International Radio Consultative Committee
Comité consultatif international des radiocommunications (CCIR)
Comité Consultivo Internacional de Radiocomunicaciones
1927-11-18 Washington DC USA
18 Nov 1927, Washington DC (USA), as Comité consultatif international technique des communications radioélectriques. Legal status of CCIR established under Article 11 of T-XT8219 - International Telecommunication Convention, 1982, signed 6 Nov 1982, Nairobi (Kenya), and entered into force 1 Jan 1984, superseding T-XT7317 - International Telecommunication Convention, 1973, signed 25 Oct 1973, Malaga-Torremolinos (Spain), entered into force 1 Jan 1975. One of the permanent organs of B-XB2622 - International Telecommunication Union (ITU), together with: ITU General Secretariat; H-XE2624 - International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee, formed 1956, Geneva (Switzerland). Statutes registered in 'LNTS 1/1905'. Ceased to exist when merged, 1 Mar 1993, with H-XE2623 - International Frequency Registration Board (IFRB), set up 1947, Atlantic City NJ (USA), to form 'Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R)' of ITU, administered by U-XK0983 - ITU Radiocommunication Bureau (BR).
Study technical radio and operating questions relating specifically to radiocommunication, without limit of frequency range, and issue recommendations on them.
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Radiocommunication Assembly. Director. Office of the Director. Departments (5): Space Services; Terrestrial Services; Radiocommunication Information Systems; Radiocommunication Study Groups "A"; Radiocommunication Study Groups "B".
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