TRA Bahrain presents draft regulation on equipment

Draft defines responsibilities of entities when importing telecoms equipment
TRA Bahrain presents draft regulation on equipment

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The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) of Bahrain issued a public consultation document on the draft regulation for a new approval regime for the importation and use of telecommunications equipment connected to public telecommunication networks.

The proposed draft regulation defines the roles and responsibilities of TRA and any person or entity wishing to import telecommunications equipment connected to public telecommunications networks into Bahrain. The draft regulation proposes the adaptation of international standards as basis for TRA technical specifications, requirements and approval process.

Engineer Mohammed Bin Abdulla Al Noiami, technical and operation director at Bahrain TRA said: “The draft regulation also proposes a system which aims to ensure that imported telecommunications equipment (connected to Public telecommunications networks) meets certain pre-requisite standards to ensure the safety of users and that such equipment does not harm public telecommunications networks or cause harmful radio interference. 

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