2 edition of Efficient use of the radio spectrum. found in the catalog.
Efficient use of the radio spectrum.
Kenneth Alva Norton
by [U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards] in Washington
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 28-36.
|LC Classifications||QC100 .U5753 no. 158|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 36, I 41 p.|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||62064727|
The inefficient use and scarcity of spectrum has demanded the adoption of a new paradigm in wireless communication where the available wireless spectrum is exploited opportunistically. The radio frequency spectrum is the range of frequencies from 3 kHz to GHz. The term radio spectrum typically refers to the full frequency range from 3 kHz to GHz that may be used for wireless communication. Increasing demand for services such as mobile telephones and many others has required changes in the philosophy of spectrum management.
Federal Communications Commission FCC 3 3. Cognitive radio technologies can be used to improve spectrum access and efficiency of spectrum use under at least four possible scenarios. First, a licensee can employ cognitive radio technologies internally within its own network to increase the efficiency of use. Radio Spectrum Policy Group Report on Improving Spectrum Efficiency & Utilisation in Frequency Bands Relevant to the Digital Dividend _____ 7 | Page Efficient spectrum use in a service-neutral context There is a trend towards convergence of services9 which has a particular implication for the concept of efficient use of Size: 1MB.
One of Ofcom's roles is to manage the radio spectrum so as to ensure that it is used in the most efficient and effective way for the benefit of the UK. Our statutory duties with regard to our spectrum functions are set out in the Wireless Telegraphy Act (WT Act) and the Communications Act These include having regard for availability and demand for spectrum, its efficient and. 5G New Radio: Key Features Higher Capacity and Coverage UE agnostic Massive MIMO and beamforming Low power consumption, less interference Lean carrier design Low latency, high efficiency Flexible frame structure Higher data rate with smooth migration Aggregation of LTE + 5G carriers Large data block support with low complecxity Advanced File Size: 2MB.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Norton, Kenneth Alva, Efficient use of the radio spectrum. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau. Efficient Use of the Spectrum Abstract: Demand for efficient operation of radio frequency (RF) devices with limited resources, such as energy and Efficient use of the radio spectrum.
book spectrum, is increasing as a variety of wireless applications quickly become more by: 7. This book presents the fundamentals of wireless communications and services, explaining in detail what RF spectrum management is, why it is important, which are the authorities regulating the use of spectrum, and how is it managed and enforced at the international, regional and national by: 5.
Efficient use of radio spectrum: the Administrative Incentive Pricing (AIP) approach. Purpose of the study. The purpose of this study is to offer an overview on spectrum management methods and to provide a detailed analysis of one of them, namely the Administrative Incentive Pricing (AIP).File Size: 1MB.
However, the radio spectrum is very limited, and therefore as wireless communications have become more and more widespread, problems related to spectrum scarcity have arisen. Radio spectrum, as the physical support for wireless communication, both for fixed applications and especially for mobile broadband, is becoming an extremely strategic Author: Ivan Marsa-Maestre, Takayuki Ito, Sofie Pollin, Alessandro Chiumento, Jose Manuel Gimenez-Guzman.
Efficient use of radio spectrum in wireless networks with channel separation between close stations. spectrum it has available to it. Radio spectrum is a scarce resource and the Executive recognises the importance of ensuring that it makes effective and efficient use.
EFFICIENT USE OF THE RADIO SPECTRUM BY RADAR STATIONS IN THE RADIODETERMINATION SERVICE (Questions ITU-R 35/8 and ITU-R /8) () Rec. ITU-R M Summary This Recommendation provides some of the methods that can be used to enhance spectrum efficiency of radar systems operating in radiodetermination bands.
Definition of spectrum use and efficiency of a radio system SM Series Spectrum management. ii Rec. ITU-R SM Foreword The role of the Radiocommunication Sector is to ensure the rational, equitable, efficient and economical use of the radio-frequency spectrum by all radiocommunication services, including satellite services, and carry out.
Bands. For broader coverage of this topic, see EM band. A radio band is a small contiguous section of the radio spectrum frequencies, in which channels are usually used or set aside for the same purpose.
To prevent interference and allow for efficient use of the radio spectrum, similar services are allocated in. Spectral efficiency = net data rate in bps / Channel Bandwidth in Hz For example, a system uses channel bandwidth as 2 MHz and it can support a raw data rate of say 15 Mbps, assuming 2 Mbps as overhead then net date rate will be as 13 Mpbs, then its spectrum efficient.
The topics are addressed by engineers, advocates and economists employed by national and international spectrum regulators. The book is a tool that will allow the international regional and national regulators to better manage the RF spectrum, and will help operators and suppliers of wireless communications to better understand their : Haim Mazar (Madjar).
This book presents the fundamentals of wireless communications and services, explaining in detail what RF spectrum management is, why it is important, which are the authorities regulating the use of spectrum, and how is it managed and enforced at the international, regional and national levels.
efficient use of radio spectrum. The ECC also works closely with European standards bodies, in particular the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), to produce telecommunications standards for manufacturers and service providers, to ensure that they make correct and conformant use of radio spectrum for different Size: KB.
The spectrum is divided into different frequency bands, and each band has been allocated for a specific application ranging from aeronautical and maritime communication to AM and FM radio stations.
Demand for wireless broadband has soared due to technological innovation, such as 3G and 4G mobile services, and the rapid growth of wireless. Exposure to electromagnetic fields and efficient use of radio spectrum FUB has been working on exposure to electromagnetic fields since many years.
The most significant experience is represented by National Plan for continuous electromagnetic field monitoring, which FUB has coordinated from to on behalf of the former Ministry of.
Efficient channel assignment algorithms using the minimum number of channels are provided for specific, but realistic, network topologies, including buses, rings, hexagonal grids, bidimensional grids, cellular grids, and complete binary trees.
Cognitive Radio refers to technologies that aim to select their frequency band by responding to the spectrum environment without causing unreasonable interference to it. Cognitive Radio networks are expected to make the overall use of spectrum more efficient, because they can balance the spectrum load that may temporarily and locally be fairly low.
Heikki Kokkinen, in TV White Space Communications and Networks, Introduction. Unused radio spectrum on terrestrial TV band (– MHz) is taken into a new use in TVWS (TV White Space) spectrum sharing. A TVWS geolocation database is an Internet service, which responds to TVWS device queries.
The response contains the radio resources, which are available in the device. This book describes the current tools for spectrum management with their fundamental technical and legal basis.
It outlines the global evolution of radio services in their different application domains and introduces the actors who contribute to the collective management of the spectrum. RSPG Report on Efficient Awards and Efficient Use of Spectrum 1.
Executive Summary This report has been prepared by the Radio Spectrum Policy Group (RSPG) to examine the issue of efficient awards and efficient use of spectrum bands harmonised for Electronic Communications Services1, as set out in the RSPG Work ProgrammeGiven the need for more efficient use of the radio spectrum, cognitive radio (CR) uses SDR technology while attempting to dynamically manage the radio spectrum.
A cognitive radio monitors locally the radio spectrum to determine regions that are not occupied by their assigned users and transmits in those bands. If the primary user of a frequency.Results of EMC and efficient use of radio spectrum tests The summary of results of electromagnetic compatibility tests of electrical and electronic apparatus, radio equipment and vehicles performed in accredited Apparatus and Equipment Electromagnetic Compatibility Control Division in