WPC & SACFA
|4||Hindi ver of OM dated 8th June 2015 on Allotment Of Spectrum to captive users and Satellite networks.||Download (727.83 KB)||NA|
|3||Hindi ver of OM dated 27th April 2015 for allotment of spectrum to Government Captive users||Download (367.33 KB)||NA|
|2||Certificate of Technical Statement (Satellite Communication)||Download (386.3 KB)||NA|
|1||Office Memorandumdated 10th September 2014||Download (350.83 KB)||NA|
The Wireless Planning and Coordination(WPC)
Wing of the Ministry of Communications, created in 1952, is the National Radio Regulatory Authority responsible for Frequency Spectrum Management, including licensing and caters for the needs of all wireless users (Government and Private) in the country. It exercises the statutory functions of the Central Government and issues licenses to establish, maintain and operate wireless stations. WPC is divided into major sections like Licensing and Regulation (LR), New Technology Group (NTG) and Standing Advisory Committee on Radio Frequency Allocation (SACFA). SACFA makes the recommendations on major frequency allocation issues, formulation of the frequency allocation plan, making recommendations on the various issues related to International Telecom Union (ITU), to sort out problems referred to the committee by various wireless users, Siting clearance of all wireless installations in the country etc.
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