Unified Access License Agreement

Q. Meet the remote access (AR) requirements. (iii) Regular surprise checks may be carried out by the licensee or by its licensed military and/or security representatives/authorities to ensure compliance with the above conditions by the licensee. In the event of an infringement, the terms of the licence agreement are strictly applicable, including the imposition of a fine. 43.6A. After two years of audits, the licensee performs self-certifications in accordance with the body approved from time to time by the Telecommunications Technology Centre (TEC) or by any other agency approved by the licensee for compliance with the limits/values for antennas (base station emissions) for general public exposure, in accordance with the conditions set out in the Procedures of the Technical Telecommunications Centre (TEC) /or another agency authorised by the licensee for, from time to time, compliance with limits/values for antennas (emissions of base stations) for general public exposure, in accordance with the pre-established provisions of the International Commission for the Protection of Non-Iionizing Radiation (ICNIRP). These limit/level values are presented below: 26.3 The provision and installation of equipment for interconnection depends on the agreement between the parties involved. (x) At the request of the licensee or another agency approved by the licensee, the licensee may indicate the geographical location of each participant (BTS site) on a given date. There are some important clauses in this agreement, which are like: Currently, the licensee should ensure appropriate redundancy throughout the chain of surveillance devices for incident-free surveillance operations of at least 480 simultaneous calls in accordance with thought requirements, with at least 30 simultaneous calls required for each of the designated security services/prosecutions. Each licensee`s mobile switching centre (MSC) in the watershed must have the capacity to provide at least 3,000 monitoring numbers.

There are currently 10 (ten) designated security and law enforcement services. The aforementioned provisions relating to the capacity and no of the designated security and law enforcement authorities may, at any time, be amended separately by the licensee by the granting of instructions. 23.7 Use of 3G frequencies: the licensee is also entitled to: to use the 3G frequency block (as stipulated in the Memorandum of Understanding) for the provision of telecommunications access services according to the “licence volume” in the calendar and Article 2 of the UAS license agreement from the date of the award of the commercial right of exploitation of the 3G spectrum, September 1, 2010, until the validity of the UAS licence agreement. i.e. for a period of twenty (twenty) years from September 1, 2010, if the date is earlier, subject to compliance with the following conditions: (i) the policyholder has the right to use services through the use of any type of network equipment, including switches and/or parcels; international standards bodies such as 3GPP/3GPP/ETSI/IETF/ANSI/TIA/IS 41.1 , depending on the specific situation of the government, depending on the specific situation, at the relevant time for the government, to combat espionage, subversive acts, sabotage or other illegal activities. 26.8 In its respective interconnection agreements, the licensee develops appropriate regular billing agreements with other licensed service providers.