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SFI: 71= | Ap index:  24  | Kp index:  4  ( 4 @05:30,  5 @08:30)| X-ray flux:  A4.0 
SW: Density= 3.4 p/cm3 | Speed= 612.3 km/s | Temp=324(x1000)K
IMF: Bx=-5.5nT | By=3.6nT | Bz= -1.2 nT | Bt= 6.7 nT | Lat= -10.6 ° | Lon=147.2°
Sunspots: 0 | Area: 0 10-6/Hemi | New regions: 0
[i]X-ray flares: C=0 M=0 X=0 | Optical flares: M1=0 M2=0 M3=0 | Sub-flares=0
Wireless communications status (not updated at the moment)
The plots show the current status of some of the most used wireless systems. Their approximate degradation is calculated using the current solar flux intensity and factors such as typical link margins and signal-to-noise ratios, specific to each system.

Note: This is an averaged daily estimate of the solar activity impact on wireless communications.


GPS


Frequency: 1.575GHz

TX Output: +57dBm

Coverage: 21000Km

TX antenna gain: 13dBi

RX antenna gain: 2dBi

Modulation: -

Coding rate: -
Current GPS radio health


WCDMA
3G/UMTS


Frequency: 2.2140GHz

TX Output: +45dBm

Coverage: 10Km

TX antenna gain: 15dBi

RX antenna gain: 0dBi

Modulation: QPSK

Coding rate: 1/3
Current WCDMA radio health


WLAN
WiFi/802.11b,g,n


Frequency: 2.4GHz

TX Output: +17dBm

Coverage: ~100m

TX antenna gain: 6dBi

RX antenna gain: -1.5dBi

Modulation: OFDM,DSSS

Coding rate: 1/2
Current WLAN radio health


WLL
WiFi/802.11a,ac
WiMax/802.16



Frequency: 5.8GHz

TX Output: +23dBm

Coverage: ~0.2Km/5Km

TX antenna gain: 24dBi

RX antenna gain: 24dBi

Modulation: OFDM,B/QPSK,16/64QAM

Coding rate: 1/2,2/3,3/4,5/6
Current WLL radio health


LTE-800


Frequency: 876.5MHz

TX Output: +46dBm

Coverage: 10Km

TX antenna gain: 15dBi

RX antenna gain: 0dBi

Modulation: 64QAM

Coding rate: 3/4
Current LTE-800 radio health


LTE-1800


Frequency: 1855MHz

TX Output: +46dBm

Coverage: 5Km

TX antenna gain: 15dBi

RX antenna gain: 0dBi

Modulation: 64QAM

Coding rate: 3/4
Current LTE-1800 radio health


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