Policy on Intellectual Property Right (IPR)
 1     Terminology and definitions
        1.1     Spurious domain
        1.2     OoB domain1
        1.3     dBsd and dBasd
        1.4     dBc
        1.5     dBpp
        1.6     Reference bandwidth
        1.7     Measurement bandwidth
        1.8     psd
        1.9     Mean power
       1.10     Adjacent channel mean power
       1.11     Peak power
       1.12     Adjacent channel peak power
       1.13     Total assigned band
       1.14     Total assigned bandwidth
 2     Application of definitions
        2.1     OoB domain emissions
        2.2     Spurious domain emissions
        2.3     Necessary bandwidth and OoB domain
                  2.3.1     Single carrier emissions
                  2.3.2     Multicarrier emissions
        2.4     Considerations on dBsd, dBc, and dBpp
                  2.4.1     Positive and negative signs for dBsd, dBc, and dBpp
                  2.4.2     Comparisons of dBsd and dBc
                  2.4.3     Practical application of dBsd, dBc, and dBpp limits
 3     Methods to determine conformance to OoB domain emission limits
 4     OoB domain emission limits for transmitters in the range of 9 kHz to 300 GHz
 5     Adaptation of OoB masks provided in Annexes 5 to 12 in the cases of narrow‑band and wideband systems
 6     Measurement methods
Annex 1  Methods to determine conformance to OoB domain emission limits
 1     Adjacent channel and alternate adjacent channel power method
        1.1     Parameters to be measured
        1.2     Units of measurement
        1.3     Measurement bands
                  1.3.1     Adjacent band
                  1.3.2     Alternate adjacent band
        1.4     Adjacent band power ratio (ABPR)
 2     OoB mask method
        2.1     Parameters to be measured
        2.2     Measurement range
        2.3     OoB mask
Appendix  1 to  Annex  1  Example calculation of a permissible OoB power ratio and power limits from a permissible OoB mask
 1     Introduction
 2     Discrete method
 3     Continuous method
Annex  2  Calculation of the start and end of the OoB domain for multicarrier systems with single and multiple transponders per satellite
 1     Example 1: Multiple transponders per satellite serving the same service area
 2     Example 2: Single transponder per satellite
Annex  3  Graph labelling for dBc and dBsd masks
 1     Y-axis labelling of OoB masks
 2     X-axis labelling of OoB masks
Annex  4  List of ITU-R texts concerning OoB domain emissions related to specific services
Annex  5  OoB domain emission limits for space services (earth and space stations)
 1     Introduction
 2     OoB masks for fixed-satellite service (FSS) earth and space stations
 3     OoB masks for mobile-satellite service (MSS) earth and space stations
 4     OoB masks for broadcasting-satellite service (BSS) space stations
 5     OoB mask for the space research service (SRS), space operations service (SOS), and Earth exploration‑satellite service (EESS) telecommunication space-to-Earth links operating in the 1-20 GHz band
        5.1     Introduction
        5.2     OoB masks for SRS, SOS and EESS systems operating in the space‑to‑Earth and Earth-to-space directions
                  5.2.1     Emission mask parameters
                  5.2.2     Emission mask applicability
                  5.2.3     Basis for the emission masks
 6     Standard frequency and time signals (SFTS)services
        6.1     SFTS services operating below 30 MHz
Annex  6  OoB domain emission limits for television broadcasting systems
 1     Digital TV – 6 MHz channelling to Recommendation ITU-R BT.1306
        1.1     6 MHz DVB-T systems
        1.2     6 MHz channelling ISDB-T systems
        1.3     Other 6 MHz digital television systems
 2     Spectrum masks for 7 and 8 MHz channelling analogue and digital television systems
        2.1     Analogue television systems
        2.2     Digital television systems
                  2.2.1     7 and 8 MHz DVB-T systems
                  2.2.2     7 and 8 MHz ISDB-T systems
Annex  7  OoB domain emission limits for sound broadcasting systems
 1     VHF FM sound broadcasting
 2     Sound broadcasting below 30 MHz
        2.1     Digital Radio Mondiale systems
 3     Digital sound broadcasting
Digital System A
Annex  8  OoB domain emission limits for primary radar systems
 1     Introduction
 2     Necessary bandwidth
        2.1     Un-modulated radar pulses
        2.2     Other modulations
        2.3     Typical values of necessary bandwidth
 3     OoB domain emission limits for primary radars
        3.1     Formulas for the 40 dB bandwidth
 4     OoB mask
        4.1     Examples of emission masks in terms of necessary bandwidth
        4.2     Non-FM pulsed radar
        4.3     Linear FM pulsed radar
        4.4     Frequency hopping radar
 5     Boundary between the OoB and spurious domains
 6     Design objective
 7     Measurement techniques
Annex  9  OoB domain emission limits for the amateur services
Annex  10  OoB domain emission limits land mobile radio services
Annex  11  OoB domain emission limits for aeronautical-mobile and maritime-mobile services
 1     Aeronautical telemetry
 2     Other aeronautical-mobile and maritime-mobile transmitters
Annex  12  OoB domain emission limits for the fixed service
 1     Digital fixed service: spectrum emission masks
        1.1     Systems operating above 30 MHz
        1.2     Systems operating below 30 MHz
 2     Digital fixed service: discrete spectral lines within OoB emission boundaries
        2.1     Systems operating above 30 MHz
        2.2     Systems operating below 30 MHz
 3     Analogue fixed service
Annex  13  OoB domain emission measurements
 1     Measuring equipment
        1.1     Selective measuring receiver
                  1.1.1     Detectors of measurement equipment
                  1.1.2     Resolution bandwidths
                  1.1.3     Video bandwidth
                  1.1.4     Sweep time
        1.2     Coupling device
        1.3     Terminal load
        1.4     Measuring antenna
        1.5     Conditions of modulation
                  1.5.1     Analogue voice modulation (e.g. A3E, F3E and J3E emission designators)
                  1.5.2     Digital modulation (e.g. F1E, F7W, F9W, G1E, G7W, D7W emission designators)
                  1.5.3     Other modulations
                  1.5.4     Test input for multicarrier channels
 2     Measurement limitations
        2.1     Measurement time limitations
        2.2     Time division multiple access signals
 3     Methods of measurement
        3.1     Introduction
        3.2     Method 1 – Measurement of the in-band and OoB emission power supplied to the antenna port
                  3.2.1     Direct conducted method
                  3.2.2     Substitution method
                  3.2.3     Specific measurements
        3.3     Method 2 – Measurement of the in-band and OoB e.i.r.p.
                  3.3.1     Test sites for radiated emission measurements
                  3.3.2     Direct method
                  3.3.3     Substitution method
Annex  14  Application of Recommendations ITU-R SM.1540 and ITU-R SM.1541