AITI will only process complete application forms with signature together with payment of the requisite fees and submission of required documents.
Once all the complete required forms and documents are received, frequency technical analysis is performed to ensure that no interference occurs to the existing radiocommunication equipment in Brunei Darussalam.
To ensure management of interference on a regional level, AITI will coordinate with Malaysia and Singapore in the monthly FACSMAB meeting and the application is subject to approval from FACSMAB Members. The applicant will be informed in writing if the application is approved. To facilitate the coordination process, it is advised that the applicant to submit the full application before FACSMAB meeting. Click here or more information on FACSMAB[YMY1]
The table below shows monthly deadlines for submission of Frequency applications which are subject to border coordination at FACSMAB Meetings, for the year 2018. Frequency applications which are received after the deadline shown shall be carried forward to the next FACSMAB meeting.
For details on fee categories and formulae for calculating the categories mentioned above click here.
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