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1 Slide 1 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 AP30/30A Plans & Lists Workshop Examination of a Satellite Network submitted under Article 4

2 Slide 2 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 Examination of Part A submissions under § 4.1.3/4.2.6 of Article 4 of Appendices 30 and 30A (1) Each downlink submission shall be in compliance with the limits of Annex 7 of Appendix 30. The technical examinations required for the publication of the Part A Special Section under § 4.1.5/4.2.8 of Article 4 of Appendices 30 and 30A are listed on the next slides. For each network published under the above-mentioned provisions, the results of MSPACE calculations are included in a zip file in the corresponding BR IFIC at the following location: D:\Data\SpacePlans\MSPACEg_results\MSPACEg_results_IFIC9999.zip The latest SPS_ALL[1] database containing the processed Article 4 networks is also included in that BR IFIC at the following location:[1] D:\Data\SpacePlans\SPS\SPS_ALL_IFIC9999.zip Where 9999 represents the corresponding BR IFIC no. [1][1] Space Plans Systems database (SPS_ALL), the database containing AP30/30A Plans, Lists, Article 4 and Article 2A assignments.

3 Slide 3 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 Related ProvisionLimit typeTo be protected AP30 Article 4 AP30 Annex Regi on Services & Frequency Band Software/Remark a) b) Annex 1 Section 1 PFD hard limit and PFD and EPM trigger limits within ±9° arc 1, 3BSS GHz (Region 1) GHz (Region 3) Regions 1 and 3 Plan, List and those Article 4 networks received by the BR before the network under examination. SPS PACKAGE (MSPACEG AND BSS_MARG) using GIMS and SPS databases Protected area: BSS test points c) Annex 1 Section 2 OEPM trigger limit 2BSS GHz Region 2 Plan and those Article 4 networks received by the BR before the network under examination. Examination of Part A submissions (2) AP30 Technical Examinations

4 Slide 4 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 Examination of Part A submissions (3) AP30 Technical Examinations Related ProvisionLimit typeTo be protected AP30 Article 4 AP30 Annex Regi on Services & Frequency Band Software/Remark c)Annex 1 Section 3 PFD trigger limit 2BSS GHz Region 2 Plan and those Article 4 networks received by the BR before the network under examination. GIBC-PXT using GIMS and SPS databases Protected area: BSS test points a) b) f) PFD trigger limit 1, 3BSS GHz (Region 1) GHz (Region 3) Regions 1 and 3 Plan, List and those Article 4 networks and Region 3 unplanned BSS received by the BR before the network under examination. GIBC-PXT using GIMS and SPS databases Protected area: Planned-BSS test points Unplanned BSS service area ( GHz in Region 3)

5 Slide 5 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 Examination of Part A submissions (4) AP30 Technical Examinations Related ProvisionLimit typeTo be protected AP30 Article 4 AP30 Annex Regi on Services & Frequency Band Software/Remark c)Annex 1 Section 3 PFD trigger limit 2BSS GHz Region 2 Plan and those Article 4 networks received by the BR before the network under examination. GIBC-PXT using GIMS and SPS databases Protected area: BSS test points a) b) f) PFD trigger limit 1, 3BSS GHz (Region 1) GHz (Region 3) Regions 1 and 3 Plan, List and those Article 4 networks and Region 3 unplanned BSS received by the BR before the network under examination. GIBC-PXT using GIMS and SPS databases Protected area: Planned-BSS test points Unplanned BSS service area ( GHz in Region 3)

6 Slide 6 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 Examination of Part A submissions (5) AP30 Technical Examinations Related ProvisionLimit typeTo be protected AP30 Article 4 AP30 Annex Regio n Services & Frequency Band Software/Remark d)Annex 1 Section 4 PFD trigger limit 1,2,3Terrestrial Services GHz Affected countries/geographical areas GIBC-PFD using GIMS database and a data file extracted from SPS database (BSS_SSTN.DAT) Protected area: Those parts of territories of the affected administrations which are not served by their BSS assignments overlapping the assignment under examination d)1,2,3Terrestrial Services GHz Affected countries/geographical areas e)Annex 1 Section 6 PFD trigger limit 2,3FSS (space-to-Earth) GHz (Region 2) GHz (Region 3) GIBC-PXT using GIMS, SPS and SRS databases Protected area: FSS downlink service area e)Annex 1 Section 6 PFD trigger limit 1,3FSS (space-to-Earth) GHz (Region 1) GHz (Region 3) e)Annex 1 Sections 7 T / T trigger limit 1FSS (Earth -to- space) GHz (Region 1) GIBC-AP29 Case II using GIMS and SNS/SPS databases

7 Slide 7 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 Examination of Part A submissions (6) AP30A Technical Examinations Related ProvisionLimit typeTo be protected AP30A Article 4 AP30A Annex Regio n Services & Frequency Band Software/Remark a) b) Annex 1 Section 4 PFD hard limit and EPM trigger limit within ±9° arc 1, 3Feeder-link to BSS 14.5 – 14.8 GHz 17.3 – 18.1 GHz Regions 1 and 3 Plan, List and those Article 4 networks received by the BR before the network under examination. SPS PACKAGE (MSPACEG AND BSS_MARG) using GIMS and SPS databases Protected area: Feeder-link to BSS test points c) Annex 1 Section 3 OEPM trigger limit 2Feeder-link to BSS 17.3 – 17.8 GHz Region 2 Plan and those Article 4 networks received by the BR before the network under examination.

8 Slide 8 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 Examination of Part A submissions (7) AP30 Technical Examinations Related ProvisionLimit typeTo be protected AP30A Article 4 AP30A Annex Regio n Services & Frequency Band Software/Remark c)Annex 1 Section 5 T / T trigger limit 2Feeder-link to BSS 17.3 – 17.8 GHz Region 2 Plan and those Article 4 networks received by the BR before the network under examination GIBC-AP29 using GIMS, SPS and SRS databases Protected area: Feeder-link to BSS test points a) b) 1, 3Feeder-link to BSS 17.3 – 17.8 GHz Regions 1 and 3 Plan and List and those Article 4 networks received by the BR before the network under examination d)Annex 1 Section 6 T / T trigger limit 2Feeder-link to unplanned BSS 17.8 – 18.1 GHz Those networks whose coordination request received by the BR before the network under examination GIBC-AP29 using GIMS, SPS and SRS databases Protected area: feeder-link service area

9 Slide 9 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 Examination of Part A submissions (8) Exercise on the sample SPS_ALL database a) Extract the SPS_ALL_IFIC9999.mdb sample database from the following zip file D:\Data\SpacePlans\SPS\SPS_ALL_IFIC9999.zip to the folder C:\Br_soft\SPS\ In this sample database, in addition to some Plan/List and Article 4 assignments, the following three Article 4 networks that are ficticiously published in BR IFIC 9999 are included: / R13DN-LINK:A sample Regions 1 and 3 Article 4 downlink network / R13FD-LINK: A sample Regions 1 and 3 Article 4 feeder-link network / R2-NETWORK: A sample Region 2 Article 4 network b) Extract the three MSPACE results database from the following zip file: D:\Data\SpacePlans\MSPACEg_results\MSPACEg_results_IFIC9999.zip to the folder C:\Br_soft\SPS; c) Run SPS_REPORTs, select AP30_R13DN-LINK_mspace_results.mdb, press Compressed report, select the option PFD and EPM, press Create Draft of Special Section, rename the created file SS_AP_30C.rtf at C:\Br_soft\SPS to R13DN-LINK_PartA.rtf ; d) Run SPS_REPORTs, open SPS_ALL_IFIC9999.mdb, select downlink Plan, select /R13DN-LINK network and prepare the data report or the Special Section. A document named as Temp.rtf will be opened in MS Word; e) Compare the list of affected networks under § a) & b) in Temp.rtf with the list of affected assignments in R13DN-LINK_PartA.rtf. Note the differences ; f) Repeat steps a) to e) above for / R13FD-LINK and / R2-NETWORK.

10 Slide 10 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 Examination of Part B submissions under § / of Article 4 of Appendices 30 and 30A (1) Technical Examinations According to § / of Article 4 of Appendices 30 and 30A, in requesting the publication of a Part B Special Section, administrations may modify certain parameters of a network previously published in a Part A Special Section in order to overcome unresolved disagreements. This requires that a new series of technical examinations be carried out by the Bureau in order to investigate whether or not an objecting administrations networks/territories are still identified as affected by the modified parameters. Moreover, checks are made to ascertain that no additional interference is imposed on an administration that has not objected or has previously agreed after an objection. The technical examinations required for the Part B submission is same as for Part A as listed the previous slides. However, the results of the examinations are compared with those of the relevant Part A examinations. Accordingly, for examination under § 4.1.1a) & b) / § 4.2.3c) of Appendix 30 and § 4.1.1a) & b) / § 4.2.2c) of Appendix 30A, the SPS_ALL database included in the BR IFIC of the networks Part A publication is used.

11 Slide 11 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 Examination of Part B submissions (2) Coordination requirement examination An indication of the agreements required or not based on different configurations of a network/Plan beam/Country identified as affected in the Part A / Part B technical examination are listed the following slide. In order to establish coordination requirements for an affected network/Plan beam/Country identified in the technical examination results, the following scenarios are taken into account: -whether the same network/Plan beam/Country was identified as affected in the relevant Part A Special Section; -whether the administration whose network/Plan beam/Country is identified as affected has objected to the corresponding Part A Special Section; - whether the level of the interference resulting from the Part B network characteristics is more than that resulting from the relevant Part A network characteristics. A separate coordination requirement is established for each affected administration under each paragraph of § / of Appendix 30 and § / of Appendix 30A.

12 Slide 12 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 Examination of Part B submissions (3) Coordination requirement examination Network/Plan Beam/Country identified in? Interference level of Part B higher than Part A? Objecting administratio n? Agreement is required ? Observation No Part A Technic al Exam Part B Technica l Exam 1X NA Since the affected network/Plan Beam/Country is no more identified in the updated Part B results, agreement is not required. 2X NA X 3XX 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. 4XXXX Since the objecting administration is still identified as affected, its agreement is required. 5XXXXX 6XXXX 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. 7X NA X The agreement of the affected administration whose service/network has been newly identified as affected, is required. : NOX: YESNA: Not Applicable Objecting administration: An administration identified as affected who has communicated an objection within the regulatory time limit and has not subsequently has given its agreed.

13 Slide 13 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 Examination of Part B submissions (4) Exercise on the sample SPS_ALL database - MSPACE a) Export the R13DN-LINK network from SPS_ALL_IFIC9999.mdb to a new database to the C:\Br_soft\SPS\R13DN-LINK_PartB.mdb database with the options Keep Findings and Ref. Situations unchecked and Keep group Ids of the source checked; b) Open the above created database in SpaceCap and delete beams 5 and 6 and odd channels of beam 3 (group id 384); c) Export back the R13DN-LINK network with the modified characteristics from the C:\Br_soft\SPS\R13DN-LINK_PartB.mdb database into the SPS_ALL_IFIC9999.mdb database with the options Replace Notice in Target and Keep group Ids of the source checked; d) Rename the SPS_ALL_IFIC9999.mdb database as SPS_ALL_R13DN-LINK_PartB.mdb; e) Copy the GIMS database D:\Exercise\SPS_GIMS_Sample.mdb to C:\Br_soft\Data; f) Run MSPACE on SPS_ALL_R13DN-LINK_PartB.mdb selecting downlink Plan/List and include the above mentioned GIMS database. Once the program finishes, select the Compressed report tab, select the option PFD and EPM, press Create Draft of Special Section, to create the report file SS_AP_30C.rtf; g) Compare the above-mentioned report with R13DN-LINK_PartA.rtf created on the Part A slide 8.

14 Slide 14 World Radiocommunication Seminar Geneva, November 2004 Examination of Part B submissions (5) Exercise on the sample SPS_ALL database – GIBC(PFD/PXT) a) Move the SPS_ALL_R13DN-LINK_PartB.mdb database to C:\Br_soft\Data; b) Copy the extract files bss_sstn.dat and the SRS_ALL_Sample.mdb database from D:\Exercise to C:\Br_soft\Data. The extract file that contains the assignments in the downlink Plans and List is used by the GIBC-PFD program; c) Run GIBC and select SPS_ALL_R13DN-LINK_PartB.mdb, SRS_ALL_Sample.mdb and SPS_GIMS_Sample.mdb on the Tools Options tab; d) Enter the notice id of the R13DN-LINK network ( ) on the PFD tab with the option Triggers selected and run the program. The results are at the following location: C:\PFDRESULTS\uuuuuu\ \tttttt where uuuuuu and tttttt correspond to the user name and time of the PFD run session; e) Enter the notice id of the R13DN-LINK network ( ) on the PXT tab with options Output Level: 1 and Finding Level: Group selected and run the program. The results are at the following location: C:\PXTRESULTS\uuuuuu\ \tttttt where uuuuuu and tttttt correspond to the user name and time of the PFD run session; f) Compare the new results with those of the Part A examination at the following location: D:\Exercise.


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