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Subject: [Question] bandwidth for IMT-2000, -10dB or 15 dB
Posted by: heesuk lee
E-mail: hslee(at)osp(dot)chungbuk(dot)ac(dot)kr(no spam)
I've heard that In the IMT-2000 case, the return loss is limited at -15dB for an available bandwidth, right?
but, I've already done this work at -10dB.
therefore I'd like to know an exact standard for IMT-2000 as soon as possible.
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