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SE07_25
Last update: 11-05-2017
ECC Report

Broadband PMR/PAMR and M2M sharing and compatibility studies in the bands 410-430 and 450-470 MHz


FM54_02 (FM_31)
FM54_03
SE07_26

A single ECC Reportcovering both WIs SE7_25 and SE7_26 (BB PPDR at 410-430 MHZ) will be drafted.

S: 29-04-2016
T: 01-01-2018

Studies shall be based on LTE technology used for PMR/PAMR and NB IoT and they may also cover other land mobile radiosystems, e.g. MFCN.

The affected systems, which should be taken into account in the studies,are in the ECC Report 240 on BB-PPDR.
In Progress
SE07_26
Last update: 15-05-2017
ECC Report Complementary compatibility and sharing studies for BB-PPDR systems operating in the frequency band 410-430 MHz,
SE07_25
A single ECC Report covering both WIs SE7_25 andSE7_26 (BB PPDR at 410-430 MHZ) will be drafted.
S: 29-04-2016
T: 01-01-2018
To conduct additional studies to compatibility calculations for PPDR activity in the 410-430 MHz band contained in ECC Report 240 for the frequency band 410-430 MHz
In Progress
SE07_27
Last update: 15-05-2017
ECC Report Thresholds for the coordination of CDMA and LTE broadband systems in the 400 MHz band
FM54_04

TheWI addresses thresholds for the coordination of CDMA and LTE broadband systemsin the 400 MHz band.

The scenarios will involve:

- LTE systems on bothsides of a border;

- An LTE system on oneside of the border and a CDMA system on the other side.

ECC Report 108 already describes the situation of 2 systems CDMA vs CDMA.

In particular, PCI code coordination for LTE systems is considered as an option to allow for the relaxation of threshold values (with the same centre frequencies or overlapping frequency use, preferential or non-preferential PCI codes).

S: 30-09-2016
T: 01-09-2017

The purpose is to beused for a future revision of T/R 25-08.

Reference document :SE(16)073: LS from WG FM to WG SE requesting the 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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