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ETSI - TR 103 263

Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); System Reference document (SRdoc); Cognitive radio techniques for Satellite Communications operating in Ka band

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Organization: ETSI
Publication Date: 1 July 2014
Status: inactive
Page Count: 41
scope:

The present document identifies the potential regulatory impacts associated to the operation of SatCom solutions implementing cognitive radio techniques. In particular it addresses different scenarios in Ka band (17,3 GHz - 20,2 GHz for space to earth and 27,5 GHz - 30,0 GHz for earth to space) where the satellite communication service should not create any harmful interference to another incumbent whether terrestrial or satellite service entitled to use the same spectrum on a primary basis. It includes in particular:

  • market information;
  • technical information (including expected sharing and compatibility issues);
  • regulatory issues.

The present document will also identify the additional ETSI standards that have to be created or changed for enabling this kind of architectures.

Document History

February 1, 2016
System Reference document (SRdoc); Cognitive radio techniques for Satellite Communications operating in Ka band
The present document identifies the potential regulatory impacts associated to the operation of SatCom solutions implementing cognitive radio techniques. In particular it addresses different...
TR 103 263
July 1, 2014
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); System Reference document (SRdoc); Cognitive radio techniques for Satellite Communications operating in Ka band
The present document identifies the potential regulatory impacts associated to the operation of SatCom solutions implementing cognitive radio techniques. In particular it addresses different...

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