Coordination with aeronautical radionavigation radar in the 2.7 GHz band

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HTZ warfare and ICS telecom introduce the Ofcom notice of coordination procedure required under spectrum access licences for the 2.6 GHz band

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When planning its network deployment, the 2.6 GHz licensee must check whether
the protection thresholds set out in this document would be exceeded as a result of
any proposed 2.6 GHz deployment. To do so, the 2.6 GHz licensee will need to
calculate the communications signal and the out of band noise at the relevant
Protected Radar location(s) (see section 4). If these calculations show that the
relevant threshold(s) will not be exceeded as a result of the planned deployment,
then deployment can go ahead. If the calculations show that the relevant threshold(s)
would be exceeded as a result of the planned deployment, the 2.6 GHz licensee may
consider adjusting the deployment.

 

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Final 2.6 Radar coordination procedure 27.02.13

2-3 & 3-4 technical Annexes_7-13

 

Features:

Frequency bands: 3410-3600 MHz and 2570-2690 MHz

Up to 200 000 LTE sectors per area

Up to 10 000 radars per project

Automatic switch between ITU-R 452-14 and ITU-R 525 (+6 dB)

Radar antenna discrimination (rotation – 0.1° precision)

Radar types: pre-remediation and post-remediation

Spurious

Modes:

– List of interferers per radar

– Power sum 1st conflict

– Power sum worst case

Export .CSV

Choice of propagation models

User inputs:

– Reference bandwidth

– OOB EIRP

– Max distance calculation

Ultra fast computing (parallelism and smart algorithm)

 

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Related feature:

LTE vs DTT

 

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