Bosnia and Herzegovina

 
Communications Regulatory Agency
 

Mehmeda Spahe 1,

71000, Sarajevo,

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tel:033 250 600 
Fax: 033 713 080
info@rak.ba
www.rak.ba

The Communications Regulatory Agency (the Agency) was founded on March 2nd of 2001 by merging the two existing regulatory authorities: the Independent Media Commission (IMC) and the Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (TRA). The Agency is a convergent regulator, reflecting the merging of technologies in the telecommunications and broadcasting.

The Communications Regulatory Agency is an independent institution of Bosnia and Herzegovina operating at the national level by applying the Law on Communications of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in accordance with the general principles of objectivity, transparency, and nondiscrimination, and is fully independent in its decision-making.

In accordance with the Law on Communications of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the responsibilities of the Communications Regulatory Agency are: the creation and promotion of rules in the broadcasting and telecommunications sectors, the licensing of operators in the broadcasting and telecommunications sectors, the planning, management and allocation of the frequency spectrum, the implementation of technical and other standards relating to quality, and the establishment and maintenance of the license fee system.

The Law on Communications of Bosnia and Herzegovina defines the mandate and the responsibilities of the Communications Regulatory Agency. It gives the Communications Regulatory Agency the authority to regulate the convergent market of broadcasting and telecommunications and to manage the radio frequency spectrum.

CRA launches public consultation on the draft Rule on the use of the radio frequency band 1452-1492 MHz for MFCN SDL

 Sarajevo, 8 May 2018 - In accordance with the conclusions of the 36th session of the Council of the Communications Regulatory Agency (CRA), held on April 23, 2018, the Agency launches public consultation on the draft Regulation regarding the use of the radio frequency band 1452-1492 MHz for the MFCN SDL.

By means of this Regulation, the Agency will prescribe the technical framework for use in accordance with the harmonized conditions at the CEPT level, defining the basic technical requirements and limitations for MFCN base stations. Read more, on CRA's website, here...


CRA launches public consultation on the draft Rule on the use of the radio frequency band 1452-1492 MHz for MFCN SDL

Sarajevo, 8 May 2018 - In accordance with the conclusions of the 36th session of the Council of the Communications Regulatory Agency (CRA), held on April 23, 2018, the Agency launches public...

CRA participated in the SEDDIF meeting

Sarajevo, 20 December 2017 - At the South European Digital Dividend Implementation Forum (SEDDIF), the Communications Regulatory Agency (CRA) signed a framework agreement with the countries of...

Bilateral and Multilateral Agreements signed – SEDDIF activities completed

Belgrade, 8 December 2017 - Bilateral meetings attended by thirteen out of the fourteen member countries of SEDDIF (South European Digital Dividend Implementation Forum) were held on December 5,...