Centralized Radio-Monitoring System
The project of the Centralized Radio-Monitoring System is being implemented by the State Administration of Radiofrequencies (SARF), a subordinate body of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies. The project envisages the creation of a radio-monitoring system that can be controlled from a single center in the country.
Thanks to the creation of this system, the protection and efficient use of radio frequency spectrum in accordance with modern requirements and technological trends, ensuring electromagnetic compatibility and smooth operation of radio electronic devices, control over radio frequencies in accordance with the requirements and recommendations of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and operational and technical control of radio communications. will be ensured.
The project provides for the deployment of a system control center in Baku. Remote-controlled radio monitoring stations will be gradually installed in 50 points throughout the country, including the territories liberated from occupation. These radio monitoring stations are planned to be installed in strategic places – border areas, economic and industrial zones, venues for mass events and other places.
Main advantages of the Centralized Radio-Monitoring System
The implementation of the project will be aimed at the strengthening control over the security of broadcasting, continuous and systematic monitoring of the radio spectrum, conducting analytical study, obtaining dynamic reports, archiving processes taking place on the air and will also allow performing other necessary work promptly.
It is expected that after the installation and commissioning of the radio monitoring system, the number of radio electronic devices registered with the State Administration of Radio Frequencies and number of radio signals to be analyzed will increase. On the other hand, the system will monitor the effective use of radio frequencies, which in turn will allow assessing the effectiveness of the use of allocated radio frequency nominals. As a result, new opportunities will open up for more efficient use of unused frequency resources, and appropriate measures will be taken to ensure the intensive use of these frequency bands. All of this will ensure the strengthening of control over the safety of on-air broadcasting.