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Guidance for bilateral/multilateral discussions on the use of frequency range 1 350 MHz - 43.5 GHz by fixed service systems196632Song, Xiaojing;Fukumuro, Kazutsugu;System Account6/5/2015 9:58:00 AM6/5/2015 9:58:00 AMSince 1979 the issue of cross-border coordination for the fixed service is no longer addressed within the Radio Regulations Due to the nature of electromagnetic propagation of STS_ListItem_10003https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={a27ea2fa-31a1-4458-9101-f6e654023380}&action=interactivepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={a27ea2fa-31a1-4458-9101-f6e654023380}&action=imagepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-61/R-HDB-61-20151 Introduction;1.1 Purpose and scope;1.2 Sharing in cross-border regions;2 Procedure for defining the necessity of bilateral/multilateral discussion of FS station ;2.1 General Method 1: Idealized course of action;2.2 General Method 2: Application of permissible power levels ;2.3 General Method 3: Application of coordination distances;2.4 Two-step procedure for defining the necessity of bilateral/multilateral discussion of FS station;3 Examples of agreement between concerned administrations;A.1 Generalized parameters of radio-relay stations FS (PP network);A.2 Generalized parameters of fixed wireless access stations FS (PMP network);A.3 An example of using conditional distance as a parameter for bilateral/multilateral discussions on frequency assignments to radiorelay station (PP network);A.4 An example of using a conditional area around transmitting radiorelay station which is formed on the basis of conservative data on propagation path to determine whether bilateral/multilateral discussions on frequency assignments is required;A.5 An example of using a conditional area around transmitting radiorelay station, which is calculated on the basis of available data on propagation path to determine whether the bilateral/multilateral discussion is required;A.6 An example of using a two-step procedure to determine whether the bilateral/multilateral review of frequency assignments to radio-relay stations is required (PP network);A.7 An example of using conditional distances to define the necessity of discussions on frequency assignments to base stations and user terminals (PMP network) ;A.8 An example of using conditional area around transmitting base station and user terminals (PMP network) based on conservative data for propagation paths to define the necessity of discussions on frequency assignments;A.9 An example of using conditional area around transmitting base station and user terminals (PMP network) based on real data for propagation paths to define the necessity of bilateral/multilateral discussions of frequency assignments;A.10 An example of using two-step procedure to define the necessity of discussion on frequency assignments to base stations and user terminals (PMP network)0https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearchdocxFalsedocxhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch{A27EA2FA-31A1-4458-9101-F6E654023380}https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-61/R-HDB-61-2015/R-HDB-61-2015-MSW-E.docx?d=wa27ea2fa31a144589101f6e654023380~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/ITURecItemWord.js3636
Handbook on Global Trends in International Mobile Telecommunications196648Fleche, Isabelle;Fukumuro, Kazutsugu;System AccountRécup. + Saisie: 18.12.2007/DD _x000d_ MEP + dict.: 04.01.2008/DD_x000d_ TM: 07.01.2008/DD_x000d_ Corr. 1ere int.: 21.01.2008/DD_x000d_ pdf: 22.01.2008/DD_x000d_ Corr. BAT: 04.02.2008/DD (4 fichiers)_x000d_ Corr. 2e BAT: 26.02.2008/DD_x000d_ Corr. 3e BAT: 29.02.2008/DD_x000d_ ULT: 05.03.2008/DD6/5/2015 9:33:00 AM6/5/2015 9:33:00 AMiv Handbook on Global Trends in IMT Recognizing the rapid progress of IMT, this Handbook does not necessarily contain all aspects of the future development of IMT STS_ListItem_10003https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={1cbc904b-35b3-4d16-a93b-3c2501eaf4b5}&action=interactivepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={1cbc904b-35b3-4d16-a93b-3c2501eaf4b5}&action=imagepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-62/R-HDB-62-2015Foreword;1 Introduction;1.1 Purpose and scope;1.2 Vocabulary of key terms used in this Handbook ;2 Usage trends and service requirements;2.1 Introduction;2.2 Usage trends ;2.3 Market trends;2.4 Key features of IMT;2.5 Servicing urban, rural and remote areas;2.6 Use of IMT for specialist applications;2.7 Considerations for developing countries;3 IMT system characteristics, technologies and standards;3.1 Introduction;3.2 IMT system concepts and objectives;3.3 IMT architecture and standards;3.4 Techniques to facilitate roaming;4 IMT spectrum;4.1 International spectrum identified for IMT ;4.2 Frequency arrangements 040E947C;7E1F2991;4BE63699;45D23B14;065608BD;2D99E6F2;4935A7DA;04CDCE0B;05F6D31B;14F363DC;3A97EF81;34DE5358;27BAF3F3;4A2D67C0;0CAEDE07;1FB60B11;0B23513A;7B9D018A;51510D95;48BF84350https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearchdocxFalsedocxhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch{1CBC904B-35B3-4D16-A93B-3C2501EAF4B5}https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-62/R-HDB-62-2015/R-HDB-62-2015-MSW-E.docx?d=w1cbc904b35b34d16a93b3c2501eaf4b5~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/ITURecItemWord.js3636
Use of Radio Spectrum for Meteorology: Weather, Water and Climate Monitoring and Prediction196881System Account5/22/2019 6:18:09 AM5/22/2019 6:18:09 AMSTS_ListItem_10003https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={86327edb-3a31-4b4a-8795-4f4d04857207}&action=interactivepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={86327edb-3a31-4b4a-8795-4f4d04857207}&action=imagepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-45/R-HDB-45-20170https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearchdocxFalsedocxhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch{86327EDB-3A31-4B4A-8795-4F4D04857207}https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-45/R-HDB-45-2017/R-HDB-45-2017-MSW-E.docx?d=w86327edb3a314b4a87954f4d04857207~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/ITURecItemWord.js3636
Space Research Communications196968ITU Radiocommunication Bureau (BR);Fukumuro, Kazutsugu;System AccountRécup. + Saisie: 18.12.2007/DD _x000d_ MEP + dict.: 04.01.2008/DD_x000d_ TM: 07.01.2008/DD_x000d_ Corr. 1ere int.: 21.01.2008/DD_x000d_ pdf: 22.01.2008/DD_x000d_ Corr. BAT: 04.02.2008/DD (4 fichiers)_x000d_ Corr. 2e BAT: 26.02.2008/DD_x000d_ Corr. 3e BAT: 29.02.2008/DD_x000d_ ULT: 05.03.2008/DD12/10/2014 9:03:00 AM12/10/2014 9:03:00 AMThe Handbook on space research communication has been developed by experts of Working Party 7B of Radiocommunication Study Group 7 (Science services The Handbook is not intended as STS_ListItem_10003https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={548b0594-2a07-4fcd-82b4-fefd0cf8620e}&action=interactivepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={548b0594-2a07-4fcd-82b4-fefd0cf8620e}&action=imagepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-43/R-HDB-43-2013Preface;Foreword;Foreword to the second edition;1.1 Space research – An overview;1.2 Space research mission characteristics;1.3 Space research systems;2.1 Functions;2.2 Implementation;3.1 Mission considerations;3.2 Equipment considerations;3.3 Propagation and radiation effects;3.4 Link performance considerations;3.5 Space research service allocations;4.1 Space research interference considerations;4.2 Protection criteria for the space research service;4.3 Sharing considerations for the space research service0https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearchdocxFalsedocxhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch{548B0594-2A07-4FCD-82B4-FEFD0CF8620E}https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-43/R-HDB-43-2013/R-HDB-43-2013-OAS-MSW-E.docx?d=w548b05942a074fcd82b4fefd0cf8620e~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/ITURecItemWord.js3636
Terrestrial land mobile radiowave propagation in the VHF/UHF bands196975ITU Radiocommunication Bureau (BR);Fukumuro, Kazutsugu;System AccountSaisie + figs + tabs + for + MEP: 23.04.02/MP Corr. BAT: 23.05.02/MP Corr. originaux: 19.06.02/MP7/11/2002 1:57:00 PM7/11/2002 1:57:00 PMNo part of this publication may be reproduced, by any means whatsoever, without the prior written permission of ITU CHAPTER  2  –  APPLICATIONS TO LAND MOBILE RADIO SYSTEMS 5 STS_ListItem_10003https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={a9e004ea-8d88-4baa-b005-f6564fb0d84c}&action=interactivepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={a9e004ea-8d88-4baa-b005-f6564fb0d84c}&action=imagepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-44/R-HDB-44-20020https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearchdocFalsedochttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch{A9E004EA-8D88-4BAA-B005-F6564FB0D84C}https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-44/R-HDB-44-2002/R-HDB-44-2002-OAS-MSW-E.doc?d=wa9e004ea8d884baab005f6564fb0d84c~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/ITURecItemWord.js3636
Land Mobile (including Wireless Access) - Volume 3: Dispatch and Advanced Messaging Systems196980lucasi;Fukumuro, Kazutsugu;System Account1/31/2006 9:03:00 AM1/31/2006 9:03:00 AMHandbook on Land Mobile (including Wireless Access The Handbook on Land Mobile was started in the late 1990’s within the ITUR Working Party 8A to meet an increasing need by STS_ListItem_10003https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={9fbba016-62f4-4375-b3a9-32917b1514ad}&action=interactivepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={9fbba016-62f4-4375-b3a9-32917b1514ad}&action=imagepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-47/R-HDB-47-20050https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearchdocFalsedochttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch{9FBBA016-62F4-4375-B3A9-32917B1514AD}https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-47/R-HDB-47-2005/R-HDB-47-2005-OAS-MSW-E.doc?d=w9fbba01662f44375b3a932917b1514ad~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/ITURecItemWord.js3636
Land Mobile (including Wireless Access) - Volume 5: Deployment of Broadband Wireless Access Systems196988UIT-R;Fukumuro, Kazutsugu;System Account5/19/2011 1:39:00 PM5/19/2011 1:39:00 PMThe information included in this Handbook, such as common names of technical specifications, figures, diagrams, charts, texts, logos or pictures (collectively, “materials”), was STS_ListItem_10003https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={148989b2-4b46-47c1-b192-7decb726fc87}&action=interactivepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={148989b2-4b46-47c1-b192-7decb726fc87}&action=imagepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-57/R-HDB-57-2011DISCLAIMERS, COPYRIGHTS AND TRADEMARKS;Foreword;1.1 Purpose and scope of Handbook on Land Mobile;1.2 Background;1.3 Societal economic benefits of broadband The contents of this section are based on a publication by the World Bank: Information and Communications for Development 2009: Extending Reach and Increasing Impact, World Bank (2009); in particular, Chapter 3 by Christine Zhen-Wei Qiang and Carlo M. Rossotto with Kaoru Kimura, “Economic Impacts of Broadband”. Available at: http://go.worldbank.org/NATLOH7HV0 ;1.4 Organization of Volume 5;2.1 Introduction;2.2 BWA defined;2.3 Application trends;2.4 Service environment: urban, suburban, remote and rural;2.5 Fixed, nomadic and mobile applications;3.1 Introduction;3.2 Broadband wireless access standards;4.1 Introduction;4.2 Spectrum needs of operators;4.3 Typical frequency bands / spectrum;4.4 Guidance on regulatory issues;5.1 Introduction: Key issues to consider prior to deployment;5.2 Deployment considerations: wireline vs. wireless;5.3 Designing BWA deployments for profitability0https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearchdocxFalsedocxhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch{148989B2-4B46-47C1-B192-7DECB726FC87}https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-57/R-HDB-57-2011/R-HDB-57-2011-OAS-MSW-E.docx?d=w148989b24b4647c1b1927decb726fc87~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/ITURecItemWord.js3636
Migration to IMT-2000 Systems - Supplement 1 to the Handbook on Deployment of IMT-2000 Systems197005ITU Radiocommunication Bureau (BR);Fukumuro, Kazutsugu;System AccountSaisie: Debut - Fin Chap.3: 31.01.05/MP Chap.4 - Chap.5: 01.02.05/MP Corr: 21.09.06/LE Corr. BAT: 15.02.05/MP Corr: 24.02.05/LE Replace pages: 24.05.2006/NM9/21/2006 7:42:00 AM9/21/2006 7:42:00 AMThis edition includes the modifications introduced by the Corrigendum dated 28 April 2006 The information included in this Supplement, such as common names of technical STS_ListItem_10003https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={d2ed45ef-4ebe-4d8b-957d-971f5eb709f8}&action=interactivepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={d2ed45ef-4ebe-4d8b-957d-971f5eb709f8}&action=imagepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-46/R-HDB-46-20050https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearchdocFalsedochttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch{D2ED45EF-4EBE-4D8B-957D-971F5EB709F8}https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-46/R-HDB-46-2005/R-HDB-46-2005-R1-MSW-E.doc?d=wd2ed45ef4ebe4d8b957d971f5eb709f8~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/ITURecItemWord.js3636
Radiowave propagation information for designing terrestrial point-to-point links197009ITU-R;Fukumuro, Kazutsugu;System AccountFormatage + saisie + MEP: 15.01.09/DD Insertion Figs: 06.02.2009/DD Corr. 1ère interne: 13.03.2009/DD 2e manusr.: 19.03.2009/DD (dict. ok) Corr. ULT: + pdf: 25+27.03.2009/DD 3/27/2009 8:23:00 AM3/27/2009 8:23:00 AMTerrestrial radio links are forming a vital part of the telecommunications infrastructure in most countries of the world Correct dimensioning with respect to radiowave propagation STS_ListItem_10003https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={a22014cd-7bfc-43e8-9707-22775ee233f2}&action=interactivepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={a22014cd-7bfc-43e8-9707-22775ee233f2}&action=imagepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-54/R-HDB-54-20090https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearchdocFalsedochttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch{A22014CD-7BFC-43E8-9707-22775EE233F2}https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-54/R-HDB-54-2009/R-HDB-54-2009-OAS-MSW-E.doc?d=wa22014cd7bfc43e8970722775ee233f2~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/ITURecItemWord.js3636
Migration to IMT-2000 Systems - Supplement 1 (Revision 1) of the Handbook on Deployment of IMT-2000 Systems197019ITU-R WP 7A;Fukumuro, Kazutsugu;System Account6/8/2011 2:29:00 PM6/8/2011 2:29:00 PMThis edition includes the modifications introduced by the corrigendum dated 28 April 2006 The information included in this revised Supplement 1, such as common names of technical STS_ListItem_10003https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={712cf953-24a9-405b-be9e-4602a407523d}&action=interactivepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc={712cf953-24a9-405b-be9e-4602a407523d}&action=imagepreviewhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-46/R-HDB-46-20111.1 Background;1.2 About Recommendation ITU-R M.1457;1.3 From existing mobile networks to IMT2000;1.4 IMT2000 and IMT-Advanced systems;1.5 Driving forces for IMT2000;1.6 Demand for non-voice, high bit-rate services;1.7 Flexibility: Multi-environment capabilities;1.8 Information on IMT2000 Satellite Technologies;1.9 Standards development organizations dealing with IMT2000 ;1.10 Organization of this revised Supplement 1;2.1 Special needs of operators, regulators and users in developing countries ;2.2 Strategies for smooth transition;2.3 Accommodating special needs for transitioning to IMT2000;2.4 IMT2000 service offerings ;2.5 Spectrum requirements (including the possibility of using existing bands);2.6 Interoperability with existing networks and among IMT2000 technologies;2.7 Licensing aspects (practices);2.8 Lawful interception and common access to emergency services ;3.1 Introduction;3.2 Considerations for evolution/migration0https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearchdocxFalsedocxhttps://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch{712CF953-24A9-405B-BE9E-4602A407523D}https://extranet.itu.int/brdocsearch/R-HDB/R-HDB-46/R-HDB-46-2011/R-HDB-46-2011-OAS-MSW-E.docx?d=w712cf95324a9405bbe9e4602a407523d~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/ITURecItemWord.js3636

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