Focus Area C: SAS Monitoring and Management of Spectrum Use

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  1. Need for better than ITU analysis for large system 3.5-3.7GHz deployments

    Thank you FCC Wireless and Technology for this 3.5 GHz SAS workshop. As noted by Chairman Tom Wheeler in his introduction the audience is large and the interest is great. The moderators and panelists were excellent and I was happy to meet and share cards with many of them.

    For incumbents doing Life and Safety services, services delivering critical real time combat support, moving real time rocket in-launch correction data, FAA air traffic control correction data, emergency communications and the like it is a challenge to educate newly created entrepreneurial RF environment neighbors. Years of experience, data collection and sophisticated…

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    • GAA tier coexistence concepts

      GAA spectrum coexistence and sharing is the key element that needs resolution as GAA is lowest priority tier and coexistence strategy of this tier will drive most complex requirements on devices and SAS.
      There are two types of coexistence : uncoordinated similar to WiFi that starts to show its limitations as spectrum becomes crowded . As a principle this concept doesn't really scale in multitier world as higher priority tier devices must be identified and protected . As opposed to DFS that allows identification of several specific patterns , in present case (PA multi-technology tier ) such undertake will drive…

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      • SAS management of diverse system spectrum use

        SAS management of the use of federal shared spectrum is required to protect incumbents, however additionally requiring the SAS to manage the coexistence of diverse systems within the band will make more productive use of the spectrum and enable a much higher degree of frequency reuse.

        The SAS is uniquely aware of all the users of a portion of the frequency band at a given location and time, and is therefore positioned to make short duration frequency access authorizations which respect exclusion zones and maximize the spectrum utilization across a heterogeneous system population.

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        • Providers should not be starved for capacity or have necessary capacity cut without warning

          One of the biggest potential problems with an SAS is that broadband providers -- especially WISPs -- who have committed to provide customers with a certain amount of bandwidth may no longer be able to do so when a new spectrum user enters the arena. Any SAS should ensure that no user is starved of bandwidth or denied spectrum in such a way as to cause him to be unable to fulfill reasonable service commitments. The system should also ensure that spectrum is not reserved and then left unused -- either due to simply wasteful behavior or as an anticompetitive…

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