IFRB


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IFRBInternational Frequency Registration Board
IFRBInternational Fellowship of Reformed Baptists
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Yet despite its pioneering work, the IFRB was almost shut down soon after the First World War and even after it was saved and renamed the Industrial Health Research Board, it remained under threat into the 1930s.
They illustrate how the pioneering work of the IFRB on working hours and rest pauses, carried out during the First World War was neglected at the start of the Second World War and had to be relearnt.
The five member nations of the International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (INTELSAT) protested to the International Frequency Registration Board (IFRB), on the ground that the acquisition was for profit only and did not further the IFRB goal of maximizing international communications access.