Regional Preparation for WRC-07 APTs Preparation for WRC-07 Egypt 4 – 6 June 2006 Presented by: Jim WELLER, Airservices Australia

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Regional Preparation for WRC-07 APTs Preparation for WRC-07 Egypt 4 6 June 2006 Presented by: Jim WELLER, Airservices Australia Slide 2 Purpose and Objective Overview of Regional Telecommunications groups Overview of Asia-Pacific Telecommunity (APT) Overview of APTs Preparation for WRC- 07 APTs Preparation for WRC-07 related to Civil Aviation Slide 3 Regional Telecommunications Organisations APT Asia-Pacific Telecommunity ASMG - Arab Spectrum Management Group ATU - African Telecommunications Union CEPT - European Conference for Posts and Telecommunications CITEL - Inter-American Telecommunication Commission RCC - Regional Commonwealth in the Field of Communications Slide 4 ITU Regions APT CEPT ATU CITEL RCC ASMG Slide 5 Asia-Pacific Telecommunity (APT) APT has 33 Members, 4 Associate Members and 102 Affiliate Members Members: Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei Darussalam, China, P.R., Fiji, India, Indonesia, Iran, Islamic Rep., Japan, Korea, DPR, Korea, Rep. Lao, PDR, Malaysia, Maldives, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nauru, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tonga, Vietnam Slide 6 APT Conference Preparatory Group for WRC (APG) APG meetings: APG2007-1, 11-12 November 2003, Bangkok, Thailand APG2007-2, 28 February - 3 March 2005, Bangkok, Thailand APG2007-3, 13 - 16 February 2006, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia APG2007-4, 8 - 12 January 2007, Bangkok, Thailand APG2007-5, TBA 2007 Slide 7 APT Conference Preparatory Group Structure for WRC (APG) Slide 8 APG Structure for WRC-07 and Preliminary Views (as at APG2007-3) Slide 9 APT Conference Preparatory Group for WRC (APG) APT assigned WRC-07 Agenda Items to the Working Parties (WPs) to reflect the CPM-06 Chapter structure WP1: Mobile, aeronautical, radio navigation and radiolocation services WRC-07 Agenda Items 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 and 1.6 (CPM-06 Chapter 1) APG2007-3 Output document APG2007-3/147 (Rev.1) available from: http://www.aptsec.org/meetings/2006/APG07- 3/Documents/APG2007-3DocList.htmAPG2007-3/147 (Rev.1) http://www.aptsec.org/meetings/2006/APG07- 3/Documents/APG2007-3DocList.htm Slide 10 APT Preliminary Views for WRC (as at APG2007-3) Agenda Item 1.3 Primary RLS 9 000-9 200 MHz and 9 300-9 500 MHz and 200 MHz for EESS and SRS above or below 9 500-9 800 MHz Bands used internationally for aeronautical radionavigation including airborne weather radar, precision approach radar, surface movement radar and Airport Surface Detection Equipment Also used for Govt (radiolocation) & Maritime (radionavigation) radars Aeronautical radionavigation ground- based radars critical to airport ops during poor weather. Standard & mandated aircraft weather radar for Regular Passenger Transport (RPT) aircraft in many countries. Safety of life aspects, careful consideration required so that the use and development of the radionavigation service is not interfered with or constrained. Slide 11 APT Preliminary Views for WRC (as at APG2007-3) Agenda Item 1.3 Primary RLS 9 000-9 200 MHz and 9 300-9 500 MHz and 200 MHz for EESS and SRS above or below 9 500-9 800 MHz a. Upgrading of radiolocation APT Administrations are of the view that the upgrading of radiolocation service to primary would be supported, subject to agreed ITU-R studies indicating that sharing with the radionavigation service is possible. These studies to be done by ITU-R needs to take into account measurement tests. It is also required that the radiolocation service operating in the 9 000-9 200 MHz and 9 300-9 500 MHz bands should not cause harmful interference to, nor claim protection from, the radionavigation service, operating in accordance with the Radio Regulations. This could be accomplished by an appropriate footnote to protect the aeronautical radionavigation and radionavigation systems. One Administration is considering if this or another method would best achieve its objectives. Slide 12 APT Preliminary Views for WRC (as at APG2007-3) Agenda Item 1.3 Primary RLS 9 000-9 200 MHz and 9 300-9 500 MHz and 200 MHz for EESS and SRS above or below 9 500-9 800 MHz b. The extension of EESS and Space Research Service by 200 MHz APT Members are of the view that they support ongoing ITU-R compatibility studies between the existing systems operating in the radiolocation and radionavigation services in the 9 300 9 500 MHz band and the spaceborne radar systems operating under EESS (active) and SRS (active). Any expansion of the EESS (active) and SRS (active) allocation beyond the band 9 500-9 800 MHz should ensure that the incumbent services are protected. Should an expansion be granted to the EESS (active) and SRS (active) to operate spaceborne radar, some APT Administrations consider at this time that the lower portion (9 300-9 500 MHz) are preferable due to the fact that the band 9 800-10 000 MHz, fixed systems are operating or planned to be operated in some APT Administrations. Necessary regulatory text will be required to ensure protection to incumbent services. Slide 13 APT Preliminary Views for WRC (as at APG2007-3) Agenda Item 1.5 to consider spectrum requirements and possible additional spectrum allocations for aeronautical telecommand and high bit-rate aeronautical telemetry, in accordance with Resolution 230 (WRC 03) Spectrum required for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), flight testing of modern aircraft and other civil and Govt aerospace platforms Studies focusing on short/medium term below 16 GHz and long term below 30 GHz (technology constraints) Bands being studied 4 400-4 940 MHz, 5 030-5 150 MHz, 5 150-5 250 MHz, 5 925-6 700 MHz, 22.5-23.6 GHz, 24.75-25.5 GHz and 27.0- 27.5 GHz Slide 14 APT Preliminary Views for WRC (as at APG2007-3) Agenda Item 1.5 to consider spectrum requirements and possible additional spectrum allocations for aeronautical telecommand and high bit-rate aeronautical telemetry, in accordance with Resolution 230 (WRC 03) a. APT Administrations support the studies under Resolution 230 (WRC03) into the requirements for justifiable wideband aeronautical mobile telemetry (AMT) and associated telecommand spectrum above 3 GHz, and notes that considering (d) of this Resolution identifies a need to protect existing services. These studies will need to take into account: a)the bandwidth demand for wideband AMT and associated telecommand; and b)where appropriate, existing ARNS and FSS allocations, including the existing and planned usage by each service; and c)possible developments under Agenda item 1.6 (Resolution 414 (WRC03)) in the 5 091-5 150 MHz and other aeronautical radionavigation bands between 3 and 6 GHz. Any allocation to AMT in an ARNS or AM(R)S band should be conditional upon the completion of rigorous and conclusive ITU-R studies first which demonstrate that sharing will not have any implications for the safety of operations of affected aviation systems. In these studies all bands above 3 GHz should be considered under Resolution 230 (WRC-03), including possible additional allocations under Resolves 3, unless completed ITU-R studies show that it is not possible to use those particular bands for wideband AMT and associated telecommand. Slide 15 APT Preliminary Views for WRC (as at APG2007-3) Agenda Item 1.5 to consider spectrum requirements and possible additional spectrum allocations for aeronautical telecommand and high bit-rate aeronautical telemetry, in accordance with Resolution 230 (WRC 03) b. Regarding the resolve 4, APT could support to give a priority to the designation of frequency bands already allocated to mobile service between 16 and 30 GHz for wideband aeronautical telemetry and associated telecommand on a primary basis. Any action in regard to this agenda item must take into account the existing services to which this frequency band is allocated and fully protect them. Appropriate revision/modification of footnotes to The Table of Frequency Allocations, Article 5 RR, might be required (i.e. 5.342, 5.343, 5.348B, 5.394, 5.395). Frequency band 5 925 6 700 MHz Study the feasibility of co-band sharing of AMT and incumbent radio services in the bands 4 400 4 940 MHz and 5 925 6 700 MHz Frequency bands above 6 GHz Study the feasibility of wideband aeronautical telemetry and associated telecommand using the bands 22.5-23.6 GHz, 24.75-25.5 GHz and 27.0-27.5GHz. Support the designation of frequency bands already allocated to mobile service between 16 and 30 GHz for wideband aeronautical telemetry and associated telecommand on a primary basis. Slide 16 APT Preliminary Views for WRC (as at APG2007-3) Agenda Item 1.6 to consider additional allocations for the aeronautical mobile (R) service in parts of the bands between 108 MHz and 6 GHz, in accordance with Resolution 414 (WRC 03) VHF congestion (Europe and USA) and new ATM and Aeronautical operation control (AOC) requirements VHF comms band nearing saturation even with 8.33 kHz channelling ATM: increased use of datalinks - air-derived data, separation and self- separation of aircraft AOC: Dispatch, Flight Planning, and other airline operational comms Airport Wireless and Security Applications High integrity WLANs with connected grids of distributed sensors - reduce runway incursions, increased comms capacity at airports secure air-ground radio link with key security information in encrypted form to decision-makers UAT requires AM(R)S allocation UAV telemetry/telecommand links for safety and regularity of flight Slide 17 APT Preliminary Views for WRC (as at APG2007-3) Agenda Item 1.6 to consider additional allocations for the aeronautical mobile (R) service in parts of the bands between 108 MHz and 6 GHz, in accordance with Resolution 414 (WRC 03) a. APT Administrations support global allocations to the aeronautical mobile (R) service in the frequency bands 960-1 024 MHz and 5 091-5 150 MHz if shown to meet global CNS/ATM requirements and future trends on the basis of comp