ITUWRC-23 Special: Spectrum, Satellites, and the Future of Telecom

ITUWRC-23 Special: Spectrum, Satellites, and the Future of Telecom

Delving into the heart of telecommunications, this ITUWRC-23 Special podcast features Michael Thompson and William Webb discussing the pivotal outcomes of the World Radio Conference 2023 (WRC 23) in Dubai. They tackle the conference’s unique challenges amidst COVID-19, the heated debate over the upper 6 GHz band, and the varied spectrum allocation across regions. The episode also sheds light on satellite-to-satellite links, safeguarding geostationary satellites, and the future of UHF band broadcasting and VHF coverage for aircraft. Michael and William conclude with insights into upcoming trends in mobile satellite communications. Tune in for an in-depth analysis of WRC 23’s impact on global telecommunications.

Watch the full episode below.

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