DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "WRC-19 guide: Current Positions and Likely Outcomes" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Over 30 agenda items - including the 5G mmWave bands - are being discussed at next year's World Radio Conference, but which ones will affect your organisation; what has been agreed so far and what are the likely outcomes?
These are the questions answered in this WRC-19 guide. Based on interviews with the key ITU working group representatives as well as regulators and experts around the world, it is the most authoritative guide currently available.
It explains what is being discussed at WRC-19, how the process works and gives the expected timelines. The report identifies areas of consensus and disagreement and so predicts some likely outcomes. There is a special focus on the 5G mmWave bands.
For anyone needing an overview of the likely impact of WRC-19 - or taking part in the process - this is an essential resource.
Benefits of this report:
- Find out which 5G bands are attracting the most support
- Discover where consensus is emerging
- Detailed explanation of regional and national positions
- Identify the most important agenda items
- Understand how WRC-19 could affect your organisation
- Earth exploration
- High-Altitude Platform Stations (HAPs)
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. What Is Wrc-19?
3. Wrc-19 Agenda, Processes And Timelines
4. 5G Bands At Wrc-19: The Context
5. 5G Mmwave Spectrum At Wrc-19: Process And Regional Overview
6. Haps And Non-5G Mobile
7. Satellite Services
8. Scientific And Other Issues
- American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL)
- Arab Spectrum Management Group (ASMG), which brings together 22 Arab States
- CITEL Group
- European Commission
- FCC, the politically controlled executive agency that manages spectrum in the USA
- ITU - R, the UN agency responsible for spectrum management
- Space Frequency Coordination Group, which represents space agencies
- The African Telecommunications Union
- The European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT)
- TRA regulator
- World Meteorogical Organisation
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/gp8fqz/wrc19_guide?w=4