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Last update: 23-11-2021

Cooperation with RED-CA and ADCO RED


  • Response to requests from RED CA;
  • Guidance on cases where administrations have faced difficulties with opinion from Notified Bodies.
Regular Work item
Cooperation planned with RED CA and ADCO RED
In Progress
Last update: 02-10-2017
Other Monitoring of the development of ETSI Harmonised standards
  • Spreadsheet summarizing the ETSI harmonised standards under development and their relationship with  ECC deliverables and activities 
  • LS to ETSI in case of inconsistencies between ETSI HS and corresponding ECC deliverables
Regular Work item
SE Project Teams to check the spreadsheet andreport to WGSE. 

SE21 to assess consistency with ERC/REC 74-01 and consider receiver parameters.

Information available at

In Progress
Last update: 11-05-2017
Other Sat MoU: Request Leeheim measurements in accordance with the Decide 5 and 3 of ECC/DEC/(09)02
Report to WGFM/FM44 of the result of the measurement so that the ITU-R can be notified about possible interferences
Regular Work item
The specification of Iridium interference measurement in the band 1610.6-1613.8 MHz has been provided to the SAT-MoU. Leeheim station has provided the cost estimation.
Information on Sat MoU available at  

The measurements are expected to start in May 2017

In Progress
Last update: 30-09-2021
ECC Report Weather radars at 5.4GHz and EESS (active)
Technical studies on sharing between weather radars in part of 5365-5470 MHz and EESS (active), including Copernicus
S: 22-04-2021
T: 03-06-2022
WG FM tasked WG SE after having reviewed the answers to the questionnaire on meteorological radars in 5350-5470 MHz.
EUMETNET and ESA were encouraged to collaborate and, if relevant, to jointly contribute to this work.

In Progress
Last update: 17-11-2021
ECC Report Wireless Access Systems including Radio Local Area Networks (WAS/RLAN) in the 6425-7125 MHz band

Study possible technical conditions under which Wireless Access Systems including Radio Local Area Networks(WAS/RLAN) could operate and coexist with existing services in the 6425-7125MHz band, and any additional studies, dependent upon the CEPT position and the results of WRC-23.

S: 05-11-2021
T: 26-07-2024

Studies should address:

  • technical and operational characteristics of LPI and VLP WAS/RLAN in the 6425-7125 MHz band;
  • sharing and compatibility issues between LPI and VLP WAS/RLAN and incumbent services in the 6425-7125 MHz band;


No regulatory measures shall be taken under this WI.


WRC-23 agenda item1.2 calls to study the band 6425-7125 MHz for IMT. The work in preparation forWRC-23 agenda item 1.2 will run independently from the work conducted under this work item here. The work under this work item here is neither a decision for the introduction of WAS/RLAN in the 6425-7125 MHz band, nor a prejudice toa future ECP on WRC-23 agenda item 1.2.


Dependent on the outcome of WRC-23 agenda item 1.2, further technical studies under a new WI could be initiated on the possible technical and usage conditions under which Low Power Indoor (LPI) and Very Low Power (VLP) portable Wireless Access Systems including Radio Local Area Networks (WAS/RLAN) in the 6425-7125 MHz band could coexist with IMT.

Relevant ETSI Deliverables ETSI TR 103 631 v1.1.1 and ETSI TR 103 524 v1.1.1

In Progress
Last update: 30-09-2021
ECC Report Impact of wind turbines on various radiocommunication services 
Study the technical impact of wind turbines on various radiocommunication services (e.g.  fixed radio links, broadcasting, radar, etc)
S: 01-01-2014
National studies have shown scattering effects from wind turbines may have an effect on the available fading margin for radio services.

The study aims to provide technical results that may improve the way the effects of wind turbines are taken into account in the modelling of disturbances to radio services.

The subject is addressed through a dedicated forum group

ECC Report 260 is published (January 2017)

It is to be noted that the Netherlands Administration is developing a measurement method of ultra-low EMC emissions, which are a concern for radio astronomy. Drones are used to verify the measurement method by generating the low EMC emissions as a test. Results are expect around the end of 2017.

On Hold
* 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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