AN INITIAL LOOK AT ADJACENT BAND INTERFERENCE BETWEEN AERONAUTICAL MOBILE TELEMETRY AND LONG-TERM EVOLUTION WIRELESS SERVICE
AffiliationAir Force Test Center
KeywordsAdjacent Channel Interference
Evolved Node B
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AbstractWith National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA) Advanced Wireless Services (AWS-3) auction of frequencies in the 1695-1710 MHz, 1755-1780MHz, and 2155- 2180MHz bands, users of the Aeronautical Mobile Telemetry (AMT) band from 1755- 1850MHz, known as Upper L-Band, could be greatly affected. This paper takes an initial look at how the 1755-1780MHz band will be used by the cellular carriers and presents some preliminary testing results of adjacent channel (band) interference that could be experienced by AMT users. This paper should be considered as the stepping off point for future interference discussions, required analysis, and further testing.
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