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On 22-23 September 2011 in Saransk (Russian Federation) the 1st meeting of the RCC Commission on regulation of the use of radiofrequency spectrum and satellite orbits was held.

 

The Commission was established by merging the RCC Commission on Regulation of Frequency Spectrum Use and EMC of Radioeletronic Facilities and RCC Commission for Satellite Communication, TV and Sound Broadcasting (RCC Board Decision № 44/7.1 of 01.06.2011).

The meeting was attended by more than 30 representatives from the CAs of the Azerbaijan Republic, Republic of Armenia, Republic of Belarus, Republic of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Republic of Moldova, Russian Federation, Republic of Uzbekistan and Ukraine, as well as the representative of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
The meeting was opened by the Chairman of the Commission, Director General of the FSUE NIIR Valery V. Butenko.
The main issues considered at the Commission meeting:
• RCC Commission on regulation of the use of radiofrequency spectrum and satellite orbits activity directions. Elections of the Commission Heads;
• RCC CAs preparations for the ITU World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) and ITU Radiocommunication Assembly (RA), which will be held in 2012;
•  Working groups reports;
• Other issues related to radio spectrum management and the provision of electromagnetic compatibility of radio electronic facilities.
Within the issues on the preparation of the RCC CAs for WRC-12 and RA-12 the results of the work done were reviewed, the RCC Common Proposals on the items 1.1, 1.10, 1.23, 4 and 8.2 of the agenda of WRC-12 and the RCC Common Proposals for RA-12 were approved, the targets for the period prior to the beginning of these ITU events in January 2012 were set.
The scenarios of frequencies use 270, 576, 594, 675, 801, 810, 936, 972, 1071, 1278, 1368, 1377, 1458, 1467, 1503 , 1512, 1539, 1575 kHz in the independent operation of REF proposed by the group of experts on studying the use of radio frequency resource of the simultaneous audio broadcasting in the range of MW/LW networks. The group of experts will continue the work on further analysis of the use of radio frequency resource of the simultaneous audio broadcasting networks.