DoD Joint Spectrum Center Predator Drone Frequency Analysis Reports

The following reports from the Department of Defense’s Joint Spectrum Center were originally published in April 2010 by a small blog called DoD Leaks.  The blog published less than a dozen documents over a two month span and then ceased all activity.  The blog’s description states that it was created in response to Cryptome’s call for more publication of “for official use only” documents that are available in the public sphere.  These documents relate to frequency allocation and electromagnetic interference tests conducted in relation to datalinks used by Predator drones.

ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY ANALYSIS OF THE PREDATOR UAV LINE-OF-SIGHT DATA LINK TERMINAL WITH THE COMMUNICATIONS-ELECTRONICS ENVIRONMENT AT INDIAN SPRINGS AIR FORCE AUXILIARY FIELD November 2003 50 pages Download
PREDATOR UAV C-BAND DATA LINK EMC WITH 5-GHZ
CFR 47 PART 15 AND PART 90 DEVICES
November 2003 30 pages Download
COMMON DATA LINK EMC ANALYSIS September 2004 59 pages Download
INDIAN SPRINGS C-BAND LINE-OF-SIGHT FREQUENCY REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS January 2005 54 pages Download
C-BAND AND Ku-BAND UAV LINE-OF-SIGHT DATA LINK EMC ANALYSIS FOR TWO OPERATIONAL SCENARIOS October 2004 35 pages Download
PREDATOR UAV LINE-OF-SIGHT DATALINK TERMINAL RADIO FREQUENCY TEST REPORT September 2004 44 pages Download

 

2 comments for “DoD Joint Spectrum Center Predator Drone Frequency Analysis Reports

  1. rblasini
    April 12, 2012 at 6:21 pm

    Le

  2. A US Libertarian
    April 13, 2012 at 7:07 pm

    @rblasini: you mean, as to why the blog stopped publishing? Yeah you are probably right.

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