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R M.1452-1 on „Millimetre wave radiocommunication systems for intelligent transport system applications“.

(2)

Most of the proposed amendments are related to Annex 2 of the Recommendation on Short-range automotive radar equipment (SRR) at 77-81 GHz. The removal of the 60-61 GHz band from Annex 1 on Automotive radar equipment at 76-77 GHz and also some amendments for this Annex were proposed.

(3)

The proposal was considered to be in line with the general policy to promote European solutions, in that case the 79 GHz band for SRR, also on ITU level and it was therefore supported by the meeting.

(4)

It was questioned whether the 5.9 GHz band, which has already been designated for ITS in Europe, could also be implemented in the revised Recommendation. Because it was not completely clear whether possibly another ITU-R Recommendation exists which already covers this band, the meeting decided not to implement this band in the CEPT contribution, but to keep that issue in mind for the forthcoming activities on ITU level.

(5)

After some further amendments, the meeting adopted the CEPT contribution to the ITU-R (see Annex 41). Germany will submit the document to WP 5A and WP 5B on behalf of the CEPT.

8Report to the Next ECC Plenary Meeting

It was agreed that the WG FM Chairman would prepare a report based on the conclusions of this meeting and present it to the next ECC Plenary meeting

9WG FM Work Programme & Meeting Schedule

9.1 Work Programme

(1)

Mr. Thomas Weber (ECO) informed the meeting that in cooperation with the chairmen of PTs all work items were incorporated into the ECC work program database http://apps.ero.dk/eccwp/.

(2)

WG FM chairman invited all delegates and chairmen of PTs to review ECC work program database and report about any mistakes or missing information with respect to the working items (WI) of WG FM to Mr. Thomas Weber (ECO) in order to prepare before the ECC meeting in June 2011. After some discussion, WG FM agreed to add into the work item information showing how it was triggered. ECO was asked to reflect this information in the ECC work program database (for example by adding ‘ETSI SRdoc’ or ‘EC Mandate’ to the description of the WI).

9.2 Schedule of Meetings

(3)

WG FM Chairman invited the participants to note the Schedule of Meetings on 2011-2012 and consider possible venues for WG FM meetings in 2013.

(4)

The schedule for future WG FM and Project Team meetings with indicating ECC, ECC PT1 and WRC-12 meetings is as follows:

Meeting

Date

Place

29th ECC

20-24 June 2011

Split, Croatia

14th FM45

28-30 June 2011

Split, Croatia

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