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Resolution 647 : Explanation of the data items
Resolution 647 : Space services emergency database - Explanations of the data items

Field
number

Data item

 

Data
format
(Note 3)

Sat
operator or provider
(Note 1)

User
(Note 1)

Description

Remarks

01

act_code

X

X

X

code indicating the action to be taken on the notice - “A” – Add or “S” - Suppress (delete)

 

02

cat

X

X

X

code indicating the category of information - “O” – Satellite service Operator /
 
“P” Space segment Provider or “U” - User.

 

03

adm

XXX

X

X

country symbol of the notifying administration that submitted the information
(see Table 1A of the Preface to the International Frequency List)

 

04

ntwk_org

XXX

X

X

symbol of the organization operating regional or international satellite networks (see Table 2 of the Preface to the International Frequency List)

 

05

adm_adr

X(255)

X

X

contact address (telephone number, fax number, e-mail address, etc.) of notifying administration

NOTE 2

06

emerg_adr

X(255)

X

X

contact address for emergency situations (if different) (telephone number, fax number, e‑mail address, etc.) of notifying administration

NOTE 2

07

ntc_id

9(9)

X

 

unique BR identifier (notice ID) of the satellite network
(see SNL online at: http://www.itu.int/ITU-R/space/snl/bsearchb/spublication.asp)

 

08

sat_name

X(20)

X

 

name of the space station
(see SNL online at: http://www.itu.int/ITU-R/space/snl/bsearchb/spublication.asp)

 

09

ntwk_name

X(20)

X

 

commercial name of the space station

 

10

long_nom

S999.99

X

 

nominal longitude of the space station, give “-” for West “+” for East or “NGSO”
(see SNL online at: http://www.itu.int/ITU-R/space/snl/bsearchb/spublication.asp)

 

11

op_agcy

999

X

 

satellite operating agency number (see Table 12A/B of the Preface to the International Frequency List at: http://www.itu.int/ITU-R/space/preface/)

 

12

op_agcy_nm

X(200)

X

 

name of the satellite operating administration or agency and contact address (telephone number, fax number, e-mail address, etc.) (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)

NOTE 2

13

freq_assgn

9(5).9(5)

X

X

assigned frequency

For each assigned frequency, provide a new data record

14

freq_min

9(6).9(5)

*

*

lower limit of the frequency range for the group of operational frequencies

* Mandatory if item 13 is not provided

15

freq_max

9(6).9(5)

*

*

upper limit of the frequency range for the group of operational frequencies

* Mandatory if item 13 is not provided

16

freq_sym

X

X

X

symbol indicating megahertz [M] up to and including 10 500 MHz or gigahertz [G] above 10.5 GHz

 

17

emi_rcp

X

X

X

code identifying a satellite operation mode as either space-to-Earth/downlink [D] or Earth-to-space/uplink [U]

 

18

srv_area

XXX

X

 

service area(s) of the frequency assignment - symbol of the country or geographical area (see Table 1B of the Preface to the International Frequency List)

NOTE 2

19

adm_remark

X(255)

 

 

observations regarding the use of the indicated frequency or frequency band

 

NOTE 1 – Data items indicated with the symbol X are mandatory. Other data elements are optional, but administrations are strongly encouraged to submit these data as well.
NOTE 2 – Multiple values for one data item should be separated by a comma (,)
NOTE 3 – Column “Data format” the data values are described in the table below.

Value

Description

X

used to describe alphanumeric data.

e.g.        X(9) specifies a 9 character field containing alphanumeric data
              XXX is equivalent to X(3).

9

used to describe digits

“ . ”

shows the position of a decimal point

S

implies a sign (sign leading separate)

e.g.        S999.99 implies a numeric field with a range of values from -999.99 to +999.99
99 implies a numeric field with a range of values from 0 to 99

 

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