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2002-02-11 Canada   Need for protection of existing services when sharing of spectrum in the band 5 150-5 725 MHz     N/A  
[ 16 ]  
 
2002-02-11 Canada   Proposed revision of Annex 2 of preliminary draft new Recommendation - Sharing in the bands 5 250-5 570 MHz between the Earth exploration-satellite (active) and space research (active) services and other services allocated in this band     N/A  
[ 15 ]  
 
2002-02-11 Japan   Proposed liaison statement from WP 7B, 7C, 7D to TG 1/5 - Proposed modification of the preliminary draft new Recommendation on the protection of passive services from unwanted emissions     N/A  
[ 14 ]  
 
2002-02-11 France   Proposed amendment to Document 7C/TEMP/140 on sharing in the band 35.5-36 GHz between the Earth exploration-satellite service (active) and space research service (active), and other services allocated in this band     N/A  
[ 13 ]  
 
2002-02-11 Japan   Consideration regarding the impact of uplink transmission in the fixed service using high altitude platform stations (HAPS) on the earth exploration satellite service (passive) in the 31 GHz band     N/A  
[ 12 ]  
 
2002-02-11 Japan   Proposal to modify preliminary draft revision of Recommendation ITU-R SA.515-3, ITU-R SA.1028-1 and ITU-R SA.1029-1 (7C/TEMP/150, 153 and 154)     N/A  
[ 11 ]  
 
2002-02-11 Japan   Framework of a prelim. draft new Rec.- E.I.R.P. limit and operational restrictions for RLANs or other wireless access transmitters in order to ensure the protection of systems in the earth exploration-sat. service (active) in the band 5250-5350 MH     N/A  
[ 10 ]  
 
2002-02-11 Japan   Comments for draft meteorology Handbook     N/A  
[ 9 ]  
 
2002-02-11 Japan   Frequency sharing between Earth exploration-satellite service (active) and fixed wireless access (FWA) system in Region 3 in the band 5 250-5 350 MHz     N/A  
[ 8 ]  
 
2002-02-11 Japan   Proposal for liaison statement from WP 7C to WP 9D and WP 8A     N/A  
[ 7 ]  
 
2002-02-11 WMO , EUMETSAT   Interference analysis from high altitude platform stations (HAPS) to passive sensors in the band 31.3 - 31.5 GHz     N/A  
[ 6 ]  
 
2002-02-11 CRAF   Comments on the draft liaison statement from WP 7C to TG 1/5 on proposed revision of the preliminary draft new Recommendation on the protection of passive services from unwanted emissions     N/A  
[ 5 ]  
 
2002-02-11 Special Rapporteur   Liaison statement to Working Party 7C     N/A  
[ 4 ]  
 
2002-02-11 WP 7D & 9D   Liaison statement from JRG 7D-9D - Revision of Recommendation ITU-R SA.1259     N/A  
[ 3 ]  
 
2002-02-11 ESA   Proposed liaison statement from WP 7C to TG 1/5 - Proposed revision of the PDNR on the protection of passive services from unwanted emissions     N/A  
[ 2 ]  
 
2002-02-11 Finland   Radio characteristics of the wind profiler radar intended to operate in the band 1 215-1 300 MHz under the protection of the footnote S5.332     N/A  
[ 1 ]  
 
2002-02-11 BRSGD   Documents to be carried forward to the next study period (2000-2002)     N/A  
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