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Experimental Radio licenses from the files of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. Privately curated by .
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Experimental Radio Service Oct 7
WI2XWX issued to for 3 LEO satellites by to offer "unprecedented detection, analysis & mapping of wireless signals." Pathfinder system to lead to commercial service from up to 18 satellites. .
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Experimental Radio Service Oct 7
WN9XMC issued to AT&T for a 28 GHz 5G demonstration Nov. 1-30, 2018 at Georgia International Plaza, Atlanta. ….
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Julian Fernandez Oct 6
FossaSat-1, a pocketqube created to inspire & motivate a new generation of engineers. Creating a worldwide free open source LoRa IoT network and a future satellite hardware platform for students and individuals to use freely.
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Experimental Radio Service Oct 7
WJ2XPX issued to for sensor-equipped tires that communicate pressure & temp data at 433 MHz to receivers in taxis.
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 19
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 19
WM9XYG issued to for RF testing between its satellite launcher and 747 aircraft. .
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 19
WI2XLQ renewed to Brian Justin for communications with other Experimental Radio Service stations using early 1900s replica and vintage equipment. .
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 18
Massive SW transmission facility under construction in Maine, an upgrade to . Who's footing the bill? The answer may surprise you: . Interview with station founder
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 16
WN9XDN issued to to conduct high altitude mesh networking & wide-area surveillance tests over South Dakota using Artemis SlimSAR.
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 16
WN9XDO issued to for 15 GHz radars. Platform for pilotless passenger aircraft. FCC warned that license is "not an endorsement of [these] operations" & Xwing should not expect future automatic approval in this band. .
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 16
WN9XAT issued to for SAS-based Citizens Broadband Radio Service experiments in Deer Park (Babylon), NY. .
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Jessica Rosenworcel Aug 9
The does not have a seat on the National Space Council. It's a glaring omission because the agency's oversight of airwaves and licensing of satellite services plays an important role ensuring the viability of space for future generations. And now .
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 14
WK9XST issued to for testing maritime troposperic ducting applications in numerous bands from 200-1500 MHz. .
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 14
WN9XDL issued to for testing of Mobile Force Protection Phase 1 system to protect ground and maritime convoys against small drones. .
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 12
WN9XCR issued to to demonstrate new microwave technologies in terrestrial / subterranean exercises for the Rapid Reaction Technology Office Thunderstorm 18-2 Request for Information (RFI) in New York City. .
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 12
WH9XAD issued to for 926-928 MHz experiments with a "novel form of entertainment that has possible applications to public safety." Involves "silent opera" where audience hears performers though wireless headphones. .
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 12
WI2XOF issued to Subaru R&D for 5.85-5.925 GHz Dedicated Short Range Communications Service experiments and demonstrations. .
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Stephen Werner Aug 8
This past week Q-Track has been evaluating low frequency for an exciting new product. It is interesting to see the data collected for Q, inductance, gain and temperature stability. Even Litz wire is considered.
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 8
WM9XBD issued to to use manned aircraft transmitter at 2262 MHz to test ability of its Long Beach CA ground station to track satellite launch vehicles. .
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Experimental Radio Service Aug 8
WJ2XPJ issued to for testing in the 9.2 GHz band in CA and VA, at 31 kW, for the automated persistent detection, tracking and classification of people and vehicles. .
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