Introduction

The radio frequency (RF) spectrum is a natural resource that can be used to increase the efficiency and productivity of a nation’s work force as well as to enhance the quality of life. It is used to provide a wide variety of radiocommunication services including personal and corporate communications, radio navigation, aeronautical and maritime radio, broadcasting, public safety and distress operations and radio location.
The use of radio frequency spectrum needs to be coordinated to avoid interference problem. Two radio-communication devices operating on the same frequencies, at the same time and at the same location will produce interference to the receivers. Therefore, the radio frequency spectrum is a limited resource like land and water. It has the property of being conserved if used properly, and wasted if not. As the uses of wireless applications are wide and varied, it is crucial to ensure that the spectrum is efficiently and effectively managed to optimally benefit the society and economy.
The Spectrum Management Unit is responsible for effective allocation of spectrum and for providing licensing authority on radio frequency usage. The unit is responsible for the planning, ensuring efficient usage and international coordination. All activities associated with regulating the use of the radio spectrum including the processes for allocating, the allotting. Planning, assigning, monitoring and licensing the limited resource of radio spectrum managed by the unit




SMU Quality Management System

SMU considers the provision the best services to its customers is a top priority as it is committed to continuously improve the value of services it provides to all interested parties, while taking into consideration that the services provided are in accordance with the best international practice and to provide Professional, Reliable Services with focus on Customer Satisfaction, Continuous Improvement, and Timely Response. To this end, SMU has established Quality Management System in accordance to the ISO 9001:2008.












SMU Information Security Management System (ISMS)

Protection of SMU information assets is vital to the success of its business. To this end, SMU has established an information security management system, in accordance with ISO 27001:2005, that operates all the processes required to identify the information assets SMU need to protect and how SMU must protect them. SMU ISMS protects and manage the information assets based on a systematic business risk approach, to establish, implement, operate, monitor, review, maintain and improve information security.