The Minister of Works, Services and Housing approved the National Frequency Plan of Bolivia by Ministerial Resolution No. 294 dated November 8, 2012.
“The National Frequency Plan (NFP), is the policy and technical instrument which establishes the use and allocation of electromagnetic frequencies ranging from 8.3 kHz to 3000 GHz named “Radio Spectrum”, to regulate the use of frequencies and attribution to services within the territory of Bolivia.
This document is based on the frequency band allocations adopted at World Radiocommunication Conferences (WRC) of the ITU. “
The Authority in Qatar (The Supreme Council of Information and Communication Technology, ictQATAR) issued on March 14th, 2012 the Radio Spectrum Policy.
The aim of the Policy is the managing of the country’s spectrum resources. It balances the allocation of spectrum between the public and private sectors, and includes radio spectrum allocation and national frequency allocation.
Beyond the radio spectrum and frequency allocation component, the Radio Spectrum Policy also details radio spectrum licensing requirements, spectrum fees and billing, and monitoring and policy enforcement stipulations.
The Radio Spectrum Policy can be read at this link.
The Authority in Croatia (HAKOM) issued two public consultations related to the use of the radio frequency spectrum the last 29 of February:
Both public consultations are closed today, 29 of March, and no more comments will be accepted.
The consultative documents in Croatian language can be accessed at the Hakom’s website. Please refer to the links above.
The last 15 of February, the Agency for Post and Electronic Communications in Slovenia (APEK) published a public consultation on the General Act on the radio frequency utilisation plan (NURF-2).
All interested people can submit their comments until next 15 of May 2012.
Draft can be consulted on the following link.
On February 1, 2012, the Information and Communications Technology Authority (ICTA) updated the Cayman Islands Table of Frequency Allocations and Assignments.
The table is divided into three documents:
1. Introduction, Regions and Areas and Terms and Definitions,
2. The Table itself (what has been update), and
3. It contains the International Footnotes and Cayman Islands Footnotes.
The table can be consulted at the following ICTA’s website.
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