A coordination methodology for RNSS inter-system interference estimation
Annex 1   A method for estimating inter-system interference  between systems and networks in the RNSS
 1     Introduction
 2     Interference analysis methodology
 3     Data used in the calculations
        3.1     Constellation and satellite transmitter models
                  3.1.1     Worst-case received signal levels
                  3.1.2     Spectral separation coefficients (
        3.2     User receiver model
        3.3     Interference and noise model
 4     A simulation-based approach for calculating Gagg
5     A hypothetical example of the methodology’s application
        5.1     An assessment of interference levels
        5.2     An assessment of effective carrier-to-noise ratios and related degradation
 6     Line spectrum signal modelling
 7     Conclusion
Annex 2  Development of information and proposals for an assessment of  RNSS external and intersystem interference
 1     RNSS Interference components
 2     The “shared approach” to RNSS interference
Annex 3  Guidance regarding coordination between RNSS systems
1     Which RNSS systems are to be taken into consideration in calculations?
2     Where notified networks are to be taken into consideration, in which order should this be done (e.g. based on coordination request date or another way)?
3     When coordination is to be undertaken, which characteristics are to be used?
4     How can the Iext parameter mentioned in Annexes 1 and 2 be assessed?