Translation portfolio

  1. REC. ITU-R ВО.566-3  Terminology relating to the use of space communication techniques for broadcasting.
  2. REC. ITU-R ВО.600-1 Standardized set of test conditions and measurement procedures for the subjective and objective determination of protection ratios for television in the terrestrial broadcasting and the broadcasting-satellite services.
  3. REC. ITU-R ВО.650-2 Standards for conventional television systems for satellite broadcasting in the channels defined by Appendix 30 of the Radio Regulations.
  4. REC. ITU-R ВО.651 Digital PCM coding for the emission of high-quality sound signals in satellite broadcasting (15 kHz nominal bandwidth).
  5. REC. ITU-R ВО.652-1 Reference patterns for earth-station and satellite antennas for the broadcasting-satellite service in the 12 GHz band and for the associated feeder links in the 14 GHz and 17 GHz bands.
  6. REC. ITU ВО.712-1 High-quality sound/data standards for the broadcasting-satellite service in the 12 GHz band.
  7. REC. ITU-R ВО.786 MUSE system for HDTV broadcasting-satellite services.
  8. REC. ITU-R ВО.787 MAC/packet based system for HDTV broadcasting-satellite services.
  9. REC. ITU-R ВО.788-1 Coding rate for virtually transparent studio quality HDTV emissions in the broadcasting-satellite service.
  10. REC. МСЭ-R ВО.789-2 Service for digital sound broadcasting to vehicular, portable and fixed receivers for broadcasting-satellite service (sound) in the frequency range 1 400-2 700 MHz.
  11. REC. ITU-R ВО.790 Characteristics of receiving equipment and calculation of receiver figure-of-merit (G/T) for the broadcasting-satellite service.
  12. REC. ITU-R ВО.791 Choice of polarization for the broadcasting-satellite service.
  13. REC. ITU-R ВО.792 Interference protection ratios for the broadcasting-satellite service (television) in the 12 GHz band.
  14. REC. ITU-R ВО.793 Partitioning of noise between feeder links for the broadcasting satellite service (BSS) and BSS down links.
  15. REC. ITU-R ВО.794 Techniques for minimizing the impact on the overall BSS system performance due to rain along the feeder-link path.
  16. REC. ITU-R ВО.795 Techniques for alleviating mutual interference between feeder links to the BSS.
  17. REC. ITU-R ВО.1130-2 System for digital sound broadcasting to vehicular, portable and fixed receivers for broadcasting service satellite (sound) bands in the frequency range 1 400-2 700 MHz.
  18. REC. ITU-R ВО.1211 Digital multi-programme emission systems for television, sound and data services for satellites operating in the 11/12 GHz frequency range.
  19. REC. ITU-R ВО.1212 Calculation of total interference between geostationary-satellite networks in the broadcasting-satellite service.
  20. REC. ITU-R ВО.1213 Reference receiving earth station antenna patterns for replanning purposes to be used in the revision of the WARC-77 BSS plans for Regions 1 and 3.
  21. REC. ITU-R ВО.1293-1 Protection masks and associated calculation methods for interference into broadcast satellite systems involving digital emissions.
  22. REC. ITU-R ВО.1294 Common functional requirements for the reception of digital multiprogramme television emissions by satellites operating in the 11/12 GHz frequency range.
  23. REC. ITU-R ВО.1295 Reference transmit Earth station antenna off-axis e.i.r.p. patterns for planning purposes to be used in the revision of the Appendix 30A (Orb-88) Plans of the Radio Regulations at 14 GHz and 17 GHz in Regions 1 and 3.
  24. REC. ITU-R ВО.1296 Reference receive space station antenna patterns for planning purposes to be used for elliptical beams in the revision of the Appendix 30A (Orb-88) Plans of the Radio Regulations at 14 GHz and 17 GHz in Regions 1 and 3.
  25. REC. ITU-R ВО.1297 Protection ratios to be used for planning purposes in the revision of the Appendices 30 (Orb-85) and 30A (Orb-88) Plans of the Radio Regulations in Regions 1 and 3.
  26. REC. ITU-R ВО.1373 Use of BSS assignments for FSS transmissions.
  27. REC. ITU-R ВО.1383 Introduction of the broadcasting-satellite service (sound) in the same frequency bands as used by mobile aeronautical telemetry systems in the frequency range 1-3 GHz.
  28. REC. ITU-R ВО.1408 Transmission system for advanced multimedia services provided by integrated services digital broadcasting in a broadcasting-satellite channel.
  29. REC. ITU-R ВО.1443 Reference BSS earth station antenna patterns for use in interference assessment involving non-GSO satellites in frequency bands covered by RR Appendix S30.
  30. REC. ITU-R ВО.1444 Protection of the broadcasting-satellite service in the 12 GHz band and associated feeder links in the 17 GHz band from interference caused by non-geostationary fixed satellite service systems.
  31. REC. ITU-R ВО.1445 Improved patterns for fast roll-off satellite transmit antennas of the Regions 1 and 3 BSS plans of RR Appendix S30.
  32. REC. ITU-R ВО.1503 Functional description to be used in developing software tools for determining conformity of non-GSO FSS networks with limits contained in Article S22 of the Radio Regulation.
  33. REC. ITU-R BR.780-2 Time and control code standards, for production applications in order to facilitate the international exchange of television programmes on magnetic tapes.
  34. REC. ITU-R BS.468-4 Measurement of audio-frequency noise voltage level in sound broadcasting.
  35. REC. ITU-R BS.562-3 Subjective assessment of sound quality.
  36. REC. ITU-R BS.644-1 Audio quality parameters for the performance of a high-quality sound-programme transmission chain.
  37. REC. ITU-R BS.645-2 Test signals and metering to be used on international sound-programme connections.
  38. REC. ITU-R BS.646-1 Source encoding for digital sound signals in broadcasting studios.
  39. REC. ITU-R BS.647-2 A digital audio interface for broadcasting studios.
  40. REC. ITU-R BS.708 Determination of the electro-acoustical properties of studio monitor headphones.
  41. REC. ITU-R BS.775-1 Multi-channel stereophonic sound system with and without accompanying picture.
  42. REC. ITU-R BS.776 Format for user data channel of the digital audio interface.
  43. REC. ITU-R BS.1115 Low bit-rate audio coding.
  44. REC. ITU-R BS.1116-1 Methods for the subjective assessment of small impairments in audio systems including multichannel sound systems.
  45. REC. ITU-R BS.1196 Audio coding for digital terrestrial television broadcasting.
  46. REC. ITU-R BS.1283 Subjective assessment of sound quality - A guide to existing recommendations.
  47. REC. ITU-R BS.1284 Methods for the subjective assessment of sound quality –General requirements.
  48. REC. ITU-R BS.1285 Pre-selection methods for the subjective assessment of small impairments in audio systems.
  49. REC. ITU-R BS.1286 Methods for the subjective assessment of audio systems with accompanying picture.
  50. REC. ITU-R BS.1387 Method for objective measurements of perceived audio quality.
  51. REC. ITU-R BS.1423 Guidelines for producing multichannel soundtracks using surround matrix techniques.
  52. REC. ITU-R ВS.1548-2 User requirements for audio coding systems for digital broadcasting.
  53. REC. ITU-R ВТ.1120-6 Digital interfaces for HDTV studio signals.
  54. REC. ITU-R ВТ.1381-2 SDI-based transport interface for compressed television signals in networked television production based on Recommendations ITU-R BT.656 and ITU-R BT.1302.
  55. REC. ITU-R ВТ.1439-1 Measurement methods applicable in the analogue television studio and the overall analogue television system.
  56. REC. ITU-R ВТ.1687 Video bit-rate reduction for real-time distribution of large-screen digital imagery applications for presentation in a theatrical environment.
  57. REC. ITU-R ВТ.1736 Broadcasting of redistribution signalling for television.
  58. REC. ITU-R ВТ.1737 Use of the REC. ITU-T Recommendation H.264 (MPEG-4/AVC) video source-coding method to transport HDTV programme material.
  59. Rec. ITU-R  BT.1774  Use of satellite and terrestrial broadcast infrastructures for public warning, disaster mitigation and relief.
  60. Rec. ITU-Т E.106  International Emergency Preference Scheme (IEPS) for disaster relief operations.
  61. Rec. ITU-Т E.107  Emergency Telecommunications Service (ETS) and interconnection framework for national implementations of ETS.
  62. Rec. ITU-Т E.480 Framework for service management operational requirements - Service management.
  63. REC. ITU-R F.106-2 The use of diversity for voice-frequency telegraphy on HF radio circuits.
  64. REC. ITU-R F.162-3 Use of directional transmitting antennas in the fixed service operating in bands below about 30 MHz.
  65. REC. ITU-R F.240-6 Signal-to-interference protection ratios for various classes of emission in the fixed service below about 30 MHz.
  66. REC. ITU-R F.246-3 Frequency-shift keying.
  67. REC. ITU-R F.283-5 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for low and medium capacity analogue or digital radio-relay systems operating in the 2 GHz band.
  68. REC. ITU-R F.302-3 Limitation of interference from trans-horizon radio-relay systems.
  69. REC. ITU-R F.338-2 Bandwidth required at the output of a telegraph or telephone receiver.
  70. REC. ITU-R F.339-6 Bandwidths, signal-to-noise ratios and fading allowances in complete systems.
  71. REC. ITU-R F.342-2 Automatic error-correcting system for telegraph signals transmitted over radio circuits.
  72. REC. ITU-R F. 345 Telegraph distortion.
  73. REC. ITU-R F.347 Classification of multi-channel radiotelegraph systems for longrange circuits operating at frequencies below about 30 MHz and the designation of the channels in these systems.
  74. REC. ITU-R F.348-4 Arrangement of channels in multi-channel single-sideband and independent-sideband transmitters for long-range circuits operating at frequencies below about 30 MHz.
  75. REC. ITU-R F.349-5 Frequency stability required for systems operating in the HF fixed service to make the use of automatic frequency control superfluous.
  76. REC. ITU-R F.382-7 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for radio-relay systems operating in the 2 and 4 GHz bands.
  77. REC. ITU-R F.383-6 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for for high capacity radio-relay systems operating in the lower 6 GHz band.
  78. REC. ITU-R F.384-7 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for medium and high capacity analogue or digital radio-relay systems operating in the upper 6 GHz band.
  79. REC. ITU-R F.385-6 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for radio-relay systems operating in the 7 GHz band.
  80. REC. ITU-R F.386-6 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for medium and high capacity analogue or digital radio-relay systems operating in the 8 GHz band.
  81. REC. ITU-R F.387-8 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for radio-relay systems operating in the 11 GHz band.
  82. REC. ITU-R F.390-4 Definitions of terms and references concerning hypothetical reference circuits and hypothetical reference digital paths for radio-relay systems.
  83. REC. ITU-R F.392 Hypothetical reference circuit for radio-relay systems for telephony using frequency-division multiplex with a capacity of more than 60 telephone channels.
  84. REC. ITU-R F.393-4 Allowable noise power in the hypothetical reference circuit for radio-relay systems for telephony using frequency-division multiplex.
  85. REC. ITU-R F.436-5 Arrangement of voice-frequency, frequency-shift telegraph channels over HF radio circuits.
  86. REC. ITU-R F.454-1 Pilot carrier level for HF single-sideband and independent sideband reduced-carrier systems.
  87. REC. ITU-R F.497-6 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for radio-relay systems operating in the 13 GHz frequency band.
  88. REC. ITU-R F.518-1 Single-channel simplex ARQ telegraph system.
  89. REC. ITU-R F.519  Single-channel duplex ARQ telegraph system.
  90. REC. ITU-R F.555-1 Permissible noise in the hypothetical reference circuit of radiorelay systems for television.
  91. REC. ITU-R F.556-1 Hypothetical reference digital path for radio-relay systems which may form part of an integrated services digital network with a capacity above the second hierarchical level.
  92. REC. ITU-R F.557-4 Availability objective for radio-relay systems over a hypothetical reference circuit and a hypothetical reference digital path.
  93. REC. ITU-R F.592-2 Terminology used for radio-relay system.s
  94. REC. ITU-R F.594-4 Error performance objectives of the hypothetical reference digital path for radio-relay systems providing connections at a bit rate below the primary rate and forming part or all of the high grade portion of an integrated services digital network.
  95. REC. ITU-R F.595-6 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for radio-relay systems operating in the 18 GHz frequency band.
  96. REC. ITU-R F.596-1 Interconnection of digital radio-relay systems.
  97. REC. ITU-R F.612 Measurement of reciprocal mixing in HF communication receivers in the fixed service.
  98. REC. ITU-R F.613 The use of ionospheric channel sounding systems operating in the fixed service at frequencies below about 30 MHz.
  99. REC. ITU-R F.634-4 Error performance objectives for real digital radio-relay links forming part of the high-grade portion of international digital connections at a bit rate below the primary rate within an integrated services digital network.
  100. REC. ITU-R F.635-5 Radio-frequency channel arrangements based on a homogeneous pattern for radio-relay systems operating in the 4 GHz band.
  101. REC. ITU-R F.636-3  Radio-frequency channel arrangements for radio-relay systems operating in the 15 GHz band.
  102. REC. ITU-R F.637-3 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for radio-relay systems operating in the 23 GHz band.
  103. REC. ITU-R F.695 Availability objectives for real digital radio-relay links forming part of a high-grade circuit within an integrated services digital network.
  104. REC. ITU-R F.696-2 Error performance and availability objectives for hypothetical reference digital sections forming part or all of the medium-grade portion of an ISDN connection at a bit rate below the primary rate utilizing digital radio-relay systems.
  105. REC. ITU-R F.697-2 Error performance and availability objectives for the local-grade portion at each end of an ISDN connection at a bit rate below the primary rate utilizing digital radio-relay systems.
  106. REC. ITU-R F.698-2 Preferred frequency bands for trans-horizon radio-relay systems.
  107. REC. ITU-R F.700-2 Error performance and availability measurement algorithm for digital radio-relay links at the system bit-rate interface.
  108. REC. ITU-R F.745 CCIR Recommendations for analogue radio-relay systems.
  109. REC. ITU-R F.746-4  Radio-frequency channel arrangements for radio-relay systems.
  110. REC. ITU-R F.747 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for radio-relay systems operating in the 10 GHz band.
  111. REC. ITU-R F.748-3 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for radio-relay systems operating in the 25, 26 and 28 GHz bands.
  112. REC. ITU-R F.749-1 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for radio-relay systems in the 38 GHz band.
  113. REC. ITU-R F.750-4  Architectures and functional aspects of radio-relay systems for SDH-based networks.
  114. REC. ITU-R F.751-2 Transmission characteristics and performance requirements of radio-relay systems for SDH-based networks.
  115. REC. ITU-R F.752-1 Diversity techniques for radio-relay systems.
  116. REC. ITU-R F.753 Preferred methods and characteristics for the supervision and protection of digital radio-relay systems.
  117. REC. ITU-R F.762-2 Main characteristics of remote control and monitoring systems for HF receiving and transmitting stations.
  118. REC. ITU-R F.763-4 Data transmission over HF circuits using phase-shift keying.
  119. REC. ITU-R F.764-1 Minimum requirements for HF radio systems using a packet transmission protocol.
  120. Rec. ITU-Т F.790 Telecommunications accessibility guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities.
  121. REC. ITU-R F.1092-1 Error performance objectives for constant bit rate digital path at or above the primary rate carried by digital radio-relay systems which may form part of the international portion of a 27 500 km hypothethical reference path.
  122. REC. ITU-R F.1093-1 Effects of multipath propagation on the design and operation of line-of-sight digital radio-relay systems.
  123. REC. ITU-R F.1094-1 Maximum allowable error performance and availability degradations to digital radio-relay systems arising from interference from emissions and radiations from other sources.
  124. REC. ITU-R F.1095 A procedure for determining coordination area between radiorelay stations of the fixed service.
  125. REC. ITU-R F.1096 Methods of calculating line-of-sight interference into radio-relay systems to account for terrain scattering.
  126. REC. ITU-R F.1097-1  Interference mitigation options to enhance compatibility between radar systems and digital radio-relay systems.
  127. REC. ITU-R F.1098-1 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for radio-relay systems in the 1 900-2 300 MHz band.
  128. REC. ITU-R F.1099-3 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for high-capacity digital radio-relay systems in the 5 GHz (4 400-5 000 MHz) band.
  129. REC. ITU-R F.1101 Characteristics of digital radio-relay systems below about 17 GHz.
  130. REC. ITU-R F.1102 Characteristics of radio-relay systems operating in frequency bands above about 17 GHz.
  131. Rec. ITU-R  F.1105-2  Fixed wireless systems for disaster mitigation and relief operations.
  132. REC. ITU-R F.1106 Effects of propagation on the design and operation of transhorizon radio-relay systems.
  133. REC. ITU-R F.1110-2 Adaptive radio systems for frequencies below about 30 MHz.
  134. REC. ITU-R F.1111-1 Improved Lincompex system for HF radiotelephone circuits.
  135. REC. ITU-R F.1112-1 Digitized speech transmissions for systems operating below about 30 MHz.
  136. REC. ITU-R F.1113 Radio systems employing meteor-burst propagation.
  137. REC. ITU-R F.1189-1 Error performance objectives for constant bit rate digital paths at or above the primary rate carried by digital radio-relay systems which may form part or all of the national portion of a 27 500 km hypothetical reference path.
  138. REC. ITU-R F.1190 Protection criteria for digital radio-relay systems to ensure compatibility with radar systems in the radiodetermination service.
  139. REC. ITU-R F.1191-1 Bandwidths and unwanted emissions of digital radio-relay systems.
  140. REC. ITU-R F.1192 Traffic capacity of automatically controlled radio systems and networks in the HF fixed service.
  141. REC. ITU-R F.1241 Performance degradation due to interference from other services sharing the same frequency bands on a primary basis with digital radio-relay systems operating at or above the primary rate and which may form part of the international portion of a 27 500 km hypothetical reference path.
  142. REC. ITU-R F.1242 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for digital radio systems operating in the range 1 350 MHz to 1 530 MHz.
  143. REC. ITU-R F.1243 Radio-frequency channel arrangements for digital radio systems operating in the range 2 290-2 670 MHz.
  144. REC. ITU-R F.1330-1 Performance limits for bringing into service of the parts of international PDH and SDH paths and sections implemented by digital radio-relay systems.
  145. REC. ITU-R F.1331 Performance degradation due to interference from other services sharing the same frequency bands on a primary basis with analogue radio-relay systems for television.
  146. REC. ITU-R F.1337 Frequency management of adaptive HF radio systems and networks using FMCW oblique-incidence sounding.
  147. REC. ITU-R F.1397-1  Error performance objectives for real digital radio links used in the international portion of a 27 500 km hypothetical reference path at or above the primary rate.
  148. REC. ITU-R F.1398 Performance degradation due to interference from other services sharing the same frequency bands on a primary basis with digital radio-relay systems operating at or above the primary rate and which may form part of the national portion of a 27 500 km hypothetical reference path.
  149. REC. ITU-R F.1487 Testing of HF modems with bandwidths of up to about 12 kHz using ionospheric channel simulators.
  150. REC. ITU-R F.1491-1 Error performance objectives for real digital radio links used in the national portion of a 27 500 km hypothetical reference path at or above the primary rate.
  151. REC. ITU-R F.1492  Availability objectives for real digital radio-relay links forming part of international portion constant bit rate digital path at or above the primary rate.
  152. REC. ITU-R F.1493  Availability objectives for real digital radio-relay links forming part of national portion constant bit rate digital path at or above the primary rate.
  153. REC. ITU-R F.1494 Interference criteria to protect the fixed service from time varying aggregate interference from other services sharing the 10.7-12.75 GHz band on a co-primary basis.
  154. REC. ITU-R F.1495 Interference criteria to protect the fixed service from time varying aggregate interference from other services sharing the 17.7-19.3 GHz band on a co-primary basis.
  155. REC. ITU-R F.1496  Radio-frequency channel arrangement for radio-relay systems in the fixed service operating in the band 51.4-52.6 GHz.
  156. REC. ITU-R F.1497  Radio-frequency channel arrangements for systems in the fixed service operating in the band 55.78-59 GHz.
  157. REC. ITU-R F.1498  Deployment characteristics of fixed service systems in the band 37-40 GHz for use in sharing studies.
  158. REC. ITU-R F.1500  Preferred characteristics of systems in the fixed service using high altitude platforms operating in the bands 47.2-47.5 GHz and 47.9-48.2 GHz.
  159. REC. ITU-R F.1501  Coordination distance for systems in the fixed service (FS) involving high-altitude platform stations (HAPSS) sharing the frequency bands 47.2-47.5 GHz and 47.9-48.2 GHz with other systems in the fixed service.
  160. REC. ITU-T G.653  Characteristics of a dispersion-shifted single-mode optical fibre and cable.
  161. REC. ITU-T G.656  Characteristics of a fibre and cable with non-zero dispersion for wideband optical transport.
  162. REC. ITU-T G.691  Optical interfaces for single-channel STM-64, STM-256 and other SDH systems with optical interfaces.
  163. REC. ITU-T G.729.1 G.729 based Embedded Variable bit-rate coder: An 8-32 kbit/s scalable wideband coder bitstream interoperable with G.729.
  164. REC. ITU-T G.803  Architecture of transport networks based on the SDH.
  165. REC. ITU-T G.806  Characteristics of transport equipment - Desription methodology and generic functionality.
  166. REC. ITU-T G.984.3 – Amendment 3 Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks (G-PON): Transmission convergence layer specification.
  167. REC. ITU-T G.992.1  Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Transceivers. Annex H. Specific requirements for a synchronised symmetrical DSL system operating in the same cable binder as Time-Compression Multiplexed ISDN (TCM-ISDN) as defined in REC.-T Recommendation G.961.
  168. REC. ITU-T G.1030 Estimating end-to-end performance in IP networks for data applications.
  169. REC. ITU-T G.8011.2/Y.1307.2 Ethernet Virtual Private Line Service.
  170. REC. ITU-T Н.241 Extended Video Procedures and Control Signals for H.300 Series Terminals.
  171. REC. ITU-T H.248.40 Gateway Control Protocol: Application Data Inactivity Detection Package.
  172. REC. ITU-T H.248.44  Gateway control protocol: Multi-level precedence and pre-emption package.
  173. REC. ITU-T H.248.46 Gateway Control Protocol: Connection Capability Control Package.
  174. REC. ITU-T H.248.47 Gateway control protocol: Statistic conditional reporting package.
  175. REC. ITU-T Н.263 Video Coding for low bit rate communication.
  176. REC. ITU-T H.264 – Amendment 1 Advanced video coding for generic audiovisual services.
  177. Rec. ITU-Т H.272 Procedures and values for video gamma correction for compensation in multimedia systems.
  178. Rec. ITU-Т H.350.7 Directory services architecture for XMPP.
  179. Rec. ITU-Т H.460.4 Call priority designation and country/international network of call origination identification for H.323 priority calls.
  180. Rec. ITU-Т H.460.14  Support for Multi-Level Precedence and Preemption (MLPP) within H.323 systems.
  181. Rec. ITU-Т H.460.21  Message broadcast for H.323 systems.
  182. REC. ITU-T J.197 High level requirements for a Digital Rights Management (DRM) Bridge to a Home Network.
  183. Rec. ITU-Т J.210 Downstream RF Interface for Cable Modem Termination Systems.
  184. Rec. ITU-Т J.260  Requirements for preferential telecommunications over IPCablecom networks.
  185. Rec. ITU-Т J.292 Next generation set-top-box media independent architecture.
  186. Rec. ITU-Т J.363 IPCablecom2 data collection to support accounting.
  187. REC. ITU-R М.493-8 Digital selective-calling system for use in the maritime mobile service.
  188. REC. ITU-R М.541-7 Operational procedures for the use of digital selective-calling equipment in the maritime mobile service.
  189. REC. ITU-R М.632-3 Transmission characteristics of a satellite emergency position indicating radio beacon (satellite EPIRB) system operating through geostationary satellites in the 1.6 GHz band.
  190. REC. ITU-R М.687-2 International Mobile Telecommunications-2000 (IMT-2000).
  191. Rec. ITU-R  M.693  Technical characteristics of VHF emergency position-indicating radio beacons using digital selective calling (DSC VHF EPIRB).
  192. REC. ITU-R М.819-2 International Mobile Telecommunications-2000 (IMT-2000) for developing countries.
  193. REC. ITU-R М.821-1 Optional expansion of the digital selective-calling system for use in the maritime mobile service.
  194. Rec. ITU-R M.830-1  Operational procedures for mobile-satellite networks or systems in the bands 1 530-1 544 MHz and 1 626.5-1 645.5 MHz which are used for distress and safety purposes as specified for GMDSS.
  195. REC. ITU-R М.1033-1 Technical and operational characteristics of cordless telephones and cordless telecommunication systems.
  196. REC. ITU-R М.1034-1 Requirements for the radio interface(s) for International Mobile Telecommunications-2000 (IMT-2000).
  197. REC. ITU-R М.1039-1 Co-frequency sharing between stations in the mobile service below 1 GHz and FDMA non-geostationary-satellite orbit (non-GSO) mobile earth stations.
  198. Rec. ITU-R M.1042-3  Disaster communications in the amateur and amateur-satellite services.
  199. REC. ITU-R М.1073-1 Digital cellular land mobile telecommunication system.s
  200. REC. ITU-R М.1085-1 Technical and operational characteristics of wind profiler radars for bands in the vicinity of 400 MHz.
  201. REC. ITU-R М.1221 Technical and operational requirements for cellular multimode mobile radio stations.
  202. REC. ITU-R М.1222 Transmission of data messages on shared private land mobile radio channels.
  203. REC. ITU-R М.1223 Evaluation of security mechanisms for IMT-2000.
  204. REC. ITU-R М.1224 Vocabulary of terms for International Mobile Telecommunications-2000 (IMT-2000).
  205. REC. ITU-R М.1225 Guidelines for evaluation of radio transmission technologies for IMT-2000.
  206. REC. ITU-R М.1226 Technical and operational characteristics of wind profiler radars in bands in the vicinity of 50 MHz.
  207. REC. ITU-R М.1227 Technical and operational characteristics of wind profiler radars in bands in the vicinity of 1 000 MHz.
  208. REC. ITU-R М.1228 Methodology for determining performance objectives for narrowband channels in mobile satellite systems using geostationary satellites not forming part of the ISDN.
  209. REC. ITU-R М.1229 Performance objectives for the digital aeronautical mobile satellite service (AMSS) channels operating in the bands 1 525 to 1 559 MHz and 1 626.5 to 1 660.5 MHz not forming part of the ISDN.
  210. REC. ITU-R М.1230 Performance objectives for space-to-Earth links operating in the mobile-satellite service with non-geostationary satellites in the 137-138 MHz band.
  211. REC. ITU-R М.1231 Interference criteria for space-to-Earth links operating in the mobile-satellite service with non-geostationary satellites in the 137-138 MHz band.
  212. REC. ITU-R М.1232 Sharing criteria for space-to-Earth links operating in the mobile satellite service with non-geostationary satellites in the 137-138 MHz band.
  213. REC. ITU-R М.1233 Technical considerations for sharing satellite network resources between the mobile-satellite service (MSS) (other than the aeronautical mobile-satellite (R) service (AMS(R)S)) and AMS(R)S.
  214. REC. ITU-R М.1234 Permissible level of interference in a digital channel of a geostationary satellite network in the aeronautical mobile satellite (R) service (AMS(R)S) in the bands 1 545 to 1 555 MHz and 1 646.5 to 1 656.5 MHz and its associated feeder links caused by other networks of this service and the fixed-satellite service.
  215. REC. ITU-R М.1457 Detailed specifications of the radio interfaces of international mobile telecommunications 2000 (IMT-2000).
  216. Rec. ITU-R M.1467-1  Prediction of A2 and NAVTEX ranges and protection of A2 global maritime distress and safety system distress watch channel.
  217. Rec. ITU-R M.1637  Global cross-border circulation of radiocommunication equipment in emergency and disaster relief situations.
  218. Rec. ITU-R M.1746  Harmonized frequency channel plans for the protection of property using data ommunication.
  219. Rec. ITU-R M.1796 Characteristics of and protection criteria for terrestrial radars operating in the radiodetermination service in the frequency band 8 500-10 500 MHz.
  220. Rec. ITU-R M.1798 Characteristics of HF radio equipment for the exchange of digital data and electronic mail in the maritime mobile service.
  221. Rec. ITU-R M.1831 A coordination methodology for RNSS inter-system interference estimation.
  222. Rec. ITU-Т M.3350  TMN service management requirements for information interchange across the TMN X-interface to support provisioning of Emergency Telecommunication Service (ETS).
  223. REC. ITU-T О.172 Jitter and wander measuring equipment for digital systems which are based on the synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH).
  224. REC. ITU-T О.211 Test and measurement equipment to perform tests at the IP layer.
  225. REC. ITU-T Р.57 Artificial ears.
  226. REC. ITU-T Р.862.3 Application guide for objective quality measurement based on Recommendations P.862, P.862.1 and P.862.2.
  227. Rec. ITU-R P.1144-1 Guide to the application of the propagation methods of Radiocommunication Study Group 3.
  228. REC. ITU P.1410  Propagation data and prediction methods required for the design of terrestrial broadband millimetric radio access systems operating in a frequency range of about 20-50 GHz.
  229. REC. ITU-T Q.1741.4 IMT-2000 References to Release 6 of GSM evolved UMTS Core Networks.
  230. REC. ITU-T Q.1742.1 IMT-2000 References to ANSI-41 evolved Core Network with cdma2000 Access Network.
  231. REC. ITU-R S.352-4 Hypothetical reference circuit for systems using analogue transmission in the fixed-satellite service.
  232. REC. ITU-R S.353-8 Allowable noise power in the hypothetical reference circuit for frequency-division multiplex telephony in the fixed-satellite service.
  233. REC. ITU-R S.354-2 Video bandwidth and permissible noise level in the hypothetical reference circuit for the fixed-satellite service.
  234. REC. ITU-R S.446-4 Carrier energy dispersal for systems employing angle modulation by analogue signals or digital modulation in the fixed-satellite service.
  235. REC. ITU-R S.464-2 Pre-emphasis characteristics for frequency-modulation systems for frequency-division multiplex telephony in the fixed-satellite service.
  236. REC. ITU-R S.465-5 Reference earth-station radiation pattern for use in coordination and interference assessment in the frequency range from 2 to about 30 GHz.
  237. REC. ITU-R S.466-6 Maximum permissible level of interference in a telephone channel of a geostationary-satellite network in the fixed-satellite service employing frequency modulation with frequency-division multiplex, caused by other networks of this service.
  238. REC. ITU-R S.481-2 Measurement of noise in actual traffic for systems in the fixed satellite service for telephony using frequency-division multiplex.
  239. REC. ITU-R S.482-2 Measurement of performance by means of a signal of a uniform spectrum for systems using frequency-division multiplex telephony in the fixed-satellite service.
  240. REC. ITU-R S.483-3 Maximum permissible level of interference in a television channel of a geostationary-satellite network in the fixed- satellite service employing frequency modulation, caused by other networks of this service.
  241. REC. ITU-R S.484-3 Station-keeping in longitude of geostationary satellites in the fixed-satellite service.
  242. REC. ITU-R S.521-4 Hypothetical reference digital paths for systems using digital transmission in the fixed-satellite service.
  243. REC. ITU-R S.522-5 Allowable bit error ratios at the output of the hypothetical reference digital path for systems in the fixed-satellite service using pulse-code modulation for telephony.
  244. REC. ITU-R S.523-4 Maximum permissible levels of interference in a geostationary satellite network in the fixed-satellite service using 8-bit PCM encoded telephony, caused by other networks of this service.
  245. REC. ITU-R S.524-5 Maximum permissible levels of off-axis e.i.r.p density from earth stations in the fixed-satellite service transmitting in the 6 and 14 GHz frequency bands.
  246. REC. ITU-R S.579-4 Availability objectives for a hypothetical reference circuit and a hypothetical reference digital path when used for telephony using pulse code modulation, or as part of an integrated services digital network hypothetical reference connection, in the fixed satellite service.
  247. REC. ITU-R S.580-5 Radiation diagrams for use as design objectives for antennas of earth stations operating with geostationary satellites.
  248. REC. ITU-R S.614-3 Allowable error performance for a hypothetical reference digital path in the fixed-satellite service operating below 15 GHz when forming part of an international connection in an integrated services digital network.
  249. REC. ITU-R S.670-1 Flexibility in the positioning of satellites as a design objective.
  250. REC. ITU-R S.671-3 Necessary protection ratios for narrow-band single channel-percarrier transmissions interfered with by analogue television carriers.
  251. REC. ITU-R S.672-4 Satellite antenna radiation pattern for use as a design objective in the fixed-satellite service employing geostationary satellites.
  252. REC. ITU-R S.673 Terms and definitions relating to space radiocommunications.
  253. REC. ITU-R S.725 Technical characteristics for very small aperture terminals (VSATs).
  254. REC. ITU-R S.726-1 Maximum permissible level of spurious emissions from very small aperture terminals (VSATs).
  255. REC. ITU-R S.727 Cross-polarization isolation from very small aperture terminals (VSATs).
  256. REC. ITU-R S.728-1 Maximum permissible level of off-axis e.i.r.p. density from very small aperture terminals (VSATs).
  257. REC. ITU-R S.729 Control and monitoring function of very small aperture terminals (VSATs).
  258. REC. ITU-R S.730 Compensation of the effects of switching discontinuities for voice band data and of Doppler frequency-shifts in the fixed-satellite service.
  259. REC. ITU-R S.731 Reference earth-station cross-polarized radiation pattern for use in frequency coordination and interference assessment in the frequency range from 2 to about 30 GHz.
  260. REC. ITU-R S.732 Method for statistical processing of earth-station antenna sidelobe peaks.
  261. REC. ITU-R S.733-1 Determination of the G/T ratio for earth stations operating in the fixed-satellite service.
  262. REC. ITU-R S.734 The application of interference cancellers in the fixed-satellite service.
  263. REC. ITU-R S.735-1 Maximum permissible levels of interference in a geostationary satellite network for an HRDP when forming part of the ISDN in the fixed-satellite service caused by other networks of this service below 15 GHz.
  264. REC. ITU-R S.736-3 Estimation of polarization discrimination in calculations of interference between geostationary-satellite networks in the fixed-satellite service.
  265. REC. ITU-R S.737 Relationship of technical coordination methods within the fixed-satellite service.
  266. REC. ITU-R S.738 Procedure for determining if coordination is required between geostationary-satellite networks sharing the same frequency bands.
  267. REC. ITU-R S.739 Additional methods for determining if detailed coordination is necessary between geostationary-satellite networks in the fixed-satellite service sharing the same frequency bands.
  268. REC. ITU-R S.740 Technical coordination methods for fixed-satellite networks.
  269. REC. ITU-R S.741-2 Carrier-to-interference calculations between networks in the fixed- satellite service.
  270. REC. ITU-R S.742-1 Spectrum utilization methodologies.
  271. REC. ITU-R S.743-1 The coordination between satellite networks using slightly inclined geostationary-satellite orbits (GSOs) and between such networks and satellite networks using non-inclined GSO satellites.
  272. REC. ITU-R S.744 Orbit/spectrum improvement measures for satellite networks having more than one service in one or more frequency bands.
  273. REC. ITU-R S.1001 Use of systems in the fixed-satellite service in the event of natural disasters and similar emergencies for warning and relief operations.
  274. Rec. ITU-R S.1001-1  Use of systems in the fixed-satellite service in the event of natural disasters and similar emergencies for warning and relief operations.
  275. REC. ITU-R S.1002 Orbit management techniques for the fixed-satellite service.
  276. REC. ITU-R S.1003 Environmental protection of the geostationary orbit.
  277. REC. ITU-R S.1061 Utilization of fade countermeasures strategies and techniques in the fixed-satellite service.
  278. REC. ITU-R S.1062-1 Allowable error performance for a hypothetical reference digital path operating at or above the primary rate.
  279. REC. ITU-R S.1063 Criteria for sharing between BSS feeder links and other Earth-to-space or space-to-Earth links on the FSS.
  280. REC. ITU-R S.1064-1 Pointing accuracy as a design objective for earthward antennas on board geostationary satellites in the FSS.
  281. REC. ITU-R S.1065 Power flux-density values to facilitate the application of RR Article 14 for the FSS in Region 2 in relation to the BSS in the band 11.7-12.2 GHz.
  282. REC. ITU-R S.1066 Ways of reducing the interference from the broadcasting-satellite service of one Region into the fixed-satellite service of another Region around 12 GHz.
  283. REC. ITU-R S.1067 Ways of reducing the interference from the broadcasting-satellite service into the fixed-satellite service in adjacent frequency bands around 12 GHz.
  284. REC. ITU-R S.1068 Fixed-satellite and radiolocation/radionavigation services sharing in the band 13.75-14 GHz.
  285. REC. ITU-R S.1069 Compatibility between the fixed-satellite service and the space science services in the band 13.75-14 GHz.
  286. REC. ITU-R S.1149-1 Network architecture and equipment functional aspects of digital satellite systems in the fixed-satellite service forming part of synchronous digital hierarchy transport networks.
  287. REC. ITU-R S.1150 Technical criteria to be used in examinations relating to the probability of harmful interference between frequency assignments in the FSS as required in No. 1506 of the Radio Regulations.
  288. REC. ITU-R S.1151 Sharing between the inter-satellite service involving geostationary satellites in the fixed-satellite service and the radionavigation service at 33 GHz.
  289. REC. ITU-R S.1250 Network management architecture for digital satellite systems forming part of SDH transport networks in the fixed-satellite service.
  290. REC. ITU-R S.1251 Network management – Performance management object class definitions for satellite systems network elements forming part of SFH transport networks in the fixed-satellite service.
  291. REC. ITU-R S.1252 Network management – Payload configuration object class definitions for satellite system network elements forming part of SDH transport networks in the fixed-satellite service.
  292. REC. ITU-R S.1253 Technical options to facilitate coordination of fixed-satellite service networks in certain orbital arc segments and frequency bands.
  293. REC. ITU-R S.1254 Best practices to facilitate the coordination process of fixed-satellite service satellite networks.
  294. REC. ITU-R S.1255 Use of adaptive uplink power control to mitigate codirectional interference between geostationary satellite orbit/fixed-satellite service (GSO/FSS) networks and feeder links of nongeostationary satellite orbit/mobile satellite service (non-GSO/MSS) networks and between GSO/FSS networks and non-GSO/FSS networks.
  295. REC. ITU-R S.1256 Methodology for determining the maximum aggregate power fluxdensity at the geostationary-satellite orbit in the band 6 700-7 075 MHz from feeder links of non-geostationary satellite systems in the mobile-satellite service in the space-to-Earth direction.
  296. REC. ITU-R S.1257-1 Analytical method to calculate visibility statistics for nongeostationary satellite orbit satellites as seen from a point on the Earth’s surface.
  297. REC. ITU-R S.1323-1 Maximum permissible levels of interference in a satellite network (GSO/FSS; non-GSO/FSS; non-GSO/MSS feeder links) for a hypothetical reference digital path in the fixed-satellite service caused by other codirectional networks below 30 GHz.
  298. REC. ITU-R S.1324 Analytical method for estimating interference between nongeostationary mobile-satellite feeder links and geostationary fixed-satellite networks operating co-frequency and codirectionally.
  299. REC. ITU-R S.1325-1 Simulation methodology for assessing short-term interference between co-frequency, codirectional non-GSO FSS networks and other non-GSO FSS or GSO FSS networks.
  300. REC. ITU-R S.1326 Feasibility of sharing between the inter-satellite service and the fixed-satellite service in the frequency band 50.4-51.4 GHz.
  301. REC. ITU-R S.1327 Requirements and suitable bands for operation of the intersatellite service within the range 50.2-71 GHz.
  302. REC. ITU-R S.1328-2 Satellite system characteristics to be considered in frequency sharing analyses between GSO and non-GSO satellite systems in the FSS including feeder links for the mobile-satellite service.
  303. REC. ITU-R S.1329 Frequency sharing of the bands 19.7-20.2 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz between systems in the mobile-satellite service and systems in the fixed-satellite service.
  304. REC. ITU-R S.1339-1 Feasibility of sharing between spaceborne passive sensors of the Earth exploration-satellite service and inter-satellite links of geostationary-satellite networks in the range 50 to 65 GHz.
  305. REC. ITU-R S.1340 Sharing between feeder links for the mobile-satellite service and the aeronautical radionavigation service in the Earth-to-space direction in the band 15.4-15.7 GHz.
  306. REC. ITU-R S.1341  Sharing between feeder links for the mobile-satellite service and the aeronautical radionavigation service in the space-to-Earth direction in the band 15.4-15.7 GHz and the protection of the radio astronomy service in the band 15.35-15.4 GHz.
  307. REC. ITU-R S.1342 Method for determining coordination distances, in the 5 GHz band, between the international standard microwave landing system in the aeronautical radionavigation service and non-geostationary mobile satellite service stations providing feeder uplink services.
  308. REC. ITU-R S.1418 Method for calculating single entry carrier-to-interference ratios for links in inter satellite service using geostationary orbit.
  309. REC. ITU-R S.1419 Interference mitigation techniques to facilitate coordination between non-geostationary satellite orbit mobile-satellite service feeder links and geostationary-satellite orbit fixed-satellite service networks in the bands 19.3-19.7 GHz and 29.1-29.5 GHz.
  310. REC. ITU-R S.1420 Performance for broadband integrated services digital network asynchronous transfer mode via satellite.
  311. REC. ITU-R S.1424 Availability objectives for a hypothetical reference digital path when used for the transmission of B-ISDN asynchronous transfer mode in the fixed-satellite service by geostationary orbit satellite systems using frequencies below 15 GHz.
  312. REC. ITU-R S.1425 Transmission considerations for digital carriers using higher levels of modulation on satellite circuits.
  313. REC. ITU-R S.1426 Aggregate power flux-density limits, at the FSS satellite orbit for radio local area network (RLAN) transmitters operating in the 5 150-5 250 MHz band sharing frequencies with the FSS (RR No. S5.447A).
  314. REC. ITU-R S.1427 Methodology and criterion to assess interference from radio local area (RLAN) transmitters to non-GSO MSS feeder links in the band 5 150-5 250 MHz.
  315. REC. ITU-R S.1428 Reference FSS earth-station radiation patterns for use in interference assessment involving non-GSO satellites in frequency bands between 10.7 GHz and 30 GHz.
  316. REC. ITU-R S.1429 Error performance objectives due to internetwork interference between GSO and non-GSO FSS systems for hypothetical reference digital paths operating at or above the primary rate carried by systems using frequencies below 15 GHz.
  317. REC. ITU-R S.1430 Determination of the coordination area for Earth stations operating with non-geostationary space stations with respect to Earth stations operating in the reverse direction in frequency bands allocated bidirectionally to the fixed-satellite service.
  318. REC. ITU-R S.1431 Methods to enhance sharing between non-GSO FSS systems (except MSS feeder links) in the frequency bands between 10-30 GHz.
  319. REC. ITU-R S.1432 Apportionment of the allowable error performance degradations to fixed satellite service (FSS) hypothetical reference digital paths arising from time invariant interference for systems operating below 15 GHz.
  320. REC. ITU-R S.1433 Uplink and inter-satellite equivalent power flux-density radiated by non-GSO FSS Systems.
  321. REC. ITU-R S.1711 Performance enhancements of transmission control protocol over satellite networks.
  322. Rec. ITU-R S.1782  Possibilities for global broadband internet access by FSS systems.
  323. REC. ITU-R  SM.328-10  Spectra and bandwidth of emissions.
  324. REC. ITU-R  SM.329-8 Spurious emissions.
  325. REC. ITU-R  SM.1132-1 General principles and methods for sharing between radiocommunication services or between radio stations.
  326. REC. ITU-R  SM.1392-1 Essential requirements for a spectrum monitoring station for developing countries.
  327. REC. ITU-R SM.1413 Radiocommunication Data Dictionary.
  328. REC. ITU-R SM.1446 Definition and measurement of intermodulation products in transmitter using frequency, phase, or complex modulation techniques.
  329. REC. ITU-R SM.1447 Monitoring of the radio coverage of land mobile networks to verify compliance with a given licence.
  330. REC. ITU-T Т.137 Virtual meeting room management - services and protocol.
  331. REC. ITU-T Т.503 A document application profile for the interchange of Group 4 facsimile documents.
  332. REC. ITU-T Х.6 Multicast service definition. Amendment 1. Frame relay PVC multicast service definition.
  333. REC. ITU-T Х.28 DTE/DCE interface for a start-stop mode Data Terminal Equipment accessing the Packet Assembly/Disassembly facility (PAD) in a public data network situated in the same country. Amendment 1. Extensions of PAD parameter settings and PAD service signals.
  334. REC. ITU-T Х.500 Information technology - Open Systems Interconnection - The Directory: Overview of concepts, models and services.
  335. Rec. ITU-Т  X.509  Information technology - Open Systems Interconnection - The Directory: Public-key and attribute certificate frameworks.
  336. Rec. ITU-Т X.805  Security architecture for systems providing end-to-end communications.
  337. REC. ITU-T Х.892 Information technology - Generic Applications of ASN.1 - Fast Web Services.
  338. Rec. ITU-Т X.1303  Common alerting protocol (CAP 1.1).
  339. REC. ITU-T Y.1271 Framework(s) on network requirements and capabilities to support emergency communications over evolving circuit-switched and packet-switched networks.
  340. REC. ITU-T Y.1314 Virtual private network functional decomposition.
  341. Rec. ITU-Т Y.1454 Tandem free operation (TFO)-IP network interworking.
  342. Rec. ITU-Т Y.2021 IMS for Next Generation Networks.
  343. Rec. ITU-Т Y.2031 PSTN/ISDN emulation architecture.
  344. Rec. ITU-Т  Y.2091 Terms and definitions for Next Generation Networks.
  345. Rec. ITU-Т Y.2201 NGN release 1 requirements.
  346. Rec. ITU-Т Y.2701  Security requirements for NGN release 1.
  347. Draft new REC. ITU-R BS  Protection requirements for broadcasting systems operating in the LF, MF, HF and VHF bands below 80 MHz against the impact of power line telecommunication (PLT) systems.
  348. Draft new REC/ ITU-R M.1036-2 Frequency arrangements for implementation of the terrestrial component of International Mobile Telecommunications-2000 (IMT-2000) in the bands 806-960 MHz, 1 710-2 025 MHz, 2 110-2 200 MHz and 2 500-2 690 MHz.
  349. Draft new REC. ITU-R P  Method for point-to-area predictions for terrestrial services in the frequency range at VHF/UHF bands. (Supplement to Rec. ITU-R P.1546).
  350. Draft new REC. ITU-R SF  Methodology for determining the power level for HAPS user terminals to facilitate sharing with space station receivers in the bands 47.2-47.5 GHz and 47.9-48.2 GHz.
  351. Draft new Recommendation ITU-T X.1171 (X.nidsec-1) Threats and requirements for protection of personally identifiable information in applications using tag-based identification.
  352. Draft new Recommendation ITU-T X.1191 (X.iptvsec-1) Functional requirements and architecture for IPTV security aspects.
  353. Draft new REC. ITU-T X.1205  Overview of cybersecurity.
  354. Draft new Recommendation ITU-T X.1242 (X.ssf) Short message service (SMS) spam filtering system based on user-specified rules.
  355. Draft new REC. ITU-T X.1244  Overall aspects of IP Multimedia Application Spam.
  356. Draft new REC. ITU-T X.1250  Requirements for global identity management trust and interoperability.
  357. Draft new Recommendation ITU-T X.1250 (idmreq) Capabilities for enhanced global identity management trust and interoperability.
  358. Draft new Recommendation ITU-T X.1251 (X.idif) A framework for user control of digital identity.
  359. Draft REC. ITU-Т Y.2702  Authentication and authorization requirements for Next Generation network (NGN).
  360. Handbook ITU  Mitigation measures for telecommunication installations.
  361. Handbook ITU  Handbook on frequency adaptive communication systems and networks in MF/HF bands.
  362. Handbook ITU  Spectrum Monitoring.
  363. Handbook ITU  Spectrum monitoring – Supplement.
  364. Handbook on Land Mobile (including Wireless Access)  Intelligent transport systems.
  365. Report REC. ITU-R BO.810-4 Transmitting and receiving antenna techniligy and reference patterns for the BSS.
  366. Report REC. ITU-R BO.812-4 Computer programs for planning broadcasting-satellite services in the 12 GHz band.
  367. Report REC. ITU-R BO.955-3 Satallite sound broadcasting to vehicular, portable and receivers in the range 500-3 000 MHz.
  368. Report REC. ITU-R BO.1075-2 High-definition television by satellite.
  369. Report REC. ITU-R BO.1227-1 Satellite-broadcasting systems of ISDB (Integrated services digital broadcasting).
  370. Report REC. ITU-R BO.2007-1 Considerations for the introduction of broadcasting satellite service high definition television systems.
  371. Report REC. ITU-R BO.2008-1  Digital multiprogramme broadcasting by satellite.
  372. Report REC. ITU-R ВО.2012-1  Economic aspectsof spectrum management.
  373. Report REC. ITU-R BO.2019  Interference calculation methods.
  374. Report ITU-R  M.2033  Radiocommunication objectives and requirements for public protection and disaster relief.
  375. Report ITU-R М.2084 Satellite detection of automatic identification system messages.
  376. Report ITU-R SМ.2091 Studies related to the impact of active space services allocated in adjacent or nearby bands on radio astronomy service.
  377. Report ITU-R SМ.2092 Studies related to the impact of active services allocated in adjacent or nearby bands on Earth exploration-satellite service (passive).
  378. Report  Report of the correspondence group of TSAG/WP1 on Resolution 1.
  379. Draft study for TAS on Financial Aspects of Network Security Draft study for TAS on Financial Aspects of Network Security: Malware and Spam.
  380. ITU-T E.156  Best practice guide on countering misuse of E.164 number resources.
  381. CITEL Inter-American proposals for the world telecommunication standardization assembly 2008.
  382. Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Proposed new Resolution [ Q ] on telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities.
  383. Japan  Proposed structure of service/application SG on Ubiquitous Multimedia Applications (UMA).
  384. Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Proposal on SG restructuring framework by APT members.
  385. Publication ITU  Trends in Telecommunication Reform 2007: The Road to Next-Generation Networks (NGN).
  386. Document ITU-D Draft report on the use of remote sensing for disaster prediction, detection and mitigation.

 

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