Overview of the work being carried out in ITU on Wireless Access Systems (WAS)
- The work on Wireless Access Systems is being carried out by - Working Parties 8A - and - 9B - , responsible for the mobile and fixed services aspects of WAS, respectively.
- Question ITU-R 212/8: Nomadic wireless access (NWA) systems, including RLANs for mobile applications
These studies can be categorized as follows:
- Question ITU-R 215/8: Frequency bands, technical characteristics, and operational requirements for FWA systems using mobile technology
- Question ITU-R 140/9: Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) systems using mobile-derived technologies
- Question ITU-R 142/9: Radio local area networks (RLANs)
- Question ITU-R 220/9: FWA conveying IP packets or ATM cells
- Question ITU-R 229/9: Frequency arrangements based on frequency blocks for systems in the fixed service
- 1. Preferred frequency bands, spectrum requirements and frequency channelling plan.
- 2. Suitable technology for WAS.
- 3. System characteristics and operational requirements including interface to switched networks.
- 4. Performance and availability objectives.
- 5. Frequency sharing criteria, interference effects and service area boundary.
- 6. Radio local area networks (RLANs).
|ITU-R Recommendations and Reports|
- F.757-3: - Basic system requirements and performance objectives for FWA using mobile-derived technologies offering basic telephony services
- F.1244: - RLANs
- F.1399-1: - Vocabulary of terms for wireless access
- F.1400: - Performance and availability requirements and objectives for FWA to PSTN
- F.1401: - Frequency bands for FWA systems and the identification methodology
- M.1450: - Frequency sharing between a land-mobile wireless access (MWA) system and a FWA system using the same equipment type as the MWA system - Characteristics of broadband RLANS
- F.1488: - E.i.r.p. density limit and operational restrictions for RLANS or other wireless access transmitters in order to ensure the protection of feeder links of non-geostationary systems in the mobile-satellite service in the frequency band 5 150-5 250 MHz - Frequency block arrangements for FWA systems in the range 3 400-3 800 MHz
- F.1489: - A methodology for assessing the level of operational compatibility between FWA and radiolocation systems when sharing the band 3.4-3.7 GHz
- F.1490: - Generic requirements for FWA systems
- F.1499: - Radio transmission systems for fixed broadband wireless access (BWA) based on cable modem standard
- F.1518: - Spectrum requirement methodology for fixed wireless access and mobile wireless access networks using the same type of equipment, when coexisting in the same frequency band
- F.1613: - Operational and deployment requirements for fixed wireless access systems in the fixed service in Region 3 to ensure the protection of systems in the Earth exploration-satellite service (active) and the space research service (active) in the band 5 250-5 350 MHz
- SA.1632: - Sharing in the band 5 250-5 350 MHz between the Earth exploration-satellite service (active) and wireless access systems (including radio local area networks) in the mobile service
- M.1645: - Framework and overall objectives of the future development of IMT-2000 and systems beyond IMT-2000
- M.1651: - A method for assessing the required spectrum for broadband nomadic wireless access systems including radio local area networks1 using the 5 GHz band
- M.1652: - Dynamic frequency selection (DFS) in wireless access systems including radio local area networks for the purpose of protecting the radiodetermination service in the 5 GHz band
- M.1653: - Operational and deployment requirements for wireless access systems (WAS) including radio local area networks (RLANs) in the mobile service to facilitate sharing between these systems and systems in the Earth exploration-satellite service (active) and the space research service (active) in the band 5 470-5 570 MHz within the 5 460-5 725 MHz range
- M.2034: - Impact of radar detection requirements of dynamic frequency selection on 5 GHz wireless access system receivers
|World Radiocommunication Conference|