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1 Preparations for WRC-11 1st Meeting of the APT Conference Preparatory  Group for WRC-11 ( ) * Bangkok, Thailand March 2008 Nelson Malaguti, Counsellor, ITU-BR

2 Preparations for WRC-11 Part I Overview of the WRC process
Part II Preparations for WRC-11 Part III Outlines of the draft CPM Report and Preparatory studies to WRC-11 Part IV Regional preparations for WRC-11

3 I - World Radiocommunication Conferences within the ITU-R Sector
ITU Member States (including Regional Groups, Informal Group) Revisions to RR, Resolutions & Recommendations Final Acts RA Technical bases Rec WRC CPM-2 ITU Council Director RRB Radiocommunication Bureau SC and Study Groups: SG-1: Spectrum management SG-3: Radiowave propagation SG-4: Satellite services SG-5: Terrestrial services SG-6: Broadcasting service SG-7: Science services Next WRC Agenda RoP CPM-1 RRB: Radio Regulations Board SGs: Radiocommunication Study Groups SC: Special Committee (Regulat. & Procedural) RA: Radiocommunication Assembly WRC:World Radiocommunication Conference CPM: Conference Preparatory Meeting Rec: ITU-R Recommendation RoP: Rules of Procedure RR: Radio Regulations (treaty status)

4 Radio Regulations (RR)
The Radio Regulations (treaty status) incorporates the decisions of the World Radiocommunication Conferences, including all Appendices, Resolutions, Recommendations and ITU-R Recommendations incorporated by reference. Frequency block allocations to defined radio services (Article 5) Mandatory or voluntary regulatory procedures (coordination, plan modification, notification, recording) that are adapted to the allocation structure

5 World Radiocommunication Conferences (WRC)
Updates the Radio Regulations (treaty status) Spectrum Allocation Coordination and Notification procedures Administrative and operational procedures Adopts Resolutions Held every 3-4 years RR WRC

6 Approved new Study Group structure Elected Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen
II Radiocommunication Assembly (RA-07) (Geneva, October 07) Approved new Study Group structure To better reflect today’s radio technologies Elected Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen for Study Groups, CCV, CPM, RAG and SC Revised the SG Work Programme New and revised Questions Updated Working Methods Approved 7th revision of Rec. ITU-R M.1457 Expanded IMT-2000 Radio Interface Family with OFDMA technology, Established IMT-Advanced as the name for 4G Approved new ITU-R Resolutions related to ITU-R activities on Emergency Com & Disaster Management Development of International Mobile Telecommunications Studies to achieve harmonization for SRD (short-range radiocom- -munication devices)

7 RA-07 - Restructuring Study Groups (1)
Approved new Study Group structure Former SG structure New SG structure Spectrum Management SG 1 SG 1 Spectrum Management Radiowave Propagation Radiowave Propagation SG 3 SG 3 Fixed Satellite Services Satellite Services (FSS + BSS, MSS & RDSS) SG 4 SG 4 WP 6S WP 8D Broadcasting Services Broadcasting Service SG 6 SG 6 Science Services Science Services SG 7 SG 7 Mobile, amateur, radiodetermination and related satellite services SG 8 SG 5 Terrestrial Services (fixed, mobile, radiodetermination, maritime, aeronautical, amateur & amateur-satellite) WPs 8A, 8B, 8F SG 9 Fixed Service WPs 9B, 9C, 9D

8 RA-07 - Restructuring Study Groups (2)
Resolution ITU-R 4-5:  Scopes and Chairmanship of SGs and CVC Study Group 1: Mr R. HAINES (United States) Study Group 3: Mr B. ARBESSER-RASTBURG (ESA) Study Group 4: Dr V. RAWAT (Canada) Study Group 5: Dr A. HASHIMOTO (Japan) Study Group 6: Mr C. DOSCH (Germany) Study Group 7: Mr V. MEENS (France) CCV: Mr N. KISRAWI (Syrian Arab Republic) Other Chairmen elected at RA-07: RAG: Mr J.B. YAO KOUAKOU (Côte d'Ivoire) CPM: Mr A. NALBANDIAN (Armenia) SC: Mr M. GHAZAL (Lebanon) Resolution ITU-R 5-5:  Work Programme and Questions of Study Groups

9 RA-07 – Updating Working Methods
of ITU-R Study Groups, CCV, CPM and RAG Resolution ITU-R 1-5: Working methods for the Radiocommunication Assembly, the Radiocommunication Study Groups, and the Radiocommunication Advisory Group Resolution ITU-R 2-5: Conference Preparatory Meeting Resolution ITU-R 15-4: Appointment and maximum term of office for Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen of Radiocommunication Study Groups, the Coordination Committee for Vocabulary and of the Radiocommunication Advisory Group

10 World Radiocommunication Conferences (WRC)
30 agenda items, 2500 proposal, 3000 del.! almost all services (terrestrial: FS, MS, BS, Amat.S, RAS, RLS, space: FSS, BSS, MSS, EESS, SRS, SO, MetSat, Amat.Sat) several applications: IMT, HAPS, HF, GMDSS WRC-11 ([dates in 2011 to be confirmed]) - 33 agenda items, again almost all services (terrestrial: RLS, AM(R)S, passive S, FS, BS, MS, Maritime MS, Amat.S, space: AMS(R)S, SRS, BSS, MSS, MetAids, RDSS, MetSat) and other issues (Res.951, SRDs, Cognitive Radio) and many applications and systems : UAS, ENG, HAPS, oceanographic radar, …

11 Final meetings of regional groups
Main steps toward WRC-11 WRC-07: Draft Agenda (Resolution 805) Council-08: Agenda (Resolution [tbd]) Conference Preparatory Meeting (CPM):  CPM11-1: 19–20 Nov CA/171 of )  CPM11-2: [about seven months before WRC-11] Final meetings of regional groups  Member States’ proposals to WRC-11

12 WRC-11 Preparation Stages
1. 1st Conference Preparatory Meeting (CPM11-1): Geneva, November 2007  results published in CA/171 (http://www.itu.int/md/meetingdoc.asp?type=sitems&lang=e&parent=R00-CA-CIR-0171) Define framework of preparatory studies and structure of CPM Report (Chapter Rapporteurs) (http://www.itu.int/ITU-R/study-groups/docs/ties/rcpm-structure-report-wrc-11-end.doc) Nominate responsible ITU-R Groups for each WRC-11 Agenda Item, in addition to the SC  9 existing Working Parties plus JTG 5-6 (ai1.17)

13 WRC-11 Preparation Stages
2. Study of the WRC-11 agenda items at: Meetings of ITU-R responsible groups (WPs/JTG)  Development of draft CPM texts Carry out technical studies Development of necessary ITU-R Recommendations and Reports Propose method(s) of satisfying WRC-11 Agenda Items Prepare preliminary draft examples of regulatory texts  Submission of texts to the CPM Rapporteurs by [about 13 to 14 months before WRC-11] Meetings of regional groups (APT, AMSG, ATU, CEPT, CITEL, RCC) BR World and Regional Seminars  Progress reports informing about the development of ITU-R studies on all WRC-11 agenda items Situation as of today

14 WRC-11 Preparation Stages (Cont’d)
3. CPM Management Team meeting (CPM Steering Committee and Chairmen of Responsible Groups and Study Groups) Geneva,[one week following deadline for CPM texts]  prepare the draft CPM Report to WRC-11 4. Special Committee on Regulatory/Procedure matters meeting Geneva, [at least four months before CPM11-2]  review regulatory parts of the draft CPM Report  prepare a report to the CPM-07 based on: - Results of studies of the SC Working Party - Extracts from the draft CPM Report - Contributions from ITU-R Members

15 WRC-11 Preparation Stages (Cont’d)
5. 2nd Conference Preparatory Meeting (CPM11-2)  [about seventh month before WRC-11]  prepare consolidated CPM Report to WRC-11, using: - the draft CPM Report - the Report of the Special Committee - Contributions from ITU-R Members  Consider the preliminary BR Dir. Report to WRC-07 (Organised in accordance with Res. ITU-R 2-5) 6. RADIOCOMMUNICATION ASSEMBLY 2011 (RA-11) Geneva, [one week before WRC-11] 7. WORLD RADIOCOMMUNICATION CONFERENCE 2011 (WRC-11) Geneva, [in 2011]

16 Preparation for WRC-11

17 Possible Timetable for WRC-11 preparation

18 III – CPM-11 Report Preparation
Responsible ITU-R Groups WRC-11 (agenda items) Chapter 1 (draft texts) 1.6 1.22 WP 1A Chapter 2 (draft texts) 1.2 1.19 Chapter 3 (draft texts) WP 1B Chapter 4 (draft texts) 1.13 WP 4A Chapter 5 (draft texts) Technical aspects 7 Chapter 6* (draft texts) SC Regulatory and procedural aspects 1.7 1.18 1.25 WP 4C 1.23 WP 5A CPM Management Team Meeting 1.3 1.4 1.9 1.10 WP 5B 1.14 1.15 1.21 Draft CPM Report SC 1.5 1.8 1.20 WP 5C 1.11 1.12 1.24 WP 7B CPM11-2 1.16 WP 7C CPM Report to WRC-11 1.17 JTG 5-6 8.1 sub-issues SG-1, SG-4, SG-7 * includes also a.i. 2, 4, 8.2

19 List of Agenda Items and Responsible Groups
Responsible ITU-R Groups 1.2 1.14 WP 1B 1.3 1.15 WP 5B 1.4 1.16 WP 7C 1.5 1.17 JTG 5-6 1.6 1.18 1.7 WP 4C 1.19 1.8 1.20 WP 5C 1.9 1.21 WP 1A 1.10 1.22 WP 5A 1.11 1.23 WP 7B 1.12 1.24 WP 4A 1.13 1.25 Technical aspects 7 8.1 sub-issues SC SG-1, SG-4, SG-7 Regulatory and procedural aspects

20 CPM-11 Chairman and Vice-Chairmen
Chairman, CPM Mr. A. NALBANDIAN (ARM), Vice-Chairmen, CPM Mr K. ABDELKADER (TUN), Mr A. FREDERICH (S), Mr. V. GLUSHKO (RUS), Mr. J.J. MASSIMA LANDJI (GAB), Mrs. S. TAYLOR (USA),

21 Table of contents of the CPM Report to WRC-11
Chapters of CPM Report WRC-11 Agenda items 1. Maritime and Aeronautical issues 2. Radiolocation and Amateur issues 3. Fixed, Mobile and Broadcasting issues 4. Science issues 5. Satellite issues 6. Future work programme and other issues 1.3, 1.4, 1.9, 1.10 1.14, 1.15, 1.21, 1.23 1.5, 1.8, 1.17, 1.20, 1.22 1.6, 1.11, 1.12, 1.16, 1.24 1.7, 1.13, 1.18, 1.25, 7 1.2, 1.19, 2, 4, 8.1, 8.2

22 CPM-11 Chapter Rapporteurs
Chapters of CPM Report CPM-11 Chapter Rapporteurs 1. Maritime and Aeronautical issues 2. Radiolocation and Amateur issues 3. Fixed, Mobile and Broadcasting issues 4. Science issues 5. Satellite issues 6. Future work programme and other issues Mr Christian Rissone (F) Mr Timur Kadyrov (RUS) Mr Naser A. Eidha Alrashedi (UAE) Mr John E. Zuzek (USA) Mr Muneo Abe (J) Mr Jean-Jacques Massima Landji (GAB)

23 Maritime and Aeronautical Issues
Chapter 1 of CPM Report Maritime and Aeronautical Issues Rapporteur: Mr Christian Rissone (F) WRC-11 Agenda items 1.3, 1.4, 1.9, 1.10 1.3: spectrum requirements and possible regulatory actions, including allocations, for safe operation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) 1.4: further regulatory measures for introduction of new AM(R)S systems at  MHz, 960-1 164 MHz and 5 000- 5 030 MHz 1.9: revise frequencies and channelling arrangements of App. 17 in order to implement new digital technologies for the MMS 1.10: frequency allocation requirements for operation of safety systems for ships and ports and associated regulatory provisions

24 Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) are
C1 - AI 1.3: spectrum requirements and possible regulatory actions, including allocations, for safe operation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 421 [COM6/8] WP 5B (27 Oct. - 7 Nov. 2008) 4A, 4C, (7B, 7C, 7D) Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) are expected to increase significantly in the near future in the same environment as manned aircrafts, but also in specific environments not accessible to manned aircrafts On-going studies to: Support remote pilot in commanding and controlling UAS and in relaying the air traffic control communications Provide spectrum for advanced techniques to detect and track nearby aircraft, terrain and obstacles to navigation Protect existing services

25 C1 - AI 1.4: further regulatory measures for new AM(R)S systems at ,  and MHz WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 413 (Rev.WRC-07) WP 5B (27 Oct. - 7 Nov. 2008) 4C, 6D, (3K) 417 [COM4/5] 4C 420 [COM4/9] 4C, 7D, (3M) Aeronautical community needs for enhanced and new AM(R)S systems: - using intensive and safety-critical radiocommunication data links - to support new applications and concepts in air traffic management, relating to safety and regularity of flights AM(R)S systems may need ~ GHz for surface applications (Rep. ITU‑R M.2120) On-going studies: Study any compatibility issues between BS and AM(R)S (~108MHz), and sharing solutions between ARNS or RNSS and AM(R)S systems (~1GHz), Identify needs for additional AM(R)S allocation at GHz, and study technical and operational issues relating to protection of RNSS and RAS

26 Rapid growing need to use new digital technologies in MMS
C1 - AI 1.9: revise frequencies and channelling arrangements of RR Appendix 17 to implement new digital technologies for MMS WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 351 (Rev.WRC-07) WP 5B (27 Oct. - 7 Nov. 2008) - Use of the HF bands Rapid growing need to use new digital technologies in MMS To better respond to emerging demand for new services, new HF data exchange technologies capable of delivering maritime safety information On-going studies to identify: necessary modifications to the RR App.17 frequency table, necessary transition arrangements, and recommend how digital technologies can be introduced while ensuring compliance with distress and safety requirements

27 C1 - AI 1.10: frequency allocation requirements for operation of safety systems for ships and ports and associated regulatory provisions WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 357 [COM6/10] WP 5B (27 Oct. - 7 Nov. 2008) (5A, 5C, 7B, 7C, 7D) Increasing need, on a global basis, to enhance ship and cargo identification, tracking, and surveillance as well as ship and port security and safety New IMO ISPS Code requires long-range spectrum dependent systems May need additional AIS channels in MSS for global ship tracking capabilities May use advanced maritime HF data systems to deliver and receive security alerts and safety information and receive LRIT information On-going studies: To determine spectrum requiremnts and potential bands to support ship and port security and enhanced maritime safety systems On sharing and compatibility issues with services already having allocations in those potential frequency bands

28 Radiolocation and Amateur issues
Chapter 2 of CPM Report Radiolocation and Amateur issues Rapporteur: Mr Timur Kadyrov (RUS) WRC-11 Agenda items 1.14, 1.15, 1.21, 1.23 1.14: consider requirements for new applications in the RLS and review allocations or regulatory provisions for implementation of RLS in the range 30‑300 MHz 1.15: consider possible allocations in the range 3-50 MHz to the RLS for oceanographic radar applications 1.21: consider a primary allocation to the RLS in the band  GHz 1.23: allocation of ~15 kHz in the band  kHz to the AS on a 2ndary basis, taking into account the need to protect existing services

29 C2 - AI 1.14: consider requirements for new applications in the RLS and review allocations or regulatory provisions for implementation of RLS in the range 30‑300 MHz WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 611 [COM6/14] WP 5B (27 Oct. - 7 Nov. 2008) (3L, 5A, 5C, 7B, 7D) Emerging requirements for increased resolution and range of radars operation Terrestrial-based RLS systems are needed to enable various space object detection applications (remote space sensing, asteroid detection), and for defining the position of natural and artificial Earth satellites Studies included in Rec. ITU-R M.1802 “Characteristics and protection criteria for radars operating in the band MHz” On-going studies to: Identify global primary allocations in VHF, avoiding bands used by distress and safety applications in the MMS Complete compatibility analyses (specifically w.r.t FS and MS)

30 Identify characteristics and bandwidth requirements
C2 - AI 1.15: consider possible allocations in range 3-50 MHz to the RLS for oceanographic radar applications WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 612 [COM6/15] WP 5B (27 Oct. - 7 Nov. 2008) 5C, 6D,(5A, 7B, 7D) Increasing interest for global operation of HF ocean. radars for measurement of coastal sea surface conditions related to environmental, oceanographic, meteorological, climatological, maritime and disaster mitigation operations HF oceanographic radars operate on a global basis through use of ground-wave propagation, but no RLS in 3-50 MHz On-going studies to: Identify characteristics and bandwidth requirements Provide results of sharing analyses with other services Recommend suitable bands (each band < 600 kHz)

31 C2 - AI 1. 21: consider a primary allocation to the RLS in the band 15
C2 - AI 1.21: consider a primary allocation to the RLS in the band  GHz WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 614 [COM6/19] WP 5B (27 Oct. - 7 Nov. 2008) 4A,(3M, 7D) Provide adequate spectrum for emerging new radar systems necessitating wider emission bandwidths for increased resolution and range accuracy Worldwide allocation may be required to give regulatory assurance and confidence to developers, manufacturers and investors that RLS radar systems will operate globally On-going studies to: Identify technical characteristics, protection criteria, and other factors in order to Ensure compatibly with the ARNS, FSS in same band, and RAS in lower-adjacent band

32 Decreased use of this band due to introduction of GMDSS
C2 - AI 1.23: allocation of ~15 kHz in the band  kHz to the AS on a secondary basis, and need to protect existing services WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) - WP 5A (27 Oct. - 7 Nov. 2008) (5B, 5C, 6D) Increasing call for the 500 kHz band to be allocated to and used by the amateur service in order to: Enable the Amateur radio Service to serve in cases of natural emergency situations as a backup to public communication channels Allow ultra-reliable regional groundwave communications Decreased use of this band due to introduction of GMDSS Amateur Systems characteristics are defined in Rec. ITU-R M.1732 On-going studies to: Provide WRC-11 with results of sharing analyses with other services in this band

33 Fixed, Mobile and Broadcasting issues
Chapter 3 of CPM Report Fixed, Mobile and Broadcasting issues Rapporteur: Mr Naser A. Eidha Alrashedi (UAE) WRC-11 Agenda items 1.5, 1.8, 1.17, 1.20, 1.22 1.5: consider worldwide/regional harmonization of spectrum for electronic news gathering (ENG) 1.8: consider progress studies of technical and regulatory issues relative to the FS in the bands between 71 GHz and 238 GHz 1.17: consider sharing studies between the MS and other services at  MHz in Reg. 1 and 3, to ensure the adequate protection of services in this frequency band, and take appropriate action 1.20: studies on spectrum identification for gateway links for HAPS in range 5850‑7075 MHz to support operations in the FS and MS 1.22: examine effect of emissions from SRD on radiocom. services

34 C3 - AI 1.5: consider worldwide/regional harmonization of spectrum for electronic news gathering (ENG) WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 954 [COM6/5] WP 5C* (27 Oct. - 7 Nov. 2008) 5A, 6D, 6G, 6X (4A,4C,7B,7D) * based on requirements developed by SG 6 Use of ENG is an important element in the comprehensive coverage of a wide range of internationally noteworthy events, including emergencies, natural disasters, breaking news Increasing portability of terrestrial ENG systems and trend towards cross-border operation of ENG equipment Advanced digital technologies open new opportunities for fixed and mobile ENG operations - spectrum implications (see Report ITU-R BT.2069) National spectrum allocations exist in some countries (see Recommendations ITU-R F.1777 and ITU-R M.1824) On-going studies to: Achieve a satisfactory degree of worldwide/regional harmonization of spectrum for ENG use

35 Under study for more than 7 years
C3 - AI 1.8: consider progress studies of technical and regulatory issues relative to the FS in the bands between 71 GHz and 238 GHz WRC Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 731 (WRC-2000) WP 5C (27 Oct. - 7 Nov. 2008) 7C, 7D (1A, 4A) 732 (WRC-2000) 7B, (1A, 4A) Under study for more than 7 years Increasing interest for commercial use of spectrum above 70 GHz due to unique propagation characteristics and wide bandwidth available for carrying commercial fixed wireless applications - extremely high-speed data transmission On-going studies to: Prepare a possible revision of the Radio Regulations, to accommodate emerging requirements of FS, taking into account the requirements of the passive services

36 Band currently used predominantly by BS (GE06 Agreemnt )
C3 - AI 1.17: consider sharing studies between the MS and other services at  MHz in Reg. 1 and 3, to ensure the protection of services in this frequency band, and take appropriate action WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 749 [COM4/13] JTG 5-6 (28 May - 3 June 2008) - Band currently used predominantly by BS (GE06 Agreemnt ) Transition analogue to digital television  digital dividend  Spectrum opportunities for new applications (IMT‑Advanced, …) Band providing favourable propagation characteristics, cost-effective solutions for coverage of large areas with low population density On-going studies to: Provide results of sharing analyses between MS and other services in order to protect “existing” services in this band

37 HAPS (high altitude platform stations) requirements:
C3 - AI 1.20: studies on spectrum identification for gateway links for HAPS in the range 5850‑7075 MHz to support operations in the FS and MS WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 734 (Rev.WRC-07) WP 5C (27 Oct. - 7 Nov. 2008) 4A (3M, 5A, 5B, 7B,7C) HAPS (high altitude platform stations) requirements: Need to facilitate implementation of systems using HAPS in the fixed and mobile services in bands above 3 GHz To provide gateway links for HAPS base stations as a complement to spectrum allocations already identified for HAPS provision of IMT-2000 services On-going studies to: Extend the sharing analyses to identifying two channels of 80 MHz each for gateway links for HAPS Ensuring the protection of existing services (other FS, FSS)

38 In some cases RFIDs may radiate considerable energy
C3 - AI 1.22: examine effect of emissions from short-range radio devices (SRD) on radiocommunication services WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned groups 953 [COM6/4] WP 1A ( June 2008) SG 3, SG 4, SG 5, SG 6, SG 7 Increasing amount of SRDs proliferating across various frequency bands, such as RFIDs or using UWB technologies In some cases RFIDs may radiate considerable energy Some radio services (e.g. those using low field strengths), may suffer harmful interference from SRDs (like RFIDs) SRDs (e.g. RFIDs) hold promise for new applications On-going studies to: Identify further the SRDs emissions, inside and outside “ISM” frequency bands, and Ensure adequate protection of all the radiocommunication services

39 Chapter 4 of CPM Report Science issues Rapporteur:
Mr John E. Zuzek (USA) WRC-11 Agenda items 1.6, 1.11, 1.12, 1.16, 1.24 1.6: update spectrum use by passive services in GHz, and consider possible procedures for free-space optical-links 1.11: consider a primary allocation to the SRS (Earth-to-space) within the band  GHz 1.12: protect the primary services in the band 37-38 GHz from interference resulting from AMS operations 1.16: needs of passive systems for lightning detection in MetAids, including possibility of an allocation in the range below 20 kHz 1.24 consider extension to band  MHz of existing MetSat allocation at 7750‑7850 MHz, for NGSO sat. (space-to-Earth)

40 C4 - AI 1.6: update spectrum use by passive services in GHz, and possible procedures for free-space optical-links WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 950 (Rev.WRC-07) WP 1A* 7C, 7D (3M) 955 [COM6/9] WP 1A ( June 2008) 5C, 7B, (3M) * based on requirements developed by SG 7 Bands  GHz not allocated, except for passive services for experimentation and development studies (EESS, SRS and RAS for climatological and meteorological purposes) Band above 3000 GHz already used for various optical applications from telecommunication links to satellite remote sensing On-going studies: To update the spectrum use from 275 to 3 000 GHz by and for protection of the passive services On sharing aspects (at least) and on a clear definition of the limits for bands above 3000 GHz

41 Recommend appropriate sharing criteria
C4 - AI 1.11: consider a primary allocation to the SRS (Earth-to-space) within the band  GHz WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 753 [COM6/11] WP 7B (31 Mar. - 4 April 2008) 4A, 5C (3M, 5A) Growing interest in comprehensive space exploration (particularly towards and around the Moon: examining the terrain, environment and potential landing sites) with both robotic and manned missions Need for companion uplink (Earth-to-space) band to provide mission data, command and control links On-going studies to: Provide results of sharing analyses between SRS (Earth-to-space) and FS, MS and ISS Recommend appropriate sharing criteria

42 C4 - AI 1.12: protect primary services in the band 37-38 GHz from interference resulting from aeronautical mobile service operations WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 754 [COM6/12] WP 7B (31 Mar. - 4 April 2008) 4A, 5B, 5C (5A) Aeronautical mobile station can cause high interference to receivers in the FS (HDFS), other MS, FSS and the SRS W.r.t. SRS receivers, this may significantly exceed the permissible interference levels for extended periods of time, thus jeopardizing the success of a space mission This band is required to support increased data requirements of planned manned and scientific missions On-going studies to: Determine the compatibility of the AMS with the other affected primary services in that band

43 Need to avoid recent instances of interference On-going studies to:
C4 - AI 1.16: needs of passive systems for lightning detection in MetAids, including possibility of allocation in range below 20 kHz WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 671 [COM6/16] WP 7C (31 Mar. - 4 April 2008) (3L, 5B, 5C, 7A) VLF bands are used by systems that detect and locate lightning (existing systems require from 3 to 5 kHz bandwidth) Operational and safety-of-life services providing warnings of extreme weather events to organizations and customers including emergency services, aviation, defence, the utilities & public Need to avoid recent instances of interference On-going studies to: Identify technical and procedural recommendations Enable WRC-11 to provide recognition to long-established MetAids systems (e.g. frequency allocation)

44 Sharing situation with other services is same in both bands
C4 - AI 1.24: consider extension to band  MHz of existing MetSat allocation at 7750‑7850 MHz, for NGSO sat. (space-to-Earth) WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 672 [COM6/20] WP 7B (31 Mar. - 4 April 2008) 5C (5A, 5B) Band GHz currently used by NGSO polar MetSat, transmitting typically in data dump modes to large earth stations High-resolution sensors in future NGSO MetSat ( ) will require an extension of current allocation by 50 MHz Data obtained with these sensors are essential for global weather forecast, climate changes and hazard predictions Sharing situation with other services is same in both bands On-going studies to: Analyze sharing situation between NGSO MetSat and FS, MS Enable WRC-11 to take decision on this issue

45 Chapter 5 of CPM Report Satellite issues Rapporteur: Mr Muneo Abe (J)
WRC-11 Agenda items 1.7, 1.13, 1.18, 1.25, 7 1.7: meet requirements for AMS(R)S, while retaining unchanged the generic MSS allocation at 1525‑1559 and  MHz 1.13: studies on spectrum usage of the  GHz band for the BSS and the associated feeder-link bands in Regions 1 and 3 1.18: extending existing 1mary and 2ndary RDSS (space-to-Earth) allocations at  MHz to make a global primary allocation 1.25: consider possible additional allocations to the MSS with particular focus on the bands between 4 GHz and 16 GHz 7: consider possible improvements to API, coordination, notifica- tion and recording procedures for satellite networks – Res. 86

46 Ensure long-term spectrum availability for the AMS(R)S
C5 - AI 1.7: meet requirements for AMS(R)S, while retaining the generic MSS allocation at 1525‑1559 and  MHz WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 222 (Rev.WRC-07) WP 4C (26 Mar. - 4 April 2008) 5C (4B, 7B, 7C, 7D) High-priority AMS(R)S communications are essential for safety and regularity of flights in civil air transportation Expected increase of spectrum demand for current and future AMS(R)S systems Rep. ITU-R M.2073 concluded that use of prioritization and inter-system real-time pre-emptive access is not practical On-going studies to: Ensure long-term spectrum availability for the AMS(R)S Identify existing + future AMS(R)S spectrum requirements, Assess whether that can be met with current allocation and new technical/regulatory means or, otherwise, new allocations for AMS(R)S communications

47 a priori planning of this band is not necessary On-going studies:
C5 - AI 1.13: studies on spectrum usage of the  GHz band for the BSS and the associated feeder-link bands in Regions 1 and 3 WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 551 [COM6/13] WP 4A ( April 2008) 5C, 6X (3M, 4B, 5A, 6D, 6G, 7D) Future BSS systems in this band may provide extremely high resolution imagery (EHRI) applications (see Rec. ITU‑R BT.1201 and Rep. ITU‑R BT.2042) Res.525 (Rev.WRC-07) governs the interim use of HDTV BSS systems in this band on a first-come-first-served basis a priori planning of this band is not necessary On-going studies: On the technical and regulatory aspects to harmonize the long-term usage of this band, assessing various planning methodologies, coordination procedures or other procedures and BSS technologies

48 C5 - AI 1.18: extending existing 1mary and 2ndary RDSS (space-to-Earth) allocations at  MHz to make a global primary allocation WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 613 [COM6/17] WP 4C (26 Mar. - 4 April 2008) 5A, 5B, 5C (3L, 4A) Demand for position and time determination by means of satellite systems is expected to continue to grow since it offers great societal benefits Band already allocated on primary basis to RDSS and other services (FS, MS, MSS, RLS) in many countries On-going studies: On technical, operational and regulatory aspects of the possible RDSS compatibility with other services in that band To achieve a Worldwide RDSS allocation in order to simplify receiver and antenna designs and thus reduce their cost

49 Other MSS systems may also require additional spectrum
C5 - AI 1.25: consider possible additional allocations to the MSS with particular focus on the bands between 4 GHz and 16 GHz WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned groups 231 [COM6/21] WP 4C (26 Mar. - 4 April 2008) SG 1, SG 3, SG 5, SG 6, SG 7 Shortfall of spectrum available for the satellite component of IMT for the year 2020 (Report ITU‑R M.2077): - between 19 and 90 MHz (Earth-to-space direction) - between 144 and 257 MHz (space-to-Earth direction) Other MSS systems may also require additional spectrum On-going studies on: Identification of new possible MSS allocations in both Earth-to-space and space-to-Earth directions, focusing on the 4-16 GHz band, but without placing undue constraints on existing services

50 Opportunity to review the RR procedures for satellite networks
C5 - AI 7: Consider possible improvements to API, coordination, notification and recording procedures for satellite networks - Res. 86 WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 86 (Rev.WRC-07) WP 4A (Technic) ( April 2008) SC (Regul.+Proc.) (SC-WP, Nov. 08) 7B, 7C (4C) Opportunity to review the RR procedures for satellite networks To solve difficulties in application of RR provisions, To correct deficiencies, simplify or update the procedures, To transfer some Rules of Procedure into the RR To ensure that RR procedures reflect latest technologies On-going studies to: Provide WRC-11 with proposed solutions on how to deal with above-mentioned types of cases, yet to be identified

51 Future work programme and other issues
Chapter 6 of CPM Report Future work programme and other issues Rapporteur: Mr Jean-Jacques Massima Landji (GAB) WRC-11 Agenda items 1.2, 1.19, 2, 4, 8.1, 8.2 1.2: take appropriate action with a view to enhancing the international regulatory framework – Res. 951 (Rev.WRC-07) 1.19: consider regulatory measures in order to enable introduction of software-defined radio and cognitive radio systems 2: Incorporation by reference – Res. 27 and 28 (Rev.WRC-2000) 4: Review of Res./Rec. of previous W(A)RCs – Res.95(Rev.WRC-03) 8.1: Activities of the ITU-R Sector as reported in BR Director’s Report to WRC-11, in relation with Resolutions 63, 547 (Rev. WRC-07) and with Resolution 673 [COM6/23] (WRC-07) 8.2: Items to be included in WRC-15 Agenda (Res. 806 (WRC-07))

52 C6 - AI 1.2: take appropriate action with a view to enhancing the international regulatory framework
WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned groups 951 (Rev.WRC-07) WP 1B ( June 2008) SG 4, SG 5, SG 6, SG 7 (SG 3) Increase and evolution in demand and multiplicity of existing and future applications for radiocommunications Convergence of radio technologies for some applications combining elements of different radiocommuication services Interest in rational, efficient and economic use of spectrum ITU-R SG-1 Report to WRC-07 (Doc. 24): Changes to accommodate converging services rely on a combination of service definitions, allocations and procedures  need for additional studies 4 Options so far identified: i) current practice; ii) review service definitions, iii) enable service substitution; iv) composite services On-going studies, 3 steps to: i) evaluate options, ii) develop concepts and procedures including sharing studies on a band-by-band basis, iii) prepare technical and regulatory solutions for WRC-11 consideration

53 C6 - AI 1.19: consider regulatory measures in order to enable the introduction of software-defined radio and cognitive radio systems WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned groups 956 [COM6/18] WP 1B ( June 2008) SG 3, SG 4, SG 5, SG 6, SG 7 SdR and CR networks expected to provide more flexibility and improved efficiency to the overall spectrum use This advanced radio technologies is already under study (see ITU-R Reports M.2064 (2005) and M.2117 (2007)) CR systems covers many radio access techniques (RATs), incl. self-configuring networks in heterogeneous environment Need information on location and characteristics of other RATs through access to a database supporting access and connectivity or by using a Cognition supporting Pilot Channel (CPC) See papers presented at the ITU-R Seminar on this issue, Geneva, 4 Feb (http://www.itu.int/ITU-R/study-groups/seminars/rwp5a-radio/) On-going studies: on the need for regulatory measures related to the application of SdR and CR system technologies

54 C6 – AI 2: Incorporation by reference
Resolution 27 (Rev.WRC-07) –Incorporation by reference Instruct the BR Director to identify the RR provisions and footnotes containing: i) references to ITU-R Rec., ii) references to WRC Res. with ref. to ITU-R Rec. Resolution 28 (Rev.WRC-03) Revision of references to the text of ITU‑R Rec. incorporated by reference in the Radio Regulations C6 – AI 4: Review of previous W(A)RCs Resolutions and Recommendations Based on Resolution 95 (Rev.WRC-07) General review of the Res. and Rec. of WARC or WRC Indicate to CPM11-2 possible course of action (NOC/MOD/SUP) that might be taken at WRC-07 in respect of the concerned WARC/WRC Res. and Rec.

55 8.1.1: Activities of the ITU-R Sector since WRC-07 63 (Rev.WRC-07)
C : Consider and approve the Report of the Director of the Radiocommunication Bureau on 8.1.1: Activities of the ITU-R Sector since WRC-07 Issue A: Protection of radiocom. services against (ISM) Interference WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 63 (Rev.WRC-07) SG 1 ( June 2008) - Issue B: Updating of the “Remarks” columns in the Tables of Art.9A of App. 30A and Art. 11 of App. 30 to the RR WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 547 (Rev.WRC-07) SG 4 ( April 2008) - Issue C: Radiocom. use for Earth observation applications WRC-07 Resolution(s) ITU-R resp. group ITU-R concerned Working Party(ies) 673 [COM6/23] SG 7 (6 & 14 Oct. 2008) - 8.1.2: Difficulties or inconsistencies in RR application 8.1.3: Action in response to Resolution 80 (Rev.WRC-07)

56 C6 - 8.2: Items to be included in WRC-15 Agenda
Based on Resolution 806 [COM6/22] (WRC-07) Two items already identified by WRC-07: Spectrum requirements and possible new allocations in the RDS to support operation of UAS Review use of band MHz for feeder links of N-GSO MSS in accordance with Res. 114 (Rev.WRC-03) New items could be suggested to CPM07-2 In preparing proposals on this issue, Regional Organizations and Administrations should use the principles described in and are invited to use the template provided in Res. 804 [COM6/3] (WRC-07) (i.e. the upgrade of former Rec. 800 (WRC-03))

57 Typical Structure used in the CPM Report for each Agenda Item
Chapter N Agenda Item 1.XY [Relevant WRC Resolutions if any] N/1.XY/1 Executive Summary N/1.XY/2 Background N/1.XY/3 Summary of technical and operational studies and relevant ITU-R Recommendations N/1.XY/4 Analysis of the results of studies N/1.XY/5 Methods to satisfy the Agenda Item N/1.XY/6 Regulatory and procedural considerations (see the Proposed detailed Structure for the Draft CPM Report to WRC-11 at: )

58 IV - WRC Regional Preparation
Six regional groups: For the preparation of common and coordinated proposals

59 WRC Regional Preparation
Future regional group meetings: APG2011-1, 06 – 08 March 2008, Bangkok, Thailand 11th ASMG, 02 – 06 March 2008, Abu Dhabi, UAE [not yet communicated] CPG11-2, 1 – 3 December 2008, Brussels, Belgium XI PCC.II, 22 – 25 April 2008, Washington, USA RCC, 26 – 28 February 2008, Minsk, Belarus

60 List of the radio services abbreviations
RR definition AMS aeronautical mobile service No. 1.32 AM(R)S aeronautical mobile (route) service No. 1.33 AMSS aeronautical mobile-satellite service No. 1.35 AMS(R)S aeronautical mobile-satellite (route) service No. 1.36 ARNS aeronautical radionavigation service No. 1.46 ARNSS aeronautical radionavigation-satellite service No. 1.47 AS amateur service No. 1.56 ASS amateur-satellite service No. 1.57 BS broadcasting service No. 1.38 BSS broadcasting-satellite service No. 1.39 EESS Earth exploration-satellite service No. 1.51 FS fixed service No. 1.20 FSS fixed-satellite service No. 1.21 ISS inter-satellite service No. 1.22 LMS land mobile service No. 1.26 LMSS land mobile-satellite service No. 1.27 MetAids meteorological aids service No. 1.50

61 List of the radio services abbreviations
RR definition MetSat meteorological-satellite service No. 1.52 MMS maritime mobile service No. 1.28 MMSS maritime mobile-satellite service No. 1.29 MRNS maritime radionavigation service No. 1.44 MRNSS maritime radionavigation-satellite service No. 1.45 MS mobile service No. 1.24 MSS mobile-satellite service No. 1.25 RAS radio astronomy service No. 1.58 RDS radiodetermination service No. 1.40 RDSS radiodetermination-satellite service No. 1.41 RLS radiolocation service No. 1.48 RLSS radiolocation-satellite service No. 1.49 RNS radionavigation service No. 1.42 RNSS radionavigation-satellite service No. 1.43 SOS space operation service No. 1.23 SRS space research service No. 1.55


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