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Considerations regarding power flux density limits on the geostationary orbit in the band 25.5-27.0 GHz as contained in Recommendations ITU-R SA.1278 and ITU-R SA.1625     European Space Agency (ESA)     2009-01-28
[ 89 ]  
 
Further information for the preparation of the draft CPM Report to WRC-11     Chairman, CPM-11     2009-01-27
[ 88 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Parties 5A, 7D and 6A (copy to Working Parties 5C and 7B for information) on studies related to WRC-11 Agenda item 1.15     WP 5B     2008-12-03
[ 87 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 7B - Sharing analyses between non-geostationary meteorological satellite systems operating in the space-to-earth direction and mobile service systems in the band 7 850-7 900 MHz for WRC-11 Agenda item 1.24     WP 5A     2008-12-02
[ 86 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 7B (WRC-11 Agenda item 1.12)     WP 5A     2008-12-02
[ 85 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 7B - Sharing between the space research service (Earth-to space) and the inter-satellite, fixed and mobile services in the band 22.55-23.15 GHz (WRC-11 Agenda item 1.11)     WP 5A     2008-12-02
[ 84 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 5C (copy to Working Parties 4A, 4C, 5A, 6A, 6C, 7B and 7D for information) - Progress on the working document towards a preliminary draft new Recommendation ITU-R BT.[ENGUSER]     WP 6B     2008-11-21
[ 83 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Parties 7B, 4A and 5C - Information regarding aeronautical mobile applications used or planned in the band 37-38 GHz, including technical characteristics and protection criteria     WP 5B     2008-11-18
[ 82 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 7B (copy to Working Parties 5A, 5C and 6A) - Compatibility studies between radiolocation and space research service     WP 5B     2008-11-17
[ 81 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 6A (copies to Working Party 5A, Working Party 5C, Working Party 7B and Working Party 7D for information) - Consider possible allocations in the frequency range 3-50 MHz to the radiolocation service for oceanographic radar applications     WP 5B     2008-11-17
[ 80 ]  
 
Liaison statement to ITU-R Working Parties 5A and 5C (copy to Working Parties 6A and 7B) - Initial considerations on compatibility between proposed new systems in the radiolocation service in bands 138-144 MHz and 154-156 MHz and other services operating in these bands     WP 5B     2008-11-17
[ 79 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Parties 1A, 4A, 7B, 7C and 7D - WRC-11 Agenda item 1.8 - Consideration of technical and regulatory issues relative to the fixed service in the bands between 71 GHz and 238 GHz     WP 5C     2008-11-13
[ 78 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Parties 3M, 4A, 5A, 5B, 7B and 7C - Gateway links for high altitude platform stations in the range from 5 850 to 7 075 MHz     WP 5C     2008-11-13
[ 77 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Parties 6A, 6B, 6C (copy to Working Parties 4A, 4C, 5A, 7B and 7D for information) - Harmonization of spectrum for use by terrestrial electronic news gathering systems     WP 5C     2008-11-12
[ 76 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 7B - WRC-11 Agenda item 1.2     WP 5C     2008-11-12
[ 75 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 7B - Revision to Recommendations ITU-R F.1247-1 and ITU-R F.1249-1     WP 5C     2008-11-12
[ 74 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 7B - Sharing between the space research service (Earth-to-space) and the fixed service in the band 22.55-23.15 GHz     WP 5C     2008-11-12
[ 73 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 7B - Sharing analyses between Non-GSO meteorological satellite systems operating in the space-to-earth direction and fixed service systems in the band 7 850-7 900 MHz     WP 5C     2008-10-31
[ 72 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 1A (copy to Working Party 7B for information) - WRC-11 Agenda item 1.6     WP 5C     2008-10-31
[ 71 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 5B - Consider possible allocations in the frequency range 3-50 MHz to the radiolocation service for oceanographic radar applications (WRC-11 Agenda item 1.15)     WP 6A     2008-10-31
[ 70 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 5C - Progress on WRC-11 Agenda item 1.5 - Harmonization of spectrum for use by terrestrial electronic news gathering systems     WP 6A     2008-10-31
[ 69 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Parties 7B, 5B and 5C - WRC-11 Agenda item 1.12     WP 4A     2008-10-23
[ 68 ]  
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Report on the meeting of Working Party 7B (Geneva, 7-13 October 2008)     Chairman, WP 7B     2008-10-14
[ 67 ]  
 
Final List of Participants - Working Party 7B (Geneva, 7-13 October 2008)     Director, BR     2008-10-13
[ 66 ]  
 
Liaison statement to WP 7B - Working document towards a preliminary draft new Recommendation ITU-R SA.[23 GHz SRS Sharing] - Sharing between the space research service (Earth-to-space) and in the inter-satellite, fixed and mobile services in the band 22.55-23.15 GHz (WRC-11 Agenda item 1.11)     WP 4A     2008-10-10
[ 65 ]  
 
Liaison statement to WP 7B - Coordination between GSO FSS and GSO METSAT networks in the frequency bands 18.1 - 18.4 GHz in Regions 1 and 3 and 18.0 - 18.3 GHz in Region 3     WP 4A     2008-10-09
[ 64 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 7B - Information for studies related to WRC-11 agenda item 1.25     WP 4C     2008-10-08
[ 63 ]  
 
List of documents issued     BR Study Group Department     2008-10-06
[ 62 ]  
 
Preliminary draft new Report ITU-R SA.[SRS/RA ANT.PAT.] - Examples of radiation patterns of large antennas used for space research and radio astronomy     United States of America   127/7   2008-09-29
[ 61 ]  
 
Revision to preliminary draft new Report ITU-R SA.[SRS-MS (AERONAUTICAL) (37-38GHZ)]     United States of America     2008-09-29
[ 60 ]  
 
Preliminary draft revision of Recommendation ITU-R SA.1345 - "Methods for predicting radiation patterns of large antennas used for space research and radio astronomy"     United States of America   127/7   2008-09-29
[ 59 ]  
 
Sharing between the space research service (Earth-to-space) and the inter-satellite service in the band 22.55-23.15 GHz     France     2008-09-29
[ 58 ]  
 
Sharing study between the space research service (Earth-to-space) and the fixed service in the band 22.55-23.15 GHz     France     2008-09-29
[ 57 ]  
 
Compatibility between the space research service (Earth-to-Space) that may use the band 22.55-23.15 GHz and the radio astronomy service in the band 22-24 GHz     France     2008-09-29
[ 56 ]  
 
Preliminary draft new Report ITU-R SA.[SRS-MS(AERONAUTICAL)(37-38GHz)] - "Study on compatibility between the mobile service (aeronautical) and the space research service (space-to-Earth) in the frequency band 37-38 GHz"     France , Netherlands (Kingdom of the) , Germany (Federal Republic of) , Spain   211/7   2008-09-29
[ 55 ]  
 
Preliminary draft new Recommendation ITU-R SA.[26 GHz] - Efficient use of the band 25.5 - 27.0 GHz for future Space-to-Earth and Space-to-Space science applictions     European Space Agency (ESA)   139/7   2008-09-28
[ 54 ]  
 
Considerations regarding power flux density limits on the geostationary orbit in the band 25.5 - 27.0 GHz as contained in Recommendations ITU-R SA.1278 and ITU-R SA.1625     European Space Agency (ESA)     2008-09-28
[ 53 ]  
 
Revision of working document towards draft CPM text on agenda item 1.12 (WRC-11) - Agenda item 1.12 (WP 7B / WP 4A, WP 5B, WP 5C, (WP 5A))     Japan   211/7   2008-09-25
[ 52 ]  
 
Revision of preliminary draft new Report ITU-R SA.[SRS-MS (AERONAUTICAL) (37-38 GHz)] - Study on compatibility between the mobile service (aeronautical) and the space research service (space-to-earth) in the frequency band 37-38 GHz     Japan   211/7   2008-09-25
[ 51 ]  
 
Preliminary draft new Report ITU-R [Essential Role Observations] - The essential role and global importance of radio spectrum use for observations of climate change, weather, water, space and disaster prediction, detection and mitigation     Netherlands (Kingdom of the)     2008-09-22
[ 50 ]  
 
Preliminary WMO position on WRC-11 agenda     WMO     2008-09-12
[ 49 ]  
 
Draft new ITU-R Question - Emergency communications for Human Space Flight     United States of America     2008-08-12
[ 48 ]  
 
Working document on the work plan and milestones for WRC-11 Agenda item 1.24     Chairman, WP 7B     2008-08-05
[ 47 ]  
 
Working document on the work plan and milestones for WRC-11 Agenda item 1.11     Chairman, WP 7B     2008-08-05
[ 46 ]  
 
Working document on the work plan and milestones for WRC-11 Agenda item1.12     Chairman, WP 7B     2008-08-05
[ 45 ]  
 
Liaison statement to relevant Working Parties of Study Groups 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 - Information on short-range devices required for WRC-11 Agenda item 1.22     WP 1A     2008-07-25
[ 44 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 5C (copy to WP 7B for information) - WRC-11 Agenda item 1.6 , Resolution 955 (WRC-07)     WP 1A     2008-07-24
[ 43 ]  
 
Liaison statement to ITU-R Working Parties 4A, 4C, 5A, 5B, 5C, 6A, 7B, 7C and 7D (copy for information to ITU-R WPs 1A, 3J and 3K) - On the study of software-defined radio and cognitive radio systems     WP 1B     2008-07-23
[ 42 ]  
 
Liaison statement to ITU-R Working Party 5C (copy to Working Parties 4A, 4C, 5A, 6A, 6B, 6C, 7B and 7D for information) - Harmonization of spectrum for use by terrestrial electronic news gathering systems     SG 6     2008-06-23
[ 41 ]  
 
Liaison statement to ITU-R Working Party 5B on a primary allocation to the radiolocation service in the portion of the band 30-300 MHz (copy for information to ITU-R Working Parties 3L, 5A, 5C, 7B and 7D) (WRC-11 Agenda item 1.14)     WP 6A     2008-06-20
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