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(Geneva, Switzerland, 9 June - 4 July 2003)

Welcome to the Federal Communication Commission's 2003 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-03) Homepage. Under the auspices of the United Nations, WRCs are convened to consider specific radiocommunication matters while ensuring rational, equitable, efficient and economical use of the radio-frequency spectrum. It is important to recognize that the radio-frequency spectrum is a limited natural resource essential to the global, regional and domestic communication infrastructures. Thus, the decisions of WRC-03 will have broad and significant implications for U.S. government, industry and consumers. At WRC-03 we will seek to further the public interest by promoting competition, innovation, effective management of radio-frequency spectrum and telecommunications development. We are committed to an open, common sense approach in our preparations for WRC-03. We encourage visitors to this website to examine documents related to WRC-03 and provide us with feedback that will help in our preparatory process. Whether you attend our WRC-03 preparatory meetings or wish to participate by e-mail, phone, fax or written comments, we welcome your input.

- Alexander Roytblat, WRC Director Federal Communications Commission


  1. IMT-2000 and Terrestrial Wireless Interactive Multimedia
  2. Mobile-Satellite Service including GPS
  3. Fixed-Satellite Service / Broadcasting-Satellite Service
  4. Fixed Service / Fixed-Satellite Service Sharing
  5. 5 GHz, 13.75-14 GHz and Maritime Issues
  6. Public Protection and Other Issues
  7. Regulatory Issues and Future Agendas
  • WAC Documents by meeting
  • U.S. Contributions to WRC-03
  • Other Agreed Draft U.S. Proposals for WRC-03
  • U.S. Preliminary Views for WRC-03 (Revised February 21, 2002)

  • Bureau/Office:
    Thursday, May 14, 2015