Frequency Coordinator Accreditation
The SBE offers accreditation to volunteer SBE frequency coordinators to provide them the opportunity to be recognized as part of a standards-based, nationally recognized program of local voluntary broadcast-auxiliary frequency coordinators.
2GHz Coordination Tools
As the Society of Broadcast Engineers continues to develop its relationship with the Department of Defense as co-primary users of the 2025-2110 MHz spectrum, tools are being created to make it easier for both parties to coordinate and cohabitate in this congested band.
Each month, two files will be made available to assist with the effort. There are two types of files available.
PDF – Changes noted from the previous month’s release. These may include changes in the way the data is displayed in addition to changes to actual license data.
KML – A graphic display of known licenses cultivated from the FCC database and local coordinator provided data. This data can be viewed in Google Earth. Please report any discrepancies to email@example.com.
2GHz DoD/SBE Coordination Locations
Through the ongoing coordination and partnership with the DoD, the following sites have been coordinated for access to the 2025-2100 MHz band with allotted spectrum per the designated market area’s home channel plan. If you detect unknown interference in these areas, you’re asked to report it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The list is sorted alphabetically by state or territory.
|Fort Huachuca, AZ
Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, AZ
Yuma Proving Ground, AZ
Fort Irwin National Training Center, CA
Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA
Fort Carson, CO
Piñon Canyon Maneuver Site, CO
Eglin Air Force Base, FL
Fort Benning, GA
Fort Stewart, GA
Naval Base Guam
Marine Corps Base Hawaii
|Fort Campbell, KY
Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk, LA
White Sands Missile Range, NM
Fort Drum, NY
Bogue Field, NC
Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC
Fort Bragg, NC
Fort Bliss, TX
Fort Hood, TX
McGregor Range, TX
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA
Yakima Training Center, WA
- Free SBE produced software is available for use by qualified frequency coordinators.
To request a copy, contact the SBE National Office. A CD will be mailed to you.