ITU-R RA: Radioastronomy
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ITU-R RA

Radioastronomy

 
Preferred frequency bands for radio astronomical measurements  
Protection of frequencies for radioastronomical measurements in the shielded zone of the Moon  
Protection of the radio astronomy service from transmitters operating in adjacent bands  
Protection of the radio astronomy service from spurious emissions  
Protection criteria used for radio astronomical measurements  
Protection of the radio astronomy service in frequency bands shared with other services  
Protection of the radio astronomy service from unwanted emissions resulting from applications of wideband digital modulation  
Protection of radio astronomy measurements above 60 GHz from ground based interference  
A radio-quiet zone in the vicinity of the L2 Sun-Earth Lagrange point  
Levels of data loss to radio astronomy observations and percentage-of-time criteria resulting from degradation by interference for frequency bands allocated to the radio astronomy service on a primary basis  
Technical and operational characteristics of ground-based astronomy systems for use in sharing studies with active services between 10 THz and 1 000 THz  
Reference radio astronomy antenna pattern to be used for compatibility analyses between non-GSO systems and radio astronomy service stations based on the epfd concept  
Mutual planning between the Earth exploration-satellite service (active) and the radio astronomy service in the 94 GHz and 130 GHz bands  
Preferred frequency bands for radio astronomical measurements in the range 1-3 THz  

 

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