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WLAN Spectral Masks (802.11a/b/g)

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Network

Standard

IEEE 802.11b IEEE 802.11a ETSI BRAN

HiperLAN1

ETSI BRAN

HiperLAN2

Access

Method

CSMA/CA, SSMA CSMA/CA TDMA/EY-NPMA TDMA/TDD
Modulation CCK

(8 complex

chip spreading)

64 QAM-OFDM

16 QAM-OFDM

QPSK-OFDM

BPSK-OFDM

GMSK/FSK 64 QAM-OFDM

16 QAM-OFDM

QPSK-OFDM

BPSK-OFDM

Data Rate

(Mbits/s)

1, 2, 5.5 and 11 6, 9, 12, 18, 24,

36, 48 and 54

23 (HBR)

1.4 (LBR)

6, 9, 12, 18, 27,

36, 48 and 54

Frequency Band

(MHz)

2,400 to 2,483.5 5,150 to 5,250

5,250 to 5,350

5,725 to 5,825

5,150 to 5,300

limited in some

countries to

5,150 to 5,250

5 GHz bands

currently under

study

Channelization 25/30 MHz spacing

3 channels

20 MHz

channel spacing

23.5294 MHz (HBR)

3 channels in

100 MHz and

5 channels in

150 MHz

1.4 MHz (LBR)

20 MHz channel

spacing

4 channels in

100 MHz

Transmit

Power

1,000 mW EIRP

100 mW EIRP

10 mW/MHz EIRP

5,150 to 5,250

10 mW/MHz

200 mW EIRP in

20 MHz channel

5,250 to 5,350

1 W EIRP

 

5,725 to 5,825

4 W EIRP

Three different

classes of power

levels depending

on country

administration

1 W EIRP

100 mW EIRP

10 mW EIRP

Power limits

currently under

study

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