Annex  1    
Assessment of the interference from MES/MSS  into radio astronomy observations    
Annex  2    
Step 1 methodology: Calculation of separation distances  by default between RAS sites and MESs    
 1     Introduction      
 2     General principles used in the methodology           
        2.1     Monte Carlo methodology 
        2.2     Protection of radio astronomy observations
 3     Presentation of the methodology of calculation      
 4     Calculation of the interfering power experienced during a sub-time step – modelling of traffic    
        4.1     Monte Carlo random trials 
        4.2     Calculation of the initial number of calls: iniiter       
        4.3     Calculation of the number of dropped calls: droppediter,it 
        4.4     Calculation of the potential number of attempted calls: borniter,it   
        4.5     Calculation of the effective number of new calls newiter,it, and of the number of calls ncalliter,it    
        4.6     Assignment of the (new) calls to the available traffic channels          
        4.7     Calculation of the call termination time of the (new) calls     
        4.8     Calculation of the other parameters linked to the (new) calls
        4.9     Calculation of rec_poweriter,it( f )
 5     Determination of mean_poweriter( f )     
Appendix  1 to  Annex  2 - List of variables    
Annex  3 - Step 2 methodology: Calculation of restriction zones  around RAS sites for sharing with MES    
 1     Introduction      
 2     Possible enhancements to Step 1 methodology     
Annex  4 - Information needed from MSS operators as input for the calculation  of separation distances by default between an RAS site and an MES