2013 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), pp. 76-81, 5-9 Aug. 2013doi: 10.1109/ISEMC.2013.6670385
Chriss A. Hammerschmidt; Heather E. Ottke
Abstract: This paper presents spectrum occupancy results from spectrum surveys conducted at three locations: Denver, CO; Table Mountain near Boulder, CO; and Point Loma, near San Diego, CA. Equipment setups are described along with the measurement algorithms used to measure various emission types. Various statistical graphs, M4 statistics plots and FS-CCDF plots, as well as time vs. frequency or waterfall plots give different representations of the data. Results are shown for a land-mobile radio band and a radar band. Five bands in total will be shown during the presentation.
Keywords: radar; spectrum management; telecommunications; statistical analysis; noise; spectrum survey; spectrum occupancy; Table Mountain; Probability density function; frequency measurement; antenna measurements; Boulder; Denver; FS-CCDF plots; M4 statistics plots; Point Loma; emission measurement; equipment setups; land-mobile radio band; measurement algorithms; radar band; statistical graphs; microwave measurement
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Chriss A. Hammerschmidt
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