Clovis Jose Baptista Neto
II SSPI Day
Rio de Janeiro, 24 de novembro de 2016
PERSPECTIVAS REGULATORIAS
PARA SATELITES NAS
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ITU RADIO REGULATIONS
ART. 5 FREQUENCY ALLOCATIONS - REGIONS AND AREAS
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COM/CITEL
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• Main Objectives
 Coordination and harmonization of standards related to spectrum use and
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• Recommendations, Resolutions and Decisions
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PCC.II/REC. 6 (II-03)
GUIDELINES FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL REGULATIONS THAT FACILITATE THE DEPLOYMENT OF SATELLIT...
OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS ADOPTED BY CITEL IN THE 2005-2016 PERIOD
- PCC.II/REC. 12 (VI-05) - PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES FOR BL...
PCC.II/DEC. 133 (XIX-12)
REVISION OF DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED BY THE WORKING GROUP ON FIXED AND
MOBILE SATELLITE SERVICES
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OTHER RELEVANT PCC.II DECISIONS
 PCC.II/DEC. 157 (XXI-13) - UPDATE OF THE INFORMATION ON ALLOCATION AND
USE OF THE 4/6 GH...
REGIONAL PREPARATIONS FOR ITU
WORLD RADIOCOMMUNICATION
CONFERENCES (WRCs)
• PRELIMINARY VIEWS (PV): an informal statement that the Administration
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IAP preparation process
Steps for the development of an Inter-
American Proposal (IAP):
1. Presentation, discussion and de...
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IEDNTIFICACAO DA FAIXA DE 3.4 A 3.6 GHZ PARA IMT
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A Conferência de 2019 – WRC-19
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  1. 1. Clovis Jose Baptista Neto II SSPI Day Rio de Janeiro, 24 de novembro de 2016 PERSPECTIVAS REGULATORIAS PARA SATELITES NAS AMERICAS
  2. 2. ITU RADIO REGULATIONS ART. 5 FREQUENCY ALLOCATIONS - REGIONS AND AREAS 5-01 75° 60° 40° 30° 20° 0° 20° 30° 40° 60° 75° 60° 40° 30° 20° 0° 20° 30° 40° 60° 170° 140°160° 100°120° 60°80° 20°40° 0° 20° 40° 60° 80° 100° 120° 140° 160° 180° 170° 170° 140°160° 100°120° 60°80° 20°40° 0° 20° 40° 60° 80° 100° 120° 140° 160° 180° 170° ABC ABC REGION 1 REGION 2 REGION 3 REGION 3
  3. 3.  Inter-governmental agency dealing with key public policy issues such as radio spectrum allocation, Internet-related issues, cybersecurity and telecom/ICT development, working in partnership with the private sector (Associate Members)  Prime regional forum for generating common perspectives and views among OAS Member States in preparation for International Telecommunication Union (ITU) global conferences of a treaty-binding nature  Focus on capacity building, and strengthening the role of States in the promotion and regulation of the sector http://www.citel.oas.org CITEL IN BRIEF
  4. 4. COM/CITEL Secretariat PCC.II Radiocommunications PCC.I Telecommunications / ICT WG on Policy and Regulation WG on Development WG on Deployment of Technologies and Services WG for the Preparations of CITEL for Regional and World Radiocommunication Conferences WG on Terrestrial Fixed and Mobile Radiocommunication Services WG on Satellite Systems to provide Fixed and Mobile Services WG on Broadcasting C: Peru VC: Paraguay, El Salvador, Venezuela C: Colombia VC: Uruguay, Mexico, Nicaragua C: Dominican Republic VC: Argentina Members: Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela Assembly of CITEL Associate Members CITEL STRUCTURE WG on Conference Preparation Associate Members
  5. 5. • Main Objectives  Coordination and harmonization of standards related to spectrum use and the planning and efficient use of the radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbits for radiocommunication services, including broadcasting • Specific Mandates  To work in accordance with the ITU Radio Regulations and take into account ITU recommendations, bearing especially in mind the need to prevent and avoid, to the extent possible, harmful interference between the different services.  To stimulate and foster the development of radiocommunication services, including broadcasting, in the region.  To promote the development and implementation of modern technologies and new radiocommunication services, including broadcasting, specifically their technical and operational aspects  To undertake the coordination of regional preparations for ITU World and Regional Radiocommunication Conferences PCC-II (Radiocommunications)
  6. 6. • Recommendations, Resolutions and Decisions Compiled in the Final Reports of each meeting These are available at: http://www.citel.oas.org/en/Pages/PCCII/Final-Reports.aspx • “Regulatory Guidelines” Done through Recommendations, with Technical Annexes • Inter-American Proposals for WRC Over 200 single Inter-American Proposals (IAPs) were achieved for WRC-2015 These are available at: http://www.citel.oas.org/en/Pages/PCCII/WRC.aspx • PCC.II Working Documents: available at CITEL’s Collaborative Space  https://www.citel.oas.org/en/Pages/Access-to-Collaborative-Space.aspx PCC-II Main Deliverables
  7. 7. PCC.II/REC. 6 (II-03) GUIDELINES FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL REGULATIONS THAT FACILITATE THE DEPLOYMENT OF SATELLITE SERVICES, PARTICULARLY BROADBAND SERVICES, IN THE AMERICAS The II Meeting of the Permanent Consultative Committee II: Radiocommunications including Broadcasting, RECOMMENDS: 1. that CITEL Administrations encourage the development of broadband via satellite by implementing appropriate and flexible regulatory frameworks that will allow for the rapid implementation, access and use of broadband services; 2. that CITEL Administrations consider the use of broadband as an important way to support integration and national growth, within their economic and social development projects; 3. that, to encourage the deployment of satellite infrastructure, particularly for broadband services, consider the possibility of including in their national regulations concepts associated with: a) “Block” or “Generic” Earth Station Licensing: To the extent possible, streamline licensing procedures to facilitate the rapid deployment of satellite earth stations and services. For satellite frequency bands that are not shared with other services, streamline satellite earth station licensing by establishing a mechanism to authorize large numbers of technically-identical satellite earth stations in a single license or in “blocks”. Such a license could be site- specific or non-site-specific (the most efficient approach). b) Regional or International Hub Requirements: Permit, to the extent possible, the use of systems whose HUB stations are located anywhere in the region, while recognizing the needs of some Administrations for user control and security. c) Availability of Procedures, Regulations, and Applications On-Line: In conformance with the legislative and regulatory framework in each nation, make current regulations and regulatory requirements publicly available online, and establish mechanisms that permit the electronic application and licensing for satellite earth stations. Such licensing can accommodate site-specific and non-site-specific Block or Generic Earth Station Licensing. d) Landing Rights: Minimize regulatory requirements for landing rights, taking into account the technical information that is already publicly available from the ITU for satellite network coordination, and the space station licensing process undertaken by the notifying Administration. e) Local Presence Requirements: To the extent allowed by national laws, minimize the local presence requirements in-country. f) Consumer Protection / Public Safety: Promote public information on customer rights, quality of service, authorized operators, public safety and health protection. g) Additional Means of Promoting Satellite Broadband Deployment: Develop programs to foster the deployment of satellite services to rural, remote, underserved communities, and for other special social purposes. Successful programs have included “capacity credits”, tax incentives, loan programs, etc. h) Equipment Certification and Homologation: Increase awareness of and recognize the work done by PCC.I on the CITEL Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) which seeks to eliminate the duplication of the homologation and certification processes in Member States.
  8. 8. OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS ADOPTED BY CITEL IN THE 2005-2016 PERIOD - PCC.II/REC. 12 (VI-05) - PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES FOR BLOCK OR GENERIC LICENSING FOR EARTH STATION OPERATING IN FREQUENCY BANDS NOT SHARED WITH OTHER SYSTEMS - PCC.II/REC. 27 (XIV-09) - NOTIFICATION OF EARTH STATIONS OPERATING IN THE FIXED-SATELLITE SERVICE (FSS) (SPACE-TO-EARTH) - PCC.II/REC. 36 (XX-12) - FACILITATING THE INTRODUCTION OF BROADBAND FSS KA-BAND SYSTEMS IN THE AMERICAS - PCC.II/REC. 48 (XXV-15) - REGISTRATION OF EARTH SYSTEMS OF THE FIXED- SATELLITE SERVICE - PCC.II/REC. 51 (XXVII-16) - USE OF THE FREQUENCY RANGE 10.7 – 12.2 GHz FOR SATELLITE TELEVISION APPLICATIONS - PCC.II/REC. 52 (XXVII-16) - GENERIC OR BLANKET LICENSING REGIMES FOR UBIQUITOUSLY DEPLOYED FIXED SATELLITE SERVICE EARTH STATIONS
  9. 9. PCC.II/DEC. 133 (XIX-12) REVISION OF DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED BY THE WORKING GROUP ON FIXED AND MOBILE SATELLITE SERVICES The XIX meeting of the Permanent Consultative Committee II: Radiocommunications Including Broadcasting. DECIDES: 1. To request the Secretariat of CITEL to ask the administrations of Member States to submit to the next meeting of the PCC.II information on recent or ongoing review processes concerning: a) Registration, licensing, fees, permits and other procedures required to be carried out by space operators and earth station operators in each country; b) Space policies; c) Technical regulations on the operation of space and earth stations; d) Satellite industry market or competition studies.
  10. 10. OTHER RELEVANT PCC.II DECISIONS  PCC.II/DEC. 157 (XXI-13) - UPDATE OF THE INFORMATION ON ALLOCATION AND USE OF THE 4/6 GHz, 10/14 GHz Y 20/30 GHz BANDS  PCC.II/DEC. 173 – REQUEST FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE CURRENT AND PLANNED USE OF THE BANDS 1 980-2 025 MHZ AND 2 160-2 200 MHZ BY THE OAS/CITELADMINISTRATIONS FOR TERRESTRIALAND SATELLITE SERVICES  PCC.II/DEC. 182 (XXVII-16) – QUESTIONNAIRE ON USAGE AND FUTURE PLANS OF FREQUENCY BANDS UNDER STUDY IN AGENDA ITEM 1.13 OF WRC-19, IN AMERICAS REGION  PCC.II/DEC. 185 (XXVII-16) - QUESTIONNAIRE ABOUT THE REGULATORY PROCEDURES APPLICABLE TO SMALL SATELLITES, NANOSATELLITES, AND PICOSATELLITES
  11. 11. REGIONAL PREPARATIONS FOR ITU WORLD RADIOCOMMUNICATION CONFERENCES (WRCs)
  12. 12. • PRELIMINARY VIEWS (PV): an informal statement that the Administration is considering possible Preliminary Proposals on specific themes. • PRELIMINARY PROPOSAL (PP): a proposal that a CITEL Member State presents to PCC II with the purpose to turning it into an Inter-American Proposal and that has not been supported by another Member State. • DRAFT INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSAL (DIAP): PRELIMINARY PROPOSAL that has been supported by at least one other Member State. • INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSAL (IAP): DRAFT INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSAL (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. 12 INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSALS: DEFINITIONS
  13. 13. IAP preparation process Steps for the development of an Inter- American Proposal (IAP): 1. Presentation, discussion and development of a PROPOSAL in the WG-WRC 2. Evaluation of the support and opposition to PROPOSALS in the WG-WRC 3. Circulation of DRAFT INTER- AMERICAN PROPOSALS during one or more rounds of consultation (DIAP= PROPOSAL for which PCC.II ended consideration and discussion and has support by more than one Adm.) 4. Evaluation of the support and opposition to the DRAFT INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSALS (IAP= PCC.II ended consideration and discussion and has support by no fewer than 6 Adm and is not opposed by more than 50% of support.) 5. Circulation of the INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSALS 6. Submission of INTER-AMERICAN PROPOSALS to the WRC Preliminary points of view and PROPOSALS Presentation of preliminary points of view and proposals WG- WRC Discussion, development and evaluation of the support and opposition to PROPOSALS Development of DIAPs DIAP = PROPOSAL for which PCC.II ended consideration and discussion and has support by more than one Adm. IAP PCC.II ended consideration and discussion and has support by no fewer than 6 Adm amd is not opposed by more than 50% of support DIAP <6 Support, Support and opposition ? <50% opposition ITU Simplified diagram <50% opposition >6 SUP
  14. 14. • BANDAS C E Ka PROTEGIDAS, POREM E NECESSARIO LIDAR COM A QUESTAO DA IEDNTIFICACAO DA FAIXA DE 3.4 A 3.6 GHZ PARA IMT • ATRIBUICAO DE 250 MHz ADICIONAIS PARA UPLINK EM BANDA Ku – REGIOES 2 E 3 – 14.5 – 14.75 GHz (E-s) • ATRIBUICAO PRIMARIA DA FAIXA DE 5091-5150 MHZ PARA FSS (E-S) NGSO MSS FEEDER LINKS • APERFEICOAMENTO DE PROCEDIMENTOS DE COORDENACAO DE REDES DE SATELITES (A.I. 7 – SATELLITE REGULATORY ISSUES) • APOIO A INCLUSAO DE ESTUDOS PARA ATRIBUICAO GLOBAL DE ESPECTRO PARA ESIMs – WRC-19 A.I. 1.5 14 WRC-15 : PRINCIPAIS RESULTADOS PARA O SETOR
  15. 15. A Conferência de 2019 – WRC-19 Itens de Agenda da WRC-19 prioritários para o setor: Agenda Item Description Objective ITU-R Responsible WG Issue 9.1.3 NGSO systems in C band Protect GSO operations in C Band WP 4A 7 Satellite Coordination and Notification procedures Maintain/gain flexibility and clarity in the RR WP 4A 1.5 Earth Stations in Motion (ESIM) in shared portions of the Ka band WP 4A 1.13 Identification of frequency bands for IMT / 5G Defend Ka and V bands TG 5/1 e WP5D 1.14 Identification of frequency bands for HAPS in Ka (Region 2) and V band Defend Ka and V bands WP 5C 1.16 Identification of frequency bands for RLAN (WIFI) in 5150- 5925 MHz Defend C band uplink WP 5A
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