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PCP for Amateur Radio Single Prefix Call Signs

25 April 2016

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 Amateur Radio Single Prefix Call signs which may be introduced by AITI. This is also to provide opportunity for Amateur Radio enthusiasts to provide their feedback and partake in the process of exploring the possibility of introducing Amateur Radio Single Prefix Call Sign.

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900 MHz Spectrum Rights to DST

15 April 2016

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 technology in 900 MHz band.

Brunei Darussalam Radio Spectrum Plan Book

20 May 2015

Launching of Brunei Darussalam Radio Spectrum Plan Book. To provides a clear picture on how the radio frequency is currently utilised in Brunei Darussalam and how AITI plans to develop it further in the future.

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1800 MHz Spectrum Rights

05 December 2013

AITI has granted the Spectrum Rights for the band 1765-1785 MHz/ 1860-1880 MHz to DataStream Technology Sdn Bhd (DST). It is for the deployment of LTE technology in 1800 MHz band.

AITI conducts CommunicAsia 2013 Briefing

18 January 2013

AITI conducts CommunicAsia 2013 Briefing.

Singapore

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”)

29 April 2016

IDA has published the Information Memorandum and Auction Rules for the 700 MHz Spectrum Rights (2016), 900 MHz Spectrum Rights (2016), 2.3 GHz Spectrum Rights (2016) and 2.5 GHz Spectrum Rights (2016) Auction, for the provision of 4G and/or IMT-Advanced telecommunication systems and services, for clarification by interested bidders.

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

17 March 2016

IDA will make available frequencies from the 1800 MHz centre gap (i.e., 1790 – 1800 MHz) for commercial use to provide telecommunication services, in accordance with the Constrained Band Framework. Any assignment under the Constrained Band Framework will be on a first-come-first-served basis, subject to the submission of a duly completed proposal by the interested party to IDA.

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IDA’s Explanatory Memo on the Amendments to the Telecommunications (Radio-Communication) Regulations

07 March 2016

IDA has issued its decision on the Amendments to the Telecommunications (Radio-Communication) Regulations.

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IDA’s Decision and Explanatory Memo on the Allocation of Spectrum for International Mobile Telecommunications (“IMT”) and IMT-Advanced Services and for the Enhancement of Competition in the Mobile Market

18 February 2016

IDA has issued its decision on the Framework for the Allocation of Spectrum for International Mobile Telecommunications (“IMT”) And IMT-Advanced Services and for the Enhancement of Competition in the Mobile Market.

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Proposed Framework for the Allocation of Spectrum for International Mobile Telecommunications (“IMT”) And IMT-Advanced Services and for the Enhancement of Competition in the Mobile Market

07 July 2015

Second Public Consultation involving the technical considerations for the allocation of spectrum (e.g., the 700 MHz, 800 MHz and 1.4 GHz bands, etc) and the proposed facilitation framework for new entrants.

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Malaysia

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

12 May 2016

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 on WRC-19 agenda items.

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11th ITU Symposium on ICT Environment and Climate Change

28 March 2016

ITU had organized the 11th ITU Symposium on ICTs, the Environment and Climate Change, which was hosted by the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia Malaysia and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission on 21 April 2016, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in conjunction with ITU-T Study Group 5 "Environment and Climate Change" meeting which convened from 20 to 27 April 2016. The objective of this Symposium was to raise awareness of the potential ICTs possess to address environmental challenges and to encourage stakeholders to integrate existing and emerging ICT-based solutions into their activities for an overall ‘smarter’ and more holistically ‘sustainable’ future for mankind.

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Guidelines to the Commission Determination on the Mandatory Standards for Quality of Service (Wireless Broadband Access Service), Determination 2 of 2016

24 February 2016

These guidelines set out the testing procedures, examples of computations, reporting templates, and explanatory notes to the standards in the MSQoS.

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Guidelines to the Commission Determination on the Mandatory Standards for Quality of Service (Wireless Broadband Access Service), Determination 1 of 2016

24 February 2016

These guidelines set out the testing procedures, examples of computations, reporting templates, explanatory notes and list of designated areas to the standards in the Mandatory Standards.

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Spectrum Reallocation

01 February 2016

MCMC Chairman, Dato’ Sri Halim Shafie announced that frequency bands of 900 MHz and 1800 MHz will be assigned for a fee to Celcom, Digi, Maxis and U Mobile for a period of 15 years. MCMC intends to issue the spectrum assignment to all four players by August 2016 for full implementation by 1 July 2017. The reallocation and conversion to spectrum assignment provide more certainty on the length of time these four players will have the right to use this spectrum. Dato’ Sri Halim Shafie also stated that MCMC will also address the optimal usage of other relevant spectrum bands such as the 700MHz, 2300MHz, 2600MHz bands, etc. by the end of 2016.

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