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M.1319 : The basis of a methodology to assess the impact of interference from a time division multiple access/frequency division multiple access (TDMA/FDMA) mobile-satellite service (MSS) space-to-Earth transmissions on the performance of line-of-sight fixed service receivers in the frequency range 1-3 GHz

Recommendation M.1319

Approved in 2010-01

Managed by R00-SG04

Main
Number
Title Status Questions
M.1319-3 (01/10)
 
The basis of a methodology to assess the impact of interference from a time division multiple access/frequency division multiple access (TDMA/FDMA) mobile-satellite service (MSS) space-to-Earth transmissions on the performance of line-of-sight fixed service receivers in the frequency range 1-3 GHz   In force (Main)
118/5, 201/4  
 
 
Previous versions
Number
Title Status Questions
M.1319-2 (06/03)
 
The basis of a methodology to assess the impact of interference from a time division multiple access/frequency division multiple access (TDMA/FDMA) mobile-satellite service (MSS) satellite system operating in the 2 GHz range on the performance of line-of-sight fixed service receivers   Superseded
118/9, 201/8  
M.1319-1 (05/00)
 
The basis of a methodology to assess the impact of interference from a time division multiple access/frequency division multiple access (TDMA/FDMA) mobile-satellite service (MSSs) satellite system operating in the 2 GHz range on the performance of line-of-sight fixed service receivers   Superseded
N/A  
M.1319-0 (10/97)
 
The basis of a methodology to assess the impact of interference from a TDMA/FDMA non-GSO MSS satellite system operating in the 2 GHz range on the performance of line-of-sight fixed service receivers   Superseded
N/A  

 

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