By Rashid Shirinov
Azerbaijan and Georgia have once again agreed a procedure for the use of frequency resources in border areas.
The sides held monitoring of used communication channels of the GSM and CDMA standards, and signed agreement at the end, a source in the telecommunication market of Azerbaijan told Trend on September 23.
The agreement provides for streamlining radio frequency spectrum use and reduction of the probability of interference by radio-electronic means in the border areas. According to the agreement, the parties will equitably use the frequency spectrum of GSM and CDMA connection.
A similar agreement was signed between Azerbaijan and Iran in April 2016. The agreement was aimed at addressing the cases of frequencies intersection, as well as to ensure the normal operation of mobile communication in border areas.
There is also an agreement with Russia signed in 2010.