Association of Radio Industries and Businesses

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Association of Radio Industries and Businesses
ARIB (1983-present)
Association of Radio Industries and Businesses (1983-present)
TypeStandards organization
Founded1983
HeadquartersJapan

The Association of Radio Industries and Businesses (Japanese: 電波産業会, Hepburn: Denpa sangyō-kai), commonly known as ARIB (アライブ, araibu), is a standardization organization in Japan. ARIB is designated as the center of promotion of the efficient use of the radio spectrum and designated frequency change support agency. Its activities include those previously performed by the Research and Development Center for Radio Systems (RCR) and Broadcasting Technology Association (BTA).[1]

ARIB is a participating standards organization of the Global Standards Collaboration initiative and an organizational partner of the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP).

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  1. ^ "Establishment of ARIB". ARIB. Archived from the original on 13 February 2014. Retrieved 17 February 2014.

https://www.arib.or.jp/english/arib/about_arib.html - Establishment of ARIB

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