AUTOMATED SOLUTION OF COMBINED INTERFERENCE MATRICES.
Quarterly rept. no. 5, 15 June-15 Sep 63,
GEORGIA INST OF TECH ATLANTA ENGINEERING EXPERIMENT STATION
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Reearch concerns a program to establish and evaluate procedures for assigning frequencies to complex communications systems. Such assignments are to provide interference free communications insofar as interference can be represented and hence inhibited by combined mutual interference matrices, communication system characteristics, and limited propagation models. A review of the basic concepts and requirements of frequency assignments for basic communications networks is presented in order to establish a point of departure in the consideration of complex communication networks. The general problem of frequency assignment is discussed and a set of assumptions is established in order to specify a first approximate model of a complex communication network. Criteria and definitions are established for the identification of interference elements, interference classes, communication sites, communication links, and communication equipments. Author