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The ITU-R Recommendations constitute a set of international technical standards developed by the Radiocomunication Sector (formerly CCIR) of the ITU.
The ITU-R Recommendations constitute a set of international technical standards developed by the Radiocomunication Sector (formerly CCIR) of the ITU. They are the result of studies undertaken by Radiocommunication Study Groups on:

– The use of a vast range of wireless services, including popular new mobile communication technologies:
– The management of the radio-frequency spectrum and satellite orbits;
– The efficient use of the radio-frequency spectrum by all radiocommunication services;
– Terrestrial and satellite radiocommunication broadcasting;
– Radiowave propagation;
– Systems and networks for the fixed-satellite service, for the fixed service and the mobile service;
– Space operation, Earth exploration-satellite, meteorological-satellite and radio astronomy services.

The ITU-R Recommendations are approved by ITU Member States. Their implementation is not mandatory; however, as they are developed by experts from administrations, operators, the industry and other organizations dealing with radiocommunication matters from all over the world, they enjoy a high reputation and are implemented worldwide.
The ITU-R Recommendations are approved by ITU Member States. Their implementation is not mandatory; however, as they are developed by experts from administrations, operators, the industry and other organizations dealing with radiocommunication matters from all over the world, they enjoy a high reputation and are implemented worldwide.

ITU-R Recommendations are available in Adobe® Acrobat® Portable Document Format (PDF). The collection is indexed in order to allow full-text search and retrieval. Advanced search can be made through each document’s title, subject domain, author or study group and keywords.

ITU-R Reports contain technical, operational or procedural statements prepared by a radiocommu­nication study group on a given subject. Some ITU-R Reports are scanned and saved in Adobe® Acrobat® PDF. Search can be made only through a document’s title, subject domain, author or study group and keywords.

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