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Coordination procedures

Coordination is bilateral/multilateral process, aimed at interference-free operation of existing and planned systems of administrations. From a regulatory point of view there are two types of coordination between administrations: mandatory and voluntary. Mandatory coordination covers: (a) coordination of terrestrial services in the frequency bands  shared with the space services above 100 MHz under provisions RR9.16, RR9.18 and RR9.19; (b) Obtaining agreement for terrestrial services in the bands which are indicated in the Article 5 footnotes making reference to provision RR9.21; (c) Coordination of stations of non-planned terrestrial services operating in the bands and geographical areas covered by different Regional Agreements (e.g. GE85-EMA) vis-à-vis planned services; and (d) coordination required by some WRC Resolutions (e.g. Resolution 612 (WRC-12)). Voluntary coordination: direct coordination between administrations concerned without involvement of the Radiocommunication Bureau, e.g. coordination of cellular networks in border areas

Coordination with space services under RR9.16, RR9.18 and RR9.19

Coordination under RR9.21

 

 

 

 

 

Coordination required by WRC resolutions

Coordination of non-planned services in the bands covered by regional plans

Voluntary coordination