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The Spectrum Sharing Committee serves as a common industry and government standards body to support the development and advancement of spectrum sharing technologies based on the three-tier architecture proposed for the 3.55 GHz rulemaking activities. While the 3.55 GHz band is the main focus on the initial activities, the Wireless Innovation Forum aims to advance this technology for all applicable spectrum bands that can benefit from it.
This Committee is intended to facilitate the interpretation and implementation of FCC rulemaking to a level that allows industry and government parties to collaborate on implementation of a common, efficient, well functioning ecosystem around this technology.
The main activities that conducted in the committee include:
The Coordinating Committee on International SCA Standards supports the harmonization of SCA based standards at the international level for the mutual benefits of all stakeholders to include:
Management and oversight of this committee is provided by a Steering Group working in collaboration with an Advisory Council.
The role of the Committee on Spectrum Innovation is to advocate for the innovative utilization of spectrum, and advancing radio technologies that support essential or critical communications:
Management and oversight of this committee is provided by a Steering Group working in collaboration with a Regulatory Advisory Committee. The Steering Group is comprised of the Forum’s Officers, and is responsible for drafting the Forum’s “Top 10 Most Wanted Wireless Innovations” list and setting the Forum’s “Advocacy Agenda” based on member input. These documents will be distributed to the members of the Forum for ballot following the Forum’s standard process.
Additional information on ongoing projects can be found in the Forum's Operations Plan.
Information on policies and procedures followed by these groups in developing reports, recommendations and specifications can be found here
A complete listing of the work products developed by these groups can be found in the Forum's Document Library