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The 3rd Annual Middle East and North Africa Spectrum Management Conference, 24 & 25 January 2017, and the ITU Regional Workshop on Cross-Border Frequency Coordination in Arab Region, 26th January 2017, Dubai, United Arab Emirates


 
The 3rd Annual Middle East and North Africa Spectrum Management Conference, Dubai, January 24 & 25

 
​​​The 3rd Annual Middle East and North Africa Spectrum Management Conference (more information at www.mena-spectrum.com​) is organised by Forum Global, ITU and ASMG and is hosted by TRA. The event is taking place as part of The Global Spectrum Series – The world’s largest collection of regional spectrum management events.

 
The conference will provide a high level meeting point for stakeholders across the Middle East, North Africa and beyond to discuss topical issues relating to the management and co-ordination of spectrum policy across the region.

 
Issues to be covered at the 2017 edition of the conference include; An overview of the spectrum management decision making process in the Arab region, paving the way for the 5G revolution in the Arab world, meeting the long term spectrum requirements of the IoT age, spectrum sharing - the promise and the reality, and spectrum for critical communications and PPDR.

 

 

ITU Regional Workshop on Cross-Border Frequency Coordination in Arab Region, 26th January 2017, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

The International Telecommunication Union, Arab regional Office (ITU-ARO) in cooperation with the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) in United Arab Emirates, is organizing the workshop on 'Cross-Border Frequency Coordination in the Arab Region' on 26 January 2017 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

 
This workshop aims to contribute significantly on spectrum coordination mechanism.  The main objectives are to:
  • ​Enhance knowledge and understanding on cross-border frequency coordination
  • Share information and experience among participants
  • Understand the appropriate principles of the interference resolving along border area
  • Create good relationship and close collaboration to be mutually beneficial to all participating countries

 
The workshop is targeting the specialists in the field of spectrum management, from developing countries, ITU Member States, ICT regulatory agencies, policy makers, private sector, telecommunication operators, manufacturers and solution providers.