Policy on Intellectual Property Right (IPR)
 1     Introduction
        1.1     Definition and general requirements of a radio quiet zone
        1.2     Overview of the characteristics of radio astronomy instruments in relation to protection from radio-frequency interference
        1.3     Overview of the characteristics of the electromagnetic environment
                  1.3.1     Sources of RFI – Intentional radiators and unintentional radiators
                  1.3.2     Regulatory controls of RFI: role of regulation
        1.4     Goals of creating a RQZ
 2     Characteristics of radio astronomy instruments relevant to RQZ
        2.1     Geographic considerations
        2.2     Frequency range
        2.3     Modes of operation
        2.4     Sensitivity
        2.5     Effect of RFI on RAS observations
        2.6     Geometric considerations
 3     The electromagnetic environment
        3.1     Intentional radiators
                  3.1.1     Licensed radio devices
                  3.1.2     Class-licensed (unlicensed) radio devices
                  3.1.3     Spacecraft- and aircraft-based radio transmitters
        3.2     Unintentional radiators
                  3.2.1     Industrial, scientific, medical
                  3.2.2     Vehicles
                  3.2.3     Power lines
                  3.2.4     Electrical and electronic equipment
                  3.2.5     Cumulative interference, the noise floor and its increase with time
        3.3     Propagation of RFI signals
                  3.3.1     Free-space
                  3.3.2     Diffraction
                  3.3.3     Gaseous absorption and rain attenuation
                  3.3.4     Ducting and other enhancement mechanisms
                  3.3.5     Reflection and scattering
 4     Methods to achieve an RQZ
        4.1     Receive-side Methods
                  4.1.1     Geographic location
                  4.1.2     Site shielding
        4.2     Transmit-side Methods – Managing an RQZ
                  4.2.1     Legislative and regulatory control
                  4.2.2     Alternative technologies and network design
 5     Implications in establishing an RQZ
        5.1     Maintenance of RQZs
        5.2     Increase in capabilities
        5.3     Life of a facility
        5.4     Evolution in the EMC environment
 6     References
Annex 1  Characteristics of radio quiet zones: Mexico’s quiet zone around the large millimetre telescope (LMT)
 1     The Zona de silencio around the Gran Telescopio Milimetrico (GTM) or Large Millimetre Telescope (LMT)
Annex 2  Characteristics of radio quiet zones: the US National radio quiet zone
 1     The US National Radio Quiet Zone
Annex 3  Characteristics of radio quiet zones: the ALMA radio quiet zone in Chile
 1     The Radio Quiet and Radio Coordination Zones around ALMA and other telescopes in northern Chile
Appendix 1 to Annex 3  English language text of Resolution 1055
Modifies permit for Limited Telecommunications Service
Annex 4  Characteristics of radio quiet zones: the radio coordination zone around the Arecibo telescope in Puerto Rico
 1     The coordination zone around the Arecibo Telescope
Annex 5  Radio notification zones around existing radio  astronomical facilities in Australia
Appendix 1 to Annex 5  Australian radio-frequency spectrum plan footnote AUS87
 1     Frequency assignments survey: 1 250-1 780 MHz
 2     Frequency assignments survey: 2 200‑2 550 MHz
 3     Frequency assignments survey: 4 350‑6 700 MHz
 4     Frequency assignments survey: 8-9.2 GHz
 5     Frequency assignments survey 16‑26 GHz
Annex 6  A radio quiet zone in Western Australia
 1     A radio quiet zone in WA
Appendix 1 to Annex 6  A radio quiet zone for Western Australia
Radio astronomy receiver antenna
Receiver degradation levels
Appendix 2 to Annex 6  Band usage survey
Appendix 3 to Annex 6  Map images of zones
Appendix 4 to Annex 6  Frequency assignments within the RQZ
Appendix 5 to Annex 6  Notes regarding condition to manage radio-frequency emissions around the future square kilometre array radio-telescope area
 1     The facility and tenements
 2     Implications of mineral resource activities for the radio telescope operations
Attachment 1  (to Appendix 5 to Annex 6)  Guidelines for assessment of proposed work  within the MRO file notification area
Attachment 2  (to Appendix 5 to Annex 6)  Required components of an Activity Plan
Attachment 3  (to Appendix 5 to Annex 6)  Propagation calculations
Appendix 6 to Annex 6  RFI Standards for equipment to be deployed on the MRO
Annex 7  Characteristics of radio quiet zones: protection of the IRAM 30 m radio telescope in Spain
 1     Actions taken by the administration of Spain to protect the IRAM 30 m telescope operating in the Sierra Nevada near Granada
Annex 8  Spectrum protection criteria for the square kilometre array (SKA)
 1     Introduction
 2     SKA RQZ requirements
 3     Protection levels for the SKA
 4     Conclusions
Appendix 1 to Annex 8  General example of an RQZ implementation
 1     Central Region
 2     Remote stations
 3     RFI originating beyond the RQZs
 4     Establishment of RQZs
Appendix 2 to Annex 8  Propagation studies, RFI characterisation  and data acquisition
 1     Propagation Studies
 2     Computerized predictions
 3     Location and characterization of potential RFI sources.
 4     RFI database
 5     Field measurements
 6     Potential future RFI
 7     Illustration of RQZ for the Australia SKA candidate site
Annex 9  Characteristics of the radio coordination zone around the Itapetinga radio telescope
 1     The coordination zone around Itapetinga radio telescope
Annex 10  Establishment of Astronomy Geographic Advantage Areas in the Republic of South Africa for the protection of radio astronomy observations
 1     Background
 2     Protection threshold levels
        2.1     Introduction
        2.2     Existing protection mechanisms
        2.3     South African Radio Astronomy Service protection levels
 3     Establishment of protection mechanisms
        3.1     Introduction
        3.2     Protected areas
                  3.2.1     Case Study – South Africa
Annex 11  Radio quiet zone – Pushchino Radio Astronomу Observatory of the Astro Space Centre in the Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Annex 12  Studies of the emission management zone around the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory, Penticton, Canada
 1     Introduction
 2     The Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory
 3     The need for a study
 4     The study
        4.1     Path loss measurement and calculations
                  4.1.1     The hardware
                  4.1.2     Measurements
                  4.1.3     Modelling propagation path losses
                  4.1.4     Conclusions
        4.2     Domestic radio emissions
                  4.2.1     The problem
                  4.2.2     Unwanted emissions from a single device
                  4.2.3     Unwanted emissions from a community
                  4.2.4     Conclusion
Annex 13  Proposed radio quiet zones around Five-hundred-meter aperture spherical radio telescope in China
 1     Background
 2     Proposed RQZ around FAST
        2.1     Restriction and coordination zone
        2.2     Protection and coordination level
        2.3     Transmitters which are required to coordinate