April 15, 2024 – Vol. 15 No. 11 edition of World Radiocommunication Wee

PENDING ITU-R-APPROVED guidance on systems operating in the aeronautical mobile service in the frequency range 1780 to 1850 MHz tripped up initial expert-level consensus to inform studies on MSS for IMT terrestrial coverage, an April 9 State Department update, and the NTIA website variously showed.

STRONG” LIKELIHOOD that the device ecosystem in the band 39.5 to 43.5 GHz will develop soon after frequencies are assigned to providers, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India said, amplifying speculation from the U.K.

STUDIES: Efficiencies in remote sensing between 50 and 60 GHz… lightning measurements… claim that first-in-kind satellite altimetry precision can be expected.

JOBS: Head of office sought on use of space-based information to blunt disaster effects; Engineer sought in the space applications software division… 

JOBS: Consultant sought to develop systemic international approach for gauging power grid design and operations standards; optical scientist sought by space agency for Earth observation systems… 

SPACE AGENCY jobs: system and applications engineers, EGNOS data dissemination, Copernicus contributing missions, space safety, strategy coordination, various Earth observation mission and payload engineers, SAR performance engineer … 

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