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					                 ASIA-PACIFIC TELECOMMUNITY
                 The 11th Meeting of the APT Wireless Group (AWG-11)             Document
                                                                                 AWG-11/INP-90
                 14 – 17 September 2011, Chiang Mai, Thailand                    14 September 2011



                    RESPONSE TO THE AWG QUESTIONNAIRES

                                                 by

                                             Sri Lanka


                                          Attachment 1



     1. Name of the Administration:            SRI LANKA



     2. Contact Person:        Mr. R.G.H.K. Ranatunga, Deputy Director/Spectrum
        Management, Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka




     3. Question :
        What is your regulatory status for the frequency bands specified in the Preliminary draft
        new Recommendation ITU-R SM.[SRD]?

           Please describe your status (available, not available, or not available yet) or make a
           remark if you have other condition in the column of APT Member’s notes as the table.

           Korean examples in the APT Member’s notes are just provided to help APT Members’
           understandings.




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                                                 AWG-11/INP-90
        The Answer Table of APT Members’ notes to the frequency bands
                   specified in the PDNR ITU-R SM.[SRD]


              Preliminary draft new Recommendation ITU-R SM.[SRD]                             [Regulatory
  Frequency band            Typical Applications        ITU-R Recommendation                  Status]
                                                              and Notes                 APT Members’ Notes


9-148.5 kHz             Inductive applications e.g.                                   (KOR) Available
                        RFID for
                         Automotive                                                  ( CLN) Can make available
                         Livestock, animal ID and
                          rare species
                         Item management
                         Data carrier tooling
                         Manufacturing
                        automation
                         Access control, parking
                         Electronic article
                          surveillance EAS
                         Moving object detection
                        Active medical implants
148.5-315 kHz           Active medical implants                                       (KOR) Not available yet
                                                                                      (CLN) Not available yet


3 155-3 400 kHz         Inductive applications e.g.:   ITU-R M.1076                   (KOR) Not available yet
                         EAS                          RR No. 5.116                   ( CLN) Can make available
                         Hearing aids (see note)
6 765-6 795 kHz         Inductive applications e.g.:   ISM band (RR No. 5.138)        (KOR) Not available yet
                         RFID, ticketing, public      Centre frequency 6 780 kHz     ( CLN) Can make available
                        transport
7 400-8 800 kHz         Inductive applications e.g.:   [This band may not be          (KOR) Not available yet
                         EAS                          completely available in some   ( CLN) Can make available
                                                       countries. See national
                                                       regulations.]
13.553-13.567 MHz       Inductive applications e.g.    ISM band (RR No. 5.150)        (KOR) Available
                        RFID for                       Centre frequency               ( CLN) Can make available
                         Passports and ID cards       13.560 MHz
                         Public transportation
                          ticket readers               Level of sideband
                         Blood or medicines           suppression is dependent on
                        tracking                       national regulations
                           Library systems (digital
                            ISBN number)
                         Access control
                         Item labelling,
                        management


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          Preliminary draft new Recommendation ITU-R SM.[SRD]                                  [Regulatory
  Frequency band        Typical Applications          ITU-R Recommendation                     Status]
                                                            and Notes                   APT Members’ Notes


26.957-27.283 MHz   Non-specific SRDs e.g.           ISM band (RR No. 5.150)          (KOR) Available
                     Remote control                 Centre frequency 27 120 kHz      ( CLN) Can make available
40.66-40.7 MHz      Non-specific SRDs e.g.:          ISM band (RR No. 5.150)          (KOR) Available
                     Remote control                 Centre frequency                 ( CLN) Can make available
                                                     40.68 MHz
                     Medical telemetry
312-315 MHz         Non-specific SRDs e.g.:          The whole of these bands can     (KOR) Not available
                     Automotive applications        be considered as a tuning        ( CLN) Not available
                                                     range.
                     Keyless car entry
                                                     These bands are
                     Fleet / Freight container      exchangeable in terms of
                      management (RFID)              applications but not always
                                                     available at the same time in
                                                     one country
                                                     However, they may not be
                                                     completely available in some
                                                     countries. See national
                                                     regulations.
433.05-434.79 MHz                                    433.05-434.79 MHz is a ISM       (KOR) Only 433.67-434.17
                                                     band (RR No. 5.138 in            MHz for RFID of container
                                                     Region 1) except for             management and
                                                     countries mentioned in RR        433.795-434.045 MHz for
                                                     No. 5.280                        Automotive applications
                                                     Centre frequency                 and Keyless Car entry
                                                     433.92 MHz                       ( CLN) Can make available
401-402 MHz                                                                           (KOR) Not available yet
                                                                                      ( CLN) Not available yet
402-405 MHz         Active medical implants and      ITU-R RS.1346                    (KOR) Available
                    associated peripherals                                            ( CLN) Not available yet
405-406 MHz                                                                           (KOR) Not available yet
                                                                                      ( CLN) Not available yet
862-875 MHz          Non-specific SRDs              This band is not available for   (KOR) Not available
                                                     SRDs in a number of
                     RFID in logistics, supply                                       (CLN)
                                                     countries due to the use by
                      chain, air-line luggage                                         Following
                                                     commercial mobile systems
                      control, pallets, returnable                                    frequency/frequency band
                      transport items, product                                        available
                      itemization, freight                                            868 MHz – RFID
                      container management                                            868 – 869 MHz RFID Tags
                     RFID for retail stores
                      such as: inventory taking,
                      RFID enabled checkout or
                      self checkout, customer
                      interaction applications,
                      intelligent shelves and
                      mirrors, EAS systems




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           Preliminary draft new Recommendation ITU-R SM.[SRD]                                 [Regulatory
  Frequency band          Typical Applications          ITU-R Recommendation                   Status]
                                                              and Notes                  APT Members’ Notes


875-960 MHz              Non-specific SRDs            902-928 MHz is an ISM band      (KOR) Only 917-923.5
                                                       in Region 2                     MHz for Non-specific
                       RFID in logistics, supply
                                                       (RR No. 5.150)                  SRDs and RFID and 925-
                        chain, air-line luggage
                                                       Centre frequency 915 MHz        932 MHz for Wireless
                        control, pallets, returnable
                                                                                       Microphone.
                        transport items, product
                        itemization, freight
                        container management           The whole band can be
                                                                                       (CLN)
                                                       considered as a tuning range.
                       RFID for retail stores                                         Following frequency band
                                                       However, it may not be
                        such as: inventory taking,                                     available
                                                       completely available in some
                        RFID enabled checkout                                          920 –924 MHz RFID Tags
                                                       countries. See national
                        or self checkout,              regulations.
                        customer interaction
                        applications, intelligent
                        shelves and mirrors, EAS       The band 880-960 MHz is
                        systems                        not available for SRDs in a
                                                       number of countries due to
                                                       the use by commercial
                                                       mobile systems
[2 400-2 483.5 MHz]    RFID                           2 400-2 500 is a ISM band       (KOR) Available
                                                       (RR No. 5.150)
                       Real-time locating                                             ( CLN) Available
                        systems (RTLS)                 Centre frequency
                                                       2 450 MHz
                       Tracking of freight
                      containers                       One of the main bands for
                                                       wideband data transmission
                       Wideband data
                      transmission
                       Non-specific SRDs


[5 150-5 350 MHz      [ Wideband data                 [ITU-R M.1652]                  (KOR) Available except
5 470-5 725 MHz]      transmission]                    [These two bands are            5650-5725 MHz
                                                       allocated to mobile service     ( CLN) Available
                                                       and can only be used by
                                                       RLANs with the conditions
                                                       set forth in [Resolution 229
                                                       (WRC-03)] Any SRD is not
                                                       allowed to use these bands.]
5 725-5 875 MHz        Non-specific SRDs              ISM band (RR No. 5.150)         (KOR) Available except
                                                                                       5825-5875MHz
                       Wideband data                  Centre frequency 5 800 MHz
                      transmission                     One of the main bands for       ( CLN) Available
                                                       wideband data transmission
24.00-24.25 GHz       Non-specific SRDs                ISM band (RR No. 5.150)         (KOR) Available except
                                                       Centre frequency                24-24.05 GHz
                                                       24.125 GHz                      ( CLN) Can make available




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            Preliminary draft new Recommendation ITU-R SM.[SRD]                         [Regulatory
  Frequency band         Typical Applications     ITU-R Recommendation                  Status]
                                                        and Notes                 APT Members’ Notes


61.0-61.5 GHz         Non-specific SRDs          ISM band (RR No. 5.138)        (KOR) Available
                                                 Centre frequency 61.25 GHz     expanding to 57-64 GHz
                                                                                ( CLN) Can make available
76-77 GHz              For pulsed radar only                                   (KOR) Available
                                                                                ( CLN) Can make available
122-123 GHz           Non-specific SRDs          ISM band (RR No. 5.138)        (KOR) Not available yet
                                                 Centre frequency 122.5 GHz     ( CLN) Can make available
                                                 This band may not be
                                                 completely available in some
                                                 countries. See national
                                                 regulations.
244-246 GHz           Non-specific SRDs          ISM band (RR No. 5.138)        (KOR) Not available yet
                                                 Centre frequency 245 GHz       ( CLN) Can make available
                                                 This band may not be
                                                 completely available in some
                                                 countries. See national
                                                 regulations.

 Notes :

 Can make available means specified band can be made available for SRD applications

 Not Available yet means can be made available if suitable provisions are made in RR




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Attachment 2

QUESTIONNAIRE FOR APT REPORT ON STATUS OF INTRODUCTION,
 APPLICATION, ISSUES AND TECHNOLOGY FOR SHORT RANGE DE
                       VICES (SRDS)


Replying Administration: SRI LANKA

Contact Point: Mr. R.G.H.K.Ranatunga, Deputy Director/Spectrum Management,
Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri Lanka


1. Introduction
Which devices with SRD connectivity have been already introduced in your country?
No      Device name                                                                    Situation1
                                                                                       3. very popular
                                                                                       2. popular
                                                                                       1. rare
                                                                                       0. no
1       Desktop PC with wireless connection                                            3        2        1      0
2       Notebook PC with wireless connection                                           3        2        1      0
3       Smartphone with short range radiocommunication system                          3        2        1      0
4       Tablet computers                                                               3        2        1      0
5       Game                                                                           3        2        1      0
6       e-book                                                                         3        2        1      0
7       Digital Device (camera, camcorder etc.)                                        3        2        1      0
8       Audio-Visual for home (video transmission etc.)                                3        2        1      0
9       Portable audio                                                                 3        2        1      0
10      Mobile router (3G to WiFi etc.)                                                3        2        1      0
11      Wireless Access Point for home usage                                           3        2        1      0
12      Wireless peripheral devices (headphone, keyboard, mouse)                       3        2        1      0
13      Cordless phone (2.4GHz, others)                                                3        2        1      0
14      Wireless sensor network                                                        3        2        1      0
15      Medical equipment with short range wireless connection                         3        2        1      0
16      Healthcare                                                                     3        2        1      0
17      Security camera                                                                3        2        1      0
18      POS (Point Of Sales) system with wireless connection                           3        2        1      0
19      Femtocell                                                                      3        2        1      0
20      Wireless microphone                                                            3        2        1      0
21      Others (please specify the detail below)                                       3        2        1      0


2. Applications
Which applications have been used in your country? Are they popular in your country?

2-1 Hotspot service
        Device name                                                                    Situation
                                                                                       3. very popular

1
    “very popular”: most of people are using or rely on the devices/services.
    “popular”: many people are using the devices/services and it is easy to find them.
     “rare”: some people are using or the devices/services do exist but it is not easy to find them.
     “no”: No such devices/services are used or exist in your country.

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                                                                  2. popular
                                                                  1. rare
                                                                  0. no
1    Train station                                                3        2        1        0
2    Airport                                                      3        2        1        0
3    On the train                                                 3        2        1        0
4    Airplane                                                     3        2        1        0
5    Vehicle (Taxi, bus etc.)                                     3        2        1        0
6    Café                                                         3        2        1        0
7    Bookstore                                                    3         2        1        0
8    Shopping Center                                              3         2         1      0
9    Museum                                                       3         2         1       0
10   Hospital                                                     3         2         1       0
11   School (primary school, high school, university etc.)        3         2         1      0
12   Public Office                                                3         2         1       0
13   Outdoor (town etc.)                                          3         2         1       0
14   Other (please specify the detail below                       3         2        1       0



2-2 Content download service via SRD connection
     Content                                                      Situation
                                                                  3. very popular
                                                                  2. popular
                                                                  1. rare
                                                                  0. no
1    Music                                                        3         2        1       0
2    Movie                                                        3         2        1       0
3    Game                                                         3         2        1       0
4    Book                                                         3         2        1       0
5    Picture                                                      3         2        1       0
6    Shopping Coupon                                              3         2        1       0
7    Others (please specify the detail below)                     3         2        1       0


3. Issues
Is there any issues related to SRD radiocommunication system?
     Issues                                                       Situatioin
                                                                  3. very popular
                                                                  2. popular
                                                                  1. rare
                                                                  0. no
1    Congestion of frequency band                                 3         2        1       0
2    Security                                                     3         2        1       0
3    Performance (data rate, latency)                             3         2        1       0
4    Interference between SRD and other system                    3         2        1       0
5    Others (please specify the detail below)                     3         2        1       0


4. New Technologies
In your country, do you have any R&D activities of SRD related technologies?
Yes No

If yes, please put the summary of the activities.


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