RADIO SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT IN MODERN MILITARY ACTIONS
Keywords:radio spectrum management; UAS; radio communications; spatial frequency spectrum; 5G; CEMA.
Due to the continuous development of civil and military communications and information technology services, in an era of digitalization in which the need to allocate, allot or assign a much larger number of frequency bands is essential, it is necessary to adopt national and international rules and guidelines for sharing and efficiently managing the radio spectrum. The use of modern and/or emerging technologies involved in current or future military actions is dependent on the use of radio spectrum in an increasingly congested, contested and constrained electromagnetic operational environment.
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