Evolving Spectrum-Sharing Regulation through Data-, Science-, and Technology-Driven Analysis and Decision-Making

Fully Virtual • June 13-16, 2022 (3 hours per day)

The goal for ISART 2022 was to chart a technical roadmap and gain consensus for specific data-, science-, and technology-driven means to evolve and expedite spectrum sharing analyses and decision making, and identify opportunities for continuous improvements and developments beyond the current linear spectrum sharing process. An abbreviated ISART 2022 Prequel was held in conjunction with the Office of Spectrum Management's annual Spectrum Policy Symposium to collect stakeholder feedback in preparation for a full ISART 2022.

To further assist in planning, following the Prequel ITS issued a call for input that described the background and concerns that led to defining the goal for 2022 and requested relevant abstracts, recent publications, articles, or papers. Respondents submitted many relevant citations and original papers; 32 citations and 15 original papers submitted in response to the call for input contributed substantively to shaping the final agenda and are cited in the Background Reference Bibliography.


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Monday, June 13, 2022

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Thursday, June 16, 2022