NTIA -National Telecommunications and Information Administration
LinkBox 2 – Airborne Transceiver
October 2020 – Troll’s SkyLink® – LinkBox II is certified Stage 4, Operational by the NTIA -National Telecommunications and Information Administration. A division of the US Department of Commerce, the NTIA’s review of Troll’s LinkBox II began more than a year ago and included the evaluation of Frequency Availability, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMI/EMC), and Service Priority for Radiocommunications (TSP-R). With regulatory assessments complete, and operational status authorized, commissioning of Troll Systems’ multi-band, multi-waveform LinkBox transceivers are currently underway.
NTIA Stage 4 certification ensures that:
Each system will neither cause nor receive harmful interference to or from other authorized users when placed in their intended operational environments.
An examination of the existing systems in specified frequency bands has been completed.
Compliance with the Emergency Planning Subcommittee (EPS), National Security and Emergency Planning (NSEP), Spectrum Planning Subcommittee (SPS) and the TSP-R (spectrum use priority) meets all federal requirements with the full participation from the FCC.
Review and assessment of the EMI/EMC and frequency availability for telecommunication systems, e.g. LinkBox II has been evaluated for environmental compliance by the SPS.
The SPS is supported by NTIA and ensures NTIA operational Stage 4 radio frequency system certifications:
Comply with prevailing standards and sharing criteria.
Predict the degree of EMI/EMC in the environment.
Utilize radio spectrum efficiently.
Consider system modification or alternatives to accommodate stations already operating in specified frequency bands. And, when necessary, offer technical solutions for systems that conflict with regional spectrum requirements.
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