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Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R)  
Radio Regulations Board (RRB)


Scope
The twelve members of the Radio Regulations Board (RRB) are elected at the Plenipotentiary Conference. They perform their duties independently and on a part-time basis, normally meeting up to four times a year, in Geneva.

The Board:

  • approves Rules of Procedure, used by the Radiocommunication Bureau in applying the provisions of the Radio Regulations and registering frequency assignments made by Member States;
  • addresses matters referred by the Bureau which cannot be resolved through application of the Radio Regulations and Rules of Procedure;
  • considers reports of unresolved interference investigations carried out by the Bureau at the request of one or more administrations and formulates Recommendations;
  • provides advice to Radiocommunication Conferences and the Radiocommunication Assemblies;
  • considers appeals against decisions made by the Radiocommunication Bureau regarding frequency assignments;
  • performs any additional duties prescribed by a competent conference or by the Council.
The Director of the Bureau is the Executive Secretary of the Radio Regulations Board.


Circulars and other publications

General Information

Other Information

List of Proposed Rules of Procedure TIES

Opinion of the ITU Legal Adviser on force majeure TIES

Monitoring information on the interference cases between Italy and its neighbouring countries TIES

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Documents

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