Posts Tagged ‘radio’

Huawei Announces Legal Truce With Motorola

U.S.-based Motorola Solutions Inc. has entered into an agreement with China’s Huawei Technologies Company Ltd. to settle all pending litigation between the two parties pending the satisfaction of certain conditions. “We regret that these disputes have occurred between our two companies. Motorola Solutions values the long-standing relationship we have had with Huawei. After reviewing the […]

China Provides Regulation Base For Radio Control

China’s State Council and Central Military Commission have jointly published “Regulations for Radio Control”, stating that starting from November 1, 2010, China can implement nationwide, cross-province, cross-autonomous-region, or cross-municipality radio control, for the sake of the security of the country. Under the regulations, on the requirements of maintaining national security, safeguarding major national tasks, and […]

Beijing Will Implement Radio Control During National Day Holiday

Companies operating in Beijing the past few weeks already know that life has been a hassle as the city prepares to celebrate the 60th anniversary of China. Businesses have been ordered closed on certain days, main thoroughfares have shuttered, and public transportation along some bus and subway lines has stopped. Now certain radio transmissions are […]

Radio Bands Will Be Controlled During The Olympics

The Olympic Radio Management Joint Office has issued a radio control order, which says that during the 2008 Olympic Games and the Paralympic Games, the radio transmitting equipment in Beijing will be controlled during eight time periods.

Radio Electromagnetism Environmental Protection Rule Put Into Practice In Yunnan

Yunnan Provincial Radio Electromagnetism Environment Protection Rule was formally enacted on June 1, 2008.

SARFT Begins Regulating Digital Audio Broadcasting

The State Administration of Radio Film and Television of China has issued a circular which asks that the management on the testing of Digital Audio Broadcasting be strengthened.

China Mobile Will Donate TD Mobile Phones To Olympics Organizing Committee

Wang Jianzhou, CEO of China Mobile (CHL), said at a press conference that China Mobile will serve the Beijing Olympic Games with its TD-SCDMA network and it will donate 15,000 TD-SCDMA mobile phones and the same amount of UCIM cards to Beijing Olympics Organizing Committee. Allies With 15 Broadcasting Stations

Chinese search engine provider (BIDU) announced that it had signed cooperation deals with 15 radio stations in China to provide free online listening service to netizens.