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1 Presentation and assessment of bilateral agreements concerning MHz band: case study Poland Wiktor Sęga, Office of Electronic Communications, Poland Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend Warsaw, 7-9 May 2012

2 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May Definition of digital dividend Digital dividend (according to EU and CEPT) is the term used to describe the spectrum in the VHF band (Band III: MHz) and UHF band (Bands IV and V: MHz) freed up as a result of the switchover from analogue to digital television transmission, except the frequency resources required to provide digital transmission for the existing analogue programs. In region 1 (Europe, Near East, Africa) the first digital dividend is interpreted as MHz frequency range.

3 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May Poland and its neighbours

4 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May Frequency assignments for ARNS registered in ITU RLS 2 (ground radar transmitter – aircraft responder) MHz, RSBN (aircraft transmitter – ground radar receiver) MHz, RLS1 (ground radar transmitter – ground radar receiver) MHz

5 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May Framework Agreement In relation with agenda item 1.17 of WRC-12, RCC and CEPT met several times during the Conference Preparatory Meeting (Geneva, February 2011). The aim was to develop the mechanism ensuring that countries currently using ARNS and countries wishing to deploy rapidly mobile service in the frequency band MHz to enter in bilateral discussion in order to reach cross-border agreements. These agreements should both enable the deployment of mobile service in a country while protecting other services (mobile service, fixed service and aeronautical radionavigation service) in the neighbouring country. As a result of these meetings the Framework Agreement has been elaborated. Concerned administrations can use this Agreement as a starting point for further bilateral discussions.

6 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May Bilateral Agreement between Poland and Russia The Agreement was signed in Warsaw, 26th of August 2011 as a result of the meeting the representatives of the Telecommunications Administration of Republic of Poland and the Telecommunications Administration of the Russian Federation. POL-RUS Agreement is based on the Framework Agreement. Covers the bilateral coordination of frequency assignments of LMS, ARNS and FS in both countries. Agreement defines: –maximum permissible field strength for land and see-land propagation paths, –limitations of technical parameters of stations (e.i.r.p, antenna heights), –deployment density of base stations, –minimum distances between base stations and the border, –special criteria for MHz frequency range, –other conditions of use of frequencies.

7 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May Bilateral Agreement between Poland and Russia sea-land paths land paths maximum permissible field strength (dB(µV/m) / 5 MHz) at a height of 10 m above the ground 5153 e.i.r.p of base stations (dBm / 5 MHz) 55 maximum base station effective antenna height (m a.g.l) 60 deployment density of base stations (BS / 100 km 2 ) * * depends on the area which BS is located (see maps on the next slides)

8 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May POL-RUS Agreement All base stations require coordination 0 – 20 km0 – 15 km

9 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May POL-RUS Agreement Deployment density of base stations shall not exceed 1 BS / 100 km 2 20 – 60 km15 – 60 km

10 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May POL-RUS Agreement Deployment density of base stations shall not exceed 5 (Elbląg) or (Ełk and Suwałki) 10 BS / 100 km 2 special areaspecial areas

11 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May POL-RUS Agreement Deployment density of base stations shall not exceed 50 BS / 100 km kmspecial area

12 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May Bilateral Agreement between Poland and Belarus The Agreement was signed in Minsk, 14th of October 2011 as a result of the meeting the representatives of (inter alia) the Office of Electronic Communications of the Republic of Poland and the State Supervisory Department for Telecommunications of the Ministry of Telecommunications and Informatization of the Republic of Belarus. POL-BLR Agreement is based on the Framework Agreement. Covers the bilateral coordination of frequency assignments of LMS and ARNS in both countries. Agreement defines: –maximum permissible field strength at the border line, –limitations of technical parameters of stations (e.i.r.p of base station, e.i.r.p of terminal station, effective antenna height of base station), –deployment density of base stations, –minimum distances between base stations and the border, –other conditions of use of frequencies.

13 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May Bilateral Agreement between Poland and Belarus maximum permissible field strength (dB(µV/m) / 5 MHz) at a height of 10 m above the ground 53 e.i.r.p of base stations (dBm / 5 MHz) 55 e.i.r.p of terminal stations (dBm / 5 MHz) 23 maximum base station effective antenna height (m a.g.l) 60 deployment density of base stations (BS / 100 km 2 ) * 1 50 * depends on the area which BS is located (see maps on the next slides)

14 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May POL-BLR Agreement All base stations require coordination 0 – 15 km

15 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May POL-BLR Agreement Deployment density of base stations shall not exceed 1 BS / 100 km 2 15 – 30 km

16 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May POL-BLR Agreement Deployment density of base stations shall not exceed 50 BS / 100 km 2 30 – 60 km

17 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May Bilateral Agreement between Poland and Ukraine The Agreement was signed in Bratislava, 28th of October 2011 as a result of the meeting the representatives of (inter alia) the Office of Electronic Communications of the Republic of Poland and the Ukrainian State Centre of Radio Frequencies. POL-UKR Agreement covers the bilateral coordination of frequency assignments of LMS and ARNS of Poland and frequency assignments of ARNS of Ukraine. Agreement defines: –maximum permissible field strength at the border line (50 dB(µV/m)/1 MHz at a height of 10 m above the ground), –minimum distances between base stations and the border (15 km), –other conditions of use of frequencies.

18 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May POL-UKR Agreement All base stations require coordination 0 – 15 km

19 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May Bilateral Agreement between Poland and Germany The Agreement was signed in Warsaw, 12th of April Covers the bilateral coordination of frequency assignments of LMS in both countries. Agreement defines: –maximum permissible field strength at a height of 3 m above ground level: at the border line (55 dB(µV/m) / 5 MHz), at a distance of 9 km beyond the border (29 dB(µV/m) / 5 MHz), –temporary protection of analogue and digital television in Poland, –temporary protection of Polish ARNS stations recorded in MIFR, –other conditions of use of frequencies.

20 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May Bilateral Agreement between Poland and Slovakia The Agreement was signed in Warsaw, 23rd of August Covers the bilateral coordination of frequency assignments of LMS in both countries. Agreement defines: –maximum permissible field strength at a height of 3 m above ground level: at the border line (55 dB(µV/m) / 5 MHz), at a distance of 9 km beyond the border (29 dB(µV/m) / 5 MHz), –temporary protection of analogue and digital television in Poland and Slovak Republic, –temporary protection of Polish ARNS stations recorded in MIFR, –other conditions of use of frequencies.

21 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May Agreements between Poland and its other neighbours Agreements under preparation....

22 Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television broadcasting, borderline frequency coordination and digital dividend, 7-9 May Thank you for your attention!


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