harmful interference

harmful interference

[′härm·fu̇l ‚int·ə′fir·əns]
(communications)
Radiation, emission, or induction which endangers the functioning of a radionavigation broadcasting service or of a safety broadcasting service, or obstructs or repeatedly interrupts a radio service operating in accordance with the appropriate regulations.
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Operation shall not resume until the condition causing the harmful interference has been corrected," the FCC said.
This has successfully been operated without causing harmful interference to either aircraft operations or terrestrial commercial wireless networks for number of years.
The licensee will have to take all possible measures while installing its network that ensures that there is no harmful interference to other licensees' networks.
Also included in the agreement are coordination in the field of spectrum and wireless devices, coordination in the case of harmful interference or trans boundary signals, support by the Dubai Police general HQ in the field of inspection and judicial control, facilitation of TRA functions at border crossings of the country when needed, exchange of expertise in telecommunications and in emergencies and crises.
The spectrum emission mask characterizes the harmful interference level to ARNS operating in 700 MHz band.
However, secondary user (SU) must vacate the spectrum holes once primary user returns back to access the channel again in order to protect the primary user from the harmful interference.
He said there was still work to do to assure that wireless companies acquiring spectrum in the auction aren't confronted with harmful interference.
The operation of IMT services in C-band has the potential to cause excessive levels of harmful interference and might preclude future use of this band for satellite services.
What is new about spectrum sharing is that our ability to dynamically identify spectrum use through technical methods like dynamic frequency selection, cognitive radio and geo-location, spectrum managing databases will allow different types of services to share the same spectrum bands in real-time while avoiding harmful interference between operations.