A service which uses omnidirectional microwave signals to deliver video programs to subscribers.
Telecoms and media—Pakistan—Q&A guide [Archived] This Practice Note contains a jurisdiction-specific Q&A guide to telecoms and media in Pakistan published as part of the Lexology Getting the Deal Through series by Law Business Research (published: March 2020). Authors: RIAA Barker Gillette—Mustafa Munir Ahmed; Saira Khalid Khan 1. Summarise the regulatory framework for the communications sector. Do any foreign ownership restrictions apply to communications services? The Pakistan Telecommunication PTA (PTA) is the regulatory body for the telecom sector in Pakistan and was established under the Pakistan Telecommunication (Re-organization) Act 1996 (the PTA Act). PTA has the mandate to regulate the establishment, operation and maintenance of telecommunication systems and the provision of the telecommunications services in Pakistan, which are regulated in terms of the PTA Act and the rules, regulations and guidelines framed thereunder (the PTA Laws). For the purposes of the foregoing: • 'telecommunication system' includes any electrical, electro-magnetic electronic, optical or optio-electronic system for the emission, conveyance, switching or reception of any intelligence within, or into, or from, Pakistan, whether or not that intelligence is subjected to rearrangement, computation or any other process in the course of operation of the system, and includes a cable transmission system, a cable television transmission system and terminal equipment; and • 'telecommunication service' includes a service consisting of the emission, conveyance, switching or reception of any intelligence within, into or from Pakistan by any electrical,
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