Last 9 of November, the Federal Telecommunication Commission (COFETEL) in Mexico issued a press release on National Table of Frequency Allocation (NTFA). COFETEL informs that a resolution on updating the NFAT has been approved, and therefore it is expected a new one in short.
The updates have been approved by Parliament are made based on the last official review of the Radio Regulations occurred during World Radiocommunication Conference of the International Telecommunication Union in 2007, whose latest edition was published in 2008.
The decision will allow the telecommunications sector and other stakeholders to have a document that incorporates all the amendments to the NTFA, so as to facilitate consultation and application.
The press release can be found in the following link.
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