Spectrum Management Optimization and Deconfliction Enhancements (S-MODE)
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DOD / USAF
Despite the rapid development of innovations supporting advanced communications and other uses of the electromagnetic spectrum, comparatively little progress has been made in the technology base supporting the management and scheduling of limited spectrum resources. The proposed effort will break new ground in the domain of frequency scheduling and management by advancing the science and practical capability to measure and improve the efficiency of frequency scheduling. The key products of the Phase II effort include a set of frequency scheduling optimization methods, scheduling algorithm evaluation results, a collection of technology augmentation utilities targeted at addressing key voids in the Integrated Frequency Deconfliction System (IFDS) and integrated Network Enhanced Telemetry (iNET) solution architectures. The results of these efforts will be delivered in the form of a set of demonstration events and research reports. The proposed products and approach thus serve to complement Department of Defense (DoD) investments in related frequency management and mission scheduling support technologies. The proposed products and approach thus serve to complement Department of Defense (DoD) investments in related frequency management and mission scheduling support technologies. If awarded, the Phase II effort will provide a comprehensive capability enabling the DoD to more effectively define, analyze, and generate optimized frequency management strategies, both for advanced planning and real-time metrics adjustment.
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