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Reports

Rep NumberTitleEffective DateFile
RES ALLAll SFCG Reports combined into one zip file (MS Office format) - 57.9 MB23 October, 2017 All SFCG Reports combined into one zip file (MS Office format) - 57.9 MB
Rep_ALLAll SFCG Reports combined into a single PDF file13 September, 2017 All SFCG Reports combined into a single PDF file
REP 29-1R1Guidelines for Interference Risk Assessment between Earth Observation Satellites in the Band 8025-8400 MHz20 June, 2012 Guidelines for Interference Risk Assessment between Earth Observation Satellites in the Band 8025-8400 MHzGuidelines for Interference Risk Assessment between Earth Observation Satellites in the Band 8025-8400 MHz
REP 30-1Spectrum Requirements for Planned SRS Uplinks14 July, 2010 Spectrum Requirements for Planned SRS UplinksSpectrum Requirements for Planned SRS Uplinks
REP 31-1R3Out-of-Band (OOB) Emission Measurement Data for Active Sensors in EESS (Active)13 September, 2017 Out-of-Band (OOB) Emission Measurement Data for Active Sensors in EESS (Active)Out-of-Band (OOB) Emission Measurement Data for Active Sensors in EESS (Active)
REP 32-1R2Passive Sensor Filter Characteristics11 June, 2014 Passive Sensor Filter CharacteristicsPassive Sensor Filter Characteristics
REP 32-2R1Sharing between RNSS and EESS (Active) in the 1215-1300 MHz Band3 July, 2013 Sharing between RNSS and EESS (Active) in the 1215-1300 MHz BandSharing between RNSS and EESS (Active) in the 1215-1300 MHz Band
REP 33-1R1Interference Potential From Earth Exploration Satellite Service (Active) Scatterometer and SAR into ARNS Systems in 1215-1300 MHz Band13 September, 2017 Interference Potential From Earth Exploration Satellite Service (Active) Scatterometer and SAR into ARNS Systems in 1215-1300 MHz BandInterference Potential From Earth Exploration Satellite Service (Active) Scatterometer and SAR into ARNS Systems in 1215-1300 MHz Band
REP 33-2Typical Technical and Operating Characteristics for Spaceborne Radar Sounder Systems Using the 40-50 MHz Band3 July, 2013 Typical Technical and Operating Characteristics for Spaceborne Radar Sounder Systems Using the 40-50 MHz BandTypical Technical and Operating Characteristics for Spaceborne Radar Sounder Systems Using the 40-50 MHz Band
REP 34-1R1Worst Case Interference Levels From 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 Band14 June, 2016 Worst Case Interference Levels From 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 BandAnalysis of Worst Case Interference of RLS into EESS (active) in 35 GHz band
REP 34-2R2Global RFI survey on EESS L-band Sensors (Active and Passive)13 September, 2017 Global RFI survey on EESS L-band Sensors (Active and Passive)Global RFI survey on EESS L-band Sensors (Active and Passive)
REP 37-1Analysis of Worst Case RFI Levels into EESS active from 432 MHz to 238 GHz13 September, 2017 Analysis of Worst Case RFI Levels into EESS active from 432 MHz to 238 GHzAnalysis of Worst Case RFI Levels into EESS active from 432 MHz to 238 GHz
REP 37-2Technical Info of EESS Active Sensors13 September, 2017 Technical Info of EESS Active SensorsTechnical Info of EESS Active Sensors