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ITU/WMO Seminar on: Use of Radio Spectrum for Meteorology: Weather, Water and Climate Monitoring and Prediction Geneva, 16-18 September 2009. ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Activities. Kevin HUGHES Chief of ITU-R Study Group Department E-mail: [email protected] Presentation. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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  • Objectives of ITU-R Study GroupsStructure of Study GroupsRadiocommunication AssemblyScope of Study GroupsSome key areas of standardizationITU-R Recommendations, Reports and HandbooksPresentation

  • ensure the rational, equitable, efficient and economical use of the radio-frequency spectrum by all radiocommunication services, including those using the geostationary-satellite or other satellite orbits,

    carry out studies without limit of frequency range and adopting Recommendations on radiocommunication matters.

    (ref. Article 12 of Constitution)Role of ITU-R

  • Role of ITU-RRole conducted through (inter alia):

    World (and Regional) Radiocommunication ConferencesApproval of Recommendations by Member States

    Technical studies are requiredwhich are conducted in Study Groups

  • Principal Tasks of ITU-R Study GroupsDevelop technical bases for WRCs (and RRCs)Develop Recommendationse.g. CPM process for WRCsInternational voluntary Standards on:spectrum management, satellite orbits, frequency sharingsystem characteristics and operationITU-R represents: International focal point for the standardization of wireless systemsCompile Reports and Handbooks

  • ITU-R Study GroupsGroups of experts (> 1500)from ITU membershipCurrently 6 Study GroupsSubordinate groupsWorking PartyTask GroupRapporteur GroupJoint .Coordination Committee for VocabularySpecial Committee (regulatory/procedural)CPM - Conference Preparatory MeetingMember StatesSector MembersAssociatesRegional/National SDOse.g. ETSI, IECUN bodiese.g. WHO, WMOIndustry forae.g. WiMAXRegional Frequency Managemente.g. CEPTSG 1:Spectrum managementSG 3:Radiowave propagationSG 4:Satellite servicesSG 5: Terrrestrial servicesSG 6:Broadcasting serviceSG 7:Science services

  • ITU-R Study GroupsSG 1: Spectrum managementSG 3: Radiowave propagationSG 4: Satellite servicesSG 5: Terrestrial servicesSG 6: Broadcasting serviceSG 7: Science services

  • 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)

  • Study Group 1Spectrum managementPrinciples and techniques forspectrum managementsharing criteriaspectrum monitoringlong-term strategies for spectrum utilization

  • Study Group 3Radiowave propagationPropagation in ionized and non-ionized mediaDevelopment of 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 operations

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

  • Study Group 6Broadcasting serviceProgramme productionProgramme assemblyDeliveryReception quality

  • Study Group 7Science servicesSystems for space operation, space research, Earth exploration and meteorologyRadio astronomyStandard frequency and time signals

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

  • SG Web Page Structure(using SG 7 as a sample)

  • Current key priorities in ITU-R Standardizationinclude:Emergency communicationsEnvironmental monitoring

  • EmergencyCommunicationsPrediction and Detection: Meteorological services (Met-Aids, Met-Sat); Earth Exploration Satellite ServiceAlerting: Amateur service; Broadcasting services (terrestrial and satellite); fixed services (terrestrial and satellite); Mobile services (land, satellite, maritime)Damage assessment and Relief: Amateur service; Broadcasting services (terrestrial and satellite); fixed services (terrestrial and satellite); Mobile services (land, satellite, maritime); Earth Exploration Satellite ServiceRegulatory roleStandardization role

  • EmergencyCommunicationsDatabases relating to safety of life and rescue operationsavailable frequencies for use in emergency situations and guidelines on the management of radiocommunications (Res 647 (WRC-07), Res ITU-R 53)Maritime mobile Access and retrieval System (MARS)Regionally Harmonized Frequency Bands for Public Protection and Disaster Reliefpreferred frequency bands listed in Res 646 (WRC-03)Study Group activitiesspectrum management guidelines Recommendations, Reports, Handbooks providing technical basis for development and operation of the radiocommunication services used in the various phases of emergency and disaster situations

  • Climate changeITU-Rs standardization role on monitoring and mitigating the effects of climate change is very closely linked with that on Emergency CommunicationsThrough its responsibility for international spectrum management, ITU-R provides interference-free spectrum and satellite orbits for climate monitoringCooperates with UN agencies (e.g. WMO) and international and national organizations involved with climate change

  • Climate changeStudy Groups develop Recommendations, Reports and Handbooks onoperation of radio systems for environmental monitoring, including climate change; e.g. ITU/WMO Handbook on Use of Radio spectrum for meteorology: weather, water and climate monitoring and predictionfacilitating the introduction and operation of low-energy systems; e.g. analogue to digital broadcastingSatellite-based remote sensors (passive and active) are main tools for obtaining environmental data for climate monitoringSystems belonging toEarth exploration satellite serviceMeteorological-satellite serviceMeteorological aids serviceform backbone of the WMO Global Climate Observing System

  • Study GroupProductsTechnical bases for WRC (and RRC) CPM ReportITU-R RecommendationsReports and Handbooks

  • Table of contents of the CPM Report to WRC-111.Maritime and Aeronautical issues2.Radiolocation and Amateur issues3.Fixed, Mobile and Broadcasting issues4.Science issues5.Satellite issues6.Future work programme and other issuesChapters of CPM ReportWRC-11 Agenda items1.2, 1.19, 2, 4, 8.1, 8.21.3, 1.4, 1.9, 1.101.14, 1.15, 1.21, 1.231.5, 1.8, 1.17, 1.20, 1.221.6, 1.11, 1.12, 1.16, 1.241.7, 1.13, 1.18, 1.25, 7

  • Study GroupProductsTechnical bases for WRC (and RRC) CPM ReportITU-R RecommendationsReports and Handbooks

  • ITU-R Recommendation SeriesBO:Satellite deliveryBR:Recording for production, archival and play-out; film for televisionBS:Broadcasting service (sound)BT:Broadcasting service (television)F:Fixed serviceM:Mobile, radiodetermination, amateur and related satellite servicesP: Radiowave propagationRA:Radio astronomyRS: Remote sensing systemsS: Fixed-satellite serviceSA: Space applications and meteorologySF: Frequency sharing and coordination between fixed-satellite and fixed service systemsSM: Spectrum managementSNG:Satellite news gatheringTF: Time signals and frequency standards emissionsV: Vocabulary and related subjects

  • Study GroupProductsTechnical bases for WRC (and RRC) CPM ReportITU-R RecommendationsReports and Handbooks

  • Example Reportsfrom ITU-REconomic aspects of spectrum managementSharing of the 10.6-10.68 GHz band by the fixed and mobile services and the Earth exploration-satellite service (passive) Fixed 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

  • 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 systems

  • Concluding remarksITU Radiocommunication Sector represents focal point for standardization of radiocommunication services and systemsThe ITU-R Study Groups are the home for the technical studies required for the standardization activitiesPrincipal products:Technical bases for Radiocommunication ConferencesRecommendations, Reports and Handbooks

  • Thank you!

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