美国防部发布最新三位一体5G样机研发要求(英文)

据c4isrnet网2020年4月2日报道,4月1日,美国家频谱联盟宣布,美国防部发布了第四个也是最后一个5G技术样机研发要求。新一代网络技术研发要求提出就犹他州希尔空军基地和试验训练靶场三位一体的5G样机开发征求工业界意见,分三类:5G网,网络改进,部署频谱共存与共享系统,具体要求包括:

  • 5G样机试验平台设计、构建和运营本地化、私有、全尺寸5G移动蜂窝网络,以评估5G网络对机载无线电系统的影响;
  • 5G 样机改型,以提高动态频谱共享和频谱共存能力;
  • 用于设计、制造、部署频谱共存与共享(SCS)  系统的5G样机,以演示可部署的SCS系统.

Pentagon announces final 5G prototype proposal

The Department of Defense released its fourth and final request for prototype proposals for 5G technology development on April 1, according to a news release from the National Spectrum Consortium.

In the request for the next-generation network, the DoD asks for industry input on a three-pronged 5G prototype project at Hill Air Force Base and Utah Test and Training Range, both in Utah. Like previous solicitations, the request is divided into three categories: the 5G network itself, enhancements to the network, and applications for a deployable spectrum-coexistence and -sharing system.

Here are the projects that the DoD wants, as described by the consortium:

  • 5G prototype test bed to design, construct and operate a localized, private, full-scale 5G mobile cellular network to evaluate the impact of the 5G network on airborne radio systems.
  • 5G prototype enhancements specifically to improve dynamic spectrum-sharing and spectrum coexistence capabilities.
  • 5G prototype applications to design, construct and deploy a spectrum coexistence and sharing (SCS) system to identify and demonstrate deployable SCS.

“This effort will demonstrate mid-band spectrum sharing critical to our national 5G plan. Sharing technology can bring spectrum to market while protecting and enhancing future military capabilities,” said Joseph Dyer, the National Spectrum Consortium’s chief strategy officer and a retired vice admiral. “We strongly encourage our members to collaborate and respond to these important RPPs to support innovation and make sure that the United States remains a global technology leader on 5G.”

The release follows a March 12 RPP for development of smart warehouses using 5G technology at the Marine Corps Logistics Base in Albany, Georgia.