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Try not to determine the kind of Antenna or where the Microwave Radiator Element(s) ... A Parabolic Dish Antenna (For a given Victim beneficiary reception apparatus pick up) ...
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Remote Strategies Inc.

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About Us Wireless Strategies Inc. was shaped as a Carriers Carrier by the originators of CCG Wireless LLP and MICROTEQ Corporation. CCG Wireless, some portion of Commercial Construction Group, LLC, fabricates and commissions settled microwave and versatile base stations for significant remote transporters. MICROTEQ Corporation gives Worldwide Business Development, Interim Management, and Consulting Services to the International Wireless Community

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About Us Wireless Strategies administration group has more than fifty years involvement in the interchanges business including: Fixed Electronic Satellite Cellular Microwave Warfare Communications

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The Problem Insufficient Spectrum

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Wireless Operator\'s View " A remote administrator without enough range resemble a body without enough blood… If you don\'t have enough blood you\'re going to face significant medicinal difficulties. In like manner, Wireless administrators will require more range to have the capacity to offer new administrations and applications." - Ali Tabassi, Vice President Innovative Technologies, Sprint-Nextel Wireless Strategies Inc.

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Equipment Manufacturer\'s View In 2006, the CEO Council (CEOs from Motorola, Intel, IBM, HP, Dell and so forth.) approached the U.S. government to discover more range for use as new applications develop. Remote Strategies Inc.

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The Problem The measure of microwave range is limited and has been alloted. It takes numerous years for the FCC to experience the administrative procedure of re-doling out range (for the most part from Point-To-Point Fixed to Multipurpose, PTMP/Mobile). Remote Strategies Inc.

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Solution The Reuse of Existing Licensed Spectrum by the Licensed Operator without creating Additional Interference. Remote Strategies Inc.

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Perfect Antenna

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Path Coordination In a Perfect World there is just the Main Lobe, and in this manner just the Main Lobe must be considered

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The Reality

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Path Coordination In the Real World there are Side Lobes and consequently the Side Lobes must be Concurrently Coordinated with the Main Lobe.

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The Status Quo Paths intended for and worked with Legacy Equipment have not put the Antenna Side-Lobe Radiation to Productive Use.

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The Industry Opportunity Use Emerging (IEEE 802.16 – WiMAX – TDD – Smart Antenna) Technologies to Put the Antenna Side-Lobe Radiation to Productive Use Under Existing Rules without Causing Additional Interference.

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Win-Win Opportunity Wireless Carriers : New Customers, Higher Revenues, Higher Profits/Lower Costs and Shorter Service Provisioning Times Spectrum Managers : Increase in Prior Coordinations and Monitoring Services, Increased Revenues and Profits FCC : Supports the Commission\'s objective of Maximizing the Effective utilization of Spectrum. Open Interest : More Competition for their Business, More Features and Lower costs

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Business Case

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Legacy Example (6GHz) One Freq Pair One Path Reqd Capacity 134Mbps Min Reqd Load 67Mbps One Major Subscriber Operating Load 89Mbps Mo Rev. $6,000 Mo PBT $600

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Concurrently Coordinated Example (6GHz)

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Concurrently Coordinated

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Concurrently Coordinated Example (6GHz) One Freq Pair Six ways Reqd Capacity 134Mbps Min Reqd Load 67Mbps One Major Subscriber Five Minor Subscribers Actual Load 134Mbps Mo Rev. $14,400 Mo PBT $8,600

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Compelling Business Case Legacy One Freq Pair One Path One Major Subscriber No Minor Subscribers Traffic Load 89Mbps Mo Rev. $6,000 Mo PBT $600 Concurrent Coordination One Freq Pair Six Paths One Major Subscriber Five Minor Subscribers Traffic Load 134Mbps Mo Rev. $14,400 Mo PBT $8,600

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Compelling Business Case Legacy One Freq Pair One Path One Major Subscriber No Minor Subscribers Traffic Load 89Mbps Mo Rev. $6,000 Mo PBT $600 Concurrent Coordination One Freq Pair Six Paths One Major Subscriber Five Minor Subscribers Traffic Load 134Mbps Mo Rev. $14,400 Mo PBT $8,600 How would WE Get from Here to There

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Innovation The FCC has reliably advanced the national strategy put forward in Section 257 of the Communications Act by empowering industry administrators and gear suppliers to amplify the proficient utilization of range and encourage inventive administrations and item offerings.

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Facilitating Innovation The Commission\'s Rules determine the specialized necessities (not how the specialized prerequisites are met)

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Regulations Specify The Shape and Size of the Radiation Pattern Envelope (Tx power x reception apparatus pick up) and the area from which it exudes. They don\'t indicate HOW* it is accomplished (TWTA, SSA with a Parabolic dish with a dipole, a Flat Panel, or a Multi-Array, and so forth). *By not indicating HOW , the Commission permits and urges industry to advance.

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Microwave Transmission/Reception System A Microwave Transmission/Reception System Consists of two pieces: A Signal Generator/Receiver (Transceiver) An Antenna comprising of two pieces i. Essential Element - decides the RPE ii. Microwave radiator(s, for example, a dipole or horn, and so on

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T/R T/R Transceiver Regulations Do not indicate physical measurements Do not determine where the Transceiver(s) are found

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Antenna Regulations Do not determine physical measurements Do not determine the sort of Antenna or where the Microwave Radiator Element(s) are found Do not determine the RPE of the Radiating Element(s) - By not indicating HOW , the Commission permits and urges industry to advance.

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Part 101-115 of the Rules Antenna Radiating Elements Not Specified Feed Horn with Convex Reflector Physical Location Not Specified RPE Not Specified Dipole RPE Not Specified Physical Location Not Specified

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Parabolic Dish with Feed Horn and Convex Reflector T/R

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Parabolic Dish with Dipole T/R

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Transceiver and Radiator Element\'s Location and RPE Not Specified for a Dish Antenna

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Transceiver and Radiator Element\'s Location and RPE Not Specified for a Multi-Array Antenna

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Transceiver and Radiator Element\'s Location and RPE Not Specified for a Multi-Array Antenna

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T/R Transceiver and Radiator Element\'s Location and RPE Not Specified RPE Not Specified Dipole Physical Location Not Specified

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50dBm 70dBm 10dBm 30dBm The Regulation EIRP (Std A) Stand alone Radiation Element EIRP Tx Po 30dBm, Dipole Gain 2dBi

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20dBi 40dBi - 20dBi 0dBi The Regulation RPE

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Antenna System Regulations The area and radiation example of a reception apparatus framework\'s radiator(s) has never been determined and has never been a reason for concern, since it is the level of Interfering sign "I" touching base at the casualty collector from the meddling framework in its totality that is utilized for coordination impedance counts, C/I and T/I (This applies to a radio wire framework and way)

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Prior Coordination Boundary Existing Path Site B Site A Carrier C/I or T/I Interference I Site D Site C Proposed Path

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50dBm 70dBm 10dBm 30dBm Log Polar Plot of the RPE of a Std A Requirement for Any Type of Antenna Around Site C in dBm Tx Po 30dBm

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Linear Distance Plot of the Interference Contour Around Site C for Any Type of Std An Antenna (For a given Victim recipient recieving wire pick up)

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Victim Antenna Main Lobe 10 deg off Site C Antenna Ctr Line Victim Antenna Main Lobe 20 deg off Site C Antenna Ctr Line Victim Antenna Main Lobe 40 deg off Site C Antenna Ctr Line Victim Antenna Back Lobe Prior Coordination Boundary 125 miles Except inside 5 deg of Ant Ctr line when it is 250 miles

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Legacy Network Everything Required to perform a Coordination Study is known

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Linear Distance Plot of the Interference Contour Around Site C for a Std A Parabolic Dish Antenna (For a given Victim beneficiary radio wire pick up)

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Std A Parabolic Dish Prior Coordination Boundary Existing Path Site B Site A Carrier C/I or T/I Interference I Site D Site C Proposed Path Interference Contour I (For a given Victim Rx Ant Gain)

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Smart Antenna with Distributed Radiators A shrewd reception apparatus with dispersed radiators is a reception apparatus framework that consolidates a recieving wire cluster with an advanced handling capacity to transmit in a versatile spatially touchy way to dependably keep up the Interference at the Victim receiver(s) contribution from any Distributed Radiating Element ( I DRE ) not exactly the planning Interference ( I ). Along these lines, the obstruction signal I DRE is not a reason for concern since it is the level of Interfering sign I that is commanding the coordination impedance figurings, C/I and T/I .

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Concurrently Coordinated Network Everything Required to perform a Coordination Study and to Maintain I DRE < I is known

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Linear Distance Plot of the Interference Contour Around Site C for a Std A Smart Antenna with Distributed Radiators (For a given Victim recipient reception apparatus pick up)

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Std A Smart Antenna with Distributed Radiators Prior Coordination Boundary Existing Path Site B Site A Carrier C/I or T/I Interference I Site D Site C Proposed Path Interference Contour I (For a given Victim Rx Ant Gain)

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Network Comparison Std A Parabolic Dish Antenna and Std A Smart Antenna with Distributed Radiators

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Linear Distance Plot of the Interference Contour Around Site C for a Std A Parabolic Dish Antenna (For a given Victim beneficiary recieving wire pick up)

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Linear Distance Plot of the Interference Contour Around Site C for a Std A Smart Antenna with Distributed Radiators (For a given Victim collector radio wire pick up)

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