Re: SAW Filter limitations
Steve Stroh N8GNJ <steve.n8gnj@...>
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This view is probably heretical, but here goes.
The US band plan is largely an accident of a lot of spectrum chasing a small use base, adopted in a very different time, assuming very different technology. Thus, allocation of multiple 6 MHz channels that go unused in most of the US.
And, of course, Line A, which I seem to be forever cursed to live North of... in my latest location, less than a few miles, which rules out 420-430 in parts of the US.
And in a few really rare locations like San Diego and Atlanta, interference from our US Government spectrum landlords.
So, maximum spectrum flexibility within 420 - 450 would be best.
My point is to assume very little about historical uses of 420-450 MHz, especially given that 100 KHz channels will be used - I think it's safe to assume that there will be demand in much of the US (South of Line A) that will want to be using 420-430 MHz, so plan on that variant of the UDRX.
On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 8:50 AM, <bhhoyer@...> wrote: