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2012 World

Radiocommunication. Conference:. A Retrospective . 2. Some Lessons Learned / Observations. Skewed toward Government-centric issues and satellite topics. Lack of IMT-related AI (i.e. WRC-07 AI 1.4) minimized commercial wireless and carriers’ interest.

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2012 World

Radiocommunication

Conference:

A Retrospective

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Some Lessons Learned / Observations

Skewed toward Government-centric issues and satellite topics

Lack of IMT-related AI (i.e. WRC-07 AI 1.4) minimized commercial wireless and carriers’ interest

More focused on future Agenda Item(s)

One-year preparatory cycle for the U.S.

HoD

/Ambassador

Implications on bilateral negotiations,

broader Core

Delegation, regional preparations (i.e.

Citel

IAPs), spokesperson’s role, etc.

Firm U.S. priorities and

approach – revised role for Spokespersons

Decentralized approach with Spokespersons as lead

Regional outreach as part of Spokespersons’ role

List of priority U.S. Agenda Items

Expanded “Deep Dives” on certain AIs

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Some Lessons Learned / Observations - cont

U.S. Negotiation Strategy - Unwavering

No trade-offs across Agenda Items

Each AI had to be resolved on its own merits

No “Basket” negotiations during the 4

th

week of the Conference

Only 2 items remained for the last minute (AI 1.2 and

the “JTG”)

No Fallback positions / No Negotiations

Keeping CITEL together

Unprecedented level of preparations for Future AIs (AI 8.2)

New tools and resources provided by the ITU BR

Proposal Management System and Sync software

Information Workshops on WRC-12 (3 in total)

Highest level of cross-regional exchange of information

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Agenda developed by WRC-07(Nov 2007)

CPM11-1 (Nov 2007)

Regional Organization Mtg 2008

Preliminary Views (Mid-2008-Mid-2009)

Regional & Country coordination (2010-2011)

Regional Or Country Final Proposals (3rd Q 2011)

CPM11-2 (Feb. 2011)

WRC-12(23 Jan – 17 Feb)

Proposal

Preparations Track

Technical

Preparations Track

Draft CPM Report (Compiled Aug. 2010)

Consultations

ITU-R Study Groups(Feb 2008 – Nov 2011)

Some things never

change...

RA - 12

(16- 20 Jan)

Current time

RA = Radiocommunication Assembly

U.S. Final

Proposals

(

3

rd

Q 2011

)

(Technical studies in support of Proposals)

Rev. 6 Jan

ITAC-R

RCS + WAC

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Famous Last Words...

NO SURPRISES

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U.S. Priorities

AI 1.21 – Radiolocation in the 15.4 – 15.7 GHz

AI 1.3 – Unmanned Aircraft Systems

AI 1.2 – International Regulatory Framework

AI 1.25 – Additional Allocations to the MSS

“The Joint Task Group”

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Radiolocation Service 15.4-15.7 GHz – AI 1.21

Primary Allocation to the RLS in the 15.4-15.7 GHz band

Fully harmonized across all 3 ITU Regions

Supplements remaining band from 15.7 to 17.3 GHz

1.9 GHz total band

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Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) – AI 1.3

Terrestrial

allocations for Line-of-Site C&C:

New

primary aeronautical mobile (route) service allocation in 5030-5091 MHz

Achieved U.S. objectives; no further action

required

Satellite

allocations for beyond-line-of-site C&C

Relaxed

coordination requirements for existing aeronautical satellite mobile (route) service allocation in 5030-5091 MHz

Studies

were not mature enough to agree the use of the fixed-satellite service (FSS) at WRC-12

WRC-15

agenda item to study use of the FSS met U.S. objectives

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Enhancing Intl Regulatory Framework – AI 1.2

No Change (NOC)

Suppression of Res. 951

WRC-15 studies as part of the BR’s report

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Additional Allocations to the MSS – AI 1.25

Additional allocations to the Mobile-Satellite Service between 4 and 16 GHz

No Change (NOC)

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The Joint Task Group

M

obile Broadband AI for WRC-15

Is it IMT or Broadband?

Additional

spectrum allocations for Mobile Broadband, including

IMT

No

limitation on frequency bands to be

studied

Harmonization requested

Establish JTG for balanced participation

This outcome was reached at the first CPM (CPM15-1), and not at WRC-12

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Unexpected Issues or Surprises

Res. 420 (AI 1.4) – AM(R)S in the band 5 000 – 5 030 MHz

A non-negotiable item from the EC’s poin

t-to-view

Galileo as a strategic asset for the EC

 

A foreshadowing of the potential role of the EC with respect to WRC-15 preparations (for Europe)

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Contact Information

PAUL NAJARIAN

U.S. State Dept.

Email:

najarianpb@state.gov

Phone: +1.202.647.7847