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Indonesia Permits 5G Technologies
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Indonesia Permits 5G Technologies

Indonesia Permits 5G Technologies

The Directorate General of Post and Information Technology Devices Resources (SDPPI) issued a regulation on technical standards of telecommunication tools and/or devices based on International Mobile Telecommunications-2020 (IMT-2020). According to this regulation, every telecommunication equipment and/or devices based on International Mobile Telecommunications - 2020 (IMT-2020) that are made, assembled, marketed, and used on the territory of the Republic of Indonesia must meet technical standards. The IMT-2020 specifications known as 5G have been developed by 3GPP and consist of long-term evolution (LTE) and new radio (NR) releases.

The Regulation applies to base stations and subscriber stations and contains two annexes that describe requirements and standards to the above-mentioned equipment respectively.

Apart from complying with the technical standards, the subscriber stations must have a unique IMEI number.

Please, note that 5G NR base stations and subscriber stations can operate only in the following bands:


The evaluation of the equipment is carried out through the certification procedure in accordance with the provisions of laws and regulations.


The information has been prepared by the GMA Consult Group team.

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May 25, 2021

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