Radio Regulations

Posted by Juan on January 22, 2016as

" A large and qualified delegation of Argentina participated in the meeting held in the U.S., at which established the necessary protection of the confidentiality of telecommunications, called the Radio Regulations annexed to the Convention to the International Telecommunication Union (National Law 23 478), related to the United Nations Charter (Art. 41). Since then and in every international meeting of the International Radio Consultative Committee (ITU-R), the plenipotentiaries confirmed and not edit it pertains to confidentiality with the duty of caring for the States Members of the entity. In the case of radio links, it should be noted today that there is a significant data traffic (Internet) using wireless, point-point or point-area (spread spectrum: 2486 giga hertz or a 5 giga hertz – and "high density "above the 3.4 giga hertz, more than 10 giga hertz) Law 19.798, makes explicit reference to the actions of interference (negative) or the interception and regulates the Radio Regulations is part of the text of the Telecommunications Act itself . Consideration should also note that in the broadcast services (Transmit-receive) are verified means of transmission and spread spectrum modulation (where perhaps only a technical check would verify the existence of "noise"), Frequency hopping, ionospheric scatter propagation, tropospheric scatter propagation or meteor burst, and others intercontinental range, contending or not encrypted traffic officer safety, crime prevention, or legitimate private or services classified as open to the public or contending financially sensitive information, linking natural or legal persons. It is necessary to distinguish that the prohibition to decrypt traffic emissions by radio control, could not prevent the reception and decryption of the topographic location of a broadcast, in degrees minutes and seconds in latitude and longitude, could identify a national or international issuer.