The World Radiocommunication Conference in Geneva.
The World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) in Geneva has completed its work. The four–week Conference was attended by over 3,000 specialists from telecommunications organizations of the world, representing 165 member States of ITU (International Telecommunication Union).
The World Radiocommunication Conference considered about 30 agenda items related to the allocation and sharing of frequencies in order to ensure the efficient use of spectrum and orbit resources, thereby ensuring high quality radiocommunication services for mobile and satellite communications, maritime and air transport, as well as for scientific purposes related to environmental protection, meteorology and climatology, disaster forecasting, mitigation and disaster relief.
World Radiocommunication Conferences are held every three to four years under the leadership of the radiocommunication sector of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). The task of the Conference is to analyze and, if necessary, revise the Radio Regulations, an international treaty regulating the use of the radio frequency spectrum, as well as geostationary and non–geostationary satellite orbits.
The volume of tasks solved within the framework of ITU, their complexity and interconnectedness are constantly increasing. The active participation of all interested parties in this process – state and commercial telecom operators, government agencies, consulting and research and production companies will allow the Communications Administration of Russia to protect its interests in order to create the most favorable conditions for the development of the communications industry on its territory.