Dynamic Frequency Assignment and Management Technologies for Future Test and Evaluation Operations
AuthorPainter, Michael K.
Jones, Charles H.
AffiliationKnowledge Based Systems, Inc.
Edwards Air Force Base
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AbstractThere is growing concern that the U.S. military can no longer meet its domestic and international spectrum needs. Demand for this resource is growing at an exponential pace, both within the Department of Defense (DoD) and in the commercial sector (partly due to rapid growth in broadband wireless electronics). A microcosm of these challenges is evident in flight test operations, where there is a growing need for advanced spectrum assignment, frequency deconfliction, and scheduling optimization decision support capabilities. This paper describes research aimed at investigating how to optimize frequency scheduling, dynamic assignment, and real-time metrics adjustment to promote assured access to the electronic spectrum, including emerging technology developments to support that need.
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