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ITU launches updated versions of the Maritime Manual and the Table of Frequency Allocations Software

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RAG CG Gender

​​​​​​​Join the Radiocommunication Advisory Group (RAG) Correspondence Group on the implementation of WRC-19 Gender Declaration!

RRS-21-Americas

ITU Regional Radiocommunication Seminar 2021 for Americas – Online meeting, 26 April - 7 May 2021​
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Space Services

Space Services

International coordination, notification and recording procedures for space systems and earth stations and examination of frequency assignment notices submitted by Administrations (Membership) for inclusion in the Master International Frequency Register (MIFR).

Manages procedures for space-related ITU assignment or allotment plans for launching of satellites.

Terrestrial Services

Terrestrial Services

International coordination, notification and recording procedures for terrestrial systems and examination of frequency assignment notices submitted by Adminis- trations (Membership) for inclusion in the Master International Frequency Register (MIFR) and Plans.

Application of administrative procedures dealing with allocation of international means of identification (call sign series, MIDs) and with safety of life, processing submissions for various service publications and corresponding online information systems.

Radiocommunication Study Groups

Radiocommunication Study Groups
Study Groups: 1 3 4 5 6 7

Over 5000 specialists from telecommunication and ICT organizations and administrations throughout the world, participate in the Radiocommunication Study Groups to prepare technical bases for Radiocommunication Conferences, develop ITU-R Recommendations (radiocommunication standards) and Reports and compile radiocommunication Handbooks.

Radio Regulations

Radio Regulations

The Radio Regulations (RR) incorporates the decisions of the World Radiocomm​unication Conferences (WRCs), including all Appendices, Resolutions, Recommen- dations and ITU-R Recommendatio​ns incorporated by reference.

The Rules of Procedure are approved by the Radio Regulations Board (RRB). They complement the RR by providing clarification of the application of particular Regulations or establishing the necessary practical procedures that may not be provided for in the current Regulatory Procedures.

Tribute: Mr. Richard "Dick" Barton

It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of Richard (Dick) Barton on 21st April 2021. Over several decades, Richard served as Australia’s delegate to meetings and conferences of the CCIR and ITU-R where he was instrumental to the development of the digital television standards. His career achievements span from participating in the development of the digital coding standards for standard definition television in 1983 to chairing the 1999 Conference Preparatory Meeting for the 2000 World Radiocommunication Conference. Dick will be remembered internationally as an excellent ambassador for Australia in the ITU and a dear friend to many in the broadcasting industries in many countries, particularly in the Asia Pacific region. Dick is also the legendary inventor of the “Australian method”, which is an often used ITU editorial technique that can be summarized as “when in doubt, leave it out”. His legacy will always be remembered and he will be sorely missed.
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