Exhibition

The international exhibition “Radio monitoring equipment and systems – status and prospects of development and production” has been organized by the Ukrainian State Centre of Radio Frequencies (UCRF) on a biennial basis since 2002.

The exhibition aims to offer radio monitoring equipment designers and manufacturers an opportunity to showcase their latest products at an international level. Exhibition stands and the networking atmosphere will make it possible to meet new potential partners in Europe and CIS countries.

As well, the participants of exhibition will be acquainted with the technical capabilities of the UCRF radio monitoring system, including control unit for automated radio monitoring system and space radio monitoring station of the UCRF.

Contacts

Requests for visa support or general information, and other pre-meeting correspondence should be sent to the UCRF:

Ms. Olena Kuzhel
tel: +380 44 422-81-56,
fax: +380 44 422-82-59,
e-mail: kuzhel@www.ucrf.gov.ua

For additional information and clarifications please contact Mr Dmytro Protsenko, Deputy Head of Radio Frequency Assignments Directorate, UCRF, е-mail: protsenko@www.ucrf.gov.ua, tel.: + 380 44  422-81-55;
fax: +380 44 422-81-81.

Previous events

2013
ITU Seminar for the CIS and Europe on “Radio frequency spectrum management. Radio monitoring as an effective tool for radio frequency spectrum management” and 6th international exhibition “Radio monitoring equipment and systems – status and prospects of development and production” (Kyiv, Ukraine, 10-12 July 2013) were attended by more than 200 specialists from 25 countries. The international and national experts presented 31 reports and presentations.

2010
ITU Workshop “Radio monitoring and enhancement of spectrum usage efficiency” and 5th international exhibition “Radio monitoring equipment and systems – status and prospects of development and production” (Kyiv, Ukraine, 7-9 September 2010) were attended by 226 specialists from 20 countries, including 19 administrations and regulatory authorities of Europe and CIS, 26 manufacturing companies and dealers, etc. The high-qualified international and national experts presented 31 reports during the workshop.

2008
ITU Workshop “Spectrum monitoring today and tomorrow. Tasks, problems and solutions” complemented by a one-day 4th international exhibition “Radiomonitoring equipment and systems – state and prospects of development and production” (Kyiv, Ukraine, 08-10 July 2008) gave 205 participants from 16 countries the possibility to obtain practical information and exchange experience regarding the current situation, problems and tendencies in development of spectrum monitoring systems at a national level (22 reports).

2006
ITU Seminar “Trends in Development of National Spectrum Monitoring Systems” and 3rd Exhibition “Radiomonitoring facilities – state and prospects of development and production” (Kyiv, Ukraine, 19-21 July 2006) were attended by more than 210 specialists in the field of radio monitoring from 22 European and CIS countries. The international and national experts presented 26 reports and presentations.

2005
ITU Workshop “Automation of the Spectrum Management” (Kyiv, 12-15.07.2005) was attended by 86 representatives from 18 European and CIS countries. The international and national experts presented 35 reports and presentations.

2004
ITU Workshop “Monitoring of Radio Frequency Spectrum” and 2nd Exhibition “Monitoring Equipment: condition and prospects for development and production” (1-4 June 2004) were attended by 174 representatives of 15 European and CIS countries (25 reports).

2002
1st Exhibition “Radiomonitoring equipment – state and prospects of development and production” (Kyiv, Ukraine, 18-20 June 2002)

Presentations
  1. New methods of spectrum monitoring for new radio technologies (Pavlo Slobodianiuk, Ukrainian State Centre of Radio Frequencies)
  2. Spectrum management trends (Istvan Bozsoki, Telecommunication Development Bureau, ITU)
  3. Development of CEPT and ITU deliverables (Ralf Trautmann, Chairman of ITU-R WP 1С, Chairman of CEPT/ECC/WGFM/РТ22)
  4. The influence of current developments in spectrum management on monitoring(Dr. Georg Schöne, CTO LS telcom AG, Germany)
  5. A comprehensive spectrum management(Jerome Duboe, Integral Systems Europe, France)
  6. Current status and general development trends of spectrum monitoring systems (Stanislav Kizima, CJS “Special Design Engineering Bureau “VECTOR”, Russian Federation)
  7. International monitoring system and resolving harmful interference (Nikolai Vassiliev, Radiocommunication Bureau, ITU)
  8. Protection of fixed spectrum monitoring stations against interference (Georgij Leontjev, Communications Regulatory Authority of the Republic of Lithuania)
  9. Automatizaton of the radio spectrum management in the Republic of Belarus (RUE “BelGIE”)(Konstantin Hotyko,  State Supervisory Department for Telecommunications of State Enterprise “BelGIE”, Belarus)
  10. Management of measuring equipment and stations in automated spectrum monitoring  (Sergey Mitchenkov, Scientific production company «RADIAN-М», Russian Federation)
  11. ITU Spectrum Management Training Program (SMTP) (Istvan Bozsoki, Telecommunication Development Bureau, ITU)
  12. Automation of spectrum monitoring system topology planning in Ukraine (Pavlo Slobodianiuk, Volodymyr Tytarenko, Vadym Blagodarnyi, Mykola Kaliuzhnyi, Ukraine)
  13. Automation of spectrum monitoring and location of short-time radio signals in HF band(Viacheslav Kalugin, Oleksandr Chebotov, “STC Academy of Sciences ARE”, Ukraine)
  14. Status of radio spectrum management in Korea (Sang-Tae Kim, Yong-Seok Choi, Jae-Ick Choi, ETRI, Republic of Коrea)
  15. Automated information system for accounting mobile cellular terminals in Ukraine (АISUMTU)(Volodymyr Kirichenko, Ukrainian State Centre of Radio Frequencies)
  16. Measurements of digital signals with spectrum analyzers (Tomas Hasenpusch, Bundesnetzagentur, Germany)
  17. Methods of investigating interference into UMTS and GSM stations(Tomas Hasenpusch,Bundesnetzagentur, Germany)
  18. System solution for spectrum monitoring of new digital cellular and wireless access radio technologies(Ievgen Kamenskyi, GRAND Technologies Ltd., Ukraine)
  19. Operational estimation of radio stations EMC using spectrum monitoring results (Boris Antipin, Evgeniy Vinogradov, EMC and Spectrum Monitoring Laboratory of M.A. Bonch-Bruevich Sankt-Peterburg State University, Russian Federation)
  20. Automated spectrum monitoring system of the UCRF (Volodymyr Tytarenko, Ukrainian State Centre of Radio Frequencies)
  21. Experience of Lithuania in spectrum monitoring of microwave links (Georgij Leontjev, Communications Regulatory Authority of the Republic of Lithuania)
  22. Influence of mobile direction finder location on bearing accuracy (Valentyn Gromozdin, Mykhailo Protsenko, Ukraine)
  23. Specific issues of spectrum monitoring of wideband access transmitters emission (Mykola Skrynnik, Ukrainian State Centre of Radio Frequencies)
  24. Measurement of coverage area of transmitting DVB-T broadcasting station (Vladimir Kalinin , Alexandr Karpov, FSUE “Scientific and Research Institute of Radio Communications”, Russian Federation)
  25. International aspects of satellite monitoring  (Timur Kadyrov, Radiocommunication Bureau ITU)
  26. Why and how of an international monitoring station (Guido Baraglia, SAT Corporation, USA)
  27. Zodiac data systems (Thierry Balanche, ZODIAC AEROSPACE, France)
The 15th International Space Radio Monitoring Meeting October 15th – 17th, 2013, Kyiv, Ukraine

The Ukrainian State Centre of Radio Frequencies is pleased to announce 15th International Space Radio Monitoring Meeting, which will be held in Kyiv, Ukraine, from 15th to 17th October 2013.

The meeting will take place at the premises of the Ukrainian State Centre of Radio Frequencies (UCRF), 15th km, Peremogy Ave., 03179, Kyiv, Ukraine.

The meeting is open for participants from communications administrations, regulatory authorities and spectrum management bodies engaged in or interested in satellite monitoring as well as representatives from satellite communications companies and other satellite related organizations.

For any additional requirements please do not hesitate to contact ISRMM Secretariat, at isrmm@www.ucrf.gov.ua, Tel +380 44 422-81-56, Fax +380 44 422-82-59.

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