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3.5 GHz Federal Incumbent Protection Algorithms

Published

Author(s)

Michael R. Souryal, Thao Nguyen, Nickolas J. LaSorte

Abstract

The current standardized algorithm for U.S. federal incumbent protection in the 3.5 GHz band is sub-optimum in that it moves more commercial transmissions out of the protected channel than necessary, in most cases. This paper proposes a more efficient algorithm that packs transmissions in the allowed interference budget jointly across incumbent receiver azimuths rather than independently, resulting in 7% to 40% fewer commercial transmissions affected.
Proceedings Title
IEEE International Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks
Conference Dates
October 22-25, 2018
Conference Location
Seoul, -1

Keywords

3.5 GHz, incumbent protection, interference, spectrum sharing
Created October 22, 2018, Updated November 7, 2018