On reconsideration in the Part 90 3650-3700 MHz band rulemaking, the FCC stated the opinion that adjacent band interference could be analyzed with a third or fourth power dependence of path loss on distance, rather than the second power dependence for line-of-sight. On average over all the possible interference path distances, the FCC is very likely correct. However, here we are trying to identify cases where a Part 90 transmitter could cause interference by being located very close to an adjacent band earth station, and these short interference paths are much more likely to be line-of-sight.

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Orthogonality , as it applies to most DSP work, simply means that multiplying two orthogonal sequences together and taking the sum of the resulting sequence yields a result that is zero. If the multiplication and addition is done numerically, the result may not be exactly zero, but it will be close to zero with respect to the amplitude of the functions.

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