Protect our radio frequency bands, says WMO
- World Radiocommunication Conference will decide on future of radio regulations
- Radiofrequency bands are essential for Earth observations
- Weather forecasts, early warnings and climate monitoring depend on them
- Emerging technologies put increasing pressure on radio frequency spectrum
- Monitoring of sea surface temperatures and space weather in focus
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