In keeping with its values of flexibility and commitment, The TRA wishes to consult on changes it proposes under the articles of the following Regulations:
|Earth Stations Regulations v2.0 issued by the TRA in August 2009
|Short Range Devices regulations v1.0 issued by the TRA in August 2009, proposed changes to this document also include the incorporation of Regulation “Cordless Telephony” Version 1.0 dated 23 July 2008 and “Use of 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz bands for WLAN and RLAN” Version 1.0 dated 5 August 2009 to the Regulation of “Short Range Devices”.
|Fixed Service Regulations v1.0 issued by the TRA in December 2009
|Private Mobile Radio (PMR) Service Regulations issued by the TRA in December 2009
This consultation is initiated in order to keep abreast of developments to better involve its partners and stakeholders to keep abreast of developments to better involve all stakeholders.
An examination of the spectrum regulations for frequency spectrum authorizations as described in the above listed regulations was made in order to compare these against those in a series of benchmark countries. The benchmark countries used consisted of a combination of countries where relevant spectrum regulations are publicly available and whose spectrum regimes are well developed. In view of the finding from the benchmark, the TRA is proposing changes to articles of these regulations. The purpose of this document is to invite comments from any organizations that would be impacted by the spectrum fees proposals in this document, which the TRA will then consider prior to making a final decision.
All concerned should respond to this consultation in writing to the TRA on or before the response date, which is 20th October 2015 in order to avoid overlapping with the upcoming World radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15). The comments, which are contained in any response to this consultation, should be clearly identified with respect to the specific question in this consultation to which such comments refer. Any comments, which are of a general nature and not in response to a particular question, should be clearly identified as such. The TRA reserves the right to only consider submissions and comments that are relevant to the subject matter of this consultation.