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Results:17 total items.
Contributions  [ Source: WP 6S ]   Documents / Contributions
 
Number 
Title Source AI/Question
Date
[ 486 ]  
 
Reply to Liaison statement from 1B on the study of software defined radio and cognitive radio systems     WP 6S     2007-05-08
[ 429 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 6E - Draft revision of Recommendations ITU-R BT.1774 and ITU-R BO.1774     WP 6S   118/6   2006-08-30
[ 428 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 6E - Frequency sharing in the band 620-790 MHz between the broadcasting-satellite service and terrestrial services     WP 6S     2006-08-29
[ 421 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 6E - Draft revision of Question ITU-R 118/6 "Broadcasting means for public warning and disaster relief"     WP 6S   118/6   2006-08-25
[ 356 ]  
 
Liaison statement to WP 6E - Use of satellite and terrestrial broadcast infrastructures for public warning, disaster mitigation and relief     Chairman, WP 6S   118/6   2006-03-21
[ 355 ]  
(Rev.1) 
Liaison statement to WP 6E - Draft new Recommendation - Criterion to assess the impact of interference to the broadcasting-satellite service (BSS) from emissions of devices without a corresponding frequency allocation in the Radio Regulations, that produce fundamental emissions in the frequency bands allocated to the broadcasting satellite service     WP 6S     2006-03-20
[ 354 ]  
 
Liaison statement to WP 6E - Interference resulting from varying directivity discrimination of terrestrial broadcasting receiving antennas - WRC-07 agenda item 1.11     WP 6S     2006-03-20
[ 302 ]  
 
Liaison statement to WP 6E and WP 8A - Frequency sharing in the band 620-790 MHz between th broadcasting-satellite service and the land mobile service - WRC-07 Agenda item 1.11     WP 6S     2005-10-19
[ 301 ]  
 
Appointment of a Rapporteur - Use of broadcast infrastructure for public warning and disaster relief     WP 6S   118/6   2005-10-19
[ 300 ]  
 
Liaison statement to WP 6E and to WPs 8A, 8B and 9D and the Intersessional Planning Group (IPG) RRC-06 for information     WP 6S     2005-10-19
[ 299 ]  
 
Liaison statement to WP 6E and WP 8B - Protection of the aeronautical radionavigation service operating in accordance with RR NO. 5.312 from the broadcasting-satellite service in the band 620-790 MHz     WP 6S     2005-10-19
[ 298 ]  
 
Liaison statement to WP 6E and to WPs 8A, 8B and 9D for information - Analysis of polarization loss for circularly polarized satellite signals interfering with linearly polarized terrestrial systems     WP 6S     2005-10-18
[ 297 ]  
(Rev.1) 
Liaison statement to WP 6E - Use of terrestrial broadcast infrastructure for public warning and disaster relief     WP 6S     2005-10-18
[ 145 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 6E - Agenda item 1.11 (WRC-07)     WP 6S     2004-11-03
[ 86 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Party 6E - Status report of work on WRC-07 agenda item 1.11 from Working Party 6S     WP 6S     2004-05-03
[ 85 ]  
 
Reply to the liaison statement from Working Party 6E on initiation towards the establishment of a Rapporteur Group     WP 6S     2004-05-03
[ 84 ]  
 
Liaison statement to Working Parties 6M and 6E - Proposal to establish a 6M-6E-6S Rapporteur Group on the issue of protection of privacy of the end-use in interactive broadcasting     WP 6S   16/6, 26/6, 111/6   2004-04-30
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