|Interference Mitigation - the impacts on new Mobile Broadband Wireless Access (MBWA) systems|
|Written by Groupe Intellex Global|
|Wednesday, 04 July 2007 01:00|
As competition increases for spectrum suitable for mobile broadband systems the challenges of making effective use of relatively narrow spectrum bands highlight issues of adjacent channel Interference Mitigation for protection of (and from) existing mobile services.
Some guard bands have been reviewed and found to be unnecessary. In other cases, however, the Interference Mitigation conditions imposed by regulators may compromise the potential utility of spectrum.
This Groupe Intellex paper uses recent examples to explore how novel MBWA systems and fresh approaches to Interference Mitigation assessments can bring additional spectrum into effective use.
View or download the full paper, 'Interference Mitigation' .
Further information on Multiple Antenna Systems and High Capacity Spatial Division Systems can be found in the feature 'A Third Generation - but not as we know it' .