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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) requesting comments on proposed rules for the operation of unmanned aerial systems in the 5030-5091 MHz band. The proposed rule grants unmanned aerial systems new rights to license in-band spectrum for secure communications.
Unmanned aerial systems currently operate using unlicensed or experimentally licensed frequencies in various bands. To increase the reliability of the next generation of advanced unmanned aerial systems, the proposed rule will allow fully licensed operation in the 5030-5091 MHz band, and will provide users with protections to protect their operations from harmful interference. Enable preventive and reactive procedures. Under the NPRM, the FCC specifically specified (1) the details of the band’s service rules, (2) how licensed users coexist with terrestrial systems and traditional unlicensed users, and (3) licensed We are asking for comments on how users communicate. Air traffic control and manned aircraft operating nearby.
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