The Communications, Space and Technology Commission (CST) invites the public to submit their input on the “Regulations of Radio Spectrum Use for Broadcasting Services” document. The regulations are aimed to regulate the use of radio spectrum for audio and television broadcasting, foster its emerging technologies, and increase the efficiency of spectrum use in the broadcasting services.
Additionally, CST highlights that the document covers the main regulatory aspects of spectrum use in broadcasting services. Most notably, the regulations include the spectrum licensing process, international obligations, technical conditions and frequency bands for broadcasting services.
Moreover, CST is keen on supporting the broadcasting sector’s development by enhancing the utilization of its allocated spectrum and following the best global practices. Therefore, CST developed this regulatory document to ensure spectrum availability for broadcasting services, alignment with the international standards to protect broadcasting applications from harmful interference and promote innovative spectrum management and emerging technologies.
Lastly, CST invites all interested stakeholders including those from the broadcasting sector to respond to the public consultation request by June 14, 2023, via the CST website: