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Ganja RCS

The Station for Radio Control over Broadcasting in Ganja was constructed in October 2004 on the fifth floor of the Ganja Telecommunications Office. The Station has commenced its activity since January 2005 with a technical and engineering team consisting of six (6) persons. In accordance with recommendations of the State Management of Radio Frequencies, by selecting the appropriate site, the administrative building of the Station for Radio Control over Broadcasting in Ganja was constructed and its infrastructure was rejuvenated. The Station has pursued its activity in a new administrative building since 2014.     

The Service Area of the Station for Radio Control over Broadcasting in Ganja includes 3 cities (Ganja, Mingechevir, Naftalan) and 13 districts (Agdam, Barda, Yevlakh, Tartar, Goranboy, Samukh, Goygol, Dashkasan, Gadabay, Shamkir, Tovuz, Kazakh and Agstafa).

The Station for Radio Control over Broadcasting in Ganja had 3 receivers for operational and radio control purposes in 2005 (AOR spectrum analyser, Icom IC-R100 receiver and Scout M 40 analog scanner and frequency meter), but currently, the number of receivers reaches 10 (R&S®PR100 portable receiver, 2 AOR 5000 spectrum analysers, AOR8200 receiver, Promax HD Ranger television signal analyser, Atlas 3000 mobile radiomonitoring station, Icom IC-R100 receiver, FSH-20 spectrum analyser, Scout M 40 analog scanner and frequency meter, Scout  digital scanner and frequency meter).

Over the recent period, the number of employees of the Station for Radio Control over Broadcasting in Ganja has reached 21 from 10 in order to conduct visual and technical examinations, and perform radio monitoring tasks in effective and flexible manner within the Service Area, as well as to organise regular radio control over broadcasting.

Chevrolet NIVA vehicle is used in the Station for Radio Control over Broadcasting in Ganja to allow engineers to regularly conduct visual and technical examinations, and perform radio monitoring tasks, as well as to enable electricians to implement radio control in a flexible manner. Mobile radio monitoring tasks, operational control activities, and visual and technical examinations of radio electronic facilities within the Service Areas are performed by means of this service.  Atlas-406-S mobile radio monitoring station installed on FORD TRANSİT vehicle is used to perform radio monitoring tasks within the Service Areas.