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Re: [802SEC] P1900.5.2 Method for Modeling Spectrum Consumption


My bad since I signed up for this a day or two ago. It may or may not be a .18 issue but that group, which I helped some years ago with some ITU-R inputs really doesn't seem to understand  that spectrum usage is a regulated "commodity".

This will be an item to be discussed in 802.18 in Hawaii.

Best regards,


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From: Pat (Patricia) Thaler
Sent: ‎7/‎1/‎2015 17:53
Subject: [802SEC] P1900.5.2 Method for Modeling Spectrum Consumption

There is a Sponsor ballot invitation open until 9 July for P1900.5.2 Method for Modeling Spectrum Consumption.


Since it seems related to our work and I haven’t seen mention of it here, I’m passing along the Scope and Purpose for those that might want to join.


Title: Method for Modeling Spectrum Consumption

you must enroll as a member of the ballot group by 09-Jul-2015, 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time.



The IEEE Communications Society Society/Method for Modeling Spectrum Consumption invites you to participate in the New Sponsor Ballot for:


Title: Method for Modeling Spectrum Consumption

Scope: This standard defines a vendor-independent generalized method for modeling spectrum consumption of any type of use of RF spectrum and the attendant computations for arbitrating the compatibility among models. The methods of modeling are chosen to support the development of tractable algorithms for determining the compatibility between models and for performing various spectrum management tasks that operate on a plurality of models. The modeling methods are exclusively focused on capturing spectrum use but are defined in a schema that can be joined with other schemata related to spectrum management.


Purpose: This standard defines an analytical framework of necessary modeling constructs which can be used to express the boundaries of spectrum consumption by any transmitting or receiving device. The standard documents a machine readable data exchange schema for the purpose of transferring these spectrum consumption models (SCM) between automated systems. This standard serves as a loose coupler for the spectrum management enterprise by providing all spectrum communities of interest a common way to express spectrum consumption. Further, the standard enables the creation of algorithms that can rapidly evaluate compatibility among

SCMs and quickly perform spectrum management tasks such as finding reuse opportunities or optimizing spectrum assignments to maximize spectrum utilization. To achieve this goal, the SCMs must be sufficient in that the algorithms can perform these functions using the models alone without dependence on external databases of system or environmental characteristics.




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