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Released: August 8, 2014
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PUBLIC NOTICE

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

455 12TH STREET, S.W.

WASHINGTON, D.C. 20554

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Released: August 8, 2014

Report No. 458 EXPERIMENTAL ACTIONS

The Commission, by its Office of Engineering and Technology, Experimental Licensing Branch, granted the

following experimental applications during the period from 6/1/14 to 6/30/14:

AEROSPACE CORPORATION, THE 0311-EX-PL-2014

WH2XEY

New experimental to operate on 914.7 MHz for Satellite testing

Fixed & Mobile: El Segundo (Los Angeles), CA; San Luis Obispo (San Luis Obispo), CA; College

Station (Brazos), TX; Gainsville (Alachua), FL; Nongeostationary Space Orbit

APPAREO SYSTEMS, LLC

0400-EX-PL-2014

WH2XHM

433-434 MHz

New experimental to operate in 433-434 MHz for testing a Part 15 tag reader system

Fixed: Fargo (Cass), ND; Jackson (Jackson), MN; Heston (Harvey), KS

BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON ENGINEERING SERVICES, LLC

0366-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGV

New experimental to operate on 700 MHz for testing LTE

Fixed & Mobile: Linthicum (Anne Arundel), MD

C SPEED, LLC0390-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGD

New experimental to operate in 2900 – 3100 MHz for Radar testing

Fixed: Port Sanilac (Sanilac), MI

COMMUTER AIR TECHNOLOGY

0321-EX-PL-2014

WH2XFW

New experimental to operate in 884.80 - 930.20, 1742.20 - 1744.00 and 1837.20 - 1839.00 MHz for

testing equipment for the US military

Fixed: Vian (Muscogee), OK

COMMUTER AIR TECHNOLOGY

0322-EX-PL-2014

WH2XFX

New experimental to operate in 1532.50 - 1554.50 and 1634.00 - 1656.00 MHz for testing

equipment for the US military

Fixed: Vian (Sequoyah), OK

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FLUX RESEARCH GROUP -UNIVERSITY OF UTAH

0408-EX-PL-2014 WH2XFV

New experimental to operate in 1710.00 - 1770.00 and 2110.00 - 2170.00 MHz to research a

programmable end-to-end mobile network testbed

Mobile: Within the Merrill Engineering Building, Salt Lake City, UT

FUJITSU NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS

0423-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGM

New experimental to operate in 71.125 - 85.625 GHz for testing Fujitsu GX4000 E-Band radio

system

Fixed: Overland Park (Johnson), KS; Mountain View, CA

GOOGLE INC.0347-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGW

New experimental to operate in 1745-1755 MHz and 2145-2155 MHz to test communications.

Mobile Carlin, NV: max altitude 65,000 ft.

HIGHER GROUND LLC

0443-EX-PL-2014

WH2XHP

New experimental to operate in 5925-5930 MHz, 5935-5945 MHz, 5955-5965 MHz, 5975-5985

MHz and 5995-6005 MHz to test and develop new prototype user terminals that attach to existing

smartphones for the provision of satellite-based text messaging

Mobile: Palo Alto, CA

INTELLISAW 0446-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGR

New experimental to operate on 400 MHz To test a radio system

Mobile: Within the State of MA

L-3 COMMUNICATIONS / RANDTRON ANTENNA SYSTEMS

0128-EX-PL-2014

WH2XFO

New experimental to operate in 50.00 - 73.00, 76.00 - 88.00 and 138.00 - 224.00 MHz to test and

evaluate broadband technology

Fixed: Half Moon Bay (San Mateo), CA

LOCIVA

0371-EX-PL-2014

WH2XFG

New experimental to operate on 1500 MHz and 1600 MHz for testing systems for military use

Fixed & Mobile: Aberdeen Proving Grounds (Harford), MD; Ft. Dix (Burlington), NJ

LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION

0392-EX-PL-2014

WH2XFM

New experimental to operate in 3-30 MHz To test antennas

Mobile: Moorestown, NJ

MOLITOR, LAWRENCE H.

0430-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGP

New experimental to operate on 400 kHz to test and design of antenna and transmitter

Fixed: Quincy (Grant), WA

NORTHROP GRUMMAN SYSTEMS CORPORATION 0114-EX-PL-2014

WH2XFE

New experimental to operate 2470-2490 MHz for development and test of equipment capable of

transmitting data from airborne sensor systems to ground base stations in support of investigation

and development of C4ISR for potential government defense applications

Mobile: Linthicum (Anne Arundel), MD altitude no higher than 18,000 feet MSL

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NORTHROP GRUMMAN SYSTEMS CORPORATION 0297-EX-PL-2014

WH2XFL

New experimental to operate on 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 12.5, 13, 13.5, 14, 14.5, 15, 15.5, 16, 16.5 and 17

GHz to demonstrate radio frequency electronic warfare technology

Mobile: Palm Bay, FL - Willow Brook Road Test Area

OCEUS NETWORKS

0403-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGG

New experimental to operate in 1755.00 - 1785.00 and 1805.00 - 1850.00 MHz for equipment

testing

Fixed & Mobile: The Colony (Denton), TX

OCEUS NETWORKS

0405-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGI

New experimental to operate in 891.50 - 915.00 and 925.00 - 960.00 MHz for testing cellular

equipment for military contract

Fixed & Mobile: The Colony (Denton), TX

OSU-UNIVERSITY MULTISPECTRAL LABORATORIES, LLC 0383-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGA

New experimental to operate in 1500 MHz and 1600 MHz bands for testing systems for military use

Fixed: Newkirk (Kay), OK

RAYTHEON INTEGRATED DEFENCE SYSTEMS 0295-EX-PL-2014

WH2XDNTo

New experimental to operate in 905.00 - 925.00 MHz to test a prototype radar system

Fixed: Portsmouth (Newport), RI

RAYTHEON INTEGRATED DEFENSE SYSTEM

0395-EX-PL-2014

WH2XFN

New experimental to operate on10 GHz For research and demonstration of a mobile surveillance

radar system

Mobile: McKinney, TX

SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT CORPORATION

0470-EX-PL-2013

WG2XTQ

New experimental to operate on 1030 MHz to operate a WTB developmental license

Fixed: Shelton, CT

SOFTRONICS LTD

0212-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGX

New experimental to operate on 29.701 MHz and 29.8 MHz to test a long-range, line-of-sight animal

health and location telemetry tag.

Mobile: Within the State of Iowa

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