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PT1_14
Last update: 09-08-2021
ECC Report , Rev. ECC Decision Review of ECC Decision (06)13 (900/1800 MHz MFCN) for suitability for 5G

Initial update of ECC Decision (06)13 to add reference to 5G NR harmonised standard.

Followed by further update of ECC Decision(06)13 to introduce a technology neutral block edge mask.
S: 03-03-2018
T: 04-03-2022

Review technical conditions to enable timely introduction of 5G and, when applicable, AAS, while ensuring adequate protection of other services and applications.

First step (at least 1800 MHz): follow current approach to reference the 5G NR standard. Planned target date for this first step: 03/2019 (might be delayed until 06/2019)

Second step: introduce technology neutral block edge mask to replace existing technology references.
In Progress
PT1_22
Last update: 04-03-2021
ECC Recommendation Cross border co-ordination at 26 GHz

ECC Recommendation on Frequency planning and frequency coordination for Land Mobile systems operating at 26 GHz.

S: 06-07-2018
T: 01-07-2022
In Progress
PT1_24
Last update: 02-07-2020
CEPT Report EC Mandate on 5G in 900 and 1800 MHz

Review the EU-harmonised technical conditions for use of the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz frequency bands with view to their suitability for 5G.

Develop channelling arrangements and common and minimal (least restrictive) technical conditions

Develop guidance for cross-border coordination.
S: 26-10-2018
T: 02-07-2021

Tasks 1 to 3 of the EC Mandate to CEPT to review the harmonised technicalconditions for certain EU-harmonised frequency bands and to develop leastrestrictive harmonised technical conditions suitable for next-generation (5G)terrestrial wireless systems

Information on the usage feasibility of the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz frequencybands, including any limitations of the GSM Directive. (March 2019(

Report(s) from CEPT to theCommission regarding the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz frequency bands (October 2020) 
In Progress
PT1_27
Last update: 09-08-2021
Rev. ECC Decision
Study:
a) the condition to operate a 5G non-AAS connectivity for MCA in 1710-1785 MHz and 1805-1880 MHz; and
b) consider making NCU optional in all MCA bands

PT1_38
Update of technical conditions in ECC Decision (06)07 based on the CEPT Report developed under PT1_38

S: 06-03-2020
T: 01-07-2022
In Progress
PT1_28
Last update: 30-11-2020
ECC Report Conditions for MFCN in the band 2300-2400 MHz band.
PT1_29
Review of harmonised technical and regulatory conditions for the use of the band 2300-2400 MHz for MFCN for suitability for 5G while maintaining the current regulatory status of the band.
S: 06-03-2020
T: 02-03-2022
Review technical conditions to enable timely introduction of 5G and, when applicable, AAS, while ensuring adequate protection of other services and applications.

In Progress
PT1_29
Last update: 16-03-2020
Rev. ECC Decision Harmonised technical and regulatory conditions for the use of the band 2300 - 2400 MHz for MFCN.
PT1_28
Revise ECC Decision (14)02 to make the technical and regulatory conditions suitable for 5G while maintaining the current regulatory status of the band.
S: 05-03-2021
T: 02-07-2022
Review technical conditions to enable timely introduction of 5G and, when applicable, AAS, while ensuring adequate protection of other services and applications.
In Progress
PT1_30
Last update: 09-08-2021
ECC Decision Harmonised technical conditions for UAS “Aerial UE” usage in respective harmonised MFCN bands
PT1_18
PT1_45
On the basis of conclusions of ECC Report 309 and additional relevant studies relating to AAS systems in the 1800 MHz,2 GHz and 2.6 GHz bands, to develop harmonised technical conditions for UAS “Aerial UE” usages
S: 06-03-2020
T: 04-11-2022

Harmonised spectrum regulatory conditions for “aerial UEs” in the suitable MFCN bands ensure visibility for UAs standardisation, market development while ensuring confidence of all spectrum users,

This ECC framework will be also the relevant basis to trigger additional standardisation activities in ETSI on “out of band emission limits”, where appropriate and to enable practical implementation of “no fly zone”, at national level where needed.


In Progress
PT1_31
Last update: 04-03-2021
ECC Report

Efficient usage of the spectrum at the border of CEPT countries between MFCN TDD networks in the frequency band 3400-3800 MHz. The results will be taken into account in the next update of Rec (15)01.


PT1_32

To describe, study and analyse solutions to ensure efficient usage of spectrum at the border between MFCN TDD networks in the frequency band 3400-3800 MHz

S: 06-03-2020
T: 05-11-2021

Based on public consultation responses to the ECC Recommendation (15)01 and on the basis of a harmonisation measure by the limited number of frames, this report will describe, study and analyse solutions to ensure efficient usage of spectrum at the border of TDD networks (including signalling, coverage issues, operational field strength, DL symbol blanking, etc.)


In Progress
PT1_34
Last update: 04-03-2021
ECC Decision 40.5-43.5 GHz: New ECC Decision 
PT1_39

ECC Decision on MFCN harmonisation, comprising a band plan and technical conditions suitable for 5G, taking into account the radio applications according to ERC Report 25 (ECA table)

S: 06-03-2020
T: 04-03-2022
ECC #55 tasked ECC PT1 to study coexistence at the 40.5 GHz boundary between MFCN in 40.5-43.5 GHz and uncoordinated satellite earth stations in 39.5-40.5 GHz: ECC(21)027 Annex 07

In Progress
PT1_36
Last update: 02-07-2020
ECC Recommendation Guidance on the application of the least restrictive technical conditions (LRTC) in ECC/DEC/(11)06 to ensure protection of the military radiolocation systems operating below 3400 MHz from  indoor small cells operating in the band 3400-3800MHz
Study options regarding the application of the additional baseline power limits that are given in Table 5 of ECC/DEC/(11)06 in the specific case where indoor small cells are deployed, with the aim to provide guidance to administrations.
S: 03-07-2020
T: 05-11-2021

Should “standard” outdoor limits given in Table 5 in ECC/DEC/(11)06 apply, but measured at the building outer shell? (Since the power limits in Table 5 do not need to be met indoors),or should another approach be taken?


In Progress
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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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