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Folder: R-QUE-SG01.205-2-2015205-2/1Long-term strategies for spectrum utilizationSG1WP1B20152015S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG01.208-1-2015208-1/1Alternative methods of national spectrum managementSG1WP1B20152015S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG01.210-3-2012210-3/1Wireless power transmissionSG1WP1A20122015S3
Folder: R-QUE-SG01.216-1-2015216-1/1Spectrum redeployment  as a method of national spectrum management
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Folder: R-QUE-SG01.238-2015238/1Characteristics for use of visible light for broadband communicationsSG120152019S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG01.239-2016239/1Electromagnetic field measurements to assess human exposureSG1WP1A20162018S3
Folder: R-QUE-SG01.240-2017240/1Assessment of spectrum efficiency and economic valueSG12017
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.201-6-2016201-6/3Radiometeorological data required for the planning of terrestrial and space communication systems and space research application
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Folder: R-QUE-SG03.207-5-2015207-5/3Propagation data and prediction methods for satellite mobile and radiodetermination services above about 0.1 GHzSG3WP3M20152013S2
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Folder: R-QUE-SG03.209-2-2015209-2/3Variability and risk parameters in system performance analysisSG3WP3J20152015S3
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.211-6-2015211-6/3Propagation data and propagation models in the frequency range 300 MHz to 100 GHz for the design of short-range wireless radiocommunication systems and wireless local area networks (WLAN)
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Folder: R-QUE-SG03.218-6-2015218-6/3Ionospheric influences on satellite systemsSG3WP3L20152015S3
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Folder: R-QUE-SG03.228-2-2015228-2/3Propagation data required for the planning of radiocommunication systems operating above 275 GHz**
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.229-3-2015229-3/3Prediction of sky-wave propagation conditions, signal intensity, circuit performance and reliability at frequencies between about 1.6 and 30 MHz, in particular for systems using digital modulation techniques
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.230-3-2015230-3/3Prediction methods and models applicable to power line telecommunication systems
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.231-1-2015231-1/3The effect of electromagnetic emissions from man-made sources on the radiocommunication systems and networksSG3WP3J20152019S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.232-1-2015232-1/3The effect of nanostructure materials on propagationSG3WP3J20152015S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.233-1-2015233-1/3Methods for the prediction of propagation path losses between an airborne platform and a satellite, ground terminal or another airborne platformSG3WP3M20152015S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG03.234-2017234/3Computation of ionospheric scintillation indicesSG32017
Folder: R-QUE-SG04.42-1-199342-1/4Characteristics of antennas at earth stations in the fixed-satellite serviceSG4WP4A19932013S1
Folder: R-QUE-SG04.46-3-200746-3/4Preferred multiple-access characteristics in the fixed-satellite serviceSG4WP4B20072014S2
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Folder: R-QUE-SG04.91-1-199091-1/4Technical and operating characteristics of the radiodetermination-satellite serviceSG4WP4C19902014S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG04.109-1-2007109-1/4Global Maritime Distress and Safety System requirements for mobile-satellite systems operating in the bands 1 530-1 544 MHz and 1 626.5-1 645.5 MHzSG4WP4C20072013S1
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Folder: R-QUE-SG04.203-1-1993203-1/4The impact of using small antennas on the efficient use of the geostationary-satellite orbitSG4WP4A19932014S2
Folder: R-QUE-SG04.205-1-1995205-1/4Frequency sharing between non-geostationary satellite feeder links in the fixed-satellite service used by the mobile-satellite serviceSG4WP4A; WP4C19952014S2
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Folder: R-QUE-SG04.217-2-2007217-2/4Interference to the radionavigation-satellite service in the ICAO global navigation satellite systemSG4WP4C20072013S1
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Folder: R-QUE-SG04.236-1995236/4Interference criteria and calculation methods for the fixed-satellite serviceSG4WP4A19952014S2
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