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The Potential For Accommodating Third Generation Mobile Systems in the 1710-1850 MHz Band National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA)

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1 The Potential For Accommodating Third Generation Mobile Systems in the MHz Band National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA) (March 30, 2001) FINAL REPORT

2 Presidents Memorandum (13 Oct 00) Principles –Cooperation –Technology neutral –Equitable user treatment –Pro-competitive Agency Direction –DoC … Plan … Report … Outreach –DoD & other Agencies … cooperate & participate –DoS … International Outreach –FCC … Outreach … Rule-making … Auction & Licensing Goals 20 Oct 00 Govt Plan 15 Nov 00 Interim Reports Jul 01 Spectrum Selection 30 Sep 02 Auction/ Licensing

3 DOC Responsibilities Mar 30, 01: FCC completes Final Report ( MHz) Mar 30, 01: Complete Final Report ( MHz) Jul 30, 01: Coordinate with FCC on Report & Order (Allocates spectrum for 3G) Jul - Dec 01: Coordinate with FCC on service rules if Govt spectrum is involved TBD: Provide marginal cost info as per reimbursement rules before auction (~Jun 02) Oct 20, 00: Prepare coordinated Government Plan Oct 20, 00 - Apr, 01: Implement a Government-to- industry outreach program Nov 15, 00: Complete Interim Report ( MHz)

4 FINAL REPORT Content Third Generation System Description Federal Use of MHz Band Approach for IMT-2000 Accommodation –Sharing Potential & Protection Areas –Band Sharing & Segmentation Options Cost Estimates for Relocation Includes DoD Report

5 Major Government Systems (Defense, Law Enforcement, Natural Resources Management, Air Traffic Control, Space Operations) FIXED Service Systems Tactical Radio Relay Systems (TRR) Air Combat Training Systems (ACTS) Satellite Control Networks (Space Ground Link System - SGLS) Tactical Control Links/Precision Guided Munitions (PGM) OTHER Systems (close combat communications, deployable emergency communications, combat ID systems, mobile tactical voice & data, robotic control functions and target scoring systems)

6 SHARING/SEGMENTATION OPTIONS 3G Mobile Stations Exclusive Fed Govt 3G Base Stations 1710 OPTION 3 OUT-OF-BAND PAIRING & FEDERAL MIGRATION Shared Short Term Excl Private Sector Long Term Exclusive Fed Govt 3G Mobile Stations 3G Base Stations & Above1710 OPTION 2 OUT-OF-BAND PAIRING Shared (Phase 1) (Phase 2) (Phase 3) 3G Base Stations 3G Mobile Stations Exclusive Fed Govt OPTION 1 IN-BAND PAIRING Shared 3G Base Stations 3G Mobile Stations Exclusive Fed Govt OPTION 1 IN-BAND PAIRING Shared

7 SHARING/SEGMENTATION OPTIONS & FEDERAL GOVT SYSTEMS 3G Base3G MobExcl Govt OPTION 1 Shared 3G MobExcl Govt3G Base OPTION 3 Shared Short Term & Above 3G Base OPTION 2 Shared (Ph2)(Ph3) Excl Govt 3G Mob (Ph1) Space Operations (20 ch) Tactical Radio Relay (TRR) (Every 1 MHz) ACMI/TACTS Other Systems Fixed Services (Every MHz) 16 Protected Sites (TRR, Aero Mob, & Fixed) 108 Safety of Life Microwave Sites 318 Federal Power Ops Microwave Sites Joint Tactical Combat Tng Systems (JTCTS) Air Combat Tng System (ACTS) FED GOVT SYS Up to 2690 Precision Guided Munitions

8 * OBRA93 Exempted or Protected Sites SHARING POSSIBILITIES & GOVERNMENT RELOCATION BANDS

9 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) FY Reimburse Federal Govt Agencies required to relocate or modify radio systems to accommodate private sector use of spectrum FY2000 (Surrender of spectrum in which DoD is a primary user) NTIA, in consultation with FCC, must identify & make available to DoD for its primary use, if necessary, an alternate band as a replacement for DoD spectrum surrendered Secys of Commerce & Defense and Chm of Joint Chiefs must jointly certify to certain Congressional committees that alternate bands provide comparable technical characteristics to restore essential military capability

10 Options versus Cost ($ in millions, FY02) * * Some system costs not available & not included

11 Conclusions 1. Sharing with 3G will be difficult 2. Spectrum for relocation of all Govt Systems is not available 3. Of the options considered, two (out-of-band pairing) have possibilities to accommodate 3G assuming NDAA conditions are met and continuity of govt operations is maintained 4. Vacating portions of MHz band could vary from 9 to 29 years assuming comparable spectrum is available 5. FCC/NTIA Final Reports are inputs to the on-going spectrum rule-making process

12 Click3G Wireless icon 3. Select Materials to Read/Download Presidents Memo The Plan CEA White Paper Govt Officials Statements Prior Briefings on 3G NTIA & DOD Interim & Final Reports FCC Interim & Final Reports FIND IT VIA INTERNET


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