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International Telecommunication Union ITU and the Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) Fabio LEITE Deputy-Director ITU Radiocommunication Bureau Training.

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1 International Telecommunication Union ITU and the Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) Fabio LEITE Deputy-Director ITU Radiocommunication Bureau Training on Enhanced Collaboration with the ITU for Central and Eastern European Administrations Geneva, 26 January 2009

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3 WRS-08 Committed to Connecting the World 1906 (Berlin) International Radiotelegraph Convention (1 st Radio Regulations) 1927 (Washington DC) CCIR (International Radio Consultative Committee) 1932 (Madrid) Telegraph & Radiotelegraph Conventions merged: the International Telegraph Union became the International Telecommunication Union 1947 (Atlantic City) IFRB (International Frequency Registration Board) ITU as UN specialized agency 1992 (Geneva) ITU-R (Radiocommunication Sector ): RRB (Radio Regulations Board) BR (Radiocommunication Bureau) years of ITU Radio Regulations ITU-R history in brief

4 WRS-08 Committed to Connecting the World 4 In implementing this mission, the actions in ITU-R aim at creating the conditions for harmonized development and efficient operation of existing and new radiocommunication systems, taking due account of all parties concerned. ITU-R mission Role conducted through (inter alia): World and Regional Radio- communication Conferences Radiocommunication Study Groups Radio Regulations Board Radiocommunication Bureau To ensure rational, equitable, efficient and economical use of the radio-frequency spectrum by all radiocommunication services, including those using satellite orbits, and to carry out studies and adopt recommendations on radiocommunication matters.

5 WRS-08 Committed to Connecting the World 5 CPM:Conference Preparatory Meeting MIFR: Master International Frequency Registry RA:Radiocommunication Assembly RAG:Radiocommunication Advisory Group Rec:Recommendations (international voluntary standards) WRC RA SG & SC CPM RoP:Rules of Procedure RR:Radio Regulations (treaty status) RRB:Radio Regulations Board SG:Study Groups WRC:World Radiocommunication Conference Radiocommunication Bureau SPACE & TERRESTRIAL services Technical examinations Draft RoP Harm. Interf. Director SSDTSDIAPSGD MIFR Findings RRB RAG ITU-R structure & activities Rec RoP RR

6 WRS-08 Committed to Connecting the World 6 Updates the Radio Regulations (treaty status) Spectrum Allocation Notification procedures Administrative and operational procedures Adopts Resolutions Held every 3-4 years WRC World Radiocommunication Conference WRC

7 WRS-08 Committed to Connecting the World 7 Radio Regulations (RR) The Radio Regulations (international treaty) incorporates the decisions of the World Radiocommunication Conferences, including all Appendices, Resolutions, Recommendations and ITU-R Recommendations incorporated by reference. Frequency block allocations to defined radio services (Article 5) Mandatory or voluntary regulatory procedures (coordination, plan modification, notification, recording) that are adapted to the allocation structure

8 WRS-08 Committed to Connecting the World 8 Approves Rules of Procedure to facilitate the application of the Radio Regulations Considers cases of harmful interference & appeals against BR decisions on frequency assignment Part-time elected members & max. 4 meetings/year RRB Radio Regulations Board (RRB)

9 WRS-08 Committed to Connecting the World 9 12 RRB members elected by PP (Antalya, 2006) Region A (Americas) Ms. J. ZOLLER (USA) (Chairman) Mr. R. JONES (Canada) Region B (Western Europe) Ms. M. LIMODIN (France) Mr. M. ZILINSKAS(Lithuania) Region C (Eastern Europe) Mr. W. MORON (Poland) Mr. B. NURMATOV(Kyrgyz Rep.) Region D (Africa) Mr. H. LEBBADI (Morocco) Mr. S. TAYLOR (Nigeria) Mr. A. ZOURMBA (Cameroon) Region E (Asia and Australasia) Mr. P. GARG(India) Mr. S. MALIK (Pakistan) Mr. A. EBADI (Malaysia) (Vice-Chairman) Radio Regulations Board (RRB)

10 WRS-08 Committed to Connecting the World 10 Coordination and recording procedures for space systems and earth stations: capture, processing and publication of data and examination of frequency assignment notices submitted by administrations for inclusion in the formal coordination procedures or recording in the Master International Frequency Register (MIFR). Procedures for space related assignment or allotment plans Assistance to administrations on all of the above issues WRC Space Services

11 TRANSMITTING EARTH STATION RECEIVING EARTH STATION INTERFERENCE TERRESTRIAL STATION GSO SATELLITES Non-GSO SATELLITES Interference free operation RR Control of interference

12 WRS-08 Committed to Connecting the World 12 MSPACEg SPSSPS CaptureCapture GIMSGIMS GIBC (AP7, AP8, PFD) (AP7, AP8, PFD) GIBC (AP7, AP8, PFD) (AP7, AP8, PFD)exported ascii text exported SpaceQrySpaceQry SNSSNS IFICIFIC SpaceCapSpaceCap SpaceValSpaceVal exportGXTexportGXT SpacePubSpacePub Local DB GIMS DB IFICTSUMIFICTSUM SpaceComSpaceCom Plans graphics publications batch query & extract validation capture comments Space Services Software

13 WRS-08 Committed to Connecting the World 13 Regulatory and Technical Functions Broadcasting / Fixed and Mobile / Maritime Mobile / Aeronautical Mobile Terrestrial Plans AP25, AP26, AP27, ST61, GE75, RJ81, GE84, GE85M, GE85N, RJ88, GE89, GE06 HF Broadcasting (Art.12) Administrative and Operational Procedures International means of identification - all sign series / maritime identification digits / blocks of selective call sign numbers Service Documents -Ship stations / coast stations / radio determination / call signs / MARS, etc Harmful interference & monitoring programs Terrestrial Services Committed to Connecting the World

14 WRS-08 Committed to Connecting the World 14 WRC-07 ( ) -30 agenda items, 3100 proposals, 2800 del.! -almost all services (terrestrial: FS, MS, BS, Amat.S, RAS, RLS, space: FSS, BSS, MSS, EESS, SRS, SO, MetSat, Amat.Sat) -several applications: IMT, HAPS, HF, GMDSS WRC-11 ( or ) -33 agenda items, -again almost all services (terrestrial: RLS, AM(R)S, passive S, FS, BS, MS, Maritime MS, Amat.S, space: AMS(R)S, SRS, BSS, MSS, MetAids, RDSS, MetSat) and other issues (Res.951, SRDs, Cognitive Radio) -and many applications and systems : UAS, ENG, HAPS, oceanographic radar, … WRC-07 & WRC-11

15 WRS-08 Committed to Connecting the World 15 BR International Frequency Information Circular (IFIC) Space Radiocommunication Stations on DVD-ROM Radio Regulations Service documents ITU-R Recommendations Online subscriptions CD/DVD-ROM Paper Handbooks ITU-R Publications

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