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Israel type approval for telecom, wireless and IT equipment | ICT Compliance Worldwide

General information

Spectrum Authority

 

Spectrum Policy and Planning

Introduction

 

Legislation

 

Radio Frequency Register

 

Relevant Documentation

Online Documentation

 

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Kazakhstan type approval for telecom, wireless and IT equipment | ICT Compliance Worldwide

General information

Spectrum Authority
Minister of Transport and Communications
Contact Details
Location:
Astana, Kazakhstan
Postal Address:
Kabanbai Batyr Ave. 47,
Astana, Kazakhstan
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

The main function of Ministry of transport and communication is to establish a national policy for the distribution and management of nation’s spectrum. The ministry is planning to provide radio frequency spectrum for civilian use.
For more information please visit:
http://www.volweb.cz/horvitz/os-info/kazakhstan.html

Legislation

The RK Agency for Information and Communications is the licensing body in Kazakhstan.
The ministry uses the RK [Republic of Kazakhstan] Licensing Law and the Government Order #998 as of September 2004 for the distribution of spectrum.
For more information please visit:
http://www.volweb.cz/horvitz/os-info/kazakhstan.html

Radio Frequency Register

In order to get the radio frequency license, especial permission must be granted by CCI. In addition user must first receive telecommunication license before applying for radio
frequency license.
Auction is used for the distribution of spectrum and the license is granted for the period of
six months and should be renewed after that.
For more information please visit:
http://www.volweb.cz/horvitz/os-info/kazakhstan.html

Relevant Documentation

 Online Documentation

• http://mkaccdb.eu.int/study/studies/21.doc

Reports

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Korea type approval for telecom, wireless and IT equipment | ICT Compliance Worldwide

General information

Spectrum Authority
Ministry of Information and Communication
Seoul Korea
Postal Address:
Telecommunication Center Building.
1114F, 100 Sejongno, Jongno-gu,
Seoul 100-777, Korea
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

Introduction

The Frequency policy unit is responsible for managing, distributing and monitoring the spectrum.
Legislation
For information on legislation please visit:
http://rapa.or.kr/data/frequency.asp
Radio Frequency Register
For information on frequency table allocation please visit:
http://help.mic.go.kr/mic_content/Korea_Frequency_table(2005).pdf

Relevant Documentation

 Online Documentation

• http://www.mic.go.kr/index.jsp
• http://www.wtc2006.hu/present/1568973934_X_YOON.pdf

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Kyrgyz type approval for telecom, wireless and IT equipment | ICT Compliance Worldwide

General information

Spectrum Authority
The State Agency for Communication.
postal Address:
42, Isanov Str., 720017
Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

The spectrum is managed by two agency is Kyrgyzstan. They are the state commission on
radio frequencies and the state agency of communication. The state agency for
communication issues the spectrum license after getting permission from the state
commission on radio frequency.
For more information please visit:
http://www.irex.org/msi/2004/MSI-2004-Kyrgyzstan.pdf
The responsibilities of three agencies are as follows:
The Ministry of Transport and Communications
• development of state policy in electronic and traditional mail;
• preparation of normative acts relating to electronic mail and to post offices inside
the country and at an international level;
• Conduct of negotiations on communications with foreign states.
The State Commission on Radio Frequencies
• development of regulations regarding the use of radio frequencies;
• creation of the National Table on frequencies and long-term development of radio
communications in the Kyrgyz Republic.
The National Communication Agency
• monitoring and support of competition between operators
• provision of equal access to electric communications networks
• monitoring of conditions for the general public to use electriconic communications
networks;
• creation, development and use of the state system of radio control;
• preparation, control and monitoring of the national telephone numbers system;
• monitoring of the quality of communication services;
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• provision of radio frequencies to users.
For more information please visit:
http://www.unece.org/operact/enterp/documents/coverpagkyrgyz.pdf

Legislation

There is no separate law for regulating spectrum management. It uses 1995 Licensing Law
and the Governmental Regulation on the Procedure for Licensing Business Activities in the
Sphere of Postal Services and Telecommunications, and Use of Frequency Range in the
Republic of Kazakhstan of 1996, as amended.
For more information please visit:
http://www.mcguirewoods.com/newsresources/
publications/international/Regulation_Telecommunication_Kazakhstan.pdf
The spectrum license is valid for minimum of two years and should be renewed every six
months.
For more information please visit:
http://www.irex.org/msi/2004/MSI-2004-Kyrgyzstan.pdf

Radio Frequency Register

Both public and private use of radio spectrum should be licensed. WiFi devices requires
certain kind of permission along with license.

Relevant Documentation

 Online Documentation

• http://www.mcguirewoods.com/newsresources/
publications/international/Regulation_Telecommunication_Kazakhstan.p
df

Reports

• N/A

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Pakistan type approval for telecom, wireless and IT equipment | ICT Compliance Worldwide

General information

Spectrum Authority

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority
Location:
Zonal Offices, to select a region please follow this link:
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

Frequancy Allocation Board (FAB) takes over the following functions erstwhile performed by Pakistan Wireless Board (PWB):
• To assign frequencies in Pakistan and in areas controlled by authorities in Pakistan.
• To coordinate assignment of frequencies with other boards when the frequencies are required for channels working to places outside Pakistan or where interference tochannels operated by other authorities is likely to occur.
• To take such action as is consider necessary to ensure the correct observation of the provisions of the international radio communication regulations with particular reference to tolerances, bandwidth of emissions.
• To advise government on any proposal to establish new wireless services and their operation
• To maintain liaison with other boards and committees for the purpose of maintaining as complete record as possible of frequency assignments throughout the world.
• To coordinate the defense department and civil wireless system and advise on all matters of common interest with particular regard to the networks as they may affect one another.
• To prepare and keep constantly under review plans for the utilization of the defense department and civil wireless system in the disposal of urgent traffic during an emergency or breakdown of any line of telecommunication system.
• To control the sitting of all new fixed wireless stations in Pakistan.
• To scrutinize all applications for wireless transmitting licenses and advise the director general of posts and telegraphs thereon.

Legislation

For information on breakdown of Pakistan’s relevant legislation please visit:
http://www.pta.gov.pk/index.php?cur_t=vnormal.

Radio Frequency Register

Pakistan Table of Frequency Allocations is the broadest level technical document showing
the allocation policy of bands to various types of services. This Table is intended to:
• provide a basis for management of the radiofrequency spectrum in Pakistan;
• inform radio-communication users about the various types of services that can be
operated in each frequency band;
• reflect Pakistan's obligations as a member of the ITU and provide details of
international frequency allocations agreed by the ITU for the three world Regions.
For information on frequency allocation please visit:
http://www.pta.gov.pk/media/Pakistan_Table_of_Frequency_Allocations.pdf

Relevant Documentation  Online Documentation

www.pta.gov.pk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=281&Itemid=219

Reports

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