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Spectrum Management: Further Consideration of Options to Improve Receiver Performance Is Needed
Mark L. Goldstein (au)
The growth of commercial wireless-broadband services and government missions, including public safety and defense, has increased demand for radio-frequency spectrum. The Fed. Communications Comm. (FCC) and the Nat. Telecomm. and Info. Admin. (NTIA) attempt to meet this demand while protecting existing users from harmful interference that can arise as new services and users come on line. To manage harmful interference, FCC and NTIA have historically focused on transmitters -- the equipment that emits signals. But, receivers also play a role. Congress and others are considering if further action to improve receiver performance to reduce harmful interference could help enhance spectrum efficiency and meet the growing demand for spectrum. This report studied four areas related to improving receiver performance: (1) actions taken by manufacturers and commercial licensees, (2) actions taken by the federal government, (3) challenges, and (4) options identified by stakeholders. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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