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Removal of Morse code requirement from Regulations to the Radio & Telegraph Control Act

Parliament, as at July 2017, has approved amendments to the Radio and Telegraph Control (Amateur Radio Service) Regulations and the Radio and Telegraph Control (Radio Operations and Technicians) Regulations of 1974, by removing the requirement for Amateur Operators and Radio Operators and Technicians to be proficient in the use of Morse Code in order to be licensed. 

Invitation for expressions of interest in providing consultancy services

The Government of Jamaica through its Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining (MSTEM) now invites Expressions of Interest to provide consultancy services under the project “Enhancing the Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) Regulatory Environment in Jamaica.”

List of Equipment Seized Under the Radio and Telegraph Control Act

Seized Equipment The SMA in collaboration with the Postmaster General, hereby advise that since 2002, telecommunications equipment were seized pursuant to the Radio and Telegraph Control Act.

Notice - Attention Users of the Radio Frequency Spectrum

The Spectrum Management Authority (SMA) is the regulatory body with responsibility for the management of the Radio Frequency Spectrum in Jamaica, on behalf of the Government of Jamaica. In carrying out its mandate, the Authority is guided by the Telecommunications Act, 2000.

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