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IEEE 802.19 is the Wireless Coexistence Technical Advisory Group (TAG) within the IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee. The TAG deals with coexistence between unlicensed wireless networks. Many of the IEEE 802 wireless standards use unlicensed spectrum and hence need to address the issue of coexistence. These unlicensed wireless devices may operate in the same unlicensed frequency band in the same location. This can lead to interference between these two wireless networks.

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  • IEEE 802.19 es el Grupo Técnico Asesor (GTA) para Coexistencia Inalámbrica (Wireless Coexistence) en el IEEE 802 LAN / MAN Comité de Normas. El GTA se ocupa de la coexistencia entre redes inalámbricas sin licencia. Muchos de los estándares inalámbricos IEEE 802 usan el espectro sin licencia y por lo tanto existe la necesidad de abordar la cuestión de la coexistencia. Estos dispositivos inalámbricos sin licencia pueden funcionar en la misma banda de frecuencias sin licencia en la misma ubicación. Esto puede conducir a interferencia entre estas dos redes inalámbricas.
  • IEEE 802.19 is the Wireless Coexistence Technical Advisory Group (TAG) within the IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee. The TAG deals with coexistence between unlicensed wireless networks. Many of the IEEE 802 wireless standards use unlicensed spectrum and hence need to address the issue of coexistence. These unlicensed wireless devices may operate in the same unlicensed frequency band in the same location. This can lead to interference between these two wireless networks.
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  • IEEE 802.19 es el Grupo Técnico Asesor (GTA) para Coexistencia Inalámbrica (Wireless Coexistence) en el IEEE 802 LAN / MAN Comité de Normas. El GTA se ocupa de la coexistencia entre redes inalámbricas sin licencia. Muchos de los estándares inalámbricos IEEE 802 usan el espectro sin licencia y por lo tanto existe la necesidad de abordar la cuestión de la coexistencia. Estos dispositivos inalámbricos sin licencia pueden funcionar en la misma banda de frecuencias sin licencia en la misma ubicación. Esto puede conducir a interferencia entre estas dos redes inalámbricas.
  • IEEE 802.19 is the Wireless Coexistence Technical Advisory Group (TAG) within the IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee. The TAG deals with coexistence between unlicensed wireless networks. Many of the IEEE 802 wireless standards use unlicensed spectrum and hence need to address the issue of coexistence. These unlicensed wireless devices may operate in the same unlicensed frequency band in the same location. This can lead to interference between these two wireless networks.
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