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U-NIIUnlicensed National Information Infrastructure (bandwidth for wireless LAN Networks by FCC 5.15-5.35 GHz and 5.75-5.825 GHz)
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In addition to the U-NII devices, there are other devices that have been interfering with TDWRs.
The ability of DFS to detect and avoid TDWRs was demonstrated in field tests in a controlled environment with a limited sample of U-NII devices (Carroll et al.
In 2012 Congress passed "Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act", in which section 6406(b)(1) required the NTIA in consultation with the Department of Defense and other impacted agencies, to conduct a study evaluating known and proposed spectrum-sharing technologies and the risk to federal users if the FCC allowed U-NII devices to operate in the 5350-5470 MHz and 5850-5925 MHz bands.
The FCC requires the U-NII device to operate at least 6 dB below the mean equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) value of 30 dBm.
The U-NII Order and the DTV Orders push in diametrically opposite directions.
It addresses a number of applications including U-NII, 802.11a, HiperLAN2, Japanese WLAN and cordless telephony.
The 100Base-T bridges operate in the license-exempt U-NII 5.8 GHz frequency band, and can be installed without frequency coordination or Industry Canada licensing.
Due to the rapidly growing demand for broadband wireless communication, the operating frequency is moving toward the 5 GHz U-NII band.
The system operates in the unlicensed national information infrastructure (U-NII) spectrum (using two separate 100-MHz bands within the spectrum) with a split-modulation system architecture that provides full-duplex operation in the 5.3/5.7-GHz frequency bands.
Due to the fast growing demand for broadband wireless communications, the operating frequency band is moving toward the 5 GHz U-NII band.
This article presents a fully-integrated 5 GHz CMOS voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO)for a U-NII band 802.lla WLAN application.
The low profile, miniature Xinger is designed for U-NII and HiperLAN applications, and features a maximum insertion loss of 0.25 dB, isolation of 20 dB (min) and phase balance of [plus or minus]3[degrees].