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Mitigation techniques


Mitigation techniques are technologies used in radiocommunications to reduce the likelihood of interference from a radio transmitter to other users. Mitigation techniques are used in situations where a large group of users have to share a frequency band or where a certain application has to share a frequency band with another radio service which has a higher priority and therefore may not be hindered.

Mitigation techniques range from very simple techniques to reduce the power to the minimum necessary for a connection to complex technologies to monitor the radio environment and select a free channel.

Some examples of mitigation techniques are:

  • Transmitter Power Control (TPC),
  • Listen Before Talk (LBT),
  • Adaptive Frequency Agility (AFA) / Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS),
  • Medium Access Protocols.

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