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[RSTT_FRQ] and consequently suppress Resolution 236 (WRC-15) 1/1.11/4.3 Method C: Add a new Resolution [B111-METHOD C] (WRC-19) without specifying frequency ranges for RSTT, while referencing the most recent version of Recommendation ITU-R M.[RSTT_FRQ] and consequently suppress the Resolution 236 (WRC-15). 1/1.11/5 Regulatory and procedural considerations 1/1.11/5.1 For Method A 1/1.11/5.2 For Method B 1/1.11/5.3 For Method C Agenda item 1.12 1/1.12/1 Executive summary 1/1.12/2 Background 1/1.12/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 1/1.12/3.1 ITU-R Recommendations and Reports 1/1.12/4 Methods to satisfy the agenda item 1/1.12/4.1 Method A – No change to the Radio Regulations and suppress Resolution 237 (WRC-15) 1.12/4.2 Method B – Add a new WRC Resolution and non-mandatory reference to ITU-R Recommendation 1/1.12/4.3 Method C – Add a new WRC Resolution and non-mandatory reference to ITU-R Recommendation 1/1.12/5 Regulatory and procedural considerations 1/1.12/5.1 For Method A 1/1.12/5.2 For Methods B and C Agenda item 1.14 1/1.14/1 Executive summary 1/1.14/2 Background 1/1.14/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 1/1.14/3.1 Relevant ITU-R Recommendations and Reports 1/1.14/3.2 HAPS deployment and technical characteristics, and spectrum needs for broadband applications 1/1.14/3.2.1 Deployment and technical characteristics of HAPS systems 1/1.14/3.2.2 Broadband HAPS implementations 1/1.14/3.2.3 HAPS and ground station descriptions 1/1.14/3.2.4 HAPS spectrum needs summary 1/1.14/3.2.4.1 Existing HAPS identifications in FS bands 1/1.14/3.2.4.2 Spectrum needs for HAPS for broadband applications 1/1.14/3.3 Summary and analysis of sharing studies between broadband HAPS and other services (in-band/adjacent bands) 1/1.14/3.3.1 Sharing and compatibility studies of HAPS systems in the 6 440-6 520 MHz and 6 560-6 640 MHz frequency ranges 1/1.14/3.3.1.1 Sharing and compatibility of FS and HAPS systems (HAPS-to-ground) operating in the 6 440-6 520 MHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.1.2 Sharing and compatibility of FSS (Earth-to-space) and HAPS systems (HAPS-to-ground) operating in the 6 440-6 520 MHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.1.3 Sharing and compatibility of MS and HAPS systems operating in the 6 440-6 520 MHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.1.4 Compatibility of EESS (passive) and HAPS systems operating in the 6 440-6 520 MHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.1.5 Compatibility of RAS stations performing observations in the 6 650-6 675.2 MHz frequency range and HAPS systems operating in the 6 440-6 520 MHz frequency ranges 1/1.14/3.3.2 Sharing and compatibility studies of HAPS systems in the 21.4-22 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.2.1 Sharing and compatibility of FS and HAPS systems operating in the 21.4-22 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.2.2 Sharing and compatibility of MS and HAPS systems operating in the 21.4-22 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.2.3 Compatibility of EESS (passive) in the adjacent band 21.2-21.4 GHz and HAPS systems operating in the 21.4-22 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.2.4 Compatibility of EESS (passive) in the band 22.21-22.5 GHz and HAPS systems operating in the 21.4-22 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.2.5 Compatibility of RAS in the 22.21-22.5 GHz frequency range and HAPS systems operating in the 21.4-22 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.3 Sharing and compatibility studies of HAPS systems in the 24.25-27.5 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.3.1 Sharing and compatibility study of FS and HAPS systems operating in the 25.25-27.5 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.3.2 Sharing and compatibility study of MS and HAPS systems operating in the 24.25-27.5 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.3.3 Sharing and compatibility study of RNS and HAPS systems operating in the 24.25-24.65 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.3.4 Sharing and compatibility study of RLSS and HAPS systems operating in the 24.65-24.75 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.3.5 Sharing and compatibility study of ISS and HAPS systems operating in the 24.45-24.75 and 25.25-27.5 GHz 1/1.14/3.3.3.6 Sharing and compatibility study of FSS (Earth-to-space) and HAPS systems (HAPS-to-ground) operating in the 24.75-25.25 and 27-27.5 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.3.7 Sharing and compatibility study of EESS/SRS and HAPS systems operating in the 25.5-27 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.3.8 Compatibility study of RAS in the 23.6-24 GHz band and HAPS systems operating in the 24.25-27.5 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.3.9 Compatibility study of EESS (passive) service in the 23.6-24 GHz band and HAPS systems operating in the 24.25-27.5 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.4 Sharing and compatibility studies of HAPS systems in the 27.9-28.2 GHz and 31-31.3 GHz frequency ranges 1/1.14/3.3.4.1 Sharing and compatibility of FS and HAPS systems operating in the 27.9-28.2 GHz and 31-31.3 GHz frequency ranges 1/1.14/3.3.4.1.1 Sharing and compatibility of FS and HAPS systems operating in the 27.9-28.2 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.4.1.2 Sharing and compatibility of FS and HAPS systems operating in the 31-31.3 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.4.2 Sharing and compatibility of FSS (Earth-to-space) and HAPS systems (HAPS-to-ground) operating in the 27.9-28.2 GHz 1/1.14/3.3.4.3 Sharing and compatibility of MS and HAPS systems operating in the 27.9-28.2 GHz and 31-31.3 GHz frequency ranges 1/1.14/3.3.4.3.1 Sharing and compatibility of MS and HAPS systems operating in the 27.9-28.2 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.4.3.2 Sharing and compatibility of MS and HAPS systems operating in the 31-31.3 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.4.4 Compatibility study of EESS (passive) in the adjacent band 31.3-31.8 GHz and HAPS systems operating in the 31-31.3 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.4.5 Compatibility of RAS in the adjacent band 31.3-31.8 GHz and HAPS systems operating in the 31-31.3 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.5 Sharing and compatibility studies of HAPS systems in the 38-39.5 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.5.1 Sharing and compatibility study of FS and HAPS systems operating in the 38-39.5 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.5.2 Sharing and compatibility study of MS and HAPS systems operating in the 38-39.5 GHz frequency range Impact from transmitting HAPS ground stations into receiving MS stations 1/1.14/3.3.5.3 Sharing and compatibility study of FSS and HAPS systems operating in the 38-39.5 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.5.4 Compatibility study of SRS in the adjacent band 37-38 GHz frequency range and HAPS systems operating in 38-39.5 GHz frequency range 1/1.14/3.3.6 Sharing and compatibility studies of HAPS systems in the 47.2-47.5 GHz and 47.9-48.2 GHz frequency ranges 1/1.14/3.3.6.1 Sharing and compatibility study of MS and HAPS systems operating in the 47.2-47.5 GHz and 47.9-48.2 GHz frequency ranges 1/1.14/3.3.6.2 Sharing and compatibility study of FSS and HAPS systems operating in the 47.2-47.5 GHz and 47.9-48.2 GHz frequency ranges 1/1.14/3.4 Use of ATPC for HAPS systems and impact on sharing with FS 1/1.14/4 Methods to satisfy the agenda item 1/1.14/4.1 Frequency bands 6 440–6 520 MHz 1/1.14/4.2 Frequency band 6 560-6 640 MHz 1/1.14/4.3 Frequency band 21.4-22 GHz for Region 2 only 1/1.14/4.4 Frequency band 24.25-25.25 GHz for Region 2 only 1/1.14/4.5 Frequency band 25.25-27.5 GHz for Region 2 only 1/1.14/4.6 Frequency band 27.9-28.2 GHz 1/1.14/4.7 Frequency band 31-31.3 GHz 1/1.14/4.8 Frequency band 38-39.5 GHz 1/1.14/4.9 Frequency band 47.2-47.5 GHz and 47.9-48.2 GHz 1/1.14/5 Regulatory and procedural considerations 1/1.14/5.1 Frequency band 6 440-6 520 MHz 1/1.14/5.1.1 For Method 1A 1/1.14/5.1.2 For Method 1B 1/1.14/5.1.2.1 For Method 1B1, Option 1 1/1.14/5.1.2.2 For Method 1B1, Option 2 1/1.14/5.1.2.3 Example Resolution for Method 1B1 – Option 1 1/1.14/5.1.3 For Method 1C 1/1.14/5.2 Frequency band 6 560–6 640 MHz 1/1.14/5.2.1 For Method 2A 1/1.14/5.2.2 For Method 2C 1/1.14/5.3 Frequency band 21.4-22 GHz for Region 2 only 1/1.14/5.3.1 For Method 3A 1/1.14/5.3.2 For Method 3B2 1/1.14/5.3.2.1 For Method 3B2, Option 1 1/1.14/5.3.2.2 For Method 3Bs2, Option 2 1/1.14/5.3.2.3 Example Resolution for Method 3B2 – Option 1 1/1.14/5.3.2.4 Example Resolution for Method 3B2 – Option 2 1/1.14/5.4 Frequency band 24.25-25.25 GHz for Region 2 only 1/1.14/5.4.1 For Method 4A 1/1.14/5.4.2 For Method 4B3 1/1.14/5.4.2.1 Method 4B3, Option 1 1/1.14/5.4.2.2 Method 4B3, Option 2 1/1.14/5.4.2.3 Example Resolution for Method 4B3 – Option 1 and Method 5B2 – Option 1 1/1.14/5.4.2.4 Example Resolution for Method 4B3 – Option 2 and Method 5B2 – Option 2 1/1.14/5.5 Frequency band 25.25-27.5 GHz for Region 2 only 1/1.14/5.5.1 For Method 5A 1/1.14/5.5.2 For Method 5B2 1/1.14/5.5.2.1 For Method 5B2, Option 1 1/1.14/5.5.2.2 For Method 5B2, Option 2 1/1.14/5.5.2.3 For Method 5B2, Option 3 1/1.14/5.5.2.4 Example Resolution for Method 5B2 – Option 1 1/1.14/5.5.2.5 Example Resolution for Method 5B2 – Option 2 1/1.14/5.5.2.6 Example Resolution for Method 5B2 – Option 3 1/1.14/5.6 Frequency band 27.9-28.2 GHz 1/1.14/5.6.1 For Method 6A 1/1.14/5.6.2 For Method 6B1 1/1.14/5.6.2.1 For Method 6B1, Option 1 1/1.14/5.6.2.2 For Method 6B1, Option 2 1/1.14/5.6.2.3 Example Resolution for Method 6B1 – Option 1 and Method 7B1 – Option 1 1/1.14/5.6.2.4 Example Resolution for Method 6B1 – Option 2 and Method 7B1 – Option 2 1/1.14/5.6.3 For Method 6C 1/1.14/5.7 Frequency band 31-31.3 GHz 1/1.14/5.7.1 For Method 7A 1/1.14/5.7.2 For Method 7B1 1/1.14/5.7.2.1 For Method 7B1, Option 1 1/1.14/5.7.2.1.1 For Method 7B1, Option 1A 1/1.14/5.7.2.1.2 For Method 7B1, Option 1B 1/1.14/5.7.2.2 For Method 7B1, Option 2 1/1.14/5.7.2.3 Example Resolution for Method 7B1 – Option 1 1/1.14/5.7.2.4 Example Resolution for Method 7B1 – Option 2 1/1.14/5.7.3 For Method 7C 1/1.14/5.8 Frequency band 38-39.5 GHz 1/1.14/5.8.1 For Method 8A 1/1.14/5.8.2 For Method 8B2 1/1.14/5.8.2.1 For Method 8B2, Option 1 1/1.14/5.8.2.1.1 For Method 8B2, Option 1A 1/1.14/5.8.2.1.2 For Method 8B2, Option 1B 1/1.14/5.8.2.1.3 For Method 8B2, Option 1C 1/1.14/5.8.2.2 For Method 8B2, Option 2 1/1.14/5.8.2.3 Example Resolution for Method 8B2 – Options 1A and 1B 1/1.14/5.8.2.4 Example Resolution for Method 8B2 – Option 2 1/1.14/5.9 Frequency band 47.2-47.5 GHz and 47.9-48.2 GHz 1/1.14/5.9.1 For Method 9A 1/1.14/5.9.2 For Method 9B1 1/1.14/5.9.2.1 Method 9B1 1/1.14/5.9.2.2 Example modification of Resolution 122 for Method 9B1 1/1.14/5.9.2.2.1 Example 1 for Method 9B1 1/1.14/5.9.2.2.2 Example 2 for Method 9B1 1/1.14/5.9.3 For Method 9C 1/1.14/5.10 For Methods 1B1-Option 1, 3B2-Option 1, 4B3-Option 1, 5B2-Option 1, 6B1-Option 1, 7B1-Option 1, 8B2-Option 1 and 9C 1/1.14/5.11 For Methods 1B1-Option 1, 3B2-Option 1, 4B3-Option 1, 5B2-Option 1, 6B1-Option 1, 7B1-Option 1, 8B2-Option 1 and 9C 1/1.14/5.12 For Methods 1B1-Option 1, 3B2-Option 1, 4B3-Option 1, 5B2-Option 1, 6B1-Option 1, 7B1-Option 1, 8B2-Option 1 and 9C 1/1.14/5.13 For all Methods Agenda item 1.15 1/1.15/1 Executive summary 1/1.15/2 Background 1/1.15/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 1/1.15/3.1 Technical and operational characteristics and spectrum needs 1/1.15/3.1.1 Land mobile service applications 1/1.15/3.1.2 Fixed service applications 1/1.15/3.1.3 Passive service applications 1/1.15/3.1.3.1 Earth exploration-satellite service 1/1.15/3.1.3.2 Radio astronomy service 1/1.15/3.2 Sharing and compatibility studies in the frequency range 275-450 GHz 1/1.15/3.2.1 Sharing and compatibility studies for EESS (passive) 1/1.15/3.2.2 Sharing and compatibility studies for RAS 1/1.15/4 Methods to satisfy the agenda item 1/1.15/4.1 Method A 1/1.15/4.2 Method B 1/1.15/4.3 Method C 1/1.15/4.4 Method D 1/1.15/4.5 Method E 1/1.15/4.6 Method F 1/1.15/4.7 Method G 1/1.15/5 Regulatory and procedural considerations 1/1.15/5.1 For Method A 1/1.15/5.2 For Method B 1/1.15/5.3 For Method C 1/1.15/5.4 For Method D 1/1.15/5.5 For Method E 1/1.15/5.6 For Method F 1/1.15/5.7 For Method G 1/1.15/5.8 For all Methods A, B, C, D, E, F and G CHAPTER 2 - Broadband applications in the mobile service Agenda item 1.13 2/1.13/1 Executive summary 2/1.13/2 Background 2/1.13/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 2/1.13/3.1 Spectrum needs 2/1.13/3.2 Sharing and compatibility studies 2/1.13/3.2.1 Frequency range 24.25-27.5 GHz 2/1.13/3.2.1.1 EESS/SRS (space-to-Earth) in 25.5-27 GHz and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.1.1.1 EESS 2/1.13/3.2.1.1.2 SRS 2/1.13/3.2.1.2 Passive services in adjacent bands and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.1.2.1 EESS (passive) 2/1.13/3.2.1.2.2 RAS 2/1.13/3.2.1.3 FSS and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.1.4 ISS and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.1.5 FS and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.2 Frequency range 31.8-33.4 GHz 2/1.13/3.2.2.1 RNS and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.2.2 SRS (deep space) (space-to-Earth) and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.2.3 EESS (passive) in adjacent band and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.2.4 RAS in adjacent band and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.3 Frequency bands 37-40.5 GHz and 40.5-42.5 GHz 2/1.13/3.2.3.1 FSS/BSS/MSS (space-to-Earth) and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.3.2 SRS and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.3.3 EESS/SRS (passive) and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.3.4 FS and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.3.5 RAS and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.4 Frequency band 42.5-43.5 GHz 2/1.13/3.2.4.1 FSS (Earth-to-space) and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.4.2 FS and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.4.3 RAS and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.5 Frequency range 45.5-47 GHz 2/1.13/3.2.6 Frequency range 47-47.2 GHz 2/1.13/3.2.7 Frequency range 47.2-50.2 GHz 2/1.13/3.2.7.1 FSS (Earth-to-space) and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.7.2 FSS (space-to-Earth) in Region 1 and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.7.3 EESS (passive) and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.8 Frequency range 50.4-52.6 GHz 2/1.13/3.2.8.1 FSS (Earth-to-space) and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.8.2 EESS (passive) and IMT 2/1.13/3.2.9 Frequency range 66-71 GHz 2/1.13/3.2.9.1 ISS 2/1.13/3.2.9.2 MSS (Earth-to-space) 2/1.13/3.2.9.3 MSS (space-to-Earth) 2/1.13/3.2.10 Frequency range 71-76 GHz 2/1.13/3.2.10.1 FS 2/1.13/3.2.10.2 RLS 2/1.13/3.2.10.3 FSS 2/1.13/3.2.11 Frequency range 81-86 GHz 2/1.13/3.2.11.1 EESS (passive) 2/1.13/3.2.11.2 FS 2/1.13/3.2.11.3 RAS (in-band) 2/1.13/3.2.11.4 RAS (adjacent band) 2/1.13/3.2.11.5 RLS 2/1.13/3.2.11.6 FSS 2/1.13/4 Methods to satisfy the agenda item 2/1.13/4.1 Item A: Frequency band 24.25-27.5 GHz 2/1.13/4.1.1 Method A1: NOC 2/1.13/4.1.2 Method A2: Identification of the frequency band 24.25-27.5 GHz for IMT in accordance with the following two alternatives 2/1.13/4.1.2.1 Condition A2a: Protection measures for the EESS (passive) in the 23.6-24 GHz frequency band 2/1.13/4.1.2.2 Condition A2b: Protection measures for the EESS (passive) in the 50.2-50.4 GHz and 52.6-54.25 GHz frequency bands 2/1.13/4.1.2.3 Condition A2c: Protection measures for earth stations in the SRS/EESS (25.5-27 GHz (space-to-Earth)) 2/1.13/4.1.2.4 Condition A2d: Measures related to transmitting earth stations in the FSS (Earth-to-space) at known locations 2/1.13/4.1.2.5 Condition A2e: Protection measures for the ISS and FSS (Earth-to-space) receiving space stations 2/1.13/4.1.2.6 Condition A2f: Protection measures for the RAS (23.6-24 GHz) 2/1.13/4.1.2.7 Condition A2g: Protection measures for multiple services 2/1.13/4.2 Item B: Frequency band 31.8-33.4 GHz 2/1.13/4.2.1 Method B1: NOC 2/1.13/4.3 Item C: Frequency band 37-40.5 GHz 2/1.13/4.3.1 Method C1: NOC 2/1.13/4.3.2 Method C2: Identification of the frequency band 37-40.5 GHz for IMT in accordance with the following two alternatives 2/1.13/4.3.2.1 Condition C2a: Protection measures for the EESS (passive) in the 36-37 GHz frequency band 2/1.13/4.3.2.2 Condition C2b: Protection measures for the FSS (space-to-Earth) 2/1.13/4.3.2.3 Condition C2c: Protection measures for the SRS (space-to-Earth) 2/1.13/4.3.2.4 Condition C2d: Measures for the SRS (Earth-to-space) and EESS (Earth-to-space) 2/1.13/4.3.2.5 Condition C2e: Protection measures for multiple services 2/1.13/4.3.3 Method C3: Identification of the frequency band 37-40.5 GHz for IMT except Region 1 and provide a common 2 GHz of spectrum to the FSS throughout Region 1 2/1.13/4.4 Item D: Frequency band 40.5-42.5 GHz 2/1.13/4.4.1 Method D1: NOC 2/1.13/4.4.2 Method D2: Identification of the frequency band 40.5-42.5 GHz for IMT in accordance with the following two alternatives 2/1.13/4.4.2.1 Condition D2a: Protection measures for the FSS (space-to-Earth) 2/1.13/4.4.2.2 Condition D2b: Protection measures for the RAS 2/1.13/4.4.2.3 Condition D2c: Protection measures for multiple services 2/1.13/4.5 Item E: Frequency band 42.5-43.5 GHz 2/1.13/4.5.1 Method E1: NOC 2/1.13/4.5.2 Method E2: Identification of the frequency band 42.5-43.5 GHz for IMT in accordance with the following two alternatives 2/1.13/4.5.2.1 Condition E2a: Protection measures for the FSS (Earth-to-space) 2/1.13/4.5.2.2 Condition E2b: Protection measures for the RAS 2/1.13/4.5.2.3 Condition E2c: Protection measures for multiple services 2/1.13/4.5.2.4 Condition E2d: Measures related to transmitting earth stations in the FSS (Earth-to-space) at known locations 2/1.13/4.6 Item F: Frequency band 45.5-47 GHz 2/1.13/4.6.1 Method F1: NOC 2/1.13/4.6.2 Method F2: NOC, Proposal for further ITU-R study 2/1.13/4.6.3 Method F3: Identification of the frequency band 45.5-47 GHz for IMT 2/1.13/4.6.3.1 Condition F3a: Protection measures for the MSS 2/1.13/4.6.3.2 Condition F3b: Protection measures for the RNS and RNSS 2/1.13/4.6.3.3 Condition F3c: Protection measures for multiple services 2/1.13/4.6.4 Method F4: Identification of the frequency band 45.5-47 GHz for IMT and removal of the frequency band from RR No. 5.553 2/1.13/4.7 Item G: Frequency band 47-47.2 GHz 2/1.13/4.7.1 Method G1: NOC 2/1.13/4.7.2 Method G2: NOC, Proposal for further ITU-R study 2/1.13/4.7.3 Method G3: Identification of the frequency band 47-47.2 GHz for IMT 2/1.13/4.7.3.1 Condition G3a: Protection measures for the ARS and ARSS 2/1.13/4.7.3.2 Condition G3b: Protection measures for multiple services 2/1.13/4.8 Item H: Frequency band 47.2-50.2 GHz 2/1.13/4.8.1 Method H1: NOC 2/1.13/4.8.2 Method H2: Identification of the frequency band 47.2-50.2 GHz for IMT in accordance with the following two alternatives 2/1.13/4.8.2.1 Condition H2a: Protection measures for the EESS (passive) 2/1.13/4.8.2.2 Condition H2b: Protection measures for the FSS space stations (Earth-to-space) 2/1.13/4.8.2.3 Condition H2c: Measures related to transmitting earth stations in the FSS (Earth-to-space) 2/1.13/4.8.2.4 Condition H2d: Protection measures for multiple services 2/1.13/4.9 Item I: Frequency band 50.4-52.6 GHz 2/1.13/4.9.1 Method I1: NOC 2/1.13/4.9.2 Method I2: Identification of the frequency band 50.4-52.6 GHz for IMT in accordance with the following two alternatives 2/1.13/4.9.2.1 Condition I2a: Protection measures for the EESS (passive) 2/1.13/4.9.2.2 Condition I2b: Protection measures for the FSS (Earth-to-space) 2/1.13/4.9.2.3 Condition I2c: Protection measures for multiple services 2/1.13/4.9.2.4 Condition I2d: Measures related to transmitting earth stations in the FSS (Earth-to-space) 2/1.13/4.10 Item J: Frequency band 66-71 GHz 2/1.13/4.10.1 Method J1: NOC 2/1.13/4.10.2 Method J2: Identification of the frequency band 66-71 GHz for IMT in accordance with the following two alternatives and removal of the frequency band from RR No. 5.553 2/1.13/4.10.2.1 Condition J2a: Measures for coexistence with MGWS and other WAS 2/1.13/4.10.2.2 Condition J2b: Measures to protect other services 2/1.13/4.10.2.3 Condition J2c: Protection measures for multiple services 2/1.13/4.10.3 Method J3: To continue studies on the possibility of identification in the frequency band 66-71 GHz for IMT with a WRC Resolution 2/1.13/4.10.4 Method J4: Identification of the frequency band 66-71 GHz for IMT in accordance with the following two alternatives and retention of the frequency band in RR No. 5.553 2/1.13/4.10.4.1 Condition J4a: Measures for coexistence with MGWS and other WAS 2/1.13/4.10.4.2 Condition J4b: Measures to protect other services 2/1.13/4.11 Item K: Frequency band 71-76 GHz 2/1.13/4.11.1 Method K1: NOC 2/1.13/4.11.2 Method K2: Identification of the frequency band 71-76 GHz for IMT in accordance with the following two alternatives 2/1.13/4.11.2.1 Condition K2a: Protection measures for the RLS 2/1.13/4.11.2.2 Condition K2b: Protection measures for the FSS (space-to-Earth) 2/1.13/4.11.2.3 Condition K2c: Protection measures for multiple services 2/1.13/4.12 Item L: Frequency band 81-86 GHz 2/1.13/4.12.1 Method L1: NOC 2/1.13/4.12.2 Method L2: Identification of the frequency band 81-86 GHz for IMT in accordance with the following two alternatives 2/1.13/4.12.2.1 Condition L2a: Protection measures for the EESS (passive) 2/1.13/4.12.2.2 Condition L2b: Protection measures for the RLS 2/1.13/4.12.2.3 Condition L2c: Protection measures for the RAS 2/1.13/4.12.2.4 Condition L2d: Protection measures for the FSS (Earth-to-space) 2/1.13/4.12.2.5 Condition L2e: Protection measures for multiple services 2/1.13/5 Regulatory and procedural considerations 2/1.13/5.1 For Item A: Frequency band 24.25-27.5 GHz 2/1.13/5.1.1 For Method A1, see Section 2/1.13/5.14.1 2/1.13/5.1.2 For Method A2 2/1.13/5.2 For Item B: Frequency band 31.8-33.4 GHz, see Section 2/1.13/5.14.2 2/1.13/5.3 For Item C: Frequency band 37-40.5 GHz 2/1.13/5.3.1 For Method C1, see Section 2/1.13/5.14.3 2/1.13/5.3.2 For Method C2 2/1.13/5.3.3 For Method C3 2/1.13/5.4 For Item D: Frequency band 40.5-42.5 GHz 2/1.13/5.4.1 For Method D1, see Section 2/1.13/5.14.4 2/1.13/5.4.2 For Method D2 2/1.13/5.5 For Item E: Frequency band 42.5-43.5 GHz 2/1.13/5.5.1 For Method E1, see Section 2/1.13/5.14.5 2/1.13/5.5.2 For Method E2 2/1.13/5.6 For Item F: Frequency band 45.5-47 GHz 2/1.13/5.6.1 For Method F1, see Section 2/1.13/5.14.6 2/1.13/5.6.2 For Method F2, see Section 2/1.13/5.13.7 and Section 2/1.13/5.14.6 2/1.13/5.6.3 For Methods F3 and F4 2/1.13/5.7 For Item G: Frequency band 47-47.2 GHz 2/1.13/5.7.1 For Method G1, see Section 2/1.13/5.14.7 2/1.13/5.7.2 For Method G2, see Section 2/1.13/5.13.7 and Section 5.14.7 2/1.13/5.7.3 For Method G3 2/1.13/5.8 For Item H: Frequency band 47.2-50.2 GHz 2/1.13/5.8.1 For Method H1, see Section 2/1.13/5.14.8 2/1.13/5.8.2 For Method H2 2/1.13/5.9 For Item I: Frequency band 50.4-52.6 GHz 2/1.13/5.9.1 For Method I1, see Section 2/1.13/5.14.9 2/1.13/5.9.2 For Method I2 2/1.13/5.10 For Item J: Frequency band 66-71 GHz 2/1.13/5.10.1 For Method J1, see Section 2/1.13/5.14.10 2/1.13/5.10.2 For Methods J2 and J4 2/1.13/5.10.3 For Method J3 2/1.13/5.11 For Item K: Frequency band 71-76 GHz 2/1.13/5.11.1 For Method K1, see Section 2/1.13/5.14.11 2/1.13/5.11.2 For Method K2 2/1.13/5.12 For Item L: Frequency band 81-86 GHz 2/1.13/5.12.1 For Method L1, see Section 2/1.13/5.14.12 2/1.13/5.12.2 For Method L2 2/1.13/5.13 For some items 2/1.13/5.13.1 For Alternative 2 of Methods C2, D2, E2 2/1.13/5.13.2 For the relevant condition(s) and option(s) of Method A2 2/1.13/5.13.3 For the relevant condition(s) and option(s) of all Methods that contain TRP limits as a condition 2/1.13/5.13.4 For the relevant condition(s) and option(s) of Methods C2, D2, E2, F3, G3, H2 and I2 2/1.13/5.13.5 For option 1 of condition J2a of Method J2 and option 1 of condition J4a of Method J4 2/1.13/5.13.6 For option 2 of condition J2a of Methods J2 and option 2 of condition J4a of Method J4 2/1.13/5.13.7 For the relevant condition(s) and option(s) of Methods F2, G2 and J3 2/1.13/5.13.8 For the relevant condition(s) and option(s) of Methods K2 and L2 2/1.13/5.13.9 For the relevant condition(s) and option(s) of Methods A2, H2, L2 and I2 2/1.13/5.14 For all items, for Methods A1, B1, C1, D1, E1, F1, F2, G1, G2, H1, I1, J1, K1 and L1 (NOC) 2/1.13/5.14.1 For Method A1 (NOC) 2/1.13/5.14.2 For Method B1 (NOC) 2/1.13/5.14.3 For Method C1 (NOC) 2/1.13/5.14.4 For Method D1 (NOC) 2/1.13/5.14.5 For Method E1 (NOC) 2/1.13/5.14.6 For Method F1 (NOC) and Method F2 2/1.13/5.14.7 For Method G1 (NOC) and Method G2 2/1.13/5.14.8 For Method H1 (NOC) 2/1.13/5.14.9 For Method I1 (NOC) 2/1.13/5.14.10 For Method J1 (NOC) 2/1.13/5.14.11 For Method K1 (NOC) 2/1.13/5.14.12 For Method L1 (NOC) 2/1.13/5.15 For all items, for all Methods, except Method F2, G2 and J3 for which a modification of Resolution 238 (WRC-15) is proposed Agenda item 1.16 2/1.16/1 Executive summary 2/1.16/2 Background 2/1.16/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 2/1.16/3.1 Technical and operational requirements for WAS/RLANs 2/1.16/3.2 Sharing and compatibility studies 2/1.16/3.2.1 Frequency band 5 150-5 250 MHz 2/1.16/3.2.1.1 FSS for non-GSO MSS feeder uplinks and the WAS/RLAN 2/1.16/3.2.1.2 ARNS and WAS/RLAN 2/1.16/3.2.1.3 Aeronautical mobile telemetry and WAS/RLAN pursuant to RR No. 5.446C 2/1.16/3.2.2 Frequency band 5 250-5 350 MHz 2/1.16/3.2.2.1 EESS (active) and the WAS/RLAN and radar systems and the WAS/RLANs 2/1.16/3.2.3 Frequency band 5 350-5 470 MHz 2/1.16/3.2.3.1 EESS (active) and the WAS/RLAN 2/1.16/3.2.3.2 Radar systems and the WAS/RLANs 2/1.16/3.2.4 Frequency band 5 725-5 850 MHz 2/1.16/3.2.4.1 Radar systems and the WAS/RLANs 2/1.16/3.2.4.2 FSS (allocated only in Region 1) and WAS/RLANs 2/1.16/3.2.5 Frequency band 5 850-5 925 MHz 2/1.16/4 Methods to satisfy the agenda item 2/1.16/4.1 Frequency band A, 5 150-5 250 MHz 2/1.16/4.1.1 Method A1: No change to the RR 2/1.16/4.1.2 Method A2: Revision to Resolution 229 (Rev.WRC-12) to enable outdoor RLAN operations including possible associated conditions for new e.i.r.p. limits 2/1.16/4.1.3 Method A3: Revision to Resolution 229 (Rev.WRC-12) to enable outdoor RLAN operations by applying the same conditions of use as defined for the 5 250-5 350 MHz frequency band in resolves 4 of Resolution 229 (Rev.WRC-12) 2/1.16/4.1.4 Method A4: Revisions to Resolution 229 (Rev.WRC-12) to facilitate limited RLAN outdoor operation and RLAN in-vehicle (cars and trains) usage operation with associated e.i.r.p. levels 2/1.16/4.1.5 Method A5: Revisions to Resolution 229 (Rev.WRC-12) to enable in-car use of RLAN operation with e.i.r.p. up to 40 mW 2/1.16/4.1.6 Method A6: Revision to Resolution 229 (Rev.WRC-12) to enable outdoor RLAN operations including associated conditions for new e.i.r.p. limits and out-of-band emission limits 2/1.16/4.2 Frequency band B, 5 250-5 350 MHz 2/1.16/4.2.1 Method B: No change to the RR 2/1.16/4.3 Frequency band C, 5 350-5 470 MHz 2/1.16/4.3.1 Method C: No change to the RR 2/1.16/4.4 Frequency band D, 5 725-5 850 MHz 2/1.16/4.4.1 Method D1: No change to the RR 2/1.16/4.4.2 Method D2: A new Regional primary MS allocation 2/1.16/4.4.3 Method D3: Accommodate WAS/RLAN in a new footnote 2/1.16/4.5 Frequency band E, 5 850-5 925 MHz 2/1.16/4.5.1 Method E: No change to the RR 2/1.16/5 Regulatory and procedural considerations 2/1.16/5.1 Frequency band A, 5 150-5 250 MHz 2/1.16/5.1.1 For Method A1 2/1.16/5.1.2 For Method A2 2/1.16/5.1.3 For Method A3 2/1.16/5.1.4 For Method A4 2/1.16/5.1.5 For Method A5 2/1.16/5.1.6 For Method A6 2/1.16/5.2 Frequency band B, 5 250-5 350 MHz 2/1.16/5.2.1 For Method B 2/1.16/5.3 Frequency band C, 5 350-5 470 MHz 2/1.16/5.3.1 For Method C 2/1.16/5.4 Frequency band D, 5 725-5 850 MHz 2/1.16/5.4.1 For Method D1 2/1.16/5.4.2 For Method D2 2/1.16/5.4.3 For Method D3 2/1.16/5.5 For the frequency band 5 850-5 925 MHz 2/1.16/5.5.1 For Method E 2/1.16/5.6 For all frequency bands and all Methods Agenda item 9.1(9.1.1) 2/9.1.1 Resolution 212 (Rev.WRC-15) 2/9.1.1/1 Executive summary 2/9.1.1/2 Background 2/9.1.1/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 2/9.1.1/3.1 Summary of results of interference from IMT BSs and IMT UEs to IMT space stations (Scenario A1) 2/9.1.1/3.2 Summary of results of interference from IMT BSs to IMT MESs (Scenario A2) 2/9.1.1/3.3 Summary of results of interference from IMT MESs to IMT BSs and IMT UEs (Scenario B1) 2/9.1.1/3.4 Summary of results of interference from the IMT space stations to IMT UEs (Scenario B2) 2/9.1.1/4 Conclusions 2/9.1.1/4.1 Interference from IMT BSs and IMT UEs to IMT space stations (Scenario A1) 2/9.1.1/4.2 Interference from IMT BSs to IMT MESs (Scenario A2) 2/9.1.1/4.3 Interference from IMT MESs to IMT BSs and IMT UEs (Scenario B1) 2/9.1.1/4.4 Interference from IMT space stations to IMT UEs (Scenario B2) Agenda item 9.1(9.1.5) 2/9.1.5 Resolution 764 (WRC-15) 2/9.1.5/1 Executive summary 2/9.1.5/2 Background 2/9.1.5/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 2/9.1.5/3.1 Summary of technical and operational studies 2/9.1.5/3.1.1 Approach A 2/9.1.5/3.1.2 Approach B 2/9.1.5/3.2 List of relevant ITU-R Recommendations 2/9.1.5/4 Conclusions 2/9.1.5/4.1 Approach A 2/9.1.5/4.2 Approach B 2/9.1.5/4.3 For Approaches A and B Agenda item 9.1(9.1.8) 2/9.1.8 Issue 3) in the Annex to Resolution 958 (WRC-15) 2/9.1.8/1 Executive summary 2/9.1.8/2 Background 2/9.1.8/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 2/9.1.8/3.1 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies related to WRC-19 agenda item 9.1, issue 9.1.8 2/9.1.8/3.2 List of other ITU-R Recommendations and Reports 2/9.1.8/4 Conclusions CHAPTER 3 - Satellite services Agenda item 1.4 3/1.4/1 Executive summary 3/1.4/2 Background 3/1.4/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/1.4/3.1 Review of the Radio Regulations and existing documentation 3/1.4/3.1.1 Current allocations in the 11.7-12.7 GHz frequency band 3/1.4/3.1.2 Relevant provisions in the Radio Regulations 3/1.4/3.1.3 Some limitations and criteria applied to FSS and BSS subject to RR Appendix 30 3/1.4/3.1.4 Definition of the term “implemented” networks used in Resolution 557 (WRC-15) 3/1.4/3.2 Annex 7 limitation “A1a” (i.e. (...) Region 2 cluster in the frequency band 12.2-12.7 GHz) 3/1.4/3.10.1 Review of the limitation “B” 3/1.4/4 Methods to satisfy the agenda item 3/1.4/4.1 Method A: No change 3/1.4/4.2 Method B: Deletion of some limitations of Annex 7, addition of draft new Resolutions [A14-LIMITA3] (WRC-19), [B14-PRIORITY] (WRC-19), [D14-ENTRY-INTO-FORCE] (WRC-19) and application of draft new Resolution [C14-LIMITA1A2] (WRC-19) with revis... 3/1.4/5 Regulatory and procedural considerations 3/1.4/5.1 For Method A 3/1.4/5.2 For Method B Agenda item 1.5 3/1.5/1 Executive summary 3/1.5/2 Background 3/1.5/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/1.5/3.1 Operation of ESIM in the frequency bands 17.7-19.7 GHz and 27.5-29.5 GHz 3/1.5/3.2 Sharing studies with terrestrial services 3/1.5/3.2.1 Frequency band 17.7-19.7 GHz 3/1.5/3.2.2 Frequency band 27.5-29.5 GHz 3/1.5/3.3 Sharing studies with space services 3/1.5/3.3.1 Sharing studies with the EESS (passive) 3/1.5/3.3.2 Sharing studies with the meteorological-satellite service 3/1.5/3.3.3 Sharing studies with the EESS (Earth-to-space) 3/1.5/3.3.4 Sharing studies with the FSS 3/1.5/3.3.4.1 GSO FSS networks 3/1.5/3.3.4.2 Non-GSO FSS systems 3/1.5/3.3.4.2.1 Frequency band 17.7-18.6 GHz (Resolution 158, recognizing further e)) 3/1.5/3.3.4.2.2 Frequency band 18.8-19.3 GHz (Resolution 158, recognizing further f) and b)) 3/1.5/3.3.4.2.3 Frequency band 27.5-28.6 GHz (Resolution 158, recognizing further e) and b)) 3/1.5/3.3.4.2.4 Frequency band 28.6-29.1 GHz (Resolution 158, recognizing further f) and b)) 3/1.5/3.3.4.3 Sharing with non-GSO MSS feeder links operating in the FSS 3/1.5/3.3.4.3.1 Frequency band 19.3-19.7 GHz (Resolution 158, recognizing further g)) 3/1.5/3.3.4.3.2 Frequency band 29.1-29.5 GHz (Resolution 158, recognizing further h) and j)) 3/1.5/3.3.4.4 Sharing studies with BSS feeder links 3/1.5/3.3.4.4.1 Frequency bands 17.7-18.1 GHz (Resolution 158, recognizing further a)) and 18.1-18.4 GHz (Resolution 158, recognizing further c)) 3/1.5/3.3.4.4.2 Frequency band 27.5-29.5 GHz (Resolution 158, recognizing further i)) 3/1.5/3.3.4.5 Sharing studies between ESIM and non-GSO MSS feeder-link earth stations operating in the opposite direction in the frequency band 19.3-19.6 GHz 3/1.5/4 Methods to satisfy the agenda item 3/1.5/4.1 Method A 3/1.5/4.2 Method B 3/1.5/5 Regulatory and procedural considerations 3/1.5/5.1 For Method A 3/1.5/5.2 For Method B 3/1.5/5.2.1 Example modification to Appendix 4 to implement resolves 1.1.2 to draft new Resolution [A15] (WRC-19) 3/1.5/5.2.2 Example consequential suppression of Resolution 158 (WRC-15) Agenda item 1.6 3/1.6/1 Executive summary 3/1.6/2 Background 3/1.6/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/1.6/3.1 Studies regarding propagation and sharing considerations between non-GSO and GSO systems 3/1.6/3.2 Studies regarding non-GSO FSS and GSO FSS/BSS sharing 3/1.6/3.3 Studies regarding non-GSO FSS and EESS (passive) considerations 3/1.6/3.4 Studies regarding non-GSO FSS and RAS considerations 3/1.6/3.4.1 Non-GSO (Earth-to-space) 3/1.6/3.4.2 Non-GSO (space-to-Earth) 3/1.6/3.5 Studies regarding non-GSO FSS to non-GSO FSS mitigation considerations 3/1.6/4 Methods to satisfy the agenda item 3/1.6/4.1 Method A of Issue 1 3.1.6/4.2 Method B of Issue 1 3/1.6/5 Regulatory and procedural considerations 3/1.6/5.1 For Method A of Issue 1 3/1.6/5.2 For Method B of Issue 1 3/1.6/5.3 Issue 2: EESS (passive) Agenda item 7 3/7/1 Issue A – Bringing into use of frequency assignments to all non-GSO systems, and consideration of a milestone-based approach for the deployment of non-GSO systems in specific frequency bands and services 3/7/1.1 Executive summary 3/7/1.2 Background 3/7/1.3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/7/1.3.1 Bringing into use of frequency assignments to non-GSO systems 3/7/1.3.2 Establishment of a milestone-based approach for alignment of non-GSO system deployment with MIFR entries in specific frequency bands and services 3/7/1.3.2.1 Description of the milestone-based approach and options 3/7/1.3.2.2 Descriptions of the transitional measures and associated options 3/7/1.3.2.2.1 Option 1 3/7/1.3.2.2.2 Option 2 3/7/1.4 Methods to satisfy Issue A 3/7/1.4.1 Bringing into use 3/7/1.4.2 Milestone-based approach 3/7/1.5 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue A 3/7/1.5.1 Bringing into use (BIU) 3/7/1.5.1.1 BIU Options A and B: incorporation of the RoP in Article 11 with a fixed period for BIU 3/7/1.5.1.2 BIU Option C: incorporation of the RoP in Article 11 with no fixed period for BIU 3/7/1.5.1.3 BIU Option D: incorporation of the RoP in Article 11 with fixed period for the BIU of frequency assignment subject to Section II of Article 9 of the RR but no fixed period otherwise 3/7/1.5.2 Milestone-based approach 3/7/1.5.2.1 Modification of Radio Regulations to reference draft new Resolution [A7(A)-NGSO-MILESTONES] into Article 11 3/7/1.5.2.2 Modification of RR Article 13 3/7/1.5.2.3 Proposed example of draft new Resolution 3/7/1.5.2.3.1 Example Resolution 3/7/1.5.2.3.2 Modification to Appendix 4 3/7/2 Issue B – Application of coordination arc in the Ka-band, to determine coordination requirements between the FSS and other satellite services 3/7/2.1 Executive summary 3/7/2.2 Background 3/7/2.3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/7/2.4 Method to satisfy Issue B 3/7/2.5 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue B 3/7/3 Issue C – Issues for which consensus was achieved in ITU-R and a single method has been identified 3/7/3.1 Executive summary 3/7/3.2 Background 3/7/3.2.1 Background for Issue C1 3/7/3.2.2 Background for Issue C2 3/7/3.2.3 Background for Issue C3 3/7/3.2.4 Background for Issue C4 3/7/3.2.5 Background for Issue C5 3/7/3.2.6 Background for Issue C6 3/7/3.2.7 Background for Issue C7 3/7/3.3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/7/3.3.1 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies for Issue C1 3/7/3.3.2 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies for Issue C2 3/7/3.3.3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies for Issue C3 3/7/3.3.4 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies for Issue C4 3/7/3.3.5 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies for Issue C5 3/7/3.3.6 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies for Issue C6 3/7/3.3.7 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies for Issue C7 3/7/3.4 Method to satisfy Issue C 3/7/3.4.1 Method to satisfy Issue C1 3/7/3.4.2 Method to satisfy Issue C2 3/7/3.4.3 Method to satisfy Issue C3 3/7/3.4.4 Method to satisfy Issue C4 3/7/3.4.5 Method to satisfy Issue C5 3/7/3.4.6 Method to satisfy Issue C6 3/7/3.4.7 Method to satisfy Issue C7 3/7/3.5 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue C 3/7/3.5.1 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue C1 3/7/3.5.2 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue C2 3/7/3.5.3 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue C3 3/7/3.5.4 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue C4 3/7/3.5.5 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue C5 3/7/3.5.6 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue C6 3/7/3.5.7 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue C7 3/7/4 Issue D – Identification of those specific satellite networks and systems with which coordination needs to be effected under RR Nos. 9.12, 9.12A and 9.13 3/7/4.1 Executive summary 3/7/4.2 Background 3/7/4.3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/7/4.4 Methods to satisfy Issue D 3/7/4.4.1 Method D1 3/7/4.4.2 Method D2 3/7/4.5 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue D 3/7/4.5.1 Method D1 3/7/4.5.2 Method D2 3/7/5 Issue E: Resolution related to RR Appendix 30B 3/7/5.1 Executive summary 3/7/5.2 Background 3/7/5.3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/7/5.4 Method to satisfy Issue E 3/7/5.5 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue E 3/7/6 Issue F – Measures to facilitate entering new assignments into the RR Appendix 30B List 3/7/6.1 Executive summary 3/7/6.2 Background 3/7/6.3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/7/6.4 Methods to satisfy Issue F 3/7/6.4.1 Method F1 3/7/6.4.2 Method F2 3/7/6.4.3 Method F3 3/7/6.4.4 Method F4 3/7/6.5 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue F 3/7/6.5.1 Method F1 3/7/6.5.2 Method F2 3/7/6.5.3 Method F3 3/7/6.5.4 Method F4 3/7/7 Issue G – Updating the reference situation for Regions 1 and 3 networks under RR Appendices 30 and 30A when provisionally recorded assignments are converted into definitive recorded assignments 3/7/7.1 Executive summary 3/7/7.2 Background 3/7/7.3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/7/7.4 Methods to satisfy Issue G 3/7/7.4.1 Method G1 3/7/7.4.2 Method G2 3/7/7.4.3 Method G3 3/7/7.5 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue G 3/7/7.5.1 Method G1 3/7/7.5.2 Method G2 3/7/7.5.3 Method G3 3/7/8 Issue H – Modifications to RR Appendix 4 data items to be provided for non-geostationary satellite systems 3/7/8.1 Executive summary 3/7/8.2 Background 3/7/8.3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/7/8.3.1 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies relating to API to frequency assignments to non-GSO satellite systems not subject to formal coordination 3/7/8.3.2 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies relating to frequency assignments to non-GSO satellites systems with multiple orbital planes 3/7/8.3.3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies relating to frequency assignments to non-GSO satellites systems subject to the RR Article 22 epfd limits 3/7/8.4 Method to satisfy Issue H 3/7/8.5 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue H 3/7/9 Issue I – Modified regulatory procedure for non-GSO satellite systems with short-duration missions 3/7/9.1 Executive summary 3/7/9.2 Background 3/7/9.3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/7/9.4 Methods to satisfy Issue I 3/7/9.4.1 Method I1 3/7/9.4.2 Method I2 3/7/9.5 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue I 3/7/9.5.1 Method I1 3/7/9.5.2 Method I2 3/7/10 Issue J – Pfd limit in Section 1, Annex 1 of RR Appendix 30 3/7/10.1 Executive summary 3/7/10.2 Background 3/7/10.3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/7/10.3.1 Current practice in the Bureau’s examination 3/7/10.3.2 Results of ITU-R studies on the pfd limit 3/7/10.4 Methods to satisfy Issue J 3/7/10.4.1 Method J1 3/7/10.4.2 Method J2 3/7/10.5 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue J 3/7/10.5.1 Method J1 3/7/10.5.2 Method J2 3/7/11 Issue K – Difficulties for Part B examinations under § 4.1.12 or 4.2.16 of RR Appendices 30 and 30A and § 6.21 c) of RR Appendix 30B 3/7/11.1 Executive summary 3/7/11.2 Background 3/7/11.3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/7/11.4 Method to satisfy Issue K 3/7/11.5 Regulatory and procedural considerations for Issue K Agenda item 9.1(9.1.2) 3/9.1.2 Resolution 761 (WRC-15) 3/9.1.2/1 Executive summary 3/9.1.2/2 Background 3/9.1.2/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/9.1.2/3.1 Applicable ITU-R Recommendations and Reports 3/9.1.2/3.2 BSS (sound) applications 3/9.1.2/3.2.1 Overview of BSS (sound) system characteristics 3/9.1.2/3.2.2 BSS (sound) high power requirement 3/9.1.2/3.2.3 BSS (sound) terrestrial augmentations requirement 3/9.1.2/3.2.4 BSS (sound) protection requirement 3/9.1.2/3.3 IMT applications 3/9.1.2/3.3.1 IMT system characteristics 3/9.1.2/3.3.2 IMT protection requirement 3/9.1.2/3.4 Possible actions with respect to issue 9.1.2 3/9.1.2/3.4.1 Possible action 1: Maintain status quo (i.e. no changes to the Radio Regulations) 3/9.1.2/3.4.2 Possible action 2: Maintain status quo (i.e. no changes to the Radio Regulations) for those countries for which the frequency band is not identified for IMT 3/9.1.2/3.4.3 Possible action 3: Maintain status quo (i.e. no changes to the Radio Regulations) for the protection of BSS (sound) and stipulate pfd limits for the protection of IMT in Regions 1 and 3 3/9.1.2/3.4.4 Possible action 4: Maintain status quo (i.e. no changes to the Radio Regulations) for the protection of BSS (sound) and stipulate pfd limits for the protection of IMT in some countries of Regions 1 and 3 3/9.1.2/3.4.5 Possible action 5: Maintain status quo (i.e. no changes to the Radio Regulations) for the protection of IMT and stipulate pfd limits for the protection of BSS (sound) in Regions 1 and 3 3/9.1.2/3.4.6 Possible action 6: Stipulate pfd limits for the protection of both IMT and BSS (sound) in Regions 1 and 3 3/9.1.2/3.4.7 Possible action 7: Stipulate pfd limits for the protection of both IMT and BSS (sound) in some countries of Regions 1 and 3 3/9.1.2/3.4.8 Possible action 8: Stipulate a new coordination threshold for the protection of both IMT and BSS (sound) in Regions 1 and 3 3/9.1.2/3.4.9 Possible action 9: Stipulate a new coordination threshold for the protection of both IMT and BSS (sound) in some countries of Regions 1 and 3 3/9.1.2/4 Conclusions Agenda item 9.1(9.1.3) 3/9.1.3 Resolution 157 (WRC-15) 3/9.1.3/1 Executive summary 3/9.1.3/2 Background 3/9.1.3/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/9.1.3/3.1 List of relevant ITU-R Recommendations, Reports and other relevant ITU-R publications 3/9.1.3/3.2 Summary of the results of ITU-R studies 3/9.1.3/4 Conclusions Agenda item 9.1(9.1.9) 3/9.1.9 Resolution 162 (WRC-15) 3/9.1.9/1 Executive summary 3/9.1.9/2 Background 3/9.1.9/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 3/9.1.9/3.1 Studies on spectrum needs 3/9.1.9/3.2 Relevant ITU-R Recommendations and Reports 3/9.1.9/3.3 Compatibility and sharing studies 3/9.1.9/4 Conclusions CHAPTER 4 - Science services Agenda item 1.2 4/1.2/1 Executive summary 4/1.2/2 Background 4/1.2/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 4/1.2/3.1 Relevant ITU-R Recommendations and Reports 4/1.2/3.2 Studies regarding the power limits 4/1.2/3.3 Studies regarding the e.i.r.p. density limits 4/1.2/3.4 Compatibility studies between DCS and SOS 4/1.2/3.4.1 399.9-400.05 MHz frequency band 4/1.2/3.4.2 401-403 MHz frequency band 4/1.2/3.4.3 Summary of all compatibility studies 4/1.2/4 Methods to satisfy the agenda item 4/1.2/4.1 For the band 399.9-400.05 MHz 4/1.2/4.1.1 Method A NOC 4/1.2/4.1.2 Method B 4/1.2/4.1.3 Method C 4/1.2/4.1.4 Method D 4/1.2/4.2 For the bands 401-403 MHz 4/1.2/4.2.1 Method E 4/1.2/4.2.2 Method F 4/1.2/4.2.3 Method G 4/1.2/5 Regulatory and procedural considerations 4/1.2/5.1 For the band 399.9-400.05 MHz 4/1.2/5.1.1 Method A 4/1.2/5.1.2 Method B 4/1.2/5.1.3 Method C 4/1.2/5.1.4 Method D 4/1.2/5.2 For the band 401-403 MHz 4/1.2/5.2.1 Method E 4/1.2/5.2.2 Method F 4/1.2/5.2.3 Method G 4/1.2/5.3 For all Methods A, B, C, D, E, F and G Agenda item 1.3 4/1.3/1 Executive summary 4/1.3/2 Background 4/1.3/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 4/1.3/4 Methods to satisfy the agenda item 4/1.3/4.1 Method A NOC 4/1.3/4.2 Method B 4/1.3/4.3 Method C 4/1.3/5 Regulatory and procedural considerations 4/1.3/5.1 Method A 4/1.3/5.2 Method B 4/1.3/5.3 Method C Agenda item 1.7 4/1.7/1 Executive summary 4/1.7/2 Background 4/1.7/2.1 The mobile satellite service in the frequency band 406-406.1 MHz 4/1.7/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 4/1.7/3.1 Relevant ITU-R Recommendations and Reports 4/1.7/3.2 Results of the study of spectrum needs 4/1.7/3.3 Results of sharing or compatibility studies 4/1.7/3.3.1 Suitability of existing allocations to the space operation service in the frequency range below 1 GHz 4/1.7/3.3.2 Results of sharing and compatibility studies within the frequency range 150.05-174 MHz 4/1.7/3.3.2.1 150.05-153 MHz band – radio astronomy service (RAS) 4/1.7/3.3.2.2 150.05-174 MHz band (land mobile service) 4/1.7/3.3.2.3 154-156 MHz band (space surveillance radars) 4/1.7/3.3.2.4 156-162.0375 MHz band (GMDSS) 4/1.7/3.3.3 Results of sharing and compatibility studies within the frequency range 400.15-420 MHz 4/1.7/3.3.3.1 Results of sharing and compatibility studies within the frequency range 400.15-403 MHz 4/1.7/3.3.3.1.1 400.15-401 MHz band (SRS/MetSat) 4/1.7/3.3.3.1.2 401-402 MHz band (MetSat/EESS) 4/1.7/3.3.3.1.2.1 401-402 MHz band – MetSat/EESS (non-GSO SD satellite space-to-Earth direction) 4/1.7/3.3.3.1.2.2 401-402 MHz band – MetSat/EESS (non-GSO SD satellite Earth-to-space direction) 4/1.7/3.3.3.1.2.3 402-403 MHz (MetSat/EESS) 4/1.7/3.3.3.1.2.4 400.15-403 MHz band – MetAids (non-GSO SD satellite space-to-Earth and Earth-to-space directions) 4/1.7/3.3.3.1.2.5 402-403 MHz (MetSat/EESS) – Out-of-Band transmissions from non-GSO SD operations in 403-404 MHz 4/1.7/3.3.3.2 Results of sharing and compatibility studies within the frequency range 403-406 MHz 4/1.7/3.3.3.3 Results of sharing and compatibility studies within the frequency range 406-420 MHz 4/1.7/3.3.3.3.1 406-406.1 MHz band (mobile satellite service - COSPAS-SARSAT) 4/1.7/3.3.3.3.2 406.1-410 MHz band (LMS, FS, RAS) 4/1.7/3.3.3.3.3 410-420 MHz band (SRS, LMS, FS) 4/1.7/3.3.4 Summary of studies 4/1.7/4 Methods to satisfy the agenda item 4/1.7/4.1 Method A NOC 4/1.7/4.2 Method B 4/1.7/4.3 Method C 4/1.7/5 Regulatory and procedural considerations 4/1.7/5.1 Method A 4/1.7/5.2 Method B1 4/1.7/5.3 Method B2 4/1.7/5.4 Method C CHAPTER 5 - Maritime, aeronautical and amateur services Agenda item 1.1 5/1.1/1 Executive summary 5/1.1/2 Background 5/1.1/3 Summary and analysis of the results of ITU-R studies 5/1.1/3.1 Spectrum needs 5/1.1/3.2 Sharing with the broadcasting service in Region 1 5/1.1/3.3 Sharing between the amateur service and the land mobile service in Region 1 5/1.1/3.4 Sharing between the amateur service and the radiolocation service (wind profiler radars) 5/1.1/3.5 Relevant ITU-R Recommendations 5/1.1/3.6 Relevant ITU-R Reports 5/1.1/4 Methods to satisfy the agenda item 5/1.1/4.1 Method A 5/1.1/4.2 Method B1 5/1.1/4.3 Method B2 5/1.1/4.4 Method C 5/1.1/4.5 Method D 5/1.1/5 Regulatory and procedural considerations 5/1.1/5.1 For all Methods A, B1, B2, C, and D, suppression of Resolution 658 (WRC-15) 5/1.1/5.2 For Method A 5/1.1/5.3 For Method B1 5/1.1/5.4 For Method B2 5/1.1/5.5 For Method C 5/1.1/5.6 For Method D Agenda item 1.8 5/1.8/1 Executive summary 5/1.8/1.1 Resolution 359 (Rev.WRC-15), invites the 2019 World Radiocommunication Conference 1 5/1.8/1.2 Resolution 359 (Rev.WRC-15), invites the 2019 World Radiocommunication Conference 2 5/1.8/2 Background 5/1.8/2.1 Issue A: Global maritime distress and safety system modernization 5/1.8/2.2 Issue B: Introduction of additional satellite systems into the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (resolves to invite ITU-R 2) 5/1.8/3 Sum
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Because both of these methods rely on informa- tion that is only indirectly related to mortality, they are generally described as indirect estimation methods. (...) Data required for the Brass method This chapter discusses in detail the data required to estimate mortality in childhood by using the Brass method. (...) Rationale of the Brass method This chapter describes heuristically the theoretical underpinnings of the Brass method and explains why the method works even under conditions of changing mortal- ity.
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In order to evaluate a method prior to validation, information concerning both the method and the method testing is required, as detailed in Annex I. 14. (...) Protein-based methods typically consist of a quantitative or qualitative method. (...) The purpose of the method should be indicated in the method. The method should be fit for purpose for the intended use.
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Template Information CORSIA EMISSIONS MONITORING PLAN (EMP) CONTENTS 1 Version control of Emissions Monitoring Plan 2 Aeroplane operator identification and description of activities 3 Fleet and operations data 4 Methods and means for calculating emissions 4.1 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method A 4.2 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method B 4.3 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Block-off / Block-on 4.4 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Uplift 4.5 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Allocation with Block Hour 4.6 ICAO CORSIA CO2 Estimation and Reporting Tool (CERT) 5 Data management, data flow, control system, risk analysis and data gaps Template Information Template provided by: Version (publication date): Note: For the purpose of this template, international flight is defined as in Annex 16, Volume IV, Part II, Chapter 1, 1.1.2, and Chapter 2, 2.1. 1 EMP-Versions 1 VERSION CONTROL OF EMISSIONS MONITORING PLAN CONTENTS 1 Version control of Emissions Monitoring Plan 2 Aeroplane operator identification and description of activities 3 Fleet and operations data a) Version No. 4 Methods and means for calculating emissions Please enter version number of the current version. 4.1 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method A 4.2 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method B 4.3 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Block-off / Block-on 4.4 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Uplift b) Version control 4.5 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Allocation with Block Hour If necessary, please fill in the table. 4.6 ICAO CORSIA CO2 Estimation and Reporting Tool (CERT) Version No. (...) Should one option for all aeroplane types be used, simply enter "all". 4.1 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method A 4.2 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method B Option ICAO aircraft type designator / model 4.3 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Block-off / Block-on 4.4 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Uplift 1st Option for aeroplane operators which can clearly distinguish between fuel uplifts for international and domestic flights on a flight by flight basis. (...) This includes specifying the exact points in time for the two time measurements per flight necessary to calculate the Block Time. 4.1 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method A 4.2 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method B 4.3 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Block-off / Block-on 4.4 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Uplift 4.5 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Allocation with Block Hour 4.6 ICAO CORSIA CO2 Estimation and Reporting Tool (CERT) 5 Data management, data flow, control system, risk analysis and data gaps 0 5 Data Management 5.
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Template Information CORSIA EMISSIONS MONITORING PLAN (EMP) CONTENTS 1 Version control of Emissions Monitoring Plan 2 Aeroplane operator identification and description of activities 3 Fleet and operations data 4 Methods and means for calculating emissions 4.1 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method A 4.2 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method B 4.3 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Block-off / Block-on 4.4 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Uplift 4.5 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Allocation with Block Hour 4.6 ICAO CORSIA CO2 Estimation and Reporting Tool (CERT) 5 Data management, data flow, control system, risk analysis and data gaps Template Information Template provided by: Version (publication date): Note: For the purpose of this template, international flight is defined as in Annex 16, Volume IV, Part II, Chapter 1, 1.1.2, and Chapter 2, 2.1. 1 EMP-Versions 1 VERSION CONTROL OF EMISSIONS MONITORING PLAN CONTENTS 1 Version control of Emissions Monitoring Plan 2 Aeroplane operator identification and description of activities 3 Fleet and operations data a) Version No. 4 Methods and means for calculating emissions Please enter version number of the current version. 4.1 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method A 4.2 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method B 4.3 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Block-off / Block-on 4.4 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Uplift b) Version control 4.5 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Allocation with Block Hour If necessary, please fill in the table. 4.6 ICAO CORSIA CO2 Estimation and Reporting Tool (CERT) Version No. (...) Should one option for all aeroplane types be used, simply enter "all". 4.1 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method A 4.2 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method B Option ICAO aircraft type designator / model 4.3 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Block-off / Block-on 4.4 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Uplift 1st Option for aeroplane operators which can clearly distinguish between fuel uplifts for international and domestic flights on a flight by flight basis. (...) This includes specifying the exact points in time for the two time measurements per flight necessary to calculate the Block Time. 4.1 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method A 4.2 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Method B 4.3 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Block-off / Block-on 4.4 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Uplift 4.5 Fuel Use Monitoring Method: Fuel Allocation with Block Hour 4.6 ICAO CORSIA CO2 Estimation and Reporting Tool (CERT) 5 Data management, data flow, control system, risk analysis and data gaps 0 5 Data Management 5.
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A test plan is composed of one or more individual sequence(s) that is linked to a specific set of documents and user requirements. Stress method n Stress method 51 Stress method 4 Stress method 3 Stress method 2 Stress method 1 Evaluation method n Evaluation method 5 Evaluation method 4 Evaluation method 3 Evaluation method 2 Evaluation method 1 Set of Documents Set of Stress Methods Set of Evaluation Methods Set of Test Scenarios with individual sequences of method execution Figure 1: - Relationship Between Methods, Sequences and Test Plans Page 11 of 58 Durability of Machine Readable Passports Version: 3.2, TF4 Doc: N0232 Date: 2006-08-30 3 Guidance to the Tester 3.1 Number of Samples References are given to a single MRP. (...) Instructions and methods that describe how to measure the effect of these stresses are given in 6 Evaluation methods. (...) This method differs from the back pocket stress method by avoiding directly applied pressure.
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valid.PDF The Fitness for Purpose of Analytical Methods EURACHEM Guide i The Fitness for Purpose of Analytical Methods A Laboratory Guide to Method Validation and Related Topics This document has been developed by a EURACHEM Working Group from a draft originally produced by LGC. (...) Introduction 2 3. What is method validation? 3 4. Why is method validation necessary? (...) How should methods be validated? (a) Who carries out method validation?
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Chapter 4 - Transfer Pricing Methods (Traditional Methods) 1. Introduction This Chapter describes several transfer pricing methods that can be used to determine an arm’s length price and it describes how to apply these methods in practice. (...) Assuming an appropriate transfer pricing method is being applied, only if facts or functionalities change and those changes require a change in methods, is a change in methods envisaged.* 2. (...) If the CUP method cannot be applied, however, the next two traditional transaction methods to consider are the cost plus method and the resale price method.
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Its exact contents are -- a matter for local determination as it will depend on the service and network provider agreements -- being supported. -- A DIT METHOD Use is a specification provided by the subschema administrative authority to specify -- the METHOD types that may be used on entries of a particular object-class. DITMethodUse ::= SEQUENCE { objectClass OBJECT-CLASS .&id, methods [1] SET OF METHOD .&id } -- a) the objectClass component identifies the object-class to which the DIT METHOD Use applies; -- b) the methods component specifies types that shall be associated with the object-class whenever -- entries of that object-class are stored; -- The DITMethodUse definition for a particular object-class also applies to any subclass which may be -- subsequently defined. -- The METHOD-USE-RULE information object class is provided to facilitate the documentation of the -- DIT METHOD Use rules: METHOD-USE-RULE ::= CLASS { &objectClassType OBJECT-CLASS .&id UNIQUE , &Mandatory METHOD } WITH SYNTAX {OBJECT-CLASS TYPE &objectClassType METHODS &Mandatory } -- The METHOD-USE-RULE definition for a particular object-class also applies to any subclass -- which may be subsequently defined. -- method-use-rule securityUserInfoRule{ INTEGER :n} METHOD-USE-RULE ::= { OBJECT-CLASS TYPE id-oc-securityUserInfo METHODS { verifyCredentials | fillSecurityTokens { n } | conformCredentials } } -- object class -- The following object class could be used to store the necessary information about the user security. -- For each UPT user, an entry of the securityUserInfo object class may be created, subordinated to each -- entry of class uptUser. securityUserInfo OBJECT-CLASS ::= { MUST CONTAIN { securityFacilityId | secretKey | identifierList } MAY CONTAIN { bindLevelIfOK | currentList | failureCounter | lockSession | maxAttempts } ID id-oc-securityUserInfo } -- The object class SecurityUserInfo supports the method verifyCredentials tokensStock{ INTEGER :n} OBJECT-CLASS ::= { KIND abstract MUST CONTAIN { stockId | stock { n }} MAY CONTAIN { source | sizeOfRestocking } ID id-oc-tokensStock } -- This object class is used to represent a set of information that is common to all disposable tokens -- (stock identifier, source, and size of the set).
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Its exact contents are -- a matter for local determination as it will depend on the service and network provider agreements -- being supported. -- A DIT METHOD Use is a specification provided by the subschema administrative authority to specify -- the METHOD types that may be used on entries of a particular object-class. DITMethodUse ::= SEQUENCE { objectClass OBJECT-CLASS.&id, methods [1] SET OF METHOD.&id } -- a) the objectClass component identifies the object-class to which the DIT METHOD Use applies; -- b) the methods component specifies types that shall be associated with the object-class whenever -- entries of that object-class are stored; -- The DITMethodUse definition for a particular object-class also applies to any subclass which may be -- subsequently defined. -- The METHOD-USE-RULE information object class is provided to facilitate the documentation of the -- DIT METHOD Use rules: METHOD-USE-RULE ::= CLASS { &objectClassType OBJECT-CLASS.&id UNIQUE, &Mandatory METHOD }WITH SYNTAX {OBJECT-CLASS TYPE &objectClassType METHODS &Mandatory } -- The METHOD-USE-RULE definition for a particular object-class also applies to any subclass -- which may be subsequently defined. -- method-use-rule securityUserInfoRule{INTEGER:n} METHOD-USE-RULE ::= { OBJECT-CLASS TYPE id-oc-securityUserInfo METHODS {verifyCredentials | fillSecurityTokens{n} | conformCredentials} } -- object class -- The following object class could be used to store the necessary information about the user security. -- For each UPT user, an entry of the securityUserInfo object class may be created, subordinated to each -- entry of class uptUser. securityUserInfo OBJECT-CLASS ::= { MUST CONTAIN {securityFacilityId | secretKey | identifierList} MAY CONTAIN {bindLevelIfOK | currentList | failureCounter | lockSession | maxAttempts} ID id-oc-securityUserInfo } -- The object class SecurityUserInfo supports the method verifyCredentials tokensStock{INTEGER:n} OBJECT-CLASS ::= { KIND abstract MUST CONTAIN {stockId | stock{n}} MAY CONTAIN {source | sizeOfRestocking} ID id-oc-tokensStock } -- This object class is used to represent a set of information that is common to all disposable tokens -- (stock identifier, source, and size of the set).
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