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3rd Floor, Monaco
Towers II, 11 Dr. Roy's Drive, George Town
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Mailing Address:
PO Box 10189
Grand Cayman KY1-1002
CAYMAN ISLANDS
OfReg is responsible for the licensing and regulation of all radio transmitters in the Cayman Islands, including:
  • Radios in aircraft registered with the Cayman Islands Civil Aviation Office
  • Ground-to-air radios located in the Cayman Islands
  • Radios in ships registered with the Cayman Islands Shipping Registry
  • Non-Ionising Electromagnetic Spectrum within the Cayman Islands
  • Ground to air radios in ships registered with the Cayman Islands Shipping Registry
  • Radios in Vessels registered by the Cayman Islands Shipping Registry.
  • Radios in unregistered vessels operating in the coastal waters of the Cayman Islands
  • Radios in local vessels operating in the coastal waters of the Cayman Islands.
  • Radios in unregistered vessels operating in the coastal waters of the Cayman Islands
  • Amateur (HAM) Radios
  • All land-based radio transmitters, irrespective of frequency, located in the Cayman Islands
  • Telecommunication Operators utilizing spectrum for commercial purposes
  • Radio Station Broadcasting
  • Equipment Authorization  - Type Approvals
  • Spectrum utilized for commercial purposes
  • Experimental ICT Networks
  • for importation

 

All radio and spectrum licences are subject to a renewal policy where applicable

In addition, to the Information & Communications Technology Act, the following Regulations have direct applicability to Radio operators and licensees:

  • Notice under s23(2) ICT Act (Networks and Services requiring a license)
  • Interference and Equipment Standardization Regulations
  • Interconnection and Infrastructure Sharing Regulations
  • Infrastructure Sharing (Definition) Notice
  • Dispute Resolution Regulations
  • Confidentiality Regulations
  • 12+

    years as regulatory entity

  • 8

    Staff members

  • 19+

    years as regulatory entity

  • 3000+

    Licensees

 

As a forward-looking market regulator, OfReg introduces new policies and policy changes periodically to keep abreast with the changing environment in the Spectrum market. The rationale and considerations in introducing new and revised policies are set out in OfReg's consultation papers.

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