Regulatory capacity building

This study involved providing radio spectrum expertise to Incyte, the lead consultancy, for this World Bank Study.  The first step was to identify those specific areas that should be addressed by the regulator based on the size of the country, staff available, likely demand for radio spectrum and the situation in regards to the development of the regulatory and licensing regime.

Comments and possible changes to existing draft text and documents were provided in relation to the National Frequency Allocation Table (NFAT), the Communications Act, spectrum usage rules, licence application forms for spectrum and proposals for spectrum fees.

Additionally a possible Excel spread sheet was developed that could be used to save information on licensees and spectrum licences for the different services.