Spectrum Management

Spectrum Management
 

The Authority is mandated under the Telecommunications Act (The Act) to ensure the orderly and systematic development of the telecommunications sector. As part of this mandate, it is responsible for planning, supervising, regulating and managing the use of the radio frequency spectrum.

The Authority has developed the following documents to facilitate the liberalisation of the relevant markets in the Telecommunications and Broadcasting Sectors.

a draft Spectrum Management Policy PDF Icon
draft Radio Spectrum Regulations PDF Icon
Several spectrum plans:
 
National Spectrum Plan PDF Icon
Spectrum Plan for the Accommodation of Broadband Wireless Access Services PDF Icon
Spectrum Plan for the Accommodation of Public Mobile Telecommunications Services November 2012
Refarming Plan for broadband Wireless Access Services in the 2.3 GHz, 2.5 GHz and 3.5 GHz Bands PDF Icon

The Trinidad and Tobago Frequency Allocation Table (TTFAT) which identifies which spectrum bands are allocated for specific services and this document is a core element of the National Spectrum Plan (NSP).