ECTEL-European Telecommunications and Professional Electronics Industry
1985-11-01 Bath UK
1 Nov 1985, Bath (UK), originally as a Joint Conference of H-XD3113 - European Conference of Associations of Telecommunications Industries (EUCATEL), set up 1 Jan 1977, and H-XD6390 - European Conference of Radio and Electronic Equipment Associations (ECREEA). Merged with H-XD3611 - European Association of Manufacturers of Business Machines and Information Technology Industry (EUROBIT) to form D-XD7776 - DIGITALEUROPE, 1 Jan 2000.
Promote the common interests of member associations, and their member companies, in the global market for their products and services.
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Policy Board (meets twice a year), consisting of Presidents of member associations. Secretary-General. Executive Assistant. Executive Committee, comprising Staff Directors of member associations and Chairmen of Specialist Groups. Specialist Groups (6): Regulatory Affairs (RASG), Mobile Radio (MRSG), Legal Affairs and Contracts (LCSG), Frequency Spectrum (EFSG), Standardization Policy (SPSG), Environmental Issues (EESG).
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