Frequency Coordination 101 for Broadcasters

December 18, 2017

The need for a good, inexpensive STL solution for broadcasters is a major concern for engineers. The lower cost aspect of unlicensed operation is tempting, but with no guarantee of signal performance, power limitations and the possibility of interference, that option can result in more headaches than one might expect.

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