This standard enables the development of cost-effective, multi-vendor white space dynamic spectrum access radio systems capable of interoperable operation in white space frequency bands on a non-interfering basis to incumbent users in these frequency bands. This standard facilitates a variety of applications, including the ones capable to support high mobility, both low-power and high-power, short-, medium, and long-range, and a variety of network topologies. This standard is a baseline standard for a family of other standards that are expected to be developed focusing on particular applications, regulatory domains, etc.This standard specifies a radio interface including medium access control (MAC) sublayer(s) and physical (PHY) layer(s) of white space dynamic spectrum access radio systems supporting fixed and mobile operation in white space frequency bands, while avoiding causing harmful interference to incumbent users in these frequency bands. The standard provides means to support P1900.4a for white space management and P1900.6 to obtain and exchange sensing related information (spectrum sensing and geolocation information).
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