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Released: May 14, 2014
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Released: May 14, 2014

Report No. 455 EXPERIMENTAL ACTIONS

The Commission, by its Office of Engineering and Technology, Experimental Licensing Branch, granted the
following experimental applications during the period from 3/1/14 to 3/31/14:

ADC AUTOMOTIVE DISTANCE CONTROL SYSTEMS GMBH

0163-EX-PL-2014

WH2XCO

New experimental to operate on 24 GHz for equipment testing
Mobile: East Coast USA

AGCO CORPORATION

0021-EX-PL-2014

WH2XBR

New experimental to operate on 1227.60 MHz for testing radionavigation satellite service (RNSS)
equipment and systems
Fixed: Hesston (Harvey), KS

ARDUSAT INC

0787-EX-PL-2013

WG2XZS

New experimental to operate on 437 MHz for satellite communications
Mobile: Low Earth Orbit, 51.6 degree inclination, 400km altitude

BOEING COMPANY, THE

0710-EX-PL-2013

WH2XAD

New experimental to operate on spot frequencies between 108 and 117 MHz for testing IRF 400
Mobile: San Antonio (Bexar), TX

BOEING COMPANY, THE

0774-EX-PL-2013

WG2XZL

New experimental to operate on spot frequencies between 121.725 and 136.975 MHz To conduct
intra-system EMC testing on any HBC 300/350 aircraft
Fixed: Summit, DE

BOEING COMPANY, THE

0039-EX-PL-2014

WH2XAB

New experimental to operate on 2365 MHz for testing to support Boeing KC-46A EMD program
Fixed: Seattle (King), WA


CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY 0020-EX-PL-2014

WG2XZV

New experimental to operate on 900 MHz and 2 GHz for testing GSM equipment
Fixed & Mobile: City of Palo Alto (Santa Clara), CA

CHRISTIAN DIBENEDETTO 0123-EX-PL-2014

WH2XCC

New experimental to operate on 135 kHz for Amateur testing
Fixed: Leonardtown (St. Mary’s), MD

CISCO SYSTEMS INC 0161-EX-PL-2014

WH2XCN

New experimental to operate in various bands between 698 and 2689 MHz for lab testing equipment
Fixed: Cisco Sytems office, San Francisco, CA

DE NOVO GROUP

0157-EX-PL-2014

WH2XCM

New experimental to operate on 6.1 GHz for testing microwave antennas
Fixed: Manchester (Mendocino), CA

GOOGLE, INC.

0035-EX-PL-2014

WH2XCD

New experimental to operate in 76-77 GHz for demonstration and testing
Mobile: Nationwide

JARVINIAN WIRELESS INNOVATION FUND

0112-EX-PL-2014

WH2XBC

New experimental to operate in 2473 – 2495 MHz to determine the device performance requirements
of carrier grade terrestrial low power service.
Fixed: Southold (Suffolk), NY

KAHNE

0045-EX-PL-2014

WH2XBJ

New experimental to operate in 433.17 - 434.67 MHz to research physical and behavioral changes in
cattle
Mobile: Lexington, KY

KYMETA CORPORATION

0084-EX-PL-2014

WH2XBO

New experimental to operate in 29658.50 - 29660.50 MHz to test and design of satellite antenna in
Ka-Band
Fixed: Redmond (King), WA

LIVETV

0203-EX-PL-2013

WG2XOM

New experimental to operate in 2412 – 2462, 5250 - 5284.50, 5285.50 - 5299.50, 5300.50 - 5359.50,
5360.50 - 5379.50, 5360.50 - 5379.50 and 5380.50 - 5382.50 MHz to test Wi-Fi system on board on
a parked aircraft.
Mobile: Houston George Bush International Airport (IAH), Houston (Houston), TX

LOCIVA

0146-EX-PL-2014

WH2XBK

New experimental to operate in 1710 – 1755 and 2110 – 2155 MHz to test and demonstrate 4G LTE
Fixed & Mobile: Aberdeen Proving Grounds (Harford), MD; Ft Huachuca, AZ; Ft Dix, NJ

LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION

0075-EX-PL-2014

WH2XAT

New experimental to operate on 16 GHz to test satellite voice and data
Mobile: Moorestown, NJ


MICROSOFT CORPORATION

0060-EX-PL-2014

WH2XAV

New experimental to operate in 1980 – 1990 MHz and 2110 – 2130 MHz to test a wireless
technology
Mobile: Redmond, WA

NAVMAR APPLIED SCIENCES CORPORATION

0092-EX-PL-2014

WH2XBZ

New experimental to operate on 6.438, 6.505, 6.513 and 6.521 GHz for UAV testing
Mobile: Elgin (Comanche), OK

PILATUS BUSINESS AIRCRAFT, LTD

0159-EX-PL-2014

WH2XCP

New experimental to operate on 2.4 GHz for testing Tped equipment for aviation compliance
Mobile: Broomfield, CO

PUGET SOUND ENERGY, INC.

0141-EX-PL-2014

WH2XCL

New experimental to operate on 217 MHz for testing land mobile radios
Fixed: LaCrosse (Whitman), WA; Pomeroy (Garfield), WA; Waitsburg (Columbia), WA

RAYTHEON COMPANY

0065-EX-PL-2014

WH2XBL

New experimental to operate in 5150 – 5150, 5460 – 5590 and 5650 – 6000 MHz to test a radar
prototype system
Fixed: Tewksbury (Middlesex), MA

RAYTHEON IDS

0759-EX-PL-2013

WH2XBI

New experimental to operate in 8 – 11 GHz to validate radiated insertion loss test for hardware
requirements
Fixed: Andover (Essex), MA

RAYTHEON IDS

0132-EX-PL-2014

WH2XBF

New experimental to operate on 9410 MHz to test and demonstrate a low power wind radar
Fixed: Portsmouth (Newport), RI

RAYTHEON INTEGRATED DEFENSE SYSTEMS

0063-EX-PL-2014

WH2XAJ

New experimental to operate in 915 – 925 MHz to support highway tolling activities
Fixed: Triangle (Prince William), VA

RAYTHEON MISSILE SYSTEMS

0160-EX-PL-2014

WH2XBM

New experimental to operate in 15.71 - 17.10 GHz to test a radar system for seeker technology
Mobile: Tucson (Pima), AZ

RAYTHEON TECHNICAL SERVICES COMPANY

0068-EX-PL-2014

WH2XAQ

New experimental to operate in 9.30 - 9.50 GHz to design and demonstrate of an FLIR radar
Fixed: Indianapolis (Marion), IN

TOYON RESEARCH CORPORATION

0055-EX-PL-2014

WH2XBQ

New experimental to operate in 14.00 - 14.50 GHz to demonstrate the capabilities of a
distributed/scalable SATCOM OTM aperture system.
Mobile: Goleta (Santa Barbara), CA

TRELLISWARE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

0009-EX-PL-2014

WG2XZO

New experimental to operate in 1775 – 1815 and 2200 – 2250 MHz for testing MANET radio
equipment.
Mobile: San Diego, CA


UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH INSTITUTE
0016-EX-PL-2014

WH2XAW

New experimental to operate on 1575.42 MHz for testing radionavigation satellite service (RNSS)
equipment and systems
Fixed: Ann Arbor (Washtenaw), MI

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