State Radio Regulation of China
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The State Radio Regulation of China (abbreviated as SRRC) is the radio regulation authority of the People's Republic of China with responsibilities including spectrum management and frequency allocation. It is referred to variously as a bureau or office under the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. The State Radio Monitoring Center (SRMC) / the State Radio Spectrum Management Center (SRSMC) are two technical centers supporting the SRRC. In contrast the National Radio and Television Administration regulates radio and other media content.
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- "Radio Spectrum Management in China" (PDF). International Telecommunication Union.
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