Executive Order On Danish Radio Interface No. 00-056 Of Radio Installations Using Ultrabredbåndsteknologi (Uwb) For Communication, Analysis Of Building Materials (Bma) And Detection Of Objects (Odc)

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om Dansk radiogrænseflade nr. 00 056 for radioanlæg, der benytter ultrabredbåndsteknologi (UWB) til kommunikation, analyse af bygningsmaterialer (BMA) og detektering af objekter (ODC)

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Overview (table of contents) Annex 1 The full text of the ordonnance on Danish radio interface no. 00-056 of radio installations using ultrabredbåndsteknologi (UWB) for communication, analysis of building materials (BMA) and detection of objects (ODC) 1)

Under section 9 of the Act on radio and telecommunications terminal equipment and electromagnetic conditions, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 823 of 3. July 2007 shall be determined:

§ 1. For radio installations using ultrabredbåndsteknologi (UWB) for communication, analysis of building materials (BMA) and detection of objects (ODC), applies the following Danish radio interface, see. Annex 1: Danish radio interface no. 00-056 of radio installations using ultrabredbåndsteknologi (UWB) for communication, analysis of building materials (BMA) and detection of objects (ODC).

§ 2. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. November 2009.
The national it and Telecom Agency, the 23. Jorgen Abild Andersen/Robert October 2009, Laboucan Annex 1

Danish radio interface no. 00-056 of radio installations using ultrabredbåndsteknologi (UWB) for communication, analysis of building materials (BMA) and detection of objects (ODC)

1. Communication (General use)

1.1 Frequency assignments, send effects, licensing conditions, mitigation techniques, etc.











Nr.





Parameter





Description





Status







1





Service according to the ITU Radio Regulations





Mobile service





N







2





Use





UWB radio equipment with low transmit power of communication, place provision, monitoring and medical systems, etc. Equipment used outdoors must not be connected to a fixed installation, fixed infrastructure or a fixed outdoor antenna. For the application of UWB radio devices in motor and rail vehicles, special rules apply, see point 1.3 below N







3





Frequency bands





See the table under point 4 below





N







4





Maximum values for radiated power densities













Frequency Range GHz





Maximum product e. i. r. p-density (dBm/MHz)





Maximum peak e.i.r.p. density (dBm/50 MHz)







Less than 1.6





-90.0





-50.0







1.6-2.7





-85.0





-45.0







2.7-3.4





-70.0





-36.0







3.4-3.8





-80.0





-40.0







3.8-4.2





-70.0





-30.0







4.2-4.8





-41.3

(until 31.12.2010)

-70.0

(after 31.12.2010)





0.0

(until 31.12.2010)

-30.0

(after 31.12.2010)







4.8-6.0





-70.0





-30.0







6.0-8.5





-41.3





0.0







8.5-10.6





-65.0





-25.0







Over 10.6





-85.0





-45.0













N







5





Authorisation conditions





Can be used without individual authorization for frequency use





N







6





Harmonised standard





A 302 065





In







7





References





Commission decision 2009/343/EC amending Decision 2007/131/EC to allow for uniform application in the community of the radio spectrum for equipment using ultrabredbåndsteknologi





In







8





Notification No.





2009/357/DK





In







N = normative







I = informative











1.2. the Appropriate remediation techniques

It also allows that the equipment using ultrabredbåndsteknologi, using radio frequencies with higher e.i.r.p. limit values than those set out in the table in section 1.1, when used further mitigation techniques, as described in the relevant harmonised standards adopted pursuant to Directive 1999/5/EC or other mitigation techniques which lead to the equipment to achieve at least the same level of protection, the limit values in the table in section 1.1. The following mitigation techniques are supposed to provide such protection:

1.2.1. addressing using the technique» Low Duty Cycle ' (LDC)


That means a maximum e.i.r.p. density of – 41.3 dBm/MHz and a maximum peak value of 0 dBm e.i.r.p. measured in 50 MHz bandwidth in the frequency range 3.1-4.8 GHz, provided that you use such a ' Low-Duty-Cycle ' constraint that the sum of all transmitted signals represents less than 5% of the time every second and less than 0.5% of the time every hour, and the duration of each transmitted signals is not more than 5 milliseconds.

1.2.2. remediation using the technique» Detect and Avoid ' (DAA)

That means a maximum e.i.r.p. density of – 41.3 dBm/MHz and a maximum peak value of 0 dBm e.i.r.p. measured in 50 MHz bandwidth in the frequency regions 3.1-4.8 GHz and 8.5-9.0 GHz, provided that you use a ' Detect and Avoid ' remediation technique (DAA) as described in the relevant harmonized standards shall be adopted in accordance with the provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.

1.3. use of equipment using ultrabredbåndsteknologi, in motor and rail vehicles

Ultrabredbåndsudstyr can be used in motor and rail vehicles, when the following parameters are complied with.

1.3.1. Maximum e.i.r.p. densities for the use of ultrabredbåndsteknologi in motor and rail vehicles

It is permitted, to equipment using ultrabredbåndsteknologi in motor and rail vehicles, using radio frequencies with the e.i.r.p. limit values laid down in section 1.1, provided that for the frequency bands 4.2-4.8 GHz and 6.0-8.5 GHz uses the following parameters:











Frequency range



 



Maximum product e.i.r.p. density (dBm/MHz)







4.2-4.8 GHz





Until 31 December 2006. December 2010





-41.3 dBm, provided that techniques used to counter opposite the cumulative interference which afford at least the same performance as the techniques described in the harmonised

standards, which are adopted in accordance with Directive 1999/5/EC. These techniques require a transmit power control (TPC) with a regulatory area of at least 12 dB.





 

 

 



 









 



-53.3 dBm (in other cases)







After 31. December 2010





-70.0 dBm















6.0-8.5 GHz



 



-41.3 dBm, provided that techniques used to counter opposite the cumulative interference which afford at least the same performance as the techniques described in the harmonised standards, which are adopted in accordance with Directive 1999/5/EC. These techniques require a transmit power control (TPC) with a regulatory area of at least 12 dB.





 

 

 



 

 



-53.3 dBm (in other cases)











1.3.2. Suitable remediation techniques in motor and rail vehicles

It is also permitted to use equipment that uses ultrabredbåndsteknologi, in motor and rail vehicles with e.i.r.p. limit values other than those listed in section 1.3.1, when further remediation techniques are used, as described in the relevant harmonised standards adopted pursuant to Directive 1999/5/EC or other mitigation techniques which lead to the equipment to achieve at least the same level of protection as the , the limit values set out in the tables above. The following mitigation techniques are supposed to provide such protection:

1.3.2.1. remediation using the technique» Low Duty Cycle ' (LDC)

It is allowed to use the equipment, which uses ultrabredbåndsteknologi, and using LDC-remediation technique in 3.1-4.8 GHz band as described in section 1.2.1, in motor and rail vehicles with the same e.i.r.p. limit values as described in section 1.2.1. For the other frequency ranges apply the e.i.r.p. limit values listed in section 1.1.

1.3.2.2. remediation using the technique» Detect and Avoid ' (DAA)

It is allowed to use the equipment, which uses ultrabredbåndsteknologi, and which uses the DAA-remediation technique in 3.1-4.8 GHz band and 8.5-9.0 GHz band, in motor and rail vehicles with an e.i.r.p. limit value of – 41.3 dBm/MHz, provided that techniques used to remedy in the face of interference, which afford at least the same performance as the techniques described in the harmonised standards, which are adopted in accordance with Directive 1999/5/EC. These techniques require a transmit power control (TPC) with a regulatory area of at least 12 dB. In other cases there is an e.i.r.p. limit value of-53.3 dBm/MHz.

2. the use of ultrabredbåndsteknologi for the analysis of building materials (BMA)

2.1 Frequency assignments, send effects, licensing conditions, mitigation techniques, etc.











Nr.





Parameter





Description





Status







1





Service according to the ITU Radio Regulations





Mobile service





N







2





Use





Detection of objects and provision of building materials physical properties





N







3





Frequency bands





See the table under point 4 below





N







4





Maximum values for free radiated power densities













Frequency Range GHz





Maximum product e. i. r. p-density (dBm/MHz)





Maximum peak e.i.r.p. density (dBm/50 MHz)







During the 1730





-85.0





-45.0







1730-2200





-65.0





-25.0







2200-2500





-50.0





-10.0







2500-2690





-65.0





-25.0







2690-2700





-55.0





-15.0







2700-3400





– 82.0





-42.0








3400-4800





-50.0





-10.0







4800-5000





-55.0





-15.0







5000-8000





-50.0





-10.0







8000-8500





-70.0





-30.0







Over 8500





-85.0





-45.0













N







5





Authorisation conditions





Can be used without individual authorization for frequency use





N







6





Harmonised standard





A 302 435





In







7





References





Commission decision 2009/343/EC amending Decision 2007/131/EC to allow for uniform application in the community of the radio spectrum for equipment using ultrabredbåndsteknologi





In







N = normative







I = informative











2.2 Remediation techniques

It is permitted that the BMA-equipment, which uses remediation techniques that provide at least the same performance as the techniques that are described in the relevant harmonized standards, which are adopted in accordance with Directive 1999/5/EC, 1,215-1.73 GHz frequency ranges with a maximum e.i.r.p. density of medium-70 dBm/MHz and frequency fields 2.5-2.69 GHz and 2.7-3.4 GHz with a maximum e.i.r.p. density of medium-50 dBm/MHz , provided that at least the same level of protection, the limit values in the table above.

2.3 Protection of other radio services

In order to protect the radio astronomy service the total radiated power density in the frequency ranges 2.69 2.70 GHz-and 4.8-5.0 GHz be under-65 dBm/MHz, as described in the relevant harmonized standards shall be adopted in accordance with the provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.

3. the use of ultrabredbåndsteknologi for detection of objects (ODC)

3.1 Frequency assignments, send effects, licensing conditions, mitigation techniques, etc.











Nr.





Parameter





Description





Status







1





Service according to the ITU Radio Regulations





Mobile service





N







2





Use





Detection of objects in material structures or determination of the physical composition of the materials.





N





 

 



Fixed installations (application A)



 



 

 









The transmitter must disconnect from, if the machine is not in operation (running sensor)



 



 

 









The transmitter must be fitted with the TPC with a dynamic range of 10 dB, as described in the harmonised standard EN 302 498-2



 



 

 









The transmitter must be part of a fixed installation



 



 

 

 

 

 



 

 



Not fixed installations (application B)



 



 

 









The transmitter must only be active if it is operated via a non-lockable switch and if it is in the immediate vicinity of the material during processing



 



 

 



– the transmitter must disconnect from, if the machine is not in operation (running sensor)



 





3





Frequency bands





See table 1 in point 3.2 below





N







4





Maximum values for radiated power densities





See table 1 in point 3.2 below





N







5





Authorisation conditions





Can be used without individual authorization for frequency use





N







6





Harmonised standard





A 302 498-2





In







7





References





ECC Decision (07) 01 30. March 2007, as amended on 26. June 2009





In







N = normative







I = informative











3.2 Table 1

Frequency bands and the maximum values of radiated power densities.











Frequency Bands (GHz)













Fixed installations (application A)





Not fixed installations (application B)







Maximum product e. i. r. p-density (dBm/MHz)






Maximum product e. i. r. p-density (dBm/MHz) in the horizon level (-20 to 30 ° elevation)





Maximum product e. i. r. p-density (dBm/MHz)















Under 1.73





-85





-85







1.73-2.2





-65





-70





-70







2.2-2.5





-50





-50







2.5-2.69





-65





-70





-65





 



Note 1



 



Notes 1 and 2







2.69-2.7





-55





-75





-70

Note 3







2.7-2.9





-50





-70





-70







2.9-3.4





-50





-70





-70

Note 1







3.4-3.8





-50





-70





-50





 

 

 



Note 2 and 3







3.8-4.8





-50





-50







4.8-5.0





-55





-75





-55





 

 

 



Note 2 and 3







5.0-5.25





-50





-50







5.25-5.35





-50





-60





-60







5.35-5.60





-50





-50







-5.60 5.65





-50





-65





-65







5.65-5,725





-50





-60





-60







5,725-8.50





-50





-50







8.50-10.6





-65





-65







Over 10.6





-85





-85











Note 1: Equipment using LBT, as described in the harmonised standard EN 302 498-2, and which complies with the requirements of the following table 2 may be used in 2.5-2.69 GHz frequency bands and 2.9-3.4 GHz with maximum product e. i. r. p-density at-50 dBm/MHz.

Note 2: in order to protect other radio services must not fixed installations (application B) adhere to the following requirements for the total radiated power:




1) in 2.5-2.69 GHz frequency bands and 4.8-5 GHz to the total radiated spectral density be 10 dB lower than the indicated maximum e.i.r.p. spectral density

2) in the frequency band 3.4-3.8 GHz the total radiated spectral density be 5 dB lower than the indicated maximum spectral e. i. r. p-density



Note 3: Duty cycle shall not exceed 10% per second

3.3 Table 2

Threshold values for peak effects in connection with LBT feature, which is intended to protect the radio services referred to in the table below.











Frequency bands





Radio service, which must be protected





Peak power threshold







2.5-2.69 GHz





Land mobile services





-50 dBm/MHz







2.9-3.4 GHz





Radio stedbestemmelse





-7 dBm/MHz











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Radio interfaces, as well as relevant laws and regulations can be downloaded from the national IT and Telecom Agency's website: www.itst.dk.

ETSI documents ((in-) ETS'er, EN'er and TBR'er) can be downloaded from the Etsi website: www.etsi.org.

ITU recommendations, etc. can be purchased directly from ITU, Place des Nations, CH-1211 Geneva 20 Tel.: + 41 22 730 5111, fax: + 41 22 733 7256 or www.itu.int.

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ISO/CEN/CENELEC/IEC/DS standards can be purchased from Danish Standard, Kollegievej 6, 2920 Charlottenlund, Tel.: 3996 6101, fax: 3996 6102, or via www.ds.dk.
Official notes 1) in accordance with the provisions of Directive 98/34/EC, which codifies notification procedure 83/189/EEC, this interface is notified to the European Commission under nr. 2009/357/DK.