THE Zimbabwe Postal and Regulatory Authority (Potraz) is inviting members of the public to participate in the drafting of the country’s national frequency allocation plan.
In a notice yesterday, Potraz said it has been working on the national frequency allocation Plan and a draft of the document has been issued for public consultation.
“Potraz is inviting written comments on the contributions towards the national frequency allocation plan,” part of the notice reads.
According to the telecommunication regulator the frequency spectrum is a subset of the electromagnetic waves lying between frequencies from eight kilohertz 300 gigahertz and support a wide range of activities including business and industrial in the private and public sector.
“Communications are foremost among those activities and together with radio services, is increasingly important to economic development in Zimbabwe,” Potraz added.
The telecommunications regulator said the contributions of stakeholders will be tabled at a consultative workshop to be conducted later during the year before the publication of the national frequency plan.
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