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1 1 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Spectrum Management System for Developing Countries (SMS4DC) E-Behdad BDT/FOP/RCU

2 2 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Main Functions of SMS4DC  Administrative Functions  Relational database management;  Recording frequency application, frequency assignment, licensing, coordination data, import data from BRIFIC & SRS  producing electronic notices, print license, invoice & spectrum fee  Security features: Multi level access enables system administrator to define users and groups with different access levels.

3 3 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Main Functions of SMS4DC  Engineering Analysis Function  Enhanced analysis tools for frequency arrangement, assignment, coordination and interference calculation  Propagation models based on ITU-R latest recommendations available at the time of development, i.e. P.1546, P.370, P.530, P.452, P.526, Extended HATA models for various service types and P for Earth to space total attenuation calculation;  Coverage area, field strength, field strength contour, Microwave link calculations, Microwave link availability, network coverage and best server calculation.

4 4 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Main Functions of SMS4DC  Geographic Map Display Function  User friendly interface, displaying of Digital Terrain Model, capability of importing standard mapping formats including Globe map and displaying of geographical maps,  Online latitude, longitude and altitude presentation, overlaying, Scrolling and Zooming functionality capability of handling vectors,  Providing multiple entry functions, menu items, Assigning new stations on map and Searching and displaying a station or group of stations on map.

5 5 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 User View of Data (terrestrial) 1:1 1:n Name, address, contact and classification Effective height Owner License Station Equipment Antenna Frequency Pattern 1:n License ID, status, duration and etc. Station name, location, type and etc. Assigned frequency, reference frequency, bandwidth and etc. Name, model, radiated power, serial number and etc. Name, gain, pattern, Beamwidth, and etc. Azimuth and effective height 1:1 InvoicesPayments 1:n Link 1:n Receiving area information Coordination 1:n Coordinated administratio ns Filter 1:1

6 6 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 User View of Data (earth stations) 1:n Name, address, contact and classification Emission Owner License Station Beam Antenna Group Filter 1:n 1:1 1:n License ID, status, duration and etc. Station name, location, type and etc. Bandwidth, polarization and etc. Name, gain, beamwidth and etc. Pattern and coefficient s Designatio n of emission, power 1:1 Horizon Elevation Min. Elevation Angles 1:n Frequency 1:n Assigned frequencies Coordination 1:n Coordinated administratio ns Class of station 1:n InvoicesPayments 1:n

7 7 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Flow of Administrative Data Entry

8 8 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Supervisory tasks User access Audit control Backup/Restore Samples of SMS4DC’s Administration Functions

9 9 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Data capture screens Samples of SMS4DC’s Administration Functions

10 10 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Samples of SMS4DC’s Administration Functions Fixed/Base Station Information Data Entry Table

11 11 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Samples of SMS4DC’s Administration Functions Mobile Station Information Data Entry Table

12 12 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Samples of SMS4DC’s Administration Functions Broadcasting Station Information Data Entry Table

13 13 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Samples of SMS4DC’s Administration Functions Dialog box for importing data from BRIFIC

14 14 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Electronic notices Fixed, Land mobile, Broadcasting Earth station Samples of SMS4DC’s Administration Functions

15 15 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions International & National frequency allocations table (chart)

16 16 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions Frequency arrangement (Homogeneous)

17 17 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions Frequency arrangement (Uniform & non Uniform)

18 18 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions Frequency assignment parameters & EMC analysis results

19 19 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions Path profile with Fresnel Zone

20 20 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions Link Calculation Dialog box using different propagation models

21 21 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 The finest grid in “Antenna Editor” dialog box Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions

22 22 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Spreadsheet of stations Effective height calculation result Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions Selected station

23 23 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Area calculation using ITU-R P.1546 propagation model Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions

24 24 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Network Processor : Maximum Field Strength Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions

25 25 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Network Processor : Best Server (b) Okumora-Hata propagation model (a) Free-Space propagation model Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions

26 26 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Coverage Area calculation E > Threshold Value E < Threshold Value Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions

27 27 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Interference calculation BC to BC Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions

28 28 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Interference calculation BT to BT Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions

29 29 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 CBR: Locus of points with identical distance to the border along the line to TX X-km: Locus of points with identical distance to the nearest point of border CBR x km Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions User define agreement Cross Border Range (CBR) & X-Km

30 30 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Xkm Line Cross Border Range (CBR) CBR and X-km in SMS4DC Border Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions

31 31 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 drawing line from database Sample of Geographic Map Display functions

32 32 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Topographical map of a selected area (Globe30), relevant 3D view and vector overload Sample of Geographic Map Display functions

33 33 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November D view of a selected area Dialog box to adjust visual effects of 3D view Sample of Geographic Map Display functions

34 34 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Field Strength along a line Sample of Geographic Map Display functions

35 35 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Overlay possibility Sample of SMS4DC’s Engineering Functions

36 36 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Sample of Geographic Map Display functions Overlay possibility

37 37 BR- Biennial seminar on SMS 30 October 3 November 2006 Thank you


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