Indoor broadband use of 2.7–2.9 GHz radar spectrum: Case of Macedonia

  title={Indoor broadband use of 2.7–2.9 GHz radar spectrum: Case of Macedonia},
  author={Pero Latkoski and Jovan Karamacoski and Liljana Gavrilovska},
  journal={The 15th International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications},
Indoor broadband use of 2.7-2.9 GHz radar spectrum represents a great potential for secondary spectrum implementation. This paper provides a country-wide analysis of indoor secondary operation in Air Traffic Control (ATC) radar band, taking the territory of Macedonia as study area. The assumed secondary system involves multiple WiFi-like devices co-located with the actual population in the study area. Due to the high ATC radar sensitivity and stringent protection requirements, the analysis… CONTINUE READING

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