spectrum in order to reallocate it to another service has become economically infeasible. Acknowledging this, The PCAST report identified the spectrum access system, or SAS, to be a key enabler for moving from our legacy spectrum assignment system to a new spectrum sharing ecosystem. Key to building an SAS based ecosystem is the need for accurate, accessible, and secure user data; reluctance of stakeholders to share their data has been identified as a major impediment. WSRD Workshop VI: Federal - Commercial Spectrum Data: Understanding Information Exchange Needs, Issues, and Approaches was held in October, 2014, to identify the issues surrounding information exchange as it pertains to spectrum sharing, and to recommend appropriate R&D to mitigate them...

Key Words: attack; data; devices; enforcement; example; information; needed; obfuscation; operations; primary; protected; require; research; SAS; security; sharing; spectrum; systems; understanding; used; users; wireless; workshop; WSRD

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Metadata Updated: 8/1/2018