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* Please note that the TRA is the ultimate authority on all terms and conditions related to frequency spectrum allocation and issuing of licenses. Any information presented here is only for reference. Please contact Ariba Celcom for additional assistance with the TRA application process.

TRA Licensing & Frequency Spectrum Authorisation

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All radio communication used within the UAE requires authorisation from the TRA. Ariba Celcom can assist with the application process, but all fees must be paid directly by the end user.

Ariba Celcom follows all TRA rules to ensure that all radio communication sold by our company for use within the UAE is properly licensed as per TRA regulations.

The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) was established according to the UAE Federal Law by Decree No. 3 of 2003 – Telecom Law. The TRA is responsible for the management of every aspect of the telecommunications and information technology industries in the UAE, including radio communication.

The following documents may be of use when applying for a TRA license*:
Complete details of spectrum fees are outlined on the TRA Website, but generally they can be assumed to be as follows for private mobile radios in an urban city within one Emirate (depending on power factor): AED 500 Application Fee + AED 500 per piece of Wireless Equipment (i.e. handheld radio, mobile radio, repeater) + AED 500 per Channel (6.25 kHz bandwidth equivalents each)
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Ariba Celcom is also a proud partner of Emirates Amateur Radio Society (EARS). For information about the use and licensing of amateur radios, please visit EARS website or call +971 6 558 7340.