WInnComm 2021: Day One Special Edition

Today we have a special episode outlining the Day one of the Forum's virtual summit WInnComm 2021, featuring keynotes by Scott Patrick of the NTIA, Ira Keltz of the FCC and Col. Andrew P Martin of the USAF. In addition to the keynotes we have sessions on Software Defined Systems, the 3 GHz Band and Methods of Sharing. I will be speaking with Ken Dingman from L3Harris, Mark Gibson of Commscope, and John Glossner of Optimum Semiconductor Technologies about these sessions.


0:55 SDS Program Updates Overview with Ken Dingman
1:30 Overview of US and JTNC Updates
1:51 Exciting News! There will be a first time rollout of a new SCA 4.1 Test Suite; you won't want to miss this!
2:13 Final U.S. Update on exciting SOSA developments
2:43 Updates on Europe, including interaction between standards organizations, advancements in tactical radios and more
3:40 Who should attend? If you are interested in tactical comms across the world, learning about the leading programs and standards and their future, you'll want to be here for this session 30 November, 6am PT/9am ET
4:39 Overview of 3GHz Band Update with Mark Gibson
5:11 Auction overview and why there is so much interest in this spectrum (5G anyone?)
5:50 How will the spectrum be put to use for 5G, what are the encumbrances?
6:25 3100-3450 and future auction prep discussion
7:25 A bit on the panel and the issues around which there will be a "diversity of opinion" around licensing, different market areas, non-traditional wireless carrier interests and more
8:45 Who should attend? If you've been looking at this band and activity in it and want to glean info from the stakeholders on hurdles and more, this is the place!
9:50 Methods of Sharing overview with John Glossner
10:30 A bit on the joint effort by two of the Forum's committees (ATC and SSC) to produce these two documents (TR-1015, RC-1016) that provide much needed information coastal dynamic protection areas as it pertains to spectrum sharing and what happens to bands adjacent to CBRS bands and the effect on the ESC sensors near the DPAs?
12:15 So much broader that that and we will discuss the whole gamut as to what it means to share and all that is involved in that
12:45 Informing incumbent is another possibility other than sensing, looking at different ways of sharing with the pros and cons of each
13:40 Who is this for? Are you an operator thinking about CBRS wondering about various metrics that will affect you? Network deployers, government officials who want to learn about system interoperation, and more, will benefit greatly from this one.
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