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ETSI - TR 103 399

System Reference document (SRdoc); Fixed and in-motion Earth stations communicating with satellites in non-geostationary orbits in the 11 GHz to 14 GHz frequency band

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Organization: ETSI
Publication Date: 1 April 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 27
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The present document describes a system designed to provide broadband communication to fixed and in-motion Earth stations from a NGSO satellite system operating in the 11 GHz to 14 GHz frequency band. The present document may be used as a reference to a regulatory framework being developed by the CEPT in connection with such NGSO satellite systems, thus providing additional information to support the framework for free circulation and exemption from individual licensing of fixed or in motions earth stations.

These satellite systems will allow the deployment of cost effective and spectrum efficient solutions that will offer the possibility of extending affordable broadband services to all parts of the world, particularly the rural and remote areas, where high speed broadband services are not readily available, thus addressing the digital divide of many nations.

The present document also includes, in particular:

• Market information.

• Technical information.

• Regulatory matters.

 

Document History

TR 103 399
April 1, 2019
System Reference document (SRdoc); Fixed and in-motion Earth stations communicating with satellites in non-geostationary orbits in the 11 GHz to 14 GHz frequency band
The present document describes a system designed to provide broadband communication to fixed and in-motion Earth stations from a NGSO satellite system operating in the 11 GHz to 14 GHz frequency...

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