ITU-R Submissions

The following submissions were made to the ITU-R by the WBU.

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For earlier submissions, click on the ITU-R DOC #. NOTE: All submissions are available online by clicking on the link or by contacting the WBU Secretariat office. ITU-R members with a ITU TIES account may access these submissions on the ITU-R website as well.

 ITEMITU POSTITU-R DOC #FILE NAME
WP 6A: Terrestrial Broadcasting DeliverySupport for reservations on the proposal to change the title of Recommendation ITU-R BT.18952013-04-056A/212-E
WP 6A: Terrestrial Broadcasting DeliverySupport for NABA on the importance of radio and television broadcasting for emergency communications to the public2013-03-266A/204-E
SG 6: Broadcasting ServiceSupport for NABA on the importance of radio and television broadcasting for emergency communications to the public2013-04-036/108-E
World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-12)WBU-TC VIEWS ON WRC12 AGENDA ITEMS 1.2, 1.4, 1.10, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.17, 1.19, 1.25 AND 8.22012-01-23151-E
Conference Prepatory Meeting for WRC-12Proposals to Amend Draft Cpm Report on Wrc-12 Agenda Items 1.4, 1.13, 1.15, 1.17, and 1.222011-01-31Document CPM11-2/ WBU-TC-E
Broadcasting ServiceTowards a PDNR on "Power Line High Data Rate Telecommunication Systems"2010-04-09Document 6A/317-E
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Spectrum ManagementFuture studies on recommendation ITU-T G.99602010-09-17Document 1/119-E
IconR07SG01C0119 Pdf - 26.23 KB
Spectrum ManagementComments on the Working Document Towards Draft CPM Text on WRC-12 Agenda Item 1.192010-01-21Document 1B/167-E
IconR07WP1BC0167 Pdf - 19.99 KB
Spectrum ManagementComments on the Working Document Towards Draft CPM Text on WRC-12 Agenda Item 1.222010-01-20Document 1A/224-E
IconR07WP1AC0224 Pdf - 18.89 KB
Spectrum Engineering TechniquesTowards a PDNR on "Power Line High Data Rate Telecommunication Systems"2010-06-11Document 1A/285-E
IconR07WP1AC0285 Pdf - 113.91 KB
Spectrum Engineering TechniquesComments on the studies of PLT systems2009-01-21Document 1A/90-E
IconR07WP1AC0090 Pdf - 114.39 KB
Spectrum Engineering TechniquesOn the requirements for protection against interference generated by short-range devices (SRD) operating in the terrestrial broadcast bands2009-01-21Document 1A/91-E
IconR07WP1AC0091 Pdf - 101.98 KB
Spectrum Engineering TechniquesOn the requirements for protection against interference generated by short-range devices (SRD) operating in the terrestrial broadcast bands.2009-01-21Document 1B/55-E
IconR07WP1BC0055 Pdf - 96.92 KB
Spectrum Engineering TechniquesTowards a PDNR on "Power Line High Data Rate Telecommunication Systems"2009-02-11Document 1A/102-E
IconR07WP1AC0102 Pdf - 111.43 KB
Spectrum Engineering TechniquesOn the study of software-defined radio and cognitive radio systems for WRC-11 Agenda Item 1.192009-02-11Document 1B/61-E
IconR07WP1BC0061 Pdf - 99.98 KB
Terrestrial Broadcasting DeliverySupport for draft revision of question ITU-R 32/62010-10-04Document 6A/393-E
IconR07WP6AC0393 Pdf - 23.06 KB
Terrestrial Broadcasting DeliveryProposed draft new recommendation ITU-R BT.[PLT REC]2010-10-04Document 6A/394-E
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WBU-IMCG Encourages Initiatives to reduce RF Interference

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WEMF V Accra Declaration

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