Application for New "Communications and Broadcasting Development Business Plan" Authorized
-- Business plan by REALUS INC. in communications and broadcasting fields was authorized --
Number of Broadband Service Subscribers (as of September 2005)
MIC to Receive Applications for Registration of Wireless Access System Radio Stations Using Frequencies between 4,900 MHz through 5,000 MHz Bands in Kanto, Tokai and Kinki Areas
Public Comments to Be Invited on ''Draft MIC Ordinance to Amend Part of the Regulations for Enforcement of the Radio Law'' and ''Draft MIC Ordinance to Amend Part of the Regulations for Enforcement of the Broadcast Law'' -- Preparation of the provisions for ensuring effectiveness on foreign investment regulations on broadcasters --
Public Comments on Partial Amendment to the Examination Standards Relating to the Radio Law
-- For Prevention of Interference with Radio Astronomy and for Expansion of Use of Customer-Owned and Maintained Wireless Communications Systems --
Number of IP Telephony Subscriptions in Use Close to 10-million Mark
(as of September 2005)
''Advanced Radio Technology Symposium 2005'' to Be Convened
INFORMATION on subscribers of Cellular telephone ,Pager and PHS(Personal Handy-phone System) in Japan
Public Comments to Be Invited on Authorizations of Applications for Amendment of Articles of Agreement Concerning Interconnection to Category I Designated Telecommunications Facilities for NTT East and NTT West
-- Adjustment through Actual Traffic Data Concerning FY2004 Interconnection Charges --
Functions for Number Portability to Be Added
-- Authorizations of Changes to Interconnection Tariffs Concerning Category I Designated Telecommunications Facilities of NTT East and NTT West --
Report from the Information and Communications Council
Public Comments to Be Invited on Amendment of the "Rules for Interconnection Charges"
WSIS Tunis Phase Concluded Successfully-- "Tunis Commitment" and "Tunis Agenda for the Information Society" Adopted --
Draft Final Report Compiled by ''Study Group for Wireless Broadband Promotion'' and Invitation of Public Comments Thereon
Release of "Basic Approach of Competition Review in the Telecommunications Field" and "FY2005 Details for Implementation of Competition Review in the Telecommunications Field"
Public Comments to Be Invited on "Licensing Procedures For Introducing High-speed and Large-capacity Maritime Satellite Communications Systems" and MIC Notices Related Thereto
-- Communications Industry Forecasts of Business Conditions --Telecommunications Business Shows Continuous Growth;Commercial Broadcasters Still Sluggish
"Symposium Commemorating Vicennial of Telecommunications Liberalization" to Be Convened -- Review the Past, Study the Present and Foresee the Future --
Program ''e-Net-Caravan'' to Start for Providing Internet Safety/Security Lectures Geared toward Teachers And Parents
Criteria for Calibration of Measuring Instrument to Be Used by Registered Inspectors, Etc. to Be Amended -- Results of Public Comments on Draft MIC Instruction for Amending the ''Examination Standards Relating to the Radio Law'' --
Technical Regulations, Etc. for 1.7 GHz Band IMT-2000 (FDD system) and 2 GHz Band IMT-2000 (TDD system) to Be Drawn up
-- Report from the Radio Regulatory Council and Result of Public Comments on Draft MIC Ordinances for Amending Part of the "Rules for Regulating Radio Equipment", Etc. --
Provisional Licenses (Pre-permits) to Be Granted to 63 Broadcasters
Tunis Phase of World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) to Be Convened on November 16
Attestation of ''Establishment Plans'' Pursuant to the ''Establishment Guidelines for the Specified Base Stations'' Using 1.7 GHz or 2 GHz Bands -- Three New Cellular Telephone Companies to Enter Cellular Telephone Market --
Results of the 1st Japan-Australia ICT Policy Dialogue
Public Comments to Be Invited on Draft ''Rules for Enforcement of the Law on Identification of Cellular Phone Users by Mobile Operators and Prevention of Abusive Use of Cellular Phones''
Public Comments to Be Invited on Draft Agenda for the "Panel on Competition Rules as IP Evolves"