Azerbaijani communications ministry develops regulations allocating frequency channels upon international standards
Azerbaijan, Baku, August 5 /Trend, G.Veliyev/
Ministry of Communications and Information Technologies of Azerbaijan (MCIT) is developing regulations allocating frequency channels in accordance with international standards and recommendations, the ministry said.
According to the ministry, the document will take into account a variety of emitting radio-electronic means, their width and technical parameters. The document will be submitted to the Scientific-Technical Council (STC) of the Ministry after consideration of amendments by the department of radio and television frequencies of the Council.
Since the beginning of the year, the Ministry has issued 459 certificates of conformity and 87 special permits for the use of different types of equipment for civilian purposes. The Ministry has also reviewed eight applications in connection with obtaining and renewal of licenses to provide communications services. Of the applications received, a license has been issued to one enterprise to organize intra-republic communication channels, formerly granted licenses have been extended for the four companies to provide postal services.
10 three-digit prefixes have been allocated for the organization of intellectual services and Call-centers in the public telephone network. 70,000 prefixes were provided to operators of stationary communications, and 7,000,000 prefixes were allocated for use in mobile network.