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FM44_27
Last update: 18-06-2020
ECC Recommendation , Rev. ECC Decision HIRF protection of aircraft from earth stations
SE40_32
To identify up to date aeronautical regulations defining the HIRF protection levels of aircraft that maintain aeronautical safety. To assist SE40 in its work on the revision of ECC Report 66.

To study consequently the implied modifications on  existing ECC Decisions dealing with exemption of individual licensing for C-, Ku-, Ka-band satellite terminals. To assist administrations using  the HIRF regulations and methodology established by airworthiness bodies for coordinated earth stations.   

Develop a new ECC Recommendation on “Guidance and method of calculating HIRF level from high e.i.r.p. fixed Earth Station located outside of the wedge shaped area of an airport or helipad”



S: 05-02-2016
T: 30-10-2020

The new ECC Report 272 superseeding ECC Report 066 has been published. FM44 is subsequently studying the implications for revisons in existing ECC Decisions.

 

In Progress
FM44_35
Last update: 28-02-2019
ECC Decision ESOMPs mounted on aircraft operating with NGSO FSS in 17.3-20.2 GHz, 27.5-29.1 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz SE40_37
Update to the ECC Decision (15)04 on ”the harmonised use, free circulation and exemption from individual licensing of Land and Maritime Earth Stations On Mobile Platforms (ESOMPs) operating with NGSO FSS satellite systems in the frequency ranges 17.3-20.2 GHz, 27.5-29.1 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz” to address ESOMPs mounted on aircraft.
S: 08-02-2019
T: 15-12-2020
Update to studies in ECC Report 217 may be required to include pfd mask for protection of the fixed service stations from ECC Report 184.
In Progress
FM44_36
Last update: 18-06-2020
ECC Decision

1) Designation of the frequency bands for GALILEO and GLONASS in CEPT.

2) Coexistence between the amateur service / amateur satellite service and the radionavigation-satellite receivers (GALILEO, GLONASS) in the frequency band 1240-1 300 MHz.



SE40_39

1) To develop an ECC Decision to designate the frequency bands for GALILEO and GLONASS in CEPT.

2) To develop an ECC Decision on technical conditions to achieve coexistence between amateur service/ amateur-satellite service and the radionavigation-satellite receivers in the frequency band 1 240-1 300 MHz


S: 14-02-2020
T: 26-05-2023
2 ECC Decisions

Frequency bands subject for designation according to item 1): 1164-1215 MHz, 1237-1300 MHz,1559-1620 MHz.

WG SE (SE PT 40)support the work by performing detailed studies of the various amateur service scenarios versus the radionavigation-satellite service in the frequency range 1 240-1 300 MHz.



In Progress
FM44_37
Last update: 17-07-2020
Rev. ECC Report , Rev. ECC Decision Revise ECC Decisions 13(01) and (15)04 and ECC Report 184
SE40_41

To revise ECC Decisions 13(01) and(15)04 in light of WRC-19 outcome on AI1.5 and in particular:

a)   update the technical and regulatory conditions for maritime ESOMPs to protect terrestrial services and allow use of Maritime ESOMPs in the entire 27.5-30 GHz band.

b)   allowuse of Aeronautical ESOMPs in the entire 27.5-30 GHz band with existing technical conditions to protect terrestrial systems.

To revise ECC Report 184 accordingly


S: 14-02-2020
T: 23-10-2021

Amended ECC Decisions

Amended ECC Report

The conditions for maritime ESIMs to protect terrestrial services mayhave to be updated with SE40 technical results through a 70 km minimum distance from the low-water mark rather than a PFD threshold or a combination of both.

In Progress
FM44_38
Last update: 07-07-2020
Rev. ECC Decision
Measures to ensure that any terrestrial use of the bands 1980-2010 MHz and 2170-2200 MHz is compatible with MSS/CGC operations

Measures to ensure that any terrestrial use of the bands 1980-2010 MHz and 2170-2200 MHz is compatible with MSS/CGC operations.This includes establishing technical conditions to provide compatibility and where compatibility is not feasible, to encourage the transition of terrestrial systems.
S: 15-06-2020
T: 30-07-2021
An amended version of ECC Decision (06)10

Terrestrial use includes FS, TRR and video PMSE,but not limited to.

In Progress
FM44_39
Last update: 07-07-2020
Rev. ECC Decision Revision of ERC Decision (00)02, to reflect planned satellite use of the band 37.5-40.5 GHz in CEPT.
FM44_40

To establish/update the framework for use of FSS earth stations on a coordinated basis in the bands 37.5-40.5 GHz.

This includes:
-         Revisions to ERC Decision (00)02 to: (a) add a designation of the band 37.5-39.5 GHz for coordinated FSS earth stations(space-to-Earth) (retaining the current designation of this band for point-to-point fixed links); and (b) retain designations of the band 39.5-40.5 GHz for coordinated and uncoordinated FSS Earth stations (space-to-Earth); and add a designation of the band 39.5-40.5 GHz for MSS earth stations (space-to Earth).


S: 15-06-2020
T: 30-07-2021
Amended ERC Decision (00)02
In Progress
FM44_40
Last update: 07-07-2020
ECC Decision New ECC Decision to reflect planned satellite use of the bands 47.2-50.2 GHz and 50.4-52.4 GHz in CEPT
FM44_39
To establish a framework for use of FSS uplinks based on: (a) use of the bands 47.2-48.2 GHz and 50.4-52.4 GHz for coordinated earth stations(Earth-to-space); and (b) use of the band 48.2-50.2 GHz for coordinated and uncoordinated earth stations (Earth-to-space).
S: 15-06-2020
T: 30-07-2021
Protection criteria from RESOLUTION 750 (REV.WRC-15) will be used when considering technical studies.
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* Target dates are seen as the intended date for the final approval of the related deliverable by the responsible entity. Internal deadlines for project teams and dates for the start of Public Consultations can be reflected in the remarks column. In general this implies that the draft deliverable should be completed by the project team one WG meeting earlier for publication.
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