Cumulative interference to aircraft radios from multiple portable electronic devices

@article{Nguyen2005CumulativeIT,
  title={Cumulative interference to aircraft radios from multiple portable electronic devices},
  author={T. X. Nguyen},
  journal={24th Digital Avionics Systems Conference},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={10 pp. Vol. 2-}
}
  • T. X. Nguyen
  • Published 2005 in 24th Digital Avionics Systems Conference
Cumulative interference effects from portable electronic devices (PEDs) located inside a passenger cabin are conservatively estimated for aircraft radio receivers. PEDs' emission powers in an aircraft radio frequency band are first scaled according to their locations' interference path loss (IPL) values, and the results are summed to determine the total interference power. The multiple-equipment-factor (MEF) is determined by normalizing the result against the worst case contribution from a… CONTINUE READING
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