Electronics Board as well as such other Department of Defense
The following panels have been established:
Frequency; Equipment and Standardization; Methods and Procedures;
Communications Security; Aids to Navigation; Electronic Warfare;
Publications, and Plans and Policies.
All panels play some role in
spectrum management; however, this discussion is primarily limited to
the Joint Frequency Panel, which is directly concerned with spectrum
and frequency assignment functions.
d. The Joint Frequency Panel of the Military Communications-
Its membership consists of designated
individuals from The Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast
e. The mission of the Joint Frequency Panel is to review,
develop, coordinate and/or implement studies, reports, Department of
Defense positions and directives, and recommendations for the
frequency engineering and management, radio wave propagation, and
Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis Center.
Located in Annapolis, Maryland, Electromagnetic Compatibility
Analysis Center is a contractor-operated facility managed by military
and civil service personnel.
Each of the services provides a
military deputy director of Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis
Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis Center provides advice and
of Defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the military departments,
6 for the Joint Chiefs of Staff), are responsible for providing
policy guidance, assigning projects, and establishing project
priorities for Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis Center.
19. Defense Communications Agency.
a. The Defense Communications Agency was established in 1960 by
direction of the Secretary of Defense, with authority and control
delegated to the Joint Chiefs of Staff.