International Telecommunication Union : A Context Of Mobile Networks And The Mathematics Involved

3125 Words Jun 3rd, 2015 13 Pages
This report explores the topic on frequency allocation but more specifically within a context of mobile networks and the mathematics involved. We will focus more towards the issue of frequency allocation/assignment as well as touching base on the historical context of the issue and it 's influence of our approach towards the problem today.
In a basic reference, modern day communication uses the electromagnetic spectrum and every industry from aviation to television networks requires the use of this spectrum. Given its limits, the government regulates almost all frequencies to operators, and a spectrum management process used to regulate these frequencies is known as Frequency allocation/assignment.

International Telecommunication Union - A Quick Look
The International Telecommunication Union is a specialised agency that is responsible for issues that relate to the information and communication technologies (ITU, 2015). The ITU is based in Geneva, Switzerland and is responsible for promoting international cooperation in assigning satellite orbits, coordinating the shared global use of the radio spectrum and assisting in the development and coordination of worldwide technical standards.
The ITU consists of three separate sectors, each managing a single, different aspect of the matters handled by ITU Telecom. The three individual sectors that form the ITU are the Radio communication (ITU-R), Standardization (ITU-T) and Development (ITU-D)…
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