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

General information

Spectrum Authority

Ministry of Communications, Posts and Telegraphs
Radio division
Postal Address:
Office building No. 2
Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

Radio division of ministry of communication, post and telegraphs manages spectrum and
licensing. Its main responsibilities are:
• to cooperate with international organization such as ITU and APT
• to issue wireless station licenses and collecting fees
• to issue international radio operator certificates
• to prescribe radio frequency and supervising its usage
• to amend and drafting rules and regulations if necessary.
For more information please visit:
http://www.mcpt.gov.mm/ptd/index.htm

Legislation

It uses Wireless Telegraphy Act, Burma (India Act 17/33) to manage its spectrum. Uses of telegraphy apparatus without the license are punishable. For more information please visit: http://www.volweb.cz/horvitz/os-info/myanmar.html

Radio Frequency Register

All radio frequencies should be licensed. The communication devices such as mobile should be licensed individually. All types of wireless station’s licenses are charged.
For more information please visit: http://www.mcpt.gov.mm/ptd/ptd-radio.htm

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

General information

Spectrum Authority

Ministry of Information & Communications (MOIC)
Postal Address:
Singh Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal Kathmandul
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

Introduction

Ministry of Information and communication is the necessary policy makers of spectrum
management. Nepal Telecom Authority gives advice to the Ministry. Monitoring is done by
both MOIC and NTA; however NTA is fully responsible for issuing license.
Legislation
It uses Telecom Act(1997AD) and NTA Regulation(2002) for spectrum management and it
uses Radio Act(1957) for providing licensing, owning and providing ownership to use radio
equipments.
Fore more information please visit: http://www.nta.gov.np/legislation.html
Radio Frequency Register
National Frequency Registration table is under construction.
For information on annual licensing fees and licensing procedural please visit:
http://www.nta.gov.np/license_fee.html

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

General information

Spectrum Authority

Ministry of Transport and Communication
Postal Address:
P.O. Box 338
RUWI Postal Code 112 ; Oman
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

Ministry of transport and communication manages the spectrum.
Legislation
For information on legislation please visit: http://www.tra.gov.om/test1/english.htm
Radio Frequency Register
For more information on registration please visit:
http://www.ituarabic.org/Activities/Spectrum/Report%20of%20the%20-
Regional%20Seminar%20(2).doc

Relevant Documentation  Online Documentation

• http://www.tra.gov.om/test1/pdf/logo-eng.pdf

Reports

 • http://www.escwa.org.lb/wsis/reports/docs/Oman-E.pdf

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

General information

Spectrum Authority

National Telecommunications Commission

Postal Address:
National Telecommunications Commission.
NTC Bldg., BIR Road, East Triangle, Diliman, Quezon City 1104
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

NTC is an independent body that regulates and supervises all the telecommunication services trough out the country. Its mission is to provide an environment that ensures reliable, affordable and viable infrastructure and services in information and communications technology (ICT) accessible to all.
For more information please visit:
http://www.ntc.gov.ph/about-frame.html
Legislation
It uses the act RA 7925 (Public Telecommunications Policy Act), EO545 series of 1979 to give permission of radio stations and to give license for mobile service.
It uses Radio Control Law,Act.No.3846,as amended, and Executive Order No.546,dated 23 July 1979 to monitor radio service equipments.
For more information please visit: http://www.ntc.gov.ph/laws-frame.html
For information on frequency allocation please visit:
http://www.ntc.gov.ph/licensing-frame.html
Radio Frequency Register
For information on frequency registration please visit:
http://www.ntc.gov.ph/licensing-frame.html

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

General information

Spectrum Authority

Postal Address:
P.O. Box 23264 Doha-Qatar
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Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

ICTQatar policy maker and regulatory body of Qatar.

Legislation

For information on legislation please visit:
http://www.ict.gov.qa/en/PolicyRegulation.aspx
http://www.ict.gov.qa/En/News/elaw.pdf

Radio Frequency Register

For information on registration please visit:
http://www.ict.gov.qa/en/PolicyRegulation.aspx

Relevant Documentation  Online Documentation

http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/study_groups/SGP_2002-2006/JGRES09/QATAR.doc

Reports

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