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B U S regulatory authorities
Federal Communications Commission FCC 2 Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee IRAC
Regulations for space service adopted by the International Tele coinmunication Union Geneva 1959
A Frequency allocations for space service
Table 5 Allocation of radio spectrum for space communication
B Frequency allocations for radio astronomy
Other recommendations and actions
Proposal for 1963 extraordinary session
U S response to ITU allocations for space services A Status of treaty B Implementation of frequency assignments by U S regula tory authorities
Protection of space telecommunication from harmful interference
Adequacy of ITU frequency allocations for space research
Adequacy of ITU frequency allocations for communication satel lites A Potential of global communication
B Frequency needs
Table 7Résumé of recommendations and allocations made of radio
Planning for Extraordinary ITU Conference in 1963
U S communication policy in relationship to space operations
A National policymaking machinery
B Longterm planning for frequency management
Planning for communications satellites
Policy planning and policy making machinery
Issues confronting the Congress
Committee staff conclusions
Appendix ATexts of letters received by the chairman Senator Lyndon B Johnson in response to his inquiries of April 2527 1960 to interested
Government agencies
Appendix BMemorandum opinion and order regarding docket 11866 of the Federal Communications Commission October 5 1960
Appendix CPartial dissent to FCC order on docket 11866 by Commis sioner T A M Craven
Appendix D Recent relevant events
Appendix EInitial clarification and amplification of remarks concerning NASA policies on communications satellites
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