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Reference:
SE40_28
Last update: 31-01-2017

Deliverable:
ECC Report
Short Name:
NGSO/Ku-band
Subject:

Sharing and compatibility studies on NGSO satellite systems operations at 10.7-12.5 GHz (space-Earth) and their ESOMPs transmitting in the 14 - 14.5 GHz FSS allocation. 



Related Work Item:
FM44_28
Scope:

To carry out studies to determine compatibility between NGSO satellite systems operations at 10.7-12.5 GHz and passive systems including RAS (10.6-10.7 GHz), and also between Earth stations (fixed and on moving platforms) operating with NGSO satellite systems in the 14 - 14.5 GHz frequency band and other services. This work is to assist FM44’s preparation of an ECC Report and/or ECC Decisions. 


Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 29-04-2016
T: 01-09-2017
*
Comments:

-    The work is to be done in close cooperation with SE19.

-    The term “moving platforms”include platforms in the land mobile, maritime and aeronautical environments

-    FM44 target date: 05-02-2018





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Reference:
SE40_29
Last update: 09-05-2016

Deliverable:
Other
Short Name:
AeroGSO/13GHz
Subject:
Impact of operating aircraft mounted GSO ES in the 12.75 – 13.25 GHz (Earth-to-space) FSS allocation
Scope:

To carry out studies to assess the possibility of operating aircraft mounted GSO Earth stations in the 12.75 – 13.25 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency band allocated to the FSS. This assessment will depend on the evaluation of the aeronautical GSO ES potential to cause harmful interference to existing services and other applications of FSS taking into account that this band is subject to  App 30B RR.



Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 29-04-2016
T: 01-01-2018
*
Comments:

The work is to be done in close cooperation with SE19.

Deliverable: Liaise Technical studies to FM44.





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Reference:
SE40_30
Last update: 29-04-2016

Deliverable:
Other
Short Name:
NGSO/13GHz
Subject:
Impact ofoperating NGSO ES (fixed and moving) in the 12.75 - 13.25 GHz band.

Scope:
To carryout studies to assess the possibility of using the 12.75 - 13.25 GHz band(Earth-to-space) by  fixed and movingEarth stations operating with NGSO FSS systems. This assessment will be based on the results on the potential of NGSO ESto cause harmful interference to existing services  and other applications of FSS, taking into accountthat this band is subject to App 30B RR.
Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 29-04-2016
T: 01-01-2018
*
Comments:

-         The work is to be done in closecooperation with SE19.

-         Moving Earth stations include landmobile, maritime and aeronautical Earth stations

Deliverable: Technical studies to support FM44





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Reference:
SE40_31
Last update: 26-01-2017

Deliverable:
Other
Subject:
To review the power flux-density hard limits provided in annex 2 of Resolution 155 (WRC-15) and report on any need to revise or not these limits to ensure protection of fixed service

To define the appropriate protection criteria of fixed service and the parameters to consider in the study

Scope:
Technical study on the pfd mask to protect the Fixed Service (FS) in accordance with
Resolution 155 (WRC-15) in the frequency band  14 – 14.47 GHz

Expected Output: LS from WGSE to CPG 


Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 27-01-2017
T: 01-09-2017
*
Comments:
The work is to be done in close cooperation with SE19.

See SE(17)023

The pfd mask provided in Annex 2 of Resolution 155 (WRC-15) is extracted from Recommendation ITU-R M.1643

Work Item SE40_28 may contain technical elements relevant for this work item




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Reference:
SE40_32
Last update: 25-01-2017

Deliverable:
Rev. ECC Report
Short Name:
HIRF levels from ES
Subject:
Revision of ECC Report 066: HIRF levels between aircraft and earth station
Related Work Item:
FM44_27
Scope:
To revise ECC Report 066 taking into account the following elements established by airworthiness bodies (based on FM44(16)029A8 and FM44(16)037A2):
1) new immunity level of aircraft;
2) minimum separation distances between transmitters and aircraft
3) methodology that is applied for the calculation of HIRF limits in order to maintain aeronautical safety

Expected output: Revised ECC Report 066
Status:
In Progress
Start / Target dates:
S: 27-01-2017
T: 01-09-2017
*
Comments:
ECC communicated with EASA on aeronautical regulation and methodology applied for aeronautical safety in the event of High Intensity Radiated Fields (HIRF) exposure of aircraft.


WGFM concluded that ECC Report 066 does not take into consideration the current aeronautical regulations and requested WGSE/SE40 to review ECC Report 066 using the elements provided by EASA.






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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.