Radio spectrum management activities and publications

Spectrum Management is the combination of administrative, scientific and technical processes and procedures necessary to ensure efficient operation of radio communication equipment and services without causing interference.

The goal of spectrum Management is to maximize spectrum efficiency, minimize interference, and eliminate unauthorized and improper use of spectrum. This is done through the following activities;

  1. Radio Spectrum Planning, Allocation and Assignment.
  2. Radio frequency Engineering and coordination.
  3. Monitoring and compliance assurance of radio spectrum users.

More details about spectrum management processes can be accessed following the link SM FAQs

PUBLICATIONS
Publications pertaining Spectrum management in Uganda can be accessed following the below links;

NEW: STANDARD FOR TVWS ACCESS AND USE IN UGANDA, 2019

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NEW: FRAMEWORK FOR SPECTRUM ASSIGNMENT TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES IN UGANDA, 2019

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TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE USE OF THE 863-870MHZ (868MHZ) BAND FOR INDUSTRIAL, SCIENTIFIC AND MEDICAL (ISM) IN UGANDA

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THE UGANDA COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR RADIO FREQUENCY AUTHORISATION IN UGANDA

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GUIDELINES ON THE ESTABLISHMENT AND OPERATION OF AN FM RADIO STATION IN UGANDA

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UCC Standard for programme making and special events (PMSE) operations and apparatus

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Standard for personal mobile radio in the band 446.0-446.2 MHZ (PMR446)

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Spectrum management guidelines

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SRD guidelines

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Spectrum hoarding guidelines

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Spectrum FAQ

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Radio Station Inspection Framework 2010

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Uganda National Table of Frequency Allocation

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2.4GHz band usage guidelines

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5.8GHz band usage guidelines

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