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

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Spectrum Authority

The Ministry of Communication, Transport, Post and Construction
Postal Address:
Lane-Xang Avenue
VIENTIANE 0100
Lao P.D.R.
Lao People's Democratic Republic
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

The ministry is responsible for the managing and monitoring the radio spectrum. The duties
of the ministry in terms of spectrum are as follows:
• Co-ordination with the relevant sectors in subscribing [for], administering and allocating
national frequency waves,
• Co-ordination with the relevant sectors in studying and proposing regulation on fees,
intellectual property fees and other service charges.
For more detail please visit:
http://www.na.gov.la/eng/laws/tele_comm_law.pdf

Legislation

The agency uses telecommunication law for the management of radio spectrum. The law on spectrum has not yet been developed.

Radio Frequency Register

The ministry of communication, Transport, Post and Construction in accordance with
ministry of finance and other relevant sectors are preparing regulation on the
telecommunication charges and fees and intellectual property fees. The committee is
submitting this regulation for the government approval and consideration.
For more information please visit:
http://www.na.gov.la/eng/laws/tele_comm_law.pdf

Relevant Documentation  Online Documentation

• N/A

Reports

•N/A

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

General information

Spectrum Authority

Ministry of PTT
Postal Address:
Mtaileb- Main Street, Meten
Lebanon
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

Introduction
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Legislation
For information on legislation please visit:http://www.tra.gov.lb/Documents/TelecommunicationsLaw.pdf
• http://www.mpt.gov.lb/decision.htm
Radio Frequency Register
N/A

Relevant Documentation  Online Documentation

http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/study_groups/SGP_2002-2006/JGRES09/LEBANON.PDF

Reports

•N/A

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

General information

Spectrum Authority

Postal Address:
Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission
63000 Cyberjaya
Selangor, Malaysia
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

Introduction

The commission carries out the following activities in the field of spectrum management Planning, coordinating, regulating and administering the use of the spectrum within the country Establishing regulations, technical parameters and standards governing the use of each frequency band or specific frequency by stations of different services, having regards to current international regulations and agreement Optimizing the use of spectrum, space and geo-stationary satellite orbit, ensuring the harmonious operation of different services, which use them Allocating frequency bands in accordance with international regulations and the national priorities and assigning specific frequencies as appropriate Authorising the installation and operation of radio stations, assigning call signs, MMSI numbers for ships and life boats, and granting appropriate frequency assignment.

 Updating all information on authorised wireless systems such as frequencies, the locations,
transmitting powers, call signs, etc, and their notification to the Radiocommunication
Bureau (ITU) if necessary Representing, establishing relations, coordinating and issuing technical opinions concerning the use of frequencies in international forum such as the World
Radiocommunication Conference (WRC), which is held every two years.
Measuring the technical parameters or emissions of wireless stations as appropriate;Conducting systematic inspections of Radiocommunication stations to check that theymust meet the technical standards and parameters for which their equipment andoperations were authorized Participating, insofar as the use of frequencies is concerned, in the development plans and projects of all wireless services, ensuring that those plans are in acceptance with current international and national regulations  Preparing for participating in international conference convened by the ITU, participating in such conferences and implementing any decisions adopted Conducting negotiations in connection with frequency spectrum management, space and165 satellite orbit location, and other related problems with other countries and international organizations.
Facilitating national industry technical forums to carry out works relating to the Study
Groups and Working Groups of ITU-R (Radiocommunications), preparing for the participation of specialist at meetings of the ITU-R and participating therein.
 Constituting the national body for relations with international and regional organisationsother than the ITU on technical, regulatory and administrative matters, technical cooperation and other subjects related to utilisation of frequency spectrum, space and the
geo-stationary satellite orbit.

Legislation

It uses The Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 for licensing and registering the
radiocommunication.
For more information on legislation please visit:
http://www.mcmc.gov.my/the_law/legislation.asp

Radio Frequency Register

All the frequencies, licenses and certificate should be registered. It is registered under the
commission and multimedia act 1998. For more information please visit:
http://www.mcmc.gov.my/registers/registers.asp
For the information on allocation of spectrum please visit:
http://www.mcmc.gov.my/what_we_do/spectrum/Allocation.asp

Relevant Documentation  Online Documentation

• www.mcmc.gov.my/what_we_do/spectrum/pdf/SpectrumPlan_15Nov2006v3.pdf

Reports

• http://www.cmc.gov.my/what_we_do/spectrum/index.asp 

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

General information

Spectrum Authority

Postal Address:
Telecommunications Authority of Maldives
Telecom Building,
Male', Republic of Maldives
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

Maldives’s telecommunication authority Update and maintain the National Frequency Register
according to the International Telecommunication Union's Radio Regulation and national
regulations.

Legislation

Maldives uses the telecommunication act and rights given by ministry of Communication
science and technology to issue the licenses.
For more information on legislation please visit:
http://www.tam.gov.mv/Maldives%20Telecommunications%20Regulation%202003%20-
%20Final%20(with%20Decree).pdf

Radio Frequency Register

Telecommunication authority approves and assign radio frequency for individual users. It issue
radio transmitting station licenses, amateur license and radio operator's licenses. It also Issue
frequency registries, and maintain the radio license registry.
For more information please visit
• http://www.mcst.gov.mv/Telecom/standards.htm
• http://www.tam.gov.mv/articles.php?artID=43

Relevant Documentation  Online Documentation

• http://www.mcst.gov.mv/Downloads/Documents/Telecom%20Policy-Public.pdf
• http://www.mcst.gov.mv/Downloads/Documents/S&T/Part2-
04Telecommunication.pdf
• http://www.mcst.gov.mv/Downloads/Documents/Telecom%20Policy-Public.pdf

Reports

• http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/cs/maldives/material/CS_MDV_part1.pdf
• http://www.primary0.mv/archives/2004_12_01_archive.html 

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

General information

Spectrum Authority

Mongolia's Communications Regulatory Commission
postal Address:
Amarsanaa – 26 Street
Ulaanbaatar 210524 Mongolia
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

http://www.crc.gov.mn/english/medee.aspx?num=2 (Mongolian only)

Legislation

http://www.crc.gov.mn/english/law.aspx?id=3 (Mongolian only )

Radio Frequency Register

All radio frequencies should be licensed and should be paid. Even wireless set up in home
should be authorized and paid. Users must obtain a license to use 2.4GHz range of frequency and must pay heavy license fee for it.

Relevant Documentation  Online Documentation

• http://wireless.oldcolo.com/course/mongol.htm

Reports

• http://www.adb.org/Documents/PPARs/MON/ppar_mon_26069.pdf

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