National Frequency Allocation Table
The National Frequency Allocation Table (NFAT) details how the various frequency bands are used in Ghana (referred to as ‘allocations’). It provides the framework within which frequency assignments are to be made for all radio services in Ghana.
The NFAT may be amended as a result of changes in the National Communications Authority’s Licensing decisions, or in accordance to changes to the Radio Regulations made by the World Radiocommunication Conferences (WRC) of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), where these affect the NFAT, or in accordance with the application of any other national frequency decisions.
Direct references have been made within the NFAT to the footnotes in the Radio Regulations that apply to radio services in Ghana. Where the provisions of the Radio Regulation differ from those NFAT, those of the latter will apply.
The NFAT does not infer any right for use of radio services or equipment, which must be authorized in accordance with the relevant licensing requirements.