The Agency may require changes to be made to the conditions of operation of the networks, in particular:
– Following a revision of international regulations and the need to comply with them;
– Following the adoption of new provisions and rules for the use of frequencies or new planning;
– As a result of interference on a frequency channel which necessitates a new assignment of frequencies for the continued operation of the network; or
– For national defence or public security purposes.
In the cases referred to in paragraph 1 above, the authorisation holder must make the prescribed changes within the time limits set by the Agency. He shall inform the Agency of the measures taken to apply the changes prescribed, no later than fifteen (15) days after their implementation.
The holder of an authorisation must, on simple notification to the Agency, modify at its own expense the technical characteristics of its equipment in the event of a change in the frequencies assigned to its network or in the minimum regulatory standards imposed on the equipment.
Independent private networks may be connected to electronic communications networks open to the public, provided that they do not allow the exchange of electronic communications between persons other than those for whom use of the independent network is reserved.
Any breach of the provisions of paragraph 1 above will result in the cancellation of the authorisation, without prejudice to any legal proceedings that may be taken against the authorisation holder etc.