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Derivation of the Baseline and Interference Effects for Block Edge Mask
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Derivation of the Baseline and Interference Effects for Block Edge Mask
Kim, Min-Jae; Kang, Yun-Seok; Lee, Hyuck-Jae;
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 Abstract
As an introduction of an open spectrum allocation approach with technology and service neutrality is expected as a way to solve problems of frequency shortage due to the expansion of demand for wireless multimedia communications, recently, the new management model of interferences and its standard setting are required. In this paper, as a model for this new interference management considering several candidates, Block Edge Mask(BEM) approach is chosen as the most appropriate model. And to investigate the effects of interference resulting from the standard setting of BEM, assuming the use of LTE systems in the Digital Dividend, BEM out-of-band baseline in the boundaries between digital terrestrial television (DTV) service and LTE mobile communications services which are heterogeneous systems for analysis is derived and the effect of setting guard band is analyzed.
 Keywords
Block Edge Mask;Interference Management;DTV;LTE;
 Language
Korean
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