In ZL a man has been sentenced for supplying illegal radio jamming transmitters after a combined effort between government agencies.
The man admitted supplying radio jammers and transmitting outside the terms of his radio licence and was fined $2000 in Porirua District Court last month.
This is a good example of government agencies working together to reduce crime in the community, says Radio Spectrum Management National Compliance Manager, Chris Brennan.
Radio jammers are increasingly being used as part of criminal activity. Our team of inspectors works hard to stop criminals getting access to this type of equipment.
New Zealand’s Ministry of Economic Development laid charges under the Radio Communications Act after Police found the transmitters during a house search for drugs.

do you need to show apparatus assignment to buy a transceiver here in Malaysia ?
adakah kita perlu untuk menunjukkan penguntukan radas semasa membeli radio di Malaysia ?


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