The National Spectrum Consortium has developed three working groups that bring together the largest pool of scientists and engineers to focus on 5G, Spectrum Superiority, and Spectrum Regulatory.
Ken Riordan, principal architect for Nokia Federal, has been elected as a member of the National Spectrum Consortium’s executive committee, where he will serve as a representative for large, non-traditional companies.
Advanced Technology International (ATI), TechConnect, and three partner consortia today announced final contenders in the National Infrastructure Innovation Challenge who will compete this fall for $50,000 in prizes.
The National Spectrum Consortium, with support from the Department of Defense (DoD), recently announced the release of a “Call for Whitepapers” to their membership requesting feedback and ideas from industry and academia that could help accelerate the development, manufacturing, and testing of 5G Open Radio Access Network ("Open RAN") technologies in the United States. The central goal of this outreach is to help identify obstacles to emerging or existing companies in accelerating the commercialization of Open RAN in the U.S.
Joe Kochan is taking the job as executive director of the National Spectrum Consortium (NSC) at a time when building bridges between spectrum stakeholders is of utmost concern – and the Department of Defense (DoD) in a lot of ways is in the middle of it all.
Starting in 2021, the National Spectrum Consortium (NSC) launched working groups that serve as a collaborative platform between industry, academia, and government, to leverage expertise to inform national policy and commercial standards.
The Defense Department is slowly chipping away at 117 different tasks to implement the October 2020 Electromagnetic Spectrum Superiority Strategy.
The awards were made via an other transaction agreement (OTA) through the National Spectrum Consortium. DOD has increasingly used OTAs to rapidly buy and fund prototype development as well as fielding new technologies.
The National Spectrum Consortium has launched a new industry group to explore the use of mid-band spectrum available for commercial 5G with the Defense Department.
The contract, issued under DOD's Spectrum Access Research & Development Program through the National Spectrum Consortium, is worth up to $18 million over a three-year period.