TRA hosts a workshop for telecom operators

TRA Workshop in session

The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) Bahrain hosted a workshop for the public telecommunications operators with the aim of ensuring the effective implementation of the recently issued ministerial resolution concerning radio communications stations and networks. The workshop was attended by 20 representatives from the Kingdom’s public telecommunications operators.

The workshop focused on promoting the use of standardized policies and procedures for the deployment of radio communications stations and networks and the requirement to consult with the relevant authorities before deploying such stations and networks.

During the workshop, engineer Adel Al Showaikh, TRA’s Access Network and Infrastructure Manager, presented the requirements of the ministerial resolution and the necessary requirements that the operators should adopt when planning, designing and deploying radio communications stations and networks.

It is worth mentioning that in order to deliver high-quality wireless telecommunications services that meet the growing consumers’ demand for such services it is necessary for wireless telecommunications service providers to deploy radio communications stations and networks in close proximity to users who wish to avail themselves of such services.

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