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Indoor Broadband Spectrum Survey Measurements for the Improvement of Wireless Systems

Originální název

Indoor Broadband Spectrum Survey Measurements for the Improvement of Wireless Systems

Anglický název

Indoor Broadband Spectrum Survey Measurements for the Improvement of Wireless Systems

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper presents a unique measurement campaign focused on indoor spectrum survey. This type of results should be used by many ways. Firstly, the spectrum regulators have to know which frequencies are used at the measured locations. Secondly, the spectrum survey data could be used to simulate cognitive systems, which have become a significant part of wireless communication during the past decade. The presented measurement is specific as we used one wideband omnidirectional antenna and aportable receiver which measures the wideband results (9 kHz-7.5 GHz) with suffcient sensitivity (not worse than -113 dBm) in the whole band. The receiver was controlled by a specially designed program that communicates via TCP/IP and therefore provides suffcient connection for downloading an extensive amount of data to the controlling PC. The results are processed to detect the primary users (users of the frequency spectrum) and calculate utilization of the frequency spectrum. Based on the results,the potential for the improvement of wireless traffic is observable. The optimization of the radiated electromagnetic waves has a positive effect on biological tissues.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper presents a unique measurement campaign focused on indoor spectrum survey. This type of results should be used by many ways. Firstly, the spectrum regulators have to know which frequencies are used at the measured locations. Secondly, the spectrum survey data could be used to simulate cognitive systems, which have become a significant part of wireless communication during the past decade. The presented measurement is specific as we used one wideband omnidirectional antenna and aportable receiver which measures the wideband results (9 kHz-7.5 GHz) with suffcient sensitivity (not worse than -113 dBm) in the whole band. The receiver was controlled by a specially designed program that communicates via TCP/IP and therefore provides suffcient connection for downloading an extensive amount of data to the controlling PC. The results are processed to detect the primary users (users of the frequency spectrum) and calculate utilization of the frequency spectrum. Based on the results,the potential for the improvement of wireless traffic is observable. The optimization of the radiated electromagnetic waves has a positive effect on biological tissues.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT99255,
  author="Robert {Urban} and Tomáš {Kříž} and Martin {Čáp}",
  title="Indoor Broadband Spectrum Survey Measurements for the Improvement of Wireless Systems",
  annote="This paper presents a unique measurement campaign focused on indoor spectrum survey. This type of results should be used by many ways. Firstly, the spectrum regulators have to know which frequencies are used at the measured locations. Secondly, the spectrum survey data could be used to simulate cognitive systems, which have become a significant part of wireless communication during the past decade. The presented measurement is specific as we used one wideband omnidirectional antenna and aportable receiver which measures the wideband results (9 kHz-7.5 GHz) with suffcient sensitivity (not worse than -113 dBm) in the whole band. The receiver was controlled by a specially designed program that communicates via TCP/IP and therefore provides suffcient connection for downloading an extensive amount of data to the controlling PC. The results are processed to detect the primary users (users of the frequency spectrum) and calculate utilization of the frequency spectrum. Based on the results,the potential for the improvement of wireless traffic is observable. The optimization of the radiated electromagnetic waves has a positive effect on biological tissues.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of PIERS 2013 in Taipei",
  chapter="99255",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2013",
  month="april",
  pages="376--380",
  type="conference paper"
}