IEEE 1900.1 Working Group on
"Definitions and Concepts
for Dynamic Spectrum Access: Terminology
Relating to Emerging Wireless Networks,
System Functionality, and Spectrum
IEEE 1900.1 aims to standardize terms and definitions in the field of dynamic spectrum access and related technologies. It is hoped that through this effort a common understanding on such technologies will be achieved among interested stakeholders, therefore the prospects of these technologies will be further enhanced.
From February 2011 until December 2012 the 1900.1 Working Group worked on a new amendment project, IEEE 1900.1a, primarily aiming to incorporate updated terms and definitions from other IEEE 1900 Working Groups into the standard. This work, entitled "1900.1a:IEEE Standard Definitions and Concepts for Dynamic Spectrum Access: Terminology Relating to Emerging Wireless Networks, System Functionality, and Spectrum Management Amendment: Addition of New Terms and Associated Definitions" was published in January 2013 and is available here: http://standards.ieee.org/findstds/standard/1900.1a-2012.html.
Since January 2013 the IEEE 1900.1 Working Group has been concentrating on preparing a root-and-branch revision of the original baseline standard that was published in 2008. It is intended that this revision will provide an up-to-date viewpoint on the associated fast-moving technology areas. It is also intended that this revision will enhance the informative content detailing the relationship between the various concepts covered by the standard.
Should you wish to be involved in IEEE 1900.1, please contact the Chair and Secretary as listed at the end of this page.