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Reference SE24_69
Short Name SRD_COEXIST
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ETSI Deliverable
Subject New co-existence studies between various SRD applications including SRDs in data networks in the 915-919.4 MHz band

Related WI SRD/MG_07
SE24_61
SE07_30
Scope

To study the various solutions for coexistence between various SRDs (including data network) in the 915 – 919.4 MHz band , by performing the following investigations:

• Mutual impact between NBN, UNB and CSS, considering only 500 mW transmissions as interferers
• New opportunities for high-power SRD in data networks in 916.5-917.3 MHz and 917.7-918.5 MHz (max EIRP and max DC to be determined), as described in FM(19)035 - Annex 21 / SE(19)028
• Impact of high-power SRD in data networks (current 500 mW entries and new opportunities) on 25 mW SRD in data networks as per ERC/REC 70-03 - Annex 2 
• Impact of high-power SRD in data networks (current 500 mW entries and new opportunities) on 25 mW wideband SRD in data networks as per ERC/REC 70-03 - Annex 3 
• Impact of high-power SRD in data networks (current 500 mW entries and new opportunities) on RFID interrogators and tags as per ERC/REC 70-03 - Annex 11



Deliverable ECC Report
Responsible group WG SE - SE24
Start date 14-09-2018
Target date 30-09-2021
Public Consultation
Regular Work Item False
Comments

Study also to determine the appropriate levels of power and duty cycle to ensure compatibility with existing SRD in the band in each of the two frequency ranges 916.5 to 917.3 MHz and 917.7 to 918.5 MHz. 

Note: The use of all or part of the bands 915-919.4 MHz may not be available in some European countries due to the use of all or part of these sub-bands for defence/ governmental systems.

UL transmissions will also be taken into account.
Communications between SE
7 and SE24 would be required. 



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Status In Progress
Triggered By WG FM
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