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Date: 19.09.2018   
The official meeting was held on September 14, 2018, between the representatives of the National Radio Frequency Management Service and the HCT CO., LTD South Korea delegation (accredited laboratory for testing, calibration and certification of products with the largest compliance testing records in FCC testing in South Korea.) Read more...
Date: 17.05.2017   
Every year on 17 May, the ITU membership around the world, celebrate World Telecommunication and Information Society Day – a day to mark the founding of International Telecommunication Union over 150 years ago. Read more...
Date: 10.02.2017   
The Cabinet of Ministers decided on the reorganization of the State Enterprise "National Radio Frequency Center" into the public institution in the Government meeting of February 8, 2017. The project submitted by the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications was developed to modernize the system of government services provision. Read more...


     The State Enterprise "National Radio Frequency Center" (Center) is a state enterprise, based on the self-financing and is under the Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications - the principal founder of the enterprise. The Center was founded in 1993 and during the 1993-2008 the company has functioned as a State Enterprise "State Communication Inspection". In 2008 the company was reorganized into the State Enterprise "National Radio Frequency Center”, which is the successor of the State Enterprise "State Communication Inspection".

    The main task of the State Enterprise “National Radio Frequency Center”  is to ensure  the necessities of national economy and of the population with radio frequencies/channels for providing different kind of services, like TV, broadcasting, fixed and mobile radiocommunications, etc. This task, provided by Article 39 of the Electronic Communications Act no. 241-XVI from 15.11.2007, has been focused on the one hand to provide the radio frequency spectrum needs of national new and existing users, and on the other - to ensure protection of national frequency assignments, including international protection.


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