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A simple impulsiveness correction factor for control of electromagnetic interference in dynamic wireless applications

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1 Author(s)
Stenumgaard, P.F. ; Div. of Command & Control Syst., Swedish Defence Res. Agency, Linkoping, Sweden

The emerging software defined radio technologies will be an enabler for a new generation of dynamic wireless systems. It will also open up the possibility of allocating frequencies in a, more dynamic way than today. From an intersystem-interference point of view, this can cause unforeseen problems to occur due to the increased complexity in such applications. In such applications, a measure indicating whether or not a frequency band is possible to use from an electromagnetic interference point of view, must be found. A simple approach is to use the measured total average interference power within the receiver band. Since the interference impact on modern digital communication systems from an interference signal does not only depend on the power but also on the actual waveform of the interference signal, some kind of quality measure of the average-power approach would be convenient to use. In this paper, we introduce a simple quality measure of the average-power approach so that a rough adjustment for the interference-waveform properties can be done.

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Communications Letters, IEEE  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 3 )