The National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency is responsible for ensuring compliance with the technical equipment and telecommunications operators with the requirements and standards set by the regulations.
The Central Laboratory of the National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency is responsible for the following:
As part of this component, the ANRT is in charge of :
As part of the control of networks and radio installations, the ANRT
is in charge of:
Handling the technical aspects of complaints and claims received from operators regarding the degradation of QoS observed at the interconnection points.
As part of its mandate, the ANRT processes licenses (public telecommunications networks), authorizations (independent networks), declarations (providers of value-added services) and approvals (telecommunications equipment) to telecom operators in Morocco. These acts include commitments in the form of technical and administrative specifications required to ensure proper functioning of equipment and networks as well as operation of telecommunications services in a harmonized and favourable environment for users and for the industry in general.
Technical control includes a set of actions and interventions, upstream or downstream of networks, telecommunications equipment or services to collect technical parameters to ensure their compliance over authorizations issued by the ANRT.