WRC 2003 Agenda Items for WP 8D

The list below shows all the WRC 2003 Agenda Items for which this group is involved. Click on an Agenda Item or Resolution to get more information about which Visualyse product could be useful, and how Transfinite consultants can assist in studying this problem.

Agenda Item Description
Agenda 1.4 Sharing in the band 5091 - 5150 MHz between non-GSO MSS Feeder links and Aeronautical radionavigation services
Agenda 1.5 Consideration of new allocations in the bands 5150 - 5725 MHz for RLANs, EESS (active) and radiolocation. 1) RLANs allocations in 5150-5350 & 5470-5725 MHz, 2) Region 3 Fixed Service allocation in 5250-5350 MH, 3) additional primary allocations to EESS in 5460-5570 MHz, 4) Possible upgrading of radiolocation in 5350-5650 MHz
Agenda 1.6 Regulatory measures to protect non-GSO MSS feeder links from RLANs in 5150 - 5250 MHz
Agenda 1.11 Upgrade secondary allocation to MSS 14 - 14.5 GHz to include aeronautical applications
Agenda 1.12 Allocations to space science services for: 1) up to 3 MHz for telecommand for space research and space operations between 100 MHz and 1 GHz, 2) Upgrading allocation to space research in 7145 - 7235 MHz from footnote subject to coordination to full primary allocation, 3) review allocations to space research (deep space) and ISL in 32 - 32.3 GHz to facility operation of these services, 4) review existing allocations to space science near 15 GHz to accommodate wide band space - Earth space research applications
Agenda 1.16 Studies relating to allocations around 1.4 GHz for feeder links for non-GSO MSS systems below 1 GHz, including: 1) studies of sharing with services in the band 1390 - 1393 MHz, 2) studies of sharing with services in the band 1429 - 1432 MHz, 3) studies of protection of passive services in 1400 - 1427 MHz from unwanted emissions from feeder links
Agenda 1.20 Study of possible allocations for non-GSO MSS under 1 GHz including sharing with existing services and use of dynamic channel allocation as described in M.1039
Agenda 1.30 Consider possible changes to the produces for the advanced publication, coordination and notification of satellite networks.
Agenda 1.31 Sharing studies for possible MSS allocations in the 1-3 GHz band including 1518 - 1525 MHz, 1) taking into account Rec. 1459, 2) reviewing the PFD levels to use as coordination trigger to protect P-MP FS systems, 3) if sharing is unsatisfactory then to consider alternative bands in the 1-3 GHz range
Agenda 1.31 Sharing studies for possible MSS allocation in the 1-3 GHz range including the band 1683 - 1690 MHz including 1) determining approprate separation distances between MES and MetSat stations, 2) assess the current and future requirements for spectrum for MetAids, 3) if sharing unsatisfactory then consider alternative bands in the 1-3 GHz range.
Agenda 1.32 Protection of the radio astronomy service in the 42.5-43.5 GHz band, including 1) study of the provisional PFD limits given in S5, 2) identify technical and operational limits including mitigation techniques that could be used to protect RA stations from BSS and FSS space stations
Agenda 1.32 PFD limits in the bands 37.5 - 42.5 GHz for the FSS, BSS and FSS services, including 1) determing whether the PFD limits protect the FS in the bands 37.5 - 40 GHz and 42 - 42.5 GHz from FSS and MSS s-E transmissions, 2) determining whether the PFD limits protect the FS in the band 40.5 - 42 GHz from FSS, 3) study technical and operational characteristics and PFD values for BSS in range 40.5 - 42.5 GHz, 4) taking into account proper balance between various services, 5) studying mitigation techniques but taking account of impact on these systems, 6) analysing sharing between FS into FSS ES in HD FSS applications in the bands 39.5 - 40 GHz and 40.5 - 42 GHz in the same geographic area, 7) in the bands 37.5 - 40 GHz and 42 - 42.5 GHz study clear air PFD levels and % time they could be exceeded to overcome fading of satellite downlink in way that protects FS
Agenda 1.37 To consider the regulatory and technical provisions for highly elliptical orbits
Agenda 1.38 Consider provision of up to 6 MHz of spectrum in the band 420 - 470 MHz for EESS (active) including 1) study emission criteria, sharing criteria and operation characteristics of EESS systems, 2) characteristics that minimise the potential for interference into existing services
[Resolution 225] Study the sharing and coordination issues in the use of a number of specificied bands allocated to MSS for the satellite component of IMT-2000
[Resolution 728] Rev. 2000 Resolution. Study operational and technical means that could facilitate sharing between narrow band non-GSO MSS and services in the bands 470 - 862 MHz including those where the broadcasting service is allocated, with the potential for a future conference to make an allocation.