Joint Spectrum Acquisition and Management for the 21st Century
Cook, Jonathan P.
Wadsworth, Donald v.Z.
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Radio frequency (RF) spectrum is a limited, reusable resource. The next century's ownership of this resource, and the policies which guide it's usage, are being determined today. The spectrum requirements needed for the realization of Joint Vision 2010 are in direct competition with similar commercial needs worldwide. This thesis outlines the fundamental agencies, regulations and policies that govern the acquisition and management of the radio frequency (RF) spectrum. An understanding of Department of Defense (DoD), national, and international procedures for frequency management is critical to military acquisition professionals involved in the planning of future systems. This thesis will assist students and researchers at the Naval Postgraduate School in developing an understanding of spectrum management and acquisition policies as they relate to United States (US) joint military command, control and communications (C3) systems.
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