CST Publishes Public Consultation on Regulations Document for Maritime Radio Services
The Communications, Space and Technology Commission (CST) has invited the public to submit their input on the Maritime Radio Services Regulations Document, which aims to regulate the use of maritime radio services and raise the efficiency of spectrum use by organizing the channels for these services.
CST highlighted the document’s notable elements, such as the types of licenses for maritime radio services, the Kingdom’s commitments to international regulations, technical terms and conditions for licensing, frequency allocations and updated technical standards for various maritime radio services.
CST is committed to managing the use of maritime radio services, raising the efficiency of spectrum use in the Kingdom according to best international practices, and providing spectrum for all maritime radio services in the Kingdom, while ensuring compliance with international regulations and protection from wireless interference.
Based on its commitment to transparency and inclusion of all relevant stakeholders, consisting of owners of boats and yachts, the maritime transport sector and ports, CST invites interested parties to respond to the invitation to public consultation by April 19, 2023, via the following channel: https://regulations.citc.gov.sa/en/Pages/PublishedPublicConsultations.aspx#/PublishedPublicConsulationDetails/38