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Radio frequency interference in communications systems, Bruce R. Elbert

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Radio frequency interference in communications systems
Title
Radio frequency interference in communications systems
Statement of responsibility
Bruce R. Elbert
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
YDX
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Elbert, Bruce R
Dewey number
621.38411
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TK6553
LC item number
.E526 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Artech House space technology and applications series
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Radio
Label
Radio frequency interference in communications systems, Bruce R. Elbert
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Radiocommunication Systems and the RFI Environment -- ch. 1 The What and Why of RFI in Radio and Wireless Communications -- 1.1.Engineering of Radiocommunication and Wireless Systems in Light of RFI -- 1.1.1.Efficient Use of Radio Spectrum -- 1.1.2.Frequency Band Assignments -- 1.1.3.Efficient Use of the Geostationary Satellite Orbit and Other Space Environments -- 1.2.Identifying RFI Modes and Consequences -- 1.3.Electromagnetic Compatibility and Spectrum Sharing -- 1.4.Addressing RFI When It Occurs -- References -- ch. 2 The Radiocommunication System in an Interference-Limited Environment -- 2.1.Radiocommunication Requirements -- 2.1.1.Who: The Organization or Market -- 2.1.2.What: Network Topology and Frequencies -- 2.1.3.Where: Locations to Be Served -- 2.1.4.When: Timing for Fixed, Mobile, or Temporary Communications -- 2.1.5.How: Equipment and Other Resources -- 2.2.Transmitters and Receivers -- 2.2.1.Modem Properties -- 2.2.2.Frequency Conversion and Amplification -- 2.2.3.Land-Based Radiocommunication Concepts -- 2.2.4.Space-Based Radiocommunication Concepts -- 2.2.5.Communications in Space Research and Remote Sensing -- 2.3.Antennas in Radiocommunication Services -- 2.3.1.Nondirectional Antenna Radiation Patterns -- 2.3.2.Waveguide Horns -- 2.3.3.Directional Antennas -- 2.3.4.Multiple Element (Yagi-Uda Array) -- 2.3.5.Reflector Aperture (Dish Antenna) -- 2.3.6.Array of Elements (Flat-Panel Array) -- 2.3.7.Phased Array -- 2.3.8.Integrating RF Electronics with the Antenna -- References -- ch. 3 Key Concepts for Evaluating RFI -- 3.1.Manmade RFI (Unintentional and Intentional) -- 3.2.RF Intermodulation and Harmonics -- 3.3.Interference from Radars and Other Pulsed Sources -- 3.4.Protection Ratio and Receiver Sensitivity -- 3.4.1.How to Determine Receiver Threshold -- 3.4.2.Receiver Desensitization -- References -- pt. II Key Aspects of Radio Wave Propagation -- ch. 4 Link Properties Under Free Space Conditions -- 4.1.Path Geometries -- 4.1.1.Ground to Ground -- 4.1.2.Air to Ground -- 4.1.3.Space to Earth -- 4.1.4.Space to Space -- 4.2.Line-of-Sight Propagation Characteristics in Atmosphere -- 4.2.1.Coupling to the Antenna -- 4.2.2.Alternative Measures of Signal Strength -- 4.2.3.Atmospheric Loss -- 4.2.4.Rain Attenuation -- 4.2.5.Tropospheric Scatter -- References -- ch. 5 Propagation on Obstructed Paths -- 5.1.Path Profiles and Obstructions -- 5.2.Fading on Direct and Blocked Paths -- 5.2.1.Direct and Reflected Signals: Vector Addition -- 5.2.2.Ricean Multipath Fading -- 5.2.3.Rayleigh fading -- 5.3.Geographic Coverage Analysis -- 5.3.1.Path Computation Using Software -- 5.3.2.Measures of Radio Coverage -- 5.4.Complex Propagation Models -- 5.4.1.Okumura and Hata Macroscopic Propagation Models -- 5.4.2.ITS: Longley-Rice Models -- References -- pt. III RFI Assessment and Resolution Methodologies -- ch. 6 Interference Protection Ratio (C/I) and Its Application -- 6.1.C/I Criteria -- 6.1.1.Calculation of Static Values -- 6.1.2.Antenna Characteristics and Isolation -- 6.2.Non-Steady State Propagation: Scatter, Rain-Induced Interference, Ionospheric Conditions -- 6.3.Service Performance in the Presence of Interference -- 6.4.Interference Among Various Systems -- 6.4.1.Radars vs. Land Mobile Systems -- 6.4.2.Protection of GPS from Terrestrial Wireless Systems -- 6.5.Satellite Communications vs. Terrestrial Microwave Systems -- References -- ch. 7 RFI Resolution Techniques -- 7.1.Spectrum Analysis and Monitoring -- 7.1.1.Spectrogram View and Adjustment -- 7.2.Spectrum Monitoring and Carrier Measurement -- 7.3.Interference Location and Radio Direction Finding -- 7.4.Transmitter ID -- 7.5.Additional Resources and Strategies -- 7.5.1.Planning and Coordination -- 7.5.2.Research and Testing -- 7.5.3.Remediation -- References -- ch. 8 How to Identify, Prevent, and Fix Common RFI problems -- 8.1.Frequency Planning Techniques -- 8.1.1.Frequency Assignment -- 8.1.2.Transmitter Control and ID -- 8.1.3.Interleaving Spectra and Band Segmentation -- 8.1.4.Power Control -- 8.2.Avoiding Intermodulation -- 8.3.Interference Cancellation -- 8.3.1.Cancellation at RF (Antenna) -- 8.3.2.Cancellation at IF -- 8.3.3.Cancellation at Baseband (Postdetection) -- 8.4.RFI as an Incident Needing Effective Tools and Management -- References -- ch. 9 Prospective for RFI Resolution in Future Radiocommunication Systems -- 9.1.New Approaches to Interference Management -- 9.2.Cognitive Radio -- 9.3.Spectrum Management Tools and Resources -- 9.3.1.Licensed Shared Access -- 9.3.2.Model Cities Demonstrations -- 9.3.3.Spectrum Monitoring and RFI Remediation -- References
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781608079650
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • ocn979637378
  • (OCoLC)979637378
Label
Radio frequency interference in communications systems, Bruce R. Elbert
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Radiocommunication Systems and the RFI Environment -- ch. 1 The What and Why of RFI in Radio and Wireless Communications -- 1.1.Engineering of Radiocommunication and Wireless Systems in Light of RFI -- 1.1.1.Efficient Use of Radio Spectrum -- 1.1.2.Frequency Band Assignments -- 1.1.3.Efficient Use of the Geostationary Satellite Orbit and Other Space Environments -- 1.2.Identifying RFI Modes and Consequences -- 1.3.Electromagnetic Compatibility and Spectrum Sharing -- 1.4.Addressing RFI When It Occurs -- References -- ch. 2 The Radiocommunication System in an Interference-Limited Environment -- 2.1.Radiocommunication Requirements -- 2.1.1.Who: The Organization or Market -- 2.1.2.What: Network Topology and Frequencies -- 2.1.3.Where: Locations to Be Served -- 2.1.4.When: Timing for Fixed, Mobile, or Temporary Communications -- 2.1.5.How: Equipment and Other Resources -- 2.2.Transmitters and Receivers -- 2.2.1.Modem Properties -- 2.2.2.Frequency Conversion and Amplification -- 2.2.3.Land-Based Radiocommunication Concepts -- 2.2.4.Space-Based Radiocommunication Concepts -- 2.2.5.Communications in Space Research and Remote Sensing -- 2.3.Antennas in Radiocommunication Services -- 2.3.1.Nondirectional Antenna Radiation Patterns -- 2.3.2.Waveguide Horns -- 2.3.3.Directional Antennas -- 2.3.4.Multiple Element (Yagi-Uda Array) -- 2.3.5.Reflector Aperture (Dish Antenna) -- 2.3.6.Array of Elements (Flat-Panel Array) -- 2.3.7.Phased Array -- 2.3.8.Integrating RF Electronics with the Antenna -- References -- ch. 3 Key Concepts for Evaluating RFI -- 3.1.Manmade RFI (Unintentional and Intentional) -- 3.2.RF Intermodulation and Harmonics -- 3.3.Interference from Radars and Other Pulsed Sources -- 3.4.Protection Ratio and Receiver Sensitivity -- 3.4.1.How to Determine Receiver Threshold -- 3.4.2.Receiver Desensitization -- References -- pt. II Key Aspects of Radio Wave Propagation -- ch. 4 Link Properties Under Free Space Conditions -- 4.1.Path Geometries -- 4.1.1.Ground to Ground -- 4.1.2.Air to Ground -- 4.1.3.Space to Earth -- 4.1.4.Space to Space -- 4.2.Line-of-Sight Propagation Characteristics in Atmosphere -- 4.2.1.Coupling to the Antenna -- 4.2.2.Alternative Measures of Signal Strength -- 4.2.3.Atmospheric Loss -- 4.2.4.Rain Attenuation -- 4.2.5.Tropospheric Scatter -- References -- ch. 5 Propagation on Obstructed Paths -- 5.1.Path Profiles and Obstructions -- 5.2.Fading on Direct and Blocked Paths -- 5.2.1.Direct and Reflected Signals: Vector Addition -- 5.2.2.Ricean Multipath Fading -- 5.2.3.Rayleigh fading -- 5.3.Geographic Coverage Analysis -- 5.3.1.Path Computation Using Software -- 5.3.2.Measures of Radio Coverage -- 5.4.Complex Propagation Models -- 5.4.1.Okumura and Hata Macroscopic Propagation Models -- 5.4.2.ITS: Longley-Rice Models -- References -- pt. III RFI Assessment and Resolution Methodologies -- ch. 6 Interference Protection Ratio (C/I) and Its Application -- 6.1.C/I Criteria -- 6.1.1.Calculation of Static Values -- 6.1.2.Antenna Characteristics and Isolation -- 6.2.Non-Steady State Propagation: Scatter, Rain-Induced Interference, Ionospheric Conditions -- 6.3.Service Performance in the Presence of Interference -- 6.4.Interference Among Various Systems -- 6.4.1.Radars vs. Land Mobile Systems -- 6.4.2.Protection of GPS from Terrestrial Wireless Systems -- 6.5.Satellite Communications vs. Terrestrial Microwave Systems -- References -- ch. 7 RFI Resolution Techniques -- 7.1.Spectrum Analysis and Monitoring -- 7.1.1.Spectrogram View and Adjustment -- 7.2.Spectrum Monitoring and Carrier Measurement -- 7.3.Interference Location and Radio Direction Finding -- 7.4.Transmitter ID -- 7.5.Additional Resources and Strategies -- 7.5.1.Planning and Coordination -- 7.5.2.Research and Testing -- 7.5.3.Remediation -- References -- ch. 8 How to Identify, Prevent, and Fix Common RFI problems -- 8.1.Frequency Planning Techniques -- 8.1.1.Frequency Assignment -- 8.1.2.Transmitter Control and ID -- 8.1.3.Interleaving Spectra and Band Segmentation -- 8.1.4.Power Control -- 8.2.Avoiding Intermodulation -- 8.3.Interference Cancellation -- 8.3.1.Cancellation at RF (Antenna) -- 8.3.2.Cancellation at IF -- 8.3.3.Cancellation at Baseband (Postdetection) -- 8.4.RFI as an Incident Needing Effective Tools and Management -- References -- ch. 9 Prospective for RFI Resolution in Future Radiocommunication Systems -- 9.1.New Approaches to Interference Management -- 9.2.Cognitive Radio -- 9.3.Spectrum Management Tools and Resources -- 9.3.1.Licensed Shared Access -- 9.3.2.Model Cities Demonstrations -- 9.3.3.Spectrum Monitoring and RFI Remediation -- References
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781608079650
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • ocn979637378
  • (OCoLC)979637378

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