Spectrum sharing between wireless systems becomes a critical issue due to emerging new technologies and spectrum shortage. Recently, IMT-Advanced system has been allocated in the same frequency band (3500 MHz) along with fixed services on co-primary basis, which means that harmful interference probability may be transpired. Channel bandwidths (BW) and natural of deployment areas of wireless systems are of the main effective factors in spectrum sharing. Spectrum Emission Mask (SEM) model will be used to study these factors effects beside the interference to noise ratio (I/N) as a fundamental criterion for coexistence and sharing between systems. The frequency and distance separation and antenna high effects are essential to be investigated to achieve spectrum sharing.
Zaid Ahmed Shamsan,
Abdulaziz Mohammed Al-Hetar,
Tharek Bin Abdul Rahman,
"Spectrum Sharing Studies of IMT-Advanced and FWA Services Under Different Clutter Loss and Channel Bandwidths Effects," Progress In Electromagnetics Research,
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