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학술지 An Evaluation of Interference Mitigation Schemes for HAPS Systems
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저자
구본준, 안도섭, 김남
발행일
200805
출처
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, v.2008, pp.1-11
ISSN
1687-1499
출판사
Hindawi Publishing, Springer
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2008/865393
협약과제
08MR4500, 스펙트럼 공학 및 밀리미터파대 전파자원 이용기술개발, 김창주
초록
The International Telecommunication Union-Radiocommunication sector (ITU-R) has conducted frequency sharing studies between fixed services (FSs) using a high altitude platform station (HAPS) and fixed-satellite services (FSSs). In particular, ITU-R has investigated the power limitations related to HAPS user terminals (HUTs) to facilitate frequency sharing with space station receivers. To reduce the level of interference from the HUTs that can harm a geostationary earth orbit (GEO) satellite receiver in a space station, previous studies have taken two approaches: frequency sharing using a separated distance (FSSD) and frequency sharing using power control (FSPC). In this paper, various performance evaluation results of interference mitigation schemes are presented. The results include performance evaluations using a new interference mitigation approach as well as conventional approaches. An adaptive beamforming scheme (ABS) is introduced as a new scheme for efficient frequency sharing, and the interference mitigation effect on the ABS is examined considering pointing mismatch errors. The results confirm that the application of ABS enables frequency sharing between two systems with a smaller power reduction of HUTs in a cocoverage area compared to this reduction when conventional schemes are utilized. In addition, the analysis results provide the proper amount of modification at the transmitting power level of the HUT required for the suitable frequency sharing.
KSP 제안 키워드
Adaptive beamforming, Beamforming scheme, Frequency sharing, Geostationary earth orbit, High altitude platform station(HAPS), Interference mitigation, International Telecommunication Union(ITU), International telecommunications union radiocommunication(ITU-R), Mismatch errors, Mitigation effect, Performance evaluation