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Sistem Telekomunikasi. Mengetahui polisi ICT Malaysia Mengetahui teknologi baru dlm bidang telekomunikasi Mengetahui produk komunikasi di Malaysia. The Telecommunication Industry.

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sistem telekomunikasi

Sistem Telekomunikasi

Mengetahui polisi ICT Malaysia

Mengetahui teknologi baru dlm bidang telekomunikasi

Mengetahui produk komunikasi di Malaysia

the telecommunication industry
The Telecommunication Industry
  • Malaysia has been reforming and restructuring the telecommunications sector since 1987. The participation of the private sector in the transformation and development of the country's communication infrastructure has ensured the necessary information infrastructures and work on wiring the country with the necessary information infrastructure have been actively carried out for the last 10 years.
  • Many optical fibre cable network projects are still in the pipeline. In fact, trunk fibre networks have been laid criss-crossing Peninsular Malaysia and stretching across the South China Sea to enter the eastern part of the country.
  • With Malaysia's own satellite, it is within our reach to develop infrastructure superhighways for the nation's needs. The performance of the communications infrastructure in the country over the last decade has been impressive.
the telecommunication industry1
The Telecommunication Industry
  • The penetration rate for fixed lines has grown rapidly through period from 7.4 lines per 100 population in 1987 to 22 lines in 1999. This figure represents a very high level of service penetration when compared to other ASEAN Countries. In addition, Malaysia has one of the highest penetration rate of 50.7 per 100 population for cellular phones in Asia with subscribers amounting to approximately 13 million as at the third quarter of 2004.
  • The growth of the communications industry in the country is also underpinned by demand for new services arising from the convergence of the information technologies in the field of switching and transmission such as ATM, ISDN and SDH has created new services like VOD, video conferencing and many other multimedia applications on the web like graphics, audio and animation, video and virtual reality to mention a few.
the telecommunication industry2
The Telecommunication Industry
  • As in most countries, communications services in Malaysia have been traditionally provided as a monopolistic basis. Several policy initiatives have been undertaken to foster competition in the country include those that are relevant to the determination of boundaries between competitive and monopolistic markets, licensing of new entries, monitoring performances and several practices related to maintaining sustainable competition in the market. Competition has gradually been introduced in many fronts including the local loop, wireless, trunk, international and value-added segments.
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The key to this development trend is to enhance liberalisation efforts that have been taken by the government to allow private participation in the sector. The thrust of the competition policy as envisaged in the Equal Access Policy is that it must lead to the improvement in the quality of service and at the same time bring down prices as a result of improvement in operation efficiency. To ensure that Malaysia gets the maximum value from a dynamic communications industry and that it is internationally competitive, the government strongly feel that the country must develop a competition that : ·
    • Could encourage the provisioning of a world class communications infrastructure as the latest technology mix to support the implementation of policy initiative related IT development i.e MSC; ·
    • Focus on driving the prices down and enhancing quality as well as making services widely available and accessible to support the efforts of the government to create an information rich society; ·
    • Encourages technical advancements and innovations in its services to enhance the international competitiveness of users and IT/multimedia application; ·
    • Support the creation of a conducive environment that is necessary to attract investments into the sector and prevent duplications of infrastructure resources.
spectrum management suruhanjaya komunikasi dan multimedia malaysia
Spectrum Management - Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia
  • Introduction
  • Spectrum Management involves providing a responsive and flexible approach to meet the need of spectrum users, making adequate provision of spectrum for public and community services, maximising the overall public benefit derived from use of the spectrum by ensuring its efficient allocation, encouraging the use of efficient wireless technologies and practises to enable operation of a wide ranges of services with an adequate quality of service, supporting the CMA policy objectives of the Government and providing Malaysian views in the development of international agreements in Radiocommunications.
scope of activities
Scope of Activities
  • The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission's scope of activities in accordance with ITU's recommendations that Administrations set up a "National Spectrum Management Administration", to carry out the following key activities, involve:
  • 1. Planning, coordinating, regulating and administering the use of the spectrum within the country;
  • 2. Establishing regulations, technical parameters and standards governing the use of each frequency band or specific frequency by stations of different services, having regards to current international regulations and agreement;
  • 3. Optimizing the use of spectrum, space and geo-stationary satellite orbit, ensuring the harmonious operation of different services, which use them;
  • 4. Allocating frequency bands in accordance with international regulations and the national priorities and assigning specific frequencies as appropriate;
  • 5. Authorising the installation and operation of radio stations, assigning call signs, MMSI numbers for ships and life boats, and granting appropriate frequency assignment;
  • 6. Updating all information on authorised wireless systems such as frequencies, the locations, transmitting powers, call signs, etc, and their notification to the Radiocommunication Bureau (ITU) if necessary;
  • 7. Representing, establishing relations, coordinating and issuing technical opinions concerning the use of frequencies in international forum such as the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC), which is held every two years;
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8. Measuring the technical parameters or emissions of wireless stations as appropriate;
  • 9. Conducting systematic inspections of Radiocommunication stations to check that they must meet the technical standards and parameters for which their equipment and operations were authorised;
  • 10. Participating, insofar as the use of frequencies is concerned, in the development plans and projects of all wireless services, ensuring that those plans are in acceptance with current international and national regulations;
  • 11. Preparing for participating in international conference convened by the ITU, participating in such conferences and implementing any decisions adopted;
  • 12. Conducting negotiations in connection with frequency spectrum management, space and satellite orbit location, and other related problems with other countries and international organisations;
  • 13. Facilitating national industry technical forums to carry out works relating to the Study Groups and Working Groups of ITU-R (Radiocommunications), preparing for the participation of specialist at meetings of the ITU-R and participating therein;
  • 14. Constituting the national body for relations with international and regional organisations other than the ITU on technical, regulatory and administrative matters, technical cooperation and other subjects related to utilisation of frequency spectrum, space and the geo-stationary satellite orbit.
sumber suruhanjaya komunikasi dan multimedia malaysia
Sumber :Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia
  • Statistik langganan perkhidmatan telekomunikasi di Malaysia
  • Sumber http://www.cmc.gov.my/facts_figures/stats/index.asp
dsl digital subscriber line
DSL (Digital Subscriber Line)
  • DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) is a technology for bringing high-bandwidth information to homes and small businesses over ordinary copper telephone lines. xDSL refers to different variations of DSL, such as ADSL, HDSL, and RADSL.
  • Assuming your home or small business is close enough to a telephone company central office that offers DSL service, you may be able to receive data at rates up to 6.1 megabits (millions of bits) per second (of a theoretical 8.448 megabits per second), enabling continuous transmission of motion video, audio, and even 3-D effects. More typically, individual connections will provide from 1.544 Mbps to 512 Kbps downstream and about 128 Kbps upstream.
  • A DSL line can carry both data and voice signals and the data part of the line is continuously connected. DSL installations began in 1998 and will continue at a greatly increased pace through the next decade
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ADSL
  • The variation called ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is the form of DSL that will become most familiar to home and small business users.
  • ADSL is called "asymmetric" because most of its two-way or duplex bandwidth is devoted to the downstream direction, sending data to the user. Only a small portion of bandwidth is available for upstream or user-interaction messages. However, most Internet and especially graphics- or multi-media intensive Web data need lots of downstream bandwidth, but user requests and responses are small and require little upstream bandwidth.
  • Using ADSL, up to 6.1 megabits per second of data can be sent downstream and up to 640 Kbps upstream. The high downstream bandwidth means that your telephone line will be able to bring motion video, audio, and 3-D images to your computer or hooked-in TV set. In addition, a small portion of the downstream bandwidth can be devoted to voice rather data, and you can hold phone conversations without requiring a separate line.
  • Unlike a similar service over your cable TV line, using ADSL, you won't be competing for bandwidth with neighbors in your area. In many cases, your existing telephone lines will work with ADSL. In some areas, they may need upgrading.
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HDSL
  • HDSL (High bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line), one of the earliest forms of DSL, is used for wideband digital transmission within a corporate site and between the telephone company and a customer.
  • The main characteristic of HDSL is that it is symmetrical: an equal amount of bandwidth is available in both directions.
  • HDSL can carry as much on a single wire of twisted-pair cable as can be carried on a T1 line (up to 1.544 Mbps) in North America or an E1 line (up to 2.048 Mbps) in Europe over a somewhat longer range and is considered an alternative to a T1 or E1 connection.
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SDSL
  • SDSL (Symmetric DSL) is similar to HDSL with a single twisted-pair line, carrying 1.544 Mbps (U.S. and Canada) or 2.048 Mbps (Europe) each direction on a duplex line. It's symmetric because the data rate is the same in both directions.
broadband technology
Broadband Technology
  • Broadband refers to telecommunication in which a wide band of frequencies is available to transmit information. It transmits up to 40 times as fast as a standard telephone and modem
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Broadband services can be delivered in different ways: over an ordinary telephone line or private network, via a cable or across mobile and wireless networks. It will virtually eliminate geographic distance as an obstacle to acquiring or sending information. And dramatically reduce the time it takes to access information.
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Webbit is an abbreviation for Wireless Enhanced Broadband Internet.

  • The Webbit offers a state-of-the-art digital wireless broadband service direct to your premise. The Webbit promises you the freedom to create, to imagine and to be productive, be it at work or at home. Webbit is TIME's latest innovative broadband solution that delivers high-speed Internet access wirelessly, eliminating the dependency on telephone lines and slow dial-up connections.
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It simply stands for New Voice. A revolutionary application that offers new voice solutions delivered over broadband.nevo is a new-world Internet protocol-based carrier, using innovative packet switching technology compared to old-fashioned circuit switching. And because it rides on the broadband system, nevo will dramatically change the way you communicate and manage your time. Effectively, profitably and enjoyably.
consumer satisfaction survey
Consumer Satisfaction Survey
  • The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission conducts the Consumer Satisfaction Survey two times a year.Below are the latest and past results of the Survey.Consumer Satisfaction Survey Wave VI
  • Consumer Satisfaction Survey Wave V
  • Consumer Satisfaction Survey Wave IV
  • Consumer Satisfaction Survey Wave III
  • Consumer Satisfaction Survey Wave II
  • Consumer Satisfaction Survey Wave I
  • http://www.cmc.gov.my/consumer/css2.asp