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GSA Filing with the FCC on ESIM NPRM

Compatibility between Earth Stations in Motion Operating in the Frequency Range 28.35-28.6 GHz and Stations in the Mobile Service Operating in Adjacent Frequency Bands

This study provides an analysis of the potential interference from earth stations in motion (ESIM) operating in the frequency range 28.35-28.6 GHz into Mobile Service (MS) stations operating in adjacent frequency bands. Three types of ESIM are considered: air, sea, and land based. For the air case, two deployment scenarios are considered: an aircraft airborne (at 10, 5, or 1 km altitude) and the aircraft parked at the gate. Similarly for the sea case, the ship is either at sea (10, 5, or 1 km from the shore) or docked at the pier. Two deployment scenarios are also considered for the land case: ESIM on a road outside the dense urban area (called “Inter-city”) at 1 km and 50 m distances, and an ESIM within the dense urban area (called “Intra-city”) at a distance of 20 m.

©2017 GSA

Compatibility between Earth Stations in Motion Operating in the Frequency Range 28.35-28.6 GHz and Stations in the Mobile Service Operating in Adjacent Frequency Bands

This study provides an analysis of the potential interference from earth stations in motion (ESIM) operating in the frequency range 28.35-28.6 GHz into Mobile Service (MS) stations operating in adjacent frequency bands. Three types of ESIM are considered: air, sea, and land based. For the air case, two deployment scenarios are considered: an aircraft airborne (at 10, 5, or 1 km altitude) and the aircraft parked at the gate. Similarly for the sea case, the ship is either at sea (10, 5, or 1 km from the shore) or docked at the pier. Two deployment scenarios are also considered for the land case: ESIM on a road outside the dense urban area (called “Inter-city”) at 1 km and 50 m distances, and an ESIM within the dense urban area (called “Intra-city”) at a distance of 20 m.

©2017 GSA

Date: 4th Sep 2017
Type: Consultation
Technology: Spectrum
Originator: GSA

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