2. 190(D), GUIDE TO ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT IN MILITARY OPERATIONS, is an UNCLASSIFIED publication developed for Allied use and, under the direction of the CCEB Principals.

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), science and research. Mazar has more than 45 years of experience in wireless communications and radio frequency management, working across broadcasting, mobile, … Spectrum supports-Government: public safety, infrastructure and services (utilities, weather reporting and forecasting, air traffic control, etc. -Private Industry: broadcasting, various wireless services, data monitoring, mobile and fixed broadband (Wi-Fi), “traditional” land mobile and microwave services, Bluetooth. Spectrum 101: An Introduction to Spectrum Management April 2004. 4.

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Section Page 1 Executive summary 4 2 Introduction and purpose 14 3 Future spectrum managem ent context 21 4 Our strategic approach and direction in managing spectrum 28 5 Our priorities for the next 10 years 44 6 … This publication provides doctrine for joint electromagnetic spectrum management operations organization, planni ng, preparation, execution, and assessment in support of joint operations. Purpose This publication has been prepared under the direction of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Why is Spectrum Management Important? David L. Portigal, The MITRE Corporation . Dr. John A. Stine, The MITRE Corporation. The operation of power transmission systems has never been more demanding.

Download PDF (3.51 MB) As the recent operations in Afghanistan and Iraq can attest, the DoD achieves much of its military capability from exploiting technology, especially information technology. It is promulgated for guidance, information, and use by the Armed Forces and other users of military communications facilities. Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers. The principal audience for ATP 6-02.70 is Army commanders, leaders and staffs at all levels, members of the Army profession and Department of Defense (DOD) contractors whose duties involve spectrum management operations. “Radio Spectrum Management: Policies, Regulations and Techniques” by Haim Mazar includes a foreword by François Rancy, director of the Radio Communication Bureau of the ITU, that praises the author for his extensive involvement in ITU activities. Ofcom Spectrum Management Strategy 2 Contents .