TALLINN, December 27. / TASS /. Representatives of the competent authorities of Estonia and Russia held talks in December, during which they discussed the use of radio frequencies. This was announced on Monday by the press service of the Consumer Protection and Technical Supervision Department of the Estonian Consumer Protection and Technical Supervision Department.
As the department told the agency BNS, negotiations were held from 14 to 16 December via video link.
The message states that “The goal was the technical coordination of the use of radio frequencies in the border areas by concluding agreements and coordination agreements that will provide better conditions for building domestic communication networks,” the message says. neighboring country international practice requires the use of frequencies. “
Following the meeting, the parties agreed on amendments to the agreement on the first 3G mobile communications (1900/2100 MHz), which will allow better implementation of 5G technologies in this area, the message says.
“The meeting also discussed several other agreements on mobile communications, including the future 5G 700 MHz and 26 GHz bands, for which proposals from the Estonian side are expected,” the ministry said. They did not reach an agreement, since the technical plans for the use of this band are very different. “
Also during the meeting, a possible transition to the new DVB-T2 standard for digital television and other issues were discussed. According to the report, the meeting was scheduled back in 2019, but was repeatedly postponed due to restrictions due to the spread of the coronavirus.