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ITU Workshop on “ Bridging the Standardization Gap ” (Vientiane, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, 30-31 July 2012). ITU-R Standardization Activities. Colin Langtry, Chief, BR Study groups Department [email protected] Role of ITU-R. … - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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  • conducted through (inter alia):

    Approval of Recommendations by Member States

    Technical studies are requiredwhich are conducted in Study Groups(with participation of Members States, Sector Members, Associates and Academia) Role of ITU-R

  • Objectives of ITU-R Study GroupsDevelop technical bases for radio conferences Establish RecommendationsCPM process for WRCsInternational voluntary standards on: spectrum management system characteristics and operationITU-R represents: International focal point for standardization of wireless systemsCompile Reports and Handbooks

  • *WRCRASG & SCCPMDirectorRRBRAG ITU-R structure & activitiesRecommendationsMember States/Sector Members/Associates/ AcademiaInternat./regional/ national SDOsUN bodiesRegional freq. management organizsIndustry forums

  • Some key areas ofITU-R standardizationSpectrum MonitoringBroadband wireless access (terrestrial and satellite)IMT - International Mobile TelecommunicationsBroadcasting technologiesEmergency communicationsEnvironmental monitoring

  • >900 RecommendationsStandards in areas of spectrum management and radio technologyResult of consensus from meetings of world-wide expertsSome referred to in RRUsed by spectrum planners and system designershttp://www.itu.int/ITU-R/go/rsgITU-R Study GroupsCounsellors and Assistants in the Study Group Department of BRSG 1:Spectrum managementSG 3:Radiowave propagationSG 4:Satellite servicesSG 5:Terrestrial servicesSG 6:Broadcasting serviceSG 7:Science servicesCPM: Conference Preparatory MeetingSC:Special Committee on Regulatory and procedural mattersCCV:Coordination Committee for Vocabulary

  • Radiocommunication AssemblyAdopts Study Group work programmesApproves ITU-R Resolutionsworking proceduresspecific aspects of Study Group responsibility Approves RecommendationsEstablishes ITU-R Study Groups (and elects their chairmen/vice-chairmen)RA-12: Geneva, 16-20 January 2012

  • Study Group 1Spectrum managementSpectrum Management (SM) -principles and techniquesGeneral principles of sharingSpectrum monitoringLong-term strategies for spectrum utilizationEconomic approaches to national SMInternational spectrum regulatory framework

    Short Range radio Devices (SRD)

  • Study Group 3Radiowave propagation Propagation in ionized and non-ionized media Point-to-point and Earth-space propagation Modelling and development of prediction methods Radio noiseCharacteristics and mapping of propagation medium

    Propagation prediction methods

  • Study Group 4Satellite servicesSystems and performance in FSS, BSS, MSS and RDSSEfficient orbit/spectrum utilization for FSS, BSS, MSS and RDSSIP Global broadband Internet access via satelliteEarly warning and relief operationsTechnical characteristics for systems and networks in the RNSS

    Satellite radio interface of IMT-2000

  • Study Group 5Terrestrial servicesIMT-2000 and IMT-AdvancedFixed, mobile, portable and nomadic communications, including BWA, RLANs, HAPSMaritime and aeronautical servicesRadiodetermination serviceAmateur serviceSDR and CRsNext generation mobile access IMT-Advanced

    Spectrum issues for maritime and aeronautical services

  • Study Group 6Broadcasting serviceProgramme productionProgramme assemblyDeliveryReception qualitySharing issues at UHF

    Multimedia and data broadcasting for mobile reception

    Accessibility

  • Study Group 7Science servicesSystems for space operation, space research, Earth exploration and meteorologyRadio astronomyStandard frequency and time signalsEESS including meteorological satellite service for disaster prediction and detection, and for climate monitoring

    Protection of passive services, e.g. radioastronomy

  • ITU-R Study Groups on the WebSee: http://www.itu.int/ITU-R/go/rsg

  • SG Web Page Structure (using SG 4 as a sample)http://www.itu.int/ITU-R/go/rsg4

  • Study Group ProductsITU-R RecommendationsReports and HandbooksTechnical bases for radio conferences

  • Example Reportsfrom ITU-REconomic aspects of spectrum managementFixed service applications using free-space optical linksMeans of calculating low-orbit satellite visibility statisticsGuidelines for evaluation of radio interface technologies for IMT-AdvancedTransition from analogue to digital terrestrial broadcasting http://www.itu.int/publ/R-REP/en

  • Example Handbooksfrom ITU-RNational Spectrum ManagementSpectrum MonitoringSatellite Communications (FSS)Radiowave Propagation information for designing terrestrial point-to-point linksUse of radio spectrum for meteorology: weather, water, climate monitoring and predictionDigital terrestrial TV broadcastingLand mobile including wireless accessFrequency adaptive systemshttp://www.itu.int/publ/R-HDB/en

  • Concluding remarksITU Radiocommunication Sector represents the global focal point for standardization of radiocommunication services and systems

    ITU-R Study Groups are the home for the technical studies required for the standardization activities

    Principal products:Recommendations, Reports and HandbooksTechnical bases for Radiocommunication Conferences

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