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Regulatory issues for SRDs in 863 – 870 MHz. Presentation Plan Current Rules for SRD in 863 – 870 MHz CEPT EC UK Future activities in the 865 – 868 MHz band EC Decision on RFID 2006/804/EC ETSI Future Plans. CEPT SRD regulations (Voluntary).

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regulatory issues for srds in 863 870 mhz
Regulatory issues for SRDs in 863 – 870 MHz

Presentation Plan

  • Current Rules for SRD in 863 – 870 MHz
    • CEPT
    • EC
    • UK
  • Future activities in the 865 – 868 MHz band
    • EC Decision on RFID 2006/804/EC
    • ETSI Future Plans

Andy Gowans/Mark Austin – OFCOM UK

cept srd regulations voluntary
CEPT SRD regulations (Voluntary)
  • In CEPT countries ECC Recommendation 70-03 applies
    • In some (10) CEPT countries the whole 862 to 870 MHz band is allocated to general SRD use
    • In addition there are a number of different sub-bands with different rules that apply on a national basis across 862 – 870 MHz
    • Each sub band may include additional channel plan and size restrictions.
    • See www.ero.dk for countries implementation of Rec. 70-03

Andy Gowans/Mark Austin – OFCOM UK

ec srd rules mandatory
EC SRD Rules (Mandatory)
  • EC Decision 2006/771/EC mandates SRD use in various sub-bands
    • 868 – 868.6 MHz (25mW:up to 1% duty cycle)
    • 868.7 – 869.2 MHz (25mW:up to 0.1% duty cycle)
    • 869.4 – 869.65 MHz (500mW:up to 10% duty cycle)
    • 869.7 - 870 MHz (5mW:no duty cycle restriction)
    • Each sub band may include additional channel plan and size restrictions

Andy Gowans/Mark Austin – OFCOM UK

uk srd rules
UK SRD Rules
  • In addition to the EC decision UK allow 869.3 – 869.4 MHz (10mW: 10% duty cycle)
  • See UK IR2030 for UK for further details

Andy Gowans/Mark Austin – OFCOM UK

ec decision on rfid 2006 804 ec
EC Decision on RFID 2006/804/EC
  • EC Authorised 865 to 868 MHz for RFID in 2005 – Building on the technical parameters stated in ECC Recommendation 70-03
  • Rules include;
    • Sub-band A: 865-865.6 MHz 100 mW max e.r.p.
    • Sub-band B: 865.6-867.6 MHz 2 W max e.r.p.
    • Sub-band C: 867.6-868 MHz 500 mW max e.r.p.
    • 200 kHz Channels
  • RFID only have been allocated this spectrum in the EC Decision. SRDs are only allocated this spectrum nationally on a voluntary basis in around 10 CEPT countries (Not UK)

Andy Gowans/Mark Austin – OFCOM UK

etsi srd doc for cept
ETSI SRD Doc for CEPT
  • The ETSI groups for SRD and RFID, working together on a Systems Reference Document with a new proposed band plan . (SRDoc)
  • SRDoc will go forward to CEPT where a segmentation of the 865 – 868 MHz band will be studied, giving both SRD low power and RFID higher power apparatus their own bands and consequently remove the need for the stringent politeness restrictions.
  • ETSI believe there are potential benefits to both RFID and SRD communities.
  • For more information see documentation for ETSI ERM TG34

Andy Gowans/Mark Austin – OFCOM UK

questions
Questions

Useful links

  • UK Regs http://www.opsi.gov.uk/si/si2005/20053471.htm
  • R&TTE FAQ http://www.ofcom.org.uk/radiocomms/ifi/tech/RTEE/rtte_faq/
  • ETSI SRDoc http://portal .etsi.org

Any further questions should be sent to andrew.gowans@ofcom.org.uk

Andy Gowans/Mark Austin – OFCOM UK