EWA Supports TAC Recommendations
- Interference Realities: No radio environment is free of interference. TAC recommends that all wireless services, and the systems deployed on their allocated spectrum, be designed to provide for a reasonable degree of interference-resistance and should plan for instances of service degradation or interruption.
- Responsibilities of [Radio] Services: Just as transmitters are responsible for minimizing the amount of energy they transmit outside their authorized frequencies and geographic areas, receivers should be designed to protect against receiving interference outside their assigned channels.
- Regulatory Requirements and Action: The TAC recommends principles intended to help the Commission make the best possible allocation decisions. Decisions regarding appropriate interference protection levels should be based on quantitative analyses of interactions between the services involved.