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An UH-60 Blackhawk flies multiple passes at different altitudes over the runway during a series of 5G avionics tests March 2, 2022, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. A 5G mobile test station was used during the testing as part of demonstration to implement 5G technologies without compromising the safety of military and civilian aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Senators express concerns about national spectrum strategy’s impact on DOD

“At this time, it would be counterproductive to initiate additional studies of the lower 3GHz Band,” members of Congress wrote in a letter to the White House.
A work crew prepares a 5G mobile test station for testing at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, Feb. 25, 2022. The mobile test station was used during a series of 5G avionics tests as part of demonstration to implement 5G technologies without compromising the safety of military and civilian aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by R. Nial Bradshaw)

Biden’s spectrum strategy calls for follow-on study of dynamic sharing between DOD, private sector

The White House's National Spectrum Strategy establishes near- and long-term guidance to modernize the United States’ spectrum policy.
An UH-60 Blackhawk flies multiple passes at different altitudes over the runway during a series of 5G avionics tests March 2, 2022, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. A 5G mobile test station was used during the testing as part of demonstration to implement 5G technologies without compromising the safety of military and civilian aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Tech experts push for O-RAN in military network modernization

The U.S. military is experimenting with open-radio access network capabilities and 5G.
An UH-60 Blackhawk flies multiple passes at different altitudes over the runway during a series of 5G avionics tests March 2, 2022, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. A 5G mobile test station was used during the testing as part of demonstration to implement 5G technologies without compromising the safety of military and civilian aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Cynthia Griggs)

Pentagon, telecom industry’s battle over spectrum symptomatic of a troubled system

The U.S. military uses a part of the mid-band spectrum to operate its radars, satellites, navigation systems and more. Now wireless companies want that same spectrum to…
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