Impact of emissions from ultra wideband devices on radio astronomy service: study for Ofcom (link)

November 28, 2005

London, 25 November 2005

This document reports the results of a study aimed at evaluating the impact of emissions from Ultra Wideband (UWB) devices on the Radio Astronomy service (RAS) in the UK. The requirement for the study was identified in the summary conclusions of the responses to the Ofcom UWB consultation. The study examined the implications for the regulation of UWB, the consequences for Radio Astronomy, and the potential for implementing mitigation effects.

Sharing Between UWB and Radio Astronomy Service [pdf]

Annex B - Sitemaps [pdf] (1.7 MB)

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