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CitationReinwald, C., & Wigent, M. (2021). Dynamic Spectrum Sharing in Future Flight Test Systems. International Telemetering Conference Proceedings, 56.
AbstractAs demand for aeronautical mobile telemetry (AMT) spectrum increases, future AMT flight test systems will need to incorporate dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS) technology. A DSS-capable flight test system will share spectrum with incumbent users on an opportunistic, non-interfering basis. The fundamental challenge is how to implement a DSS-capable flight test system in the designated AMT DSS bands in which the government is not the incumbent user. This paper provides a DSS overview and describes various DSS elements, including the incorporation of realtime spectrum sensing data, various geolocation information, and both static and dynamic incumbent user information. The Test Resource Management Center (TRMC) Adaptive Spectrum Aggregation and Management (ASAM) project is referenced as an example that focuses on different elements of a DSS-capable flight test system.