SEOUL: The Communications Regulatory Agency (CRA) participated in the Global Spectrum Management Forum 2022 hosted by the Central Radio Management Service (CRMS) of the Ministry of Science and Information and Communications on September 6-7, 2022 in Seoul, South Korea .
The forum was attended by a large number of radio spectrum management stakeholders from around the world, many experts from various international organizations, and other stakeholders in the field of radio spectrum monitoring.
During its attendance at the forum, CRA unveiled a radio spectrum monitoring network prepared for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, which will be hosted by Qatar in November and December of this year.
During the presentation, the CRA explained its readiness and readiness to monitor the radio spectrum through strategic projects carried out over the past few years, highlighting the most important equipment to be used during the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar. provided an overview of the system. Planned activities undertaken to complete a radio spectrum monitoring network using state-of-the-art technology to monitor the use of the radio spectrum and ensure the protection of all services, systems and networks used. In addition to the considerations, this is the first experience in the history of hosting a World Cup from a radio spectrum management and monitoring perspective.
CRA will upgrade the Automatic Frequency Management System (AFMS), augment fixed and mobile monitoring stations, and upgrade the existing system and install several remote sensor units to improve the drone detection system and mobile network service quality. In addition to the measurement system, a radio spectrum sensor monitoring station covering all the main venues of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 main venues.
CRA is also running a Space Radio Surveillance System project that will be completed in November 2022 and will be used in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar.