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The term “Broadband”, is a short form for “broad bandwidth”.

Broadband refers to faster and high capacity Internet access compared to the traditional dial-up access.

With broadband transforming our lives today, this means that the era of slow Internet connections (dial-up) which made us wait for everything is now over.

Spectrum used here refers to the electromagnetic spectrum corresponding to radio frequencies, also known as radio waves.

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Welcome to RF Emissions Portal

We live in a world where mobile phones, wireless networks and various Radio Frequency (RF) based devices are a necessity of life, both as a business tool and as an everyday social tool.

The increasing dependency on these devices has resulted in various RF equipments, communication towers and roof top structures being installed all around us. And with such prevalence, comes various public concerns. Especially on the health and safety aspects of the radiation eminating from these equipments, structures, and the usage of various mobile and wireless devices.

We at the Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia (SKMM) believe that with knowledge comes understanding. And it is hoped that with proper understanding, any misinformation, concerns, fears and misconceptions can be rectified, addressed and alleviated.

This website is a one-stop source of information on RF Radiation, with resources, information, reports and facts from:

To date, the SKMM have conducted numerous RF Radiation awareness program together with expert assistance and support from various Ministries, Agencies and Bodies with the aim of raising the awareness and understanding among the general public on RF Radiation related issues.

The Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia (Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission) is the regulator for the converging communications and multimedia industry. At the time it was created its key role was the regulation of the communications and multimedia industry based on the powers provided for in the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission Act (1998) and the Communications and Multimedia Act (1998). Pursuant to these Acts the role of the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission is to implement and promote the Government's national policy objectives for the communications and multimedia sector. The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission is also charged with overseeing the new regulatory framework for the converging industries of telecommunications, broadcasting and on-line activities.

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