SPECTRUM XXI is a client/server, Window-based software system that provides frequency managers with a single information system to address spectrum management automation requirements. SPECTRUM XXI supports operational planning and management of the radio frequency spectrum with an emphasis on assigning compatible frequencies and performing spectrum engineering tasks. SPECTRUM XXI is the Joint standard system for spectrum management throughout the DoD. It has also been adopted by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) for processing frequency records for Federal agencies. SPECTRUM XXI was also provided to over 22 foreign nations through Foreign Military Sales (FMS) and these efforts have paid off with SPECTRUM XXI being used by all NATO International Security Assistance Forces spectrum management elements in the Afghan Area of Operations.
Value to Our Mission Partners
SPECTRUM XXI addresses the automated spectrum management requirements processes of the Combatant Commands, Joint Task Force, Services, and the sustaining-base elements. The resulting benefit is interference-free frequencies for the battlefield use while also ensuring that coordination of frequency assignments through national and host nation approval continues.