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Get Approval From SACFA In India

You can only broadcast your channel once your broadcasting station has been given the frequency it is allowed to use. Get SACFA approval to obtain the said allocation. And if you want to get that approval quickly and easily, you should contact Certpedia

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​What exactly is SACFA?

SACFA (India) stands for Standing Advisory Committee on Frequency Allocation. It makes suggestions for reallocating frequencies and makes a plan for doing so. A SACFA clearance certificate is required for a service provider to operate a radio station or similar facility within a specific frequency range.

​Who needs SACFA approval or a SACFA clearance certificate?

People who want to broadcast their channels at a certain frequency (like radio stations) or do things that can only be done at certain frequencies have to get a SACFA clearance certificate before they can start their business. These things are:

 1. DTH services for broadcasting

 2. Service Providers for the Internet

 3. Cellular Services

 4. Radio Stations for the Community

 5. Cellular Services

Note: Getting SACFA clearance is only one step in the process of getting permission to do the things above. After the operator gets the letter of intent from the government agencies that give out the above licenses, they can start the SACFA clearance certification process.

SACFA Members

The chairman of the Telecom Commission in the Department of Telecommunications is in charge of the Standing Advisory Committee on Radio Frequency Allocations, which is a high-level committee.

Some of the people on the SACFA committee are:

 1. Leaders of the biggest wireless users

 2. Leaders of the Central Government's administrative ministries

 3. Member (Technology)

 4. Commission for Telecom

 5. Wireless Advisor to India's Government

 6. Chief of Staff

 7. The Telecommunications Department

The SACFA committee gets help from the WPC branch of the DoT. Also, the member secretary of the committee is the Joint Wireless Adviser, or WPC wing. Third, the Ministry of Railways is represented by the Executive Director-Telecom Development (ED-TD) Railway Board, which is a member of SACFA.


What the SACFA committee does

Here are some of the things that the SACFA committee makes suggestions about:

 1. Major allocation of frequencies

 2. Making a national plan for allocating frequencies

 3. Making suggestions on a variety of international issues

 4. Union des Tele communications (ITU)

 5. The Asia-Pacific Tele community (APT)

 6. Problems brought up by different wireless users to the Committee, site approvals for all wireless installations in the country, etc.

After getting "no objection" from SACFA members, you can get the SACFA clearance certificate. So, these SACFA members have to do a detailed technical evaluation. After that, they need to get feedback from their field units. Because of this, these technical evaluations are mostly done for

 1. Dangers of flying

 2. Blocking the view of networks that are already in place or that are being planned.

 3. Interference with planned and existing networks


​Documents Required for SAFCA Approval

 1. Intention letter

 2. Fill out the SACFA form.

 3. Complete the frequency allocation form.

 4. A draft of the fee for processing

 5. A map of your station, ISP, or cell phone service

 6. An introduction letter to the Secretary of SACFA with the submission

​What is the process for getting a SACFA clearance?

The following is how SACFA works:

 1. Sign up on the website for the WPC.

 2. Send in the application for clearance from SACFA.

 3. Fill out the application for allocating frequencies.

 4. Send hard copies of the application and any other documents that SACFA needs to SACFA.

The Tower Installation Procedure

You can use the DoT's SaralSanchar Portal to self-declare or use automated time-bound approvals to get the SACFA clearance certificate you need to put up the tower. The steps for getting SACFA approval to put up a tower are as follows:

On the SaralSanchar Portal of the DoT, file the SACFA cases with the following technical parameters:

 1. Frequency,

 2. broadcasted power,

 3. Emission,

 4. Bandwidth;

 5. Antenna Parameters

Include the following documents with your application and upload them:

 1. A letter informing you of a frequency earmarking or assignment

 2. A copy of a challan

 3. Promise or self-declaration

 4. a different document (if required)

 5. Pay the application processing fee through the integrated Bharatkosh portal as soon as the payment gateway is integrated with SaralSanchar.

 6. Once you submit a case, the system will automatically close it.

Then, go to the SaralSanchar Portal and download the SACFA clearance generated by the system.


 7. If the case doesn't meet the auto-set criteria of AAI/JCES, the application will be handled by members through their integrated systems. In 30 days, it will be approved or turned down.


 8. Once applicants have been approved, they can get their SACFA clearance from the DoT's SaralSanchar Portal.

​What can we do?

Certpedia can help you with everything you need to do to get SACFA approval. Our services include:

 1. Filling out an application

 2. Document drafting

 3. Follow-up by the department

Simply put, we do everything for you that has to do with SACFA registration. Contact us if you want to find out more.

​FAQ's

What does the full form of SACFA clearance mean in telecom ?
SACFA is an acronym for the Standing Advisory Committee on Frequency Allocation.
What is a SACFA clearance certificate ?
SACFA is a group that helps India decide how to give out frequencies. It gives suggestions for redistributing frequencies and makes a plan for doing so. A SACFA clearance certificate is required for a service provider to operate a radio station or similar facility within a specific frequency range.
Who are the candidates who need a SACFA clearance certificate or approval from SACFA ?

People who want to broadcast their channels at a certain frequency (like radio stations) or do things that can only be done at certain frequencies have to get a SACFA clearance certificate before they get the final go-ahead to start their business. These things are:

1. DTH services for broadcasting

2. Service Providers for the Internet

3. Cellular Services

4. Radio Stations for the Community

5. Cellular Services

How important is it for your business to get a SACFA clearance ?
Getting clearance from SACFA is only one step in the process of getting permission to do the above operations. After the operator gets the letter of intent from the government agencies that give out the above licenses, they can start the SACFA clearance certification process.
Who is in charge of a SACFA committee ?
The chairman of the Telecom Commission, Department of Telecommunications, is in charge of the Standing Advisory Committee on Radio Frequency Allocations. This is a high-level committee.
Who are the people on SACFA's direct committee ?

Some of the people on the SACFA committee are:


1. Leaders of the biggest wireless users

2. Leaders of the Central Government's administrative ministries

3. Member (Technology)

4. Commission for Telecom

5. Wireless Advisor to India's Government

6. Chief of Staff

7. The Telecommunications Department

Who has the right to be an observer on a SACFA committee ?

The SACFA committee is helped by the WPC branch of the DoT. Also, the member secretary of the committee is the Joint Wireless Adviser, or WPC wing. Third, the Ministry of Railways is represented by the Executive Director-Telecom Development (ED-TD) Railway Board, which is a member of SACFA.

What does the SACFA committee do most of the time ?

The SACFA committee makes recommendations on the following issues:

1. Major allocation of frequencies

2. Making a national plan for allocating frequencies

3. Making suggestions about things that have to do with international

4. Union des Telecommunications (ITU)

5. The Asia-Pacific Telecommunity (APT)

6. Problems that wireless users told the committee about, citing

7. Getting rid of all wireless installations in the country, among other things.

What kinds of technical checks does a SACFA committee do to decide whether to give a clearance certificate ?

The SACFA clearance certificate is given when SACFA members say that they have "no objections." So, these SACFA members have to do a detailed technical evaluation. After that, they need to get feedback from their field units.

Why do these technical evaluations need to be done ?

Because of this, these technical evaluations are mostly done to

1. Dangers of flying

2. Blocking the view of networks that are already in place or that are being planned.

3. Interference with planned and existing networks

What paperwork do I need to send in with my application for SAFCA approval ?

Along with the application for SACFA clearance, the following documents must be sent in:

1. Intention letter

2. Fill out the SACFA form.

3. Complete the frequency allocation form.

4. A draft of the fee for processing

5. A map of your station, ISP, or cell phone service

6. A cover letter for the submission that is addressed to the Secretary of SACFA.

What is the process for getting a SACFA clearance ?

Here's how to go about asking SACFA for permission:

1. Sign up on the website for the WPC.

2. Send in the application for clearance from SACFA.

3. Fill out the application for allocating frequencies.

4. Send hard copies of the application and any other documents that SACFA needs to SACFA.

5. Wait for assessment.

6. Check the application often to see where it is.

7. Get the SACFA clearance certificate after the verification is done.