[amsat-bb] Re: Galileo Contract Awarded
rwmcgwier at gmail.com
Fri Jan 8 12:30:34 PST 2010
You call it "the other issue" but it is the only issue. They do not
give a tinker's damn if they interfere with us (and I suspect they
won't) but the ability to sell receivers with CRAP for front ends (in
terms of dynamic range, IMD, etc.) making it cheaper to manufacture is
severely hampered by the "licensed stations" in adjacent bands. There
will be regulatory relief sought for the "health and safety" etc.
services provided by Galileo from those stinking pest hams who are
simply obeying the law on their licensed systems.
I am still of the opinion that this system serves no useful purpose
whatsoever except to say "us too". It is a political impossibility to
turn on SA now in my opinion but now there will be no need to at all. I
suspect a treaty guaranteeing no SA and no allowance for design and sale
of jamming equipment would be a LOT cheaper than this system.
Trevor . wrote:
> --- On Fri, 8/1/10, Ulip Željko <Zeljko.Ulip at plinacro.hr> wrote:
>> Many congratulations to Sir Martin Sweeting and his team.
>> But, what will be hapend with the 23 cm band world wide
>> after Galileo system will be in the orbit?
>> Please take a look to the document below:
> It'll raise the noise floor which could affect satellite based 1260 MHz receivers. The other issue could be the jamming of Galilleo GPS receivers by Amateurs using 1260-1300 MHz, see
> Potential Interference To Galileo From 23cm Band Operations
> 73 Trevor M5AKA
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