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Industry´s look forward to the next 100 years of ITU Radio Regulations

Rohde & Schwarz
A Hundred Years of ITU Radio Regulations - Why Regulating the Use of the Frequency Spectrum Will Continue to Play a Central Role, for a global, mobile information-based society, which we are evolving into, the wireless exchange of information is an absolute must. Billions of people and millions of companies and organizations increasingly use radiocommunications on a daily basis, and unlimited availability is being taken for granted more and more. Information exchange about radiocommunications is thus an indispensable driver of worldwide social and economic development ...

Since its 1895 founding as Northern Electric and Manufacturing, supplying telecommunications equipment for Canada´s fledgling telephone system, Nortel has grown to become a global leader in delivering communications capabilities that enhance the human experience, power global commerce, and secure and protect the world´s most critical information. Paradoxically, what started on wires has eventually become a wireless world, and Nortel has been a part of that transition all along, producing military radios, consumer radios, long-haul high-capacity microwave radios and more recently the all pervasive mobile broadband ...

The ITU Radio Regulations are celebrating their 100 years anniversary, yet one could say that they have never been younger and more alive than they are today. Being a comprehensive set of regulations, striking a fine balance between the needs of several dozens of radiocommunications services, the ITU Radio Regulations remain a living and topical document, much needed for the daily functioning of international spectrum management.


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