Frequency Spectrum Capacity (FSC)
Frequency spectrum refers to the range of electromagnetic waves capable of
carrying signals for point‐to‐point wireless communications. In a defined
area, the frequency spectrum is limited and increasing demand for frequency
bandwidth from commercial applications such as cellular phones, computer
networking, GPS units, and mobile radios, is in direct competition with the
capacity necessary for maintaining existing and future missions and
communications on installations.
There were no issues identified for Frequency Spectrum Capacity in this JLUS.