István Bozsóki Head of Division BDT/IEE/SBD. ITU Workshop on Arab Cross-Border Frequency Coordination 26 January 2017 Dubai - PDF

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István Bozsóki Head of Division BDT/IEE/SBD ITU Workshop on Arab Cross-Border Frequency Coordination 26 January 2017 Dubai 1 Managing an Agreement Article 6 of the Radio Regulations, Managing an Agreement Managing body Supporting groups Part of an Agreement Administrative Technical (Annexes of an Agreement) Meetings 2 Managing Body Managing administration Regional coordination group Managing the update of the Agreement based on the decisions of the Plenary meetings or by correspondence on the proposals of the working groups Responsible for the maintenance and registration of the HCM server. Posting to the server bi- or multilateral agreements 3 Supporting groups Technical working group Mobile services Fixed services Programming group 4 Administrative part - Definitions From the Article 1 of the RR Signatories Frequency bands and services Frequency categories Structure of the frequency database frequency registry Specification of the harmful interference Affected administrations Harmonized calculation: HCM program Data exchange 5 Administrative part - General An Agreement shall in no way affect the rights and obligations of the Administrations arising from the Constitution and Convention of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the administrative Regulations and Agreements concluded within the framework of the ITU as well as other pertinent inter-governmental agreements. Administrations shall assign frequencies exclusively in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement. If coordination is required, it shall be done prior to the putting into operation of the radio station affected. If necessary, the Administrations may agree on provisions that are different from or supplementary to the provisions of this Agreement, which, however, must not adversely affect Administrations that are not concerned. 6 Administrative part Technical provisions The request for co-ordination of a station and the evaluation of this request shall be made in accordance with the in the Annexes of the Agreement In case of the Land Mobile Service the maximum permissible interference field strength is given In case of the Fixed Service, the maximum permissible threshold degradation is given Administrations may agree to apply parameters other than the set values. 7 Administrative part Procedures Frequencies requiring co-ordination Preferential frequencies Frequencies for planned radio communication networks Frequencies used on the basis of geographical network plans Frequencies using preferential codes Frequencies used on the basis of arrangements between operators Evaluation of requests for co-ordination Evaluation in connection with tests Exchange of Lists 8 Administrative part Report of harmful interference Any harmful interference which is observed shall be reported to the Administration of the country in which the interfering station is located. If harmful interference occurs on frequencies entered in the Frequency Register, the Administrations concerned shall endeavour to achieve a mutually satisfactory solution as soon as possible. 9 Administrative part Revision of the Agreement An Agreement may be expanded or amended at any time at the initiative of any Administration, subject to approval by the other Administrations. Planned amendments shall be communicated to the Managing Administration, which shall undertake to obtain the assent of the other Administrations through the appropriate channels. 10 Administrative part Joining/withdrawal Any administration which needs to co-ordinate with at least one Administration may accede to this Agreement. A declaration to that effect shall be addressed to the Managing Administration. Upon approval by all Administrations, the accession shall take effect the day on which the requesting administration signs this Agreement Any Administration may withdraw from the Agreement by the end of a calendar month by giving notice of its intention at least six months before. A declaration to that effect shall be addressed to the Managing Administration. 11 Administrative part Others Status of co-ordinations prior to the Agreement Languages of the Agreement Entry into force of this Agreement. 12 Technical part Annexes for Mobile service Maximum permissible interference field strengths and maximum cross-border ranges of harmful interference for frequencies requiring co-ordination in the Land Mobile Service Data exchange in the Land Mobile Service Determination of the correction factor for the permissible interference field strength at different nominal frequencies in the Land Mobile Service Propagation curves in the Land Mobile Service Determination of the interference field strength in the Land Mobile Service Coding instructions for antenna diagrams in the Land Mobile Service Provisions on measurement procedures in the Fixed Service and the Land Mobile Service Method for combining the horizontal and vertical antenna patterns for the Land Mobile Service. 13 Technical part Annexes for Fixed service Data exchange in the Fixed Service Determination of the Masks Discrimination and the Net Filter Discrimination in the Fixed Service Provisions on measurement procedures in the Fixed Service and the Land Mobile Service Method for combining the horizontal and vertical antenna patterns for the Fixed Service Threshold Degradation in the Fixed Service Determination of the basic transmission loss in the Fixed Service Trigger for co-ordination in the Fixed Service 14 Meetings Plenary meeting of the signatories Approving new members Approving modifications to the text Approving modifications of the structure, chairs of the relevant groups Technical working group relevant experts Mobile services Fixed services Programming group 15 István Bozsóki Head of Division BDT/IEE/SBD ITU Workshop on Arab Cross-Border Frequency Coordination 26 January 2017 Dubai 16 Requirements for cross border frequency coordination Radio frequencies do not stop at international borders and therefore, may potentially cause interference and disruption communications to systems beyond national borders. Within the framework of RR procedures or regional agreements, administrations coordinate the operation of radio stations within their territory whose operation could cause harmful interference to the stations situated on the territory of other administrations The most efficient method for resolving interference of stations in a border region is frequency assignment planning, when neighboring administrations possess entire information regarding parameters of planned and operated stations of the affected administrations. In such a case the impact of harmful interference can be calculated during bilateral/multilateral discussions of the planned station 17 ITU Radio Regulations 4.3 Any new assignment or any change of frequency or other basic characteristic of an existing assignment (see Appendix 4) shall be made in such a way as to avoid causing harmful interference to services rendered by stations using frequencies assigned in accordance with the Table of Frequency Allocations in this Chapter and the other provisions of these Regulations, the characteristics of which assignments are recorded in the Master International Frequency Register When notifying a frequency assignment, the administration shall provide the relevant characteristics listed in Appendix 4. 18 Appendix 4 of the ITU Radio Regulations Table 1 Characteristics for terrestrial services Table 2 Characteristics for high altitude platform stations (HAPS) frequency assignments Table 3 Table of characteristics to be submitted for space and radio astronomy services 19 Terrestrial services 1. GENERAL INFORMATION AND FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS 2. DATE OF OPERATION 3. CALL SIGN AND STATION IDENTIFICATION 4. LOCATION OF THE TRANSMITTING ANTENNA(S) 5. LOCATION OF THE RECEIVING ANTENNA(S) 6. CLASS OF STATION AND NATURE OF SERVICE 7. CLASS OF EMISSION AND NECESSARY BANDWIDTH 8. POWER CHARACTERISTICS 9. ANTENNA CHARACTERISTICS 10. HOURS OF OPERATION 11. COORDINATION AND AGREEMENT 12. OPERATING ADMINISTRATION OR AGENCY 13. REMARKS 20 Data requirements Administrative Technical Procedural Topo/morphology Coordination (border) lines 21 Radiocommunication Data Dictionary (RDD) ITU-R Recommendation SM (2014): RDD for notification and coordination purposes The aim of the (RDD) is to improve the exchange of notification and coordination data between administrations and between administrations and the Radiocommunication Bureau (BR) by: providing a single comprehensive reference source; presenting consistent, accurate and unambiguous descriptions for the data with, where appropriate, references to other ITU documentation containing additional relevant information; providing administrations with a resource for their internal frequency management processes which could include such items as staff training, exchange of technical data, upgrading of computer-based systems, and conference and meeting preparation. 22 Data table description Field identification Field name (characteristic) Storage format Definition (possible values) Remarks Record position Length of the data element Validation Related information If comments need more characters than provided in the field, paper or another medium has to be used. 23 Data exchange fields and record format 1A Transmitting frequency Frequency unit 9(5)V9(5) X Frequency unit K: khz, M: MHz, G: GHz 1Z Frequency category X valid values: see later 6A Class of station X(2) valid values: see later 6B Nature of service X(2) valid values: see later 6Z Category of use X(2) valid values: see later 10Z Channel occupation 9 valid values: 0: not continuous 1: continuous 2C Date of bringing into use DDMMYYYY 24 Data exchange fields and record format 4A Name of station X(20) 4B Country X(3) Country where the station is located 4C Geographical coordinates of the station or centre of the operating area 9(3)X9(2)9(2) 9(2)X9(2)9(2) 3 characters : degrees longitude 1 character : E(East) or W(West) 2 characters : minutes longitude 2 characters : seconds longitude 2 characters : degrees latitude 1 character : N(North) or S(South) 2 characters : minutes latitude 2 characters : seconds latitude Co-ordinates are to be indicated with seconds and based on WGS 84 4D Radius of the operating area 9(5) In kilometres 4Z Height of the station site above sea level 9(4) or S9(3) In meters 7A Designation of emission X(9) First 4 characters: necessary Bandwidth following 5 characters: class of emission (see Art.2 and Appendix 1 of the RR) 25 Data exchange fields and record format 8B1 Maximal radiated power of the station S9(3)V9 In dbw Omitted in case of only Rx 8B2 Type of reference antenna X X=E for e.r.p., X=I for e.i.r.p. Mandatory 9A Azimuth of maximum radiation 9(3)V9 In degrees with one decimal from to or blank For non directional horizontal antenna blank 9B Mechanical elevation angle of the antenna in direction of maximum radiation S99V9 In degrees with one decimal from 90.0 to 90.0 or blank Negative elevation points towards the ground. For non directional vertical antenna blank 9D Polarization X(2) Codes later 26 Data exchange fields and record format 9G Gain of the antenna in the direction of 9A and 9B 99V9 In db Mandatory in case of Rx 9Y Height of antenna above ground 9(4) In meters 9XH Type of antenna horizontal 9(3)X(2)9(2) code 9XV Type of antenna vertical 9(3)X(2)9(2) code 1Y Transmitting frequency of the corresponding receiving station or receiving frequency Frequency unit 9(5)V9(5) X Frequency unit: K: khz, M: MHz, G: GHz Omitted in case of only Tx 27 Data exchange fields and record format 13Z Remarks X(50) Data necessary for calculations are not allowed 13Y Status of coordination X see later 2W Date of coordination request DDMMYYYY In overall list not needed 2Z Final date of achieving co-ordination DDMMYYYY May be omitted 13X Co-ordination reference CCC ZZ PPPPPP FF R O C: country code as given in App.1 Section 9 of the RDD Z: year of initial co-ordination P: process identification F: frequency order number R: number of associated records O: order number of record C: country requesting co-ordination F: several co-ordinations for one site 28 Frequency Categories 1 Preferential frequencies 2 Frequencies requiring co-ordination 3 Frequencies used on the basis of geographical network plans 4 Frequencies for a planned radiocommunications network 5 Shared frequencies 6 Reserved for bi- or multilateral use 7 Frequencies using preferential codes 8 Frequencies used on the basis of arrangements between operators 29 Class of Station FB Base station FC Coast station FL Land station FP Port station FS Land station established solely for safety of life FW Mobile station with a radius of service area of 0 km FX Fixed station ML Land mobile station i.e. mobile station in the land mobile service MO Mobile station i.e. station in the mobile service intended to be used while in motion or during halts at unspecified points MRRadiolocation mobile station MS Ship station 30 Nature of the Service CO Station open to official correspondence exclusively CP Station open to public correspondence CR Station open to limited public correspondence CV Station open exclusively to correspondence of a private agent OT Station open exclusively to operational traffic of the service concerned 31 Category of Use A Airport services B Railways (excluding mountain railways) C Diplomatic corps D Mountain railways E Production, transport and distribution of energy (electricity, gas, water) F Fire services G Military H Radio relay networks HH Local call I Demonstration K Public transport L Subscriber installations, public mobile services, stand-by links M Navigation (in ports, on the Rhine, etc.) N Tests and research O Not allocated P Public security services (Police, customs, etc.) Q Entries not falling within other categories on this list (cordless microphones, etc.) R Ancillary broadcasting services (studio, news reporting) S Rescue services (ambulances, doctors, water and mountain rescue) T Other services provided by telecommunications administrations U lndustrial operators V Road traffic service W Taxi and car hire firms X Other private services Y Reserved specific applications, not allocated Z Other private multiple-use networks 32 Status of Coordination A For information : the assignment described is not submitted to a coordination procedure and to any protection requirement. B C Request for agreement. Agreed without reservation. D Temporary status: Coordination subject to operational tests to show that coexistence is possible. E Agreement on a non-interference basis (NIB); revocation of the agreement and any request to cease the emissions in question requires proof that harmful interference has been caused to assignments whose status has already been established, which should normally be described in an associated notice. F Agreed, subject to a requirement identical or analogous to the requirement of RR 4.4. (Protection of primary allocated services) 33 Status of Coordination G Agreed, without any reservation as to interference which may be caused by the assignment described; the applicant is, however, informed that there is a risk of interference from assignments whose status has already been established, and that the responsibility for any such risk is his; one or more associated notices may be sent. H E+G M Request for agreement following a modified co-ordination after an answer coded E, G, H or Z. P Assignment according to preferential frequency agreements or geographical network plans or shared frequency agreements or frequencies using preferential codes or frequencies used on the basis of arrangements between operators. R W Z Deletion of co-ordinated assignment. Withdrawal of the co-ordination request. Request for agreement refused. 34 Polarization Polarization Symbol Definition Horizontal linear H The electric field intensity vector is in the horizontal plane. Vertical linear V The magnetic field intensity vector is in the horizontal plane. Right - hand slant SR The electric field intensity vector is in the plane rotated 45 degrees clockwise from the vertical position, as seen from the transmitting point. Left hand slant SL The electric field intensity vector is in the plane rotated 45 degrees anti-clockwise from the vertical position, as seen from the transmitting point. Right - hand circular or direct Left hand circular or indirect CR CL The electric field intensity vector, observed in any fixed plane, normal to the direction of propagation, whilst looking in the direction of propagation, rotates with time in a righthand or clockwise direction The electric field intensity vector, observed in any fixed plane, normal to the direction of propagation, whilst looking in the direction of propagation, rotates with time in a lefthand or anti-clockwise direction Dual D When substantially equal-amplitude vertically- and horizontally-polarized components are radiated without particular control of the phase relation between them. Typically, the vertically-and horizontally polarized sources may be displaced one from the other so that the resultant polarization varies between circular and slant, according to the azimuth angle. Mixed M The collective term applies when both vertical and horizontal components are radiated, embracing slant circular and dual polarization. 35 Exchange of information Overall list Frequency registers (overall list) have to be exchanged twice a year using CD-ROM or other mutually agreed media. Co-ordination or notification Co-ordination requests, answers to co-ordination requests or notifications may be exchanged on CD-ROM or other mutually agreed media. Data to be exchanged during the co-ordination procedure may be of the following type: - new entries - modifications - deletions - answers 36 Exchange of information (example) Appendix 1 to Annex 2 A TRANSMISSION MEDIA File m File m+1... File m+x File header (see Appendix 2) Record y Record y+1... Record y+2 Record y+z No record separator e.g. CR/LF is used. 37 Transmission media The following transmission media are preferred but others may be agreed bilaterally: Common Disc Media Paper is limited to the coordination process but generally should be avoided. Data exchange based on the XML format Although XML allows more characters to be used, the content should be limited to those introduced in the appendices of this annex and applicable to the fixed length file-format. 38 Thank you! István Bozsóki Head of Division BDT/IEE/SBD 39
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