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

General information

Spectrum Authority

The Communication and Information Technology Commission (CITC)

Contact Details
Location:
Communications and Information Technology Commission
Riyadh
Saudi Arabia
Postal Address:
Communications and Information Technology Commission
P.O. Box 75606
Riyadh 11588 K.S.A
International Telephone : 966 1 4618000
Fax: 966 1 4618002
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website: http://www.citc.gov.sa/citcportal/Homepage/tabid/106/cmspid/{611C6EDD-
85C5-4800-A0DA-A997A624D0D0}/Default.aspx

Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

CITC is responsible for planning, allocating and distributing radio frequency. It is also
responsible for monitoring a radio spectrum and inspecting radio equipment.

Legislation

For information on legislation please visit:
http://www.citc.gov.sa/citcportal/Homepage/tabid/106/cmspid/{397EBCD7-3E4B-49DCA829-
B8CF4C4A73E9}/Default.aspx (Arabic only)

Radio Frequency Register

All the assigned radio frequencies are registered in National Frequency Register and radio
equipments are inspected periodically. For more information please visit:
http://www.citc.gov.sa/citcportal/SimpleText/tabid/103/cmspid/{D073EAE2-4920-4810-
852F-C16F0150937A}/Default.aspx

Relevant Documentation  Online Documentation

• http://www.citc.gov.sa/CITC/EN/NewsAndUpdates/PubNotices/?sm=2
http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/study_groups/SGP_2002-2006/JGRES09/SAUDIARABIA.doc

Reports

• http://www.citc.gov.sa/NR/rdonlyres/4DD56B2A-FC25-43F1-A234-28A863210C5E/0/
• http://www.citc.gov.sa/NR/rdonlyres/4DD56B2A-FC25-43F1-A234-28A863210C5E/0/

 

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

General information

Spectrum Authority

Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore
Singapore
Postal Address:
Spectrum & Number Management
8 Temasek Boulevard
Singapore 038988
International Telephone :register to unlock
Fax:register to unlock
E-mail :register to unlock
Website:register to unlock

Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

IDA is responsible for the management and allocation of radio frequency spectrum. The Spectrum Management Department of IDA undertakes the essential activities needed toensure efficient and effective allocation and use of the spectrum for radio services. These activities include:
• planning and coordinating frequency usage at international, regional and subregional
levels;
• assigning and managing the spectrum nationally
• monitoring and resolving radio frequency interference

Legislation

The radio frequency spectrum is divided into frequency bands allocated to various
radiocommunication services such as aeronautical, land mobile, meteorological and satellite communication services.
For more information please visit:
http://www.citc.gov.sa/citcportal/Homepage/tabid/106/cmspid/{397EBCD7-3E4B-49DCA829-
B8CF4C4A73E9}/Default.aspx

Radio Frequency Register

All the radio frequencies have to be registered and licensed. Radio frequencies are distributed
through auction.
For information on radio spectrum plan please visit:
http://www.ida.gov.sg/idaweb/doc/download/I474/Radio_Spectrum_Master_Plan.pdf
For information on available bandwidth for auction please visit:
http://www.ida.gov.sg/idaweb/pnr/infopage.jsp?infopagecategory=spectrum:pnr&versionid=
2&infopageid=I3660

Relevant Documentation  Online Documentation

http://www.ida.gov.sg/idaweb/pnr/infopage.jsp?infopagecategory=spectrum:pn
r&versionid=2&infopageid=I3660

Reports

http://www.ida.gov.sg/idaweb/marketing/publication.jsp?infopageid=I222

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

General information

Spectrum Authority

Telecommunications Regulatory Commission
Colombo ; Sri Lanka
Postal Address:
276 Elvitigala Mawatha, Colombo 8.
Sri Lanka.
International Telephone: register to unlock
Fax: register to unlock
E-mail: register to unlock
Website: register to unlock

Spectrum Policy and Planning

Introduction
The regulatory is responsible for issuing the radiocommunication license, collecting the fees
and making the band plan. For more information please visit:
http://www.trc.gov.lk/spectrum.htm
Legislation
For the legislation of different wired and wireless communication please visit:
http://www.trc.gov.lk/Legislation.htm
Radio Frequency Register
Sri Lanka maintains a Master frequency register. For the information on master frequency
registration please visit: http://www.trc.gov.lk/spectrum.htm

Relevant Documentation Online Documentation

• www.trc.gov.lk/publication.htm
http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/study_groups/SGP_2002-2006/JGRES09/SRILANKA.doc

Reports• www.trc.gov.lk/docs/cpr_1800.pdf

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

 

Syrian Telecommunications Establishment (STE)
Location:
Aotustrad Mazzeh, Damascus
Postal Address:
Faiyz Mansour St.
STE HQ
PO Box 35108
International Telephone :register to unlock
Fax:register to unlock
E-mail: register to unlock
Website:register to unlock

Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

N/A

Legislation

Law No. 451 dated 1957 governs the national spectrum management processes in Syrian Arab Republic.

Radio Frequency Register

N/A

Relevant Documentation  Online Documentation

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

Reports

N/A

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

General information

Spectrum Authority

The National Telecommunications Commission (NTC)
Postal Address:
87 Thanon Pahonyothin Road
Bangkok 10400 THAILAND
International Telephone: register to unlock
Fax        :register to unlock
E-mail  :register to unlock
Website:register to unlock

Spectrum Policy and Planning

 Introduction

NTC is responsible for regulation and administration of licensing spectrum management,promotion of free competition, and development of tariff, interconnect charge and technical standards, national numbering planning, demand forecast, human resource development,promotion of telecommunication industry, national security, education and universal service obligation.
For more information please visit:
http://www.iasted.org/conferences/2005/thailand/ncs-keynote1.htm

Legislation

It uses the Radio Communication Act B.E.2498 (1995) for its Spectrum Management.

National constitution 1997, article 87 is used by NTC to promote fair competition, to protect
consumer and to safeguard against monopoly.
more information please visit:
http://www.iasted.org/conferences/2005/thailand/ncs-keynote1.htm

Radio Frequency Register

Some spectrums are reserved for unlicensed uses, whereas others should be licensed and leased
through administrative method or by market method such as auction.
For more information please visit:
http://www.c-t-u.org/Section%201%20-
Spectrum%20Overview.pdf#search=%22Thailand%20(National%20-
Telecommunications%20Commission%2Fspectrum%20management)%22

Relevant Documentation  Online Documentation

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

Reports

• http://www.ptd.go.th/Ntc.html

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