For decades, the 3.4 – 4.2 GHz band, commonly known as the C-Band, has been allocated to satellite services in many countries. In addressing the growing demand for public mobile communication services, the 5G network will utilize part of the C-Band in the 3.5 GHz range. The plan from the national authorities are to segregate the C-Band to accommodate both services. However, deploying the 5G network adjacent to the satellite services will cause unwanted interference to the satellite receivers. Several mitigations technique will be required to enable the two services to coexist.
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