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Invitation for Bids (IFB) for Spectrum Monitoring System under Telecom Sector Reform Project; Closing Date 26th April 2016 2pm



The Posts and Telecommunications Department (PTD) under the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) now invites sealed bids from eligible Bidders for the Spectrum Monitoring System (SMS) as part of the Telecommunication Sector Reform Project.

 

The SMS consist of the following components:

  • A Monitoring Control Centre (MCC) in Naypyitaw at the headquarters of PTD. The MCC comprises the Spectrum Monitoring Subsystem.
  • The Spectrum Monitoring Subsystem includes the Control Stations (workstation(s)) and the Monitoring Software for: (i) the handling of the monitoring operations and missions, (ii) the remote operation of the Fixed Monitoring Stations (FMS) that will be installed in Yangon and Mandalay and or other major cities, (iii) the operation of the Mobile Monitoring Stations (MMS) throughout the country and (iv) the two-way transfer/archiving/reporting of data between the MCC and the Remote Monitoring Stations (FMS, MMS and TMS).
  • One (1) Fixed Monitoring Stations (FMS) Type I and Two (2) Fixed Monitoring Stations (FMS) Type II in Yangon, One (1) Fixed Monitoring Stations (FMS) Type I and Two (2) Fixed Monitoring Stations (FMS) Type II in Mandalay.

 

Bids shall be submitted to the following address by 2:00 PM (local time) on April 26, 2016.

 

Attn: Than Htun Aung (Mr.) Project Director,

Telecom Sector Reform Project Office Building No.2,

Ministry of Communications and Information Technology,

Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar.

Tel: _95 67407435 Fax:+9567407539

To get the completed set of bidding document in English please click here

 
 

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