Institute for Telecommunication Sciences
the research laboratory of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration

Andrew Farrar

Abstract: The analysis technique developed and discussed in two earlier NTIA reports [Farrar, 1984; Farrar, 1983 was used in conjunction with the data obtained from a number of different countries to calculate the power–flux–density (pfd) levels in the 2 GHz band. The data included the characteristics of satellites in the space services and fixed service systems in the band. Sharing criteria with other services, such as mobile, are not addressed.

Keywords: pfd computer models; power-flux-density limits; satellite services in 2 GHz; sharing criteria near 2 GHz


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