ANATELAgencia Nacional de Telecomunicacoes (Brazil)
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SpotSee, the global provider of shock and vibration monitoring through low-cost connectivity and data, has earned the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) Certification for its impact-monitoring device, SpotBot(TM), allowing it to be sold and used in Brazil, the company said.
A ANATEL e criada nos termos da EC no 8/95, com a Lei no 9.472/97, Lei Geral de Telecomunicacoes--LGT, como orgao regulador do servico de telecomunicacoes.
The award follows Yahsat's success in an auction held by ANATEL in May 2015,
The government agency, which has the mission to manage the telecoms industry and protect the interests of users, is called the National Telecommunications Agency [ANATEL] (ANATEL, 2014).
Any violation is a civil, criminal and administrative offense as "the privacy of personal data and phone calls is a right guaranteed by the Constitution, legislation and Anatel regulations, " the Anatel added.
The situation, however, will not prevent tourists from using their mobile phones in the country, said JE[acute accent]ao Rezende, president of Anatel, in an interview.
“We are benefiting from this major industry gathering and UBS will make available the ANATEL certified modulator upon the completion of this event and our UBS representatives stocking the local shelves to ensure quick delivery and commissioning.” In addition, David went on to thank EITV, UBS local partner in Brazil for helping achieve this milestone.
(10) The regulatory agency (Anatel) was set up in 1997 with a statutory jurisdiction enshrined in the Brazilian constitution (article 174: one of the few agencies with such a legal status).
A crise economica, aliada as doutrinas liberais do periodo, levou a privatizacao do Sistema Telebras em 1998 e ao estabelecimento da Anatel como agencia reguladora do setor.
The CDMA Development Group (CDG) has announced its support for new regulations of channelization and conditions of use of spectrum in the 450 MHz band recently issued by Brazilian regulatory agency ANATEL. Under the new regulations, the 450-470 MHz band will be cleared and allocated to deliver fixed and mobile services, including the full range of International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT) services nationwide in Brazil.