WRC 2011 Agenda Item Details

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Agenda Item Description
Agenda 1.1 Deletion from footnotes in S5
Agenda 1.2 Enhancement of the international spectrum regulatory framework
Agenda 1.3 To consider spectrum requirements and possible regulatory actions, including allocations, in order to support the safe operation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), based on the results of ITU-R studies
Agenda 1.4 To consider, based on the results of ITU-R studies, any further regulatory measures to facilitate introduction of new aeronautical mobile (R) service (AM(R)S) systems in the bands 112 - 117.975 MHz, 960 - 1 164 MHz and 5 000 - 5 030 MHz
Resolution [COM4/5] Use of the band 960 - 1 164 MHz by the aeronautical mobile (R) service including study on operation and technical means to facilitate sharing with ARNS and RNSS systems
Resolution [COM4/9] Consideration of the frequency bands between 5 000 and 5 030 MHz for aeronautical mobile (R) service surface applications at airports including studies into compatibility with RNSS and radio astronomy services.
Agenda 1.5 To consider worldwide/regional harmonization of spectrum for electronic news gathering (ENG), taking into account the results of ITU-R studies, in accordance with Resolution [COM6/5]
Agenda 1.6 To review No. 5.565 of the Radio Regulations in order to update the spectrum use by the passive services between 275 GHz and 3 000 GHz, in accordance with Resolution 950 (Rev.WRC-07), and to consider possible procedures for free-space optical-links, taking into account the result of ITU-R studies, in accordance with Resolution [COM6/9]
Agenda 1.7 To consider the results of ITU-R studies in accordance with Resolution 222 (Rev.WRC 07) in order to ensure long-term spectrum availability and access to spectrum necessary to meet requirements for the aeronautical mobile satellite (R) service, and to take appropriate action on this subject, while retaining unchanged the generic allocation for the mobile satellite services in the bands 1 525 - 1 559 MHz and 1 626.5 - 1 660.5 MHz
Resolution 1.8 To consider the progress of ITU R studies concerning the technical and regulatory issues relative to the fixed service in the bands between 71 GHz and 238 GHz, taking into account Resolutions 731 (WRC 2000) and 732 (WRC 2000)
Resolution 1.9 To revise frequencies and channelling arrangements of Appendix 17 to the Radio Regulations, in accordance with Resolution 351 (Rev.WRC-07), in order to implement new digital technologies for the maritime mobile service
Agenda 1.10 To consider revisions to the Radio Regulations, including spectrum requirements and allocations, related to operation of safety systems for ships and ports, in accordance with Resolution [COM6/10]
Agenda 1.11 To consider a primary allocation to the space research service (Earth-to-space) within the band 22.55 - 23.15 GHz, taking into account the results of ITU-R studies, in accordance with Resolution [COM6/11]
Agenda 1.12 To protect the primary services in the band 37 - 38 GHz from interference resulting from aeronautical mobile service operations, taking into account the results of ITU-R studies, in accordance with Resolution [COM6/12]
Agenda 1.13 To consider the results of ITU-R studies in accordance with Resolution [COM6/13] (WRC-07) and decide the spectrum usage of the 21.4 - 22 GHz band for the broadcasting-satellite service and the associated feeder-link bands in Regions 1 and 3
Agenda 1.14 To consider requirements for new applications in the radiolocation service and review allocations or regulatory provisions for implementation of the radiolocation service in the range 30 - 300 MHz, in accordance with Resolution [COM6/14]
Agenda 1.15 To consider possible allocations in the frequency range 3 - 50 MHz to the radiolocation service for oceanographic radar applications, taking into account the results of ITU-R studies
Agenda 1.16 To consider the needs of passive systems for lightning detection in the meteorological aids service, including the possibility of an allocation in the frequency range below 20 kHz, and to take appropriate action
Agenda 1.17 To consider the results of sharing studies between the mobile service and other services in the band 790 - 862 MHz in Regions 1 and 3 to ensure the adequate protection of services to which the frequency band is allocated, and to take regulatory actions as appropriate
Agenda 1.18 To consider extending the existing primary and secondary radiodetermination-satellite service (space-to-Earth) allocations in the band 2 483.5 - 2 500 MHz in order to make a global primary allocation, and to determine the necessary regulatory provisions based upon the results of ITU-R studies
Agenda 1.19 To consider regulatory measures and their relevance, in order to enable the introduction of software-defined radio and cognitive radio systems, based on the results of ITU-R studies
Agenda 1.20 To consider the results of ITU-R studies and spectrum identification for gateway links for high altitude platform stations (HAPS) in the range between 5 850 - 7 075 MHz in order to support operations in the fixed and mobile services
Agenda 1.21 To consider a primary allocation to the radiolocation service in the band 15.4 - 15.7 GHz, taking into account the results of ITU-R studies
Agenda 1.22 To examine the effect of emissions from short-range devices on radiocommunication services
Agenda 1.23 To consider an allocation of about 15 kHz in part of the band 415 - 526.5 kHz to the amateur service on a secondary basis, taking into account the need to protect existing services
Agenda 1.24 To consider the existing allocation to the meteorological-satellite service in the band 7 750 - 7 850 MHz with a view to extending this allocation to the band 7 850 - 7 900 MHz, limited to non-geostationary meteorological satellites in the space-to-Earth direction
Agenda 1.25 To consider possible additional allocations to the mobile-satellite service