Content (of TSMS)

The installation and operation of TSMS ensures:

  • Identification of emissions that are not authorized/licensed or exceed the coverage specifications as envisaged in the national planning
  • Identification of emissions that do not fulfill the technical specifications stipulated in their respective licenses
  • Detection of interference from authorized/licensed or non-authorized/unlicensed transmitters
  • Wide geographical, technological and spectral coverage of the Greek territory and the rapid intervention of EETT’s personnel in order to resolve interference issues especially to critical Services
  • Compliance with the terms/conditions pertaining to the use of spectrum in order to achieve coordination at an international level

Provides important information regarding:

  • Dynamic performance and spectrum utilization
  • Granting new rights of use for frequencies
  • Development of novel, more efficient spectrum management models
  • Knowledge and understanding of the effects due to propagation and interference

Through the above:

  • The allotment and/or allocation of frequencies is ensured to be operational in addition to be theoretically permissible
  • Interference is detected and terminated in a timely manner at a local, regional and international level
  • An up-to-date database and a record of historical frequency usage is created
  • The quality of reception of broadband signals (television and radio) is monitored and ensured
  • Useful elements are derived pertaining to the study on the introduction of new services and novel use of spectrum, at the level of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
  • Full adherence to the pertinent legal/regulatory framework, and the stipulations of the granted rights of use for frequencies, is readily imposed
  • National entities are supported in their efforts to identify policies as well as plan and launch initiatives in various national economy sectors including the electronic communications, and the content/information/entertainment sectors, which directly and/or indirectly benefit the consumer

TSMS is composed of the following subsystems:

  • Fixed and Mobile Monitoring Stations
  • Portable Direction-Finding systems in conjunction with Monitoring Receivers
  • Ultralight Monitoring Receivers
  • Portable Spectrum Analyzers
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Drones)
  • HF Direction-Finding ground-based station
  • Service Quality Measurement System for Digital Broadcast
  • Wireless Network supporting Voice Communication demands for Spectrum Monitoring
  • Wireless Network supporting secure Data Interconnection of Spectrum Monitoring Stations
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