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Solar interference in land stations

Near the months of March and September, the Sun, in its apparent movement in the sky, passes behind the satellites, causing an interference in the antennas of the land stations. Below are some tools for calculating solar interference prediction at these times of the year.

Calculation of solar interference in earth stations in Brazil by city.
 
*only in portuguese
Calculation of solar interference in earth stations in Brazil by state.
 
*only in portuguese
Calculation of solar interference in earth stations in Brazil.
 
*only in portuguese
Calculation of solar interference at stations in Latin America.
 
*only in spanish

Compliance report

On January 30, 2019, Anatel Resolution 700, and the need to issue Compliance Reports - RCE, came into force, within the requirements of this new resolution for the operation of transmitting land stations.
 
This document concerns the limits of exposure of the population to radiation caused by radio communication transmitters, such as cell phone stations, radio access, point-to-point radio, and satellite.
Every transmitter station with power equal to or greater than 2W must have a Compliance Report with the parameters established by Anatel.
 
In the case of new stations, the Compliance Report is a prerequisite for the person in charge to issue the declaration that will be used in their licensing.

Relatório 700

In order to facilitate the compliance of our customers to the networks to Anatel's requirements, we created the service "Relatório 700" that provides the theoretical evaluation of the stations, based on parameters such as: location, diameter and angle of elevation of the antenna and transmitted power. After this evaluation, we issue the compliance report for each station.
 
In order to request this service, please contact your .