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					DOCUMENT #:    GSC15-PLEN-04
FOR:           Presentation
SOURCE:        ARIB
AGENDA ITEM:   Plenary 4.1
CONTACT(S):    shibayama@arib.or.jp



                   Activities of ARIB
                 after the last Meeting
                      Masayoshi WAKAO
                        Secretary General &
                      Senior Managing Director
                                      ARIB
          Global Standards Collaboration (GSC)
                        GSC-15
           Current Activities (1/4)
   Advanced Wireless Communications
    • IMT-2000:
      Continuing enhancement and updates
        LTE, HSPA etc.

    • IMT-Advanced:
      Submitted RIT proposals and evaluation reports to ITU-R
        Based on 3GPP LTE-Advanced and IEEE 802.16m

    • Broadband Wireless Access:
      Enhancement and Updates continue
        WiMAX and XGP (Next Generation PHS)

                                                           2
             Current Activities (2/4)
   Digital Broadcast Systems
    • ISDB Standardization enhancement and updates
        Standardization of Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting System for
         portable terminal to begin after 2011
        Improvement of Earthquake Early Warning System
    • Research and development of the next generation
      broadcasting system
       (UHDTV,3D-TV etc.)
   Others
    • Integrated Transport System (ITS)
    • Broadband Mobile Communications System
      for public use
    • EMC
                                                                        3
                                             Current Activities (3/4)
                                  - Frequency Allocation and Licenses for 3G and BWA -
                                                           FDD system                                                            TDD system
                   700MHz 800MHz 900MHz                         1.5GHz              1.7GHz               2.0GHz            2.0GHz                2.5GHz


                                            Used for             Used for                                Currently                             Just Licensed
Current status




                                         PDC (2G) and 3G         PDC (2G)                             deploying for 3G                              BWA

                                                                                                                                               ・ UQ
                                        ・NTT DoCoMo                             ・ NTT DoCoMo
                                                                                                                                               Communications
                                        ・KDDI                ・NTT DoCoMo Assigned to cope with ・NTT DoCoMo
                                                                         spectrum congestion ・KDDI                                             (WiMAXTM)
                                                             ・KDDI
                                                             ・Softbank   ・ eMobile             ・Softbank                                       ・ Wilcom (Next
                                                                                 Started Service :                                             Gen PHS)
                                                                                  March 31, 2007
                                                                                                                                               will start services
                                                                                                                                               in 2Q/09
                       Analog                                 Open for 3.9G       Open for 3.9G                            Open for 3.9G
                 television service   Shift/Convergence
                 to be discontinued
                                                            License Application License Application                      License Application


                                        For 3G
                                      deployment

                                                                 For 3G              For 3G                                  For 3G
  Future




                   700MHz 800MHz 900MHz                        deployment          deployment                              deployment


                                                                                      Assign
                                                                                   to cope with
                                                                                     spectrum
                             To be used as pair bands                               congestion
                             after July 2012                                                                                                                         4
                          Current Activities (4/4)
  - VHF/UHF rearrangement after analog TV termination -
              90-108MHz         170-222MHz                                 470-770MHz
                1~3ch             4~12ch                                    13~62ch

Now           Analog TV         Analog TV                            Analog TV Broadcasting
             Broadcasting      Broadcasting                          Digital TV Broadcasting


               18MHz                52MHz                                   300MHz


                                                            470-710MHz
              90-108MHz 170-202.5MHz 207.5-222MHz                               715-725MHz       730-770MHz
                                                             13~52ch
Future
 Plan            (1)-a        (2)           (1)-b     Digital TV Broadcasting        (3)             (4)



                18MHz        32.5MHz     14.5MHz               240MHz              10MHz             40MHz
              (VHF Low)                  (VHF High)
                                                                            GB 5MHz        GB 5MHz
                                    (GB 5MHz)

  (1)    Multimedia Mobile Broadcasting
  (2)    Private Telecommunication (Protection against disasters, etc)
  (3)    Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)                                    Schedule plan
  (4)    Molile Telecommunications                                              (1) (2) after July 25, 2011
                                                                                (3) (4) after July 25, 2012
                                                                                                              5
Strategic Direction & Challenges (1/3)

    Radio Interface Technology for IMT-Advanced
     • To promote its standardization through
       contributions to ITU-R and other activities
     • 2 proposals were submitted to ITU-R
       in October 2009
         3GPP LTE-Advanced basis
         IEEE 802.16m basis
     • Development of Radio Interface
       Recommendations in March 2011

                                                     6
Strategic Direction & Challenges (2/3)

    Digital Television
     • To standardization for Ultra HDTV
           Video/audio system
           Interface between equipments
     • Study on new technologies for the next
       generation broadcasting system
           High presence broadcasting service such as 3D
            television
           Technologies for new broadcasting services using
            meta data

                                                               7
Strategic Direction & Challenges (3/3)
    Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting System
     • New broadcasting services for portable
       terminal after analog TV termination in 2011
       using VHF Band
           ISDB-TSB for regional service
           ISDB-Tmm or MediaFLO for national service
     • New ARIB standards are being developed to
       embark new services



                                                        8
            Next Steps/Actions

   Global Standardization

    • Closer collaboration among SDOs towards
      Global Standards

    • Active exchange of information and views with
      other SDOs at meetings such as GSC, ITU-R
      WPs and CJK.



                                                      9
Supplementary Slides




                       10
Association of Radio Industries and Businesses



      Activities of ARIB
    after the last Meeting

- Standardization for Radio Systems -


           Masayoshi WAKAO
           (wakao@arib.or.jp)
   Secretary General, Senior Managing
                Director
                                                 11
Recent Topics
   Mobile Communications
       IMT-2000 (3G/3.9G)
               Enhancement and Standardization
       IMT-Advanced (4G)
               Study and Standardization
       Wireless LAN/Broadband Wireless Access (BWA)
               Study and Standardization

   Spectrum Re-allocation
   Digital Broadcast Systems
       ISDB Standardization
       Established new units and started activities for future
        Services (UHDTV,3D-TV)
                                                              12
     Activities on
Mobile Communications




                        13
Trends of Mobile Communications in Japan

   The number of Mobile Phone subscribers including PHS in Japan:

             117.599 million (as of the end of June 2010)
   Rapid shift from 2G to 3G (IMT-2000) :   97.7 % 3G penetration
   Active studies on IMT (IMT-2000 and IMT-Advanced)
        Report by Telecommunications Council to Ministry of Internal Affairs
         and Communications (MIC) on technical conditions for 3.9G including
         enhanced 3.5G in December 2008
        Submit candidate IMT-Advanced radio interface technology proposal to
         ITU-R in October 2009
   2.5GHz Band Mobile BWA (Broadband Wireless Access) systems licensed
    (nation wide) to 2 operators based on mobile WiMAX(IEEE802.16e) and
    XGP(eXtended Global Platform) technologies in Dec.2007
        UQ Communications Inc. started mobile WiMAX commercial service in
         July 2009
        Willcom Inc. started XGP commercial service in October 2009
                                                                           14
Advanced Wireless Communications

Mobility
                                    ① Enhanced 3G                                  Work target
                                                         ② 4G
                                       New
High
                                       Mobile
                       Enhanced
           IMT-2000                    Access
                        IMT-2000


                 Enhancement                                             ③ Wireless LAN/BWA


Low                                       New Nomadic /R-LAN


             1                 10               100                  1000
                           Peak Useful Data Rate (Mb/s)
                                           Note: The illustration is based on Fig. 2 of ITU-R Rec. M.1645




                                                                                                            15
ADWICS in Japan
(ADvanced WIreless Communications Study Committee)

    Establishment
      April,   2006
    Scope of Work
      To conduct technical studies on Advanced
       Wireless Communications Systems: IMT-
       2000, IMT-Advanced and Broadband
       Wireless Access (BWA)
      To contribute to the global standardization
    Minor reorganizations took place in
     accordance with circumstances
                                                     16
Organization of ADWICS
              Advanced Wireless Communications
                  Study Committee (ADWICS)

                                        Steering Committee



IMT Partnership   IMT-Advanced         BWA            Mobile Commerce
 Subcommittee     Subcommittee     Subcommittee        Subcommittee


   3GPP               3GPP          IEEE802.16        Moved from
 (DS-CDMA)        (LTE-Advanced)      (WiMAX)         mITF (mobile IT
                   IEEE802.16                         Forum) on April
  3GPP2                             IEEE802.20
                  (IEEE802.16m)                       2009
(MC-CDMA)                             (iBurst)
                                        XGP
                                   (Next Gene. PHS)

                                                                   17
Recent Activities of
IMT Partnership Subcommittee

   ARIB updates standards on IMT-2000 DS-
    CDMA and MC-CDMA based on 3GPPs
    specifications every 3-4 months.
   Current Version
     STD-T63/TR-T12 IMT-2000 DS-CDMA and
      TDD-CDMA System Ver.8.10
     STD-T64/TR-T13 IMT-2000 MC-CDMA System
      Ver.5.10

                                         18
 Recent Activities of
 IMT-Advanced Subcommittee
 Completion(including self evaluation) of RIT
 proposals and submission to ITU-R WP5D
 (Oct 2009)

 Conduct  communication & collaboration with
 external related bodies
 (main activities are CJK-B3G collaboration)




                                                 19
            Recent Activities of
            BWA Subcommittee
   ARIB updates standards on;
    “OFDMA Broadband Mobile Wireless Access System”
     (WiMAX™ applied in Japan)
    “OFDMA/TDMA TDD Broadband Wireless Access System”
     (Next Generation PHS)
    “Mobile Broadband Wireless Access System”
     (IEEE 802.20 TDD Wideband and 625k-MC Modes Application in
      Japan)

   Current Version
     STD-T94 OFDMA Broadband Mobile Wireless Access System Ver. 2.0
     STD-T95 OFDMA/TDMA TDD Broadband Wireless Access System Ver. 1.3
     STD-T97 Mobile Broadband Wireless Access System Ver. 1.0

                                                                       20
      Introduction of BWA in Japan
   May 2007: MIC decided Radio Regulation for 2.5GHz Band Mobile BWA
   July 2007: MIC decided License Policy
   Dec 2007: MIC licensed two operators for the deployment of Mobile
               services
               WILLCOM, Inc. (Next-Generation PHS)
               UQ Communications Inc. (Mobile WiMAX)

   Jun 2008: MIC licensed 42 applicants for Regional FWA services
               (including some temporal licensee)
   Dec 2008: A regional FWA operator started service on a trial basis
   July 2009: UQ Communications Inc started commercial “UQ WiMAX”
               mobile services
   Oct 2009: WILLCOM Inc started commercial “WILLCOM CORE XGP”
               (next generation PHS) mobile services




                                                                        21
2.5 GHz-band Channel Plan for BWA


 WILLCOM, Inc.                                   42 operators                           UQ Communications Inc
   Mobile Communications                      Fixed Wireless Access                     Mobile Communications
    (For Nation-wide deployment)                 (For Regional deployment)                (For Nation-wide deployment)
                 Guard Band




                                                        Guard Band




                                                                     Guard Band




                                                                                                      Guard Band
N-STAR                                                                                                             MBSAT

      2535MHz 2545MHz                       2575MHz                      2595MHz            2625MHz 2630MHz
                              *
                                  For this 10MHz bandwidth,                       Total 10MHz of Guard Bands
                                  operation is restricted until
                                      31 December 2014




                                                                                                                           22
Recent Activities of
Mobile Commerce Subcommittee
 Moved   from mITF (mobile IT Forum) on April 2009

 Promote  the development and standardization of
  mobile commerce
 Contribute to the advancement and growth of mobile
  content service business market

 Study of encryption algorism for mobile PKI (Public
  Key Infrastructure)
 Study of access method to E-Government from Mobile
  Terminal

                                                       23
Spectrum Re-allocation




                     24
       Frequency Allocation and Licences for 3G and BWA
                                                           FDD system                                                               TDD system

                   700MHz 800MHz 900MHz                         1.5GHz              1.7GHz                  2.0GHz            2.0GHz                2.5GHz



                                            Used for             Used for                                   Currently                             Just Licensed
Current status




                                         PDC (2G) and 3G         PDC (2G)                                deploying for 3G                              BWA

                                                                                ・ NTT DoCoMo                                                      ・ UQ
                                        ・NTT DoCoMo          ・NTT DoCoMo                                 ・NTT DoCoMo                              Communications
                                        ・KDDI                                    Assigned to cope with
                                                             ・KDDI               spectrum congestion     ・KDDI                                    (WiMAXTM)
                                                             ・Softbank                                   ・Softbank
                                                                                 ・ eMobile                                                        ・ Wilcom (Next
                                                                                 Started Service :                                                Gen PHS)
                                                                                  March 31, 2007
                                                                                                                                                  will start services
                                                                                                                                                  in 2Q/09
                       Analog                                 Open for 3.9G       Open for 3.9G                               Open for 3.9G
                 television service   Shift/Convergence
                 to be discontinued
                                                            License Application License Application                         License Application


                                        For 3G
                                      deployment

                                                                 For 3G              For 3G                                     For 3G
  Future




                   700MHz 800MHz 900MHz                        deployment          deployment                                 deployment


                                                                                       Assign
                                                                                    to cope with
                                                                                      spectrum
                             To be used as pair bands                                congestion
                             after July 2012


                                                                                                                                                              25
  Rearrangement of VHF/UHF
  - VHF/UHF rearrangement after analog TV termination -
             90-108MHz         170-222MHz                                  470-770MHz
               1~3ch             4~12ch                                     13~62ch

Now           Analog TV         Analog TV                            Analog TV Broadcasting
             Broadcasting      Broadcasting                          Digital TV Broadcasting


               18MHz                52MHz                                   300MHz



                                                            470-710MHz
             90-108MHz 170-202.5MHz 207.5-222MHz                                715-725MHz       730-770MHz
                                                             13~52ch
Future
 Plan           (1)-a         (2)           (1)-b     Digital TV Broadcasting        (3)             (4)



               18MHz        32.5MHz      14.5MHz               240MHz              10MHz             40MHz
             (VHF Low)                   (VHF High)
                                                                            GB 5MHz        GB 5MHz
                                    (GB 5MHz)


    (1)   Multimedia Mobile Broadcasting
    (2)   Private Telecommunication (Protection against disasters, etc)
    (3)   Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)                                    Schedule plan
    (4)   Molile Telecommunications                                              (1) (2) after July 25, 2011
                                                                                 (3) (4) after July 25, 2012

                                                                                                               26
ISDB Standardization




                       27
    Digital Broadcast Systems
   Media
       Digital Terrestrial Television
       Broadcast Satellite (BS)/Communication Satellite (CS) Digital
        Television and Advanced BS/CS Digital Television
       Terrestrial Audio Broadcasting
       Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting
   ARIB Standards and Technical References
       Overview is shown on next slide
       TR contains important information for implementation and
        operation
       Download: http://www.arib.or.jp/english/html/overview/index.html




                                                                        28
Recent Activity of
ISDB Standardization
   Advanced BS digital broadcasting
    system
         Multi-channel HDTV broadcasting service
         Storage type broadcasting service
         1080/P(2160/P) and 22.2ch High presence sound
   Mobile Multimedia broadcasting system
         Nationwide area (VHF-H)    ISDB-Tmm, Media-FLO
         Local Block area (VHF-L)   ISDB-Tsb
   Earthquake Early Warning System
         Character superimpose method
         Event message method
         AC (Auxiliary Channel) method

                                                           29
  Digital Broadcasting in Japan

CS (SDTV)                  Digital CS (SDTV)
 1996
                         Digital Wide-band CS (HDTV, SDTV)          Advanced
                         2002

BS (SDTV, HDTV)                      Digital BS (HDTV, SDTV)        Advanced
                    2000
                                                           2011
Terrestrial TV (SDTV)                    Digital Terrestrial (HDTV, SDTV)
                            Dec. 2003
                                            Digital Terrestrial (Sound)
        Analog System        Oct. 2003
        Digital System                                Mobile Multimedia
                                                           2011



                                                                            30
Digital Switchover in Japan
   Target date: 24 July 2011
    Analog TV broadcasting to be discontinued

   Goals and Milestones
       Start of Digital Terrestrial TV Broadcasting: December 1st 2003

      DTTB        Household coverage
             2004/e: 38%  2007/e: 92%
             End of 2008: 96%
            End of 2010: 98%
            To cover the remaining areas: Gap Fillers, CATV, BS, etc. will be used

      Digital     TV Receivers Cumulative shipment
            Jul-06:        12 million        (18th FIFA World Cup)
            Aug-08:        36 million        (29th Olympic Games)
            Jul-09:        55 million
            July 2011: 100 million

                                                                               31
                                      DTV Receivers Diffusion
                                 60,000


                                 55,000                                55,432@Jul-09
                                                                                                             1,593
                                 50,000
                                                                      45,895@08e                              PC
                                 45,000
Cumulative shipment (Thousand)




                                                                                                             7,229
                                 40,000                        30,679 @07e                                    STB-Cable
                                 35,000
                                                                                                               740
                                 30,000                17,767 @06e                                            STB
                                 25,000
                                                                                                           11,240

                                                 8,401 @05e
                                 20,000
                                                                                                              Recorder
                                 15,000
                                                                                                           33,908
                                 10,000   3,162 @04e                                                          FPD-TV
                                 5,000
                                                                                                               722
                                     0
                                                                                                              CRT-TV
                                      03- 04- 04- 04- 05- 05- 06- 06- 07- 07- 07- 08- 08- 09- 09-
                                                                                                    based on data from JEITA
                                      Sep Feb Jul Dec May Oct Mar Aug Jan Jun Nov Apr Sep Feb Jul
                                                                                                                      32
Percentage of DTV-Ready Households
[%]                                                                 Analog transmission
 120
                                                                    stops by
                                    Plan                            July 24, 2011

 100



  80                                           The 29th Olympics,
                                               Beijing

                  Intermediate Target                                                 100%
  60              = 50%@July 2008                                                     @April 2011


  40                          FIFA World Cup
                              Germany

          The 28th Olympics                                         Approximation of
          Athens
  20                                                                actual progress


      0
  Jan-03 Jan-04 Jan-05 Jan-06 Jan-07 Jan-08 Jan-09 Jan-10 Jan-11 Jan-12
       2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008   2009   2010   2011
                                                                                                    33
Mobile Digital Television
 “One-seg” service
    started on December 1, 2006
    Receiver shipped to the end of March 2009
      More than 55 million one-seg capable cell phones
      2.6 million one-seg capable car navigation systems

 Mobile Multimedia Broadcasting
  Service (MMBS)
   Telecommunication Council of MIC reported
   technical coditions for MMBS in October 2009
   Now ARIB is developing standards for MMBS


                                                      34
  Convergence of Broadcasting & Communications
  - BST-OFDM technology / Features of One-Seg -

   Broadcasting                     Convergence                              Communications


   Watch TV            TV & Data                  TV & Internet               Internet
                                                      Broadcasting station     Broadcasting station




                                                                                                      BML
                                                                    BML




                                                                                             BML, HTML

                                               Watching TV program
Watching TV program   Watching TV program                                     Viewing or reading
                                               and reading data on the
on full screen        and reading data on TV                                  on the Internet
                                               Internet




                                                                                                   35
     One-Seg receivers
     - Digital Terrestrial TV service in Japan / One-Seg -




                                                             Car Navigators


          Mobile Phones




                                       Portable Dictionary               PCs with One-Seg



       Portable Games



                                                                     USB type One-Seg tuners
(From Homepage)
                          Portable Players
                                                                                               36
   Association of Radio Industries and Businesses




            Activities of ARIB
- Standardization for Radio Systems -




                                                    37
    CONTENTS

   Standardization Flow in Japan
   About ARIB




                                    38
Standardization Flow
     in Japan




                       39
   Standardization Flow in Japan
Users, Operators, Suppliers

                        ITU-T/ITU-R
 Demand

              MIC
                        Telecom.               Radio
             Study      Technology    Rule                  Mandatory     MIC’s
                                               Regulatory   technical     radio station
             Group      Sub-council   making   Council      requirement   license
Partici-
pation
              ARIB
             R&D        Technical                           Voluntary
                                      Standard Assembly     ARIB            Active
             Group      Committee
                                                            Standard        and
                                                                            effective
              TTC                                                           use of
                                                            Voluntary       radio
             Working    Technical     Technical Assembly                    waves
             Group      Committee                           TTC
                                                            Standard

     (Note) MIC: Ministry of Internal Affairs and
       Telecommunications
                                                                                        40
Government Regulations and
ARIB Standards for radio systems
            Government Regulations         ARIB Standards
 Nature           Mandatory                   Voluntary
 Purpose    To promote efficient      To ensure common air
             use of frequency           interface
            To prevent                To ensure suitable
             interference occurring     quality
            etc.                      etc.
 Technical  Frequency band            Communication protocol
 items      Spurious emission         Sensitivity
            Frequency tolerance       Carrier to Noise ratio
            Occupied bandwidth        Bit error rate
            etc.                      Measurement method
                                       etc.


                                                                 41
About ARIB




             42
    Outline of ARIB
   Establishment: merge of two organizations in 1995:
       Research & Development Center for Radio Systems (RCR)
       Broadcasting Technology Association (BTA)
   Objective: promotion of pubic welfare by means of:
       conducting investigation, R&D and consultation of utilization of
        radio waves
       promoting realization and dissemination of new radio systems
   Main Activities:
       investigation and R&D on utilization of radio waves
       establishment of voluntary technical standards for radio systems
       frequency change support for terrestrial digital TV broadcasting
       consultation, dissemination, collection and publication of
        information on utilization of radio waves
       frequency expiration support for re-allotment of radio spectrum

                                                                           43
   Organization of ARIB
           Members           General Assembly

           Auditors          Board of Directors          Secretary General
                                                              Secretariat
[STD]
                                 Chairman

         Standard Assembly
                                          [R&D]
          Standard Council                        Technical Committee
[MGT]
        Management Strategy                    Advanced Wireless
            Committee                         Communications Study
                                                  Committee
    Management Committee
                                            Electromagnetic Environment
[PMT]
                                                    Committee
         Promotion Strategy
            Committee
                                                                            44
 ARIB’s R&D and Standardization
                         Demands for radio systems

  Committees and subordinate groups for standardization inside ARIB
  Technical Committee                   Advanced Wireless             Electromagnetic
                                         Communications                 Environment
R&D Group
             ••••      R&D Group         Study Committee                 Committee


                                                                        MIC
                Results of R&D
                                                            Considerations on Technical
                                                                  Requirements
              Draft ARIB Standard
                                                           Rule making by the Ministry
            Standard Assembly
                                                              Demands for voluntary
                                                                  standards
                ARIB Standard

                                                                                          45
       ARIB membership
                         320                         312
                                               307
Number of ARIB Members

                                                            303 305
                         300                297                   294
                                                                        285 284
                                      276                                                           275
                         280                                                                  274          271
                                                                                     270
                               262
                         260

                                                                                                              236
                         240

                         220

                         200
                               1996


                                            1998


                                                     2000


                                                               2002


                                                                        2004


                                                                                       2006


                                                                                                    2008


                                                                                                              2010
                                                                               (As of March 1st every year)
                                                                                                                     46
    ARIB Standard Assembly
   Establishment: 1995
    (reorganized from the RCR Standard Assembly and the
    BTA)
   Members: 186 (as of March 1, 2010)
     open to any entity, organization and person
     no limitation on nationality
     independent from ARIB membership
   Organization:
     Standard Assembly
      Chairman     Members
                                  For maintenance and
                                  enhancement
     21 Working Groups            of ARIB standards
                                                        47
Members of ARIB Standard Assembly
                                  Ref.: ARIB Members
  Members of ARIB                            11
                                     42         23
 Standard Assembly
          9
   24         18


                                            160           Total: 236


                     T   Telecommunications companies
       135               Broadcasting companies and organizations
                     B
                         Research, Development and manufacture
                     M   companies of radio equipment
                     O   Wholesaler, bank, electricity, gas and service
                         companies and corporations
  Total: 186                        (as of March 1, 2010)


                                                                     48
Outcome from Standard Assembly
•   ARIB Standards (STDs):
    – voluntary standards of private sector
•   ARIB Technical Reports (TRs):
    – technical information not including standards
•   Number of STDs and TRs
                                            STD         TR
          Telecommunications             81 (81)      20 (19)
              Broadcasting               53 (52)      42 (40)
                General                   0 (0)        1 (1)
                                     As of 15th July 2010    (July 2009)

    •   Free Download
         http://www.arib.or.jp/english/html/overview/index.html

                                                                           49
Classification of ARIB Standards
   Telecommunications
    •   Radio facilities/equipment/devices for Telecom. Businesses
        (Mobile/Fixed, Land/Satellite, etc.)
    •   Radio facilities/equipment/devices for Other Businesses (trunked
        radio systems, radio systems for business, public safety, local
        government use, etc.)
    •   Low Power equipment/devices for data com., radio microphone,
        cordless telephone, WLAN/wireless access, RFID, ITS, UWB, etc.
    •   Others: SAR measurement for mobile phones, EMC, Power Line
        Communications, Optical Wireless LAN, etc.
   Broadcasting
    •   Digital Broadcasting (Terrestrial/Satellite, Fixed/Mobile Reception,
        TV/Multimedia)
    •   Transmission for programme contribution/distribution
    •   Studio facilities/equipment
    •   Quality Evaluation Methods (Video/Audio, mobile reception, FPD,
        etc.)
   Common or Others
    •   Measurement Methods

                                                                          50
Standards Collaboration (General)
                                                                        ITU
                   Up Stream

         ITU                                                        GSC/GRSC
                                                ARIB
              Down Stream MIC
                                                               ATIS, CCSA, ETSI ,
           APT                                                 ISACC, TIA, TTA, TTC,
                                                               Communications Alliance
           AWF

         ASTAP
                                      CJK
                                       IT
                                   Standards           India             Russia
MIC :                               Meeting
Ministry of Internal Affairs and
Telecommunications


                            CCSA     TTA       TTC     GISFI                ICU

                                                                                    51
Relation with other Organizations
(Specific Projects)
 Broadcasting              Telecommunications

                           (IMT-2000/Advanced )
                                3GPP/3GPP2
  ARIB/ATSC                (IMT-Advanced)
Regular Meeting
                                   WWRF
                                NGMC Forum
  ARIB/DVB
                               FuTURE Forum
Regular Meeting
                  ARIB     CJK Standards Meeting
                          (Wireless Access/WLAN/ITS)
   ETSI/DVB                IEEE 802.11, 16, 20, etc.

                               WiMAX Forum

    SMPTE                        XGP Forum
                                 ETSI TC-ITS

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