Darko Ratkaj is a senior project manager at the EBU’s Technology & Innovation department where he works in the field of communications technologies. He facilitates technical collaboration amongst EBU Member organisations and with external stakeholders, including the industry, academia, standards developing organisations, regulators, and policy makers.
His work involves radio spectrum management, R&D projects, technical standardisation and regulation with the aim to enable the use of wireless technologies, such as 5G, in production and distribution of public service media content and services.
Mr Ratkaj is a member of the EBU’s spectrum team that contributes to CEPT and ITU preparations for the WRC-23. He chaired a working group in the ITU-R Task Group 6/1 which carried out the studies required under the WRC-23 Agenda Item 1.5 (review of the UHF band).
Before joining EBU in 2008 Mr Ratkaj held an expert position at the European Communications Office (ECO) of CEPT.
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