Frequency Assignment

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Such activity may be referred to as a “frequency-site” planning process.This may be an allotment process in some administrations.

The following tables list Intra-service and Inter-service frequency assignment requirements.

Please note that this list is not exhaustive; we'll be adding additional frequency assignment material, as it is able to be converted, to a suitable electronic form.

The lack of specific guidance can lead to the adoption of poor or varied assignment practices.

FAPs provide background information on an issue, explain relevant interference and/or spectrum considerations and detail the Australian Communications and Media Authority’s (the ACMA) position in relation to the assignment and licensing of affected radiocommunications services.

The National Frequency Table of Allocations is a compendium of frequency allocations to services applicable to Nigeria as well as a depiction of frequency usage in Nigeria.

The table has been developed and periodically reviewed in conformity with the international regulations governing radio spectrum and the international/ regional agreements acceded to by the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the capacity of the National Frequency Management Council.

The frequency planning is one of the most important elements of the international regulations and a mean of preserving the rights of all Member States in the context of equitable access to the limited frequency resource.

In this respect FMD maintains worldwide allotment and regional assignment plans of terrestrial nonbroadcasting services, ensuring the application of modification and coordination procedures associated to the Plan.

On one hand, frequency assignments must provide for the normal operation of existing radio systems as well as for new systems with a specified performance.

On the other hand, in view of a great and ever growing public demand, frequency assignment procedures should strive to ensure the permissible level of interference among radiocommunication services, among stations within each service, as well as efficient utilization of the radio-frequency spectrum and the satellite orbits. broadcasting and mobile services) appropriate frequencies for different sites may be determined in the aggregate in advance and these frequencies are assigned later during creation and expansion of relevant networks, as necessary.


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