OFCOM

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OFCOM

abbreviation for OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS.
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David Hendon, chief executive of the Radiocommunications Agency, said: "This conviction is a tribute to the hard and demanding work of our staff, who are committed to keeping the airwaves clean."
"Surveys by both the Radiocommunications Agency and our own contractor clearly indicate signal strength has been restored.
Susie said men from the government-run Radiocommunications Agency told her they had been tracing the signal for a week.
The Radiocommunications Agency in the UK has awarded a contract to ERA Technology for the study of the effect of buildings on spectrum efficiency.
Ofcom will take up the reins in December from Oftel, the Independent Television Commission, Broadcasting Standards Commission, Radio Authority and the Radiocommunications Agency. Ofcom's shadow content board, which will drop the 'shadow' qualifier once legislation is passed to give the watchdog its powers, will regulate output from all privately owned broadcasters and some matters relating to the BBC.
The study was carried out by the Radiocommunications Agency, an arm of the DTI.
Mr Alexander said that the tests carried out by the Radiocommunications Agency will continue this year.
People in the north-west of the city have complained of TV interference and have contacted the Radiocommunications Agency for advice.
The UK Radiocommunications Agency has added a new facility called Sitefinder to its web site at http://www.radio.gov.uk.
The new probe is being carried out by experts from the Radiocommunications Agency - a branch of the Department of Trade and Industry.
The auction of next generation licences ground to a halt when the phones failed at the Radiocommunications Agency's London HQ.