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1 BFWAtg(00)30 Co-existence of MP- MP and PMP Systems Philip Whitehead Radiant Networks PLC

2 BFWAtg(00)30 Coexistence Definition: –The ability of two (or more) systems to operate in the presence of mutual interference with acceptable degradation of performance Two main scenarios –Systems operating on the same channels in adjacent or nearby areas. –Systems operating in overlapping areas and using adjacent or near- adjacent channels.

3 BFWAtg(00)30 No base stations Short paths All antennas are directional Low antenna heights Low transmitter power Very good frequency re-use Detect and avoid interference  Improved co-existence General Characteristics of Mesh Systems

4 BFWAtg(00)30 Main conclusions from the study Mesh and PMP systems can easily co-exist Guard bands can be reduced or even zero Co-channel systems can be very close together (closer than PMP – PMP) Rain fading has negligible impact

5 BFWAtg(00)30 Methodology Simulation of (random) mesh with large number of subscribers 20GHz GHz considered – results presented for 28GHz band Multiple interferers 3-D geometry Effects of buildings (LOS probability calculated) Atmospheric attenuation and rain fading according to ITU-R

6 BFWAtg(00)30 Geometry C L mesh X-dim mes h tot Y- dim Base Station Receiver cell radius 90  Mesh mesh bound ary

7 BFWAtg(00)30 3D Geometry Mesh rx hub sub Mesh tx

8 BFWAtg(00)30 Link Length Distribution

9 BFWAtg(00)30 Horn Antenna RPE Relative Power (dB) Bearing (degrees) Azimuth Elevation

10 BFWAtg(00)30 28GHz Antenna RPE

11 BFWAtg(00)30 Main lobe Characteristics

12 BFWAtg(00)30 System Spacing vs. BS Antenna Height

13 BFWAtg(00)30 MP-MP to PMP Subscriber Co-channel

14 BFWAtg(00)30 MP-MP to PMP Subscriber Co-channel (BS 12km from mesh edge) Distance past BS from mesh (km) Height above ground (m)

15 BFWAtg(00)30 Co-channel conclusions A mesh can be placed close to a PMP system, with negligible interference Spacing can be even less when the mesh uses “self adaptation” (down to zero?) Mesh antenna RPEs are not critical (low cost antennas can be used) Rain fading effects are negligible.

16 BFWAtg(00)30 Mesh to PMP hub (50m elevation) dry weather, adjacent channel

17 BFWAtg(00)30 Mesh to PMP hub (50m elevation) dry weather, adjacent channel

18 BFWAtg(00)30 Mesh to 50m PMP hub: uniformly wet weather, single-channel guard band

19 BFWAtg(00)30 Mesh to PMP hub (50m elevation) one guard channel

20 BFWAtg(00)30 Mesh to 25m PMP hub: uniformly wet weather, single-channel guard band

21 BFWAtg(00)30 Mesh to PMP subscriber, adjacent channel

22 BFWAtg(00)30 Mesh to PMP subscriber, adjacent channel

23 BFWAtg(00)30 Mesh to cell-edge PMP subscriber, single-channel guard band

24 BFWAtg(00)30 Conclusions for Overlapping systems Guard band of zero to one channel is sufficient for a “random” mesh Self- adapting mesh can work with zero guard band Antenna RPEs not critical (low cost antennas possible) Rain fading effects are negligible


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