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1 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Technical Examination of the Space Plans Services Submissions under Appendices 30, 30A and 30B and the related BR Software Packages BR Seminar - Workshop Geneva 30/10 – 03/11/2006

2 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Technical Examinations relating to coordination of different services sharing bands subject to a Space Plan Who does what? Technical Examinations relating to coordination of different services sharing bands subject to a Space Plan Protection Criteria Technical Examinations of submissions under 4 of Appendices 30 and 30 Technical Examinations of submissions under 4 of Appendices 30 and 30 Hard Limits Trigger Limits Intra-service/region Examinations Inter-service/region Examinations in the shared band Examinations at different Stages of Article 4 Networks: Examinations at different Stages of Article 4 Networks Publication of Part A Special Sections Publication of Part B Special Sections BR Software Package SPS (Space Plans System) BR Software Package SPS BR Software Package GIBC (Graphical Interface for Batch Calculations) BR Software Package GIBC Technical Examinations of submissions under Article 2A of Appendices 30 and 30 Technical Examinations of submissions under Article 2A of Appendices 30 and 30 Technical Examinations of submissions under Article 6 of Appendix 30B Technical Examinations of submissions under Article 6 of Appendix 30BOutline

3 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Purpose: To identify Potential Incompatibility between proposed assignments and Radiocommuincation services of other administrations based on a set of limits on specific parameters which is calculated for potential interference assessment Limits on parameters: Such as E.I.R.P., PFD, EPM/OEPM, Orbital Position-Frequency Bands Protection Criteria Concept

4 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Hard Limits If exceeded, Submission is not receivable or is considered as unfavorable and shall be virtually returned to notifying administration To preserve current and future use of a Radiocommunincation Service in general Coordination Trigger Limits Agreements (implicit or explicit) of affected administrations is required for successful completion of the relevant coordination procedure To protect: Existing assignments/allotments of Space Services Networks that fulfill the following conditions on their service area: Assignments in the AP30/30A Plans and List, Or Allotments and the AP30B Plan, Or assignments in the AP30B List, Or Proposed assignments of satellite network submissions whose complete AP4 information received by the BR before or on the same date of receipt of that of the incoming network, And Whose necessary bandwidth overlaps with that of an assignment of the incoming network Existing and future terrestrial services on territories of administrations Protection Criteria Categories

5 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Hard Limits Examinations Coordination Trigger Limits Examination I.Intra-service/region ExaminationIntra-service/region Examination SPS SPS BR Software Package: SPS (MSPACEg, BSS_Marg)SPS To protect: Assignments of Plan/List and those of pending Article 4 submissions in the same regional AP30/30A Plan/Listpending Article 4 II.Inter-service/region Examinations in the shared bandInter-service/region Examinations in the shared band GIBC GIBC BR Software Package: GIBC (PFD (Space/Terrestrial services), Appendix 8)GIBC To protect: Assignments in the Plans and Lists Assignments of pending submissions under Article 4 in the other regional AP30/30A Plan/List Unplanned FSS and BSS Satellite Networks in support of Space Operation Functions submitted under Article 2A of AP30/30A Terrestrial Services Article 4 of Appendices 30 and 30A

6 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 I.Part A Special Section I.Part A Special Section: Publication under § 4.1.5/4.2.8 in BR IFIC Calculation of potential interference from the incoming Article 4 network to other services/assignments based on the relevant protection criteria using the latest SPS_ALL / SRS_ALL databaseSPS_ALLSRS_ALL Creation of Reference Situation for the incoming Article 4 network for its protection against subsequent Article 4 networks Establishment of list of potentially affected administrations II.Part B Special Section II.Part B Special Section: Publication under § 4.1.15/4.2.19 in BR IFIC Re-calculation of potential interference would be required only if the initial network characteristics as published in Part A Special Sections have been modified SPS_ALL/SRS_ALL database Comparison of protection limits excess resulting from the modified characteristics with those produced by the Part A ones for establishment of list of administrations whose agreements are required for successful completion of Article 4 procedure Tech. Exam. at different Stages of Article 4 Networks

7 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Comparison of the results with those of Part A Special Section Comparison of the results with those of Part A Special Section To verify whether or not an objecting administrations networks/territories are still identified as affected by the modified parameters, or An additional interference is imposed on an administration that has not objected or has previously agreed after an objection For the SPS Package examination the SPS_ALL database included in the BR IFIC of the networks Part A publication is used as common existing reference situation scenario for comparison Examination of Part B submissions

8 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 GIBC GIBC BR Software Package: GIBC (PFD (Space/Terrestrial services), Appendix 8)GIBCPFD (Space/Terrestrial services), Appendix 8 To protect: Assignments in the Plans and Lists Assignments of pending submissions under Article 4 in both regional AP30/30A Plans/Lists Unplanned FSS and BSS Satellite Networks in support of Space Operation Functions submitted under Article 2A of AP30/30A Terrestrial Services Article 2A of Appendices 30 and 30A

9 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Single entry and aggregate C/I calculation: Single entry and aggregate C/I SPS SPS BR Software Package: SPS (MSPACEg, FSSUPD / BSS_Marg)SPS To protect: Allotments in the Plan Assignments in the List Submissions under Articles 6 of Appendix 30B

10 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Any question? About: Procedure: mehrdad.yousefian@itu.intmehrdad.yousefian@itu.int Software: brsas@itu.intbrsas@itu.int

11 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 SPS Package - Intra-service/region Tech. Examination Incoming Article 4 Notice {A} 1-SpaceCap Export the SPS_ALL database SPS_ALL Input Database {A, V, P}V, P 2-SPS/MSPACE Identification of affected Networks / assignments Calculation of reference situation for the incoming Article 4 network GIMS Databases 3-SPS/BSS_Marg Capturing of the calculated reference situation into SPS_ALL for the incoming network for the purpose protection against subsequent Article 4 submissions Changing of the type of assignment of the incoming network from A to V Capturing of the results of MSPACE examination with respect to the affected assignments for further processing of the incoming network MSPACE Output database (*.out.mdb) 4- SpacePub Special Section AP30/E/, AP30A/E/ or AP30-30A/E List of affected networks/Plan beams GIBC SPS_ALL Output Database {V, P}

12 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 SPS_ALL Database {Status code of Article 4 Notice} GIBC Identification of potentially affected services/networks of other services and AP30/30A Regional Plan/List in the shared band GIMS Databases SpacePub Special Section AP30/E/, AP30A/E/ or AP30-30A/E - list of affected Plan beams, List or Article 4 Networks in the other regional Plan/List - list of affected unplanned BSS and FSS Networks - list of administrations whose terrestrial services are affected SRS_ALL Database GIBC Package – Article 4, Inter-service/region Tech. Examination

13 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 SPS_ALL Database GIBC Identification of potentially affected services/networks of other administration in the shared band GIMS Databases SpacePub Special Section AP30-30A/F/C - list of affected Plan beams, List or Article 4 Networks - list of affected unplanned BSS and FSS Networks - list of administrations whose terrestrial services are affected SRS_ALL Database GIBC Package – Article 2A, Technical Examination

14 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30 Provision Limit Type Examination of Compatibility of Article 4 network with RegionService Frequency band Annex 1: Section 1, Paragraph 1 Power Flux Density 1313 Planned Band BSS Downlink 11.7 – 12.5 GHz 11.7 – 12.2 GHz Protection of existing assignments and preservation for future assignments of satellite networks whose orbital position is separated by more than 9° from the assignment under examination Annex 7: Paragraph A1 Orbital position 2FSS Downlink 11.7 – 12.2 GHz Paragraph A2Orbital position 1FSS Downlink 12.5 – 12.7 GHz 3FSS Downlink 12.2 – 12.7 GHz Unplanned Band BSS Downlink 12.5 – 12.7 GHz Paragraph A3Orbital position and E.I.R.P 2FSS Downlink 11.7 – 12.2 GHz Appendix 30 Hard Limits

15 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30A Provision Limit Type Examination of Compatibility of Article 4 network with RegionService Frequency band Annex 1: Section 4, Paragraph 1 Power Flux Density 1 and 3Feeder-link to Planned Band BSS Downlink 14.4 – 14.8 GHz and 17.3 – 18.1 GHz Protection of existing assignments and preservation for future assignments of satellite networks whose orbital position is separated by more than 9° from the assignment under examination Appendix 30A Hard Limits

16 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30 Provision Limit Type Examination of Compatibility of Article 4 network with Article 4Annex 1RegionService Frequency bandBR Software 4.1.1 a) 4.1.1 b) Section 1PFD and EPM within ±9° arcEPM 1 BSS Downlink Assignments of Plan, List and pending Article 4 networks 11.7 – 12.5 GHz SPS PACKAGE (MSPACEg and BSS_MARG) using GIMS and SPS databases Protected area: Service area represented by a set of maximum 20 test points 311.7 – 12.2 GHz 4.2.3 c)Section 2OEPMOEPM Overall downlink and feeder-link protection criteria 212.2 – 12.7 GHz Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – SPS Package Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – SPS Package (I)

17 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30A Provision Limit Type Examination of Compatibility of Article 4 network with Article 4Annex 1RegionService Frequency bandBR Software 4.1.1 a) 4.1.1 b) Section 4PFD and EPM within ±9° arc 1 and 3BSS Feeder-link Assignments of Plan, List and pending Article 4 networks 14.5 – 14.8 GHz (outside Europe) SPS PACKAGE (MSPACEg and BSS_MARG) using GIMS and SPS databases Protected area: Feeder-link receiving space station on its Service area represented by a set of maximum 20 test points 17.3 – 18.1 GHz 4.2.2 c)Section 3OEPM Overall downlink and feeder- link protection criteria 217.3 – 17.8 GHz Appendix 30A Coordination Trigger Limits – SPS Package Appendix 30A Coordination Trigger Limits – SPS Package (2)

18 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30 Provision Limit TypeExamination of Compatibility of Article 4 network with Article 4Annex 1RegionService Frequency bandBR Software 4.1.1 c)Section 3 1 st mask 2 nd mask PFD Mask as a function of orbital Separation Angle 2 BSS Downlink Assignments of Plan, List and pending Article 4 networks 12.2 – 12.5 GHz GIBC-PFD (Space) using GIMS and SPS databases Output Report File Name: PXT.LST Protected area: - Service area represented by a set of maximum 20 test points 4.2.3 a) 4.2.3 b) 112.2 – 12.5 GHz 4.2.3 f)3Unplanned BSS Downlink Assignments 12.2 – 12.5 GHz Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package (I)

19 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30 Provision Limit Type Examination of Compatibility of Article 4 network with Article 4Annex 1RegionService Frequency band BR Software 4.1.1 d) 4.2.3 d) Section 4PFD Mask as a function of Arrival Angle 1 Terrestrial Services 11.7 – 12.5 GHz GIBC-PFD (Terrestrial) using GIMS and SPS databases and the latest updated PFD extract file (bss_sstn.dat) Output Report File Name: PFD.LST Protected area: Affected parts of territories of administrations that have note BSS assignments in the Plan/List whose necessary bandwidth overlaps fully that of assignment under examination 211.7 – 12.1 GHz 12.2 – 12.7 GHz 311.7 – 12.7 GHz Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package (2)

20 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30 Provision Limit Type Examination of Compatibility of Article 4 network with Article 4Annex 1RegionService Frequency bandBR Software 4.1.1 e)Section 6 1 st mask PFD Mask as a function of orbital Separation Angle 2FSS Downlink 11.7 – 12.2 GHz SOFSOF Downlink Region2 Lower Guard Band: 12.200 – 12.212 GHz GIBC-PFD (Space) using GIMS, SPS and SRS databases Output Report File Name: PXT.LST Protected area: Service area 1 st or 2 nd mask 3FSS Downlink 12.2 – 12.5 GHz 1 st maskSOF Downlink Region3 Upper Guard Band: 12.189 – 12.200 GHz Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package (3)

21 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30 Provision Limit Type Examination of Compatibility of Article 4 network with Article 4Annex 1RegionService Frequency bandBR Software 4.2.3 e)Section 6 1 st mask PFD Mask as a function of orbital Separation Angle 1 FSS Downlink 12.5 – 12.7 GHz SOF Downlink Region1 Upper Guard Band: 12.489 – 12.500 GHz GIBC-PFD (Space) using GIMS, SPS and SRS databases Output Report File Name: PFD.LST Protected area: Service area 1 st or 2 nd mask 1 st mask 3FSS Downlink 12.2 – 12.7 GHz SOF Downlink Region3 Upper Guard Band: 12.189 – 12.200 GHz Section 7 Δ T /T 1FSS Uplink 12.5 – 12.7 GHz GIBC-Appendix 8, Case II using GIMS, SPS and SRS databases Output Report File Name: APP8.LST Protected area: Feeder-link receiving space station on its Service area Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package (4)

22 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30A Provision Limit Type Examination of Compatibility of Article 4 network with Article 4Annex 1RegionService Frequency bandBR Software 4.1.1 c)Section 5 Δ T /T 2BSS Feeder-link Assignments of Plan, List and pending Article 4 networks 17.3 – 17.8 GHz GIBC-Appendix 8, Case I using GIMS and SPS databases Output Report File Name: APP8.LST Protected area: Feeder-link receiving space station on its Service area represented by a set of maximum 20 test points 4.2.2 a) 4.2.2 b) 1 and 3 Appendix 30A Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package Appendix 30A Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package (5)

23 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30A Provision Limit Type Examination of Compatibility of Article 4 network with ArticleAnnex 1RegionService Frequency bandBR Software Article 4 4.1.1 d) Section 6 Δ T /T 2Unplanned BSS Feeder-link Assignments 17.8 – 18.1 GHz GIBC-Appendix 8, Case I using GIMS, SPS and SRS databases Output Report File Name: APP8.LST Protected area: Feeder-link receiving space station on its Service area Article 4 4.1.1 d) and Article 2A 1 and 3SOFSOF Downlink Regions 1 and 3 Lower and upper Guard Bands: 17.300 - 17.31398 GHz 18.089 - 18.100 GHz 2SOFSOF Downlink Region 2 Lower and upper Guard Bands: : 17.300 - 17.312 GHz 17.788 - 17.800 GHz Appendix 30A Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package Appendix 30A Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package (6)

24 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30 Provision Limit Type Examination of Compatibility of Article 2A network withArticle 2A Article 4Annex 1RegionService Frequency band BR Software 4.1.1 d) 4.2.3 d) Section 4PFD Mask as a function of Arrival Angle 1 Terrestrial Services Region 1 Lower and Upper Guard Bands: 11.700 – 11.71398 GHz 12.489 – 12.500 GHz GIBC-PFD (Terrestrial) using GIMS and SPS databases and the latest updated PFD extract file (bss_sstn.dat) Output Report File Name: PFD.LST Protected area: Affected parts of territories of administrations that have note BSS assignments in the Plan/List whose necessary bandwidth overlaps fully that of assignment under examination 2Region 2 Lower and Upper Guard Bands: 12.200 – 12.212 GHz 12.688 – 12.700 GHz 3Region 3 Lower and Upper Guard Bands: 11.700 – 11.71398 GHz 12.189 – 12.200 GHz Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package (7)

25 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30 Provision Limit Type Examination of Compatibility of Article 2A network withArticle 2A ArticleAnnex 4RegionService Frequency band BR Software Article 2A and Article 7 7.1 & 7.2 Section 4 1 st mask 3 rd mask 1 st or 2 nd mask PFD Mask as a function of orbital Separation Angle 1 BSS Downlink Assignments of Plan, List and pending Article 4 networks Region 1 Lower and Upper Guard Bands: 11.700 – 11.71398 GHz 12.489 – 12.500 GHz GIBC-PFD (Terrestrial) using GIMS and SPS databases and the latest updated PFD extract file (bss_sstn.dat) Output Report File Name: PFD.LST Protected area: Affected parts of territories of administrations that have note BSS assignments in the Plan/List whose necessary bandwidth overlaps fully that of assignment under examination 2Region 2 Lower and Upper Guard Bands: 12.200 – 12.212 GHz 12.688 – 12.700 GHz 3Region 3 Lower and Upper Guard Bands: 11.700 – 11.71398 GHz 12.189 – 12.200 GHz Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package Appendix 30 Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package (8)

26 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30A Provision Limit Type Examination of Compatibility of Article 4 network with ArticleAnnex 1RegionService Frequency bandBR Software Article 4 4.1.1 d) Section 6 Δ T /T 2Unplanned BSS Feeder-link Assignments 17.8 – 18.1 GHz GIBC-Appendix 8, Case I using GIMS, SPS and SRS databases Output Report File Name: APP8.LST Protected area: Feeder-link / Uplink receiving space station on its Service area Article 4 4.1.1 d) and Article 2A 1 and 3SOFSOF Downlink Regions 1 and 3 Lower and upper Guard Bands: 17.300 - 17.31398 GHz 18.089 - 18.100 GHz 2SOFSOF Downlink Region 2 Lower and upper Guard Bands: : 17.300 - 17.312 GHz 17.788 - 17.800 GHz Appendix 30A Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package Appendix 30A Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package (9)

27 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Appendix 30A Provision Limit Type Examination of Compatibility of Article 2A network with ArticleAnnex 4RegionService Frequency bandBR Software Article 2A, Article 4 4.1.1 d) and Article 7 7.1 & 7.2 Section 2 Δ T /T 1 and 3BSS Feeder-link Assignments of Plan, List and pending Article 4 networks Regions 1 and 3 Lower and upper Guard Bands: 17.300 - 17.31398 GHz 18.089 - 18.100 GHz GIBC-Appendix 8, Case I using GIMS, SPS and SRS databases Output Report File Name: APP8.LST Protected area: Feeder-link receiving space station on its Service area 2BSS Feeder-link Assignments of Plan, List and pending Article 4 networks Regions 1 and 3 Lower and upper Guard Bands: 17.300 - 17.31398 GHz 18.089 - 18.100 GHz Appendix 30A Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package Appendix 30A Coordination Trigger Limits – GIBC Package (10)

28 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Network/Plan Beam identified as affected in results of examination with Inter- ference Levels Com- parison Agreement required ? Remark No. Part A parameters Part B parameters Adm. Objected on Part A Other Adm. 1Identified with Level A Not Identified N.A.No Since the affected network/Plan Beam/Country is no more identified in the updated Part B results, agreement is not required 2N.A.YesNo 3Identified with Level B A < BNo Since the level of interference of Part B is not greater than that of the published Part A, the previous implicit agreement of the affected administrant is still valid 4A < BYes Since the objecting administration is still identified as affected, its agreement is required 5A BYes 6A BNoYes Since the level of interference of Part B is greater than that of the published Part A, the previous implicit agreement of the affected adm. is no longer valid. An explicit agreement is therefore required 7Not IdentifiedN.A. Yes The agreement of the affected administration whose service/network has been newly identified as affected, is required Comparison Examination of Part B submissions

29 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Keep Findings and Reference Situation When using Export command for creating a new Article 4 submission from an existing notice in the SPS database be examined by MSPACE, Reference Situation should not be kept.

30 Similarly when using Clone command for creating a new Article 4 submission from an existing notice in the SPS database to be examined by MSPACE, Reference Situation should not be kept. No

31 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 When using Clone command for creating a new Article 4 submission from an existing notice in the SPS database to be examined by GIBC, the Notice Status should be set to 24. 24

32 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Three different Regional Plans/Lists Only one global Plan/List Study Options for Regions 1 & 3 Plans/Lists Frequency Band Option if not all bands are involved in the examination Study Options for Regions 1 & 3 Plans/Lists 6/4 GHz 13/10 GHz 13/11 GHz

33 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Assignment Type A: Incoming Article 4 under examination without Reference Situation V: Pending Article 4 network published in Part A – receives interference from other types of assignments but its interference to them is not taken into account P: Plan/List assignment EPM/OEPMEquivalent Protection Margin Overall Equivalent Protection Margin Generalized parameters Definition and application could be found in Annex 1/Section 1B and Annex 3A of Appendix 30B Pending Article 4 submissions Article 4 submissions whose AP4 information received by the Bureau before or on the same date of receipt of that of the incoming network Single entry and aggregate C/I Definition and application could be found in Annex 4 of Appendix 30B References and Explanatory Notes References and Explanatory Notes (1)

34 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 References and Explanatory Notes References and Explanatory Notes (2) SPS_ALLSpace Plans' Systems Database Contains currently AP30/30A Plans, Lists, Article 4 and Article 2A assignments. Released each two weeks in the BR IFIC CD-ROM. It could be also downloaded from the following URL: http://www.itu.int/ITU-R/space/plans/MSPACEg_files SRS_ALLSpace Radiocommunications Stations Database Contains unplanned Spaces Services Notices. Released quarterly in BR SRS on CD-ROM. Should be incrementally updated using BR IFIC CD-ROM between two subsequent release of SRS on CD-ROM.

35 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Services with coordination procedure subject to other provisions of the Radio Regulations such as those of Article 9 of RR Space Services with coordination procedure associated with to a Plan: Submissions under Article 4 of Appendices 30 and 30A Space Services Terrestrial Services SNP AP30/30A-Article 4 (SNP) SSC AP30/30A-Article 7 (SSC) SNP: SNPSSC:SSCTSD: TSD SNP: Space Notification and Plans Division SSC: Space Systems Coordination Division TSD: Terrestrial Services Department Submissions of SOF networks under Article 2A of AP30/30ASOF TSD AP30/30A-Article 6 (TSD) SNP AP30/30A-Article 4 (SNP) SNP AP30/30A Article 7 (SNP) Who does what? SNP Article 9 of RR (SNP)

36 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 BR Software Package SPS (Space Plans System) BR Seminar - Workshop Geneva 30/10 – 03/11/2006

37 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Menu I.I n t r o d u c t i o n II.M a i n C o n c e p t s III.S o f t w a r e P r o g r a m s IV.R e p o r t i n g V.O t h e r S o f t w a r e P r o g r a m s Introduction Main Concepts SPS Package Exercises GIBC

38 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Introduction

39 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 SPS ? I.Package of software programs to determine intra-service and intra-region coordination requirements for space networks of the planned services II.Availability SRS CD/DVD BR IFIC CD http://web/ITU-R/space/plans/MSPACEg_files/index.html Latest version Latest data files III.Requires GIMS to be installed GIMS data up to date! IV.Support MSPACE manual Software related question: brsas@itu.intbrsas@itu.int

40 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 When to use SPS? BSS Down Link R1&3 Plan Appendix 30 BSS Feeder Link R1&3 Plan Appendix 30A Region 2 Plan Appendices 30/30A FSS Plan Appendix 30B

41 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 What Is the Purpose of SPS? CoordinationRequirementsMinimizeInterference What If Studies

42 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Main Concepts

43 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Plans Principle Aggregate interfering effect from all interfering sources Interferers are existing and virtual networks

44 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 BSS Appendix 30/30A FSS : Single-entry & aggregate C/I

45 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 SPS Package

46 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Space Plans System Software MSPACE Parameter Input, calculation SPS_Reports Reporting tool BSS_Margin Update of reference situation (BSS) FSSUpd Update of reference situation (FSS)

47 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Space Plans System Input SPS Text File SNS-Like Database Only AP30B GIMS Database Antenna Pattern Library MSPACEg

48 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Space Plans System Input (SPS DB) SPS SNS-Like Database MS Access Format SpaceCap MS Access Preferred editing tool of SPS database is SpaceCap Preferred editing tool of SPS database is SpaceCap Schema description http://web/ITU-R/software/space/spaceqry/documentation/docs/srs_dbv5.pdf SpaceQry Elliptical Beams

49 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Space Plans System Input (Text) Text File Only AP30B Any text editor (notepad…) Format description in SPS Manual Format description in SPS Manual Sensitive syntax Sensitive syntax Migration to DB is ongoing Migration to DB is ongoing

50 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Space Plans System Input (GIMS) GIMS Reference Database Additional Databases - GIMS installation - Automatic connection Read Only DB New diagrams Or Modifications to REFDB diagrams SPS data must be matching diagram key elements: notice ID, notification reason, satellite name… Shaped Beams

51 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Space Plans System Input (APL) APL Users defined pattern Programmatic mean of allowing SPS to use new antenna patterns.

52 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Space Plans System Output Text Files Output Database SPS_Reports Not AP30B

53 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Space Plans System Output (DB) Output Database Schema description in SPS manual Can hold results of multiple MSPACE runs (use vrs_no field). SPS_Reports Basic Queries User Defined Queries Not AP30B

54 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Space Plans System Output (Text) Text Files I.Findings File (.fnd) All plans Summary of affected beams Summary of affected beams Error and warning messages II.Reference Situation File (.ref) Only AP30B New reference values III.Detailed Report (.det) Only for one beam analysis Log intermediate values Used mainly for debugging

55 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Reporting Runtime Reports in MSPACE_G Output Database SPS_Reports

56 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Reporting in MSPACE_G I.Compressed Report Built while MSPACEg is running Shows affected beams Print at the end of the run II.Graphical Report At the end of the run Display affected test points Can copy map picture III.Lost when program closes IV.Not available for AP30B

57 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Reporting with SPS_Reports Similar to Compressed Report in MSPACE_G PFD & EPM values PFD & EPM values Selection criteria Selection criteria Plot (affected) test points on map

58 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Exercises

59 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Exercise I : Reporting I.This exercise will show you how to use SPS_Reports and SpacePub to get the coordination requirements under 4.1.1 a) & b) of Appendix 30. II.In the exercise scenario, you have just received BR IFIC 9999 that contains the Part A publication of three Article 4 networks. The database SPS_ALL_IFIC9999.mdb is the SPS database distributed on the BR IFIC CD. The three networks are: 97552999 / R13DN-LINK R1&3 Down link 97554999 / R13FD-LINK R1&3 Feeder link 102555999 / R2-NETWORK R2

60 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Exercise II: SPS Package application - Part B analysis I.You will now change the characteristics of your network in order to decrease the number of affected networks. II.Run MSPACE and check that less administrations are affected. III.Use GIBC to evaluate coordination requirements with terrestrial services and FSS networks. Sample MSPACEg Software Output Report Files

61 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006.fnd File R1&3 BSS Down link Analysis

62 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006.fnd File FSS Appendix 30B Analysis

63 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006.ref File FSS AP30B Analysis Calculated Reference Situation

64 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 BR Software Package GIBC (Graphical Interface for Batch Calculations) BR Seminar - Workshop Geneva 30/10 – 03/11/2006

65 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 GIBC

66 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Whats the Purpose of GIBC? PFD Analysis Terrestrial Space ΔT/T Inter-service, inter-regions coordination requirements

67 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 GIBC Input/Output SPS Planned Data GIMS Database SRS Unplanned Data Text Files Elliptical Beams

68 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Protection of Terrestrial Services Select PFD (terrestrial) Type in ID of notice to examine Select Trigger Limits ID of notice in corresponding plan SPS DB path GIMS DBs

69 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Protection of Terrestrial Services I.Output Files C:\PFDRESULTS\ MSG.LST Error messages Always check ! PFD.LST Report file Affected administrationsBeam Antenna Gain Class of Station Central Frequency Power Power Density Provision& Incoming Service Protected Area Test point & country At the test point: gain, PFD, PFD excess, PFD limit Countries and PFD excess Notice ID Group ID

70 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Protection of Space Services Select PFD (space serv.) Type in ID of notice to examine ID of notice in corresponding plan SPS DB path SNS DB path GIMS DBs

71 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Protection of Space Services (PFD) I.Output Files C:\PXTRESULTS\ MSG.LST Error messages Always check ! PXT.LST Report file Affected administrations Class of Station Incoming Existing Administration Sat. Name Beam Sat. Pos. Central Frequency Gain ID of notice/group/assignment Power Power density Date of protection Date of Receipt Provision & Service Protected Area Affected test point & country At test point: gain, PFD, PFD excess, PFD limit Summary of affected administration

72 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 GIBC Tool/Options Database that contains the network to analyze

73 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Protection of Space Services (ΔT/T) Type in ID of notice to examine SPS DB path SNS DB path GIMS DBs Select Appendix 8 Activate Appendix 8 Case II

74 Technical Examination of AP30/30A/30B submissions and the related BR Software Packages World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, 30 October-3 November 2006 Protection of Space Services (ΔT/T) I.Output Files C:\APP8RESULTS\ MSG.LST Error messages Always check ! APP8.LST and APP8_OPT.LST Report file Affected administrations Class of Station Inc. Exi. Administration Sat. Name Beam Sat. Pos. Central Frequency Gain ID of notice/group/assignment Power Power density Date of protection Date of Receipt ΔT/T Associated earth station


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