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Pakistan installs frequency management system

NEW DELHI, India-Pakistan has installed a modern national frequency management system with World Bank assistance, officials stated in the country’s capital of Islamabad.

The National Frequency Monitoring and Management System (NFMMS) has been set up with a US$25 million grant provided by the World Bank. Most of the funds have been invested in purchasing the latest frequency control equipment and staff training.

According to Naseem Ahmad Vohra, director general of license enforcement for the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), NFMMS will help improve the services of mobile-phone companies, which have close to 1 million subscribers in the country.


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