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Spectrum Management Training
Spectrum Management is the art and science of managing the use of the radio spectrum in order to minimize interference and ensure radio spectrum is used to its most efficient extent and benefit for the public.
Radio spectrum is a limited resource that is rapidly approaching its limits. Demand for commercial spectrum to support broadband wireless communications has led the government to consider repurposing various radio frequencies, including the satellite communications bands next to GPS.
It should be noted that All useful regions of the radio frequency spectrum (9 kHz–300 GHz) are regulated. Worldwide, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), an entity within the United Nations, maintains a Table of Allocations to which most countries adhere, to a large extent.
The ITU has divided the world into three regions, each often having different radio rules and allocations. Each nation also has internal spectrum regulators who manage what is universally considered to be a sovereign asset within their own borders. Generally a Ministry of Telecommunications or similar organization fills this role.
The ITU is the venue in which deliberations are held to accommodate new types of telecommunications functions. World Radiocommunication Conferences (WRCs) are held every three or four years to consider changes to the Table of Allocations. Because this process takes several years to complete, spectrum for any new function (e.g., when satellites were first introduced in significant numbers in the 1970s) has to be planned for many years in advance.
In the United States, the authority to regulate spectrum use is split between two agencies: the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The operating rules of these agencies are extensive and are codified into law within Title 47 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations.
Spectrum Management Training Courses by Tonex
Tonex offers two courses in Spectrum Management:
Participants learn a wide range of material to familiarize those new to the spectrum management and frequency planning arena with the latest tools, techniques, methods, trends and issues related to spectrum and frequency planning.
Who Should Attend
Our Spectrum Management courses are designed for anyone who wants to gain advanced knowledge of how to use an effective and systematic approach to manage and monitor spectrum, from engineers, analysts, to program and project managers, and more.
How You Will Benefit
- Learn basics of spectrum management and spectrum monitoring
- Explain spectrum management and spectrum monitoring requirements
- Discover requirements for spectrum management, spectrum usage and occupancy, interference hunting, license monitoring, and spectrum monitoring
- Learn how spectrum allocations are distributed and used
- Describe requirements and needs to re-allocate spectrum to specific functions and capabilities
- Discover confronting current and future spectrum monitoring challenges
- Policy options for frequency planning spectrum management
- Technologies utilizing frequency planning, spectrum and their roles in the development priorities
- Efficient implementation of new technologies
- Emerging technologies and policy options
- Principles of Electromagnetic energy and RF
- Electromagnetic compatibility regulations.
- Principles of interference, electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
- Economic importance of electromagnetic compatibility
- Key optimization of frequency and spectrum assignment
- Formulation and solution of frequency assignment and spectrum management
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