Argentina Sets Rules of Allocation of Shared-Use Bandwidths for Wireless Access Systems
The Resolution №581, 2018 by ENACOM approves a plan to allocate portions of the radio frequency spectrum for Wireless Access Systems in shared-use bandwidths.
Information technology services along with fixed and mobile communications should use the following bandwidths without a license on a non-exclusive basis:
915 - 928 MHz
57 - 71 GHz bands
in conformity with the specifications provided in the resolution.
All the equipment used for the emission in the radio frequency bands must meet the following conditions:
It must comply with the regulations regarding non-ionizing radiation, and may not exceed established limits
It must function and be produced in accordance with technical standards defined by the National Communications Agency and operate exclusively in the established frequency bands
It must be duly homologated or have the type approval certificates determined by the National Communications Agency
The information has been prepared by the GMA Consult Group team.
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