Croatia and Slovenia coordinate frequency bands

Friday 10 April 2015 | 16:41 CET | News
Croatian regulator Hakom and Slovenian regulator Akos have signed an agreement to coordinate the frequency bands between 29.7 MHz and 470 MHz. The agreement was reached during a bilateral meeting in Zagreb facilitating the international harmonisation of frequencies for private mobile communication networks.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Croatia (Hrvatska) / Slovenia
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