Spectrum Compatibility definition

Spectrum Compatibility means the capability of two (2) copper loop transmission system technologies to coexist in the same cable without service degradation and to operate satisfactorily in the presence of cross talk noise from each other. Spectrum compatibility is defined on a per twisted pair basis for specific well-defined transmission systems. For the purposes of issues regarding Spectrum Compatibility, service degradation means the failure to meet the Bit Error Ratio (BER) and Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) margin requirements defined for the specific transmission system for all Loop lengths, model Loops, or loss values within the requirements for the specific transmission system.
Spectrum Compatibility means generally the ability of various loop technologies to reside and operate in close proximity while not significantly degrading each others’ performance.
Spectrum Compatibility means the capability of two (2) copper loop transmission system technologies to coexist in the same cable without service degradation and to operate satisfactorily in the presence of cross talk noise from each other. Spectrum compatibility is defined on a per twisted pair basis for specific well-defined transmission systems.

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Mechanisms for Demonstrating Spectrum Compatibility In the Advanced Services First Report and Order, we sought comment on the best means to address spectrum compatibility.49 One option was through generic PSD masks,50 but we asked whether using that approach alone might restrict deployment of technologies that otherwise would not harm the network.

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This document is deliverable C4 of the Spectrum Compatibility criteria and Interference Scenarios for existing systems operating in the L band study produced by Helios for Eurocontrol under Contract 08-111428-C as contribution to the Future Communication Study (FCS) activities, and in support of the work to realise one of the recommendations of the FCS to develop an L-band data link.

This document is deliverable C2 of the Spectrum Compatibility criteria and Interference Scenarios for existing systems operating in the L band study produced by Helios for Eurocontrol under Contract 08-111428-C as contribution to the Future Communication Study (FCS) activities, and in support of the work to realise one of the recommendations of the FCS to develop an L-band data link.


More Definitions of Spectrum Compatibility

Spectrum Compatibility means that energy that transfers into a loop pair, from services and transmission system technologies on other pairs in the same cable, does not cause an unacceptable degradation of performance.
Spectrum Compatibility means that energy that transfers into a loop pair, from services and transmission system technologies on other pairs in the same cable, does not cause an unacceptable degradation of performance. “Spectrum management” refers to loop plant administration, such as binder group management and other deployment practices that are designed to result in spectrum compatibility, preventing harmful interference between services and technologies that use pairs in the same cable. A “Splitter” is a device that divides the data and voice signals concurrently moving across the loop, directing the voice traffic through copper tie cables to the switch and the data traffic through another pair of copper tie cables to multiplexing equipment for delivery to the packet- switched network. The Splitter may be directly integrated into the Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer (DSLAM) equipment or may be externally mounted.

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