Government Regulation Number 53 In 2000

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 53 Tahun 2000

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 108, 2000 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3981) GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 53 in 2000 on the USE of RADIO FREQUENCY SPECTRUM and SATELLITE ORBITS, the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: that, in the framework of the implementation of the provisions on the radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbits, as set forth in Act No. 36 of 1999 regarding telecommunications, seen the need to establish a government regulation on the use of Radio Frequency Spectrum and Satellite Orbits;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) of the Constitution of 1945;
., ,2. Act No. 36 of 1999 regarding telecommunications (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 154, additional State Gazette Number 3881);
DECIDED:.,, set: GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS ABOUT the USE of RADIO FREQUENCY SPECTRUM and SATELLITE ORBITS.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Government Regulation is:.,, 1. Telecommunication is any transmission, delivery and acceptance of any information or in the form of signs, signals, writing, images, sounds and sounds through a system of wire, radio, optical or other elektromaknetik systems;
., ,2. Telecommunication tool is any equipment used in bertelekomunikasi;
., ,3. The telecommunication device is of a group of communication tools that allow bertelekomunikasi;
., ,4. The radio transmitter is a device that uses telecommunications and emits radio waves;
., ,5. Telecommunications network is a series of devices and trimmings that are used in bertelekomunikasi;
., ,6. Telecommunications services are telecommunications services to meet the needs of bertelekomunikasi by using the telecommunications network;
., ,7. Telecommunication provider is an individual, cooperative, regional-owned enterprises, State-owned enterprises, private businesses, government agencies, defense agencies or State security;
., ,8. The Organization of telecommunications is a telecommunications service provision and activities so as to allow this telecommunications;
., ,9. A satellite is an object that is floating around in space around the Earth, and serves as the radio station that receives and emits or radiates back and or receiving, processing and transmitting radio communications signals back;
., .10. The radio station is one or a combination of transmitter and receiver devices including the necessary equipment at one location to host the radio communication;
.,, 11. Radio communications is a telecommunications using radio waves;
., 12. Satellite orbit is a trajectory in space undertaken by the Centre for the period of a satellite; 13. the radio frequency spectrum is a collection of radio frequency bands;.,, 14. Radio frequency bands are part of the spectrum of radio frequencies that have a certain width;
., 15. Radio-frequency channel is part of the radio frequency bands that are assigned to a radio station;
.,,16. The allocation of radio frequencies is the inclusion of certain frequency bands in the frequency allocation table for use by one or more Department radio communications or radio communications service terestial space or Office of radio astronomy based on specific requirements. This allocation term also applies to further Division of the above mentioned frequency bands for each type of dinasnya.
., General Agreement. Assignment (assigment) tape is a radio frequency or radio frequency channel is the authorisation given by the Administration in this respect Minister told a radio station to use the radio frekunesi radio frequency or channel based on specific requirements.
., 18. The Minister is the Minister's duties and scope of her responsibilities in the field of telecommunications.
CHAPTER II article 2 use of Coaching COACHING spectrum radio frequencies and satellite orbits, performed by the Minister.

Section 3.,, (1) in carrying out the construction as stipulated in article 2, the Minister for carrying out the policy assignment functions, settings, monitoring and control.
.,, (2) the policy assignment Functions, settings, monitoring and control as referred to in subsection (1) at least includes:.,,.,, a. planning the use of the radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbits at the location; b. determination of the priority of the use of radio frequency spectrum;

c. utilization of the radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbits at; location.,, d. licensing the use of the radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbits at the location;
.,, e. research and development of the use of radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbits at locations along with the development of technological advancement;
.,, f. coordination of use of radio frequencies and satellite orbits in the location in order to support national interests; g. monitoring, observation and curbing the use of the radio frequency spectrum.
CHAPTER III the first part of the RADIO FREQUENCY SPECTRUM Planning Chapter 4 in planning the use of the radio frequency spectrum to be aware of the following things: a. prevent the occurrence of mutually disruptive;

b. efficiency and economical;

c. development of technology;

d. needs of radio frequency spectrum in the future; and/or, e.., giving priority to the interests of the defence of State security, safety and countermeasure State mean (Safety and Distress), search and rescue (SAR/Search and Rescue), the welfare of society and the public interest.
Article 5, (1) Planning as mentioned in article 4 stated in radio frequency allocation table.
.,, (2) the provisions concerning radio frequency allocation table referred to in subsection (1) is designated by a decision of the Minister.
Article 6 Planning the use of the radio frequency spectrum includes: a. planning the use of radio frequency bands (band plan); and b. the planning of the use of the radio frequency channel (channeling plan).

The second part of the use of Chapter 7,, (1) the use of radio frequencies by foreign-flagged vessels operating in the territorial waters of Indonesia is only used for the purposes of:., the incoming reports, a.; and b. report to the outside.
.,, (2) reports of entry referred to in subsection (1) a foreign flagged ships before entering the territorial waters of Indonesia.
.,, (3) Report to the outside as mentioned in paragraph (1) letter b foreign-flag vessel do when outside of the territorial waters of Indonesia.
Article 8.,, (1) the use of radio frequencies by foreign-flagged vessels operating in the territorial waters of Indonesia in addition used as referred to in article 7, can also:.,,.,, a. used for the sake of the safety of the ship and cruise shipping, navigation, security, disbursement and rescue (SAR), natural disasters, mean State, swine; or, b.., connected to the telecommunication networks operated by telecommunications providers; or, c.., is part of the satellite communication systems that use of it in accordance with the provisions in force in the Organization of the Department of telecommunications moving cruise.
.,, (2) the provisions of the Ordinance regarding the use of radio frequencies referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Minister.
Article 9.,, (1) the use of radio frequencies by a foreign civil aircraft operating to and from Indonesia airspace used for the purposes of:., the incoming reports, a.; and b. report to the outside.
.,, (2) reports of entry referred to in subsection (1) letter a before the foreign civil aircraft entered the airspace of Indonesia.
.,, (3) Report to the outside as mentioned in paragraph (1) letter b before foreign civilian aircraft out of the airspace of Indonesia.
Section 10.,, (1) the use of radio frequencies by a foreign civil aircraft operating to and from the airspace of Indonesia in addition used as referred to in article 9, can also:.,,.,, a. used for the sake of the safety of flight traffic, navigation, aviation security, search and rescue (SAR), natural disasters, outbreaks of mean circumstances; or, b.., connected to the telecommunication networks operated by telecommunications providers; or, c.., is part of the satellite communication systems that use of it in accordance with the provisions in force in the Organization of the Department of telecommunications moving flight.
.,, (2) the provisions of the Ordinance regarding the use of radio frequencies referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Minister.
Section 11.,, (1) the allocation of the radio frequency bands for telecommunications specifically for the purposes of conducting the defence of State security assigned by the Minister.
.,, (2) planning and the use of over the allocation of the radio frequency bands for the purposes of the defence of the country established by the Commander of the Indonesia national army.
.,, (3) the planning and use of radio frequency bands over appropriations for State security purposes established by the Chief of police of the Republic of Indonesia.
Article 12 use of radio-frequency channel for the purposes of the defence of State security assigned by the Minister upon a proposal of the Commander of the National Army Chief of police of the Republic of Indonesia or Indonesia.

Article 13.,, (1) Indonesia National Army Commander tells the planning and use of the above allocation of the radio frequency bands and radio frequency or channel for telecommunications specifically for organizing the defense of the country to the Minister.
.,, (2) the head of the police of Republic of Indonesia tells the planning and use of the above allocation of the radio frequency bands and radio frequency or channel for the Organization of special telecommunications for the purposes of State security to the Minister.
.,, (3) the notice referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) covers the following matters:

.,, a. pita and radio frequency or channel being used;

b. location of use of the radio station; and c. technical specification.
Clause 14.,, (1) the Minister may specify the use of a shared radio frequency bands and radio frequency or channel.
.,, (2) the determination of the radio frequency bands and radio frequency or channel being used jointly referred to in subsection (1) must be coordinated with the existing users or between users.
.,, (3) the determination of the use of radio frequency bands together and radio frequency or channel must meet the principles of efficiency and not interfere with each other.
.,, (4) the implementation of joint use of the assignment referred to in subsection (3) the following provisions.
Article 15 use of radio frequency bands together and radio frequency or channel can be shaped as a distinction of time, territory, or technology.

Article 16 joint use of radio frequency bands and radio frequency or channel with users in other countries to be coordinated by Indonesia's Telecommunications Administration with the Telecommunications Administration of the country in question.

Part three article 17., Licensing, (1) the use of the radio frequency spectrum for the Organization of telecommunications be obliged to get permission of the Minister.
.,, (2) frekunsi radio spectrum usage Permission referred to in subsection (1) is the use of the spectrum assignment under subsection (1) is the setting of the use of radio frequency spectrum in the form of radio frequency bands or frequency of the radio channel.
.,, (3) the provisions concerning the procedures for licensing and operational conditions of use of the radio frequency spectrum as mentioned in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Minister.
Article 18.,, (1) Permits the use of the radio frequency spectrum in the framework of the Organization of telecommunications is given through the stages of allocating radio frequencies and the determination of the use of radio frequencies.
.,, (2) the holder of the permit the use of the radio frequency spectrum is obligated to report the radio station placement plan to the Minister.
.,, (3) in case the plan the placement of radio stations can interfere with other radio stations, the holder of the permit the use of the radio frequency spectrum should be changing the placement of the radio station and plan or its technical parameters.
.,, (4) Reporting the placing of a radio station must be accompanied by the technical parameters required parameters.
Article 19 based on the provisions referred to in Article 18 the Minister set the appropriate radio station permits the results of technical analysis.

Article 20.,, (1) the radio frequency spectrum can be used for activity organization of telecommunications that is temporary.
.,, (2) use of the radio frequency spectrum which is temporary as mentioned in subsection (1) the longest for 1 (one) year.
.,, (3) Permits the use of the radio frequency spectrum as mentioned in subsection (1) is given in the form of a permission of temporary radio stations.
.,, (4) the provisions concerning the procedures for licensing the use of the radio frequency spectrum which is temporary as mentioned in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Minister.
Clause 21.,, (1) application for permission of use of the radio frequency spectrum is submitted in writing to the Minister.
.,, (2) the application for a permit referred to in subsection (1) for the use of radio frequencies for the Organization of telecommunications, should be furnished a copy of the consent principle.
.,, (3) the application for a permit referred to in subsection (1) for the development of organization of telecommunications, should be equipped with a copy of the permit the Organization of telecommunications.
Article 22 application for permission of use of the radio frequency spectrum for telecommunications specifically for the purposes of conducting individual, special service, radio communication systems of limited scope and radio communications system from point to point need not include permission or consent principles and organization of telecommunications.

Article 23.,, (1) a permit for use of the radio station radio frequency spectrum in the form of radio frequency bands are given for a period of 10 (ten) years and may be extended one (1) time during 10 (ten) years.
.,, (2) a permit for use of the radio frequency spectrum in the form of radio channel radio frequencies are granted for a period of 5 (five) years and may be extended one (1) time during 5 (five) years.
Pasal 24.,, (1) the holder of the permit radio stations that had run out time perpanjangannya can renew the permission of the radio station through a process of application for a new permit.
.,, (2) the holder of the permit the radio station referred to in subsection (1) take priority in the process of application for a new permit.
Article 25.,, (1) the holder of a radio frequency allocation cannot divert the allocation of radio frequencies that have been taken to another party.
.,, (2) the permit radio stations cannot be transferred to another party unless there is consent of the Minister.
Article 26 unused radio frequency again mandatory returned to the Minister.

Part four article 27 Radio frequency Reallocation.,, (1) radio frequency Reallocation was done because of the change of international and radio frequency allocation or allocation adjustments.
.,, (2) the Minister establishes a new radio frequency allocation as a substitute for radio frequency allocations referred to in subsection (1).
.,, (3) in the execution of the reallocation referred to in subsection (1), the Minister tells radio frequency reallocation plan to permit holders of radio stations at least 2 (two) years before the setting of the new radio frequency allocation.
Article 28 in the case of radio frekunesi reallocation is done before the permit radio stations to an end, a new radio frequency spectrum user is obligated to reimburse any costs incurred due to radio frequency reallocation to users of the radio frequency spectrum for long.

The fifth part of the costs of the use of (BHP) Radio Frequency Spectrum Article 29.,, (1) any users of the radio frequency spectrum for the purpose of organizing Telecom is obliged to pay the cost of the rights of use of radio frequency spectrum.
.,, (2) in determining the magnitude of the costs of the use of radio frequency spectrum used formula by observing components:.,, a. types of radio frequencies;

b. magnetic field and radio frequency or channel;

c. extensive coverage;

d. location;

e. interest market.
.,, (3) the cost of the radio frequency spectrum usage rights began to be worn at the time the permit radio stations published.
.,, (4) the cost of the radio frequency spectrum usage rights paid in advance each year.
Article 30 the cost of radio frequency spectrum usage rights for the shared use of the radio frequency bands and radio frequency or channel charged in full to each user.

Article 31.,, (1) the use of the radio frequency spectrum for the telecommunication charge rights of use of radio frequency spectrum includes:.,, a. telecommunications specifically for the purposes of the defence of State security;

b. telecommunications special for special service;., c. telecommunications specifically for the purposes of government agencies used by the foreign State representatives in Indonesia to and or from the country of origin based on the principle of reciprocity.
.,, (2) use of the radio frequency spectrum for the telecommunication is not subject to frequency spectrum usage rights biaha radio other than as referred to in paragraph (1) established by regulation of the Government.
CHAPTER IV SATELLITE ORBIT the first use of Article 32.,, (1) a telecommunication provider that will use satellite compulsory registration apply for satellite use in writing to the Minister.
.,, (2) the petition as in subsection (1) at least contains the technical parameters which includes the satellite in an orbit location plan, area coverage, and radio frequencies to be used.
Article 33,, (1) the Minister as Indonesia's Telecommunications Administration to register the plan of the use of satellite to International telecommunication Union.
.,, (2) the registration referred to in subsection (1) to follow the stages of initial publication, coordination, and notifications.
Article 34.,, (1) the Minister establishes the use of a satellite in an orbit location for the Organization of telecommunications.
.,, (2) the validity period of the use of a satellite in an orbit location in accordance with age and can be extended.
.,, (3) the determination of the use of a satellite in an orbit location for organizing telecommunications cannot be transferred.
The second part of the costs of the use of Satellite Orbits (BHP) Article 35.,, (1) Satellite Telecommunication provider which uses the location of the satellite in its orbit is obligated to pay for the right to use a satellite's orbit.
.,, (2) the magnitude of the cost of satellite orbit usage rights referred to in subsection (1) is set by government regulations.
.,, (3) in the determination of the magnitude of the cost of satellite orbit usage rights, note components:.,, a. registration fee;

b. the cost of coordination.
.,, (4) the cost of satellite orbit usage rights subject to one (1) times during the age of satellite and paid in advance.
.,, (5) the provisions concerning the procedures for the payment of the cost of satellite orbit usage rights referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Minister.
Chapter V SUPERVISION and CONTROL Article 36.,, (1) the Minister is to conduct surveillance and control of the use of radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbits or.
.,, (2) monitoring and control as mentioned in subsection (1) done with the observation, monitoring, and action.
.,, (3) the provisions concerning the procedures for monitoring and control as referred to in subsection (1) is set by a decision of the Minister.
Article 37.,, (1) the user of radio frequencies should report the occurrence of interference against radio frequency to the Minister.
.,, (2) the Minister is undertaking efforts to overcome interference referred to in subsection (1) in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation.
Article 38, (1) in terms of the sources of radio frequency interference comes from other countries, Ministers exercise the coordination with the country of origin of the disorder.

.,, (2) the Minister and the Telecommunications Administration of the country of origin of interference referred to in subsection (1) did the joint efforts to cope with radio frequency interference.
.,, (3) the Minister reported the occurrence of radio frequency interference, and to report the results of radio frequency interference mitigation to the International Telecommunication Union.
CHAPTER VII PROVISIONS COVER Article 39 of this Regulation comes into force on September 8, 2000.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Regulation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

.,, Set in Jakarta on 11 July 2000 the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of IDONESIA, ABDURRAHMAN WAHID Enacted in Jakarta on 11 July 2000 the STATE SECRETARY DJOHAN EFFENDI of INDONESIA, STATE GAZETTE EXTRA RI No. 3981 (explanation of the 2000 State Gazette Number 108) EXPLANATION of GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 53 in 2000 on the USE of RADIO FREQUENCY SPECTRUM and SATELLITE ORBITS, PUBLIC, radio frequency Spectrum and satellite orbit was a limited natural resource and the use of radio frequency spectrum should be peruntukkannya and not interfere with each other, given the nature of the radio-frequency spectrum can propagate in all directions without the boundaries of the country.
.,, The natural resources need to be managed and arranged its construction in order to obtain the optimal benefits having regard to national and international legal norms such as the Constitution and Convention of the International telecommunication Union Radio Regulations as well.
.,, In order setting the management and construction of the natural resources referred to, it was felt necessary to set it in government regulation.
.,, In this Government Regulation confirmed that construction of the use of radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbits, performed by the Minister. This is due to the radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbit was a limited natural resource. Therefore, there may need to be planning against the use of the natural resources referred to.
.,, The use of radio frequency spectrum for the Organization of telecommunications be obliged to get permission of the Minister. As for the use of mandatory registration apply for satellite use of satellites to the Minister. The use of the radio frequency spectrum and towards the use of satellite location on orbit usage fee adjustment is defined by government regulations.
.,, Against the use of the radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbit monitoring and control is done by the Minister.
.,, In terms of the presence of radio-frequency interference, users of radio frequencies should report it to the Minister. And Ministers will make the effort of improvement against the disorder.
., When the source of disturbance derived from other countries then Minister do the coordination with the country's Telecommunications Administration interference.

The SAKE ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1, article 2, clear enough, clear enough, article 3, paragraph (1), clear Enough, paragraph (2) letter a,,.,, satellite Location in orbit the satellite position is where the satellite in an orbit both geostationary and non-geostationary. To get the location of the satellite in orbit required registration process to the International Telecommunication Union Telecommunication Administration by Indonesia. The letter b, Letter c, quite clearly, is the utilization of radio frequency usage among others together (sharing), and the determination of the allocation of the radio frequency again in accordance with technological developments (reallocation). D., letter, quite clearly the letter e, letter f, clear enough, clear enough, the letter g., Monitoring, observation and curbing intended among other things to provide protection to users of the frequency spectrum of adverse disturbances.

Article 4, article 5, pretty clear., paragraph (1), the radio frequency allocation table, is a cable containing the allocated radio frequency bands in detail based on Department-Department as listed on the International Radio Regulations (the Radio Regulations). Radio frequency allocation table for Indonesia are set with reference to the international table of frequency allocation for region 3 (Region 3) in accordance with the provisions of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). Subsection (2), clearly Enough, article 6, letter a., of planning the use of the frequency bands is a division of radio frequency bands in the allocation of radio frequencies for telecommunications purposes rather than telecommunications. The letter b., of planning the use of the radio frequency channel intended to establish the working frequency of a radio station.

Article 7, paragraph (1).,, is the incoming reports and reports to the outside is a notification to the relevant authorities in this respect the sovereign Harbour (port authority) in time and about the closest to foreign-flagged vessels outside of the territorial waters of Indonesia.

Article 8, article 9, sufficiently clear., paragraph (1).,, is the incoming reports and reports to the outside is notice to the organizers of the flight navigation services through a radio communication service moving flight about to enter and to foreign civil aircraft outside of the airspace of Indonesia. Paragraph (2) and (3), article 10, is clear enough, clear enough, article 11, paragraph (1), is, quite obviously, subsection (2), Planning and use of the above, the location of the radio frequency bands allocated for the activities of the operaisonal defense. Paragraph (3), Planning and use of the above, the location of the radio frequency bands allocated to the operational activities of security.

Article 12, Article 13 clearly, simply,, subsection (1), in the framework of planning and allocation of the use of radio frequency bands or frequency of the radio channel, such as setting up a radio station for the purposes of the defence of State security, the Commander of the National Army Chief of police of the Republic of Indonesia or Indonesia should notify the use of radio frequencies to the Minister for the purposes of planning the use of the radio frequency spectrum nationally. Paragraph (2) and (3), clause 14 is quite clear., paragraph (1).,, is the use of joint (sharing) is the use of radio frequencies that are the same for two or more radio communications service. Paragraph (2) and (3), quite obviously, subsection (4), the International Provisions, the definition refers to the regulations established by the International telecommunication Union.

15. Article,, is the distinction of time (time separation) for use along with, among others, the operating time differencing is a radio device. And the distinction of the territory (the spatial separation), among others, is the distinction between the location and direction of the antenna radiation pattern distinction. As well as the distinction of technology (technology separation), among others, is the polarization of distinction and discrimination on access code (Code Division Multiple Access/CDMA).

Article 16,, is the coordination is the process of exploitation of the possibilities of joint use of the radio frequency bands and radio frequency or channel through the calculation of technical radio frequency interference between two or more Telecommunications Administration.

Coordination is covered:.,, a. coordination between users of the radio frequency bands and radio frequency or channel terrestrial-terrestrial;
.,, b. coordination between users of the radio frequency bands and radio frequency or channel satellite terrestrial;
.,, c. coordination between users of the radio frequency bands and radio frequency or channel satellites.

Article 17, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), permission to use the radio frequency spectrum in the form of radio frequency bands intended for the purposes of certain telecommunications systems that require a specific radio frequency bandwidth. While permission to use radio frequencies in the form of a radio frequency channel intended for telecommunication system of point to point (point-to-point) or point to multipoint (point-to-multipoint) that requires only a single channel radio frequency. Paragraph (3), it is pretty clear, Article 18, paragraph (1) and (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), Yangdimaksud, with another radio station is a radio station that has possess permits. Subsection (4), the definition of technical parameters, among others, include the emissivity, radio frequency, the area of coverage, the direction of the measured radiant, reinforcement of the antenna (antenna gain), and geographical location.

Article 19,, is the result of technical analysis is the result of the calculation of the technical parameters.

Article 20, paragraph (1), the activities of the temporary is an activity that uses the radio frequency spectrum is less than 1 (one) year, for example, State activities, research or exhibition national or international scale. Paragraph (2) s/d (4), Article is quite clear, 21 and 22, is quite clear, Article 23, paragraph (1), all time conduct, permission to use a radio frequency evaluation conducted periodically in order to obtain an overview of service performance to the community in order to input his judgement. The results of the assessment are the inputs to consideration of a decision to permit termination or extension. Subsection (2), section 24, is clear enough, clear enough, Article 25, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), permit, in principle radio station cannot be transferred. However, in the event that the ownership of the company transferred and or there is a merger between two or more companies, then the transfer of the permit radio stations made possible after obtaining the approval of the Minister.

26. Article,, is quite clear, article 27, paragraph (1), the radio frequency allocation Adjustments, made possible because of the development and changes in technology. Adjustment of the provisions in question are the result of the study of the Convention was agreed upon, and implemented, poured in the provision. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), the frequency reallocation, plans have to be implemented as early as possible to minimize the costs that can be incurred due to the reallocation process.

Article 28

.,, Reparations or the magnitude of the cost to replace radio frequency reallocation rupi result set based on agreements between users of the radio frequency spectrum of the old and new users of the radio frequency spectrum.

Article 29 and 30.,, is quite clear, article 31, paragraph (1), letter a, letter b, quite clearly, the user, the type of radio frequency spectrum for the purpose of special service includes, among others, anstronomi, cruise and flight navigation, search and rescue (SAR) frequency monitoring national Hall, safety services, meteorology and Geophysics, and remote sensing. The letters c, a, is the principle of reciprocity is a mutual agreement between Indonesia with other countries to free up radio frequency spectrum usage fees for connection to and or from the country of origin.

Who is the representative of a foreign country including agency/organization of the world under the United Nations and regional organizations such as ASEAN official. Subsection (2), Article is quite clear, 32 and 33, Article is quite clear, 34, paragraph (1), the determination of the location of use, the satellite in an orbit based on the results of the use of satellite and plans coordination with the administration of Telecommunications of other countries. In terms of the coordination of the satellite was not completed entirely, permission to use a radio frequency to a segment of the earth can be given to the terms of coordination remains continued until the finish. Paragraph (2).,, age is the time of the satellite satellite function allocation accordingly. Extension of the use of satellite location on a fixed orbit through the stages in accordance with the International telecommunication Union. Paragraph (3), the right to use, basically the satellite in an orbit location is on Indonesia's Telecommunications Administration.

Article 35, paragraph (1) and (2), quite obviously, subsection (3).,, letter a., of the registration fee the registration fee is the location of the satellite in orbit to the International Telecommunication Union. The letter b., Coordination, that question is the coordination of frequencies with the administration of telecommunications of other countries. Subsection (4) and (5), Article 36 is quite clear, s/d 39.,, is quite clear

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