The CoRaSat Project will produce the following deliverables. Deliverables will be made available on this web site as soon as approved by the Consortium.
 Name  Title Description Expected on (1)
D2.1 Service and Market requirements In this deliverable all relevant market and service requirements are summarised to support the scenario selection and further development tasks. M6
D2.2 Regulatory, Standardisation and Technology framework In this deliverable a consolidated gap analysis of all relevant regulatory, standardization, and technology aspects is summarised stating all necessary aspects to be considered for the scenario selection, and further development and dissemination tasks. M9
D2.3 Scenario Definition and Selection In this deliverable scenarios are defined and selected according to the defined metrics for development in WP3. Descriptions are provided in adequate details to enable an efficient development of the work. M12
D3.1 Technical requirements for cognitive satellite scenarios This deliverable defines the interference model, cognition level and QoS target for each considered scenario. M15
D3.2 Performance evaluation of existing cognitive techniques in satellite context This deliverable evaluates the performance of existing techniques in order to identify shortcomings and provide ideas for improvement. M18
D3.3 Adaptation and design of cognitive techniques for satellite communications This deliverable improves on existing techniques by including novel methods which take into account the satellite communication characteristics. M24
D3.4 Comparative system evaluation and scenario-technique selection This deliverable presents a comparative evaluation of proposed techniques and selects a scenario-technique combination which is promising for demonstration. M30
D3.4 Addendum 1CoRaSat ESOMPsThis deliverable presents the work conducted on the application of cognitive approaches to Earth Stations on Mobile Platforms in Ka-band. M36
D4.1 Proof of Concept Storyboard Proof of concept objectives, scenarios description and expected outcomes M24
D4.2 Test Plan Document Detailed tests description and Test procedure M30
D4.3 Test Set Implementation Test Set Definition document, Test Set Equipment list for primary and secondary channels, and Channel emulator M30
D4.4 Integration and testing CoRaSat Test System description including performance metrics model and how to perform the full test procedure and generate full test report M33
D4.5 Formal Test Demonstration Formal test demonstration and Formal test report M36
D5.1 CoRaSat Technology roadmap
a) interim: M24 
b) final: M36
In this deliverable the key technology for each considered use case is listed and the R&D plan defined. M36
D5.2 Standardisation activity report
a) interim: M24
b) final: M36
This deliverable includes the proposed technical report developed in ETSI taking into account feed backs from ETSI stakeholders. M36
D5.3 Regulatory activity report
a) interim: M24
b) final: M36
In this deliverable the identified adaptations to the regulatory framework are identified and the plan to introduce the changes is defined taking into account feed backs from regulatory stakeholders. M36
D5.4 Dissemination plan This deliverable includes the plan defining the targeted stakeholders and the dissemination objectives, the type of material (flyer, poster, etc.) to be developed, the events targeted, and the project workshop organisation (schedule, event, targeted audience, program). M6
D5.5 Interim dissemination and exploitation activity report This deliverable includes the dissemination materials elaborated, report on raising awareness activities to relevant stakeholders, report about the final workshop, and the initial exploitation plan for each Partner. M24
D5.6 Final dissemination and exploitation activity report This deliverable represents the final version of D5.5 and therefore it includes the final report on dissemination activities performed during the life of the project and the final exploitation plan for each Partner. M36

(1) Project month with reference to the official kick off, i.e., October 1, 2012.