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Ultra High Frequency is conventionally the band of frequencies that goes from 300 MHz to 3 GHz. Within this broad band of frequencies are allocated segments for different services: radio communication, most of the TV channels, from cellular telephony, wireless networks , as well as frequencies used in domestic microwave ovens. It is also used for military aeronautical communications.

Projects with this TAG (2)

Active project

Mitigation techniques of the interference generated in TV distribution installations by 4G/5G signals in the 700 and 800 MHz bands

The activation in the UHF band of 4G/5G Base Stations can have in some areas an impact on TV reception, especially in case of community antenna installations. The adoption of proper interference mitigation techniques, such as the insertion of specifically designed filters at the head-end of the distribution network, allows to mimimise the effects in most situations.

Completed project

Assessment of the interference generated by the LTE signal on the head-end amplifiers of the TV reception systems

The presence of 800 MHz LTE signals within the UHF band traditionally used to distribute television signals may in some cases cause interference problems.