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Portable Electronic Devices You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Safety / Air Navigation Bureau / OPS / Cabin Safety / Portable Electronic Devices ICAO Requirements related to Cabin Safety ICAO Cabin Safety Group (ICSG) Cabin Crew Competency-based Training and Assessment Cabin Safety Inspectors Cabin Safety Investigations COVID-19 Human Performance and Cabin Crew Dangerous Goods Safety of Infants and Children Safety Management in Cabin Operations Cabin Crew Fatigue Management Portable Electronic Devices Currently selected Minimum Cabin Crew Requirements Passenger Safety Cabin Electronic Flight Bags Trafficking in Persons Digital Learning Cabin Safety Library Links Contact Us Portable Electronic Devices   Resume Page Content ​ Expanded Use of Portable Electronic Devices   In response to queries from States and Industry, ICAO developed Guidelines for the Expanded Use of Portable Electronic Devices (Cir 340) in 2014. This circular provides guidance for States who wish to allow operators to transition to an expanded use of portable electronic devices (PEDs) by passengers during critical phases of flight.  
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Score: 1645004.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...rtable-Electronic-Devices.aspx
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Stubblefield) SUMMARY This working paper invites the DGP-WG to consider revising the passenger provision for spare lithium metal batteries associated with portable medical electronic devices. Action by the DGP-WG: The DGP-WG is invited to consider the proposed amendment as shown in the appendix to this working paper. 1. (...) International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER DGP-WG/16-WP/21 20/9/16 DGP-WG/16-WP/21 - 2 - 1.3 The spare lithium metal battery provision in Table 8-1 for portable medical electronic devices can be reasonably read to permit spare batteries without any portable medical electronic device accompanying the passenger in their baggage. Meanwhile, operators and screeners are unable to ascertain that these batteries are intended for the passenger’s portable medical electronic device. 1.4 In all practicality, the Table 8-1 provision for spare lithium metal batteries with a lithium content exceeding 2 grams but not exceeding 8 grams, was intended for a specific medical device application that would be limited to a small subset of passengers.
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Score: 1637790.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG16/DGPWG.16.WP.021.2.en.pdf
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ISSUES RAISED THROUGH CORRESPONDENCE 2.1 In addition to the discrepancy between the 2011-2012 Edition of the Technical Instructions where there was no distinction between medical devices containing lithium batteries in carry-on or checked baggage and the current edition where they are permitted in carry-on only, the following issues were raised: a) Why was operator approval for medical devices containing lithium batteries required when none was required for portable electronic devices? (...) c) Was sub-paragraph a) under the Restrictions column of Table 8-1 for portable medical electronic devices necessary (i.e. (...) Although it was recognized that these devices could be carried in accordance with the provision for portable electronic devices containing lithium batteries that appeared under the consumer article heading, a separate entry would be consistent with the way other articles, such as aerosols, were treated in that they were included under more than one heading.
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Score: 1621153.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2013/DGPWG.13.WP.025.2.en.pdf
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NOTE – See clause B.4 of [EN 50332-3] for additional information. 3.1.2 personal audio device [ITU-T H.870]: A portable device designed to be worn on the body or fit in the clothing pocket. (...) An additional consideration is that headphones and portable devices are not the only sources contributing towards user's exposure to sound. (...) This is an increasingly complex area as with the possibilities of portable handsets being directly linked with another portable device (e.g., Microsoft's 'Your Phone') and headsets being connected to either.
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Score: 1620353.5 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../tut/T-TUT-EHT-2022-MSW-E.docx
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HH17 Proportion of individuals using the Internet, by type of portable device and network used to access the Internet Definition This is the proportion of individuals who used the Internet using a portable device. (...) Access can be via a fixed or mobile network. A portable device can be a mobile phone, tablet or a portable computer (such as laptop, notebook, netbook). (...) WiFi) d. Other portable devices (e.g. portable games consoles, watches, e-book readers etc.)
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Score: 1613036.7 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...-IND-ITCMEAS-2014-C1-PDF-E.pdf
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Batteries for portable ICT devices   Español   |   Français     Home : ITU-T : ITU-T Technology Watch : Briefing Reports : Batteries for portable ICT devices       Access: Free Document Available languages and formats :   Click on the selected format and language to get the document     Format Size Posted English Word 415744 bytes 2010-01-29 Batteries for portable ICT devices PDF (acrobat) 185950 bytes 2010-01-29 Batteries for portable ICT devices   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2022 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page : Service Desk Updated : 2010/01/29  
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Score: 1611523.5 - https://www.itu.int/oth/T230100000E/en
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NOTE – See clause B.4 of [EN 50332-3] for additional information. 3.1.2 personal audio device [ITU-T H.870]: A portable device designed to be worn on the body or fit in the clothing pocket. (...) An additional consideration is that headphones and portable devices are not the only sources contributing towards user's exposure to sound. (...) This is an increasingly complex area as with the possibilities of portable handsets being directly linked with another portable device (e.g., Microsoft's 'Your Phone') and headsets being connected to either.
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Score: 1607073.7 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...b/tut/T-TUT-EHT-2022-PDF-E.pdf
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[1769-GEN]  Proposal L.test suites portable - Test suites for assessment of the External universal power adapter solutions for portable information and communication technology devices   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : SG 5 : Temporary Documents (Meeting 2016-10-10) : 1769-GEN Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [1769-GEN]  Proposal L.test suites portable - Test suites for assessment of the External universal power adapter solutions for portable information and communication technology devices Format Size Posted English Word   57469 bytes 2016-10-13 [1769-GEN] Revision 1 Word   56293 bytes 2016-10-12 [1769-GEN]    Document : ITU-T SG 5  (Study Period 2013)  Temporary Document  1769-GEN Title : Proposal L.test suites portable - Test suites for assessment of the External universal power adapter solutions for portable information and communication technology devices Date : 2016-10-12 Source : Editors AI/Question : Q13/5 Access : Restricted to TIES users  [ITU-T] Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2016-10-13  
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Score: 1602797.8 - https://www.itu.int/md/T13-SG0...161010-TD-GEN-1769/_page.print
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ITU Development Forum International Telecommunication Union ITU-R SG 1/WP 1B WORKSHOP: SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT ISSUES ON THE USE OF WHITE SPACES BY COGNITIVE RADIO SYSTEMS (Geneva, 20 January 2014) Allen Yang (FCC, USA) Overview of FCC’s New Rules for TV White Space Devices and database updates TV Bands Devices Background • 2002 – Notice of Inquiry in ET Docket 02-380 initiated in 2002 to consider operation of devices in TV White Spaces • 2004 – Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) in ET Docket 04-186 issued in 2004 • 2006 - First Report and Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rule Making • 2007-8 – Prototype Sensing Capability Testing and Reports • 2008 – Second Report and Order • 2010 – Second Memorandum Opinion and Order • 2011 – FCC approves first TVWS database administrator and devices Background • 2012 – Third Memorandum Opinion and Order : http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-12- 36A1.pdf - This action addressed the following issues raised in petitions for reconsideration: (1) the height above average terrain (HAAT) limit for TV bands devices; (2) out-of-band emission limits; (3) protection of wireless services on TV channel 52; (4) establishment of a new category of fixed indoor TV bands devices; and (5) the confidentiality of certain information in the TV bands database. http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-12-36A1.pdf http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-12-36A1.pdf 2 4 5 7 9 3 6 8 10 Non- Broadcast spectrum Non- Broadcast spectrum New York City Full Power TV Stations Philadelphia Full Power TV Stations Low Power TV White Space White Space White Space White Space Etc. Etc. • In any given TV market area, a number of channels are unassigned to avoid interference • Channels may also be assigned for low power TV & TV translators & 14 – 20 for land mobile service in 13 major cities • Also can be used for wireless microphones, broadcast auxiliary and offshore telephone service (Gulf of Mexico region only) • “White Spaces” are the channels that are “unused” at any given location Low Power TV Only for illustrative purposes Wireless Microphones Wireless Microphones TV White Spaces http://www.shopica.com/-41/product/erector_special_edition_set:_empire_state_building-417204/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Independence_Hall_belltower.jpg Overview of Rules • Provide for both fixed and personal/portable devices to operate in the TV white spaces on an unlicensed basis • Devices must include a geolocation capability and capability to access to a database of protected radio services • Devices provide their location to their database, which returns a list of channels on which they may operate (channel lists are specific to the location of the device) • Devices must complete the database access process before operating • Databases are established and administered by third parties; were selected through a public notice process that solicited interested parties Additional Provisions to Mitigate Interference Risk • Fixed devices must register their locations in the database • Fixed and personal/portable devices must provide identifying info to the database • Devices cannot transmit without checking database and must recheck periodically • All devices must include adaptable power control to use the minimum necessary power Certification Required • White space devices must be certificated • FCC Lab requests samples for testing • FCC will remove from the market any equipment causing harmful interference • FCC will require users to remedy any interference that may occur; responsible parties to correct compliance issues with devices Fixed Devices • May operate on channels 2 - 51, except 3, 4 and 37 • May not operate adjacent to an occupied TV channel • Location set by geolocation capability or professional installation • Device checks database for available channels Personal/Portable Devices • May operate on channels 21 - 51, except channel 37 • Location: See Modes 1 & 2 • Device must check database for permissible channels Mode 1: Portable device obtains location/channels from fixed device Mode 2: Portable device has its own geolocation/database access capability FCC Authorizes Nationwide use of TVWS • This action follows the launch of the Commission’s on-line registration system for large entertainment, sports, and similar venues where a significant number of unlicensed wireless microphones are used (unlicensed wireless microphone registration system). • The Commission’s rules permit unlicensed radio devices to transmit on white space in the spectrum bands used by the broadcast television service, i.e., 54-72 MHz, 76-88 MHz, 174-216 MHz, 470-608 MHz and 614-698 MHz. (...) FCC Authorizes Nationwide use of TVWS • This nationwide operating authority applies to those database systems that were already approved by the FCC, i.e., the systems of Spectrum Bridge, Inc. and iconectiv (formerly Telcordia Technologies, Inc.), as well as those subsequently approved by OET, which thus far include Google, Inc. and Key Bridge Global, LLC. • There are currently 10 authorized TV bands white space database administrators, four of which (as indicated above) are currently approved by OET to provide service to TV white space devices. More Information • http://www.fcc.gov/encyclopedia/white-space-database- administration http://www.fcc.gov/encyclopedia/white-space-database-administration http://www.fcc.gov/encyclopedia/white-space-database-administration Slide Number 1 TV Bands Devices Background Background TV White Spaces Overview of Rules Additional Provisions to Mitigate Interference Risk Certification Required Fixed Devices Personal/Portable Devices FCC Authorizes Nationwide use of TVWS FCC Authorizes Nationwide use of TVWS More Information
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Score: 1593563 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...20and%20database%20updates.pdf
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[1164-GEN]  Draft new Recommendation ITU-T L.1002 - External universal power adapter solutions for portable information and communication technology devices (ex L.UPA portable) - For consent   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : SG 5 : Temporary Documents (Meeting 2015-10-12) : 1164-GEN Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [1164-GEN]  Draft new Recommendation ITU-T L.1002 - External universal power adapter solutions for portable information and communication technology devices (ex L.UPA portable) - For consent Format Size Posted English Zip (Document)   948730 bytes 2015-10-23 [1164-GEN] Revision 4 Zip (Document)   883454 bytes 2015-10-22 [1164-GEN] Revision 3 Word   447650 bytes 2015-10-22 [1164-GEN] Revision 2 Word   472558 bytes 2015-10-14 [1164-GEN] Revision 1 Word   467701 bytes 2015-10-13 [1164-GEN]    Document : ITU-T SG 5  (Study Period 2013)  Temporary Document  1164-GEN Title : Draft new Recommendation ITU-T L.1002 - External universal power adapter solutions for portable information and communication technology devices (ex L.UPA portable) - For consent Date : 2015-10-13 Source : Rapporteur Q13/5 AI/Question : Q13/5 Access : Restricted to TIES users  [ITU-T] Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2015-10-23  
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Score: 1591123.5 - https://www.itu.int/md/T13-SG0...151012-TD-GEN-1164/_page.print
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