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​The E3 Program Review page has been created. Please follow this link to learn about the most up-to-date Program Review information.

https://shortcut.dau.edu/cop/e3_E3PR


  
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The Defense Spectrum Office has sponsored , the Spectrum and Electromagnetic (EM) Compliance Special Interest Area on the DAU's Acquisition Community Connection (ACC) portal for many years.  This Community serves as a platform to connect Spectrum and E3 Compliance practitioners from across multiple career fields, offering them a chance to talk, share, and acquire knowledge about key Spectrum and E3 topics.  While you can still browse the material without becoming a member, by becoming a member, you can directly interact with the community in several ways.  

The details of this three step registration process are:

1.     Go to "How do I obtain a DAU account?" https://www.dau.edu/faq/Pages/Login-Issues-CAC.aspx  and select "Login Overview".  Look for "How do I Obtain a DAU Account?".  Read the section "Community Resources (ACC/DAP/AAP/ACQuipedia):"

If you do not already have an account, you must use a DD2875 SAAR form to create one, unless you are a member of the Defense Acquisition Workforce. Use "Access to the ACC Communities of Practice" and your reason for the request.

If you are a member of the Defense Acquisition Workforce, you could register for a course through your organizations Training Application System (TAS). This is the first option on the FAQ Page under Virtual Campus.  

2.     Once your account is created, automated emails should be sent to you saying it has been created and next steps. You will then need to go to DAU's identity management site. https://identity.dau.edu.  There you will setup you password and reset password challenge questions to allow for self-service password resets going forward.

3.     Once the account is all set up, go to the Spectrum and EM Compliance CoP at https://www.dau.edu/cop/e3 and click the blue Join button.  All done!

Bottom line...you must have a DAU account to become a Spectrum and E3 Compliance CoP member, and then you have full access to the benefits of CoP membership.


  
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Posted : January 21, 2008



"Within five years, the Army may have too little radio spectrum to allow its next-generation, networked force to work as it is being designed to work, the service’s outgoing procurement chief said."



  
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​https://www.iec.ch/emc/emc_news/

  
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​The Joint Staff, Strategy, Capabilities and Analysis Branch J-8, Force Protection Division, in conjunction with the Joint Spectrum Center, has released Version 2.0 of the Department of Defense Guidebook for Electromagnetic Spectrum Survivability. A component of the System Survivability Key Performance Parameter (SS KPP).

To view or download click here:  https://www.dau.edu/cop/e3/DAU%20Sponsored%20Documents/Spectrum%20E3%20News%20Events/EMS%20Survivability%20Guidebook%20Ver%202.0%20Jul%202020.pdf?Web=1

  
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Published, December 17, 2020

To provide a comprehensive listing of available spectrum analysis and simulation tools in one location and reduce duplication of effort in software development, the Department of Navy Chief Information Officer Spectrum Team has compiled a comprehensive listing of products available across the Department of Defense. The "Electromagnetic Spectrum Management Support Tools" webpage listing includes capabilities, features, and points of contact, providing DoD spectrum workforce end-users with information regarding a wide range of Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) tools available to them. The tools listed can assist in effective EMS analysis and decision making, Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) mitigation modeling, Aggregate Interference (AI) modeling, and RF risk management.

https://www.doncio.navy.mil/ContentView.aspx?id=14219



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