Presentation on theme: "Overview of Working Party 8A (WP 8A) José M. Costa Chairman, Working Party 8A ITU-R Study Group 8 Seminar on Tomorrows."— Presentation transcript:
Overview of Working Party 8A (WP 8A) José M. Costa Chairman, Working Party 8A E-mail: email@example.com ITU-R Study Group 8 Seminar on Tomorrows Technological Innovations related to WRC-07, Geneva, CH, 9 September 2004.
Outline Scope of WP 8A Structure of WP 8A WP 8A contribution to WRC-07 preparations Overview of Session 1
Scope of Working Party 8A WP 8A is responsible for studies related to the land mobile service, excluding IMT-2000, and to the amateur and amateur-satellite services.
Structure of Working Party 8A GroupTitleQuestions../8Chair / Rapporteur WG 1Amateur services48, 209Paul Rinaldo, USA WG 2Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) 51, 205Paul Najarian, USA WG 3Public protection, trunking and paging 37, 213Alan Jamieson, NZ WG 4Interference and sharing1, 7, 99, 106Douglas Bush, UK WG 5New technology and services 101, 214, 223, 224, 230 Hitoshi Yoshino, Japan WG 6Cellular (pre-IMT systems) 77, 107, 114, 208, 215 Tom Wasilewski, USA WG [RLAN] Wireless Access including RLANs 212[Steve Bond, UK] Ad HocLand Mobile HandbookCindy Cook, Canada Ad HocVocabularyJean-Jacques Guitot, France
WP 8A contribution to WRC-07 Working Party 8A is responsible for the studies towards WRC-07 Agenda Item 1.15 to consider a secondary allocation to the amateur service in the frequency band 135.7 – 137.8 kHz Working Party 8A is also contributing to a number of agenda items related to the mobile service: 1.2 (Res. 746, 742); 1.4 (Res. 228); 1.5 (Res. 230); 1.6 (Res. 415); 1.7 (Res. 744); 1.11 (Res. 545); 1.13 (Res. 729, 544); 1.17 (Res. 745); and Rec. 723.
Overview of Session 1 1.1Introduction by WP 8A Chair, Mr. José Costa, Nortel Networks 1.2Wireless mobile technology for property protection, Mr. Diego Tebaldi, LoJack International 1.3Advances in ITS/Telematics technology and applications, Mr. Paul Najarian, ITSA, and Mr. Masayuki Fujise, NICT 1.4Policy-based cognitive radios: Future framework for spectrum access, Mr. Preston Marshall, DARPA, United States 1.5Advances in wireless local area networks, Mr. Jan Kruys, Cisco Systems 1.6Exploring the feasibility and benefits of additional uses of unused TV broadcast spectrum, Mr. Carl Stevenson, Agere Systems Questions and answers