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FM61_01
Last update: 17-10-2023
Rev. ECC Decision , Rev. ECC Recommendation
Revision of ECC Decision (08)01 and ECC Recommendation (08)01

Revision of ECC Decision (08)01 and ECC Recommendation (08)01 to allow 20 MHz (and possibly wider) channels following the request developed in ETSI SRdoc TR 103 853 and to clarify the technical conditions related to coexistence with applications in adjacent bands when appropriate.
S: 07-07-2023
T: 29-11-2024

The revision should be based on existing studies and corresponding ECC deliverables.

The revision will be based on the current total power and psd limits, and it will take into account the need for compatibility with the 10 MHz channel raster for road ITS.
A new ECC Decision gathering ECC/DEC/(08)01 and ECC/REC/(08)01 may be considered.

In Progress
FM61_02
Last update: 17-10-2023
CEPT Report , Rev. ECC Decision
Review of the RLAN VLP OOB emission limit below 5935 MHz


SE45_03
Review the RLAN VLP OOB emission limit below 5935 MHz with regard to an opportunity to relax it, and review and revise ECC/DEC/(20)01 as appropriate
S: 23-11-2020
T: 28-06-2024
In ECC/DEC/(20)01, the -45 dBm/MHz OOB limit below 5935 MHz for VLP would allow VLP initial market to take up. CEPT agreed that this OOB limit should be valid in time only until 31 December 2024 and be re-examined with regard to an opportunity to relax it based on the real IEEE and DSSS Urban Rail interference situation. In absence of the justified evidence, a value of -37 dBm/MHz, for the OOB limit below 5935 MHz, will be adopted from 01/01/2025.


Text added by WGFM #99 meeting 24 to 28 May 2021.
Possible alignment of ECC/DEC/(20)01 with ECC/DEC/(04)08 with respect to the “non-protected and non-interference basis” provision may be considered.

Additional deliverable added by WGFM #99 meeting 24 to 28 May 2021, - CEPT Report




In Progress
FM61_03
Last update: 17-10-2023
Other Higher power Wireless Access Systems including Radio Local Area Networks (WAS/RLAN) including the use of equipment with up to 4W e.i.r.p. in the 5945-6425 MHz frequency band using a dynamic spectrum usage coordination
SE45_05

Study the feasibility of introducing a dynamic spectrum access coordination function under which WAS/RLAN up to 4W could operate, while ensuring the protection of incumbent services (including their possible future deployment) in the 5945-6425 MHz frequency band and in adjacent bands. This work will include:

  • Define the technical and operational requirements for a dynamic spectrum access coordination function that enables an efficient and safe sharing between high power output RLAN and existing services (in band and in adjacent bands)
  • Based on the results of compatibility and coexistence studies, propose technical conditions for high output power RLAN that ensure the protection of existing services (in band and in adjacent bands)
  • Propose a regulatory framework to enable European and/or national implementation
  • Issues related to cross border coordination

S: 10-06-2022
T: 28-06-2024

The need for an ECC Report to be developed by WGFM may be considered at later stage, while the technical studies are to be done with a view that, based on the related conclusions, a harmonisation measure could be developed possibly as an ECC Decision and/or Recommendation.

 

This work should not introduce any changes to the existing regulations for LPI and VLP in 5945-6425 MHz.

 

The work should consider the current availability of equipment up to 4W e.i.r.p. and the benefits associated with aligning the technical regulations in other Regions outside Europe.

 

Supporting studies from WG SE will provide technical conditions to enable the implementation of a dynamic spectrum usage coordination function including the possible use of WAS/RLAN equipment up to 4 W e.i.r.p. to operate and coexist with existing services in the 5945-6425 MHz frequency band(FS, FSS) and in adjacent bands (RAS, CBTC, Road ITS), while ensuring the protection of those services. Specifically, the protection of the FSS, taking into account the aggregate effects of the additional terrestrial use, has to be ensured. This work should be based on the conclusions of ECC Report 302 as a starting point. RLAN to RLAN studies are not considered part of the scope of this WI.

The database(s)management will need to be addressed, including the questions regarding implementation, regulatory and technical conditions of those databases, as well as the question how the required functionality and performance when implemented in a device can be ensured. The work should also take noteof the previous work carried out in ECC Report 236 on implementation of databases.

Exchanges with ETSI will be necessary concerning the implementation of a dynamic spectrum access coordination, i.e. standard communication interfaces and database management framework.



In Progress
* 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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