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Reference:
FM44_27
Last update: 31-01-2017

Deliverable:
Rev. ECC Report
Short Name:
Earth stations near airfields
Subject:
Revision of ECC Report 066 “Protection of Aircraft from Satellite earth Stations operating on the ground in the vicinity of Airfields”
Related Work Item:
SE40_32
Scope:
To reconsider the High Intensity Radiated Field (HIRF) level of 20 V/mspecified in ECC Report 066, which is used for the protection of civil andmilitary aircrafts (aeroplanes and helicopters) from earth station emissions. Basedon that, all the relevant issues and consequences will be investigated andexamined further, such as the operation of earth stations (E-s) within and inthe vicinity of airfields (airports and helipads), located in land, on shipsand aircrafts, at corresponding satellite frequency bands for GSO and non-GSO satellites.


FM44 will cooperate with SE40. SE40 will submit the revised ECC Report 066 to WGSE for approval for public consultation.
Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 05-02-2016
T: 13-10-2017
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Comments:
WG FM 44 has met with European aviation experts, who note that the aircraft protection criteria used as basis of Report 066 is not the appropriate criteria for aircraft protection from HIRF. Current aircraft protection criteria and methodologies specified in standards  established by international aviation regulatory bodies (e.g. EASA and FAA), can be used for the revision of ECC Report 066. 

This is expected to result in the reduction of coordination distances and/or removal of any restrictions on the operation of earth stations within and in the vicinity of airfields regarding the protection of civil and military aircrafts (aeroplanes and helicopters) from earth station emissions. WG FM 44 will involve competent aviation safetyauthorities such as EASA, national and international aviation authorities (e.g.ICAO) and other relevant international bodies (e.g. NATO) and working groupswithin ECC to contribute to the work.

ECC#42 approved a liaison statement to EASA with regard to to reconsider the ECC Report 066 and the HIRF (High-Intensity Radiated Field(HIRF) Environment) level of 20 V/m used, by CEPT, for the protection ofaircraft from satellite earth station emissions.

WGFM#86 agreed an LS to WGSE to review the guidance to the HIRF protection of aircraft from earth stations in the vicinity of and on aerodromes and to amend ECC Report 066 accordingly.





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Reference:
FM44_28
Last update: 07-02-2017

Deliverable:
ECC Decision
Short Name:
Ku-band NGSO
Subject:
Earth stations operating to NGSO systems in 10.7-12.75 GHz (space to Earth) and 14-14.5GHz (Earth to space) FSS allocation (for fixed and moving platforms)
Related Work Item:
SE40_28
Scope:

Develop an ECC Decision on harmonized use, exemption from individual licensing of fixed earth stations with NGSO FSS satellite systems in 10.7-12.75 GHz (space to Earth) and 14-14.5 GHz (Earth to space).

Note that FM44 is still working on regulatory issues before deciding the way to proceed with in-motion earth stations operating with NGSO satellite systems in 10.7-12.75 GHz and 14-14.5 GHz.

Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 05-02-2016
T: 05-02-2018
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Comments:
Identify similarities and differences of existing GSO and NGSO ECC Decisions. Identify technical, regulatory and operational restrictions, define technical essential characteristics, define regulatory regime. Regulatory framework at ECC (ECC Decisions and ECC Reports) already exist in the 14.0-14.5 GHz and 27.5-30 GHz for equipment at fixed and moving platforms.




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Reference:
FM44_29
Last update: 02-03-2017

Deliverable:
ECC Decision , Rev. ECC Decision
Subject:
Revision of ECC Decisions (05)09, (06)10, (11)01, as well as withdrawal of ECTRA Decision (97)02 and ERC Decision (98)15.
Scope:
Revision of ECC Decisions (05)09 - earth stations onboard vessels in C-Band, (06)10 on transitional arrangements for the fixed service and tactical links  -update, (11)01 to bring in line with WRC-19 results, as well as withdrawal of ECTRA Decision (97)02 on S-PCS authorisation´and withdrawal of ERC Decision (98)15 (Omitracs/Euteltracs)
Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 21-10-2016
T: 30-06-2017
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Comments:
ECC#44 in March 2017 approved the withdrawal of ECTRA/DEC(97)02 and the revisions of ECC/DEC/(11)01, ECC/DEC/(05)09 and ECC/DEC/(06)10 for publication.
The new ECC Decision for withdrawal of ERC Decision (98)15 was approved for public consulation.




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Reference:
FM44_31
Last update: 28-02-2017

Deliverable:
ECC Decision
Short Name:
Ku-band land-based in-motion earth stations
Subject:
Land based in-motion earth stations operating with GSO FSS systems in the 10.7-12.75 GHz (space to Earth) and 14-14.5 GHz (Earth to space) bands (“Ku band”)

Scope:
Develop a new ECC Decision on 'The harmonized use of frequencies, exemption from individual licensing and free circulation of land-based in-motion earth stations, including vehicle-mounted earth stations and earth stations on trains, operating with GSO FSS systems in the 10.7-12.75 GHz (space to Earth) and 14-14.5 GHz (Earth to space) bands'
Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 03-02-2017
T: 16-05-2018
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Comments:
Land-based in-motion earth stations such as vehicle mounted earth stations or earth stations on trains are to be deployed within Europe as part of connected and autonomous vehicles and self-driving Vehicles, and also for broadband mobility applications. Such deployments will have to be subjected to certain technical and regulatory conditions, amongst other things, to maintain compatibility with other existing services.
Compatibility studies should be carried by the CEPT.




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Reference:
FM44_32
Last update: 15-02-2017

Deliverable:
ECC Report
Subject:
Develop an ECC Report on satellite solutions for 5G



Scope:
Any satellite aspects related to IMT-2020 networks (see doc. FM(17)032)


Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 03-02-2017
T: 16-05-2018
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Comments:
Development of the ECC Report in FM44 in cooperation with ECC PT1.




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