Designing a Spectrum Allocation Chart for Nigeria

Bello N.* and Edeko F. O

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria

*Corresponding Author: nosabello@uniben.edu

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 Vol. 5 No. 2  | October 2021 | Pages 320 – 328 |   Cite this article

https://doi.org/10.36263/nijest.2021.02.0277

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The regulation of the radio spectrum today by government agencies addresses the issue of interference between radio stations by allocating, allotting and registering bands of radio-frequencies. The framework of management is done at the international, regional and national level. With this paper, we present a study of the radio spectrum allocation policies in some leading countries and Nigeria. However, narrowing the study down to the detailed design of spectrum allocation charts. The study used the information in the national table of frequency allocation (NTFA) to design the spectrum allocation chart of Nigeria with Photoshop application. The spectrum allocation chart was designed with high resolution for high zoom capabilities so that researchers can gain a quick overview of the radio services allocated in the radio spectrum in Nigeria.

Keywords: ITU, NTFA, spectrum allocation chart, frequency allocation chart, spectrum chart, NCC

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Bello N. and Edeko F. O., 2021. Designing a Spectrum Allocation Chart for Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Environmental Sciences and Technology, 5(2), pp. 320-328. https://doi.org/10.36263/nijest.2021.02.0277


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