corrections to telecommunications information

corrections to telecommunications information

ARCEP: corrections to telecommunications information

Today, thanks to this article, we will address the various errors published by ARCEP on November 14, 2022..

Three departments are mainly affected by these errors: Guyana, Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélémy.

First of all, we will start with Guyana where a first errata was published to correct important data on the allocation of the 700 MHz and 3.4 – 3.8 GHz bands.
Those errors were at the level of the locations (Longitude – Latitude) of the 700 MHz and 3.4 – 3.8 GHz bands that are found in the cities of Matoury and Kourou. All these data were specified in decimal degrees while they had to be announced in DMS (Degrees Minutes Seconds).

Later, a second error was published, still on the same date, in relation to a public consultation regarding the conditions of coexistence between 5G networks. Several errors were identified in the various annexes of the document.

Let us now continue with Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélémy where an errata was also published to correct an editorial error in table 12, in section IV.1 of document IV. This table is linked to the list of authorizations to use frequencies in the 3420 – 3800 MHz bands with the operator Orange Caraïbe.
The first error relates to the expiry of the authorization granted to Orange Caraïbe regarding the use of frequencies in the 3.5 GHz band to establish and operate a radio network open to the public in Saint-Martin. . The initial maturity date foreseen by Decision No. 2018-0252 was 31/12/2025 and the latter changed to 31/12/2022 after Decision No. 2022-1408 of July 26, 2022.
The second error relates to the decisions taken by the Authority considering the authorizations granted to Orange Caraïbe. As a result, the last decision to date that had to be added is that of July 26, 2022 n°2022-1408.

This article was taken from the Univers FreeBox website

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