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Military

Field Manual
No 24-2

*FM 24-2
Headquarters
Department of the Army
Washington, DC, 21 August 1991

FM 24-2

Spectrum Management

Table of Contents


Preface

Chapter 1 - International Spectrum Management

1-1. Introduction

1-2. The ITU

1-3. The ITU Organization

1-4. The Department of State

Chapter 2 - National Spectrum Management

2-1. Introduction

2-2. The NTIA

2-3. The FCC

2-4. Office of Management and Budget

Chapter 3 - DOD Spectrum Management

3-1. Introduction

3-2. The DOD

3-3. Military Communications-Electronics Board

3-4. The Joint Frequency Panel

3-5. DOD Area Frequency Coordinators

3-6. Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis Center

3-7. Army Spectrum Management

3-8. Unified/Specified Commands, Treaty Organizations, and Other Foreign Areas

3-9. Electromagnetic Environmental Effects

Chapter 4 - Tactical Battlefield Spectrum Management

4-1. Introduction

4-2. Tactical BSM Problems

4-3. Importance of Spectrum Planning

4-4. BSM Functional Tasks

4-5. Spectrum Apportionment Tasks

4-6. Data Base Management

4-7. Interference Resolution

4-8. Spectrum Signature Assessment

4-9. Division BSM

4-10. Corps BSM

4-11. SOI and Spectrum Management

4-12. Corps Area Airspace

4-13. Corps Air Defense Artillery Operations

4-14. Military Intelligence Combat Electronic Warfare and Intelligence

4-15. EAC BSM

4-16. Unified Command BSM

4-17. Theater Army

4-18. Theater Signal Command (Army)

4-19. Automated BSM

Appendix A - Baseline BSM Tasks

Appendix B - Interference Charts

Appendix C - Procedure for Field Level Selection and Coordination of RF Use

Appendix D - Radio Emission Designator

Appendix E - Special-Purpose Frequencies

Appendix F - Requesting Spectrum Management Assistance

Appendix G - Selecting Frequencies for Radio Multichannel Systems

Appendix H - Hopset Construction

Appendix I - Station Classes

Appendix J - The Joint Restricted Frequency List

Glossary

References

Authorization Letter


DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

*This publication supersedes FM 24-2, 30 September 1987.



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