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Interference analysis of the 806-960 MHz review - 2010

This is the analysis that was undertaken for the discussion paper in the review of the potential interference between services across different boundaries which was carried out in order to assess the technical feasibility of the changes.

The Interference analysis report analyses the potential interference between services across four frequency boundaries in the plan.

 

The Supplementary interference analysis report analyses the potential interference between 4 watt RFIDs into neighbouring cellular mobile and studio transmitter linking (STL) services.

 

The Interference analysis for 840 MHz interface (STLs into cellular BS) report analyses the potential interference situation of studio transmitter linking (STL) in the proposed band 841-851 MHz into cellular base station receivers in the band 825-840 MHz, with cdma2000 occupying the top 5 MHz and W-CDMA in the 830-835 MHz channel. Note that the next report analyses W-CDMA in the 835-840 MHz channel.

 

The Interference analysis for 840 MHz (STLs into W-CDMA BS) report analyses the potential interference situation of studio transmitter linking (STL), in the band above 840 MHz, on W-CDMA cellular base station receivers in the band below 840 MHz, with the W-CDMA receivers using the highest channel below 840 MHz.

 

The Interference analysis for 1 W SRDs in 900 MHz band report analyses the potential interference situation of 1 W SRDs, operating in the proposed 915-929 MHz band, co-channel into studio transmitter linking (STL) receivers in the band 915-921 MHz, and secondly 1 W SRDs into cellular base station receivers in the band 900-915 MHz.

 

Please note: In 2010 RSM was a part of the Ministry of Economic Development. Any references to Ministry in these documents, therefore relate to the former Ministry of Economic Development rather than the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
 

Last updated 9 December 2014