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P1900.6b - Standard for Spectrum Sensing Interfaces and Data Structures for Dynamic Spectrum Access and other Advanced Radio Communication Systems. Spectrum Database Interfaces Amendment

The purpose of this standard is to define spectrum sensing interfaces and data structures for dynamic spectrum access (DSA) and other advanced radio communications systems that will facilitate interoperability between independently developed devices and thus allow for separate evolution of spectrum sensors and other system functions. This amendment provides specifications to assist existing spectrum sharing systems based on spectrum databases through the use of IEEE 1900.6 distributed sensing systems. The intention is to enhance the information and capabilities of spectrum databases through the use of spectrum sensing information.This amendment adds procedures, protocols and message format specifications for the exchange of sensing related data, control data and configuration data between spectrum sensors and spectrum databases. In addition, it adds specifications for the exchange of sensing related data between the data archive and spectrum databases, and the cognitive engine and spectrum databases.
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