Azerbaijan, Georgia agree on procedure of using frequency resources in border areas
Baku, Azerbaijan, June 25
By Huseyn Valiyev - Trend:
Azerbaijan and Georgia have started monitoring the used CDMA channels in the border areas, the State Administration for Radio Frequencies under the Azerbaijani Ministry of Communications and High Technologies told Trend on June 25.
The work will be conducted within one week with the participation of CDMA-operators of Azerbaijan and Georgia according to the protocol signed earlier between communication administrations of the two countries, the state administration said.
The signed agreement envisages the regulation of using radio-frequency spectrum and slight likelihood of interference with radio electronic devices in the border areas.
Today, Georgian and Azerbaijani sides use the same base stations and the same frequency resources, which create interference. The sides equally use 800 megahertz frequency spectrum to render wireless CDMA services.
According to the earlier reached agreement, Georgian and Azerbaijani sides distributed seven channels. Three channels are used by the Azerbaijani side and three channels - by Georgia and one channel is reserved.