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AGRANI-2A KRI Page 1 of 3 HARD LIMITS - 095520012 START OF JOB SNSBPFD 12.12.03 18.34.38 VERSION 4.17 095520012 H kim 01N COORDINATION REQUEST CHECK AGAINST HARD LIMITS ONLY SNS HARD LIMITS for AGRANI-2A (095520012) EXAMINATION REQUESTED BY : kim DATE: 12/12/03 18:34:38 G AGRANI-2A 46.00E 0.10 0.10 09.11.00 C 095.520012 KRI 36.0 DB POINTING ACC 0.15 DEG 095.520012 EC 36000 KHZ 01.11.99 AR11/A 1220 099.921833 13.78000 G 36000 KHZ 35M8G7W-- 17.6 DBW (MIN) 24.2 DBW (MAX) -50.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 71.8 0.8 71.0 13.78000 G 36000 KHZ 30M0G7F-- 25.6 DBW (MIN) 29.5 DBW (MAX) -44.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 77.8 6.8 71.0 13.78000 G 36000 KHZ 29M6G7F-- 28.5 DBW (MIN) 32.4 DBW (MAX) -41.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 80.8 9.8 71.0 13.78000 G 36000 KHZ 27M5G7W-- 16.5 DBW (MIN) 23.0 DBW (MAX) -50.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 71.8 0.8 71.0 13.78000 G 36000 KHZ 5M80G7F-- 17.7 DBW (MIN) 21.5 DBW (MAX) -45.2 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 76.0 5.0 71.0 EC 36000 KHZ 01.11.99 AR11/A 1220 099.921834 13.78000 G 36000 KHZ 35M8G7W-- 12.6 DBW (MIN) 19.2 DBW (MAX) -55.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 71.8 0.8 71.0 13.78000 G 36000 KHZ 30M0G7F-- 20.6 DBW (MIN) 24.5 DBW (MAX) -49.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 77.9 6.9 71.0 13.78000 G 36000 KHZ 29M6G7F-- 23.5 DBW (MIN) 27.4 DBW (MAX) -46.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 80.9 9.9 71.0 13.78000 G 36000 KHZ 27M5G7W-- 11.5 DBW (MIN) 18.0 DBW (MAX) -55.8 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 71.5 0.5 71.0 13.78000 G 36000 KHZ 5M80G7F-- 12.8 DBW (MIN) 16.5 DBW (MAX) -50.2 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 76.0 5.0 71.0 EC 36000 KHZ 01.11.99 AR11/A 1220 099.921835 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 35M8G7W-- 17.6 DBW (MIN) 24.2 DBW (MAX) -50.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 71.8 0.8 71.0 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 30M0G7F-- 25.6 DBW (MIN) 29.5 DBW (MAX) -44.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 77.8 6.8 71.0 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 29M6G7F-- 28.5 DBW (MIN) 32.4 DBW (MAX) -41.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 80.8 9.8 71.0 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 27M5G7W-- 16.5 DBW (MIN) 23.0 DBW (MAX) -50.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 71.8 0.8 71.0 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 5M80G7F-- 17.7 DBW (MIN) 21.5 DBW (MAX) -45.2 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 76.0 5.0 71.0 EC 36000 KHZ 01.11.99 AR11/A 1220 099.921836 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 35M8G7W-- 12.6 DBW (MIN) 19.2 DBW (MAX) -55.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 71.8 0.8 71.0 KRI Page 2 of 3 HARD LIMITS - 095520012 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 30M0G7F-- 20.6 DBW (MIN) 24.5 DBW (MAX) -49.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 77.9 6.9 71.0 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 29M6G7F-- 23.5 DBW (MIN) 27.4 DBW (MAX) -46.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 80.9 9.9 71.0 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 27M5G7W-- 11.5 DBW (MIN) 18.0 DBW (MAX) -55.8 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 71.5 0.5 71.0 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 5M80G7F-- 12.8 DBW (MIN) 16.5 DBW (MAX) -50.2 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 76.0 5.0 71.0 KRM Page 3 of 3 HARD LIMITS - 095520012 KRM 38.0 DB POINTING ACC 0.15 DEG 095.520012 EC 36000 KHZ 01.11.99 AR11/A 1220 099.921853 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 30M0G7F-- 23.4 DBW (MIN) 29.3 DBW (MAX) -44.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 77.6 6.6 71.0 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 29M6G7F-- 26.3 DBW (MIN) 32.2 DBW (MAX) -41.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 80.6 9.6 71.0 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 18M0F9W-- 21.6 DBW (MIN) 27.3 DBW (MAX) -35.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 81.8 10.8 71.0 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 5M80G7F-- 15.6 DBW (MIN) 21.3 DBW (MAX) -45.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K4.5 54.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 75.8 4.8 71.0 EC 36000 KHZ 01.11.99 AR11/A 1220 099.921854 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 30M0G7F-- 18.4 DBW (MIN) 24.3 DBW (MAX) -49.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 77.6 6.6 71.0 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 29M6G7F-- 21.3 DBW (MIN) 27.2 DBW (MAX) -46.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 80.6 9.6 71.0 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 18M0F9W-- 16.6 DBW (MIN) 22.3 DBW (MAX) -40.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 81.8 10.8 71.0 13.77000 G 36000 KHZ 5M80G7F-- 10.6 DBW (MIN) 16.3 DBW (MAX) -50.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-K8.0 59.5 APS7 OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 75.8 4.8 71.0 PROGRAM SNSBPFD TERMINATED OK.
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Score: 768379.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...res900Library/PFD095520012.pdf
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The Role of ITU-T Rapporteurs and Editors Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Question and Answer Session Question and Answer Session (Day 1) Gary Fishman Pearlfisher International TSAG Chairman (1996-2008) Pearlfisher International 1208G 1 Rapporteur and Editor – (Geneva, 6 – 7 September 2012 ) Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Question and Answer Session Some Typical Questions - 1 Typical, normal meetings: I would like to know tips to manage meetings in normal way and when faced by typical problems. Common expressions for chairing meetings and for comment resolution Normal way to chair a group from the first meeting through the last meeting. 2 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Question and Answer Session Some Typical Questions - 2 Problem meetings: Typical difficulties in managing a group and tips in such situations. (...) 3 Pearlfisher International 1208G Rapporteur/Editor Tutorial Question and Answer Session Some Typical Questions - 3 Deadlocks: Techniques to solve a deadlock (taking coffee break, etc): what options does a Rapporteur have?
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Score: 745146.53 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/5B/T065B0000230011PDFE.pdf
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Table 1 of Report ITU-R SA.2312 states a mission duration (which is directly linked to the period of validity) of typically less than three years, while Table 4 of the Report states typical RF parameters of bandwidth, antenna gain factors and transmission power. (...) C.10.d.6 1 500 K 500 K Earth station antenna type N/A Yagi-Uda or Parabolic Yagi-Uda or Parabolic Earth station peak antenna gain C.10.d.3 10-17 dBi; typically 12 dBi 10-17 dBi; typically 16 dBi Earth station antenna pattern C.10.d.5.a Rec. (...) The space station antennas used for short duration NGSO satellites are typically simple dipole antennas, of which the radiation pattern is typically influenced by the satellite structure and appendages in the antenna’s proximity.
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Score: 729739.8 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...p/R-REP-SA.2426-2018-PDF-E.pdf
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MEASAT-3 UKR Page 1 of 2 HARD LIMITS - 092520084 START OF JOB SNSBPFD 15.12.03 10.57.01 VERSION 4.17 092520084 H karina 01N COORDINATION REQUEST CHECK AGAINST HARD LIMITS ONLY SNS HARD LIMITS for MEASAT-3 (092520084) EXAMINATION REQUESTED BY : karina DATE: 15/12/03 10:57:01 MLA MEASAT-3 95.00E 0.10 0.10 01.01.02 C 092.520084 UKR 40.2 DB POINTING ACC 0.05 DEG 092.520084 EC 36000 KHZ 04.01.00 AR11/A 0854 100.607234 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 10M0G7W-- 13.8 DBW (MIN) 31.1 DBW (MAX) -37.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-4.5M 54.5 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 84.6 13.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 19M2G7W-- 13.8 DBW (MIN) 30.9 DBW (MAX) -40.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-4.5M 54.5 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 81.6 10.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 36M0G7W-- 13.9 DBW (MIN) 30.6 DBW (MAX) -43.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-4.5M 54.5 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 78.6 7.6 71.0 EC 36000 KHZ 04.01.00 AR11/A 0854 100.607235 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 10M0G7W-- 13.8 DBW (MIN) 31.1 DBW (MAX) -37.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-4.5M 54.5 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 84.6 13.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 19M2G7W-- 13.8 DBW (MIN) 30.9 DBW (MAX) -40.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-4.5M 54.5 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 81.6 10.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 36M0G7W-- 13.9 DBW (MIN) 30.6 DBW (MAX) -43.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-4.5M 54.5 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 78.6 7.6 71.0 EC 36000 KHZ 04.01.00 AR11/A 0854 100.607236 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 10M0G7W-- 11.2 DBW (MIN) 28.4 DBW (MAX) -40.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-6.1M 57.2 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 84.6 13.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 19M2G7W-- 11.2 DBW (MIN) 28.3 DBW (MAX) -43.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-6.1M 57.2 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 81.6 10.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 36M0G7W-- 11.2 DBW (MIN) 28.0 DBW (MAX) -46.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-6.1M 57.2 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 78.6 7.6 71.0 EC 36000 KHZ 04.01.00 AR11/A 0854 100.607237 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 10M0G7W-- 11.2 DBW (MIN) 28.4 DBW (MAX) -40.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-6.1M 57.2 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 84.6 13.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 19M2G7W-- 11.2 DBW (MIN) 28.3 DBW (MAX) -43.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-6.1M 57.2 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 81.6 10.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 36M0G7W-- 11.2 DBW (MIN) 28.0 DBW (MAX) -46.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-6.1M 57.2 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 78.6 7.6 71.0 DS2 Page 2 of 2 HARD LIMITS - 092520084 DS2 38.6 DB POINTING ACC 0.05 DEG 092.520084 EB 25000 KHZ 21.10.99 AR11/A 0854 099.021603 2642.50000 M 25000 KHZ 38K4G7W-- -10.8 DBW -55.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 4) RR 21.16 FIXED-SATELLITE AND BROADCASTING-SATELLITE REF.
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Score: 728976.46 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...res900Library/PFD092520084.pdf
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MEASAT-1 UKR Page 1 of 2 HARD LIMITS - 092520152 START OF JOB SNSBPFD 15.12.03 11.34.03 VERSION 4.17 092520152 H karina 01N COORDINATION REQUEST CHECK AGAINST HARD LIMITS ONLY SNS HARD LIMITS for MEASAT-1 (092520152) EXAMINATION REQUESTED BY : karina DATE: 15/12/03 11:34:03 MLA MEASAT-1 91.50E 0.10 0.10 04.01.00 C 092.520152 UKR 40.2 DB POINTING ACC 0.05 DEG 092.520152 EC 36000 KHZ 04.01.00 AR11/A 0839 100.606480 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 10M0G7W-- 13.8 DBW (MIN) 31.1 DBW (MAX) -37.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-4.5M 54.5 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 84.6 13.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 19M2G7W-- 13.8 DBW (MIN) 30.9 DBW (MAX) -40.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-4.5M 54.5 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 81.6 10.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 36M0G7W-- 13.9 DBW (MIN) 30.6 DBW (MAX) -43.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-4.5M 54.5 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 78.6 7.6 71.0 EC 36000 KHZ 04.01.00 AR11/A 0839 100.606481 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 10M0G7W-- 13.8 DBW (MIN) 31.1 DBW (MAX) -37.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-4.5M 54.5 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 84.6 13.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 19M2G7W-- 13.8 DBW (MIN) 30.9 DBW (MAX) -40.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-4.5M 54.5 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 81.6 10.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 36M0G7W-- 13.9 DBW (MIN) 30.6 DBW (MAX) -43.7 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-4.5M 54.5 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 78.6 7.6 71.0 EC 36000 KHZ 04.01.00 AR11/A 0839 100.606482 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 10M0G7W-- 11.2 DBW (MIN) 28.4 DBW (MAX) -40.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-6.1M 57.2 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 84.6 13.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 19M2G7W-- 11.2 DBW (MIN) 28.3 DBW (MAX) -43.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-6.1M 57.2 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 81.6 10.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 36M0G7W-- 11.2 DBW (MIN) 28.0 DBW (MAX) -46.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-6.1M 57.2 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 78.6 7.6 71.0 EC 36000 KHZ 04.01.00 AR11/A 0839 100.606483 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 10M0G7W-- 11.2 DBW (MIN) 28.4 DBW (MAX) -40.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-6.1M 57.2 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 84.6 13.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 19M2G7W-- 11.2 DBW (MIN) 28.3 DBW (MAX) -43.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-6.1M 57.2 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 81.6 10.6 71.0 13.77500 G 36000 KHZ 36M0G7W-- 11.2 DBW (MIN) 28.0 DBW (MAX) -46.4 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 5) 5.503 TYPICAL-6.1M 57.2 29-25LOG(FI) OVERLAP 6.000 MHZ ALL WORLD 78.6 7.6 71.0 DS2 Page 2 of 2 HARD LIMITS - 092520152 DS2 38.6 DB POINTING ACC 0.05 DEG 092.520152 EB 25000 KHZ 21.10.99 AR11/A 0839 099.021636 2642.50000 M 25000 KHZ 38K4G7W-- -10.8 DBW -55.5 DBW/HZ 0001 ( 4) RR 21.16 FIXED-SATELLITE AND BROADCASTING-SATELLITE REF.
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Score: 728976.46 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...res900Library/PFD092520152.pdf
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When a “typical” product is widely regarded in the market as a home for the history, customs and land that saw its birth, it has a unique competitive advantage. (...) Many typical products are being relegated to oblivion or struggling with a reputation for special craft products, but unprofitable and with a low economic value. (...) In fact, what has enabled some typical local products to conquer the markets has primarily been the tireless collective value-adding strategy developed within economic operators’ associations, that from now on we will call “origin consortia”.
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Score: 728092.2 - https://www.unido.org/our-focu...tion-typical-regional-products
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NGN: What and How - Riccardo Passerini (ITU-BDT) / Oscar Gonzalez-Soto (ITU Consultant) 3.4 Service and traffic forecasting - Ignat Stanev (ITU Consultant) Coffee break: 16:00 – 16:30 hours 16:30 - 18:00 hours Session 3: Role of Planning in the current Network Architecture Scenario (cont'd) 3.5 Business and investment plan - Oscar Gonzalez-Soto (ITU Consultant) 3.6 Definition of working teams, cases and available data for the applications   Day 1 - Day 2 - Day 3 - Day 4 - Day 5 Day 2 (5 June 2007) 09:00 – 11:00 hours Session 4: Supporting Network Planning Tools 4.1 Role of network planning tools and cases - Riccardo Passerini (ITU-BDT) /Oscar Gonzalez-Soto (ITU Consultant) Coffee break: 11:00 – 11:30 hours 11:30 – 12:30 hours Session 4: Supporting Network Planning Tools (cont'd) 4.2 Critical points of a wireless network planning process (the case of WiMax planning) - Fiodor Stankevitch (ATDI)   Lunch Break: 12:30 - 14:00 hours 14:00 - 15:00 hours Session 4: Supporting Network Planning Tools (cont'd) 4.3 Case Study of WiMax network planning - Fiodor Stankevitch (ATDI)     Day 1 - Day 2 - Day 3 - Day 4 - Day 5 Day 3 (6 June 2007) 09:00 – 11:00 hours Session 5: Mobile Network Planning Tools 5.1 Planning tools capabilities - Presentation of Network Planning tools, features, inputs/outputs for radio and mobile related needs - Daniel Maier (LS telcom AG) Coffee break: 11:00 – 11:30 hours 11:30 – 12:30 hours Session 5: Mobile Network Planning Tools (cont'd) 5.2 Case studies for typical regional issues Lunch Break: 12:30 - 14:00 hours 14:00 - 15:00 hours Session 5: Mobile Network Planning Tools (cont'd) 5.3 Case studies for typical regional issues Coffee break: 15:00 – 15:30 hours 15:30 - 17:00 hours Session 5: Mobile Network Planning Tools (cont'd) 5.4 Case studies for typical regional issues   Day 1 - Day 2 - Day 3 - Day 4 - Day 5 Day 4 (7 June 2007) 09:00 – 11:00 hours Session 6: Business Planning Tools 6.1 Planning tools capabilities - Presentation of Network Planning tools, features, inputs/outputs for business planning related needs - Robin Bailey (Analysys Consulting Ltd.) Coffee break: 11:00 – 11:30 hours 11:30 – 12:30 hours Session 6: Business Planning Tools (cont'd)  6.2 Case studies for typical regional issues Lunch Break: 12:30 - 14:00 hours 14:00 - 15:00 hours Session 6: Business Planning Tools (cont'd) 6.3 Case studies for typical regional issues Coffee break: 15:00 – 15:30 hours 15:30 - 17:00 hours Session 6: Business Planning Tools (cont'd) 6.4 Case studies for typical regional issues   Day 1 - Day 2 - Day 3 - Day 4 - Day 5 Day 5 (8 June 2007) 09:00 – 11:00 hours Session 7: Fixed Network Planning Tools 7.1 Planning tools capabilities - Presentation of Network Planning tools, features, inputs/outputs for fixed network planning related needs - Ignat Stanev (ITU Consultant) Coffee break: 11:00 – 11:30 hours 11:30 – 12:30 hours Session 7: Fixed Network Planning Tools (cont'd) 7.2 Case studies for typical regional issues Lunch Break: 12:30 - 14:00 hours 14:00 - 15:00 hours Session 7: Fixed Network Planning Tools (cont'd) 7.3 Case studies for typical regional issues Coffee break: 15:00 – 15:30 hours 15:30 - 17:00 hours Session 7: Fixed Network Planning Tools (cont'd) 7.4 Case studies for typical regional issues   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2011 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page : BDT Web Support Updated : 2011-03-02    
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Score: 724091.06 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...Moscow_DetailedlProgramme.html
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"Downtown, houses with typical front, Flemish architecture"^^ . "Downtown, houses with typical front, Flemish architecture"^^ . (...) "Downtown, houses with typical front, Flemish architecture (Image)"^^ .
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Score: 720013.77 - https://en.unesco.org/mediaban...RDFNT/mediabank-eprint-4152.nt
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Literacy centre of Yenimahalle. 1981, Roger, Dominique Zeyrek quarter, Pantakrator Church, Byzantine architecture 1981, Roger, Dominique The Suleymaniye mosque, Ottoman architecture 1981, Roger, Dominique Historical quarter of Suleymanie, wooden houses 1981, Roger, Dominique Tokali Kilise, the New Church, Byzantine art, wall painting, archangel 1981, Roger, Dominique Göreme valley, sanctuary on the rock site 1981, Roger, Dominique Mustafapasa village, houses, snow 1981, Roger, Dominique Mustafapasa village, houses, snow 1981, Roger, Dominique Mustafapasa village, snow 1981, Roger, Dominique Urchisar valley, pigeon-houses on the way to Göreme, rocky landscape, national 1981, Roger, Dominique Urchisar valley, pigeon-houses on the way to Göreme, rocky landscape, national 1981, Roger, Dominique Urchisar valley, pigeon-houses on the way to Göreme, rocky landscape, national 1981, Roger, Dominique Zelve valley, rocky landscape, national park 1981, Roger, Dominique Zelve valley, rocky landscape, national park 1981, Roger, Dominique Zelve valley, rocky landscape, national park 1981, Roger, Dominique Zelve valley, rocky landscape, national park 1981, Roger, Dominique Zelve valley, rocky landscape, national park 1981, Roger, Dominique Zelve valley, rocky landscape, national park 1981, Roger, Dominique Zelve valley, three people walking on the road, rocky landscape, national park 1981, Roger, Dominique Zelve valley, detail of typical rocks, rocky landscape, national park 1981, Roger, Dominique General view of the rocky plateau 1981, Roger, Dominique Village and troglodyte rocks, countrymen 1981, Roger, Dominique General view of the village and the rocks 1981, Roger, Dominique Village street and an overhanging rock 1981, Roger, Dominique Village street with a troglodyte rock, cart 1981, Roger, Dominique Troglodyte rock in the village 1981, Roger, Dominique Entrance door to a house 1981, Roger, Dominique Old village, general view and minaret 1981, Roger, Dominique Old village, traditional houses 1981, Roger, Dominique Troglodyte rock 1981, Roger, Dominique Troglodyte rock, habitat 1981, Roger, Dominique Village and the troglodyte rocks 1981, Roger, Dominique Village with a troglodyte rock, cart 1981, Roger, Dominique Village with troglodyte rocks 1981, Roger, Dominique Village with troglodytes rocks 1981, Roger, Dominique Troglodyte rock with a donkey 1981, Roger, Dominique Village with troglodyte dwelling 1981, Roger, Dominique Village with troglodyte dwelling 1981, Roger, Dominique Troglodyte dwelling, troglodyte village 1981, Roger, Dominique Portrait of a woman doing writing exercise in the State Primary School in the K 1969, Roger, Dominique Portrait of a woman doing writing exercise 1969, Roger, Dominique The works of Ibn Sina in the Süleymaniye Manuscript Library The works of Ibn Sina in the Süleymaniye Manuscript Library The works of Ibn Sina in the Süleymaniye Manuscript Library The works of Ibn Sina in the Süleymaniye Manuscript Library The works of Ibn Sina in the Süleymaniye Manuscript Library The works of Ibn Sina in the Süleymaniye Manuscript Library The works of Ibn Sina in the Süleymaniye Manuscript Library The works of Ibn Sina in the Süleymaniye Manuscript Library The works of Ibn Sina in the Süleymaniye Manuscript Library Traditional potter, handicrafts, pottery Roger, Dominique Traditional potter, handicrafts, pottery Roger, Dominique Traditional potter, handicrafts, pottery Roger, Dominique Traditional potter, handicrafts, pottery Roger, Dominique Traditional potter, handicrafts, pottery Roger, Dominique Traditional potter, handicrafts, pottery Roger, Dominique Traditional potter, handicrafts, pottery Roger, Dominique View of the city of Istanbul. 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Roger, Dominique Typical village, doorway decoration, woman, child Roger, Dominique Typical village, doorway decoration Roger, Dominique Typical village, window with shutters Roger, Dominique Typical village, doorway decorations Roger, Dominique Typical village, decoration of building facade Roger, Dominique Typical village, view of snow-covered buildings Roger, Dominique Typical village, doorway decorations Roger, Dominique Typical village, doorknob Roger, Dominique Typical village, building view Roger, Dominique Typical village, building view Roger, Dominique Typical village, building view Roger, Dominique Typical village, building view Roger, Dominique Typical village, building view Roger, Dominique Typical village, door and decorations Roger, Dominique Typical village, door and decorations Roger, Dominique Typical village, interior view and decorations Roger, Dominique Portrait of an elderly man Roger, Dominique Hotel Sinasos, exterior view Roger, Dominique Hotel Sinasos, interior decor Roger, Dominique Sinasos hotel, interior decor Roger, Dominique Sinasos Hotel, interior decor, candelabre Roger, Dominique Sinasos Hotel, interior decor, wall painting Roger, Dominique Sinasos Hotel, interior decor, hall Roger, Dominique Sinasos Hotel,decorated pillar and arch Roger, Dominique Sinasos Hotel, interior decor Roger, Dominique This list was generated on Mon Feb 7 13:27:17 2022 CET .
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Score: 719908 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/view/countries/TR.html
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Score: 715792.24 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/.../Documents/12_am_Joynes%20.pdf
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