The U.S. and other governments are moving to a spectrum-sharing model that is expected to generate over a trillion dollars in societal benefits and millions of new jobs. Early U.S. action in this area is seen as a way to promote U.S. technological leadership. 
The new spectrum-sharing paradigm contributes to an already existing need for spectrum agility in Naval radio frequency systems. It requires development of new technologies and will require new skill sets among wireless communications engineers.
This project will develop resources for hands-on education of students and mid-career Naval STEM professionals to equip them with knowledge and skills that will enable future innovations.
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