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National Spectrum Management

Handbook

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This Handbook describes the key elements of spectrum management: spectrum management fundamentals, spectrum planning, frequency assignment and licensing, spectrum monitoring, spectrum inspection and investigation, spectrum engineering, spectrum economics, automation of spectrum management activities and measures of spectrum utilization and spectrum utilization efficiency.

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Automation for spectrum management activites

When the amount of data is large and the requirements for analytical studies are complex and diverse, automation techniques become a necessity. Automation can also improve the implementation of limited analysis techniques and databases. Computer systems offer the means to store data in a readily retrievable form, to manipulate the data, to produce reports relating to the data and to perform analytical studies.

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