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Baiysh NURMATOV

Candidate to the Post of Member of the RRB (Radio Regulations Board)
Baiysh NURMATOV, Kyrgyz Republic

    Baiysh NURMATOV

GENERAL INFORMATION

Name Baiysh NURMATOV
Nationality Kyrgyz Republic
Date of birth 18 February 1947
Civil status Married, two children
Official position Deputy Director of the State Communications Agency of the Kyrgyz Republic
Office address 7b Baytik Baatyr St., 720005 Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic
Phone: +996 312 544103

EDUCATION

1975-1978Postgraduate course
Moscow Electrotechnical Institute of Communications
PhD in technical sciences
specializing in "Theory of, and systems and facilities for, the transmission of information over communication channels".
1965-1970Diploma in radio engineering
Moscow Electrotechnical Institute of Communications
 

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

1997-present Deputy Director
State Communications Agency of the Kyrgyz Republic
1995-1997 Director
State Telecommunication Inspectorate of the Ministry of Communications of the Kyrgyz Republic
1979-1995 Lecturer
Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor, Dean of Faculty of Telecommunications, Kyrgyz Technical University
1970-1975 Engineer
Chief Engineer for radio-relay and satellite communication stations, Ministry of Communications of the Kyrgyz Republic

 

Main professional experience

Mr Nurmatov has worked for over 35 years in the field of radiocommunication, during which time he has acquired:

  • experience of practical work with radio equipment. From 1965 to 1995, he worked on the design, manufacture, adjustment and operation of radio equipment for the broadcasting and the fixed and mobile radio services;
  • experience of scientific research in the field of radiocommunication. From 1975 to 2000, he was engaged in scientific research in the fields of broadcasting, space radiocommunications and spectrum economy, and from 2000 to the present has been researching the influence of high mountainous conditions on digital fixed and broadcasting radio service networks;
  • experience in the regulation of spectrum management. From 1995 to the present, has supervised and personally taken part in the drafting of all normative and legal instruments regulating domestic activities in the field of radiocommunication;
  • administrative experience in the establishment and development of spectrum management services. Since 1995, has headed, at the national level, this area of State telecommunication regulation;
  • international experience in the field of radiocommunication. Since 1995, has played an active part in various events organized by the International Telecommunication Union and Regional Commonwealth in the field of Communications.

    On the basis of his considerable professional knowledge, his extensive experience in the practical aspects of spectrum management and his understanding of the specific characteristics of Region C countries, the Heads of communication administrations of RCC Member States, at their 34th meeting (Yerevan, October 2005), nominated Mr B. Nurmatov as RCC's sole candidate for membership of the ITU Radio Regulations Board.

     

  • ITU ACTIVITY

    • Plenipotentiary conferences: delegate to PP-98, Head of the Kyrgyz Republic's delegation to PP 02.
    • World telecommunication development conferences: Head of the Kyrgyz Republic's delegations to WTDC-98, WTDC-02 and WTDC-06. Elected vice-chairman of a committee at WTDC-06.
    • Radiocommunication assemblies: Head of the Kyrgyz Republic's delegations to RA-97, RA 2000 and RA-03.
    • World radiocommunication conferences: Head of the Kyrgyz Republic's delegations to WRC 95, WRC-97, WRC-2000 and WRC-03. Elected vice-chairman of a committee at WRC 03.
    • Regional radiocommunication conferences: Head of the Kyrgyz Republic's delegations to RRC 04 and RRC-06. Elected vice-chairman of a committee at RRC 04 and RRC-06.
    • Study groups: has participated in the work of ITU-R SG 1, SG 3 and SG 9.
    • Author of Kyrgyz Republic contribution to WTDC-98 proposing adoption of the resolution on financial support for national spectrum management programmes.
    • Developed the calculation model for annual spectrum utilization fees on the basis of economic incentives, which was included in Report ITU-R SM.2012-1 "Economic aspects of spectrum management" (published in 2000) and recognized by ITU-R SG 1 as an analytical model.
    • Supervised the development of an automated spectrum management system that is included in the handbook on automated spectrum management systems (ITU, 2005).
    • As ITU lecturer and consultant, participated in a number of ITU subregional seminars for the CIS countries.
    • Presented a paper on "Application of economic incentives in licence fees for spectrum use" to the XXVIth General Assembly of the International Union of Radio Science (Toronto, 1999).
    • Supervised research work on the subject of radio-relay links in the mountains of Kyrgyzstan which resulted in contributions to the work of ITU-R SG 1 and SG 9. These contributions gave rise to a number of modifications to ITU-R Recommendations.
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    RCC (Regional Commonwealth in the field of Communications) activity

    • Since 1995, member of the RCC Commission on radio-frequency spectrum management and EMC in radiocommunications.
    • Chairman of the RCC working group on spectrum reallocation and conversion.
    • RCC coordinator for the initiative, adopted at WTDC-06 (Doha, Qatar), on strengthening the effective use of spectrum by providing interactive multimedia digital broadcasting networks in countries with mountainous terrain, and optimization of radiomonitoring networks.
    • Presented papers on the development of mechanisms for spectrum reallocation:
    • to the meeting of the RCC Commission on radio-frequency spectrum management and EMC in radiocommunications (Baku, 2005);
    • to the 34th meeting of Heads of communication administrations of the RCC Member States (Yerevan, 2005);
    • to other regional conferences and meetings.

    National activity

    Current field of activity: National spectrum management, licensing, certification, state supervision of telecommunications.

    • Supervised and directly participated in the drafting of all of the Kyrgyz Republic's basic normative and legal instruments in the field of telecommunications (including the Telecommunications Act, the National Table of Frequency Allocations for radio services, and other normative texts on spectrum management at the national level).
    • Developed an analytical model for calculating annual spectrum fees on the basis of application of economic incentives (applied in the Kyrgyz Republic since January 1998).
    • Supervised the development of the national automated spectrum management system, in use in the Kyrgyz Republic since 2004.
    • Supervision of the planning and establishment of the state radio-monitoring system.
    • Supervision of the working group on implementation of the national strategy for universal access to basic telecommunication services.
    • Chairman of the annual national telecommunication conference in 2004 and 2005.
    • Chairman of the study group on improvement of spectrum management and spectrum allocation.
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    Scientific activity

    PhD in technical sciences, Associate Professor, Supervisor of studies for a group of postgraduate students. Supervises scientific studies, and lectures on telecommunications at the Kyrgyz Technical University. Author of some 90 scientific publications and inventions.

    In the period 2000-2004, supervised, in conjunction with the Radio Research and Development Institute (Moscow, Russian Federation), extensive research into the influence of high mountainous conditions on digital radio signal propagation and the operational stability of digital radio-relay communication links. The basis for the research was the radio-relay network of Kyrgyzstan, which has a total length of over 2000 km, and most of whose stations are in mountainous areas at altitudes of up to 4 200 m above sea level. The results of the research were discussed at various meetings of ITU-R SG 3 and SG 9.

     

    Awards

    Awarded the Kyrgyz Republic's "Dank" (Glory) Medal for his contribution to telecommunication development.

    For his research on the influence of high mountainous conditions on digital radio signal propagation, Mr Nurmatov was awarded the Kyrgyz Republic state prize for science and technology (2004).



     

     

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