Spectrum Planning
  
Spectrum Planning

The uses of the spectrum continue to grow and new services are continually being evolved. The challenge is to facilitate changes in spectrum use in an environment where the rate of technology change is increasing drastically. Careful spectrum planning requires meeting  these challenges

Spectrum planning involves the allocation of portions of the frequency spectrum to specified uses in accordance with international agreements, technical characteristics and potential use of different parts of the spectrum, and national priorities and policies.

The spectrum planning supports the development of the radio communication services  by enabling new forms of use of radio frequencies and allowing current users to optimize the benefits gained from the  available.

TRCSL takes into account the changing needs of society and secure opportunities that match existing demands with new ones through innovative uses of technology when formulating the spectrum plans.

 

National Frequency Allocation Table (NFAT) 

National Frequency Allocation Table (NFAT) is derived from the international frequency allocations of Article 5 of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Radio Regulations. and is also consistent with regional allocations. The Radio Regulations are revised by the ITU World Radio communication Conference(WRC), normally held every 3 years. NFAT shows all frequency bands for Sri Lanka  with services allocated to those bands.