The National Telecommunications Agency reports on Thursday, 21, having invested R $ 52.5 million last year in projects related to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
According to the agency, the investments contemplated spectrum management solution,backupdatabase, mobile radiolocation and radiomonitoring system, non-ionizing radiation monitoring, modernization of the national radiovideometry network, evaluation and coverage systems and quality of mobile services and high performance spectrum analyzers.
The solution acquired by Anatel covers the areas of management, control and licensing of the radio spectrum. All current workflows will be automated with the support of technical tools for analyzing interference and coexistence.
As a result, the expectation is that the service will generate a high degree of reliability and agility for licensing activities, especially during the period of major international events.
The solution provides technical tools that enable coverage, interference and coexistence studies, considering aspects of fixed or mobile networks. It also provides technical information to the whole society on the level of human exposure to electromagnetic fields, coverage of mobile networks and coverage of broadcasting systems.
Last year, R $ 6.8 million of investments planned for 2013 were advanced. As a result, the amount invested by the Agency increased in relation to the R $ 45.7 million initially forecast.
Day M Anatel Telecommunications