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WRC-23: Expert perspectives from ITU News Magazine

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Over the course of this year, we put together an ITU News Magazine series dedicated to the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC‑23). Each edition offers expert perspectives and insights on topics for discussion during the five-week conference among Member States of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).

WRC‑23 – bringing together countries worldwide – will review and update the Radio Regulations, the international treaty governing the use of the radio-frequency spectrum and the geostationary-satellite and non-geostationary-satellite orbits. 

Organizations, companies, and experts in the ITU Radiocommunication Sector (ITU‑R) have provided technical input and outlined coordinated regional positions throughout the preceding four-year study cycle.

The conference takes place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from 20 November to 15 December.

Browse each ITU News Magazine edition to learn more:

Countdown to WRC-23
View of Dubai. Adobe Stock
  • Conference preparations and agenda topics
  • Four-year study and coordination cycle
  • Regional and technical perspectives

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The future of Coordinated Universal Time
Time in space move the world in galaxy universe. Image element from NASA.
  • Possible future time scales
  • Authoritative insights on global timekeeping
  • Reflections on the leap-second

Read more

Land, sea and airwaves
Blue digital wavy wires and antennas on night city skyscraper. Adobe Stock
  • Key issues for terrestrial radiocommunications
  • Perspectives from across the industry
  • Keeping us connected and sustaining our lives

Read more

Satellite connectivity
Satellite connectivity. Orion of the future. ESA/NASA
  • Key issues for satellite services
  • Space industry plans and perspectives
  • Securing sustainability in and from space

Read more

Science services
Alaska’s Mendenhall Glacier. NASA
  • Key issues for space-based science services
  • Industry, meteorological, and space-agency views
  • Earth observation and understanding our planet

Read more

For other editions, see the ITU News Magazine webpage.

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