NSMA Presentations 2016

The following is a collection of various presentations given at the 2016 NSMA’s Annual Spectrum Management Conferences. The presentations are in pdf format.

Spectrum Management 2016 Presentations

  • Conference Introduction

    Conference Introduction

    Presented by David Meyer Comsearch 489 KB | Download
  • 2016 Spectrum Developments

    2016 Spectrum Developments

    Presented by Jonathan V. Cohen Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP 414 KB | Download
  • Antenna Near Field Power Density Public Safety Limits

    Presented by George Kizer Nokia 2 MB | Download
  • FCC IT Initiatives and Enhancements 2016

    FCC IT Initiatives and Enhancements 2016

    Presented by Dorothy Stifflemire FCC 2 MB | Download
  • Coordinate Accuracy ‐ Challenges & Solutions

    Presented by Jim Wolfson X‐DOT, Inc. 2 MB | Download
  • When Civility in Frequency Coordination Breaks Down: Chicago to NYC

    Presented by Mitchell Lazarus Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth 2 MB | Download
  • When Civility in Frequency Coordination Breaks Down: Escalating to the FCC

    Presented by Cheng‐yi Liu Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth 526 KB | Download
  • WRC Trends

    Presented by Julie N. Zoller U.S. State Department 228 KB | Download
  • 5G and mmWave Developments

    Presented by Joe Sandri FiberTower 6 MB | Download
  • 5.8 GHz Spectrum Developments

    5.8 GHz Spectrum Developments

    Presented by Doug Davies Nokia 685 KB | Download
  • NSMA Working Group 3 - Frequency Coordination and New Issues

    NSMA Working Group 3 – Frequency Coordination and New Issues

    Presented by Larrie Sutliff 2 MB | Download
  • Spectrum Management Activities at the FCC/OET

    Presented by Julius Knapp FCC Office of Engineering and Technology 3 MB | Download
  • 3550-3700 MHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service - Summary & Recent Developments

    3550-3700 MHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service – Summary & Recent Developments

    Presented by Dr. Andrew Clegg Google 2 MB | Download
  • TIA 45 ‐ Updates on Bulletin 10 Rewrite

    Presented by George Kizer 531 KB | Download