Sudan is a country located in East Africa and is one of the largest countries on the continent. The country has experienced political instability in recent years, with changes in governments and armed conflicts in certain regions. In this context, the regulation of signal jammers usage is of particular importance for maintaining security and public order.
In Sudan, the usage of signal jammers is regulated by the Telecommunications Act of 1996. This law prohibits the use of any telecommunications equipment that can cause harmful interference to public or private communications. Additionally, the Radio Frequencies Regulation Act of 2006 prohibits the use of signal jammers to disrupt security forces' communications.
The Telecommunications Act of 1996 came into effect on June 5, 1996, while the Radio Frequencies Regulation Act of 2006 came into effect on August 5, 2006.
The regulatory authority for telecommunications in Sudan is the Telecommunications and Posts Regulatory Authority (ARTP). This authority is responsible for managing the radio frequency spectrum, regulating telecommunications equipment, and issuing licenses to telecommunications service providers.
The usage of signal jammers is strictly prohibited in Sudan, except for authorized security forces within the scope of their official duties. Civilians and businesses are not allowed to use signal jammers. Violators of these laws may face severe penalties, including fines and imprisonment.
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