Dear Customers and Friends. This Monday, an update was received from MINISTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATICS OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA (KOMINFO) regarding a newly-issued regulation draft. This draft is about the use of radio frequency spectrum for Microwave Link Communication Systems, and was issued for public consultations which is opened from its issuance date, November 27th, until December 18th 2023.
Microwave Link Communication Systems
Technically, Microwave can be defined as line-of-sight wireless communication system that uses high frequency beams of radio waves that can provide high speed of wireless connections. This connection can be used to send and receive large-capacity data such as video, voice, or other information. Major advantage of using Mirowave link communication systems is due to the small wavelenght it has, this allows microwave to do point-to-point communication in relatively-smaller size antenna. Transceiver antenna will be pointed directly to the receiver antenna to allow them sending and receiving in a narrow beams. Therefore, microwave antennas can work with several other antennas nearby, without causing interference between one and another.
Based on KOMINFO’s official announcment in this link, the new Regulation draft of the Minister of Communication and Informatics concerning the Use of Radio Frequency Spectrum for Microwave Link Communication Systems is actually prepared to adjust the provisions regarding this communication systems that have been regulated in the existing Minister of Communication and Information Technology Regulation Number 2 of 2019 with the latest technological developments and harmonizing radio frequency spectrum management according to the Indonesian Radio Frequency Spectrum Allocation Table. Some topis discussed in this regulations draft are:
- planning the use of radio frequency bands (band plan) for microwave link communication systems;
- planning for the use of radio frequency channels (channeling plan) for microwave link communication systems in Appendix I;
- provisions for minimum distance for use of radio frequency spectrum channels for microwave link communication systems in Appendix II;
- microwave link anchoring rights;
- telecommunications equipment and/or Microwave Link telecommunications equipment;
- International coordination;
- supervision and control;
- transition provisions; And
To give you better understanding regarding this new regulation draft, below is the english translation of it. Disclaimer, there may be error, wrong translation, or different interpretations in this English translation, etc in this english translated version. So if you find one, feel free to contact us for further confirmation.
For those who wants to get the original document from this regulation draft, you may go to KOMINFO’s official publication in this link. As mentioned earlier, this public consultation is opened until December 18th 2023. So, there’s still plenty of time for you to review and analyze. For those who want to contribute or give feedback, you can send it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and email@example.com.
That’s all we need to update. Hopefully thus information can be beneficial for you. Should you have any questions regarding this regulation draft or inquiry about SDPPI certificates in general, feel free to drop us an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or to our contact window who’s already in communication with you.