Serves as an accompanying document to a report published earlier this year
Washington,, September 23, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Wireless Innovation Forum (WInnForum) today announced a recommendation from its 6 GHz committee regarding the processing of missing data on existing systems in 6 GHz Automated Frequency Coordination (AFC) systems. This document, WINNF-RC-1010, is an accompanying document to WINNF-TR-1008, which is a summary of how to access and use data in the FCC Universal Licensing System (ULS).
The document provides recommendations for empty, uncollected, erroneous, or conflicting current ULS data
Approved and released by WInnForum membership, WINNF-RC-1010 provides recommendations to licensees and the FCC on empty, uncollected, erroneous, or conflicting valid ULS data. The discussion in this document is in the context of the US 6 GHz U-NII rules governing AFC systems and unlicensed devices (47 CFR, part 15 E), and the FCC report and order (18-295) in which they are adopted. the rules. It also provides recommendations to holders and the FCC on specific actions that could be taken.
The WInnForum 6 GHz Committee is also developing requirements for a 6 GHz AFC system that will address how to process blank, uncollected, erroneous or conflicting data in the Technical Specification “Operational and Functional Requirements for the US 6 GHz Band” (WINNF-TS-1014). .
Visit the Committee’s website at 6 GHz to see all the reports and recommendations so far: https://6ghz.wirelessinnovation.org/work-group-products.
The committee is open to representatives of all member organizations and trial members are available. Non-member observers and experts on the subject may also be invited to participate. To learn more about membership options or to apply for membership, please visit: https://www.wirelessinnovation.org/join.
About the Wireless Innovation Forum
Founded in 1996 and sponsored by Platinum Thales sponsor, The Wireless Innovation Forum (SDR Forum Version 2.0) is a mutually beneficial non-profit corporation dedicated to advocating for spectrum innovation and advancing radio technologies that support basic or critical communications. Worldwide. Members have extensive experience in software-defined radio (SDR), cognitive radio (CR) and dynamic spectrum access (DSA) technologies in various markets and at all levels of the wireless value chain to meet emerging wireless communication requirements. To learn more about the Wireless Innovation Forum, its meetings and membership benefits, visit www.WirelessInnovation.org.
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