Indeed, the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-12) in January 2012 was widely applauded in both the public and private sectors as having successfully laid solid foundations for global rollout of mobile broadband.
What does WRC stand for?
WRC stands for World Radiocommunication Conference (UN International Telecommunication Union)
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- Work Release Camp
- Work Release Center (Florida)
- Worker Retraining (Tax) Credit
- Worker Rights Consortium
- Workers' Rights Clinic (Berkeley University; Berkeley, CA)
- Workforce Resource Center (various organizations)
- Workshop on Reconfigurable Computing
- Workstation Resource Center
- World Radiation Center
- World Radio Congress
- World Rally Championship (auto racing)
- World Rapid Chess
- World Relief Corporation (Wheaton, IL)
- World Resources Company (McLean, VA)
- World Riichi Championship (mahjong)
- Worthing Rowing Club (Worthing, West Sussex, UK)
- Wreck Removal Convention
- Water Resources Center Archives
- Weston Ranch Community Association
- Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation Association (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Salalah, Aug 27 (ONA)---The 1st meeting of the GCC Working Group tasked with preparing for the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) 2015 was concluded at Crowne Plaza Resort Salalah today.
From India's retroactive satellite tax plan and the search for additionalfrequencies for mobile IMT systems outlined at the recent World Radiocommunication Conference to the impending digitisation of Indian cable TV systems and the growth of DTH in other emerging markets, never before has the need for information and knowledge been so important.
It will also be offered as a key input at the next World Radiocommunication Conferences (WRC-12 and WRC-15/16) -- the so-called 'Wireless Olympics', where regulations governing the use of radio-frequency spectrum are reviewed.
She was the first woman to chair a world radiocommunication conference of the ITU in 2003 for which she was awarded an ITU gold medal.
This current effort is preparatory to StratoComm's participation in the ITU World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) to be held in 2011.
The French decision on the re-allocation of this spectrum is consitent with recommendations from other bodies: The 72MHz allocated to electronic communications services in the "France numE[umlaut]rique 2012" plan correspond to the sub-band identified by the 2007 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-07) for electronic communications services, and lies between 790MHz and 862MHz.
This issue is also of particular import as the ITU's next World Radiocommunication Conference approaches, and in light of the new directions that the European Commission is hoping to take subsequent to its review of the regulatory framework.