Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL)

Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL)

Status of Preparations for WRC-19 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Permanent Consultative Committee II [USG Presenter] Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Working Group - PCC.II Working Group for the Preparation of CITEL for Regional and World Radiocommunication Conferences Chair: Carmelo Rivera, United States ([email protected]) Vice-Chairs: Victor Martinez, Mexico ([email protected])

Martha Suarez, Colombia ([email protected]) 2 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) WRC Working Group Structure Sub WG Title Agenda items Coordinator SGT1 Mobile & Fixed

1.11, 1.12, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.16, 9.1 (Issues 9.1.1, 9.1.2, 9.1.5, 9.1.6, 9.1.8) Luciana CAMARGOS (Brazil) [email protected] SGT2B Radiolocation, Amateur, Maritime & Aeronautical Space Science 1.1, 1.8, 1.9, 1.10, 9.1 (Issue 9.1.4) 1.2, 1.3, 1.7 SGT3 Satellite Regulatory

1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 9.1 (Issue 9.1.9) 7, 9.1 (Issues 9.1.3, 9.1.7), 9.2 (satellite), 9.3 SGT2A SGT4 General Regulatory, Future Work 2, 4, 8, 9.2 (non-satellite), 10 & Other Jose COSTA (Canada) [email protected] Mike RAZI (Canada) [email protected] Thomas VonDEAK (USA) [email protected] Brandon MITCHELL (USA) [email protected] Chantal BEAUMIER

[email protected] Victor MARTINEZ (Mexico) victor.martin[email protected] Martha SUAREZ [email protected] 3 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) INTER AMERICAN PROPOSALS : DEFINITIONS PRELIMINARY VIEWS (PV): a Member States initial view of an Agenda Item, indicating its view of a future proposal or position. PRELIMINARY PROPOSAL (PP): Member State proposal that has yet to be supported by another Member State.

DRAFT INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSAL (DIAP): a Preliminary Proposal that has been supported by at least one other Member State, but not the number of Member States required for an Inter-American Proposal. INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSAL (IAP): a Member State(s) proposal supported by at least six Members States and not opposed by more than 50% of the number of supports obtained (i.e., 8 support, 4 oppose = IAP; 8 support, 5 or more oppose = not IAP. 4 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) WRC-19 Issues of Primary Interest to Aviation Agenda Item 1.10 Global Aeronautical Distress and Safety System (GADSS) Preliminary View Agenda Item Issue 9.1.4 Stations on Board SybOrbital Vehicles Preliminary View

Agenda Item 1.8 Introduction of Additional Satellite Systems into the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) Preliminary Proposal 5 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.10: GADSS Preliminary Views Brazil, Canada, United States of America The quantification and characterization of the radiocommunications requirements for both the terrestrial and satellite components of GADSS are the responsibility of ICAO; Based on those requirements, relevant studies should be conducted in the ITU-R to review existing regulatory provisions and determine if 6

Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Issue 9.1.4: Stations on board sub-orbital vehicles Preliminary Views Canada & United States of America To support studies called for by Resolution 763 (WRC-15), noting that those studies need to be completed during this study cycle. Based on the outcome of those studies, consider a possible future agenda item for WRC-23. Canada Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) 7 Agenda Item 1.8: GMDSS additional satellite systems (1 of 9) Preliminary Proposal Canada

MOD CAN/1.8/1 Article 5 Section IV Table of Frequency Allocations 1610-1613.8 MHz Regions 1, 2 and 3 MOD 5.368 1613.8-1626.5 MHz Regions 1, 2 and 3 MOD 5.364 and 5.368 Reasons: To reference proposed modification to 5.364 and 5.368 to support the introduction of an additional satellite system into the GMDSS in accordance with Resolution 359 (Rev.WRC-15). 8 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.8: GMDSS additional satellite systems (2 of 9) Preliminary Proposal United States of America MOD USA/1.8/2 Article 5 Section IV Table of Frequency Allocations 1610-1626.5 MHz Regions 1, 2 and 3 MOD 5.368 Reasons: To reference new No. 5.GMDSS identifying the 1616-1626.5 MHz band to

support the introduction of an additional satellite system into the GMDSS in accordance with Resolution 359 (Rev.WRC-15). 9 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.8: GMDSS additional satellite systems (3 of 9) Preliminary Proposal United States of America ADD USA/1.8/3 Article 5 Section IV Table of Frequency Allocations 1613.8-1626.5 MHz Regions 1, 2 and 3 ADD 5.GMDSS 5.GMDSS The band 1616-1626.5 MHz may also be used for the provision of distress, urgency, and safety communications of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS). (See Table 15-2 of Appendix 15, No. 33.50 and No. 33.53 of Article 33). Reasons: To identify the band 1616-1626.5 MHz as being available for the provision of GMDSS by mobile-satellite service systems.

10 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.8: GMDSS additional satellite systems (4 of 9) Preliminary Proposal Canada MOD CAN/1.8/4 5.364 The use of the band 1 610-1 626.5 MHz by the mobile-satellite service (Earth-to-space) and by the radiodetermination-satellite service (Earthtospace) is subject to coordination under No.totospace) is subject to coordination under No.space) is subject to coordination under No. 9.11A. A mobile earth station operating in either of the services in this band shall not produce a peak e.i.r.p. density in excess of tospace) is subject to coordination under No.15 dB(W/4 kHz) in the part of the band used by systems operating in accordance with the provisions of No. 5.366 (to which No. 4.10 applies), unless otherwise agreed by the affected administrations. In the part of the band where such systems are not operating, the mean e.i.r.p. density of a mobile earth station shall not exceed 3 dB(W/4 kHz). Except when used for distress and safety purposes in the band 1 616-1 626.5 MHz by satellite networks in the maritime mobile-satellite service using the same channel in the Earthtospace) is subject to coordination under No.totospace) is subject to coordination under No.space and space-to-Earth directions, sStations of the mobile-satellite service shall not claim protection from stations in the aeronautical radionavigation service, stations operating in accordance with the provisions of No. 5.366 and stations in the fixed service operating in accordance with the provisions of

No. 5.359. Administrations responsible for the coordination of mobile-satellite networks shall make all practicable efforts to ensure protection of stations operating in accordance with the provisions of No. 5.366. (WRC-19) Reasons: To provide adequate protection for GMDSS operations in this band 11 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.8: GMDSS additional satellite systems (5 of 9) Preliminary Proposal United States of America MOD USA/1.8/5 APPENDIX 15 (REV. WRC-19) 5.368 With respect to the radiodetermination-satellite service and the mobile-satellite services the provisions of No. 4.10 do not apply in the band 1 610-1626.5 MHz MHz, with the exception of the aeronautical radionavigation-satellite service and aeronautical mobile-satellite (route) service in the band 1610-1626.5 MHz, and the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System in the band 1616-1626.5 MHz. (WRC-19)

Reasons: To recognize that in the necessary parts of the frequency band 1 610-1 626.5 MHz the mobile-satellite service is used for the provision of aeronautical and maritime safety services. Consequently, No. 4.10 would apply to these safety services within the appropriate frequency bands. 12 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.8: GMDSS additional satellite systems (6 of 9) Preliminary Proposal Canada, United States of America MOD PP/1.8/6 33.50 26Maritime safety information may be transmitted via satellite in the maritime mobile-satellite service using the bands 1 530-1 545 MHz and 1 616-1 626.5 MHz. (see Appendix 15). (WRCtospace) is subject to coordination under No.19) Reasons: To include the necessary parts of the frequency band 1 610-1 626.5 MHz as being available for transmitting maritime safety information via satellite. 13 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL)

Agenda Item 1.8: GMDSS additional satellite systems (7 of 9) Preliminary Proposal Canada, United States of America MOD PP/1.8/7 33.53 28 Radiocommunications for safety purposes concerning ship reporting communications, communications relating to the navigation, movements and needs of ships and weather observation messages may be conducted on any appropriate communications frequency, including those used for public correspondence. In terrestrial systems, the bands 415-535 kHz (see Article 52), 1 606.5-4 000 kHz (see Article 52), 4 000-27 500 kHz (see Appendix 17), and 156tospace) is subject to coordination under No.174 MHz (see Appendix 18) are used for this function. In the maritime mobile-satellite service, frequencies in the bands 1 530-1 544 MHz, 1616-1626.5 MHz, and 1 626.5-1 645.5 MHz are used for this function as well as for distress alerting purposes (see No. 32.2). (WRCtospace) is subject to coordination under No.0719) Reason: To apply No. 33.53 to the necessary parts of the frequency band 1 610-1 626.5 MHz for use by mobile-satellite service systems approved by the International Maritime Organization to participate in the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System. 14 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL)

Agenda Item 1.8: GMDSS additional satellite systems (8 of 9) Preliminary Proposal United States of America MOD PP/1.8/8 APPENDIX 15 (REV. WRC-19) 1616-1626.5 SAT-COM In addition to its availability for routine non-safety purposes, the band 1 616tospace) is subject to coordination under No.1 626.5 MHz is used for distress and safety purposes in the Earth-to-space and space-to-Earth directions in the maritime mobilesatellite service. GMDSS distress, urgency and safety communications have priority over non-safety communications within a satellite system (see No. 5.GMDSS). Reason: To add the band 1618.725-1626.5 MHz as being available for distress and safety communications for the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS). 15

Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.8: GMDSS additional satellite systems (9 of 9) Preliminary Proposal Canada MOD PP/1.8/9 APPENDIX 15 (REV. WRC-1519) TABLE 15-2 (WRC-1519) 1616-1626.5 SAT-COM In addition to its availability for routine non-safety purposes, the band 1 616tospace) is subject to coordination under No.1 626.5 MHz is used for distress and safety purposes in the Earth-to-space and space-to-Earth directions in the maritime mobilesatellite service solely by satellite networks using the same channel in both directions. GMDSS distress, urgency and safety communications have priority over non-safety communications within a satellite system. Reason: To add the necessary parts of the frequency band 1 610-1 626.5 MHz to

Appendix 15 as being available for distress and safety communications for the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS). 16 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Other Agenda Items Inter-American Proposals: 1.1, 1.11, 9.1.2, 9.1.3, 9.1.8 Draft Inter-American Proposals: 1.12, 7 Issues C1, C5, D, G Preliminary Proposals: 1.16, 7 Issue E, 9.1.7 Preliminary Views: 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.9.1, 1.9.2, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.16, 2, 4, 7 Issues A, C3, C5, C6, D, E, G 17 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSALS (IAP) INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSAL (IAP): DIAP for which the PCC II has ended its consideration and discussion, has been supported by at least six Members States

and is not opposed by more than 50% of the number of supports obtained. 18 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.1: Consideration of the band 50-54 MHz to the amateur service in Region 1 IAP Support: Argentina, Brazil, Bahamas, Canada, Colombia, [Paraguay], [United States of America], Uruguay NOC (for Region 2) IAP/1.1/1 Reasons: WRC-19 agenda item 1.1 is a Region 1 issue. Any changes made to the Radio Regulations under WRC-19 agenda item 1.1 must not impact the existing allocation to the Amateur Service in 50-54 MHz in Region 2, nor subject Region 2 to any changed procedural or regulatory provisions.

Coordinator : Flvio A. B. Archangelo (B) [email protected] Alt. Coordinator: Jonathan Siverling (USA) [email protected] 19 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.11: Railway Train and Trackside IAP

Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, United States of America, Uruguay NOC IAP/1.11/1 Radio Regulations Volumes 1 & 2 Reason: The United States and Canada believe it is unnecessary to identify spectrum specifically for railway radiocommunication systems. Regional and global harmonization can be satisfied by developing applicable ITU-R Reports and Recommendations. Therefore, no change to the Radio Regulations or regulatory action is required under this agenda item. Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, United States of America, Uruguay SUP IAP/1.11/2 RESOLUTION 236 (WRC-15) Railway radiocommunication systems between train and trackside Reasons: The studies towards regional and global harmonization can be satisfied through ITU-R Recommendations and Reports. Issue Coordinator :David TEJEDA (Mexico) [email protected] 20 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL)

Issue 9.1.2: Compatibility of IMT and broadcasting-satellite service (sound) in the frequency band 1 452-1 492 MHz in Regions 1 and 3 IAP Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Ecuador, United States of America, Guatemala, Uruguay NOC IAP/9.1.2/1 Article 5 Section IV Table of Frequency Allocations Reasons: WRC-19 issue 9.1.2 is limited to technical and regulatory studies of the mobile 21 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Issue 9.1.3: technical and operational issues and regulatory provisions for new NGSO systems in the 3 700-4 200 MHz, 4 500-4 800 MHz, 5 925-6 425 MHz and 6 725-7 025 MHz bands allocated to FSS

IAP NOC NOC SUP Brazil, Canada, Guatemala, Nicaragua, United States, Uruguay ITU-R studies show that it would be very difficult to operate a non-GSO circular-orbit system for the purposes of a global broadband network in the 6/4 GHz frequency bands. Therefore, CITEL administrations support no revision to Article 21, Table 21-4 for non-GSO FSS satellites in the frequency band 3700-4200 MHz (space-to-Earth) and no modifications to Article 22 epfd limits applicable to non-GSO systems in the bands 3700-4200 MHz (space-to-Earth) and 5925-6425 MHz (Earth-to-Space). Similarly, CITEL administrations propose no change to the bands 45004800 MHz (space-to-Earth) and 6725-7025 MHz (Earth-to-space).

IAP/9.1/9.1.3/1 ARTICLE 21 IAP/9.1/9.1.3/2 ARTICLE 22 IAP/9.1/9.1.3/3 RESOLUTION 157 (WRC-15) Issue Coordinator: [Hugo Mario Trivino (CLM) [email protected] ] [Manoel Almeida (B) [email protected] ] Alt Issue Coordinator: Marcella Ost (Canada) [email protected] 22 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Issue 9.1.8: Narrowband and broadband machine-type communication infrastructures (1 of 2) IAP Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador,

Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, United States of America, Uruguay NOC IAP/9.1 Issue 9.1.8/1 Radio Regulations Volumes 1 & 2 Reasons: Analysis of the current and future spectrum use for narrowband and broadband machine type communications (MTC), also 23 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Issue 9.1.8: Narrowband and broadband machine-type communication infrastructures (2 of 2) IAP

Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, United States of America, Uruguay SUP IAP/9.1 Issue 9.1.8/2 ANNEX TO RESOLUTION 958 (WRC-15) Urgent studies required in preparation for the 2019 World Radiocommunication Conference 3) Studies on 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 (ITUR) scope of work. Reasons: Analysis of the current and future spectrum use for narrowband and broadband machine type communications (MTC), also known as machine-to-machine (M2M) or Internet of Things (IoT), concluded that there is no need to identify specific spectrum for those applications. Therefore, no change to the Radio Regulations or regulatory action is required. No changes also apply to RR Volume 3, apart from the suppression proposed to parts of Resolution 958 (WRC-15).

Issue Coordinator: Sergio Marquez (Mexico) [email protected] 24 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Alt. Issue Coordinator: Jayne Stancavage (USA) [email protected] PRELIMINARY PROPOSALS (PP) PRELIMINARY PROPOSAL (PP): aMember State proposal that has yet to be supported by another Member State. 25 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item: 1.16 WAS/RLANs in 5 GHz

Preliminary Proposal Canada NOC CAN/1.16/1 Article 5 Section IV Table of Frequency Allocations Reasons: No change to the Table of Frequency Allocations in the band 5 350-5 470 MHz as further study of currently available 26 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86

Satellite network regulatory procedures ISSUE E: Harmonization of RR Appendix 30B with RR Appendices 30 and 30A Preliminary Proposal United States of America NOC USA/7/E/1 APPENDIX 30B (REV. WRC-15) Reason: With respect to provision ( 4.1.24) of Appendices 30 and 30A for Regions 1 and 3: 4.1.24 No assignment in the List shall have a period of operation exceeding 15 years, counted from the date of bringing into use, or 2 June 2000, whichever is later. Upon request by the responsible administration received by the Bureau at the latest three years before the expiry of this period, this period may be extended by up to 15 years, on condition that all the characteristics of the assignment remain unchanged. This provision is limited to satellite networks serving Regions 1 and 3 only and there is no such provision in RR AP30/30A for networks serving Region 2. Therefore, any changes to RR AP30B should not be applicable to Region 2. Moreover, there is no linkage between RR AP30/30A, which was created for the broadcasting-satellite service, and RR AP30B, which was created for the fixed-satellite service. Each of these appendices have its own set of conditions and procedures. Consequently, there is no need for harmonization amongst those plans. Those plans were established for two different satellite services for different purposes. 27

Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Issue 9.1.7: Unauthorized operation of earth station terminals Preliminary Proposal United States of America NOC United States of America/9.1/9.1.7/1 Radio Regulations (WRC-15) Volumes 1 & 2

United States of America SUP United States of America/9/1/9.1.7/2 ANNEX TO RESOLUTION 958 (WRC-15) No. 2 Urgent studies required in preparation for the 2019 World Radiocommunication Conference Reasons: Earth station licensing and related issues are national matters and no changes to the Radio Regulations are necessary as Article 18 sufficiently addresses the required international regulatory measures. Instead, better training and monitoring capability, along with ITU developed reports and handbooks, can assist administrations in inhibiting the use of unauthorized uplink earth terminals and can enable administrations to locate and terminate the unauthorized transmissions. Issue Coordinator: Hugo Mario TRIVIO (Colombia) [email protected] 28 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL)

DRAFT INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSALS (DIAP) DRAFT INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSAL (DIAP): PP that has been supported by at least one other Member State. 29 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.12: ITS Harmonization DIAP

Canada, United States of America NOC DIAP/1.12/1 Radio Regulations Volumes 1 & 2 Reason: It is unnecessary to identify spectrum specifically for Intelligent Transport Systems. Regional and global harmonization can be satisfied by developing applicable ITU-R Reports and Recommendations. Therefore, no change to the Radio Regulations or regulatory action is required under this agenda item. Canada, United States of America SUP DIAP/1.12/2 RESOLUTION 237 (WRC-15) Intelligent Transport Systems applications Issue Coordinator: TBD Argentina Alt Issue Coordinator : Francisco Soares (B) [email protected] 30 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86

Satellite network regulatory procedures DIAP ISSUE C1 Brazil, Canada MOD DIAP/7/C1/1 APPENDIX 30B (REV. WRC-15) ARTICLE 8 (REV. WRC-15) 8.13A notice of a change in the characteristics of an assignment already recorded, as specified in Appendix 4, shall be examined by the Bureau under 8.8 and 8.9, as appropriate. Any changes to the characteristics of an assignment that has been recordednotified and confirmed as having been brought into use shall be brought into use within eight years from the date of the notification of the modification. Any changes to the characteristics of an assignment that has been recordednotified but not yet brought into use shall be brought into use within the period provided for in 6.1, 6.31 or 6.31bis of Article 6. (WRCtospace) is subject to coordination under No.192) Reasons: Modifications are required to align No. 11.43A and 8.13 of Article 8 in Appendix 30B. 31 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86

Satellite network regulatory procedures DIAP ISSUE C5 Brazil, Canada MOD DIAP/7/C5/1 11.46 In applying the provisions of this Article, any resubmitted notice which is received by the Bureau more than six months after the date on which the original notice was returned by the Bureau shall be considered to be a new notification with a new date of receipt. ADD X For frequency assignments to a space station, should the new date of receipt of such a notice not comply with the period specified in No. 11.44.1 or No. 11.43A, as appropriate, the notice shall be returned to the notifying administration in the case of No. 11.44.1, and the notice shall be examined as a new notice of a change in the characteristics of an assignment already recorded with a new date of receipt in the case of No. 11.43A. (WRCtospace) is subject to coordination under No.07) Reasons: To include a reference to a footnote provision requiring the Bureau to send a reminder 2 months prior to the end of the six-month period referred to in No. 11.46. 32 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86

Satellite network regulatory procedures DIAP ISSUE C5 Brazil, Canada ADD DIAP/7/C5/2 X. 11.46.1 If the notifying administration does not resubmit its notice within four months from the date on which the original notice was returned by the Bureau, the Bureau shall issue a reminder. Reasons: To implement the requirement for reminders during the sixmonth period and reduce the risk of a resubmission beyond the end 6-month period referred to in No. 11.46. 33 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86 Satellite network regulatory procedures DIAP ISSUE D

Brazil, Canada MOD DIAP/7/D/1 Article 9 Section II Sub-Section IIA 9.36.1 In the case of coordination under Nos. 9.12, 9.12A and 9.13, as appropriate, the Bureau shall also identify the satellite networks or systems with which coordination may need to be effected. The list of administrations identified by the Bureau under Nos. 9.11 to 9.14 and 9.21, and the list of satellite networks or systems identified by the Bureau under Nos. 9.12, 9.12A and 9.13 are is only for information purposes, to help administrations comply with this procedure. (WRC-19) Reasons: This modification is required in order to have the list of potentially affected satellite networks or systems published in addition to the list of administrations 34 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86 Satellite network regulatory procedures DIAP ISSUE D Brazil, Canada MOD DIAP/7/D/2 Article 9 Section II Sub-Section IIA

9.52C For coordination requests under Nos. 9.11 to 9.14 and 9.21, an administration not responding under No. 9.52 within the same fourtospace) is subject to coordination under No.month period shall be regarded as unaffected and, in the cases of Nos. 9.11 to 9.14, the provisions of Nos. 9.48 and 9.49 shall apply. Furthermore, for coordination under Nos. 9.12, 9.12A and 9.13, any satellite networks or systems identified under No. 9.36.1 but not referred to in the response provided by administrations under No. 9.52 within the same four-month period shall be regarded as unaffected and the provisions of Nos. 9.48 and 9.49 shall also apply. (WRC-19) Reasons: This modification is required to indicate the consequence for not identifying satellite networks or systems in the response provided under No. 9.52. 35 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86 Satellite network regulatory procedures DIAP ISSUE D Brazil, Canada MOD DIAP/7/D/4

Article 9 Section II Sub-Section IIA 9.53A Upon expiry of the deadline for comments in respect of a coordination request under Nos. 9.11 to 9.14 and 9.21, the Bureau shall, according to its records, publish a Special Section, indicating the list of administrations having submitted their disagreement and the list of satellite networks or systems upon which their disagreement is based, as appropriate, or other comments within the regulatory deadline. (WRCtospace) is subject to coordination under No.192000) Reasons: This modification is required in order to have the definitive list of affected satellite networks or systems published in addition to the list of administrations. 36 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86 Satellite network regulatory procedures DIAP ISSUE G Brazil, United States of America NOC DIAP/7/G/1

APPENDIX 30 (REV. WRC-15) ARTICLE 4 (REV. WRC-15) Reasons: With the reactions of RRB-70 in mind, it is better to clarify the desired actions in the Radio Regulations rather than suggesting words in the minutes of a WRC-19 Plenary. However, there are notable differences between the application of the procedures 4.2.21A for the Region 2 BSS and feeder-link Plans and the application of 4.1.18 for the Regions 1 and 3 List, therefore NOC is needed for Region 2. For example, for Regions 1 and 3, 4.1.18 may be applied to Regions 1 and 3 List assignments or pending List modifications or terrestrial or FSS assignments, while in Region 2, 4.2.21A is applied in a much more limited fashion, solely to terrestrial or FSS or unplanned BSS assignments. 37 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) PRELIMINARY VIEWS (PV) PRELIMINARY VIEWS (PV): a Member States initial view of an Agenda Item,

indicating its view of a future proposal or position. 38 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.2: to consider in-band power limits for earth stations operating in the mobile-satellite service, meteorologicalsatellite service and Earth exploration-satellite service in the frequency bands 401-403 MHz and 399.9-400.05 MHz Preliminary Views Canada, United States of America To support conducting and completing the necessary technical, operational, and regulatory studies on the possibility of establishing in-band power limits for earth stations in the EESS and MetSat service in the frequency band 401-403 MHz and the MSS in the frequency band 399.9-400.05 MHz. Issue Coordinator: Alfredo Mistichelli (USA) [email protected] 39 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL)

Agenda Item 1.3: Possible upgrading met satellite service (space-to-Earth) to primary status and a possible primary allocation to the EESS (space-to-Earth) in the band 460-470 MHz United States of America The United States supports conducting and completing sharing and compatibility studies with the co-primary fixed and mobile services, including IMT systems. These studies would determine the feasibility of potentially upgrading the MetSat (space-to-Earth) 40 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.4: Review, and revise if necessary, the limitations mentioned in Annex 7 to Appendix 30 Preliminary Views

Canada, United States of America With respect to Agenda Item 1.4, the United States and Canada support the studies in accordance with Resolution 557 (WRC-15). Based upon successful conclusion of these activities, the United States and Canada support the review and revision, as necessary, of the limitations of Annex 7 to Appendix 30 Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) (Rev.WRC12), 12), whileInter-American ensuring the protection of 41 Agenda Item 1.5: ESIM Preliminary Views

Canada Canada supports studies under the terms of Resolution 158 (WRC-15). Studies are necessary to determine compatibility of ESIMs with services allocated in the frequency bands 17.7-19.7 GHz and 27.5-29.5 GHz. Sharing and compatibility studies between ESIM and FSS networks should include consideration of both geostationary and non-geostationary satellite systems, including non-GSO MSS feeder links, to ensure their protection. Brazil, United States of America Support studies under the terms of Resolution 158 (WRC-15) on sharing and compatibility between ESIMs and current and planned stations of existing services allocated in the frequency bands 17.7-19.7 GHz and 27.5-29.5 GHz, while ensuring protection and not imposing undue constraints on these allocated services, and to take appropriate action based

on the results of these studies. Before identifying use of the frequency bands, or portions thereof, for ESIM operation, studies should address each operational type of earth stations in motion to include the appropriate technical and regulatory provisions necessary to ensure protection of existing and planned allocated services. Issue Coordinator: TBD [USA] Alt. Coordinator: Gustavo Vargas, (CLM) [email protected] Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.6 : to consider regulatory framework for non-GSO FSS satellite systems that may operate in the frequency bands 37.5-39.5 GHz (space-to-Earth), 39.5 42.5 GHz (space-to-Earth), 47.2-50.2 GHz (Earth-tospace) and 50.4-51.4 GHz (Earth-to-space), (1 of 2) Preliminary Views Canada Canada supports the studies under Resolution 159 (WRC-15) to develop a regulatory framework for new non-GSO FSS satellite systems. For the band 36-37 GHz: Canada is of the view that based on the results of studies, EESS (passive) systems operating in the 36- 37 GHz band and non-GSO FSS systems are compatible and no regulatory measures are required to address the compatibility between these two services. For the band 50.2-50.4 GHz: Canada is of the view that based on the results of studies,

mitigation techniques and/or regulatory measures may be required to ensure compatibility between EESS (passive) systems operating in the band 50.2-50.4 GHz and non-GSO FSS systems. Canada is of the view that the use of the bands 37.5-39.5 GHz (space-to-Earth), 39.542.5 GHz (space-to-Earth), 47.2-50.2 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 50.4-51.4 GHz (Earth-tospace) by non-GSO FSS systems should be subject to coordination procedures under No. 43 9.12. Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.6 : to consider regulatory framework for non-GSO FSS satellite systems that may operate in the frequency bands 37.5-39.5 GHz (space-to-Earth), 39.5 42.5 GHz (space-to-Earth), 47.2-50.2 GHz (Earth-tospace) and 50.4-51.4 GHz (Earth-to-space), (2 of 2) Preliminary Views United States of America The United States supports studies under WRC-19 Agenda Item 1.6 regarding the development of a regulatory framework for non-GSO satellite systems in the existing FSS allocations in the 37.5-39.5 GHz (space-to-Earth), 39.5-42.5 GHz (space-to-Earth), 47.2-50.2 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 50.4-51.4 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands under the terms of Resolution 159 (WRC15) and to take appropriate action based on the results of these studies. Issue Coordinator: Marcella Ost (Canada) [email protected] Alt. Coordinator: Carolina Daza (CLM) [email protected]

44 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.7: Non-GSO satellites with short duration missions (1 of 2) Preliminary view Canada, United States of America These administrations support completing sharing and compatibility studies between NGSO satellites with short duration missions and the incumbent services with respect to invites ITU-R 1, 2, and 3 of Resolution 659 (WRC-15), and supports that frequency bands below 1 GHz should be considered for allocation changes only if agreed ITU-R studies demonstrate sharing feasibility. The frequency ranges described for consideration under invites ITU-R 3 overlap with allocations to critical global maritime distress and safety service (GMDSS) frequencies, identified in RR Appendix 15, and centered at 156.3 MHz, 156.525 MHz, 156.65 MHz, 156.8 MHz, 161.975 MHz, and 162.025 MHz, as well as frequencies used for the safety of life COSPAS/SARSAT system in the band 406-406.1 MHz. Therefore, these administrations are of the view that CPM text must exclude the GMDSS frequency bands stated above, the COSPAS-SARSAT frequency range 406-406.1 MHz and the 100 kHz adjacent bands above and below the COSPAS-SARSAT frequency range (Res. 205 (WRC-15)) from consideration for possible new allocations or an upgrade of the existing allocations to the

space operation service. Additionally, the frequency ranges for fixed and land mobile (162.0375173.2 MHz, 173.4-174 MHz, and 406.1-420.0 MHz), meteorological satellite (400.15-403 MHz), earth exploration satellite service (401-403 MHz) and meteorological aids (400.15-406 MHz) services are heavily used, and usage of the existing allocations is expected to increase in the future. These factors must be considered in any sharing and compatibility studies under this agenda item. 45 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.7: Non-GSO satellites with short duration missions (2 of 2) Preliminary view Canada, United States of America These administrations are of the view that a single spacecraft with a lifetime of less than typically three years, where the operator does not launch replenishment or replacement spacecraft is a short duration mission. The operation of multiple spacecraft simultaneously can qualify as short duration if all spacecraft have lifetimes less than typically three years and therefore the frequency and orbital characteristics and capabilities exist for less than 3 years i.e., no replenishment/replacement. The case of a single (or multiple) spacecraft with a lifetime of less than typically three years, where the operator launches a single (or multiple) replenishment/replacement spacecraft(s) such that the operator has persistent frequency and orbital characteristics and capabilities

longer than typically three years, is not considered a short duration mission. Issue Coordinator: Carlos Flores (USA) [email protected] Alt. Coordinator: Nicholas LaFlamme (CAN) - [email protected] 46 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.9.1: Maritime autonomous devices Preliminary Views United States of America The United States supports the ITU-R studies prescribed in Resolution 362 (WRC-15) and these studies should also take into account the protection of the GMDSS and AIS. Issue Coordinator: Robert Denny (USA) [email protected] Alt Coordinator: Waldon Russell (BAH) [email protected] 47

Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.9.2: Satellite VDES Preliminary Views Canada Noting that the proposed alternatives are being discussed, Canada believes that other alternative channel plans must be explored. In order to establish a comprehensive VDES channel plan for all VDES components, Autonomous Maritime Radio Devices (AMRDs) operating within the same frequency band must also be taken into account. These devices may use AIS technology; digital selective calling (DSC) technology; or transmit synthetic voice messages. Combinations of these technologies can be found in equipment already available on the market. AMRDs are being addressed under Agenda Item 1.9.1. In view of this, VDES channel plans should take into account frequencies for AMRDs.

United States of America The United States supports the ITU-R studies prescribed in Resolution 360 (Rev. WRC-15) and these studies should also take into account the protection of existing terrestrial services which operate in these and adjacent frequency bands. Issue Coordinator: Robert Denny (USA) [email protected] Alt Coordinator: Waldon Russell (BAH) [email protected] 48 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.13: IMT in the frequency range 24.25 GHz to 86 GHz (1 of 5) Preliminary Views Brazil

Agenda Item 1.13 is key to the future development of IMT systems for the delivery of IMT-2020 services. The aim of IMT-2020 is to create a more hyper connected society by more comprehensively, and intelligently, integrating LTE, Wi-Fi and cellular IoT technologies, together with at least one new IMT-2020 radio interface. This will allow mobile networks to dynamically allocate resources to support the varying needs of a diverse set of connections ranging from industrial machinery in factories, to automated vehicles as well as smartphones. A central component in the evolution of all mobile technology generations has been the use of increasingly wide frequency bands to support higher speeds and larger amounts of traffic. IMT-2020 is no different, ultra-fast IMT-2020 services will require large amounts of spectrum including above 24 GHz where wide bandwidths are more readily available. Spectrum above 24 GHz is well recognized worldwide as being the key component for the data intensive IMT-2020 services. Without them, IMT-2020 wont be able to deliver significantly faster data speeds or support projected extensive mobile traffic growth. With that in mind, we support appropriate sharing and compatibility studies under Agenda Item 1.13 in the bands 24.25-27.5 GHz, 31.8-33.4 GHz, 37-43.5 GHz, 45.5-50.2 GHz, 50.4-52.6 GHz, 66-76 GHz and 81-86 GHz. Such studies should consider that the significant extra capacity of IMT-2020 systems will need to be perfectly integrated with heterogenous networks, including fibre, satellite and microwave systems, taking 49

into account their specific benefits which are crucial to developing countries. Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.13: IMT in the frequency range 24.25 GHz to 86 GHz (Continued 2 of 5) Preliminary Views Canada Canada supports and is participating in the studies under WRC-19 agenda item 1.13, taking place in ITU-R TG 5/1, in the following frequency bands: 24.25-27.5 GHz, 37-40.5 GHz, 42.5-43.5 GHz, 45.5-47 GHz, 47.2-50.2 GHz, 50.4-52.6 GHz, 66-76 GHz and 81-86 GHz, which have allocations to the mobile service on a primary basis; and 31.8-33.4 GHz, 40.5-42.5 GHz and 4747.2 GHz, which may require additional allocations to the mobile service on a primary basis. Canada is of the view that passive services in frequency bands adjacent to those under study in AI 1.13 should be protected taking into account the relevant provisions of the Radio Regulations. 50

Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.13: IMT in the frequency range 24.25 GHz to 86 GHz (Continued 3 of 5) Preliminary Views COLOMBIA While all bands remain suitable for identification at this stage, Colombia would like to make the following observations regarding the lower portions of the range, from 24.25 GHz to 43.5 GHz: Responses received until the previous meeting of CCP.II to the questionnaire show that, except for a few cases, there are either no services licensed in these bands or the services belong to the fixed service category. When they belong to other service categories (such as FSS), most of them occupy a relatively small (500MHz or less) bandwidth withrespect-to the total range being considered for study (e.g. 3.25 GHz for 24.25GHz 27.5GHz). Other regions initiated discussions on suitable bands among the lists of candidate bands. As an example, Europe ([2], [3]) identified the 24.25 GHz 27.5 GHz as a pioneer band, while other bands up to 43.5 GHz have been positively considered. With the view of seeking not only regional but global frequency harmonization to the possible extent, it is positive to take under consideration activities of other regions. The lower portions of the range would provide comparatively more suitable propagation characteristics for

deployment compared to the upper portions, considering that some installations could cover outdoor and indoor environments with some Non-Line-of-Sight (NLoS) situations. Based on the considerations above, Colombia is of the initial view that the lower portions of the frequency range (from 24.25 GHz to 43.5 GHz) provide good opportunities in terms of availability, technical performance and potential for global harmonization. Colombia would like to invite other members to consider this initial view for consideration and collaboration towards a regional (and possibly global) harmonization of the frequency bands. 51 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.13: IMT in the frequency range 24.25 GHz to 86 GHz (Continued 4 of 5) Preliminary Views

MEXICO. Regional harmonization for this item on the agenda should consider similar approaches in terms of allocations and plans for the radio spectrum, in order to favor cost reduction and encourage the development of a sustainable ecosystem for the deployment of IMT systems. A public survey is currently being prepared in Mexico to identify the IMT spectrum requirements from 24.25 GHz to 86 GHz. To this end, we plan to study the discussions and documents issued by the different working groups of both the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and CITEL regarding regional and global spectral requirements for IMT at the frequencies of 24.25 to 86 GHz. For this reason, we deem it necessary to conduct, in the best terms possible, the planned studies on sharing and compatibility in the bands agreed on through Resolution 238 (WRC-15), i.e., the segments of 24.25-27.5 GHz, 31.8-33.4 GHz, 37-43.5 GHz, 45.5-50.2 GHz, 50.4-52.6

GHz, 66-76 GHz and 81-86 GHz, in order for the CITEL administrations to make better, more fully-grounded decisions to achieve regional or global harmonization for the future development of IMT-2020 systems. Issue Coordinator: Camilo Zamora (Colombia) [email protected] Alt Coordinator: Juan Pablo Rocha (Mexico) [email protected] 52 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.13: IMT in the frequency range 24.25 GHz to 86 GHz (Continued 5 of 5) Preliminary Views United States of America Support studies under WRC-19 agenda item 1.13 and take appropriate action based on the

results of these sharing and compatibility studies in accordance with Resolution 238 in the following bands: 24.25-27.5 GHz, 37-40.5 GHz, 42.5-43.5 GHz, 45.5-47 GHz, 47.2-50.2 GHz, 50.4-52.6 GHz, 6676 GHz and 81-86 GHz, which have allocations to the mobile service on a primary basis; and 31.8-33.4 GHz, 40.5-42.5 GHz and 47-47.2 GHz, which may require additional allocations to the mobile service on a primary basis. 53 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.14: High Altitude Platform Systems (HAPS 1 of 5) Preliminary Views Brazil, Ecuador Brazil supports studies in accordance to Resolution 160 (WRC-15). Provided that these studies demonstrate sharing and compatibility with existing services and candidate applications are feasible, and future development of existing services is considered, Brazil supports appropriate regulatory actions, including addressing

additional spectrum needs for HAPS. Issue Coordinator: Ana Valadares (B) [email protected] Alt Coordinator: Vassilios Mimis (Canada) [email protected] 54 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.14: High Altitude Platform Systems (HAPS 2 of 5) Preliminary Views Bahamas, Canada These administrations support the introduction of technologies that seek to provide broadband connectivity in un-served and underserved regions and therefore support the study of broadband HAPS systems by ITU-R according to Resolution 160 (WRC-15). Should studies demonstrate that sharing is feasible between HAPS systems and systems of the services in currently identified and candidate bands, these administrations support the adoption of appropriate regulatory provisions for HAPS to satisfy Resolution 160 (WRC-15). These regulatory provisions could include modifications to the regulatory requirements in existing frequency bands already identified for HAPS, as well as possible additional spectrum identifications in the candidate frequency bands, in accordance with Resolution 160 (WRC-15).

55 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.14: High Altitude Platform Systems (HAPS 3 of 5) Preliminary Views Mexico Mexico supports the development of technologies to provide broadband connectivity in marginalized or underserved regions. With a view to satisfy this Agenda Item, Mexico supports sharing and compatibility studies between broadband HAPS systems and the fixed service within the framework of Working Group ITU-R 5C, in accordance with Resolution 160 (CMR- 15). On condition that the compatibility studies demonstrate feasibility of sharing between HAPS and the fixed service, Mexico supports the adoption of appropriate regulatory measures to satisfy Resolution 160 (WRC-15) including additional identifications in candidate bands that are allocated to the fixed service. 56 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.14: High Altitude Platform Systems (HAPS 4 of 5)

Preliminary Views United States of America In order to facilitate the use of HAPS links on a global or regional level, the United States supports studies, in accordance with Resolution 160 (WRC-15), and appropriate WRC-19 action based on the results of these studies, including possible modifications to the existing provisions on HAPS identifications in the Radio Regulations and possible new HAPS identifications in the fixed service bands at 21.4-22 GHz and 24.25- 27.5 GHz in Region 2, and 38-39.5 GHz globally. 57 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.14: High Altitude Platform Systems (HAPS 5 of 5) Preliminary Views Uruguay Uruguay supports the studies carried out within the framework of Resolution 160 (WRC-15). While these studies demonstrate the feasibility of sharing and compatibility with existing services and do

not impose restrictions on their future development, Uruguay supports the adoption of the pertinent regulatory measures, including the eventual need for additional spectrum for HAPS. 58 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 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 Preliminary Views Canada, United States of America These administrations are of the view that it may be possible to develop a similar footnote to that in No. 5.565 for landmobile and fixed services, identifying bands for terrestrial active service use. To this end, these administrations support studies in the ITU-R on sharing and compatibility between passive and active services as well as spectrum needs for the land-mobile and fixed services for WRC-19 agenda item 1.15 under the terms of Resolution 767 (WRC15).

59 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 1.16: WAS/RLANs in 5 GHz Preliminary Views Brazil

The Brazilian Administration supports the necessity for studies to consider possible additional spectrum allocation to be mobile service, including radio local area networks (WAS/RLAN), while ensuring the protection of the C band uplink and of all existing services in the candidate bands. Canada Canada is of the view that only the specific frequency bands 5 150-5 350 MHz, 5 350-5 470 MHz, 5 725-5 850 MHz and 5 850-5 925 MHz listed in the resolves and invites ITU-R of Resolution 239 (WRC-15) are to be considered and/or studied under WRC-19 agenda item 1.16 and not the entire 5 GHz frequency range (5 150-5 925 MHz). Canada is assessing and may contribute to studies listed under invites ITU-R of Resolution 239 (WRC-15). Mexico WAS/RLANs have promoted the development of broadband access and have been deployed license-exempt, pursuant to the provisions of CITEL and ITU-R, in the frequency bands 5150-5250 MHz, 5250-5350 MHz, 54705600 MHz, 5650-5725 MHz, and 5725-5850 MHz. However, it is considered that a potential additional allocation to the mobile service should be based on evidence of spectrum saturation in existing bands, growth projections, and the non-affectation/degradation of any existing services that might operate in the potential additional spectrum. Issue Coordinator: [Jose Francisco Lozano] [CLM] [[email protected]] Alt Coordinator: Jayne Stancavage (USA) [email protected] 60 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL)

Agenda Item 2 : ITU-R Recommendations incorporated by reference (Resolutions 27 and 28) Preliminary Views TBD Issue Coordinator: TBD 61 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 4: Review of Resolutions and Recommendations (Resolution 95) Preliminary Views TBD Issue Coordinator: TBD

62 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86 Satellite network regulatory procedures Preliminary Views ISSUE A: Canada Canada is of the view that the current sevenyear period may not be enough to deploy a mega non-GSO constellation. In trying to address this issue, it is important to adopt a balanced approach, taking into account the financial, technological and planning challenges posed by the multiple launches required to 63 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL)

Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86 Satellite network regulatory procedures Preliminary Views ISSUE C3 Canada Canada is of the view that the only procedure applicable for seeking the assistance of the Bureau in the case of requests for the inclusion of the territory of an administration within the service area of the satellite network is provided in No. 13.1. We also note that an absence of response to correspondences from the Bureau 64 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86 Satellite network regulatory procedures Preliminary Views

ISSUE C5 Canada Canada supports adding to the relevant provision of Article 11 the obligation for the Bureau to send a reminder to notifying administrations before the end of the six-month period provided in No. 11.46 for the resubmission of notice initially returned by the 65 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86 Satellite network regulatory procedures Preliminary Views ISSUE C6 Canada Canada supports allowing notifying

administrations to submit simultaneously the Appendix 4 data elements for the purposes of entering the frequency assignments in the List (6.17) and recording them (8.1) 66 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86 Satellite network regulatory procedures Preliminary Views ISSUE D Brazil, Canada These administrations support extending the current Bureau identification and publication of the satellite networks or systems to be considered when effecting coordination under No. 9.7 and 9.7A to other types of coordination, 67

Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86 Satellite network regulatory procedures Preliminary Views ISSUE E Canada These administrations support extending the current Bureau identification and publication of the satellite networks or systems to be considered when effecting coordination under No. 9.7 and 9.7A to other types of coordination, 68 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 7: Changes in response to Resolution 86 Satellite

network regulatory procedures Preliminary Views ISSUE G Brazil, Canada These administrations are of the view that the specifics of the Region 2 Plan for BSS and its associated feeder links should be maintained, thus, no modification to 4.2.21A of Appendices 30 and 30A is needed. There are notable 69 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 8: Deletion of country footnotes, deletion of country names from footnotes (Resolution 26) Preliminary Views TBD

Issue Coordinator: TBD 70 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 9.1: on the activities of the Radiocommunication Sector since WRC-15 Issue 9.1.1 Terrestrial and Satellite Components of IMT in 2 GHz Preliminary Views Canada There should not be any impact from the outcome of these studies on the existing use of the frequency bands by the terrestrial component of IMT in 2 170-2 180 MHz (part of the 1 710-1 780 / 2 110-2 180 MHz IMT frequency band) nor on flexible MS/MSS use in 2 000-2 010 & 2 180-2 200 MHz. Mexico For the administration of Mexico, it is important to know the outcomes of these studies, since the bands 1710 - 1780/2110 - 2180 MHz and 1850 - 1920/1930 - 2000 MHz are designated for the terrestrial component of IMT in Mexico. The segmentation specified for these bands is based on an FDD scheme in which the 1710-1780 MHz and 1850-1920 MHz

segments are used for base-mobile transmission and the 2110-2180 MHz and 1930-2000 MHz segments are used for base-mobile transmission. In addition, Mexico is authorized to exploit the emission and reception rights of signals and frequency bands associated with foreign satellite systems that coverand can provide services withinits national territory at the 2000-2010/2190-2200 MHz frequency band. 71 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 9.1: on the activities of the Radiocommunication Sector since WRC-15 Issue 9.1.1 Terrestrial and Satellite Components of IMT in 2 GHz Mexico (Continued) Accordingly, if the 1 980-2 000 MHz and 2 170-2 190 MHz frequency bands were used for the satellite component of IMT in a country with which Mexico shares borders, it would be necessary to set out the technical and operational measures to ensure coexistence and compatibility between the two IMT components. United States of America Support studies of technical and operational measures under agenda item 9.1/issue 9.1.1 in accordance with Resolution 212 (Rev. WRC-15), with the objective of ensuring compatible operations of both the terrestrial component of IMT in the mobile service and the satellite component of IMT in the mobile-satellite service in neighboring countries, without undue

constraints on either service, in the frequency bands 1 980-2 010 MHz and 2 170-2 200 MHz. Issue Coordinator: TBD Alt Coordinator : Olmo Ramirez (Mexico) [email protected] 72 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Issue 9.1.3: technical and operational issues and regulatory provisions for new NGSO systems in the 3 700-4 200 MHz, 4 500-4 800 MHz, 5 925-6 425 MHz and 6 725-7 025 MHz bands allocated to FSS (3 of 3) Preliminary Views United States of America The United States supports the study of a regulatory framework, under the terms of Resolution 157 (WRC-15), to enable circular-orbit non-GSO FSS satellite systems to operate in the 3 700-4 200 MHz, 4 500-4 800 MHz, 5 925-6 425 MHz and 6 7257 025 MHz frequency bands, while ensuring the protection of existing services and applications, and to take appropriate action based on the results of these studies

Issue Coordinator: Hugo Mario Trivino (CLM) [email protected] Manoel Almeida (B) [email protected] Alt Coordinator: Marcella Ost (Canada) [email protected] 73 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Issue 9.1.5: technical and regulatory impacts of referencing Recommendations M.1638-1 and ITU R M.1849-1 in Nos. 5.447F and 5.450A of the Radio Regulations Preliminary Views TBD Issue Coordinator: TBD

74 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Issue 9.1.6: Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicles Preliminary Views TBD Issue Coordinator: William Zambelli (B) [email protected] 75 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Issue 9.1.7: Unauthorized operation of earth station terminals Preliminary Views TBD

Issue Coordinator: Hugo Mario TRIVIO (Colombia) [email protected] 76 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Issue 9.1.8: Narrowband and broadband machine-type communication infrastructures Preliminary Views Mexico This administration has analyzed the current and future spectrum use for MTC and IoT, also, are taking in to account the importance to know the development and eventual findings of the studies related to issue 9.1.8 of Agenda Item 9.1 of the WRC-19. Accordingly, MTC and IoT applications and devices can be used effectively with all the benefits of the existent mobile broadband bands and the new frequency bands being studied for IMT. This approach avoids the necessity of stablish dedicated

spectrum exclusively for MTC and IoT applications on identified IMT bands. Issue Coordinator: Sergio Marquez (Mexico) [email protected] Alt. Issue Coordinator: Jayne Stancavage (USA) [email protected] 77 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Issue 9.1.9: 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) Preliminary Views United States of America The United States supports the study of all aspects of spectrum needs for the development of the fixed-satellite service under Resolves 1 of Resolution 162. The

United States further supports the study as appropriate of possible primary allocation to the FSS of the frequency band 51.4-52.4 GHz (Earth-to-space), limited to GSO FSS feeder links, under the terms of Resolution 162 (WRC-15) to ensure compatibility with existing services, including adjacent bands as appropriate. Such studies should determine the suitability, including protection of fixed and mobile services, of a new primary allocation to the FSS in the frequency band 51.452.4 GHz (Earth-to-space), limited to FSS feeder links for geostationary orbit use, and the possible associated regulatory actions based on the results of these studies. Issue Coordinator: Jennifer Manner (USA) [email protected] 78 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Alt Coordinator: Marc Dupuis (Canada) [email protected] Agenda Item 9.2: Difficulties and inconsistencies encountered in the application of the Radio Regulations

Preliminary Views TBD Issue Coordinator: Marc Dupuis (Canada) [email protected] 79 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 9.3: on action in response to Resolution on action in response to Resolution 80 (Rev.WRC12), 07) Preliminary Views TBD Issue Coordinator: TBD 80 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Agenda Item 10: Agenda Items for Future Conferences TBD

Issue Coordinator: Martha liliana Suarez (Colombia) [email protected] Alt Coordinator: Miguel Munoz (Mexico) [email protected] 81 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Next PCCII meeting Mexico City, Mexico July 16 20, 2018 Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Additional PCCII Information at: https://www.citel.oas.org/en/Pages/ PCCII/default.aspx Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL) Thank you very much for your attention

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