Gedeeltelijke herziening van het Radioreglement
(authentiek: en)
2) “Note by the General Secretariat:
Some parts of the Radio Regulations which were not examined or amended by the Conference contain references to numbers which have been deleted. Consequently, the following amendments should be made to those parts of the Regulations:
Provisions deleted by the Conference Parts of the Regulations which contain references to provisions deleted Amendments to be made in parts of the Regulations not examined or amended by the Conference
SUP 3030 and SUP 3031 Appendix 16, Section A, footnote 1 Delete from footnote 1 the numbers “3030, 3031”
SUP 4194 Appendix 1, Section F (page 17, note 2 ) Appendix 17 (page 4) note 3 Delete these two notes
SUP 4361 and SUP 4364 No. 4368 Replace the words “according to Nos. 4358 to 4365 or No. 4367” in No. 4368 by “according to Nos. 4358, 4359, 4360, 4362, 4363 and 4365 or No. 4367”

In Appendix 31, the Conference added note i) in the Table. The footnote on pages AP31-3 et AP31-5 of the Radio Regulations should therefore be amended to read:
* For notes a) to i), see page AP31-7.Geneva, 1983
Preamble
The World Administrative Radio Conference, Geneva, 1979, by Resolution No. 202 3)
[Red: Zie blz. 794 en 795 van Trb. 1981, 78.], invited the Administrative Council to take the necessary steps to arrange a World Administrative Radio Conference for the Mobile Services to revise the provisions of the Radio Regulations which relate specifically to these services; it also invited the CCIR to prepare the technical and operational bases for the Conference and the IFRB to give its technical assistance for the preparation and the organization of the Conference.
At its 35th session (1980), the Administrative Council decided, in consultation with the Members, that the Conference would be convened in Geneva on 2 March 1982 for a period of three weeks and three days; it also laid down the terms of reference of the Conference, on the understanding that final decisions concerning the formal arrangements (agenda, date, duration, etc.) would be taken at its 1981 session.
At its 36th session (1981), the Council decided, in consultation with the Members, to change the date of the Conference so that it would start on 23 February and end on 18 March 1983. No amendments were made to the agenda.
At its 37th session (1982), the Council drew up the budget of the Conference and, for budgetary reasons, proposed that it be shortened from three weeks and three days to three weeks. This proposal having been accepted by a majority of the Members (see Notification No. 1175 of 10 June 1982), the opening date was fixed at 28 February 1983.
By Resolution No. 1 the Plenipotentiary Conference, Nairobi, 1982, decided that the World Administrative Conference for the Mobile Services was to be held in Geneva from 28 February to 18 March 1983. It further decided that the agenda of the Conference, as established by the Administrative Council, would remain unchanged.
The World Administrative Radio Conference for the Mobile Services, accordingly convened on the appointed date, considered and revised the relevant parts of the Radio Regulations in conformity with its agenda. Particulars of this revision are given in the Annex hereto.
The revised provisions of the Radio Regulations shall form an integral part of the Radio Regulations which are annexed to the International Telecommunication Convention. These revised provisions shall come into force on 15 January 1985, at 0001 hours UTC. The provisions of the Radio Regulations which are cancelled, superseded or modified by these revised provisions shall be abrogated on the date of the entry into force of the revised provisions.
The delegates signing this revision of the Radio Regulations hereby declare that, should an administration make reservations concerning the application of one or more of the revised provisions of the Radio Regulations, no other administration shall be obliged to observe that provision or those provisions in its relations with that particular administration.
Members of the Union shall inform the Secretary-General of their approval of the revision of the Radio Regulations by the World Administrative Radio Conference for the Mobile Services, Geneva, 1983. The Secretary-General shall inform Members promptly regarding receipt of such notifications of approval.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the delegates of the Members of the International Telecommunication Union represented at the World Administrative Radio Conference for the Mobile Services, Geneva, 1983, have signed in the names of their respective countries this revision of the Radio Regulations in a single copy which will remain in the archives of the International Telecommunication Union and of which a certified copy will be delivered to each Member of the Union.
DONE at Geneva, 18 March 1983
Inhoudsopgave
Final Acts of the World Administrative Radio Conference for the Mobile Services (Mob-83) 2)
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