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GALILEO Green Paper on Satellite Navigation Applications



>From 
http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/energy_transport/galileo/green-paper/index_en.htm 

Document at 
http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/energy_transport/galileo/green-paper/doc/com_2006_gp_galileo_en.pdf


Note 5.5 which reads: 
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5.5. Frequencies
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The international spectrum allocations are done in full compliance with
Regulations of the International Telecommunications Union and, in Europe, with
the Radio Spectrum Decision Safeguarding the frequency spectrum and promoting
the allocation of new frequency bands is a key objective in order to ensure
safe and guaranteed service performance for all users. 

Please note that these issues are also subject to a broader discussion in the
context of the review of the EU regulatory framework for electronic
communications. Continuous performance improvement is dependent on frequency
spectrum allocation.

QUESTION 8: Do you foresee the need for a better coordination of spectrum at
the international and European level? 

Should measures be adopted regarding potential sources of interference?
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Amateur operations in 1260-1300 MHz could be regarded as a potential source of
interference to Galileo.

73 Trevor M5AKA
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