Radiocommunication Study Groups



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1Background 4

2Terrestrial radio and television broadcaster experience in gathering/reporting of public safety information 5

3Operational methods used to assure continued broadcast service 6

4Use of existing terrestrial broadcasting infrastructure to support emergency communications in disaster situations 7

5New broadcasting techniques and systems for use in emergency communications 8

6Collaboration between broadcasting organisations in emergency situations 9

7Public service efforts by broadcasters associated with emergency and disaster situations 10

8The role of international broadcasting for disaster relief 11

9Relevant ITU-R Recommendations, Reports and Resolutions 11

10Case Studies 12

11Conclusions 12

First Response Radio 16

BBC Media Action 20

British Broadcasting Corporation 29

Louisiana Public Broadcasting 30

BBC Media Action - Use of emergency equipment 31

BBC Media Action - Use of existing broadcast infrastructure 32

Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) Emergency Warning Functionality (EWF) 34

HD Radio Emergency Alert System 41

U.S. Emergency Alert System (EAS) 43

U.S. Mobile EAS for ATSC Mobile DTV 45

BBC Media Action - Use of new broadcasting techniques 49

Louisiana Public Broadcasting - Collaboration between broadcasting organisations 50

International Association of Broadcasting - Cooperation between broadcasters and government entities 51

BBC Media Action - Public service efforts by broadcasters 53

HFCC - The importance of terrestrial radio in international broadcasting 55

HFCC - The International Radio for Disaster Relief project 60

Impact of Hurricane Sandy on a U.S. Cable Television Operator 66

Information on Disaster Coverage and Public Service by U.S. Broadcasters 67

First Response Radio India deploys to Uttarakhand Floods 68

First Response Indonesia in Aceh earthquake area 69

First Response Radio India - 2008 Bihar flood response 70

Emergency broadcasting to protect the public in Japan 73







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