The first part of the seminar (half day) will cover ITU-R structure, ITU Radio Regulations (RR), preparations to the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC), an introduction to the activities of the ITU-R Study Groups and some other general issues.
During the following part (three and a half days), workshops will be carried out on the application of regulatory procedures for space and terrestrial services, including coordination, notification and examination of frequency assignments, as well as on the use of the BR software, databases and electronic publications.
The Seminar will conclude with a one day Forum on: “Trends in Spectrum Management and Emerging Radiocommunication Technologies"
In addition, a pre-seminar web tutorial will be available on this page with the basic concepts of spectrum management at national and international levels and other related information to assist in the preparation of the participants to the seminar.
All relevant information regarding the event (agenda, registration, visas, practical information, etc.) will be available here. As this information may be updated or complemented without notice, it is recommended that you visit this website regularly.
The Seminar will be held in Russian, please note that some software tools will be in English only.
The seminar documentation will be available here. Participants are required to bring their laptops, performing the set of minimal specifications detailed in the top right corner of this page.
Member States, ITU-R Sector Members, Associates and Academia from CIS and neighbouring countries are invited to attend the Seminar. Its attendance 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 this Seminar, is available here. Advance registration of all participants is strongly advised. Unannounced participants might face further delays at the on-site registration desk. For those Members States/Sector Members wishing to modify the indicated DFP or for any further information, please contact the ITU-R Delegate Registration Unit at ITU-R.Registration@itu.int.
Venue, Accommodation and Visas
Information on the seminar venue, accommodation, visa matters and other practical arrangements are provided on the "General Information" document, available at the top right corner of this page. Please note that citizens of some countries are required to obtain a visa in order to enter Uzbekistan. Please refer to instructions in this regard on the above-mentioned documents.
Recognizing the difficulties faced by low-income countries, the ITU offers one partial fellowship per eligible country of the CIS Region and neighbouring countries, 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 17 May 2019.