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Kluwer Academic Publishers, , 96p. Wireless Communications for Intelligent Transportation Systems. Scott D. Elliott and Daniel J. Julie McKeehan and Neil Rhodes. World Mobile Communication Sourcebook ISBN p. Land Mobile Radio Systems. Edward Singer, Prentice-Hall, 2nd Ed. Edited by K. Fujimoto and J. Gordon White, Butterworth-Heinemann. Mobile Satellite Communications Handbook. Artech House, , p. Edited by Jack M. Holtzman and David J.
Edited by Theodore S. Rappaport, Brian D. Woerner and Jeffrey H. Read, Kluwer Academic Publishers, , p.
Michel D. CRC Press Inc. Land-Mobile Radio System Engineering.
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Gary C. Jagoda, M. Building on his classic first edition, Theodore S. Rappaport covers the fundamental issues impacting all wireless networks and reviews virtually every important new wireless standard and technological development, offering especially comprehensive coverage of the 3G systems and wireless local area networks WLANs that will transform communications in the coming years.
Rappaport illustrates each key concept with practical examples, thoroughly explained and solved step by step. Coverage includes:. He is the editor or co-editor of four other books on the topic of wireless communications, based on his teaching and research activities at MPRG. Wireless Communications Zoom.
Wireless Communications. Product information Downloads Instructor Resources Description For cellular radio engineers and technicians. Added re-inforcement through practical problem sets. Students learn through clear, illustrated representation of wireless concepts.
Mobile radio - Wikipedia
Evolution of Mobile Radio Communications. Mobile Radiotelephony in the U. Mobile Radio Systems Around the World. Examples of Wireless Communication Systems. Trends in Cellular Radio and Personal Communications. Modern Wireless Communication Systems. Second Generation 2G Cellular Networks. Third Generation 3G Wireless Networks. Frequency Reuse. Channel Assignment Strategies. Handoff Strategies. Interference and System Capacity. Trunking and Grade of Service. Introduction to Radio Wave Propagation.
Free Space Propagation Model. Relating Power to Electric Field. The Three Basic Propagation Mechanisms.
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Ground Reflection Two-Ray Model. Outdoor Propagation Models. Indoor Propagation Models. Signal Penetration into Buildings. Ray Tracing and Site Specific Modeling. Small-Scale Multipath Propagation. Impulse Response Model of a Multipath Channel. Small-Scale Multipath Measurements. Parameters of Mobile Multipath Channels. Types of Small-Scale Fading. Rayleigh and Ricean Distributions. Statistical Models for Multipath Fading Channels.
Mobile Radio Channels, 2nd Edition
Modulation Techniques for Mobile Radio. As discusses in Section E of this FRFA, we have considered the potential economic impact on small entities of these rules, and we have considered alternatives that would reduce the potential economic impact of the rules enacted herein, regardless of whether the potential economic impact was discussed in any comments. The RFA directs agencies to provide a description of and, where feasible, an estimate of the number of small entities that may be affected by the rules adopted.
A small business concern is one which: 1 Is independently owned and operated; 2 is not dominant in its field of operation; and 3 satisfies any additional criteria established by the Small Business Administration SBA. Private Land Mobile Radio Licensees. Private land mobile radio PLMR systems serve an essential role in a vast range of industrial, business, land transportation, and public safety activities.
Companies of all sizes operating in all U. The SBA rules, however, contain a definition for Wireless Telecommunications Carriers except Satellite which encompasses business entities engaged in radiotelephone communications employing no more that 1, persons. See 13 CFR According to the Commission's records, a total of approximately , licenses comprise PLMR users.
Despite the lack of specific information, however, the Commission believes that a substantial number of PLMR licensees may be small entities. Frequency Coordinators.
Neither the Commission nor the SBA has developed a small business size standard specifically applicable to spectrum frequency coordinators. The Commission has not developed a small business size standard specifically applicable to frequency coordinators.
The SBA rules, however, contain a definition for Wireless Telecommunications Carriers except Satellite which encompasses business entities engaged in radiotelephone communications employing no more than 1, persons. Under this category and size standard, we estimate that a majority of frequency coordinators can be considered small. RF Equipment Manufacturers. Examples of products made by these establishments are: transmitting and receiving antennas, cable television equipment, GPS equipment, pagers, cellular phones, mobile communications equipment, and radio and television studio and broadcasting equipment.
According to Census bureau data for , there were a total of firms in this category that operated for the entire year. Of this total, had fewer than employees and had more than employees. See U. Thus, under this size standard, the majority of firms can be considered small. The rule changes adopted in the Fifth Report and Order allow PLMR licensees in the bands between and MHz that are licensed on an exclusive basis to transmit station identification information in digital format, on the condition that the licensee will provide the Commission with information sufficient to decode the digital transmission to ascertain the call sign transmitted.
This requirement already applies to other licensees that are permitted to transmit station identification information in digital format. Because this simply gives stations an option regarding the method of transmission of required call sign information, but does not impose a new burden, stations will not incur new costs—specifically the cost associated with providing the Commission sufficient information to decode the transmission—unless they choose the digital transmission option.
The RFA requires an agency to describe the steps it has taken to minimize the significant economic impact on small entities consistent with the stated objectives of applicable statutes, including a statement of the factual, policy, and legal reasons for selecting the alternative adopted in the final rule and why each one of the other significant alternatives to the rule considered by the agency which affect the impact on small entities was rejected.
See 5 U. We believe the changes adopted in the Fifth Report and Order will promote flexibility and more efficient use of the spectrum, reduce administrative burdens on both the Commission and licensees, and allow licensees to better meet their communication needs. In this Fifth Report and Order, we will allow an increase in the telemetry power operations for railroad licensees to allow increased flexibility and safety for operations of longer trains in difficult terrain. Additionally, the Fifth Report and Order decides to allow for the transmission of station identification information, in certain situations, in a digital format.
The Fifth Report and Order also provides for a more streamlined, concise and understandable regulations concerning proposals for new trunking stations. Pursuant to sections 4 i , , b , f , g , o , p , r , and of the Communications Act of , 47 U. Part 90 of the Commission's rules is amended as specified in below, effective thirty days after publication of the Fifth Report and Order in the Federal Register.
The authority citation for part 90 continues to read as follows:. Authority: Sections 4 i , 11, g , r , and c 7 of the Communications Act of , as amended, 47 U. Centralized trunked system. A system in which there is dynamic assignment of communications paths by automatically searching all communications paths in the system and assigning to a user an open communications path within that system. Decentralized trunked system. A system which monitors the communications paths within its assigned channels for activity within and outside of the trunked system and transmits only when an available communications path is found.
Trunked radio system. A radio system employing technology that provides the ability to search two or more available communications paths and automatically assigns an open communications path to a user. The level of monitoring must be sufficient to avoid harmful interference to other systems. Licensees and filers of previously filed pending applications with an assigned or proposed frequency having a spectral separation from a frequency of the proposed centralized trunked station that does not exceed these values:.
A Licensees and filers of previously filed pending applications with a service contour 37 dBu for stations in the MHz band, and 39 dBu for stations in the MHz band that is overlapped by the proposed centralized trunked station's interference contour 19 dBu for stations in the MHz band, and 21 dBu for stations in the MHz band. Contour calculations are required for base station facilities and not for mobile stations associated with those base stations. B The calculation of service and interference contours shall be performed using generally accepted engineering practices and standards, including appropriate derating factors, agreed to by a consensus of all certified frequency coordinators.
Frequency coordinators shall make this information available to the Commission upon request. C For purposes of this section, the authorized operating area of a station or proposed station with no associated base station shall be used as both the station's service contour and its interference contour.
D After January 1, , licensees with an authorized bandwidth exceeding The written consent shall be maintained by the operator of the centralized trunked station and be made available to the Commission upon request. An application for a centralized trunked station shall include either a certification from the applicant that written consent has been obtained from all affected licensees, or a certification from the frequency coordinator that there are no affected licensees.
Subsequent applications for centralized trunked operation are limited to no more than an additional 10 channels, and must be accompanied by a certification, submitted to the certified frequency coordinator coordinating the application, that all of the applicant's existing channels authorized for centralized trunked operation at that location or at locations with overlapping service contours have been constructed and placed in operation.
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Certified frequency coordinators are authorized to require documentation in support of the applicant's certification that existing channels have been constructed and placed in operation. The requirement for such a showing may be satisfied by submission of loading studies demonstrating that requested channels in excess of 10 will be loaded with 50 mobiles per channel within a five year period commencing with the grant of the application.
Except as indicated elsewhere in this part, transmitters used in the radio services governed by this part must comply with the emission masks outlined in this section. Unless otherwise stated, per paragraphs d 4 , e 4 , and o of this section, measurements of emission power can be expressed in either peak or average values provided that emission powers are expressed with the same parameters used to specify the unmodulated transmitter carrier power. For transmitters that do not produce a full power unmodulated carrier, reference to the unmodulated transmitter carrier power refers to the total power contained in the channel bandwidth.
Unless indicated elsewhere in this part, the table in this section specifies the emission masks for equipment operating under this part. In order to show compliance with the emission mask up to and including 50 kHz removed from the edge of the authorized bandwidth, adjust the resolution bandwidth to Hz with the measuring instrument in a peak hold mode. A sufficient number of sweeps must be measured to insure that the emission profile is developed. If video filtering is used, its bandwidth must not be less than the instrument resolution bandwidth. For emissions beyond 50 kHz from the edge of the authorized bandwidth, see paragraph o of this section.
If it can be shown that use of the above instrumentation settings do not accurately represent the true interference potential of the equipment Start Printed Page under test, an alternate procedure may be used provided prior Commission approval is obtained. If it can be shown that use of the above instrumentation settings do not accurately represent the true interference potential of the equipment under test, an alternate procedure may be used provided prior Commission approval is obtained. A licensee that identifies its call sign in this manner must provide the Commission, upon request, information sufficient to decode the digital transmission and ascertain the call sign transmitted.
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