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Argentina Sets Rules of Allocation of Shared-Use Bandwidths for Wireless Access Systems

Argentina Sets Rules of Allocation of Shared-Use Bandwidths for Wireless Access Systems
March 27, 2019

ENACOM approves a plan to allocate portions of the radio frequency spectrum for Wireless Access Systems in shared-use bandwidths. This article talks about Resolution №581, 2018.

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

2.4 GHz

5 GHz

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 of approval certificates determined by the National Communications Agency.


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