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SE24_60
Last update: 24-01-2019
ECC Report

WPT applications operating in various frequency ranges will be considered at the studies.



The first studies will focus on Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) systems for Electric Vehicles (EV) operating in the frequency band 79 - 90 kHz.

These studies will support the work of CEPT CPG on its studies in relation to WRC-19 Agenda item 9.1, Issue 9.1.6.

Other types of WPT applications and other frequency ranges will be considered at the second step of studies.
S: 30-09-2018
T: 24-01-2020

The study will cover generic WPT systems/devices    operating in various  frequency ranges e.g. 19-21 kHz, 58-62 kHz,79-90 kHz and 100-300 kHz. 

ETSI developed ands ent to ECC a second SRdoc (“ERM System Reference document (SRdoc); Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) systems for WPT operating below 30 MHz, TR 103 493)dealing with all kinds of WPT systems other than WPT-EV.  This study could support the ITU-R WP 1A/WP1B work on WPT applications and frequency ranges (Question ITU-R 210-3/1).

ECC Report 289 on WPT-EV in the 79-90 kHz band is published. A second ECC Report is to be developed on WPT applications.


In Progress
SE24_61
Last update: 24-01-2019
ECC Report Study on high power SRDs on the first RFID interrogator channel at 916.3MHz of the frequency band 915-921MHz
SRD/MG_07
To develop the conditions of implementation of NBN SRDs in the first RFID interrogator channel centered at 916.3 MHz of the frequency band 915-921 MHz
S: 12-05-2017
T: 24-01-2020
The use of high power SRDs in the first RFID interrogator channel requires additional study, to consider whether NBN SRD can be operated at 500 mW (with APC) and duty cycle of 2.5% (with NAPs at 10% duty cycle). If this is not feasible, other possibilities such as the reduction in transmit power necessary for coexistence could be studied.

ETSI developed SRdocs on various LPWAN technologies which may be considered as part of this WI




In Progress
SE24_63
Last update: 13-09-2018
ECC Report Study to update the existing UWB regulatory framework SE24_58
Conduct studies with regard to the intended update of the existing UWB regulatory framework based on the SRdocs TR103 313 and TR 103 314 to answer the permanent EC mandate on UWB.
S: 29-09-2017
T: 24-01-2020
Main points: 
Investigate the necessary studies, by taking into account the former studies, to 
- consider the inclusion of medical applications into UWB regulation
- investigate the extension of existing and new mitigation techniques to the frequency range above 6 GHz
- investigate the conditions for fixed outdoor use of UWB devices

Source: SE(17)086

In Progress
SE24_67
Last update: 13-09-2018
ECC Report LPWAN UNB new channel access options
SRD/MG_07
To study new channel access options for the LPWAN UNB system
S: 14-09-2018
T: 01-09-2020

The new channel access options to study:

-       multi-carrier DL UNB (1kHz BW), with and without APC, on multiple RFIDinterrogator channels in 865-868 MHz and in the interrogator channels 917.5 and918.7 MHz.

-       optional LBT in the DL, instead of APC.

-       DC potentially defined in other time interval than one hour for ULtransmissions by 25 mW devices, only in 917.4-919.4 MHz, e.g. for tracking ofstolen vehicles.

-       UL transmissions should be taken into account. They are not linked toRFID interrogator channels and use the generic 25 mW entries under REC 70-03Annex 1.

Latest version of ETSI SRdoc TR 103 435 has to betaken into account
In Progress
SE24_68
Last update: 13-09-2018
ECC Report Wideband data transmission systems in 863-868 MHz
SRD/MG_07
Possibility of having mobile Network Access Point (NAP) in the frequency band 863-868 MHz
S: 14-09-2018
T: 01-09-2020

The study will assess the possibility of having mobile NAP with a DC of either 2.8% or up to 10% in the band 863-868 MHz only. A different duty cycle template may be considered.

In the band 915-921 MHz, the requirement for fixed NAP needs to be maintained.
In Progress
SE24_69
Last update: 13-09-2018
ECC Report New co-existence studies between various  SRD applications and SRDs in data networks
SRD/MG_07

To study the various solutions for coexistence

-                            between differentSRD technologies in data networks 

-                            between SRDs in data networks and other SRDs
S: 14-09-2018
T: 01-09-2020

The study is based on operations in line with the current regulation in REC 70-03 Annexes 1 to 2 and in those new bands in the current RSCOM decision (500 mW opportunities are limited to the existing bandwith 500 mW)

Note: The use of all or part of the bands 870-874.4MHz, 915-919.4 MHz may not be available in some European countries due to theuse of all or part of these sub-bands for defence/ governmental systems.

UL transmissions will also be taken into account.
In Progress
SE24_70
Last update: 24-01-2019
ECC Report HD-GBSAR within 74 - 81GHz
Feasibility of spectrum sharing by High-Definition Ground Based Synthetic Aperture Radar (HD-GBSAR) application using 1 GHz bandwidth within 74 - 81 GHz frequency range and existing services and applications.
S: 25-01-2019
T: 31-05-2020
To carry out studies for HD-GBSAR taking into account ETSI TR 103 594, to consider possibilities for designating radio frequency spectrum of 1 GHz bandwidth within 74 - 81 GHz to allow operation of HD-GBSAR
In Progress
SE24_71
Last update: 24-01-2019
ECC Report Radiodetermination applications within the frequency range 120 GHz to 260 GHz
To carry out studies for sensor types/ scenarios A, B, and C taking into account ETSI TR 103 498
S: 25-01-2019
T: 30-09-2020

Radiodetermination applications in 120-260 GHz range:

o                         The studies should be carried out for sensor types and scenarios A, B, and C taking into account ETSI TR 103 498

o                         The studies can also include other types of UWB technology based sensors which are not described in ETSI TR 103 498. Such information may be considered based onc ontributions within the process. One example is automotive radars.
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