well as methods for mitigating the impact of interference. Finally, Chapter 5 provides the committee’s recommendations for continuing to enable passive scientific uses of the radio spectrum. The committee’s findings are presented throughout the report and in Chapter 5, and an acronym list and glossary of terms are provided in the appendixes, in addition to other useful supplementary material.
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