Specific guidelines for the use of spectrum during the Rio 2016 Games
Follow this page to obtain specific regulatory guidelines related to the planning and use of spectrum during the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Access the Radiofrequency Spectrum Management Plan for the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games and get more information about:
- Authorization for temporary use of radiofrequencies (UTE);
- Test and tagging procedures (T&T);
- Interference monitoring and management.
Dedicated contact to serve the Olympic or Paralympic Family in Rio 2016 Games*
If your organization is part of the Olympic or Paralympic Family, there is a dedicated email on Rio 2016, the Organizing Committee of this great event in Brazil, to clarify doubts regarding the spectrum use in the Games:
Also, follow the Newsletters published by Rio 2016 in the "Spectrum Documents" section of the Organizing Committee website.
Spectrum Control Plan for Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games
The Spectrum Control Plan establishes the procedures for monitoring and control of the spectrum, observing the definition of the Radiofrequency Spectrum Management Plan.
The process of spectrum monitoring and control by Anatel during the Rio 2016 Games has the following purposes:
Securing the observance of the currently-in-force national legislation and regulations;
Taking actions, in a preventive way, by means of monitoring the spectrum and controlling the access of radiofrequency emitting equipment to the places where the event will be performed, inclusively through Testing and Tagging procedures;
Assuring the effective management of harmful interferences along the Rio 2016 Games, guaranteeing to the users a quality spectrum.