The National Telecommunications Agency (ANATEL) of Brazil proposes an act approving the power limits for wireless operation in the 2.3 - 2.4 GHz band.
Below is the power limit for operation in the 2.300 - 2.400 MHz band, permitted for use by Personal Mobile Service, Multimedia Communication Service, Fixed Switched Telephone Service, and Private Limited Service:
- Base station, node, repeater: 59 dBm / 10 MHz EIRP by polarization
- Portable mobile station: 26 dBm at transmitter output
- Vehicular mobile station: 40 dBm, EIRP
- Terminal station: 40 dBm, EIRP
The power used must be the minimum necessary to perform the service with good quality and adequate reliability.
The adjacent channel leakge ratio (ACLR) for base stations, nodes, and repeaters must be as follows:
- Bandwidths 5, 10, 15, 20 MHz: 44.2 dB
- Bandwidths 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100: 43.8 dB
The ACLR for a mobile or terminal station must be at least 30 dB.
Spurious emissions shall be a maximum of -30 dBm / MHz (according to ITU-R Rec. SM.329-12, Category B) in the frequency range 1 GHz - 12.75 GHz, for base stations, nodes, or repeaters using an external antenna (not integrated) and for any mobile station or terminal.
Spurious emissions shall be a maximum of -21 dBm / MHz of Total Radiated Power (TRP) in the frequency range 1 GHz - 12.75 GHz for base stations, nodes, or repeaters using an integrated (integral) antenna.