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IEEE 802.18-08-0056-00-0000 Submission Sept 2008 Michael Lynch, Nortel Networks Slide 1 ITU-R Regulatory Background Date: 2008-08-29 Authors:

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1 IEEE Submission Sept 2008 Michael Lynch, Nortel Networks Slide 1 ITU-R Regulatory Background Date: Authors:

2 doc.: IEEE Submission Sept 2008 Michael Lynch, Nortel Networks ITU-R Regulatory Background

3 doc.: IEEE Submission Sept 2008 Michael Lynch, Nortel Networks In the beginning….. At WARC-92, WRC-00 and WRC-07 Member States (MS) identified spectrum for a new concept in mobile technology –FPLMTS, later called IMT-2000, now simply IMT –Some MS wanted an allocation – others identification Both relate to regulating spectrum –The identification had support from Sector Members (SM) and the private sector – but was a MS decision

4 doc.: IEEE Submission Sept 2008 Michael Lynch, Nortel Networks Then….. Having identified spectrum for what is now IMT the MS began a process to identify requirements –The system requirements are developed in ITU-R groups (TG8/1, WP8F, now WP5D) established by MS Approvals done by MS albeit with SM and private sector support Work, technical or otherwise, is done by experts – their end documents are studied and agreed by MS

5 doc.: IEEE Submission Sept 2008 Michael Lynch, Nortel Networks The next step….. Having developed the requirements the MS set about the technology selection process –Technologies were required to meet the system requirements –The judgment that they met the requirements, and inclusion in an ITU-R Recommendation, was an action of the MS –SM and private sector experts participated in the work – the final decisions were by the MS

6 doc.: IEEE Submission Sept 2008 Michael Lynch, Nortel Networks MS expectations….. The end goal of the MS in identifying spectrum and technologies for FPLMTS/IMT-2000/IMT was to improve their economies and the well being of their citizens –That goal is a MS sovereign right and obligation –SM and the private sector also benefited but the goal was the benefit of the MS and their citizens –MS actions regarding FPLMTS/IMT-2000/IMT are for the benefit of the MS and hence have a regulatory/legal nature

7 doc.: IEEE Submission Sept 2008 Michael Lynch, Nortel Networks So today….. The current process is to identify new technology for IMT –It is simply a continuation of the process the MS sanctioned and approved when work on FPLMTS began –The ITU-R has never been an SDO – the ITU is an intergovernmental organization –The inclusion of any technology into M.1457 carries with it the acceptance of the MS that the technology meets the goals for which the spectrum was identified

8 doc.: IEEE Submission Sept 2008 Michael Lynch, Nortel Networks This means….. This is all regulatory in nature since the goal of the MS is that the identified spectrum, a resource of each sovereign MS, is used to the best advantage of that State –The MS are the ones that regulate the use of that spectrum –Anything that impacts the use of that spectrum is regulatory in nature –It started with FPLMTS, we are now at IMT – nothing has changed in the process


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