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Doc.: IEEE 802.15-09-0408-00-0007 TG VLC Submission May, 2009 larry.taylor et al., discretetimeSlide 1 Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless.

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1 doc.: IEEE TG VLC Submission May, 2009 larry.taylor et al., discretetimeSlide 1 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [EU and ITU Regulations] Date Submitted: [14 May, 2009] Source: [Larry taylor, Steven ettles] Company [Discretetime] Address [Kiln Lane, Harpur hill business park, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 9JL] Voice:[], FAX: [], Re: [] Abstract:[This document presents EU and ITU Regulations to develop VLC regulation baseline document] Purpose:[To introduce EU and ITU Regulations to develop VLC regulation baseline document] Notice:This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein. Release:The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P

2 doc.: IEEE TG VLC Submission May, 2009 larry.taylor et al., discretetimeSlide 2 EU and ITU Regulations

3 doc.: IEEE TG VLC Submission May, 2009 larry.taylor et al., discretetimeSlide 3 Review of current European market access EU Regulations EU Legislation EU Standardisation ITU Resolution 955

4 doc.: IEEE TG VLC Submission May, 2009 larry.taylor et al., discretetimeSlide 4 EU Regulatory framework Currently no specific regulations applicable No work identified in the CEPT National regulators only mandated to regulate to 3000GHz –Consistent with the current scope of the radio and telecom terminal directive (R&TTE directive)

5 doc.: IEEE TG VLC Submission May, 2009 larry.taylor et al., discretetimeSlide 5 EU Legislative Framework None for data transmission Market access covered by –Safety (Low voltage directive) –Radio Interference (EMC directive) R&TTE directive limited to 3000GHz –Not currently applicable

6 doc.: IEEE TG VLC Submission May, 2009 larry.taylor et al., discretetimeSlide 6 Other Regulatory Initiatives ITU –ITU-R Resolution 955 mandates a study on optical links to be prepared for WRC 2011 –Study to cover free-space optical links Sharing aspects with other services Definitions of band limits Measures for allocation if regulations are considered feasible. –If regulations are considered feasible this will trigger CEPT work and potentially a European regulation

7 doc.: IEEE TG VLC Submission May, 2009 larry.taylor et al., discretetimeSlide 7 EU Standardisation Safety –Defined by EN60950 EMC –Will be defined by Product type –If no product specifications available, default generic emission and immunity standards will apply All necessary documents are currently available

8 doc.: IEEE TG VLC Submission May, 2009 larry.taylor et al., discretetimeSlide 8 ITU Resolution 955 RESOLUTION 955 (WRC ‑ 07) Consideration of procedures for free-space optical links The World Radiocommunication Conference (Geneva, 2007), considering a)that frequencies above GHz are already used for various optical applications from telecommunication links to satellite remote sensing; b)that optical links are currently under consideration by several ITU ‑ R Study Groups; c)that Recommendations ITU ‑ R P.1621, P.1622, S.1590, RA.1630; SA.1742, SA.1805, and RS.1744 contain information pertaining to free-space optical links and remote sensing; d)that the ITU ‑ R is in the process of preparing reports regarding the possibility and relevance of including in the Radio Regulations frequency bands above GHz as well as fixed service applications using such frequency bands, recognizing a)that Resolution 118 (Marrakesh, 2002) of the Plenipotentiary Conference instructs the Director of the BR to report to world radiocommunication conferences on the progress of ITU ‑ R studies concerning the use of frequencies above GHz; b)that the ITU ‑ R has identified technical aspects regarding the use of optical free-space telecommunications as an item requiring urgent study by the ITU ‑ R Study Groups, resolves to consider possible procedures for free-space optical links, taking into account the results of ITU ‑ R studies covering at least sharing aspects with other services, a clear definition of the band limits and measures to be considered if allocations to various services in the Radio Regulations above GHz are considered feasible, invites ITU ‑ R to conduct the necessary studies in time for consideration by WRC ‑ 11.


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