An ITU regional seminar on prospects for use of the Ka-band by satellite communication systems was held in Kazakhstan for member countries of the Regional Commonwealth in field of communications and for Baltic States.
An ITU regional seminar on prospects for use of the Ka-band by satellite communication systems was held from 5 to 7 September 2012 in Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan for member countries of the Regional Commonwealth in field of communications and for Baltic states. The seminar was attended by RSCC. In his report, “Ka-band: First Steps in Russia”, Evgueny Buydinov, Deputy General Director for Innovative Development, outlined the company’s plans for building cable networks in Kazakhstan and shared with the audience the experience gained in the course of the implementation of the RSCC/Eutelsat/Skylogic project (the first-ever joint effort of this kind in the Russian Federation) aimed at providing services that will rely on the capacity of the KA-SAT/ EUTELSAT spacecraft (9° E).
The seminar gave its participants a chance to discuss, with the industry’s lead experts, issues related to the development of Ka-band satellite communication networks, and to be introduced to the ITU Radiocommunication Bureau’s software designed to evaluate requirements for coordination and for submission of comments on RCB publications.