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List of CEPT Coordinators WRC-19

 

           

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WRC-19 Agenda Item

                     

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overall coordination in preparation of WRC-19

Alexander Kühn
Germany
alexander.kuehn@bnetza.de

 

1.1

to consider an allocation of the frequency band 50-54 MHz to the amateur service in Region 1, in accordance with Resolution 658 (WRC-15)

Hans Blondeel Timmermann
The Netherlands
bb2t@me.com

1.2

to consider in-band power limits for earth stations operating in the mobile-satellite service, meteorological-satellite service and Earth exploration-satellite service in the frequency bands 401-403 MHz and 399.9-400.05 MHz, in accordance with Resolution 765 (WRC-15)

Jean Pla
France
jean.pla@cnes.fr

 

 

 

1.3

to consider possible upgrading of the secondary allocation to the meteorological-satellite service (space-to-Earth) to primary status and a possible primary allocation to the Earth exploration-satellite service (space-to-Earth) in the frequency band 460-470 MHz, in accordance with Resolution 766 (WRC-15)
Ralf Ewald
Germany

ralf.ewald@dlr.de

 

 

1.4

to consider the results of studies in accordance with Resolution 557 (WRC 19), and review, and revise if necessary, the limitations mentioned in Annex 7 to Appendix 30 (Rev.WRC-11), while ensuring the protection of, and without imposing additional constraints on, assignments in the Plan and the List and the future development of the broadcasting-satellite service within the Plan, and existing and planned fixed-satellite service networks  Adrian Herbera
Spain
aherbera@hispasat.es  
 

1.5

to consider the use of the frequency bands 17.7-19.7 GHz (s-E) and 27.5-29.5 GHz (E-s) by earth stations in motion communicating with geostationary space stations in the fixed-satellite service and take appropriate action, in accordance with Resolution 158 (WRC-15)

Stephen Jones
United Kingdom
stephen.jones@ofcom.org.uk

 

 

1.6

to consider the development of a regulatory framework for non-GSO FSS satellite systems that may operate in the frequency bands 37.5-39.5 GHz (s-E), 39.5-42.5 GHz (s-E), 47.2-50.2 GHz (E-s) and 50.4-51.4 GHz (E-s), in accordance with Resolution 159 (WRC-15) Maxim Strelets
Russian Federation
mstrelets@g-tl.ru
 

1.7

to study the spectrum needs for telemetry, tracking and command in the space operation service for non-GSO satellites with short duration missions, to assess the suitability of existing allocations to the space operation service and, if necessary, to consider new allocations, in accordance with Resolution 659 (WRC-15)

Wouter Jan Ubbels
The Netherlands
w.j.ubbels@isispace.nl

 

1.8

to consider possible regulatory actions to support Global Maritime Distress Safety Systems (GMDSS) modernization and to support the introduction of additional satellite systems into the GMDSS, in accordance with Resolution 359 (Rev.WRC-15)

Co-coordinators:

Talayeh Hezareh
Germany
thezareh@mpifr-bonn.mpg.de




Christian Rissone
France
christian.rissone@anfr.fr

 

 

 

 

1.9

to consider, based on the results of ITU-R studies    
 1.9.1 regulatory actions within the frequency band 156-162.05 MHz for autonomous maritime radio devices to protect the GMDSS and automatic identifications system (AIS), in accordance with Resolution 362 (WRC-15)
Heinrich Peters
Germany

heinrich.peters@bnetza.de
 
 1.9.2 modifications of the Radio Regulations, including new spectrum allocations to the maritime mobile-satellite service (Earth to space and space-to-Earth), preferably within the frequency bands 156.0125-157.4375 MHz and 160.6125-162.0375 MHz of Appendix 18, to enable a new VHF data exchange system (VDES) satellite component, while ensuring that this component will not degrade the current terrestrial VDES components, applications specific messages (ASM) and AIS operations and not impose any additional constraints on existing services in these and adjacent frequency bands as stated in recognizing d) and e) of Resolution 360 (Rev.WRC-15)    

1.10

to consider spectrum needs and regulatory provisions for the introduction and use of the Global Aeronautical Distress and Safety System (GADSS), in accordance with Resolution 426 (WRC-15)    

1.11

 to take necessary actions, as appropriate, to facilitate global or regional harmonized frequency bands to support railway radiocommunication systems between train and trackside within existing mobile service allocations, in accordance with Resolution 236 (WRC-15)
Zaza Gonjilashvili
Georgia

zaza.gonjilashvili@ties.itu.int

1.12

to consider possible global or regional harmonized frequency bands, to the maximum extent possible, for the implementation of evolving Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) under existing mobile-service allocations, in accordance with Resolution 237 (WRC-15)
Co-coordinators:

  Andrianilana RAKOTONDRADALO
France
andrianilana.rakotondradalo@anfr.fr



Bettina Erdem
Germany
bettina.erdem@continental-corporation.com

 

 

 

1.13

to consider identification of frequency bands for the future development of International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT), including possible additional allocations to the mobile service on a primary basis, in accordance with Resolution 238 (WRC-15)
Robert Cooper
United Kingdom

Robert.cooper@ofcom.org.uk

Coordination team:


Vladislav Sorokin
Russian Federation
v.s@inbox.ru



Sarunas Oberauskas

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.14

to consider, on the basis of ITU-R studies in accordance with Resolution 160 (WRC-19), appropriate regulatory actions for high-altitude platform stations (HAPS), within existing fixed-service allocations
Nasarat Ali
United Kingdom
nasarat.ali@ofcom.org.uk

1.15

to consider identification of frequency bands for use by administrations for the land-mobile and fixed services applications operating in the frequency range 275-450 GHz, in accordance with Resolution 767 (WRC-15)
Sebastian Rey
Germany

rey@ifn.ing.tu-bs.de
 

1.16

to consider issues related to wireless access systems, including radio local area networks (WAS/RLAN), in the frequency bands between 5 150 MHz and 5 925 MHz, and take the appropriate regulatory actions, including additional spectrum allocations to the mobile service, in accordance with Resolution 239 (WRC-15)

  Andrew Gowans
     United Kingdom
andrew.gowans@ofcom.org.uk

 

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to examine the revised ITU-R Recommendations incorporated by reference in the Radio Regulations communicated by the Radiocommunication Assembly, in accordance with Resolution 28 (Rev.WRC-15), and to decide whether or not to update the corresponding references in the Radio Regulations, in accordance with the principles contained in Annex 1 to Resolution 27 (Rev.WRC-12)

Karel Antousek
Czech Republic
antousekk@ctu.cz

 

4

in accordance with Resolution 95 (Rev.WRC-07), to review the resolutions and recommendations of previous conferences with a view to their possible revision, replacement or abrogation

Karel Antousek
Czech Republic
antousekk@ctu.cz

 
7  to consider possible changes, and other options, in response to Resolution 86 (Rev. Marrakesh, 2002) of the Plenipotentiary Conference, an advance publication, coordination, notification and recording procedures for frequency assignments pertaining to satellite networks, in accordance with Resolution 86 (Rev.WRC-07), in order to facilitate rational, efficient and economical use of radio frequencies and any associated orbits, including the geostationary satellite orbit
Anna Marklund
Sweden
anna.marklund@ses.com


(TBD Coordination team)
 

8

 to consider and take appropriate action on requests from administrations to delete their country footnotes or to have their country name deleted from footnotes, if no longer required, taking into account Resolution 26 (Rev.WRC-07)

Dmytro Protsenko
Ukraine
protsenko@ucrf.gov.ua

 

9.1

 

to consider and approve the Report of the Director of the Radiocommunication Bureau, in accordance with Article 7 of the Convention on the activities of the Radiocommunication Sector since WRC-15    
 9.1.1  to study possible technical and operational measures to ensure coexistence and compatibility between the terrestrial component of IMT (in the mobile service) and the satellite component of IMT (in the mobile service and the mobile-satellite service) in the frequency bands 1980-2010 MHz and 2170-2200 MHz where those frequency bands are shared by mobile service and the mobile-satellite service in different countries, in particular for the deployment of independent satellite and terrestrial components of IMT and to facilitate development of both the satellite and terrestrial components of IMT


   

9.1.2

 to conduct, in time for WRC-19, the appropriate regulatory and technical studies, with a view to ensuring the compatibility of IMT and BSS (sound) in the frequency band 1 452-1 492 MHz in Regions 1 and 3, taking into account IMT and BSS (sound) operational requirements    

9.1.3

to study technical and operational issues and regulatory provisions for new non-geostationary-satellite orbit systems in the 3 700-4 200 MHz, 4 500-4 800 MHz, 5 925-6 4255 925-6 425 MHz and 6 725-7 025 MHz frequency bands allocated to the fixed-satellite service

Ethan Lavan

France

elavan@eutelsat.com 

 

9.1.4

to conduct studies to identify any required technical and operational measures, in relation to stations on board sub-orbital vehicles, that could assist in avoiding harmful interference between radiocommunication services

Stephen Limb
United Kingdom
stephen.limb@ofcom.org.uk

 

9.1.5

to consider the technical and regulatory impacts of referencing Recommendations ITU-R M.1638-1 and ITU-R M.1849-1 in Nos. 5.447F and 5.450A of the Radio Regulations

Andrew Gowans
  United Kingdom
andrew.gowans@ofcom.org.uk

 

9.1.6

a) to assess the impact of WPT for electric vehicles on radiocommunication services;

b) to study suitable harmonized frequency ranges which would minimize the impact on radiocommunication services from WPT for electrical vehicles; concerning Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) for electric vehicles

 Fatih Mehmet Yurdal
Turkey
fmyurdal@yurdalconsult.com

 

9.1.7

to examine whether there is a need for possible additional measures in order to limit uplink transmissions of terminals to those authorized terminals in accordance with No. 18.1, and the possible methods that will assist administrations in managing the unauthorized operation of earth station terminals deployed within its territory, as a tool to guide their national spectrum management programme, in accordance with Resolution ITU-R 64 (RA-15).
 Guy Christiansen
Germany

 

 

9.1.8

to study the technical and operational aspects of radio networks and systems, as well as spectrum needed, including possible harmonized use of spectrum to support the implementation of narrowband and broadband machine-type communication infrastructures, in order to develop Recommendations, Reports and/or Handbooks, as appropriate, and to take appropriate actions within the ITU Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) scope of work.
Vadim Poskakukhin
Russian Federation
poskakukhin@mail.ru
 9.1.9 to conduct studies relating to spectrum needs and possible allocation of the frequency band 51.4-52.4 GHz to the fixed-satellite service (Earth-to-space) GSO feeder links, Including the protection of the RAS, as appropriate

Soraya Contreras
France
Soraya.CONTRERAS@anfr.fr

 

 
9.2 to consider and approve the Report of the Director of the Radiocommunication Bureau, in accordance with Article 7 of the Convention on any difficulties or inconsistencies encountered in the application of the Radio Regulations    
9.3 to consider and approve the Report of the Director of the Radiocommunication Bureau, in accordance with Article 7 of the Convention on action in response to Resolution 80 (Rev.WRC-07)    

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to recommend to the Council items for inclusion in the agenda for the next WRC, and to give its views on the preliminary agenda for the subsequent conference and on possible agenda items for future conferences, in accordance with Article 7 of the Convention

Pasi Toivonen
Finland
pasi.toivonen@ficora.fi

 

 
Coordination team:

Karsten Buckwitz
Germany
karsten.buckwitz@bnetza.de


Wesley Milton
United Kingdom
wesley.milton@ofcom.org.uk


Coordination team:


In case of missing coordinators the relevant PT chair will act as interim coordinator.

Updated: 08 May 2017, 14:05