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[ 74 ]  2014-08-13 JTG 4-5-6-7   Draft new Report ITU-R RS.[EESS-IMT 1.4 GHz] - Consideration of the frequency bands 1 375-1 400 MHz and 1 427-1 452 MHz for the mobile service - Compatibility with systems of the Earth exploration-satellite service (EESS) within the 1 400-1 427 MHz frequency band     N/A  
  [ 74 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-11-20 [16:54]  451'798  bytes  
 
[ 77 ]  2014-08-19 JTG 4-5-6-7   Draft new Report ITU-R SA.[EESS-IMT 2 025-2 290 MHZ] - Sharing between space-to-space links in space research, space operation and Earth exploration-satellite services and IMT systems in the frequency bands 2 025-2 110 MHz and 2 200-2 290 MHz     N/A  
  [ 77 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-11-20 [15:19]  5'764'172  bytes  
 
[ 106 ]  2014-11-18 N/A   Liaison statement to Study Groups 4, 6 and 7 - Approval of ten draft new Reports developed by Joint Task Group 4-5-6-7     N/A  
  [ 106 ]  - English -  Word 2010 2014-11-18 [16:09]  39'615  bytes  
 
[ 76 ]  2014-08-14 JTG 4-5-6-7   Draft new Report ITU-R SA.[METSAT-IMT 1.7 GHz] - Sharing assessment between meteorological-satellite systems and IMT stations in the 1 695-1 710 MHz frequency band     N/A  
  [ 76 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-11-14 [11:15]  3'024'264  bytes  
 
[ 75 ]  2014-08-13 JTG 4-5-6-7   Draft new Report ITU-R RA.[RAS-IMT] - Compatibility and sharing studies between the radio astronomy service and IMT systems in the frequency bands 608-614 MHz, 1 330-1 400 MHz, 1 400-1 427 MHz, 1 610.6-1 613.8 MHz, 1 660-1 670 MHz, 2 690-2 700 MHz, 4 800-4 990 MHz and 4 990-5 000 MHz     N/A  
  [ 75 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-11-14 [10:26]  90'729  bytes  
 
[ 105 ]  2014-11-05 Chairman, SG 7   Summary Report of actions taken during the meeting of Radiocommunication Study Group 7 (Geneva, 30 September & October 2014)     N/A  
  [ 105 ]  - English -  Word 2010 2014-11-05 [16:26]  58'468  bytes  
 
[ 100 ]  2014-10-07 SG 7   Report ITU-R RS.[EESS RFI SURVEY] - Global survey of RFI levels observed by the Aquarius scatterometer at 1 260 MHz and Aquarius and SMOS radiometers at 1 413 MHz (Question ITUR 255/7)     N/A  
  [ 100 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-16 [16:06]  33'664'439  bytes Report ITU-R RS.[EESS RFI SURVEY] - Global survey of RFI levels observed by the Aquarius scatterometer at 1 260 MHz and Aquarius and SMOS radiometers at 1 413 MHz  
 
[ 98 ]  2014-10-07 SG 7   New Report ITU-R RS.[EESS-9GHz_RDS] - Sharing analyses of wideband EESS SAR transmissions with stations in the radio determination service operating in the frequency bands 8 700-9 300 MHz and 9 900-10 500 MHz     N/A  
  [ 98 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-16 [14:10]  11'144'433  bytes  
  [ 98 ]  - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-07 [17:43]  11'144'386  bytes  
 
[ 99 ]  2014-10-07 SG 7   New Report ITU-R RS.[EESS-9GHZ_FS/MS/AS] - Sharing analyses of wideband EESS SAR transmissions with stations in the fixed, mobile, amateur, and amateur-satellite services operating in the frequency bands 8 700-9 300 MHz and 9 900-10 500 MHz     N/A  
  [ 99 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-16 [13:37]  8'499'786  bytes  
  [ 99 ]  - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-07 [17:53]  8'499'969  bytes  
 
[ 94 ]  2014-10-07 SG 7   New Report ITU-R RS.[EESS_RLS 35 GHz] - Worst-case interference levels for mainlobe-to-mainlobe antenna coupling of systems operating in the radiolocation service into active sensor receivers operating in the Earth exploration-satellite (active) in the 35.5-36.0 GHz band     N/A  
  [ 94 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-15 [10:47]  1'823'370  bytes  
 
[ 104 ]  2014-10-08 Director, BR   Final List of Participants - Study Group 7 (30 September & 8 October 2014)     N/A  
  [ 104 ] Revision 1 - English -  PDF (acrobat) 2014-10-15 [16:30]  271'554  bytes  
 
[ 96 ]  2014-10-07 SG 7   New Report ITU-R SA.[NANO/PICOSAT CHARACTERISTICS] - Characteristics, definitions and spectrum requirements of nanosatellites and picosatellites, as well as systems composed of such satellites     N/A  
  [ 96 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-15 [15:33]  78'290  bytes  
 
[ 95 ]  2014-10-07 SG 7   New Report ITU-R RS.[MITIG_RNSS-EESS] - Pulsed radio frequency signal impact measurements and possible mitigation techniques between EESS (active) systems and RNSS systems and networks in the band 1 215-1 300 MHz     234/7  
  [ 95 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-15 [11:21]  1'969'066  bytes  
 
[ 89 ]  2014-10-06 SG 7   New Recommendation ITU-R RS.[SRS PASSIVE] - Typical technical and operating characteristics and frequency bands used by space research service (passive) planetary observation systems     221/7  
  [ 89 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-13 [15:41]  61'507  bytes  
 
[ 90 ]  2014-10-06 SG 7   Draft new Recommendation ITU-R RS.[EESS9GHZ-SRS-MITIGATION] - Protection of space research service (SRS) space-to-Earth links in the 8 400-8 450 MHz and 8 450-8 500 MHz bands from unwanted emissions of synthetic aperture radars operating in the Earth exploration-satellite service (active) around 9 600 MHz     N/A  
  [ 90 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-13 [15:21]  49'962  bytes  
 
[ 91 ]  2014-10-06 SG 7   Draft revision of Recommendation ITU-R RA.1513-1 - Levels of data loss to radio astronomy observations and percentage-of-time criteria resulting from degradation by interference for frequency bands allocated to the radio astronomy service on a primary basis     N/A  
  [ 91 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-14 [10:48]  203'394  bytes  
  [ 91 ]  - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-06 [15:45]  208'069  bytes  
 
[ 101 ]  2014-10-07 SG 7   Draft new Recommendation ITU-R RS.[EESS9GHZ-RAS-MITIGATION] - Protection of the radio astronomy service in the frequency band 10.6-10.7 GHz from unwanted emissions of synthetic aperture radars operating in the Earth exploration-satellite service (active) around 9 600 MHz     N/A  
  [ 101 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-13 [16:15]  136'954  bytes  
 
[ 92 ]  2014-10-06 SG 7   New Report ITU-R SA.[EESS-SPACE-7GHZ] - Compatibility between EESS (Earth-to-space) and the space research service or the space operation service in the band 7 100-7 235 MHz     N/A  
  [ 92 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-14 [14:10]  2'413'293  bytes  
  [ 92 ]  - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-07 [13:38]  2'411'329  bytes  
 
[ 71 ]  2014-05-19 SG 7   Report ITU-R SA.[SRS SHARING 37 GHz]- Protection of SRS and FSS systems sharing the 37.5-38 GHz band     211/7  
  [ 71 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-07 [12:18]  1'143'397  bytes  
 
[ 72 ]  2014-05-19 SG 7   Report ITU-R RS.[EESS-9GHz_OOBE] - RF compatibility of unwanted emissions from 9 GHz EESS synthetic aperture radars (SAR) with the EESS (passive), SRS (passive), SRS and RAS operating in the frequency bands 8 400-8 500 MHz and 10.6-10.7 GHz, respectively     N/A  
  [ 72 ] Revision 1 - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-07 [12:39]  6'357'382  bytes  
 
[ ADM 6 ]  2014-10-08 Chairman, SG 7   Draft agenda for the second meeting of Radiocommunication Study Group 7 (Geneva, 8 October 2014 at 09:00 hours) (Room H, ITU Montbrillant)     N/A  
  [ ADM 6 ]  - English -  Word 2010 2014-10-08 [08:06]  38'282  bytes  
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