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Released: June 20, 2014
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PUBLIC NOTICE

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

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Released: June 20, 2014

Report No. 457 EXPERIMENTAL ACTIONS

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

following experimental applications during the period from 5/1/14 to 5/31/14:

ACCIPITER RADAR CORPORATION

0207-EX-PL-2014

WH2XDS

New experimental to operate on 9.4 GHz to study bird collisions with windmills

Mobile: Northern Montana

ACCIPITER RADAR CORPORATION

0244-EX-PL-2014

WH2XEH

New experimental to operate on 9.4 GHz to study Eagle collision avoidance with wind turbines.

Fixed: St. Clair Shores (Macomb), MI

ADVANCED LANCASTER, LP

0057-EX-PL-2014

WH2XCB

New experimental to operate on 1575.42 MHz for testing radionavigation satellite service (RNSS)

equipment and systems

Fixed: Lititz (Lancaster), PA

ALTIOSTAR NETWORKS, INC

0260-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGK

New experimental to test LTE eNodeB systems

Fixed & Mobile: Tewksbury (Middlesex), MA

APPLEWHITE AERO

0034-EX-PL-2014

WH2XAF

New experimental to operate in 902 MHz and 2.4 GHz bands for UAV testing

Mobile: R-6701 NAS Whidbey Island, Lake Hancock, WA

ARTEMIS NETWORKS LLC

0328-EX-PL-2014

WH2XFK

New experimental to operate in 2000 - 2200 MHz for equipment testing

Fixed & Mobile: Counties of Santa Clara, San Mateo, San Francisco, CA

AVL TECHNOLOGIES

0011-EX-PL-2014

WH2XBN

New experimental to operate in 1500 – 2310, 2355 – 2500, 3400 – 6725, 7250 – 8400, 10700 –

15000, 17300 – 21200 and 27500 – 31000 MHz to use an antenna test range for satellite antennas

Fixed: Asheville (Buncombe), NC

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 0762-EX-PL-2013 WG2XZB

New experimental to operate in 1 – 10 MHzResearch to perform electromagnetic observations of

long distance effects of lightning.

Fixed: Melrose (Putnam), FL

BOEING COMPANY, THE

0318-EX-PL-2014

WH2XEC

New experimental to operate on spot frequencies between 88 MHz and 107 MHz to support testing

of a custom receiver box

Fixed: Middletown, DE

BOEING COMPANY, THE

0354-EX-PL-2014

WH2XEZ

New experimental to operate on spot frequencies between 149.80 and 198.00 MHz for testing of a

customer receiver box

Fixed: Middletown, DE

CANOPUS SYSTEMS - U.S.

0032-EX-PL-2014

WH2XCA

New experimental to operate on 400 MHz for Cubesat testing

Mobile: LEO SAT orbit, 610 km altitude, 97.8 deg incl.

CESSNA AIRCRAFT COMPANY

0136-EX-PL-2014

WH2XCK

New experimental to operate on 4.5 GHz for testing video system

Mobile: Within 150 kilometers of Wichita KS

COMMUTER AIR TECHNOLOGY

0231-EX-PL-2014

WH2XFS

New experimental to operate in 800 MHz, 900 MHz and 1.8 GHz bands for equipment testing for

military contract

Mobile: Inside confines of Camp Gruber, Muscoge, OK

COMMUTER AIR TECHNOLOGY

0250-EX-PL-2014

WH2XEL

New experimental to operate on 1.5 GHz and 1.6 GHz

for equipment testing for a military

contract

Mobile: Inside confines of Camp Gruber, Camp Gruber, OK

DYNETICS, INC.

0182-EX-PL-2014

WH2XCQ

New experimental to operate on 3 GHz to perform Radar testing and demonstration

Mobile: Nationwide Temporary Fixed Ground Demonstrations, throughout US

ENGILITY CORPORATION IN SUPPORT OF NIJ COMMUNICATIONS CENTER OF

EXCELLENCE

0320-EX-PL-2014

WH2XEB

New experimental to operate in 151.61875 - 151.96125, 462.5625 - 467.7125, 769.050 - 799.075 and

2412.00 - 2484.00, 4940.00 - 4990.00, 5150.00 - 5725.00 MHz to test and design of cognitive radio

and smart antennas

Mobile: District of Columbia, DC. Interior to the building in a labratory work area

INTELLITECH INDUSTRIES LLC, DBA LOOKOUT PORTABLE SECURITY, INC.

0279-EX-PL-2014

WH2XEX

New experimental to operate in 151 - 159 MHz and 451 - 467 MHz for equipment testing

Fixed: Kennesaw, GA

KYMETA CORPORATION

0278-EX-PL-2014

WH2XEU

New experimental to operate on 1575.42 MHz for testing radionavigation satellite service (RNSS)

equipment.

Fixed: Redmond (King), WA

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LIGHTSQUARED SUBSIDIARY LLC, DEBTOR-IN-POSSESSION

0228-EX-PL-2014

WH2XDX

New experimental to operate in 1626.5-1660 MHz for Access Terminal testing

Mobile: Nationwide, US

LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION

0083-EX-PL-2014

WH2XCH

New experimental to operate on 900 MHz and 2400 MHz

To test a small Unmanned Ground

Vehicle (UGV)

Mobile: Grand Prairie, TX

NORTHWESTERN CORPORATION 0275-EX-PL-2014

WH2XFH

New experimental to operate in 174-216 MHz for testing smart grid application in white space

spectrum

Fixed & Mobile: Old Faithful Subst. (Teton), WY

OCEUS NETWORKS

0399-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGE

New experimental to operate on 400 MHz for testing equipment for military contract

Fixed & Mobile: The Colony (Denton), TX

OCEUS NETWORKS

0401-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGF

New experimental to operate on 800 MHz for testing equipment for military contract

Fixed & Mobile: The Colony (Denton), TX

OCEUS NETWORKS

0404-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGH

New experimental to operate on 2 GHz for testing equipment for military contract

Fixed & Mobile: The Colony (Denton), TX

OCEUS NETWORKS

0406-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGJ

New experimental to operate in 824 – 894, 1710 – 1755, 1850 – 1990 and 2110 – 2155 MHz for

testing equipment for military contract

Fixed & Mobile: The Colony (Denton), TX

ORBITAL SCIENCES CORPORATION

0357-EX-PL-2013

WH2XFB

New experimental to operate on 1575 MHz to test a GPS rerad device

Fixed: Huntsville, AL

PENTASTAR AVIATION LLC

0374-EX-PL-2014

WH2XGC

New experimental to operate on 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz for testing T-ped devices on aircraft

Fixed: Waterford (Oakland), MI

QUALCOMM TECHNOLOGIES, INC0294-EX-PL-2014

WH2XDM

New experimental to operate on 28 GHz and 38 GHz to test point to point and non-line of site

Fixed: Bridgewater (Somerset), NJ

RAYTHEON IIS

0317-EX-PL-2014

WH2XEA

New experimental to operate in 4500-4700 MHz to test antenna and radio links

Mobile: Columbia Falls, MT

RAYTHEON INTEGRATED DEFENSE SYSTEM

0385-EX-PL-2014

WH2XFJ

New experimental to operate on 4900 MHz

for testing a mobile surveillance system

Mobile: New Mexico State University (Eddy), NM

SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY

0279-EX-PL-2013

WG2XVP

New experimental to operate on 437.29 MHz to test a CubeSat to improve the modeling of the

effects of space radiation on electronics

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Mobile: low-earth orbit 410x500km, 91 deg

TERMA A/S

0262-EX-PL-2014

WH2XDV

New experimental to operate in 17.10 - 17.30 GHz for testing scanter 1002 Radar

Fixed: Owego (Tioga), NY

AEROSPACE COPORATION, THE

0248-EX-PL-2014

WH2XED

New experimental to operate on 9.3 GHz for aircraft detection in the vicinity

Fixed: Los Angeles (Los Angeles), CA

TRUENORTH AVIONICS LLC

0339-EX-PL-2014

WH2XEF

New experimental to operate in 460 – 470 MHz, 921 – 960, 1710 – 1785, 1805 – 1880, 2110 – 2170

and 2500 – 2690 MHz for testing of an airborne GSM Picocell

Fixed: Annandale (Hunterdon), NJ

USU RESEARCH FOUNDATION

0312-EX-PL-2014

WH2XDZ

New experimental to operate on 14 GHz and 15 GHz to test UAS

Mobile: Logan, UT

WARD, ALBERT J., III

0149-EX-PL-2014

WH2XES

New experimental to operate in 465-478 kHz to engage in antenna, transmitter and receiver design

and testing.

Fixed: Allen (Collin), TX

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