FEDERAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND BROADCASTING LAW

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FEDERAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND BROADCASTING LAW, THE MEXICAN CONGRESS Last amendment published in the Federal Official Gazette. General Secretariat DOF on June 1 2016,Parliamentary Services. The State shall always maintain the original inalienable and dominion not subject to a statute of. limitations over the radio spectrum, It may allow the use development and operation of the radio spectrum and satellite orbits in conformity. with the terms and requirements outline in this Law and other applicable provisions. Article 3 The following definitions shall apply for the purposes of this Law. I Access for end users The physical circuit connecting the network s terminal connection point. at the user s home to the telephone exchange or equivalent facility in the local public. telecommunications network from where service is provided. II Active infrastructure Broadcasting or telecommunications network infrastructure that stores. emits processes receives or transmits writing images sounds signals signs or information. of any nature, III Agent with substantial power The economic agent that has substantial power in a relevant. broadcasting or telecommunications market as provided in the Federal Economic Competition. IV Allocation of a frequency band Act to determine that a given frequency band shall be used. by one or more radio services according to the National Table of Frequency Allocations. V Ancillary equipment The infrastructure to retransmit the signal from a broadcasting station. intended to ensure receipt of the signal with the quality required by the Institute or by the. applicable provisions within the coverage area concessioned. VI Authority to command De facto ability to exercise a decisive influence on resolutions. adopted at shareholder or board meetings or regarding management leadership and. execution of business over which a person has significant control or influence. VII Broadband High capacity access used to offer diverse convergent services through a reliable. network infrastructure regardless of the technologies used which parameters shall be. periodically updated by the Institute, VIII Broadcasting Transmission of audio or video and audio programs or signals by using.
operating or exploiting radio spectrum band frequencies including satellite orbits classified by. the Institute to this end by which people can receive direct signals free of charge from their. transmitters when using the appropriate devices, IX Broadcasting transmission channel Indivisible bandwidth intended for broadcast. programming channels in accordance with the standard applicable to radio or television. transmissions regarding the general rules issued by the Institute. X Commercial message Addressed to the public or a segment thereof during a programming. break to inform about the existence or characteristics of a product service or activity to induce. their marketing and sales The message is mentioned on broadcasting stations with a. commercial concession and restricted TV and audio channels Commercial messages do not. include the promotion of the station or channel s activities or State transmission times or others. available to the Federal Government or programs offering products and services. FEDERAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND BROADCASTING LAW, THE MEXICAN CONGRESS Last amendment published in the Federal Official Gazette. General Secretariat DOF on June 1 2016,Parliamentary Services. XI Competitive neutrality The State s obligation to refrain from producing market distortions. from its privileged position, XII Concessionaire The individual or business corporation that holds a concession under this. XIII Constitution The Mexican Constitution, XIV Decree The Executive Order amending and supplementing various provisions established by.
Articles 6 7 27 28 73 78 94 and 105 of the Mexican Constitution on telecommunications. published in the Federal Official Gazette on June 11 of 2013. XV Earth station The antenna and its ancillary equipment used to transmit or receive. communication signals from a satellite, XVI End user Individual or business corporation using a telecommunications service as the end. XVII Essential inputs Network elements or services provided by a single retailer or a small number. of concessionaires whose reproduction is not feasible from a technical legal or economic. standpoint and which inputs are essential to the provision of broadcasting and. telecommunications services In cases not covered by this Law the Institute shall determine. the existence and regulation of access to essential inputs under the Federal Economic. Competition Law, XVIII Federal Government The Federal Government and its departments and agencies as. appropriate, XIX Frequency A specified band or range within the overall spectrum of electromagnetic radio. waves measured by Hertz, XX Frequency band A portion of the radio spectrum ranging between two given frequencies. XXI Geographic location in real time Approximate location obtained when processing a search. for a mobile terminal associated with a specific phone line. XXII Geostationary orbit positions Locations in a circular orbit that are in the equatorial plane. that allow a satellite to maintain a translational period equal to the period of the Earth s rotation. XXIII Harmful interference Any emission radiation or induction interference that endangers the. functioning or seriously degrades obstructs or repeatedly interrupts a communications. system such as a radio navigation service telecommunications service or radio. communication services, XXIV INDAABIN Administration and Appraisal of National Assets Institute.
XXV Independent national producer of audiovisual content Mexican national or business. corporation producing audiovisual works at a national regional or local level that does not have. a broadcasting or telecommunications concession and is not controlled by a concessionaire by. virtue of its authority to command, XXVI Independent national programmer Individual or business corporation person who is not. controlled by a broadcasting concessionaire or affiliate subsidiary or branch thereof or by a. FEDERAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND BROADCASTING LAW, THE MEXICAN CONGRESS Last amendment published in the Federal Official Gazette. General Secretariat DOF on June 1 2016,Parliamentary Services. concessionaire by virtue of its authority to command and has the ability to create a. programming channel based on a program structure consisting primarily of its own production. and domestic independent production with copyrights are mostly Mexican. XXVII Institute The Federal Telecommunications Institute. XXVIII Interconnection services Those provided between telecommunications service. concessionaires for interconnection between their networks and include among others traffic. origination and termination transmission links signage access ports collocation sharing. infrastructure for interconnection billing and collection as well as other auxiliary services and. access to the same services, XXIX Interconnection Physical or virtual logical and functional connections linking public. telecommunications networks to allow traffic from the public telecommunications networks to. be transferred onto another public telecommunications network segment and vice versa or. allow public telecommunications network users to use the telecommunications service. provided by or through another telecommunications network. XXX Internet A decentralized collection of telecommunications networks worldwide that are. interconnected and provide different communication services and protocols using. internationally coordinated addressing for routing and processing of data packets for each. service These protocols and routing guarantee that the physical networks that jointly make up. the Internet function as a single logical network, XXXI Interoperability Technical characteristics of integrated public networks systems and.
equipment that allow effective interconnection to ensure the provision of a specific. telecommunications service in a consistent and predictable manner regarding the functional. delivery of telecommunications services between networks. XXXII Law The Federal Telecommunications and Broadcasting Law LFTR. XXXIII Minimum reference value Amount expressed in money considered as the minimum value to. be paid as consideration for the concession right, XXXIV Ministry The Ministry of Communications and Transport. XXXV Motion picture Audiovisual creation made up of images in movement with or without sound. lasting 60 minutes or longer Domestic films are those made by Mexican individuals or business. corporations or produced under international or co production agreements signed by the. Mexican government with other countries or international organizations. XXXVI Multiprogramming Distribution of several programs transmitted on a transmission channel at. the same time, XXXVII National production Content or programming generated by individual or business. corporations mostly with Mexican funding, XXXVIII National Table of Frequency Allocations Administrative arrangement indicating the radio. communication services allocated for a specific frequency band of the radio spectrum while. also providing additional information on the use and planning of different frequency bands. FEDERAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND BROADCASTING LAW, THE MEXICAN CONGRESS Last amendment published in the Federal Official Gazette. General Secretariat DOF on June 1 2016,Parliamentary Services.
XXXIX Open architecture The set of technical characteristics of public telecommunications networks. that allow them to interconnect with each other at a physical or virtual logical and functional. level to ensure interoperability between them, XL Passive infrastructure Accessory elements that provide support for the active infrastructure. including racks underground and overhead power lines pipelines buildings ducts works. posts supply systems and backup power HVAC sites towers and other attachments. including rights of way that are necessary to install and operate networks and to provide. broadcasting and telecommunications services, XLI Point of interconnection Physical or virtual point linking public telecommunications networks. for the exchange of interconnection traffic or wholesale traffic services. XLII Portability Right of users to keep a telephone number when switching concessionaires or. service providers, XLIII Preponderance Classification determined by the Institute regarding an economic agent under. the terms of Article 262 of this Law, XLIV PROFECO The Federal Consumer Protection Bureau. XLV Programming Channel Time sequential organization of audiovisual content made available. to the audience under the responsibility of the same person with its own identity and image. and that can be distributed through a broadcast channel. XLVI Programming of product offers Intended to provide or promote the sale of goods or. provision of services through radio and television services and which duration lasts longer. than five minutes at a time, XLVII Public broadcasting and telecommunications services Services of a general interest.
provided by concessionaires to the general public for commercial public or social purposes in. conformity with the provisions outlined in this Law and the Federal Economic Competition Law. XLVIII Public site For the purposes of this Law and as long as it is managed by federal state or. municipal agencies or public programs under any one of the three branches of government. the following are considered as such, a Schools universities and buildings used for educational purposes in general. b Clinics hospitals health care centers and buildings used to provide health care. services in general,c Offices of the different branches of government. d Community centers, e Open spaces such as town squares parks sports centers and public areas commonly. used by the general population which construction or maintenance is managed by the. federal state and municipal governments authorities. f Those involved in public programs and, g Others sites considered public places in accordance with current legislation. FEDERAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND BROADCASTING LAW, THE MEXICAN CONGRESS Last amendment published in the Federal Official Gazette.
General Secretariat DOF on June 1 2016,Parliamentary Services. XLIX Public telecommunications network Telecommunications network for the commercial. operation of telecommunications services The network does not include user. telecommunications terminal equipment or telecommunications networks that are beyond the. terminal connection point, L Quality All the characteristics of a broadcasting and telecommunications service that. determine its ability to meet the explicit and implicit user needs whose parameters are defined. and regularly updated by the Institute, LI Radio spectrum Space that permits the dissemination without artificial guides of the. electromagnetic waves whose frequency bands are conventionally established below 3 000. LII Radio spectrum or satellite orbit concessions Administrative act by which the Institute. confers the right to use operate or exploit radio spectrum and satellite orbit frequency bands. under the terms and conditions established by this Law. LIII Radio communications All types of telecommunications or broadcast transmitted by radio. LIV Restricted television and audio services Audio or audio and video associated. FEDERAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND BROADCASTING LAW THE MEXICAN CONGRESS General Secretariat Parliamentary Services Last amendment published in the Federal Official Gazette DOF on June 1 2016 1 of 132 FEDERAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND BROADCASTING LAW New Law published in the Federal Official Gazette on July 14 2014 CURRENT TEXT Latest amendment published in the Federal Official Gazette DOF on

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