Mexico to block mobile signals in prisons

Monday 30 November 2015 | 17:43 CET | News
Mexico's Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT) has launched a public consultation on the draft regulations for blocking wireless signals within social rehabilitation centres, prisons and juvenile detention centres, both federal and state. The public consultation will take place for 20 business days on the internet portal of the IFT. The aim of the regulations is to establish technical specifications, operating conditions and prohibitions for wireless communication equipment in all frequency bands and test methods to verify compliance with those specifications.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless / Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Mexico
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