CONTENTS

 1     Introduction
 
2     Minimum field strengths for the terrestrial television broadcasting service
 
3     Protection against interference
 
4     Protection criteria for BS reception
 
5     Definition for the fixed, portable and mobile reception
        5.1     Fixed reception
        5.2     Portable reception
        5.3     Mobile reception
 
6     Assumptions made for this Report
 7     Protection requirements for terrestrial analogue reception in the 620-790 MHz band
 
8     Protection requirements for terrestrial digital fixed reception in the 620-790 MHz band
 
9     Protection requirements for terrestrial digital portable reception in the 620‑790 MHz band
        9.1     Case of terrestrial digital portable outdoor reception
        9.2     Case of terrestrial digital portable indoor reception
10     Protection requirements for terrestrial digital mobile reception in the 620-790 MHz band
11     Potential for interference
       11.1     pfd from the GSO BSS
       11.2     Antenna discrimination in directivity and polarization
       11.3     Summary of calculated maximum interfering pfd
12     Conclusion
Annex 1 - Consolidated characteristics of potential GSO and non-GSO systems intended to operate in the 620-790 MHz band
 
1     Introduction
 
2     System overview
 
3     Main characteristics of potential GSO BSS and non GSO BSS systems
        3.1     Macro-diversity principle
        3.2     BSS reception in an interfered environment
        3.3     Potential GSO and non-GSO BSS systems main parameters
        3.4     Polarization discrimination
 
4     Constellation parameters for non GSO system
 
5     Non-GSO satellite operational characteristics
        5.1     Times of satellite activity
        5.2     Satellite antenna and power management
        5.3     Example of link budget for non-GSO BSS system
        5.4     Aggregate system capacity
 
6     Information about multiple BSS systems in the band 620-790 MHz
 
7     Characteristics of an example BSS GSO/non-GSO system/network concept for possible use in the 620‑790 MHz band
        7.1     Space station characteristics
        7.2     Satellite transmitting antenna pattern, for use outside the service area
        7.3     Earth station characteristics
 
8     Maximum number of possible BSS systems
 
9     Aggregate versus single entry interference
10     Coordination request and notification submissions to the Radiocommunication Bureau
11     Provisions of RR Article 23
Annex 2 - On the question of the tilt angle problem in a hilly environment
 
1     Summary
 
2     General
 
3     Practical study
 
4     Conclusion
Annex 3 - Analysis of polarization loss
 1     Polarization characterization
 
2     Response of an antenna to an incident wave
 
3     Off-boresight incidence
 
4     Practical bounds on polarization loss for imperfect CP imperfect LP interactions
 
5     Conclusions