Working Group Details
DYSPAN-P1900.5 - Policy Language and Architectures for Managing Cognitive Radio for Dynamic Spectrum Access Applications
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This standard defines a vendor-independent policy language for managing the functionality and behavior of dynamic spectrum access networks based on the language requirements defined in IEEE 1900.5, "Standard Policy Language Requirements and System Architectures for Dynamic Spectrum Access Systems".
P1900.5.2a - Standard Method for Modeling Spectrum Consumption Amendment Adding Spectrum Consumption Model Schema
This standard defines a vendor-independent generalized method for modeling spectrum consumption of any type of use of radio frequency (RF) spectrum and the attendant computations for arbitrating the compatibility among models. The methods of modeling are chosen to support the development of tractable algorithms for determining the compatibility between models and for performing various spectrum management tasks that operate on a plurality of models. The modeling methods are exclusively focused on capturing spectrum use but are defined in a schema that can be joined with other schemata related to spectrum management. This standard defines the data requirement for spectrum consumption models (SCMs). The data elements and their meaning are the critical parts of the modeling and may be expressed by any data schema if content and context are preserved.
This standard defines a vendor-independent set of architecture requirements, components and interfaces for managing the functionality and behavior of Dynamic Spectrum Access networks.
1900.5-2011 - IEEE Standard for Policy Language Requirements and System Architectures for Dynamic Spectrum Access Systems
This standard defines a vendor-independent set of policy-based control architectures and corresponding policy language requirements for managing the functionality and behavior of dynamic spectrum access networks.