GRSC-6 Summary Report Asok Chatterjee, GRSC-6 Chair Jackie Voss, ATIS Staff DOCUMENT #:

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DOCUMENT #:
GSC13-CL-03
FOR:
Presentation
SOURCE:
ATIS
AGENDA ITEM:
Closing Plenary; 3.2
CONTACT(S):
Jackie Voss ([email protected])
GRSC-6 Summary Report
Asok Chatterjee, GRSC-6 Chair
Jackie Voss, ATIS Staff
Submission Date:
July 17, 2008
Meeting Overview
• 35 attendees
• 30 input documents
• Five (5) High Interest Subject panel sessions
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Meeting Overview (2)
• High Interest Subjects (Panel Sessions)
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Location Services (ATIS)
Wireless access including RLANs & ad-hoc Networking (ISACC)
Mobile Multimedia Broadcast & Multicast (TIA)
Reconfigurable Radio Systems (RRS) (TIA)
Ground-based Air Traffic Management Equipment (ETSI)
• Information Sharing Subjects
– RF Exposure (ETSI)
– Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) & RF Identification Devices
(RFID) (ETSI)
– Global Ultra Wide Band (ETSI)
– Radio Microphones (ETSI)
– Measurement Uncertainties (ETSI)
– Communications onboard Aircraft (ETSI)
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GRSC-5 Overview
• Presentations
– Presentation of GRSC-5 Summary Report (GSC13-GRSC6-13)
• Summary
– Kohei Satoh, ARIB, was thanked for his presentation of this report
– It was noted that there were 11 output resolutions from GSC-12
– Two (2) new High Interest Subjects were recommended for GSC-13
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Location Services (ATIS)
• Presentations
– Contributions GSC13-GRSC6-20r1, -24
• Summary
– TIA has undertaken work related to High Rate Data Packet (HDRP)
– It appears that five (5) satellite systems could be fused together
– OMA Location Working Group is doing core work specifying location
enablers that can be used by 3GPP2
– Continue to work with the regulatory bodies that mandate accuracy
requirements
– Work to achieve robust specifications/standards for implementations
that will handle the anticipated increase in demand for Location
Services
• Resolution
– No resolution exists for this HIS; GRSC recommends eliminating this
as an HIS
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Wireless access including RLANs &
ad-hoc Networking (ISACC)
• Presentations
– Contributions GSC13-GRSC6-08, -15 (-14, -18 for information)
• Summary
– There are many challenges in this area
• Interference
• Need to maintain and synchronize standards ensuring national and
regional standards do not conflict
• Need to standardize ad-hoc networks
• Title of HIS should be narrowed to provide clarification
• Resolution
– A drafting group was charged with reviewing the Resolution regarding
Broadband Services in Rural and Remote Areas starting with the
baseline text contained in GSC13-GRSC6-10. Following review, the
revisions were approved for submission to the closing plenary.
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Mobile Multimedia Broadcast &
Multicast (TIA)
• Presentations
– Contributions GSC13-GRSC6-16r1, -19, -25 (-17 for information)
• Summary
– Collaboration with this HIS is moving away from the physical layer
and is moving up to the level of interaction of applications and content
– This HIS is very important to GSC
• Resolution
– Resolution GSC12-13, Mobile Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast,
was reviewed, reaffirmed without changes and will be submitted to
the closing plenary.
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Reconfigurable Radio Systems (RRS)
(TIA)
• Presentations
– Contributions GSC13-GRSC6-22, -26
• Summary
– Several PSOs appear to be interested in this topic
– Two (2) significant reports are being worked by the ITU
– Digital RF for global frequency flexibility will be a challenge to
implement
• Resolution
– A drafting group was charged with reviewing the Resolution regarding
Software Defined Radios (SDR) starting with the baseline text
contained in GSC13-GRSC6-09. Following review, the revisions
were approved for submission to the closing plenary.
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Ground-based Air Traffic
Management Equipment (ETSI)
• Presentations
– Contributions GSC13-GRSC6-21r1, -23r1
• Summary
– ETSI reported the key challenge is that the work in the aeronautical
sector requires significant co-operation efforts inside and outside of
Europe
– In the USA, this area is being addressed by ARINC and the FCC and
does not require additional involvement
– Consideration could be given to “passenger” communications
• Resolution
– No resolution exists for this HIS; GRSC recommends eliminating this
as an HIS
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Task Force Reports (1)
• Presentations
– Contributions GSC13-GRSC6-02, GSC13-PLEN-64r1
• IMT Task Force
– At the 13th Global Standard Collaboration meeting in Boston, July 14 – 17,
2008, the participating Standard Organizations (PSO) discussed the
development of IMT within ITU-R Study Group 5 in Circular Letter 5/LCCE/3
for contributions to the next Study Group 5 Working Party Structure. The
PSOs understand that SG5 includes the work of all aspects of IMT (IMT 2000
maintenance, IMT-Advanced evolution and documentation, spectrum sharing
studies, etc.). The group also understands the significant role the ITU has
played in the success of the 3rd generation mobile radio networks being
defined under ITU-R Resolution 57 (RA07). Realizing that Study Group 5 has
eliminated all overlapping work between IMT and other dissimilar radio
systems, the PSOs agreed:
• That a dedicated working structure for IMT (currently WP5D) is desirable to
continue its work with speed and expertise
• To encourage to recommend to their members to respond to 5/LCCE/3, the
circular letter of ITU
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Task Force Reports (2)
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Summary of Radio Microphone Task Force
– The PSOs have met via phone and exchanged emails
– Many changes in standardization have been made by ETSI
– All Task Force members contacted have expressed concern with the
changes from analogue to digital television and the effects on the
current sharing of this spectrum by radio microphones
– There is interest in learning more about ATIS’ work related to
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC)
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GRSC-6 recommends maintaining both Task Forces
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World Radiocommunication
Conference (WRC) Update
• Presentations
– Contributions GSC13-GRSC6-11, -12
• Summary
– Some objectives of RA-07 include: reviewing methods and procedures
related to ITU-R Study Groups, establishing SG work programme and
structure, approve ITU-R Recommendations on IMT-2000
– Five (5) new or revised Resolutions were highlighted as of particular interest
to GSC
– Key statistics related to the event were reviewed as well as results and
challenges
– Expected timetable follows:
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November 2007: Agenda for WRC-11 adopted in Resolution 805 (WRC-07)
November 2007: Preparatory studies started by CPM11-1
Third quarter of 2008: Council approves WRC-11 Agenda
Third quarter of 2010: End of preparatory studies
First quarter of 2011: CPM11-2
Fourth quarter of 2011: WRC-11
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Resolutions
• Output Resolutions
– GSC-12-09, -14, -15, -16 were reaffirmed without discussion since
they were related to Information Sharing Subjects (ISS)
– GSC12-13 (MMBM) was discussed and reaffirmed without changes
– As a result of revising the proposed Resolution in GSC13-PLEN-05,
GSC12-08 (PPDR) has been withdrawn
– Resolution GSC12-10 was reviewed, revised and approved by
GRSC-6 as the Resolution to be submitted to the closing plenary for
GSC approval. In its consideration to establish general coordination
mechanisms within the ITS Task Force, the GRSC agreed that
implementation of such recommendations would be needed prior to
the next GSC in view of the high level of ITS standardization activities
world-wide.
– Resolution GSC12-12 was reviewed, revised and approved as the
Resolution to be submitted to the closing plenary
– GSC12-11 (SDR) and -17 (Broadband Services in Rural and Remote
Areas) were reviewed and revised
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Resolution Summary
• GSC12-08, Public Protection and Disaster Relief (Withdrawn)
• GSC13-13, Global UWB Standardization including UWB Radar and
Sensor/Imaging Applications (Reaffirmed)
• GSC13-14, GSC ITS Task Force (Revised)
• GSC13-15, Software Defined Radio (SDR) (Revised)
• GSC13-16, Support for WSC Workshop on ICT in Motor Vehicles –
Geneva 2007 (Revised)
• GSC13-17, Mobile Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast (Reaffirmed)
• GSC13-18, Facilitating Liaison in Relation to Measurement
Methodologies for Assessing Human Exposure to RF Energy
(Reaffirmed)
• GSC13-19, Facilitating Liaison in Relation to Measurement
Methodologies, associated Measurement Uncertainty and Calibration
(Reaffirmed)
• GSC13-20, Radio Microphones and Cordless Audio Standardization
(Reaffirmed)
• GSC13-21, Broadband Services in Rural and Remote Areas (Revised)
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Closing
• Chair Asok Chatterjee thanked the Vice Chairs for their assistance
and the audience for their input to the discussion topics
• The participants thanked Dr. Chatterjee for his facilitation and
effective leadership
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