Presentation on theme: "ITU-R Working Party 8D Status Update Inte rnational Civil Aviation Organization Regional Preparatory Group (RPG) Meeting for World Radiocommunication Conference."— Presentation transcript:
ITU-R Working Party 8D Status Update Inte rnational Civil Aviation Organization Regional Preparatory Group (RPG) Meeting for World Radiocommunication Conference 2007 (WRC-2007), ACP Working Group B and F and NSP SSG Meetings. Bangkok, Thailand, 21-25 February 2005.
2 Organization ITU-R –Radiocommunication Study Group 8 –Mobile, radiodetermination, amateur and related satellite services Working Party 8D –All mobile satellite services and radiodetermination satellite service (For more information see http://www.itu.int)
3 8D Study Questions of Interest to Aviation 110-1/8 Interference to the aeronautical mobile satellite (R) service 217/8 Interference to the radionavigation satellite service in the ICAO global navigation satellite system 233/8 Technical and operational characteristics for packet network transmission in mobile satellite services 236/8 Characteristics and operational requirements of radionavigation-satellite service (space-to-Earth, space-to- space, Earth-to-space) systems
4 8D WRC-07 Agenda Items of Interest to Aviation AI1.6 (part)... to study current satellite frequency allocations, that will support the modernization of civil aviation telecommunication systems, taking into account Resolution 415 (WRC-03) –Topic of separate briefing AI1.17 to consider the results of ITU-R studies on compatibility between the fixed-satellite service and other services around 1.4 GHz, in accordance with Resolution 745 (WRC-03) –Just need to monitor as needed to ensure protection of aeronautical systems
5 Other Issues (1 of 4): AMS(R)S: Priority and real-time pre-emption Driven by migration to generic MSS allocations –AMS(R)S spectrum requirements given priority (5.357A) Preliminary Draft New Report being developed –Titled Determination of feasibility and practicality of prioritization and real-time pre emptive access between different networks of MSS in the bands 1 525-1 559 MHz and 1 626.5-1 660.5 MHz –Defines terms, Identifies scenarios, Investigates methodologies, and Determines Feasibility –Current draft conclusion: prioritization and intersystem real-time pre-emption is not practical and unlikely to be feasible at this time. Work continues by correspondence, with goal of Draft New Report for next WP8D meeting –Correspondence Group Coordinator: Mr. Yoshio Suzuki (E-mail: email@example.com)
6 Other Issues (2 of 4): Working Document to guide development of PDRRs and PDNRs concerning RNSS characteristics Intended to guide development of PDRRs and PDNRs concerning RNSS system characteristics Organizational plan calls for revision of 5 Recommendations and preparation of 2 new Recommendations –Primarily reorganization and addition of new information –Agreed that restructuring/revisions would all be addressed/adopted as a package
7 Other Issues (3 of 4): Draft revision of Recommendation ITU-R M.1642 Methodology for determining aggregate effective power flux density (epfd) levels in 1164-1215 MHz band –Protects ARNS systems from new RNSS –Used in RNSS-provider coordination meetings to ensure aggregate limits not exceeded (5.328A, Resolution 609 (WRC-2003)) Draft revision addresses non-GSO RNSS operating in elliptical orbits
8 Other Issues (4 of 4): Draft new Report – DME Emissions into RNSS Receivers Intended to quantify impact of DME emissions into RNSS receivers in 1164-1215 MHz band. –Draft Report sent to Study Group 8 for approval Draft Report contained outdated information from early compatibility studies (i.e., some assumptions proven to be too pessimistic) –Study Group 8 agreed to send document back to WP8D for revision
9 Draft WRC-10 Agenda Items of Interest to Aviation (possible 8D attribution) AI2.3 to consider results of ITU-R studies in accordance with Resolution 222 (WRC-2000) to ensure spectrum availability and protection for the aeronautical mobile- satellite (R) service, and to take appropriate action of this subject, while retaining the generic allocation for the mobile-satellite service; AI3.1 to review the use of the band 5091-5150 MHz by the fixed satellite service (Earth-to-space) (limited to feeder links of the non-GSO mobile satellite service) in accordance with Resolution 114 (Rev. WRC-03);
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