ITU-R SA: Space applications and meteorology

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ITU-R SA

Space applications and meteorology

 
 
Frequencies technically suitable for meteorological satellites
Note – Suppressed on 24/10/97 (RA-97)
Space operation systems
Preferred frequencies and bandwidths for manned and unmanned near-Earth research satellites
Space research earth station and radio astronomy reference antenna radiation pattern for use in interference calculations, including coordination procedures, for frequencies less than 30 GHz
Feasibility of frequency sharing between the space research service and other services in bands near 14 and 15 GHz – Potential interference from data relay satellite systems
Preferred frequency bands for spacecraft transmitters used as beacons
Note – Suppressed on 24/10/97 (RA-97)
Interference criteria for command and data transmission systems operating in the Earth exploration-satellite and meteorological-satellite services
Protection criteria and sharing considerations relating to deep-space research
Note – Suppressed on 24/10/97 (RA-97)
Protection criteria for radiocommunication links for manned and unmanned near-Earth research satellites
Preferred frequency bands for deep-space research in the 1-40 GHz range
Note – Suppressed on 18/02/11 (CACE/529)
Preferred frequency bands for deep-space research in the 40-120 GHz range
Note – Suppressed on 18/02/11 (CACE/529)
Telecommunication requirements for manned and unmanned deep-space research
Bandwidth requirements for deep-space research
Sharing considerations relating to deep-space research
Preferred method for calculating link performance in the space research service
Note – Suppressed on 18/02/11 (CACE/529)
Hypothetical reference system for systems comprising data relay satellites in the geostationary orbit and user spacecraft in low Earth-orbits
Preferred frequency bands and transmission directions for data relay satellite systems
Hypothetical reference system for the Earth exploration-satellite and meteorological satellite services
Methodology for determining performance objectives for systems in the Earth exploration-satellite and meteorological-satellite services
Methodology for determining interference criteria for systems in the Earth exploration-satellite and meteorological-satellite services
Methodology for determining sharing and coordination criteria for systems in the Earth exploration-satellite and meteorological-satellite services
Necessary bandwidths and preferred frequency bands for data transmission from Earth exploration satellites (not including meteorological satellites)
Performance criteria for space-to-Earth data transmission systems operating in the Earth exploration-satellite and meteorological-satellite services using satellites in low-Earth orbit
Aggregate interference criteria for space-to-Earth data transmission systems operating in the Earth exploration-satellite and meteorological-satellite services using satellites in low-Earth orbit
Sharing criteria for space-to-Earth data transmission systems in the Earth exploration-satellite and meteorological-satellite services using satellites in low-Earth orbit
Telecommunication requirements of satellite systems for geodesy and geodynamics
Use of the 13.75 to 14.0 GHz band by the space science services and the fixed-satellite service
Note – Suppressed (RA-07)
Provisions to protect the space research (SR), space operations (SO) and Earth exploration-satellite services (EESS) and to facilitate sharing with the mobile service in the 2 025-2 110 MHz and 2 200-2 290 MHz bands
Protection criteria related to the operation of data relay satellite systems
Methods of calculating low-orbit satellite visibility statistics
Note – Suppressed (RA-07)
Protection criteria for deep-space research
Feasibility of frequency sharing in the 1 670-1 710 MHz band between the meteorological-satellite service (space-to-Earth) and the mobile-satellite service (Earth-to-space)
Performance criteria for data dissemination, data collection and direct data readout systems in the Earth exploration-satellite service and meteorological-satellite service
Interference criteria for data dissemination and direct data readout systems in the earth exploration-satellite and meteorological-satellite services using satellites in the geostationary orbit
Sharing and coordination criteria for data dissemination and direct data readout systems in the Earth exploration-satellite and meteorological-satellite services using satellites in geostationary orbit
Performance criteria for service links in data collection and platform location systems in the Earth exploration- and meteorological-satellite services
Interference criteria for service links in data collection systems in the Earth exploration-satellite and meteorological-satellite services
Sharing and coordination criteria for service links in data collection systems in the Earth exploration-satellite and meteorological-satellite services
Frequency sharing between space research service extra-vehicular activity (EVA) links and fixed and mobile service links in the 410-420 MHz band
Note – Suppressed on 19/01/11 (CACE/522)
Sharing of the frequency band 401-403 MHz between the meteorological-satellite service, Earth exploration-satellite service and meteorological Aids service
Power flux-density levels from the space research, space operation and Earth exploration-satellite services at the surface of the Earth required to protect the fixed service in the bands 2 025-2 110 MHz and 2 200-2 290 MHz
Criteria for data relay satellite networks to facilitate sharing with systems in the fixed service in the bands 2 025-2 110 MHz and 2 200-2 290 MHz
Orbital locations of data relay satellites to be protected from the emissions of fixed service systems operating in the band 2 200-2 290 MHz
Orbital locations of data relay satellites to be protected from the emissions of fixed service systems operating in the band 25.25-27.5 GHz
Sharing in the 8 025-8 400 MHz frequency band between the Earth exploration-satellite service and the fixed, fixed-satellite, meteorological-satellite and mobile services in Regions 1, 2 and 3
Feasibility of sharing between the Earth exploration-satellite service (space-to-Earth) and the fixed, inter-satellite, and mobile services in the band 25.5-27.0 GHz
Note – Suppressed on 18/02/11 (CACE/529)
Preferred frequency bands and bandwidths for the transmission of space VLBI data within existing space research service (SRS) allocations
Methods for predicting radiation patterns of large antennas used for space research and radio astronomy
Protection criteria for the space research service in the 37-38 and 40-40.5 GHz bands
Characteristics of data relay satellite systems
Sharing between inter-satellite service systems in the frequency band 25.25-27.5 GHz
Feasibility of sharing between the space research service (space-to-Earth) and the fixed, inter-satellite, and mobile services in the band 25.5-27 GHz
Note – Suppressed on 18/02/11 (CACE/529)
Feasibility of sharing between the space research service (space-to-Earth) and the fixed and mobile services in the band 14.8-15.35 GHz
Telecommunication requirements and characteristics of EESS and MetSat service systems for data collection and platform location
Sharing between command links in the space research and space operation services with the fixed, mobile and mobile-satellite services in the frequency band 257-262 MHz
Technical and operational characteristics of interplanetary and deep-space systems operating in the space-to-Earth direction around 283 THz
Maximum allowable degradation to radiocommunication links of the space research and space operation services arising from interference from emissions and radiations from other radio sources
Use of the band 1 668.4 1 710 MHz by the meteorological aids service and meteorological-satellite service (space-to-Earth)
Note – Identical to Rec. UIT-R RS.1745
Technical and operational characteristics of space-to-space telecommunication systems operating around 354 THz and 366 THz
System characteristics and interference criteria for meteorological satellite systems operating around 18 GHz
System design guidelines for Earth exploration-satellites operating in the band 8 025-8 400 MHz
Reference antenna patterns of large-aperture space research service earth stations to be used for compatibility analyses involving a large number of distributed interference entries in the bands 31.8-32.3 GHz and 37.0-38.0 GHz
Guidelines for efficient use of the band 25.5-27.0 GHz by the Earth exploration-satellite service (space-to-Earth) and space research service (space-to-Earth)
Radiocommunications used for emergency in manned space flight
Technical and operational characteristics of space research service (Earth-to-space) systems for use in the 22.55-23.15 GHz band
Protection criteria for non-GSO data collection platforms in the band 401-403 MHz
Basic general partitioning and sharing conditions for the band 401-403 MHz for future long-term coordinated use of data collection systems on geostationary and non-geostationary METSAT and EESS systems
Protection of SRS earth stations from mobile (aircraft) stations in the 2 200-2 290 MHz band
Frequency sharing between SRS and FSS (space-to-Earth) systems in the 37.5-38 GHz band

 

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