The theme of ISART 2016 is spectrum forensics, that is, spectrum measurements that support interference monitoring, investigation, and enforcement. As more and more spectrum users are pressed to operate in shared bands, effective spectrum sharing will require an entirely new legal and regulatory environment, as well as sophisticated technologies that can reliably thread the three parameters of time, frequency, and location to deliver acceptable service in shared bands without interfering with other users of the same or adjacent bands. Spectrum forensics will help build and maintain good fences to make good neighbors.
In the nature of a prequel, a tutorial will be offered August 1. The tutorial provides essential background for ISART participants who are not familiar with the FCC Enforcement Bureau’s criteria and process for both civil and criminal spectrum infringement investigations.
Engineers, mathematicians, and other participants interested in understanding the variety of techniques and added complexity of applying specific measurement and monitoring techniques to spectrum sharing analyses will particularly enjoy ISART 2016.
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