Nordicity is leading a project for the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) to develop a framework to minimize the cross border interference between beneficiary countries.
Posted by Nordicity in Ottawa on Nov 26, 2014

Nordicity is retained by the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) to “develop a framework to minimize the cross border interference between beneficiary countries,” with effect from Nov 26, 2014. The objective of this consultancy is to analyze and develop a framework to minimize cross border interference between beneficiary countries. The eight (8) beneficiary countries include: The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Jamaica, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago.

The CTU - as part of an overall initiative to modernize spectrum management across the Caribbean, has retained Nordicity to provide expert advice and recommendations in the following areas:

  • Analysis of cross border radio interference issues;
  • Development of a Framework to Minimize Cross Border Interference;
  • Development of Bi-lateral and regional agreements;
  • Identification of a regional coordination body to deal with cross-border interference; and
  • Development of a knowledge transfer and training and consensus-building session.