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A Study on Experiment of Transmission Power Assignment for Indoor TVWS Wireless Communication System
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A Study on Experiment of Transmission Power Assignment for Indoor TVWS Wireless Communication System
Yun, Deok-Won; Chang, Hyung-Min; Lee, Won-Cheol;
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 Abstract
To overcome a scarcity of radio resources to mobile broadband service, the usage of TV white space gains much attraction around the world. This paper carries out an interference analysis either by performing realistic experiments or by executing statistical Monte-Carlo simulation to exploit interference probability. The results obtained from experiments are compared to those from simulations in order to clarify the coexistence of utilization of TV band devices (TVBD) in indoor circumstances. Along the execution of our experiment in the presence of DTV receiver, we apply to a variety of transmission parameters proposed in FCC for TVBD. According to experimental and simulation works, the allowable transmission powers of TVBD systems are exploited for the plausible which are coexist on the first as well as the second adjacent frequency bands. Throughout results, it can conclude that TVBD systems can be coexisted via achieving proper transmission powers depending on the locations of themselves without showing harmful interference to DTV reception.
 Keywords
TV White Space;TV Band Device;Emission Mask;Interference analysis;Coexistence;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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화이트 스페이스 활용을 위한 무선환경 인지 기술 및 활성화 방안,유성진;강규민;정회윤;박승근;

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2.
TVWS용 광대역 고선형 전력증폭기,강상기;

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