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Slide 1 A cross Border Frequency Coordination Agreement ITU Workshop on cross border Radio Frequency Management in Arab States 26th January 2017 Dubai, United Arab Emirates International Telecommunication Union Aamir Riaz International Telecommunication Union Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific aamir.riaz@itu.int  Where does Coordination stand in National Licensing workflow  What principle to apply for Coordination  What to consider in a regional/multi-lateral cross border co-ordination agreement What to expect in these slides Example - National Spectrum Licensing workflow Registra- tion License Request Adminis- trative study EMC Analysis Coordina- tion Notifica- tion in ITU DB License & invoice generation Frequency assignment License & invoice sending Rejection of request, reasonably Sp ec tr um U se r Folder Creation Processing, administrative and technical analysis Coordination study & submission to ITU Official request Fee calculation and licensing, collection of some fees Frequency is not available  Request for Licensing received by office  Ensure all the technical parameters are there in application (establish a minimum required info. criteria)  Detailed backend technical evaluation Need for Coordination Established Example - National Spectrum Licensing workflow General overview of coordination Co-ordination request and all technical characteristics of radio network/equipment sent to all administrations affected to enable accurate assessment of interference Administrations affected assess possibility of interference to own stations; No possibility of interference: obliged to agree to request If assessments produce different results, administrations can agree to operation on a trial basis; field strength calculations replaced with agreed field strength measurements A cross border Agreement - Components  Definitions  Terms used in the agreement : Preferably same as in the RR  Full Details of Administration involved in the Agreement Full Name etc.  Details of Frequencies with repect to each radio services covered by the agreement  Categories of frequencies for coordination o Preferential frequencies o Shared frequencies o Frequencies for planned radio communication networks o Frequencies used on the basis of geographical network plans o Frequencies used on the basis of arrangements between operators o Others A cross border Agreement - Components  Definitions  Frequency Register The Frequency Register cosnists of lists set out by every Administration indicating its co- ordinated frequencies as per the categorization of frequencies  Other articles defining: o Administration affected o Harmful interference o HCM Programs o Data Exchange Annexures could be used for Details A coordination agreement on regional level should be flexible enough to allow the countries involved in bilateral coordination to change the mentioned coordination arrangements e.g. time limits with mutual consent A cross border Agreement - Components  General  Set out responsibility of each Administration invovled in following clauses of the Agreements andits procedure  May also clearly define that this agreement/framework in no way affects the rights and obligations of the Administrations arising from other international, regional, multilateral, bilateral and intergovernmental agreements A cross border Agreement - Components  Technical Provisions  Articles related to the technical co-ordination of a radio station and the evaluation with reference to relevant applicable Annexes for detials  Procedures  Detailed Administrative and technical with clearly defined time limits for each procedure of RF coordination.  Preferred way is to provide the procedural details in accordance to each category of frequencies A cross border Agreement - Components  Others Provisions:  Report of harmful interference  Revision of this Agreement  Accession to this Agreement  Withdrawal from this Agreement  Status of co-ordinations prior to this Agreement  Languages of the Agreement  Entry into force of Agreement A cross border Agreement - Components  Annexes  Can be categorized with respect to the RF services involved in the agreement  Contain all technical details  Example of Annexures: o Maximum permissible interference field strengths and maximum cross-border ranges of harmful interference for frequencies requiring co-ordination o Data exchange (methods and details of the contents of the lists) o Measurement procedures o Propagation curves to be used for coordination w.r.t each service o Determination of the interference field strength o Coding instructions for antenna diagrams o Method for combining the horizontal and vertical antenna o Triggers for co-ordination in the Fixed Service A cross border Agreement - Components 1. (...) ITU COE training on Spectrum Engineering and Cross border Coordination Xian, China, May 2017 ITU-Forum Global regional workshop on Spectrum Management Bangkok-Thailand, Q2/3 2017 ITU COE online training on Spectrum Management (Legal and wirelessinnovation Issues) 13 - 24 February 2017
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Score: 843296.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...20Coordination%20Agreement.pdf
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Transparency in license administration 7. Clear articulation of penalties and methods of enforcement Overview of Licensing IssuesOverview of Licensing Issues 27October 30, 2009 HIPCAR Project Country/ Region 1. Transparent licensing criteria 2. Licensing framework 3. Licensing of scarce resources 4. (...) Vincent & the Grenadines GOOD GOOD FAIR FAIR Suriname FAIR FAIR FAIR GOOD Trinidad & Tobago GOOD GOOD GOOD FAIR Licensing: AssessmentLicensing: Assessment 28October 30, 2009 HIPCAR Project Country/ Region 4.
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Score: 843286.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/proj...Annual_Conference_20091105.pdf
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Slide 1 1 Telecommunications Spectrum Policy and Planning Regional Workshop on Efficiency of the Frequency Spectrum Use in the Arab Region 5 – 7 December 2011 Mohamed Mahmood Technical & Operations Director Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) mtayeb@tra.org.bh 2 Agenda Telecommunications Spectrum Policy and Planning issued in June 2006 National Spectrum Planning and Allocation Policy issued in October 2008 Next steps 1 2 3 3 We developed the full spectrum policy over 9 months Existing allocation and procedures Future demand based on new users and technologies Key issues, constraints and spectrum conflicts Best practices in other markets Policy framework Designing guidelines for spectrum policy Public Consultation Drafting frequency policy Review of the responses Drafting and publication of national spectrum policy plan included number of licences by band, licensing award mechanism, new spectrum pricing etc Consultation document drafting and publication High success and response rate from a variety of stakeholders from Bahrain and overseas: government, equipment manufacturers, telcos, ISPs etc Execution of policy New licences granted: Two licenses in the band 3.4 – 3.6 GHz Mobile licence to STC (VIVA) Process for introducing new technologies : One licence in the GSM 1800 Guard band New licensing regimes (light licensing) – 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Aug ’05 start Nov ’05 consultation June ’06 publication Ongoing 1 2 3 4 1 4 Execution of the 2006 policy Execution of policy 900, 1800, 2100 MHz 1785 – 1805 MHz 2.4 & 5 GHz 3.4 – 3.6 GHz 2 1 1 Spectrum bands 1 Zain Bahrain, BD 5.5 Million Mena Telecom, BD 5.5 Million (Auction in Dec 2006) VIVA Bahrain, BD 84 Million (Auction in March 2009) Bahrain Broadband BD 50,000 (Auction in July 2009) light licensing regime – free, available to all 5 National Spectrum Planning and Allocation Policy issued in October 2008 2 6 National Spectrum and Allocation Policy Planning and Allocation Spectrum Engineering Frequency Assignment Radio communications Licensing Spectrum Charges and Fees Monitoring, Enforcement and Control International Cooperation 2 Planning and Allocation Creation of Spectrum Strategy and Coordination Committee (SSCC) International Cooperation Creation of International Panning Group under the SSCC (i.e. WRC) An updated National Frequency Plan for the Kingdom of Bahrain in May 2009 Initial positions of the Kingdom of Bahrain on WRC-12 agenda items 2 Objectives of the SSCC Responsible for providing views and advices on topics related to national, regional and international radio spectrum Has members from the TRA, security agencies, Civil Aviation Affairs, Sea Ports and Information Affairs Authority. 2 Work on LTE Creation of LTE Working Group under the SSCC, chaired by TRA Bahrain Review LTE requirements Review possible alternatives as well as the optimum means and time scale for migration Determine the spectrum availability Review existing systems operating in the ‘preferred’ international LTE bands Consider the development of LTE-Advanced systems Next Steps: TRA issued a major spectrum management consultation document in December 2009 Current and future requirements Spectrum management Spectrum rights and licensing Migration Financial compensations Examples: Digital dividend 790 – 862 MHz 2.3 GHz 2.6 GHz Public Consultation 14 responses received Next steps Review the responses Issue a report on the Reponses Draft “SPECTRUM RELEASE PLAN” will be prepared and then discussed at the SSCC level. Mobile operators in Bahrain Two international Satellite Operators International Trade Association National Association Manufacturing industry Expected outcomes MIGRATION and COMPENSATION regimes SPECTRUM RELEASE PLAN Frequency bands Timeframe Licensing mechanism Dec ’09 Feb ’ 2010 2 3 4 1 3 10 TRA Office Tel. 17 52 0000 Consumer Line 80088888 www.tra.org.bh mtayeb@tra.org.bh 11 12
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Score: 842721.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/arb/...Day%202/Doc20-TRA-Bahrain.pptx
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Nigeria Makes Mild Stride in eGovernment Development Rnking > EGOVKB | United Nations United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government Home Contact Us        About Overview E-Government Development Index E-Participation Index Methodology e-government Data Country Data Regional Data Compare Countries City Data Reports UN E-Government Survey 2020 UN E-Government Survey 2018 UN E-Government Survey 2016 UN E-Government Survey 2014 UN E-Government Survey 2012 UN E-Government Survey 2010 UN E-Government Survey 2008 UN E-Government Survey 2005 UN E-Government Survey 2004 UN E-Government Survey 2003 Benchmarking E-Government 2001 Events Resources Assessment Tools Country URLs Publications E-Government Survey in Media Glossary FAQ Contact UN E-Government Survey in Media Find media related to the UN E-Government Survey. (...) Some of the processes automated are Drug authentication, Farmer’s Registration, Registration and Accreditation of Seed companies, Seed Import and Export Permit, Trademark registration, Patent registration, Acquisition of License for Class type license and Acquisition of individual type license, Spectrum License etc.
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Score: 842713.7 - https://publicadministration.u...-Survey-in-Media/ID/1751/Files
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Nigeria Makes Mild Stride in eGovernment Development Rnking > EGOVKB | United Nations United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government Home Contact Us        About Overview E-Government Development Index E-Participation Index Methodology e-government Data Country Data Regional Data Compare Countries City Data Reports UN E-Government Survey 2020 UN E-Government Survey 2018 UN E-Government Survey 2016 UN E-Government Survey 2014 UN E-Government Survey 2012 UN E-Government Survey 2010 UN E-Government Survey 2008 UN E-Government Survey 2005 UN E-Government Survey 2004 UN E-Government Survey 2003 Benchmarking E-Government 2001 Events Resources Assessment Tools Country URLs Publications E-Government Survey in Media Glossary FAQ Contact UN E-Government Survey in Media Find media related to the UN E-Government Survey. (...) Some of the processes automated are Drug authentication, Farmer’s Registration, Registration and Accreditation of Seed companies, Seed Import and Export Permit, Trademark registration, Patent registration, Acquisition of License for Class type license and Acquisition of individual type license, Spectrum License etc.
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Score: 842713.7 - https://publicadministration.u...eGovernment-Development-Rnking
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Microsoft PowerPoint - ITU BWA Seminar Presentation - Australia.ppt 1 ITU Regional Seminar on BWA for Rural and Remote Areas for the Asia-Pacific Region 1-2 September, Shenzhen Broadband Wireless - Status and Initiatives in Rural and Remote Australia Nevio Marinelli (Australian Communications & Media Authority) What will be discussed 1. (...) Possible new initiatives 2 Broadcasting Radiocommunications|Telecommunications 1 July 2005 Australia in Radio-Spectrum Terms • Geographically large, but isolated country • 20 million people, but most in urban centres on the coast • High per capita GDP, early adopter of new technologies • Small manufacturing base, but strong service/value-added industry sector • Communications has a key role in connecting the country • Efficient, innovative communications essential to many sectors of the economy 3 Broadband Status (31 March 2005) • OECD ranking - 21 • Total Subscribers - 1 839 700 0.00% 1.00% 2.00% 3.00% 4.00% 5.00% 6.00% 7.00% 8.00% 9.00% 10.00% Cable DSL Other Total Broadband Penetration Spectrum Management Approaches • Public Park (Class Licensing) • Administrative (Apparatus Licensing) • Market Based (Spectrum Licensing) 4 Public Park • Class Licensing (freq/power limits) • Low power, low interference potential • No coordination • Bands – 2.4 GHz & 5.8 GHz • RLAN, WiFi Hotspots especially cities • BWA for remote communities Public Park Initiative • New 5.8 GHz licence category • Low cost backhaul (outside populated areas) • Higher powered applications • No coordination but site location registered • Licence fee - cost recovery only 5 Administrative Approach • Site specific apparatus licence • Coordination required for licence issue • Bands - 1.5 GHz, 3.4 GHz • Traditionally used for FWA →BWA • New bands – 1900-1920 MHz – 2010-2025 MHz • Only in regional and remote areas New bands Apparatus Licensing Initiatives • 1900-1920 MHz, 2010-2025 MHz o Frequency Band Plan gives priority to BWA o Point-to-multipoint primary o Fixed point-to-point secondary o Clearance of existing services only if reqd • 1785-1805 MHz (GSM 1800 mid band gap) o Technical challenge TDD v FDD sharing 6 Market Based • Spectrum Licences via price based allocation (eg auctions) • Spectrum Space (frequency/geographic boundaries + technical framework) • Technology neutral/flexible approach • Bands - 800 MHz, 1900-1920 MHz, 2.3 GHz, 3.4 GHz, 27GHz, 28/31GHz Spectrum Licensing Initiatives • 2010 – 2025 MHz band • Technical framework biased to BWA • Area definitions enable wide area/nomadic services to be deployed • Suitable for large operators New SL band 7 Licensing Method Comparison • CL – cheap, no coordination • guarantee of QoS/GoS difficult AL – good for small operators • detailed coordination rules • SL – good for big operators • complicated tech framework, • hard boundaries and no-go zones Boundary Issue - SL vs AL Areas SL boundary SL no-go zone AL no-go zone AL area 8 Possible New Initiative • Combined CL/AL/SL principles • Non exclusive access but closed user group • Area based fees and conditions of use • Technology neutral approach – but based on a broad technical framework • 3.6 GHz band possible option Possible New Initiative High Spectrum Demand Areas “Business Class” Higher Cost but enables access to all areas Strict deployment requirements Regional Areas “Economy Class” Lower Cost to encourage deployment Enables access to remote areas Remote Areas “Discount Economy Class” Licence Fees on cost recovery basis Little or no restriction on deployment 9 More Information See the ACMA website at www.acma.gov.au Thank You Questions?
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Score: 842311.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...5/Presentations/Shenzhen_6.pdf
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Licensing Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development About ITU-D Projects TDAG WTDC Study Groups Regional Presence Join ITU-D ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU Licensing Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > ITU-D > Projects > ITU-EC > ICB4PAC > Licensing Share Page Content 10 23-27 August 2010, Rarotonga, Cook Islands Workshop on Licensing and Numbering   Invitation Letter     Page Content 2 ​ 26-30 April 2010, Honiara, Solomon Islands ​ Policy and Regulation Forum for the Pacific Region      Invitation Letter   Presentations : Speaker: Trevor Jennes Pacific Island Countries ICT Regulatory Resource Centre Speaker: Mrs. Gisa Fuataï Purcell Capacity Building and ICT Policy Regulatory and Legislative Frameworks Support of Pacific Countries (ICB4PAC) Speaker: Ivan Fong Interconnection Pricing Speaker: ITU Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific ITU in the Pacific - Strengthening Cooperation Speaker: Suella Hansen and Noelle Jones Pacific Regional Digital Strategy II Speaker: Policy Development in the Regional Level Speaker: Mrs.
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Score: 841570.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/P...paratory%20work/Licensing.aspx
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How might we create a way for companies and individuals to receive and manage their licensing faster and easier? How might we create a way for companies and individuals to receive and manage their licensing faster and easier? (...) Commonly, licensing requires submitting of documentations to apply for the license and subsequently apply for renewals and make payments annually.   (...) The team that process these applications can’t handle requests remotely while working from home because it is very paper based and needs to be moved around. Companies from regions and remote areas need to travel to Addis Ababa multiple times to make information request and apply for licensing.
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Score: 840687.7 - https://www.undp.org/ethiopia/...ir-licensing-faster-and-easier
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Opening Address · Mr. Ioane Koroivuki , Regional Director ITU Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific · General Sukit Khamasundara, Chairman, NBTC 1. (...) Broadcasting Master Plan 1. Licensing Broadcasting Sector 1. Licensing for data services 1. (...) Streamlining licensing framework 1. Technology / service neutral licensing 1.
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Score: 840489.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...x%202_Agenda_ITP_20062019.docx
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This format included business name, owner name, address, business activity description, license fee (tax), phone number, license type, etc. (...) The CSO regional offices sent official request letters to each relevant state/ region DAOs to collect the licensed business information along with the excel template to harmonize the collection. (...) As of September 2019, the CSO hosted a workshop with Data Providers, Township and State and Region DAOs and CSO Regional staff in Yangon involving 47 people from 23 Township and State and Region DAOs.
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Score: 840389.6 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...0Myanmar_Paper%20for%20SBR.pdf
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