January 1992 | NTIA Technical Memo TM-92-154
Accommodation of Broadcast Satellite (sound) and Mobile SatelliteServices in the 2300–2450 MHz Band
Cesar A. Filippi; Robert L. Hinkle; Karl B. Nebbia; Bradley J. Ramsey; Frank H. Sanders
Abstract: This report provides a feasibility assessment of accommodating the Broadcast Satellite (Sound) Service and a Mobile Satellite Service uplink in the 2300–2450 MHz range. The assessment is based upon measurements by the Institute for Telecommunication Sciences of microwave oven and radio environment characteristics. Projected characteristics of the proposed services are considered.
Keywords: broadcast satellite (sound); microwave ovens; WARC-92; Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) Equipment; mobile-satellite services (MSS)
For technical information concerning this report, contact:
Frank H. Sanders
Institute for Telecommunication Sciences
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Ed Drocella, Chief,
Spectrum Engineering and Analysis Division
Office of Spectrum Management
National Telecommunications and Information Administration
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