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Hideo Fuseda

Mr. Hideo Fuseda joined the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (present Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications) in 1990 and has been engaging in administration of Radio and Broadcasting including planning of analogue TV broadcasting station and fostering the development of technologies for efficient use of radio frequencies.

After being seconded to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and working as an Attaché at the Japanese Embassy in Senegal, he was engaged in the international coordination of radio frequencies such as bilateral coordination meetings on satellite communications based on ITU Radio Regulation, multilateral coordination meetings on L-band and WRC-2000 in 2000 which he joined as a core member of Japanese delegation.

He worked at the ITU secretariat from 2000 to 2006 and, after his return to Japan, he was engaged in the International cooperation in terms of digital TV broadcasting system. He has been taking care of ICT standardization issues at his current position since 2011.