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The following table shows the current status of the speaking slots: Speaking Slot Number Day/Approximate Time Status 1 Wednesday, 09:00–09:20 Allocated 2 Thursday, 09:00–09:20 Allocated * Must be a sponsor or an exhibitor. 5. (...) Any side dividers utilised in the display should not be more than 3 feet (1 metre) high. · Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot The fee for this privilege is USD 6,500 . 6. Making a Booking Exhibition spaces and Solutions Workshop speaking slots will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. · Exhibition Spaces Click here to see the floor plan and review the current booking status and then complete the relevant section of the Exhibitor Booking Form. · Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot See Item No. 4 above for the availability of a Solutions Workshop speaking slot and then complete the relevant section of the Exhibitor Booking Form. 7.
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Score: 1155503.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...2012-ExhibitionInformation.doc
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Name of the Services No of Licensee 1 FM Radio 652 2 Terrestrial TV 14 3 Satellite TV 17 4 DTH 7 5 Cable Television 40 6 Cable TV network Operators 852 Total 1582 Tele Density ( Subscription ) : Voice Data 116.06% 51.10% Orbital slot and its spectrum utilization for Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal • ITU has allocated the radio orbital slot for Nepal in 50 degree East in geostationary orbit for the purpose of broadcasting satellite service (BSS). • Also, ITU has allocated the radio orbital slot for Nepal in 123.3 degree East in geostationary orbit for the purpose of fixed satellite service (FSS). • Satellite Bandwidth utilized in Telecom Sector = 33 MHz (30 Mbps/30 Mbps) compared to 33,170 Mbps symmetric data rate • for buying satellite bandwidth is 3000 US$ as compared to average of RMC of 40 US$ per Mbps of fiber bandwidth. • Number VSATs used in telecom sector is around 400 to 500. Scope of Satellite and use of the Orbital Slot in Nepal • There are different satellite users both in the broadcasting and telecommunication sector. • Significant amount of money is being sent out of country for using the international satellite bandwidth. • There is demand of the satellite service in applications such as DTH, Cellular Backhaul traffic , Cable heads and new Applications. • Satellite is essential to cater the need in such areas where it is very difficult to lay the fiber cable or build microwave links. (...) Satellite Program of the Nepal contd…….. • NTA is in the process to hire a consultant for utilization of the slots. • NTA plans to consider two options to utilize the slots. 1.
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Score: 1155503.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...tation/Nepal%20Session%203.pdf
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 Page 85 - ITU Journal Future and evolving technologies Volume 2 (2021), Issue 7 – Terahertz communications           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 85 - ITU Journal Future and evolving technologies Volume 2 (2021), Issue 7 – Terahertz communications P. 85 ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies, Volume 2 (2021), Issue 7 In each time slot , the transmitter selects beam codes for Algorithm 2 HAB Procedure in SC‑FDMA each subcarrier from the hierarchical k‑means codebook. (...) At the end of 1: Initialization: Set T = {(1, 1)}, = = +∞ time slot , the transmitter obtains the measured rewards and = (1, 1); 2,1 2,2 of all subcarriers for this time slot and decides which arm 2: while ≠ −1 && < do to select for which subcarrier based on a speci ic rule for 3: ℎ = 1, = 1 and ℙ = {(ℎ, )}; the next time slot +1. (...) The algorithm operates in discrete ∗ (ℎ + 1, ) with largest Q‑value, that is: time slots, and in each time slot , a new beam code is chosen by a deterministic rule based on the attributes of ⎧ 2 , ( ) > ( ) the search tree.
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Score: 1155503.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...7/files/basic-html/page85.html
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Requirements in this Relationship with related specifications from other SDOs Recommendation – [b-OCP BS] provides multiple interfaces for storage as 'PCIe Expansion Slot; SATA hot-plug drives' in clause 2, Table 2-1. – [b-OCP DSBS] provides multiple interfaces for storage as 'Storage: Two single port AHCI SATA connectors capable of supporting up to 6 Gb/sec; Two SCU 4-port mini-SAS connectors capable of supporting up to 3 Gb/sec SATA/SAS; Two 4-port mini HD connectors capable of supporting up to 6 Gb/sec SATA' and 'Support for PCI Express* 225W/300W High Power Card Electromechanical Specification 1.0' in clause 4, Tables 1 and 2. – [b-OCP G1] provides multiple interfaces for storage as '15x 12Gb/s SAS or 6Gb/s SATA 2.5' drive slots, up to 15mm thickness, connected via SEB, to an onboard HBA. (...) Boot M.2 slot is only available in 2280 form factor and it can be configured as either SATA or PCIe interface through BOM options, but not both. (...) Two additional SSD drives are designed in to support applications that require high disk performance. These two M.2 slots only support PCIe X4 links but both support SSD drives in 2280 or 22110 form factors' in clause 9.4. – [b-OCP 2S] provides storage replacement as 'The motherboard uses Intel PCH chipset, which supports following features: 4x USB 3.0/2.0 ports: one type A for front connector; one type C for front connector; one for BMC in- band firmware update; one to X32 riser connector; 1x M.2 connector; 1x individual SATA 6Gps port; 1x miniSAS HD x8 port or 1x miniSAS HD x4 port; 201     204     205     206     207     208     209     210     211     212     213     214          
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Score: 1153202.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page209.html
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The equipment penetrates the soil cover, opens a seeding slot and places the seed into that slot. The size of the seed slot and the associated movement of soil are to be kept at the absolute minimum possible. Ideally the seed slot is completely covered by mulch again after seeding and no loose soil should be visible on the surface.
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Score: 1152403.4 - https://www.fao.org/conservati...echanical-soil-disturbance/en/
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Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot* Nine solutions-oriented 15-minute presentations, with five-minute question and answer periods if required, to be held prior to the Conference opening. (...) Any side dividers utilised in the display should not be more than 3 feet (1 metre) high. · Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot The fee for this privilege is USD 6,900 . 6. Making a Booking Exhibition spaces and Solutions Workshop speaking slots will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. · Exhibition Spaces Click here to see the floor plan and review the current booking status and then complete the relevant section of the Exhibitor Booking Form. · Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot See Item No. 4 above for the availability of a Solutions Workshop speaking slot and then complete the relevant section of the Exhibitor Booking Form. 7.
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Score: 1147256.9 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...2012-ExhibitionInformation.doc
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QUESTIONNAIRE ON OPTICAL FIBRE CABLE INSTALLATION ALONG RAILWAYS 1) Type of physical carriers included in the cable (%) a) Optical fibre b) Optical fibre and metallic conductors c) Others 2) Type of protection used in the optical fibre (%) a) Tight-tube configuration b) Loose- fibres in the tube configuration c) Loose- fibres in the groove configuration d) Fibre ribbon configuration e) Others 3) Type of infrastructures used in the urban zone (%) a) Ducts b) Aerial c) Directly buried d) Dielectric protective tube e) Others 4) Type of infrastructures used in the unurban area (%) a) Ducts b) Aerial c) Directly buried d) Dielectric protective tube e) Others 5) Type of ducts used in the urban area (%) a) Local telecommunication provider’s ducts b) Railway company’s ducts c) Others 6) Type of ducts used in the unurban area (%) a) Local telecommunication provider’s ducts b) Railway company’s ducts c) Others 7) Type of cable core for cables used in ducts (%) a) Loose tube b) Central loose tube c) Slotted core d) Ribbon core e) Ribbon in the slot f) Loose tube in the slot g) Others 8) Type of sheath used in cables to be used in duct system (%) a) Non-armoured b) Armoured c) Non-armoured in dielectric subduct d) Others 9) Type of armour used in armoured duct cables (%) a) Dielectric (please indicate the type) b) Metallic (please indicate the type) c) Others 10) Type of cable core for direct buried cables (%) a) Loose tube b) Monotube (unitube, lightpack) c) Slotted core d) Ribbon core e) Ribbon in the slot f) Loose tube in the slot g) Others 11) Type of sheath used in the direct buried cables (%) a) Non-armoured b) Armoured c) Non-armoured in dielectric protective tube d) Others 12) Type of armour used in armoured direct buried cables (%) a) Dielectric (please indicate the type) b) Metallic (please indicate the type) c) Others 13) Type of cable core for aerial cables (%) a) Loose tube b) Central loose tube c) Slotted core d) Ribbon core e) Ribbon in the slot f) Loose tube in the slot g) Others 14) Type of sheath used in the aerial cables in the urban area (%) a) Non-armoured (dielectric) b) Armoured (against hunters, squirrels, birds etc) c) Others 15) Precautions taken when the railway company’s power supply is used a) Ground feed-through b) Mechanical strength in the cable (quantify) c) Others 16) Type of sheath used in the aerial cables in the unurban area (%) a) Non-armoured (dielectric) b) Armoured (against hunters, squirrels, birds etc) c) Others 17) Type of armour used in armoured aerial cables (%) a) Dielectric (please indicate the type) b) Metallic (please indicate the type) c) Others 18) Types of poles used in aerial applications (%) a) Railway’s power supply line b) Telecommunication provider’s line poles c) Line poles parallel to the railway’s line d) Others 19) Material of poles used for telecommunication aerial cables (%) a) Wooden b) Concrete c) Iron d) Other 20) Material of poles used for railways power supply (%) a) Wooden b) Concrete c) Iron d) Other 21) If you suspend cables on the telecommunication pole, what is the minimum distance from ground level to aerial cable?
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Score: 1145740.9 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-t/com6/circ/01-04/039_ww9.doc
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QUESTIONNAIRE ON OPTICAL FIBRE CABLE INSTALLATION ALONG RAILWAYS 1) Type of physical carriers included in the cable (%) a) Optical fibre b) Optical fibre and metallic conductors c) Others 2) Type of protection used in the optical fibre (%) a) Tight-tube configuration b) Loose- fibres in the tube configuration c) Loose- fibres in the groove configuration d) Fibre ribbon configuration e) Others 3) Type of infrastructures used in the urban zone (%) a) Ducts b) Aerial c) Directly buried d) Dielectric protective tube e) Others 4) Type of infrastructures used in the unurban area (%) a) Ducts b) Aerial c) Directly buried d) Dielectric protective tube e) Others 5) Type of ducts used in the urban area (%) a) Local telecommunication provider’s ducts b) Railway company’s ducts c) Others 6) Type of ducts used in the unurban area (%) a) Local telecommunication provider’s ducts b) Railway company’s ducts c) Others 7) Type of cable core for cables used in ducts (%) a) Loose tube b) Central loose tube c) Slotted core d) Ribbon core e) Ribbon in the slot f) Loose tube in the slot g) Others 8) Type of sheath used in cables to be used in duct system (%) a) Non-armoured b) Armoured c) Non-armoured in dielectric subduct d) Others 9) Type of armour used in armoured duct cables (%) a) Dielectric (please indicate the type) b) Metallic (please indicate the type) c) Others 10) Type of cable core for direct buried cables (%) a) Loose tube b) Monotube (unitube, lightpack) c) Slotted core d) Ribbon core e) Ribbon in the slot f) Loose tube in the slot g) Others 11) Type of sheath used in the direct buried cables (%) a) Non-armoured b) Armoured c) Non-armoured in dielectric protective tube d) Others 12) Type of armour used in armoured direct buried cables (%) a) Dielectric (please indicate the type) b) Metallic (please indicate the type) c) Others 13) Type of cable core for aerial cables (%) a) Loose tube b) Central loose tube c) Slotted core d) Ribbon core e) Ribbon in the slot f) Loose tube in the slot g) Others 14) Type of sheath used in the aerial cables in the urban area (%) a) Non-armoured (dielectric) b) Armoured (against hunters, squirrels, birds etc) c) Others 15) Precautions taken when the railway company’s power supply is used a) Ground feed-through b) Mechanical strength in the cable (quantify) c) Others 16) Type of sheath used in the aerial cables in the unurban area (%) a) Non-armoured (dielectric) b) Armoured (against hunters, squirrels, birds etc) c) Others 17) Type of armour used in armoured aerial cables (%) a) Dielectric (please indicate the type) b) Metallic (please indicate the type) c) Others 18) Types of poles used in aerial applications (%) a) Railway’s power supply line b) Telecommunication provider’s line poles c) Line poles parallel to the railway’s line d) Others 19) Material of poles used for telecommunication aerial cables (%) a) Wooden b) Concrete c) Iron d) Other 20) Material of poles used for railways power supply (%) a) Wooden b) Concrete c) Iron d) Other 21) If you suspend cables on the telecommunication pole, what is the minimum distance from ground level to aerial cable?
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Score: 1145740.9 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-t/circ/01-04_1/039_ww9.doc
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These queries give information on frequnecy slots (number of space frequencies used within a range), list of beams, frequencies, bands and classes of station for a satellite , or list of beams, frequencies, bands and date of bringing into use of a satellite. (...) The following topics are currently available: Frequency Slots: query on space frequency distribution by frequency range and longitude range Frequency range: list of beams, frequencies, bands and classes of station for a satellite Bringing into use: list of satellites,administrations and date of bringing into use List of earth stations: associated with a given satellite beam List of geostationary space stations by orbital positions and publication List of geostationary space stations class of station information for given frequency range Quick transaction summary List of geostationary/non-geostationary space stations by orbital positions and publication (special section) List of space/earth stations operating in a given frequency range (frequency slots) List of satellites associated with earth stations operating in a given geographical area Revised: For further information contact Radiocommunication Information Systems
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Score: 1139698.4 - https://www.itu.int/sns/demospec.html
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DMS expects that these dates will be respected; documents received after the agreed slotting date is considered as late submissions. It should be noted that documents received on time will be given priority over late submissions. (...) Pre-session documents which are not submitted by the deadline and which have not been negotiated for late slotting, that is, before the deadline [link to DMS Information Note on NLS] will be considered as being late submissions. (...) For documents that are subject to a slotting agreement, the date at which the embargo can be lifted should not be set beyond the slotted issuance date.
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Score: 1138375.2 - https://www.ungeneva.org/ar/dms/information
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