ECONOMIC IMPACT OF TELEMETRY AND ITS ESSENTIAL ROLE IN THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY
AuthorKahn, Carolyn A.
AffiliationThe MITRE Corporation
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AbstractThis paper shows the economic implications associated with the allocation of spectrum for aeronautical telemetry. It explores both the economic implications of aeronautical telemetry spectrum and its flight testing application. The overall importance of telemetry to the economy, including applications of telemetry beyond flight testing, is also examined. An understanding of the economic implications of telemetry is crucial to the consideration of World Radio Conference (WRC) 2007 Agenda Item 2.12 that is proposing the allocation of additional spectrum for wideband aeronautical telemetry in the 3-30 gigahertz (GHz) band.
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