The present document specifies certain minimum technical performance requirements of Aircraft Earth Station (AES)
equipment with both transmit and receive capabilities for provision of aeronautical mobile satellite service, in the
frequency bands given in table 1.
The AES has the following characteristics:
• These AESs are equipment for installation on aircraft.
• The AESs transmit in the 14,00 GHz to 14,50 GHz band receive within the range from 10,70 GHz to
12,75 GHz ("14 GHz"), referred to as "14 GHz AES" in the present document, are operating in one or more
frequency ranges of the Fixed-Satellite Service and Mobile-Satellite Service.
• The AESs transmit in the 12,75 GHz to 13,25 GHz band receive within the range from 10,70 GHz to
12,75 GHz ("13 GHz"), referred to as "13 GHz AES" in the present document, are operating in one or more
frequency ranges of the Fixed-Satellite Service.
NOTE 1: When the term "AES" used in the present document without stating 13 GHz AES or 14 GHz AES, it is a
reference to both 14 GHz AES and 13 GHz AES.
• The AES could consist of a number of modules from the antenna subsystem to the user interfaces.
• The AES uses linear polarization.
• The AES system uses digital modulation.
• The 14 GHz AES operates through a GSO satellite at least 3° away from any other geostationary satellite
operating in the same frequency band and covering the same area.
• The 13 GHz AES operates with a GSO satellite network whose frequency assignments are from the List of
Appendix 30B of the Radio Regulations.
• The antenna of the AES is directional, with means of tracking the satellites, which can be achieved by using
either an active phase array or reflective type configuration.
• These AESs are operating as part of a satellite network used for the distribution and/or exchange of
information between users.
• These AESs are controlled and monitored by a Network Control Facility (NCF). The NCF is outside the scope
of the present document.
• When on the ground, the 14 GHz AES does not transmit at elevation angles below 7° with respect to the local
horizontal plane, except at locations where transmissions below 7° are permitted by the local Administration;
(the minimum elevation angle is also limited as per clause 4.2).
The technical requirements in the present document are in two major categories:
• emission limits: to protect other radio services and systems from harmful interference generated by the AES
in normal use;
• AES Control and Monitoring Functions (CMFs): to protect other radio services and systems from unwanted
transmissions from the AES. The CMF in each AES is capable of answering to commands from the Network
Control Facility (NCF) for its supporting satellite network.
The present document applies to the AESs with their ancillary equipment and its various ports, and when operated
within the boundary limits of the operational environmental profile specified by the manufacturer.
The technical requirements for the 14 GHz AES in regard to the Power Flux Density (PFD) limits to protect Fixed
Service (FS) and Radio Astronomy Service (RAS) are based on annexes B and C of Recommendation ITU-R
M.1643 [5] and ECC Report 26 [i.4]. Furthermore, in relation to the protection of the Fixed Satellite Service (FSS) the
technical requirements of the AES take into account annex A of Recommendation ITU-R M.1643 [5].
The technical requirements for the 13 GHz AES in regards to the PFD limits on earth for the protection of FS are based
on the ECC Decision (19)04 [6].
The present document is intended to cover the provisions of Directive 2014/53/EU [i.7] (RE Directive) article 3.2,
which states that "… radio equipment shall be so constructed that it both effectively and supports the use of radio
spectrum allocated in order to avoid harmful interference".
NOTE 2: The relationship between the present document and essential requirements of article 3.2 of Directive
2014/53/EU [i.7] is given in a

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The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for Global Navigation Satellite
System (GNSS) User Equipment (GUE).
Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) User Equipment (GUE) is capable of operating as part of one or more
RadioNavigation-Satellite Service (RNSS) systems in the RNSS frequency bands given in table 1-1.
Table 1-1: RadioNavigation-Satellite Service (RNSS) frequency bands
RNSS frequency bands Comments
1 164 MHz to 1 300 MHz space-to-Earth
1 559 MHz to 1 610 MHz space-to-Earth
A GUE receives radio signals from one or more GNSS constellation for the purpose of radiodetermination of the
position, velocity and/or other characteristics of an object or the obtaining of information relating to those parameters,
by means of the propagation properties of radio waves. RNSS is defined as "A radiodetermination-satellite service used
for the purpose of radionavigation" (No. 1.43 of the ITU Radio Regulations [i.13]).
The present document applies to all GUE operating in the bands given in table 1-1 with the ability to receive any GNSS
constellation (e.g. BeiDou (BDS), Galileo, Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS), Global Positioning System
(GPS), Space Based Augmentation System (SBAS)).
NOTE: The relationship between the present document and essential requirements of article 3.2 of Directive
2014/53/EU [i.1] is given in annex A.

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The purpose is to define the tests to be performed in order to evaluate the performances of road applications’ GNSS-based positioning terminal (GBPT). To fully define the tests, this task will address the test strategy, the facilities to be used, the test scenarios (e.g. environments and characteristics, which shall allow the comparison of different tests), and the test procedures. The defined tests and process will be validated by performing various in-field tests. The defined tests focus essentially on accuracy, integrity and availability as required in the statement of work included in the invitation to tender.
This document will benefit to:
- The consolidation of EN 16803-1: "Definitions and system engineering procedures for the establishment and assessment of performances"
- The elaboration of EN 16803-2: "Assessment of basic performances of GNSS-based positioning terminals"
- The elaboration of EN 16803-3: "Assessment of security performances of GNSS based positioning terminals".

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The present document, together with ETSI EN 301 489-1 [1], covers the assessment of Receive Only Mobile Earth
Stations (ROMES) and GNSS receivers operating in the RNSS band (ROGNSS), as defined in annex B, and associated
ancillary equipment in respect of ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC).
Technical specifications related to the antenna port and emissions from the enclosure port of ROMES are not included
in the present document. Such technical specifications are found in the relevant product standards for the effective use
of the radio spectrum.
The present document specifies the applicable test conditions, performance assessment and performance criteria for
ROMES and associated ancillary equipment.
ROMESs can have several configurations, including:
• portable equipment;
• fixed equipment;
• a number of modules including a display/control interface to the user.
The performance criteria used in the present document require that the satellite communications system of which the
ROMES is a part provides reliable delivery of data or messages.
In case of differences (for instance concerning special conditions, definitions, abbreviations) between the present
document and ETSI EN 301 489-1 [1], the provisions of the present document take precedence.
The environmental classification and the emission and immunity requirements used in the present document are as
stated in ETSI EN 301 489-1 [1], except for any special conditions included in the present document. The applicable
environments referred to in ETSI EN 301 489-1 [1] where ROMES and or ROGNSS may be used should be declared
by the manufacturer.

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The present document, together with ETSI EN 301 489-1 [1], covers the assessment of Mobile Earth Stations (MES) as
defined in annex B used within Satellite radio services, and ancillary equipment in respect of ElectroMagnetic
Compatibility (EMC).
Technical specifications related to the antenna port and emissions from the enclosure port of the equipment are not
included in the present document. Such technical specifications are found in the relevant product standards for the
effective use of the radio spectrum.
The present document specifies the applicable test conditions, performance assessment and performance criteria for
MESs and for the associated ancillary equipment.
In case of differences (for instance concerning special conditions, definitions, abbreviations) between the present
document and ETSI EN 301 489-1 [1], the provisions of the present document take precedence.
The environmental classification and the emission and immunity requirements used in the present document are as
stated in ETSI EN 301 489-1 [1], except for any special conditions included in the present document. The applicable
environment(s) referred to in ETSI EN 301 489-1 [1] where the MES may be used, should be declared by the
manufacturer.
For a multimode radio station, the present document only applies to the radio station when operated in the Mobile
Satellite Service mode.
NOTE: The relationship between the present document and essential requirements of article 3.1(b) of Directive
2014/53/EU [i.1] is given in annex A.

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The present document applies to the Telemetry, Command and Ranging (TCR) system of Communication Satellites
(geosynchronous or not), operating in the following frequency bands:
• 5 725 MHz to 7 025 MHz uplink, 3 400 MHz to 4 200 MHz and 4 500 MHz to 4 800 MHz downlink
("C-band");
• 12 750 MHz to 13 250 MHz, 13 750 MHz to 14 800 MHz and 17 300 MHz to 18 400 MHz uplink,
10 700 MHz to 12 750 MHz and 13 400 MHz to 13 650 MHz downlink ("Ku-band");
• 27 500 MHz to 30 000 MHz uplink, 17 700 MHz to 20 200 MHz downlink ("Commercial Ka-band").
Although not explicitly addressed in the present document, possible usage in other bands allocated to
FSS/MSS/BSS/SOS between 1 GHz to 51,4 GHz may be envisaged.
The TCR receiver and transmitter can have a frequency flexibility capability over a given RF band, Typical frequency
step is 100 kHz.
The present document sets out the minimum performance requirements and technical characteristics of the
ground/satellite Radio Frequency (RF) interface based on Frequency Modulation (FM), Phase Modulation (PM) and
Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA).
With the growing number of satellites, the co-location constraints and the maximization of bandwidth for
Communications Missions, real and potential interference cases have motivated the elaboration of the present document
for geostationary satellites based on CDMA techniques.
The present document addresses the following applications:
• Telemetry.
• Command (Telecommand).
• Ranging.
• Hosted Payload Management.
The aim of the present document is to replace and enhance the prior document ETSI EN 301 926 [i.2] (V1.2.1). The
present document's provisions also apply for use cases of autonomous control of hosted payloads. It is recognized that
hosted payloads may require only a subset of the functionality.
The present document applies to the typical TCR scenario shown on figure 1. The scenario includes multiple satellites,
which may be located in the same orbital location (GSO), or that can be in common view of a given TCR station during
NGSO phases (such as transfer phase to GEO, or during NGSO operations). These satellites may be controlled by m
different TCR ground stations. The TCR links defined in the present document have also to coexist with the
communication ground terminals also shown on figure 1. Some of the satellites to be controlled may use FM/PM
waveforms, and some may use a CDMA waveform, as defined later in the present document.
The scenario may also include, for some of the satellites, hosted payloads, which can be controlled independently of the
satellite platform and of the main payload.
The present document defines the modulation and coding on the TCR and HPM links. Modulation formats are specified
in clause 4 and coding in clause 7.

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The present document specifies technical characteristics and methods of measurements for Global Navigation Satellite
System (GNSS) User Equipment (GUE).
Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) User Equipment (GUE) is capable of operating as part of one or more
radionavigation-satelliteA GUE receives radio signals from one or more GNSS for the purpose of radiodetermination of the position, velocity,
and/or other characteristics of an object, or the obtaining of information relating to those parameters, by means of the
propagation properties of radio waves. RNSS is defined as "A radiodetermination-satellite service used for the purpose
of radionavigation" (article 1.43 of ITU Radio Regulations [i.13]).
The present document applies to all GUE operating in the bands given in table 1-1 with the ability to receive any GNSS
(e.g. Galileo, Global Positioning System (GPS), BeiDou (BDS), Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS),
Space Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS)).
The present document covers the essential requirements of article 3.2 of Directive 2014/53/EU [i.1] under the
conditions identified in annex A. service (RNSS) systems in the RNSS frequency bands given in table 1-1.

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The present document applies to ODUs for satellite broadcast reception from geostationary satellites in the frequency
band 10,7 GHz to 12,75 GHz. An ODU receives electromagnetic waves from a satellite. It amplifies the receive signal
at low noise, converts it to a lower frequency band and makes it available to the IDU on an interface.
Part of the IDU functionality may be integrated with the ODU. In that case the present document applies only to the
conventional ODU functionality.
The present document contains requirements to demonstrate that radio equipment both effectively uses and supports the
efficient use of radio spectrum in order to avoid harmful interference.

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The present document applies to indoor units (IDUs) for satellite broadcast reception. An indoor unit gets on an input
interface the signal that has been received from satellite and processed by the outdoor unit (ODU). It performs carrier
selection, demodulation, audio and video decoding.
Part of the IDU functionality may be integrated with the ODU. In that case the present document applies to this part of
functionality as well as the remaining part in the IDU.
The indoor unit may be integrated with a domestic television receiver.
The present document contains requirements to demonstrate that radio equipment both effectively uses and supports the
efficient use of radio spectrum in order to avoid harmful interference.

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This Standard specifies a baseline for the attitude and orbit control system requirements to be used in the Project Requirements Document for space applications.
Project requirements documents are included in business agreements, which are agreed between the parties and binding them, at any level of space programmes, as described in ECSS-S-ST-00.
This Standard deals with the attitude and orbit control systems developed as part of a satellite space project. The classical attitude and orbit control systems considered here include the following functions:
•   Attitude estimation
•   Attitude guidance
•   Attitude control
•   Orbit control
•   Orbit estimation, called Navigation in this document, can be part of the function for missions which explicitly require this function
•   Acquisition and maintenance of a safe attitude in emergency cases and return to nominal mission upon command
The present Standard does not cover missions that include the following functions:
•   Real-time on-board trajectory guidance and control
•   Real-time on-board relative position estimation and control
Example of such missions are rendezvous, formation flying, launch vehicles and interplanetary vehicles.
Although the present document does not cover the above mentioned types of mission, it can be used as a reference document for them.
This standard may be tailored for the specific characteristic and constraints of a space project in conformance with ECSS-S-ST-00.

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The present document applies to Land Mobile Earth Stations (LMESs) radio equipment with an EIRP less than or equal to 33 dBW and which have the following characteristics:
- the LMES could be either vehicle mounted or portable equipment;
- these LMESs are controlled and monitored by a Network Control Facility (NCF). The NCF is outside the scope of the present document;
- the LMES operate through geostationary satellites as part of a network providing voice and/or data communications;
- the LMES is capable of operating in any combination of all or any part of the frequency ranges sub-band 1 and sub-band 2 defined in table 1a.
The present document is intended to cover the provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC [1] (R&TTE Directive) Article 3.2 which states that "… radio equipment shall be so constructed that it effectively uses the spectrum allocated to terrestrial/space radio communications and orbital resources so as to avoid harmful interference". In addition to the present document, other ENs that specify technical requirements in respect of essential requirements under other parts of Article 3 of the R&TTE Directive [1] may apply to equipment within the scope of the present document.

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The present document forms the specification for the provision of the interaction channel for GEO satellite interactive networks with fixed Return Channel Satellite Terminals (RCST). The present document facilitates the use of RCSTs for individual or collective installation (e.g. SMATV) in a domestic environment. It also supports the connection of such terminals with in-house data networks. The present document may be applied to all frequency bands allocated to GEO satellite services. The solutions provided for interaction channel for satellite interactive networks are a part of a wide set of alternatives to implement interactive services through Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) systems. The revision accomplished in 2002 provides the means to extend the applicability of the standard to regenerative satellite systems. This revision also allows for reduction in terminal costs without significantly impacting the performance. The revision accomplished in 2004 integrates the DVB-S2 standard for forward link transmission. DVB-S2 is the second generation standard for satellite transmission, which provides higher power and bandwidth efficiency as well as adaptive coding and modulation.

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Return chanel speciufication for satellite applications

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Designed to incorporate the possibility of producing lower cost options for the Return Channel Satellite terminal equipment.

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This together with ETS 300 829 is intended to become a harmonised standard, the reference of which is intended to be published in the Official Journal of the European Communities referencing the EMC Directive. This amendment implements the changes necessary to convert ETS 300 460 into a harmonised standard.

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Revision to Table 4a  to modify the in-band emission limits for new generation of higher data rate MES (e.g. MES with nominated bandwidths in excess of 50 kHz). Correction of harmonic emission limits by correcting the bands in Table 3/ Note 1.

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This EN will cover ECSS E-50 level 3 document, in cooperation with ECSS. ETSI TC SES WG on ECSS, with the help of STF 165, will produce the part of the ECSS standards concerning the communications satellites, which are part of the commercial market. ECSS will produce the part of the ECSS standards concerning mainly Space Agencies programmes. Nevertheless, for synergy reasons a common standard can be envisaged when preparing the standard.

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S-PCN terminals working with Geostationnary Satellites This EN is intended to define the minimum performance requirements and technical characteristics of Mobile Earth Stations (MES) with both transmit and receive capabilities for operation in a Geostationnary Satellite Personal Communication Network (S-PCN). An S-PCN MES may be handheld, portable, vehicle-mounted, host connected, semi-fixed or fixed equipment, or may be an element in a multi-mode terminal; it may consist of a number of modules with associated connections and user interface, or may be a self contained single unit. This EN will specify the requirements of the S-PCN MES element of the terminal operating in one or more of the MSS frequency bands dedicated to geostationnary S-PCNs in the 1,5/1,6 GHz band. The requirements to be defined may cover following two major categories: unwanted emission limits: to protect other radio services from harmful interference generated by the MES in normal use; MES Control and Monitoring Functions (CMF): to protect other radio services from unwanted transmissions from the MES. The CMF in each MES is capable of answering to commands from the Network Control Facilities (NCF) for  the operating  S-PCN.

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This standard has one common requirements part plus specific parts for each of the radio equipment and services.  This harmonised standard under the EMC Directive and article 3.1b of the R&TTE Dirctive.  This does not include EMC requirements for equipment covered by the Marine Equipment Directive.

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The following modifications were performed during the maintenance of 301 443 V1.1.1: 1. Creation of two classes of Control and Monitoring :     - Class A for the existing Control & Monitoring of the EN 301 443 V1.1.1     - Class B for the Control and Monitoring functions copied from EN 301 459 2. Addition of the Up-link Power Control subclause copied from EN 301 459 3. Addition of the Initial Burst subclause copied from EN 301 459 4. Modification of Table 3 for wide band intermediate frequencies systems.

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The following modifications were performed during the maintenance of 301 428 V1.1.1: 1. Creation of two classes of Control and Monitoring :     - Class A for the existing Control & Monitoring of the EN 301 428 V1.1.1     - Class B for the Control and Monitoring functions copied from EN 301 459 2. Addition of the Up-link Power Control subclause copied from EN 301 459 3. Addition of the Initial Burst subclause copied from EN 301 459 4. Modification of Table 3 for wide band intermediate frequencies systems.

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This standard has one common requirements part plus specific parts for each of the radio equipment and services.  This harmonised standard under the EMC Directive and article 3.1b of the R&TTE Dirctive.  This does not include EMC requirements for equipment covered by the Marine Equipment Directive.

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This Harmonised Standard will specify the technical requirements that apply to Mobile Earth Stations (MESs) for compliance with article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC. The Mobile Earth Stations (MESs) have the following characteristics: The MESs will operate in frequency ranges below 1 GHz, which are expected to be allocated to Mobile Satellite Data Services operating in bands below 1 GHz, the use of which is expected to be harmonised through implementation of ERC Decisions accordance with the ITU Radio Regulations to the Mobile Satellite Services; The MESs could be either a based MES (BMES), a vehicle mounted MES (VMES) or a portable MES (PMES); The MESs operate through satellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) as part of a network providing low bit rate data communications; The MESs are controlled and monitored by a Network Control Facility (NCF). The NCF is outside the scope of this Harmonised Standard. The requirements of this Harmonised Standard shall be selected to ensure an adequate level of compatibility with other radio services. This Harmonised Standard does not contain any requirement, recommendation or information about the installation of the MESs Compliance of a MES to the requirements of this Harmonised Standard does not imply that the MES may be used. In conformity with Article 3.2 of Directive 1999/5/EC, the use of such equipment may be subject to licensing terms in conformity with Community law.

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To provide specifications for the standardisation of transmit/receive mobile earth stations in order to ensure general safety & to limit interference to other radio communication systems. Also to provide specifications for the standardisation under the Global Maritime Distress and Safety Systems (GMDSS).

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This ETS covers the assessment of VSAT (ETS 300 159/157/332/333) and SNG (ETS 300 327) transportable earth stations in respect of EMC in residential, commercial and light industrial environment.

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