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Reference:
SRD/MG_02
Last update: 11-02-2016

Deliverable:

Subject:
Strategy for SRDs
Scope:
A long term strategy for SRDs
Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
Regular Work item
Comments:
Request to ECO to search in App.3 of Rec.70-03 for national restrictions. Rec. 70-03 created directly from EFIS database. Administrations can update their national implementation information directly in EFIS.




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Reference:
SRD/MG_03
Last update: 08-02-2017

Deliverable:
ECC Recommendation , ECC Report
Subject:
SRDs
Scope:
Annexes (new or revised) to SRD Recommendation, ERC Decisions and reports.
Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
Regular Work item
Comments:
WG FM#87 (Jan.Feb. 2017)  approved amendments of the main texts, Annex 9 and Annex 10 of ERC Recommendation 70-03 for public consultation. The main texts of the Recommendation includes necessary updates to reflect the RE Directive. Annex 9 includes amendments for the scope and 13.56 MHz entries (for inductive SRD, RFID inbcuding NFC applications). Annex 10 includes a new entry for radiomicrophone use in the band 1518-1525 MHz.
WG FM approved the new informative Annex 13 of Rec. 70-03 covering terrestrial applications operating under general authorisation regime which are not covered by Annexes 1 to 12 of the ERC Recommendation 70-03, and for which an ERC/ECC Decision exist, for publication. In relation the deletion of the entry for 77-81 GHz in Annex 5 of Rec. 70-03 was approved since this entry is now included in Annex 13.   
SRD/MG plans revisions of annexes 1, 2, and 3 for submission to the next WGFM meeting.




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Reference:
SRD/MG_07
Last update: 08-02-2017

Deliverable:
ECC Report
Subject:
Future spectrum for UHF SRD (incl. automotive), RFID, Smart Metering, Smart Grids, Alarms and Social Alarms applications
Related Work Item:
SE24_42
SE24_54
Scope:
Study future spectrum needs
Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 20-05-2010
T: 12-10-2017
*
Comments:

UHF Roadmap - concerns frequencies in 862-870, 870-876 and 915-921 MHz. CEPT Report 59 was finally approved by ECC#42 in June 2016 for publication and sending it to the EC.

WGFM#87 (Jan.Feb. 2017): the draft Addendum to the CEPT Report 59 in response to the EC Permanent Mandate on the ”Annual update of the technical annex of the Commission Decision on the technical harmonisation of radio spectrum for use by short range devices - Possibilities for a harmonisation approach for the bands 870-876 MHz and 915-921 MHz also taking into account new opportunities in the band 862-868 MHz" was approved for submission to the ECC for final approval for publication and sending to the EC. In relation, WG FM agreed to send a liaison statement to ETSI regarding the associated standardisation activities which are needed.

The SRD/MG was tasked by WG FM to study UHF Ultra-Narrow-Band SRD applications in data networks.

WG FM agreed a liaison statement to WG SE to request additional investigations on the possible use of narrowband networked SRD in one channel close to 915 MHz, also used by UHF RFID.




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Reference:
SRD/MG_30
Last update: 08-02-2017

Deliverable:
ECC Recommendation , ECC Report
Subject:
Wireless Aids for the hearing impaired and further harmonisation possibilities for ALD/TRS (telecoil replacement systems)
Related Work Item:
SE24_44
Scope:

Develop improved regulation for ALD applications in the VHF frequencies (174-216 MHz) and develop regulation for telecoil replacement systems

 

Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 30-03-2012
T: 12-10-2017
*
Comments:

ECC Report 230 published in May 2015. A revision of Annex 10 of ERC-REC 70-03 was approved for publication (ALDs in 174-216 MHz).

WGFM tasked SRD/MG to discuss further harmonisation possibilities for TRS (outside maritime and aeronautical allocations), study results from WGSE expected to become available in 2017. WGFM#87 (Jan.Feb. 2017) send a liaison statement to WGSE (SE24) to clarify the expections with regard to the study results, i.e. to identify the operational conditions for TRS in 1656.5-1660 MHz.





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Reference:
SRD/MG_32
Last update: 17-06-2016

Deliverable:
Other
Subject:
CEPT Contributions concerning ITU-R Resolution 54-1 and ITU-R Report SM.2153 - Coordination 
Scope:

1) Update the European content.

2) Contribute to study items as described in RES 54-1 to foster better regional and global harmonisation for SRD applications.. 

 

 

Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
Regular Work item
Comments:
ITU-R WP1B elevated the working document towards a new proposed draft Recommendation on SRD categorisation. It is expected that the new PDNR will be finally approved by SG1 in June 2017.




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Reference:
SRD/MG_33
Last update: 08-02-2017

Deliverable:
ECC Recommendation
Subject:
Consider an amendment of Annex 10 of the ERC Recommendation 70-03 for to radio microphone applications including aids for the hearing impaired, by including the bands 1350-1400 MHz, 1492-1518 MHz (and possibly 1525 MHz)
Related Work Item:
SE07_21
Scope:
For to radio microphone applications including aids for the hearing impaired, by including the bands 1350-1400 MHz, 1492-1518 MHz under individual licensing and for special events. Additional considerations on 1518-1525 MHz.
Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 28-09-2012
T: 19-05-2017
*
Comments:

WGFM#86 approved the revised Annex 10 of Rec. 70-03 with 1350-1400 MHz included and tasked SRD/MG to work on inclusion of 1518-1525 MHz in Annex 10. WGFM#87 (Jan./Feb. 2017) approved the draft revised Annex 10 with 1518-1525 MHz included for public consultation.

 





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Reference:
SRD/MG_35
Last update: 08-02-2017

Deliverable:
Other
Subject:
Review 5805-5815 MHz
Related Work Item:
SE24_49
Scope:
Define need for studies to find out precise limits for the operating conditions for RTTT DSRC to be compatible with the radiolocation service.
Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 08-02-2013
T: 17-05-2018
*
Comments:

Lack of technical studies when the RTTT DSRC was identified in the early 1990' in this spectrum. The aim is to achieve regulatory certainty. Work is a result of findings expressed in CEPT Report 44.

WGFM#83  agreed an analysis about eTachograph, Weight and Dimension and Road Tolling Enforcement applications using CEN DSRC technology. The eTachograph, Weight and Dimension applications are new applications and different from road tolling. In order to be able to deploy systems for eTachograph, Weight and Dimension at the target deployment date 02/2019, an urgent regulatory activity with the goal of identifying appropriate spectrum utilisation conditions for these applications is required. WGFM will forward the findings to the next ECC meeting and proposes to the ECC to inform the EC as well as ETSI (cc ASECAP) accordingly based on the information included in the analysis. In addition, WGFM agreed to send a liaison statement to WGSE (cc SEPT24) to request that road tolling enforcement applications based on DSRC will be taken into account under the progressing work item SE24_49 in 5805-5815 MHz. This is to clarify limits and operational conditions for the road tolling mobile enforcement.

Draft ECC Report 250 (WGSE) published. Draft CEPT Report 59 contains proposal for harmonisation of 5805-5815 MHz for road tolling in EC Decision for SRDs.

The vast majority of the existing road tolling networks using DSRC technology implemented inEurope operate via the whole 20 MHz (for the free-flow multiple lanes trafficat road toll stations).  There is seen no issue with this extension in the EC Decision for SRDs for road tollingapplications on the work under the ‘WAS/RLAN extension’ mandate. Explanatory text included in the main body of CEPT Report 59 and ASECAP delivered additional information to SRD/MG or this purpose. The investigations in ETSI TC BRAN also cover the whole 20MHz with regard to the development of the mitigation options/techniques. It wasnoted that additional WAS/RLAN spectrum will dominantly be used at hot spots,offices and large buildings and not at the locations of road tolling stations;

WG FM#85 (May 2016) agreed a liaison statement to ETSI and ASECAP with the view that TTT road tolling applications should be considered for improvement of the technology. Possibilities are seen e.g. to make receivers less sensitive, to increase the wanted link emissions or other changes and mitigations used in the technology.

WG FM#87 (Jan.Feb. 2017) agreed a liaison statement to WG SE to request starting studies for Smart Tachograph applications in the frequency range 5795-5815 MHz. The meeting received informastion that the studies will be supported by an ETSI system reference document further on in the process.





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Reference:
SRD/MG_39
Last update: 08-02-2017

Deliverable:
ECC Report , Rev. ECC Decision
Subject:
Urban Rail Systems
Scope:
Analyse the request in ETSI SRdoc TR 103 111 and consider the principle of equal access to shared spectrum for this case, in relation to ITS
Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 10-10-2014
T: 29-09-2017
*
Comments:

WGFM endorsed in 02-2015 the analysis from the SRD/MG and invites ETSI to investigate a solution for Urban Rail Systems inside of ITS. ETSI working in joint ITS / Urban Rail task force on a report which is expected to become available to SRD/MG and WGFM in June/July 2016. SRD/MG discussed in September 2016.

WGFM#86 received an interim report in reply of the original request from ETSI.

WGFM#86 and ECC#43 agreed on a revision of ECC/DEC/(08)01 with the aim to include Urban Rail Systems. Only applications covered by existing compatibility studies in WGSE to be covered.

WG FM#87 (Jan./Feb. 2017) agreed a liaison statement to ETSI requesting to further investigate common Urban Rail/ITS spectrum sharing solutions. The SRD/MG was tasked to create an ECC Report in addition to the revision of ECC Decision (08)01. The aforementioned liaison statement describes the WG FM agreed workplan for the SRD/MG.





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Reference:
SRD/MG_40
Last update: 08-02-2017

Deliverable:
Other
Short Name:
5GHz_RLAN_vehicles
Subject:
Study 5 GHz RLAN in vehicles
Scope:
Provide an analysis to WGFM indicating necessary actions in regulation and/or standardisation
Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 20-02-2015
T: 20-10-2017
*
Comments:

SRD/MG delivered to WGFM#83 in May 2015 a first analysis which was endorsed by WGFM. The usage of current SRD regulation is recommended. Furth investigations about a European 'ISM mode' in 5725-5875 MHz needed asw well as discussions of questions raised by ETSI TC BRAN.

WG FM#84 (February 2016) decided to task the SRD/MG to consider developing clarifying language until the WG FM meeting in May 2016 on the use of the frequency band 5725–5875 MHz for SRD/RLAN operation (max. e.i.r.p. = 25 mW) on-board aircraft in ERC Recommendation 70-03 to satisfy short term needs of the civil aviation sector (this may also be relevant for other areas, such as usage in cars, trains etc.). The considerations may also include discussions on indoor equivalent use on-board trains or vehicles. WGFM#86 approved an explanatory paper on 5 GHz RLAN in vehicles that is also reference3d in the introduction of Rec. 70-03.

WGFM#85 (May 2016) agreed to request WGSE (PT SE24) to conduct investigations about SRD usage incars equipped with 5.8 GHz road toll equipment, RLAN use based on the 5.8 GHzSRD regulation (25 mW) as well as co-channel ITS communications (5855-5875MHz). The aim is not to change regulations but to investigate potential problems when having all these applications implemented in the same car. This request was triggered by France and supported by Portugal, Norway, Austria, Greece, Italy, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Switzerland and Spain. WGFM decided to extend thestudies to include any other 25 mW SRD use with ITS (5855-5875 MHz) as victim and road tolling (5795–5815 MHz) as a victim. WGFM further invited concerned stakeholders to consider RLAN/SRDs to be considered as victims if they wish to do so.It is expected that the relevant ECC LoU partners, C2C, Wi-Fi Alliance, ACEA,ASECAP and LPRA, also take into account the new task according to the liaisonstatement to WG SE and contribute to the work if they consider that as necessary.

WGFM#87 (Jan./Feb. 2017) approved a revised explanatory paper for RLAN usage in vehicles. This is referenced in Rec. 70-03





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Reference:
SRD/MG_41
Last update: 11-02-2016

Deliverable:
ECC Report , Rev. ECC Recommendation
Subject:
New ECC Report
Scope:
a) to reconsider after the 6th Update changes to the format in the Annexes in ERC Recommendation 70-03 to bring the technical annex of the EC Decision and ERC Recommendation 70-03 close together or make as identical as possible, and b) to continue to work with ETSI on additional parameters (channelling and/or channel access and occupation rules), as outlined in section 5.11 of the draft CEPT Report 59, as a precondition for a future withdrawal of the existing related other usage restrictions;
Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 05-02-2016
T: 25-05-2017
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Comments:




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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.