Frequency Assignment Committee
Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam

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ABOUT FACSMAB 

FACSMAB is Frequency Assignment Committee, Singapore, Malaysia And Brunei Darussalam. The objective of the committee is to manage coordination of radio spectrum at the border areas of Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia and Singapore since 1948.

FACSMAB was established since 1948 to deal with the day-to-day civil & service frequency assignments in South East Asia, within the sphere of the British Governor General. The constitutions and memberships of FACSMAB underwent several changes with the withdrawal of the British Forces in 1959, the formation of Malaysia in 1963 and Singapore’s independence in 1965.

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Brunei Darussalam

Apr

25

PCP for Amateur Radio Single Prefix Call Signs

AITI had conducted a PCP on Amateur Radio Single Prefix Call Signs. The aim is to seek views from Amateur Radio enthusiasts on the proposal for Amateu...

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Apr

15

900 MHz Spectrum Rights to DST

AITI has granted the Spectrum Rights for the band 910-915 MHz/ 955-960 MHz to DataStream Technology Sdn Bhd (DST). It is for the deployment of UMTS te...

Singapore

Apr

29

700 MHz Spectrum Rights (2016), 900 MHz Spectrum Rights (2016), 2.3 GHz Spectrum Rights (2016) and 2.5 GHz Spectrum Rights (2016) Auction (“2016 Spectrum Auction”)

IDA has published the Information Memorandum and Auction Rules for the 700 MHz Spectrum Rights (2016), 900 MHz Spectrum Rights (2016), 2.3 GHz Spectru...

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Mar

17

Framework for Assignment of Frequencies on Non-Interference and Non-Protection Basis

IDA will make available frequencies from the 1800 MHz centre gap (i.e., 1790 – 1800 MHz) for commercial use to provide telecommunication services, in ...

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Malaysia

May

12

Sharing Session on Outcome of World Radiocommunication Conference 2015 and Formation of the National Preparatory Working Group for World Radiocommunication Conference 2019 (“NPWG-19”)

The above session was held to share on the outcome of WRC-15 and to inform on the formation of the NPWG-19. This group will carry out preparatory work...

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Mar

28

11th ITU Symposium on ICT Environment and Climate Change

ITU had organized the 11th ITU Symposium on ICTs, the Environment and Climate Change, which was hosted by the Ministry of Communications and Multimedi...

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19TH REVIEW MEETING 26TH APR 2018

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