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Res NumberTitleEffective DateFile
RES 5-9R1Protection of Frequency Bands Allocated to Passive Sensing and Radio Astronomy4 October, 2001 Protection of Frequency Bands Allocated to Passive Sensing and Radio AstronomyProtection of Frequency Bands Allocated to Passive Sensing and Radio Astronomy
RES 5-10R1Interference to Data Collection Systems Operating in the 401-403 MHz Frequency Band Allocated to the Meteorological-Satellite Service and the Earth Exploration-Satellite Service17 September, 1998 Interference to Data Collection Systems Operating in the 401-403 MHz Frequency Band Allocated to the Meteorological-Satellite Service and the Earth Exploration-Satellite ServiceInterference to Data Collection Systems Operating in the 401-403 MHz Frequency Band Allocated to the Meteorological-Satellite Service and the Earth Exploration-Satellite Service
RES 14-1R2Use of the Inter-Satellite Service (ISS) 23 GHz Band20 October, 2005 Use of the Inter-Satellite Service (ISS) 23 GHz BandUse of the Inter-Satellite Service (ISS) 23 GHz Band
RES 14-3R1Microwave Powered High Altitude Relay Platforms15 December, 1995 Microwave Powered High Altitude Relay PlatformsMicrowave Powered High Altitude Relay Platforms
RES 15-2R4Suitable Allocations for Radio Astronomy Observations in Space4 October, 2001 Suitable Allocations for Radio Astronomy Observations in SpaceSuitable Allocations for Radio Astronomy Observations in Space
RES 15-5R2Wind Profiler Radar Systems in the Bands Near 1000 MHz17 September, 1998 Wind Profiler Radar Systems in the Bands Near 1000 MHzWind Profiler Radar Systems in the Bands Near 1000 MHz
RES 16-1R3Sharing between Data Relay Satellite and Proximity Link Communication Systems and High Population Density Point-to-Multipoint Fixed Systems in the Vicinity of 26 GHz4 October, 2001 Sharing between Data Relay Satellite and Proximity Link Communication Systems and High Population Density Point-to-Multipoint Fixed Systems in the Vicinity of 26 GHzSharing between Data Relay Satellite and Proximity Link Communication Systems and High Population Density Point-to-Multipoint Fixed Systems in the Vicinity of 26 GHz
RES 17-1R2Protection of Space Science Services from Terrestrial Service Systems in the Band 2025-2110 MHz and 2200-2290 MHz23 September, 2004 Protection of Space Science Services from Terrestrial Service Systems in the Band 2025-2110 MHz and 2200-2290 MHzProtection of Space Science Services from Terrestrial Service Systems in the Band 2025-2110 MHz and 2200-2290 MHz
RES 18-5SFCG Software Guidelines17 September, 1998 SFCG Software GuidelinesSFCG Software Guidelines
RES 19-1Efficient Use of Spectrum in the 25.5 - 27 GHz and 37-38 GHz Bands15 September, 1999 Efficient Use of Spectrum in the 25.5 - 27 GHz and 37-38 GHz BandsEfficient Use of Spectrum in the 25.5 - 27 GHz and 37-38 GHz Bands
RES 19-6R1EESS Active Sensing Requirements Above 100 GHz16 November, 2000 EESS Active Sensing Requirements Above 100 GHzEESS Active Sensing Requirements Above 100 GHz
RES 19-7R4Use of the 7750-7900 MHz Band by Non-Geostationary Meteorological Satellites11 June, 2014 Use of the 7750-7900 MHz Band by Non-Geostationary Meteorological SatellitesUse of the 7750-7900 MHz Band by Non-Geostationary Meteorological Satellites
RES 20-2R3Optical Communications3 July, 2013 Optical CommunicationsOptical Communications
RES 20-3Protection of RNSS in the 1559-1610 MHz Band16 November, 2000 Protection of RNSS in the 1559-1610 MHz BandProtection of RNSS in the 1559-1610 MHz Band
RES 21-2R4Requirements, Performance, and Protection Criteria for EESS (Passive) Sensors3 July, 2013 Requirements, Performance, and Protection Criteria for EESS (Passive) SensorsRequirements, Performance, and Protection Criteria for EESS (Passive) Sensors
RES 21-3R4Protection of EESS Sensors (Active and Passive) from Ultra Wideband Device and Short Range Device Emissions4 August, 2015 Protection of EESS Sensors (Active and Passive) from Ultra Wideband Device and Short Range Device EmissionsProtection of EESS Sensors (Active and Passive) from Ultra Wideband Device and Short Range Device Emissions
RES 23-2R1Use of Synthetic Aperture Radars in the Band 5250-5570 MHz3 July, 2013 Use of Synthetic Aperture Radars in the Band 5250-5570 MHzUse of Synthetic Aperture Radars in the Band 5250-5570 MHz
RES 23-3Use of the Allocation for EESS (active) in the Band 432-438 MHz25 September, 2003 Use of the Allocation for EESS (active) in the Band 432-438 MHzUse of the Allocation for EESS (active) in the Band 432-438 MHz
RES 23-5Protection of Future Radio Astronomy Observations in the Shielded Zone of the Moon25 September, 2003 Protection of Future Radio Astronomy Observations in the Shielded Zone of the MoonProtection of Future Radio Astronomy Observations in the Shielded Zone of the Moon
RES 24-1R1Interference Mitigation Techniques for Future Systems Planning to Operate in the 2200-2290 MHz Band30 September, 2007 Interference Mitigation Techniques for Future Systems Planning to Operate in the 2200-2290 MHz BandInterference Mitigation Techniques for Future Systems Planning to Operate in the 2200-2290 MHz Band
RES 24-2Use of the Allocation for EESS (active) in the Band 94 - 94.1 GHz23 September, 2004 Use of the Allocation for EESS (active) in the Band 94 - 94.1 GHzUse of the Allocation for EESS (active) in the Band 94 - 94.1 GHz
RES 27-1Interference Mitigation Techniques for Future Systems Planning to Operate in the 2025-2110 MHz Band30 September, 2007 Interference Mitigation Techniques for Future Systems Planning to Operate in the 2025-2110 MHz BandInterference Mitigation Techniques for Future Systems Planning to Operate in the 2025-2110 MHz Band
RES 29-1Passive Bands of Interest above 275 GHz11 June, 2009 Passive Bands of Interest above 275 GHzPassive Bands of Interest above 275 GHz
RES 30-1Basic General Partitioning and Sharing Conditions for the Band 401 - 403 MHz for Future Long-Term Coordinated Use of Data Collection Systems on Geostationary and Non-Geosstationary Metsat and EESS Systems15 July, 2010 Basic General Partitioning and Sharing Conditions for the Band 401 - 403 MHz for Future Long-Term Coordinated Use of Data Collection Systems on Geostationary and Non-Geosstationary Metsat and EESS SystemsBasic General Partitioning and Sharing Conditions for the Band 401 - 403 MHz for Future Long-Term Coordinated Use of Data Collection Systems on Geostationary and Non-Geosstationary Metsat and EESS Systems
RES 36-1R2SFCG Objectives for World Radiocommunication Conferences30 August, 2018 SFCG Objectives for World Radiocommunication ConferencesSFCG Objectives for World Radiocommunication Conferences