ITU - RADIOCOMMUNICATION SECTOR (ITU-R)
The ITU-R plays a vital role in the management of the radio-frequency spectrum and satellite orbits; finite natural resources, which are increasingly in demand from a large number of services such as fixed, mobile, broadcasting, amateur, space research, meteorology, global positioning systems, environmental monitoring; and those communication services that ensure safety of life at sea and in the skies.
IEEE Participation in ITU-R
IEEE is a sector member of the ITU-R. For more information about IEEE's participation in the ITU-R, contact the Technical Liaison, Mike Lynch, via email.
Access to ITU-R Working Documents
IEEE has access to the ITU Electronic Library of documents, access can be obtained by requesting an ITU TIES account. Submit your request for a TIES account, via the ITU website, where IEEE will authorize the request and create the new TIES account.
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Additonal Information About ITU-R
Publications - ITU-R publishes numerous items which include Regulatory Publications, Conference Publications, and Recommendations.
- Study Group 1 (SG 1) - Spectrum management
- Study Group 3 (SG 3) - Radiowave propagation
- Study Group 4 (SG 4) - Satellite Services
- Study Group 6 (SG 6) - Broadcasting services
- Study Group 7 (SG 7) - Science services
- CCV (CCV) - Coordination Committee for Vocabulary
- CPM (CPM) - Conference Preparatory Meeting (CPM)
- SC (SC) - Special Committee
- Working methods for the Radiocommunication Assembly, the Radiocommunication Study Groups, and the Radiocommunication Advisory Group
- Guidelines for the working methods
- Guidelines associated with Resolution ITU-R 9 (Liaison and collaboration with other organizations)
- Administrative Circulars and Circular Letters