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ERC/REC 14-02
Channel arrangement of FS for 6425-7125 MHz



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04-04-2002
ECC Report 003
Fixed service in Europe current use and future trends POST-2002
Fixed service in Europe current use and future trends POST-2002
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12-10-2002
ECC Report 019
Fixed Service for UMTS/IMT-2000 infrastructure
Guidance material for assessing the spectrum requirements on the Fixed Service to provide infrastructure to support the UMTS/IMT-2000 networks
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19-10-2006
ECC Report 091
Compatibility of ESV in the lower 6 GHz band
Compatibility of Earth Stations on board Vessels transmitting within the gaps in the CEPT Fixed Service channel plan for the lower 6 GHz band (5 925-6 425 MHz).

(Zip file includes Excel calculation sheet)
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08-05-2015
ECC/REC/(14)06
Implementation of P-P FS narrow channels in the guard bands and center gaps of 5925 to 6425 MHz and 6425 to 7125 MHz.
Implementation of Fixed Service Point-to-Point narrow channels (3.5 MHz, 1.75 MHz, 0.5 MHz, 0.25 MHz, 0.025 MHz) in the guard bands and center gaps of the lower 6 GHz (5925 to 6425 MHz) and upper 6 GHz (6425 to 7125 MHz) bands. Note! The previous version of ECC/REC/(14)06 can be seen in the ZIP file in the 'download' column The national implementation information with regard to the precise channel arrangements can be found in the EFIS database under http://www.efis.dk/views2/fixedservicerecommendations.jsp
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08-05-2015
ECC/REC/(14)06
Implementation of P-P FS narrow channels in the guard bands and center gaps of 5925 to 6425 MHz and 6425 to 7125 MHz.
Implementation of Fixed Service Point-to-Point narrow channels (3.5 MHz, 1.75 MHz, 0.5 MHz, 0.25 MHz, 0.025 MHz) in the guard bands and center gaps of the lower 6 GHz (5925 to 6425 MHz) and upper 6 GHz (6425 to 7125 MHz) bands. Note! The previous version of ECC/REC/(14)06 can be seen in the ZIP file in the 'download' column The national implementation information with regard to the precise channel arrangements can be found in the EFIS database under http://www.efis.dk/views2/fixedservicerecommendations.jsp
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03-02-2011
ECC Report 157
Spurious emissions of radars at 2.8, 5.6 and 9.0 GHz
The impact of spurious emissions of radars at 2.8, 5.6 and 9.0 GHz on other radiocommunication services/systems
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04-04-2012
ECC Report 173
Fixed Service in Europe
Fixed Service in Europe Current use and future trends post 2011

(Zip file includes Band-by-band-analysis)
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13-05-2014
ECC Report 215
Assessment of the technical feasibility of introducing very narrow channel spacing in some existing plans, in guard bands and center gaps of FWS channel arrangement at 6 GHz and 10 GHz
Assessment of the technical feasibility of introducing very narrow channel spacing in some existing plans, in guard bands and center gaps of FWS channel arrangement at 6 GHz and 10 GHz
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30-01-2015
ECC Report 228
Compatibility studies between ITS in the band 5855-5925 MHz and other systems in adjacent bands
Compatibility studies between Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in the band 5855-5925 MHz and other systems in adjacent bands
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08-05-2015
ECC Report 235
Assessment of the feasibility of the possible joint use, on a long term basis, of the adjacent bands 5925-6425/6425-7125 MHz for P-P links
Assessment of the feasibility of the possible joint use, on a long term basis, of the adjacent bands 5925-6425 MHz and 6425-7125 MHz for P-P links
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