ETRI-Knowledge Sharing Plaform



논문 검색
구분 SCI
연도 ~ 키워드


학술대회 A Study on the Separation Distance for Frequency Sharing between GSO Network and Terrestrial Network in Ka Band
Cited 16 time in scopus Download 0 time Share share facebook twitter linkedin kakaostory
오대섭, 이승민, 안도섭, 김수영
Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC) 2008 (Spring), pp.2967-2971
08MR4500, 스펙트럼 공학 및 밀리미터파대 전파자원 이용기술개발, 김창주
Co-existence of various wireless systems may cause frequency interference problems. For this reason, frequency sharing studies play a very important role in order to use limited spectrum resources efficiently. Because a satellite system covers a global area in nature, the frequency sharing between the satellite and terrestrial systems is essential. For satellite systems using Ka bands, we can increase spectrum efficiency by considering offaxis angles of the earth station antennas. In this paper, we demonstrate the analysis results of the separation distance between the satellite earth station and a terrestrial station with random height. By using these results, we can design and implement Ka band wireless systems with the optimum separation distances, and this will lead efficient use of limited frequency spectrum resources. © 2008 IEEE.
KSP 제안 키워드
Co-existence, Earth station, Frequency interference, Frequency sharing, Limited frequency spectrum, Satellite and terrestrial, Separation distance, Sharing studies, Spectrum efficiency, Terrestrial network, ka-band