The fingerprints of nature—An ACMA perspectiveBridget KeransSpectrum Infrastructure Branch
What are the fingerprints of nature?
Earth exploration-satellite service (EESS)
Space research service
Active EESS
Active and passive EESS        Passive           Active
EESS and SRS uplinks and downlinks
Radio astronomy service
EESS (passive) and RAS
Interference environment—EESS (passive)
Interference environment—EESS (passive)> In-band interference
Interference environment—EESS (passive)> Out-of-band interference
Interference environment—EESS (passive)> Receiver bandwidth
Interference environment—EESS (passive)> Receiver bandwidth
Interference environment—RAS
Regulatory measures to supportmonitoring of the fingerprints of nature
Principles for spectrum management
Total welfare standard
Mid-West Radio Quiet Zone
EESS uplinks and downlinks
Earth station siting
WA Space Port
Future work> Earth station siting strategy> New RALI> Fingerprints of nature paper> Continued engagement with industry and...
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  • Click through two animations. First is sensing, second is UL and DL. Same technique as slide 16. Will need to add (click) to speech text.
  • Car replaced with terrestrial network
  • Click through to see geographical separation. Same technique as slide 16. Will need to add (click) to speech text.
  • Starts with hand only. Each click brings up a new principle.
  • Just UL and DL no sensing click through
  • Radcomms 2012, Session One: ACMA perspective - Bridget Kerans

    1. 1. The fingerprints of nature—An ACMA perspectiveBridget KeransSpectrum Infrastructure Branch
    2. 2. What are the fingerprints of nature?
    3. 3. Earth exploration-satellite service (EESS)
    4. 4. Space research service
    5. 5. Active EESS
    6. 6. Active and passive EESS Passive Active
    7. 7. EESS and SRS uplinks and downlinks
    8. 8. Radio astronomy service
    9. 9. EESS (passive) and RAS
    10. 10. Interference environment—EESS (passive)
    11. 11. Interference environment—EESS (passive)> In-band interference
    12. 12. Interference environment—EESS (passive)> Out-of-band interference
    13. 13. Interference environment—EESS (passive)> Receiver bandwidth
    14. 14. Interference environment—EESS (passive)> Receiver bandwidth
    15. 15. Interference environment—RAS
    16. 16. Regulatory measures to supportmonitoring of the fingerprints of nature
    17. 17. Principles for spectrum management
    18. 18. Total welfare standard
    19. 19. Mid-West Radio Quiet Zone
    20. 20. EESS uplinks and downlinks
    21. 21. Earth station siting
    22. 22. WA Space Port
    23. 23. Future work> Earth station siting strategy> New RALI> Fingerprints of nature paper> Continued engagement with industry and stakeholders
    24. 24. Bridget KeransNational Infrastructure, Government and Space SectionSpectrum Infrastructure BranchAustralian Communications and Media AuthorityBridget.Kerans@acma.gov.au
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