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SE07_28
Last update: 29-05-2019
Other Low power audio PMSE in the aeronautical frequency band 960-1164MHz FM51_10
To study the possible use of low power audio PMSE (excluding airborne use) in the aeronautical frequency band 960-1164MHz.
S: 29-09-2017
T: 31-01-2020

The results of this work item will form the technical part to be annexed to the draft ECC Report “Preliminary investigations on regulatory and legal issues on the feasibility of introducinglow power audio PMSE in the band 960-1164 MHz” under preparation by WGFM/FM51 and intended to be sent to PC by the July 2019 meeting of ECC.

The draft ECC Report resulting from this work item is submitted to WG FM that will forward it to ECC for public consultation.


In Progress
SE07_29
Last update: 03-10-2019
ECC Report Compatibility studies for the Railway Mobile Radio (RMR) systems in the 900 MHz range and in the band 1900-1920 MHz as well as in the band 2290-2300 MHz

FM56_1
FM59_01
To perform technical compatibility studies for the impact on RMR (Railway Mobile Radio including GSM-R and Future Railway Mobile Communications System - FRMCS)in the bands 870-876/915-921 MHz, 1900-1920 MHz as well as in the band 2290-2300 MHz

S: 27-04-2018
T: 31-05-2020

Compatibility cases to be studied are detailed in the LS from FM to SE, doc SE(18)048: https://cept.org/Documents/wg-se/41238/se-18-048_ls-to-wgse-on-rmr-at-900-and-1900-mhz

ECC PT1 will define the least restrictivetechnical conditions (BEM) including potential EIRP restrictions for RMR toensure coexistence with MFCN base stations. See doc SE(18)049 FM LS to PT1: https://cept.org/Documents/wg-se/41234/se-18-049_ls-to-pt1-on-rmr-at-900-and-1900-mhz

Cooperation with ECC PT1 on MFCN.

Cooperation with SE24 on SRD inthe 900 MHz range.

Three ECC Reports are expected as outcome of this work item.

In order to have a complete answer to the EC Mandate on FRMCS, the technical studies should focus on 2290-2300 MHz. See doc SE(19)128_FM56 LS to SE7 and PT1

In Progress
SE07_30
Last update: 25-01-2019
Rev. ECC Report Update of the ECC Report 200
SE24_69
To develop technical conditions, in particular, minimum required separation distances,  in order to protect E-GSM-R applications operating in the frequency bands 873-876 MHz/918-921  MHz from harmful interference caused by SRDs/RFIDs operating in the frequency bands 874-876 MHz/915-921 MHz
S: 25-01-2019
T: 31-05-2020
ECC Report 200 investigates co-existence between SRDs and E-GSM-R and concludes that co-frequency sharing with E-GSM-R is generally not possible without applying additional mitigation techniques. The mitigation techniques have not been studied in this Report yet.
In Progress
SE7_31
Last update: 03-10-2019
ECC Report UAS in the 1880-1920 MHz and 5000-5010 MHz bands FM59_01
Technical compatibility studies related to UAS (Unmanned Aircraft System) in the 1880-1900 MHz, 1900-1920 MHz and 5000-5010 MHz bands:

• The commercial use of Command and Control (C2) by UAS in the 1900-1920 MHz and 5000-5010 MHz bands.
• The governmental use of command and control as well as payload systems by UAS in the 1880-1900 MHz and 1900-1920 MHz bands.

S: 29-05-2019
T: 31-01-2021
Detailed requested technical studies are described in doc SE(19)067 "LS from WGFM to WGSE copy to PT1 on UAS studies". Amendments of LS from FM are contained in SE(19)102.
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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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