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By Kishor Yadav
• Introduction of ITU
• ITU History
Radiocommunication sector in ITU (ITU-R)
Telecommunication sector in ITU (ITU-T)
Telecommunication Development sector in ITU (ITU-D)
Introduction of ITU
• Formation :- 17 May 1865
• It is an international Organization.
• Headquarters:- Geneva, Switzerland
• Flags of ITU:-
• ITU has 191 Member States and more than
700 Sector Members and Associates .
• The ITU is comprised of three sectors:
• Each sector specializes in both technical and
policy-related matters .
• each subject areas is led by a director who
reports to the ITU Secretary General and
Deputy Secretary General.
1903 ITU first wireless
1906 first radiotelegraph
1885 ITU start with
1947 UN specialized
1948 ITU headquarters
transferred to Geneva
1992 three sectors in ITU
1932 Combining Telegraph and
International Telecommunication Union
Principles and techniques for spectrum
management, methods and techniques
System and networks for mobile,
Systems and networks of fixed services
operating terrestrial stations
Systems for space operation, space research.
Systems and networks for the fixed-satellite
service and inter-satellite links.
Including vision, sound, multimedia and data
services for general public
Propagation of radio waves in ionised and non-
Principles of service provisioning, numbering, naming, routing and
Signalling and protocols
Tariff and accounting
Data net. And software
Tariff and accounting principles for International
Network and equipment using the telecommunication
Protection of telecommunication networks and equipment from
interference and lightning
Construction, installation, jointing, termination, protection from
corrosion and other forms.
Use of cable and hybrid networks, TV, voice and time-critical
Signalling requirements and protocols for IP related functions,
multimedia functions and enhancements.
Internetworking of heterogeneous networks encompassing
multiple domains and protocols.
Optical and other transport networks, systems and equipments.
Multimedia definition and multimedia systems, including terminal,
protocols and signalling.
Open system communications including networking, directory and
Internet Mobile Telecommunications 2000 , including wireless
Telecommunication Development Sector
Deals with Telecommunication
network migration and
new technologies for rural
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