- A pre-seminar web tutorial with the basic concepts of spectrum management at national and international levels, their links with ITU Radio Regulations (RR) and ITU-R structures and functions, including the study groups and BR departments, and ITU basic texts with the main focus on RR and their associated Rules of Procedure (RoP). A good understanding of the pre-seminar web tutorial concepts is required in order to be able to participate actively in the seminar.
- The whole Monday and Tuesday morning sessions of the Seminar will cover concepts related to spectrum management as well as the procedures associated with the recording of frequency assignments in the Master International Frequency Register (MIFR). The review of the modifications to the RR, associated WRC Resolutions decided by the last World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15) and Radiocommunication Assembly (RA-15) as well as the agenda of the next WRC-19 will follow. These sessions will also cover the current regulatory framework for international frequency management and the ITU-R Recommendations and best practices regarding the use of spectrum for both terrestrial and space services, including basic training on ICT tools developed by ITU for frequency notifications for those services and for the technical examinations.
- Tuesday afternoon and Wedenesday morning, Workshops will be carried out on the use of these tools for terrestrial stations (emphasis on Broadcasting) and space stations (emphasis on Earth Stations). These workshops will enable the participants to get hands-on experience with ITU notification procedures as well as with the software and electronic publications made availalbe by the Radiocommunication Bureau to the Administrations of Member States and to the ITU-R Sector Members.
Wednesday afternoon and the whole Thursday, RRS-17-Asia&Pacific will conduct a Forum on "Transition to 5G in the Region" with the participation of the radiocommunication stakeholders in the region, including new technologies and applications, WRC-19 agenda.
The lectures and discussions during RRS-17-Asia&Pacific will be in English only. The seminar will be conducted in a "paperless" environment. Given the amount of practical work expected during the workshops, participants are required to bring their laptops which shall comply with a set of minimal specifications.
Member States, ITU-R Sector Members, Associates and Academia from Asia and Pacific countries are invited to attend the RRS-17-Asia&Pacific. Attendance to this Seminar is free of charge for their representatives.
Registration for this event is carried out exclusively online, through their respective designated focal point (DFP).
The list of DFPs for ITU-R Activities, including the Seminar, is available athttps://www.itu.int/online/edrs/TIES/auth/edrs.focalpoint.br
Advance registration of all participations is strongly advised. Unannounced participants may face further delays at the on-site registration desk.
Venue, Accommodation and Visas
Information on the Seminar venue, accommodation, visa matters and other practical arrangements are provided on the "General Information" document, available on this web page.
Please take note that citizens of some countries are required to obtain a visa in order to enter in Cambodia, instructions in this regard are on the above-mentioned document.
Recognizing the difficulties faced by low-income countries, the ITU offers one partial fellowship per eligible country in the Asia & Pacific region, with priority given to requests coming from least developed countries (LDCs). Fellowships should be requested by designated focal points during the online registration process (see "Registration" above) and must be submitted before
Friday, 10 November 2017.