AWG: Task Groups of Working Group Service and Application

 

TG MSA: Modern Satellite Applications

 Focus of work of the TG MSA is as follows:

  • To assist the requirements of the APT membership in putting into practice modern satellite applications in a national context;
  • In this context, to develop reports on satellite applications in the Asia-Pacific Region, such as satellite communication systems, satellite devices, key components, interfaces, interconnection and intercommunication, licensing, Ka-band applications and deployment, satellite broadband applications, new applications of mobile satellite, disaster relief applications etc., to serve the mutual interests inside the APT and outside, for instance in the ITU-R Study Group 4, without overlapping with the activities of APG; 
  • To study and develop possible techniques that may be used to improve the compatibility between satellite and other services.

Chairman: Ms. Geetha Remy Vincent, Manager-Spectrum Management, Measat Satellite System, Malaysia Email: geetha@measat.com

TG A&M: Aeronautical and Maritime

 Focus of work of the TG A&M is as follows:

  • To consider the following issues of the use of mobile phone as well as the use of other modern wireless technologies on-board the aircraft and vessels:
  • For the use of mobile phones on-board the aircraft and vessels:
    • Licensing issues and possible ways to harmonize the approach to licensing by APT members such as mutual recognition while taking due account of national differences; 
    • Spectrum matters noting that currently a number of different frequency bands and different mobile technologies are in use in the Asia-Pacific region; and
    • Researching technical requirements especially in regard to the capability of the equipment on-board the aircraft and vessels as well as the technical and operational conditions of each country being over-flown.
  • For other wireless technologies: 
    • Service and application issues including technical characteristics, preferred frequency bands and the use of these frequency bands.
    • Associated regulatory and licensing issues, when considered appropriate. and
    • To study and review future wireless communication technologies on aeronautical and maritime

Chairman: Dr. Jiaxin Ding, State Radio Monitoring Center, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, People's Republic of China, Email: dingjiaxin@srrc.org.cn.

TG PPDR: Public Protection and Disaster Relief

 Focus of work of the TG PPDR is as follows:

  • Study the working scenarios and implementation strategies of PPDR Radiocommunications; 
  • Develop Reports and recommendations on PPDR technologies, user requirements, spectrum requirements and implementation strategies; 
  • Share information about PPDR radiocommunication on current status of spectrum usage and deployment scenarios in Asia-Pacific region, relevant technical standards, technical evolving trends with relevant international and regional organizations; 
  • Develop related APT Recommendations/Reports and other documentation resulting from above activities.

Chairman: Mr. Bharat Bhatia, Motorola Solutions, India. Email: Bharat.Bhatia@motorolasolutions.com

TG RR: Railway Radiocommunications

 Focus of work of the TG RR is as follows:

  • To study the operational scenarios and deployment of railway radiocommunication systems; 
  • To share information about railway radiocommunication systems on current status of spectrum usage and national regulatory experiences in Asia-Pacific region, relevant technical standards, technical evolving trends, and studies upon railway radiocommunication systems in relevant international and regional organizations; 
  • To study the system description, architecture, functionality and service requirements etc. of railway radiocommunication systems;
  • To develop related APT Recommendations/Reports and other documentation resulting from above activities; 
  • To provide information on various potential services and applications, and success factors to deliver services and applications for railway radiocommunication systems.

Chairman: Mr. Liu BinState Radio Monitoring Center, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, People's Republic of China, Email: liubin@srrc.org.cn.

 

 
 
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