The promotion of spectrum sharing initiatives would create new opportunities for xG. The adoption of cognitive radio technologies, like xMax, could lead to a dramatic increase in spectrum efficiency, which would help ensure that consumer, commercial and government users of wireless systems will maintain unobstructed wireless connectivity in the face of skyrocketing demand.
The report sets a goal of expanding the development and use of new technologies in order to accomplish spectrum sharing effectively. It identified a number of technology trends that will enable more dynamic and flexible sharing of spectrum, including cognitive radios, dynamic spectrum access, and smart antennas. These are among the key components of xG’s innovative technology offering.
The report also pointed out that spectrum sharing brings challenges that require careful coordination between users to avoid harmful interference. The Company’s xMax cognitive radio system was designed to operate in challenging radio frequency environments and is able to automatically detect available channels in wireless spectrum, identify unused frequencies, and if necessary, automatically switch to those frequencies to transmit or receive signals.
The press release can be viewed at this link.
The link to the PCAST report can be viewed at this link.
xG Technology, Inc.