Electromagnetic compatibility of UHF land mobile receivers and the PAVE PAWS radar
Gerald F. Hurt, Arthur L. C. Sigust, United States. National Telecommunications and Information Administration
Dept. of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, 1979 - Technology & Engineering - 68 pages
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12 dB SINAD adjacent channel adjusted AFB PAVE PAWS antenna gain Appendix ATTENUATOR bandwidth Beale AFB CN CN CN Data for Test Desired Signal Level duty cycle EFFECT NO EFFECT Electromagnetic Compatibility emission spectrum frequency hopping mode growth option INFORMATION Receive Frequency input signal source interfering signal land mobile receivers mainbeam MHz band minimum interference threshold MINIT SINAD MINIT mobile stations msec/cm Figure N/A N/A N/A NTIA Oscilloscope Sweep Rate Otis AFB parameters PAVE PAWS prototype PAVE PAWS Radar PAVE PAWS Signal PAWS Signal Level performance degradation tests PIN diode power level Pulse Repetition Frequency Radio Horizon Radio Propagation rated audio output rated power output receiver antenna RELATED INFORMATION Receive RF signal rH rH ro ro Sea Launched SERIAL sidelobe SINAD MINIT SINAD spectrum analyzer squelch control standard input signal standard test modulation thru U.S. Forest Service usable sensitivity waveform