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SpacePub – Space Publication System

The ITU Radiocommunication Bureau SpacePub system, is a PC based software application for printing satellite networks/earth stations from a SRS formatted database. It creates a RTF (Rich Text Format) file readable by Microsoft Word. It also allows the user to specify that the associated graphical data be included in the document; this data is taken from the GIMS database. It presently supports the following forms of notice: 
  • Appendix 4 (AP4/II and AP4/III) notification of satellite networks and earth stations.
  • Appendix 4 (AP4/IV) notification of assignments to Radioastronomy stations.
  • Appendix 4 (AP4/V and AP4/VI) notification of Advance Publication of planned satellite networks:
    • AP4/VI GSO or non-GSO satellite system subject to coordination under Section II of Article 9.
    • AP4/V GSO or non-GSO satellite system not subject to coordination under Section II of Article 9.
  • Broadcasting-satellite service (BSS) networks: Appendices 30, 30A, and 30-30A
  • Fixed Satellite Service (FSS) networks: Appendice 30B
  • Due diligence information: Resolution 49.

Installation file​

  • The installatio​n file below is a self-extracting setup file.

  • To download and  install SpacePub software, click on the link and save the file to a temporary directory on your PC. 

  • After downloading the file, you should then run the file (by double-clicking on it from Windows Explorer, etc); this will decompress the installation files into a temporary directory on your hard disk, and then automatically execute the setup procedure.

  • NB! Version 8 of SpacePub reflects all modifications and additions to Appendix 4 of the Radio Regulations amended by WRC-2015.  

Note:  The SpacePub installation is also on BR IFIC  DVD.​

Download Description Size Date


Installation file Version ​73.9 MB​29 March 2017


Installation file Version 7.0.13 20.5 MB 02 May 2016

    What's new

What's new in SpacePub

74.8 kB 10 March 2017


For further information contact: Space Administrative Software Division