WRC 2007 Agenda Items for WP 8A

Land mobile service excluding IMT-2000; amateur and amateur-satellite service

The list below shows all the WRC 2007 Agenda Items for which this is the lead group. Click on an Agenda Item or Resolution to get more information about which Visualyse product to use and how Transfinite consultants could assist in studying this problem.

Agenda Item Description
Agenda 1.15 This agenda item relates to studies into the possibility of a secondary allocation to the amateur service in the frequency band 135.7 - 137.8 kHz. This band is currently allocated to the maritime mobile, fixed services, and (in Region 3 and certain other countries), Radionavigation.
Resolution 646 [COM5/4] This resolution relates to protection and disaster relief. It notes many of the factors relating to the requirements and issues relating to provision of such safety of life services. It calls for studies into: i) technical and operational implementation of advanced solutions to the needs of protection and disaster relief; ii) further technical studies in support of possible additional identification of other frequency bands to meet the needs of certain countries in Region 1.
Resolution 229 [COM5/16] This resolution refers to the use of the bands between 5 150 and 5 725 by wireless access networks including radio local area networks. A number of changes in allocations were made in this 5 GHz band during WRC-03, for example additional allocations for the mobile service, and upgrades for other services such as radiolocation. This resolution defines regulations to facilitate use of this band by the various services allocated. It also calls upon further work: i) on the regulatory mechanisms and further mitigation techniques to avoid incompatibilities caused by the aggregate interference from large numbers of WAS devices into non-GSO FSS uplinks in the 5 150 - 5 250 MHz band; ii) on mitigation techniques to protect EESS from stations in the mobile service iii) on test methods and procedures for the implementation of dynamic frequency selection