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The MTSFB membership is paramount in ensuring that your interest is put forward to industry members.

Your experience, company capability and wide knowledge in this area will contribute to the Working Group objectives to develop Technical Standards/Guidelines pertaining to ICT particularly in network infrastructure technologies development in Malaysia and the region.

Membership Benefits

By being a part of MTSFB, you have the opportunity to influence the decisions that impact your business. Ordinary and Associate members will enjoy the following benefits:

Unlimited access to MTSFB website with response time within 24 hours in any queries.

Opportunities to represent MTSFB in regional and international meetings such as ITU-T, ASTAP, and more.

Contribute to global standards and the best practices.

Participate or lead Working Groups on emerging issues in the communications and multimedia industry.

Membership Categories

There are 2 types of memberships:

Ordinary Membership (OM)

  • Licensees
  • Profit Organisation
  • Others

From
3,000 per annum

Associate Membership (AM)

  • All
  • Institute of Higher Learning

From
1,000 per annum

Eligibility & Criteria

  1. the applicant must be a valid registered organisation;
  2. the applicant has not previously been refused or terminated membership from MTSFB unless waived by the MTSFB Board.

Differences between Ordinary Member (OM) and Associate Member (AM)

(References from Memorandum and Article of Association of MTSFB)

Testimonials

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Mr Ratnam NA

Being a pioneer and an active participant since the inception of MTSFB in 2004, I must say it has been a very exciting and elevating experience for me. Being able to be part of a team that has the best interest for the industry, government agencies and public at large is pertinent to our presence.

I have had the pleasure to be the Working Group Chairman, the Reference Panel Chairman, as well as represent Malaysia in WTSA, ASTAP and other related International Forums that had significant deliverables realized. The countless sessions, discussions, meetings, events, workshops and retreats, along with a wide range of topics and subjects, have altogether broadened my knowledge and strengthened my proficiencies.

I am humbled by this exposure and confidence entrusted in me by MTSFB. I will continue to support and provide my assistance whenever it’s needed.

Azura Mat Salim

My involvement with MTSFB started in 2009 as a Secretary under the IPv6 Working Group. Over the years, I have had the privilege of working with the industry’s pioneers, leaders and experts in cross-functional areas for standards development, with good exposure from working with MTSFB’s well-mixed composition of members.

Through my engagement with MTSFB, I was able to participate in events at national and international levels, enabling me to contribute to my organisation and country. I am now the Chairman of the Numbering & Addressing WG. MTSFB not only brings the best together, but also nurtures talent in the industry. Come join MTSFB and let’s work together for the development of communications and multimedia industry in Malaysia!

Mohd Yusairi Abu Hassan

MTSFB is a very good and relevant platform in the industry to promote and introduce good practices in order to ensure all parties adhere to the standards. With that, we will be able to continuously contribute our knowledge to the country through Technical Code.

My participation in MTSFB’s activities has opened up my mind and broadened my horizons in the communications and multimedia industry. I can meet people in public and listen to their needs through engagement sessions. I have also had the opportunity to meet and work alongside many experts in the industry.

Thank you MTSFB for this wonderful opportunity!

Dr Gopinath Rao Sinniah

“If one wishes to find more about technical standards and participate in the discussions on it then MTSFB is the place. MTSFB provides an avenue for people to collaborate and engage in technology-related topics. Besides that, their constant support allowed us to participate, contribute, and develop standard documents locally and internationally. Thanks to MTSFB, I’ve gained a lot of experiences and valuable knowledge in technology, standard drafting, and others, during my participation and interaction with other experts at various events.”

Prof Dr Shahrulniza Musa

My area of expertise is in Communication Network Security. I have learned a lot from my involvement in the Working group where the latest issues and standards regarding CyberSecurity are shared and discussed. It is also a good platform for networking with industry players in CyberSecurity not only in Malaysia but from all around the world such as ITU-T. The MTSFB Working Group creates a platform for professional networking; to share and to gain new knowledge, industry best practices, technical codes and standard in the latest technology.

Dr Wahidah Hashim

“I always regard MTSFB is my premium platform to learn about telecommunication standards which I do not get such information from the textbook. All the real industrial practices and networking with local and global telecommunication industrial players are among the valuable knowledge that I obtained since joining MTSFB. Chairing the wireless terminal working group as well as assisting in the MTSFB reference panel are the most honourable recognition that I have ever received from MTSFB. The given opportunity, trust, and responsibility taught me so much about managing telecommunication standards, technical codes, guidelines, and even project proposals. I would certainly recommend young graduates to join and contribute to MTSFB. You are not only gaining knowledge and experience for yourself but also contributing good standard practice to your beloved country.”

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Mohd Yusairi Abu Hassan

“MTSFB is a very good and relevant platform in the industry to promote and introduce good practices in order to ensure all parties adhere

MTSFB is a very good and relevant platform in the industry to promote and introduce good practices in order to ensure all parties adhere to the standards. With that, we will be able to continuously contribute our knowledge to the country through Technical Code.

My participation in MTSFB’s activities has opened up my mind and broadened my horizons in the communications and multimedia industry. I can meet people in public and listen to their needs through engagement sessions. I have also had the opportunity to meet and work alongside many experts in the industry.

Thank you MTSFB for this wonderful opportunity!

Azura Mat Salim

“My involvement with MTSFB started in 2009 as a Secretary under the IPv6 Working Group. Over the years, I have had the privilege of

My involvement with MTSFB started in 2009 as a Secretary under the IPv6 Working Group. Over the years, I have had the privilege of working with the industry’s pioneers, leaders and experts in cross-functional areas for standards development, with good exposure from working with MTSFB’s well-mixed composition of members.

Through my engagement with MTSFB, I was able to participate in events at national and international levels, enabling me to contribute to my organisation and country. I am now the Chairman of the Numbering & Addressing WG. MTSFB not only brings the best together, but also nurtures talent in the industry. Come join MTSFB and let’s work together for the development of communications and multimedia industry in Malaysia!

Mr Ratnam NA

“Being a pioneer and an active participant since the inception of MTSFB in 2004, I must say it has been a very exciting and

Being a pioneer and an active participant since the inception of MTSFB in 2004, I must say it has been a very exciting and elevating experience for me. Being able to be part of a team that has the best interest for the industry, government agencies and public at large is pertinent to our presence.

I have had the pleasure to be the Working Group Chairman, the Reference Panel Chairman, as well as represent Malaysia in WTSA, ASTAP and other related International Forums that had significant deliverables realized. The countless sessions, discussions, meetings, events, workshops and retreats, along with a wide range of topics and subjects, have altogether broadened my knowledge and strengthened my proficiencies.

I am humbled by this exposure and confidence entrusted in me by MTSFB. I will continue to support and provide my assistance whenever it’s needed.

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Application of Membership

To be a Member of MTSFB, all applicants must fill up the Online Registration Form.

Membership Year

1 Jan – 31 Dec

The membership year is from January 1 to December 31. All memberships will expire on December 31 regardless of when it is commenced.

Membership Renewals

1 Jan 

each year

Memberships are due for renewal by January 1 of each year. Members must pay all outstanding fees from the previous year in order to be eligible to renew.

Suspension, Termination or Cessation of Membership

A Member shall cease to be a Member and its name shall be removed from the Register of Members in any case of the following events:

  1. when notice in writing is given to the office to resign from membership;
  2. when the organisation is bankrupt;
  3. when a Member has merged with another entity;
  4. when a Member has ceased to represent the interests of the body, Association or interest group; or any Member whose membership fee remains unpaid by March in each calendar year.

Upon termination of membership, they must immediately cease to use any logo, trademark or other indicia of the membership.

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  1. The Evaluation Committee (EC) will evaluate all completed applications and shortlist for project presentation.
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  3. The SC will approve the project accordingly.

Within a month after signing the Letter of Acceptance.

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What is Technical Code?

Technical Code (TC) is a voluntary industry code that sets out the requirements and best practices to ensure network facilities, services and equipment are interoperable and safe. TC also acts as a harmoniser of differing industries and international standards through consensus among various stakeholders to suit the country’s requirements.

Matters for Technical Codes

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List of TCs Registered

No.Title of Technical CodeWorking GroupStatus
1Technical Standard and Infrastructure Requirements: Fixed Network InfrastructureNetwork & Broadcast  Infrastructure & Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, Replaced by MCMC MTSFB TC G024:2020 

2Technical Standard and Infrastructure Requirements: Fixed Network Infrastructure for Simple Development PropertiesNetwork & Broadcast Infrastructure & Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, Replaced by MCMC MTSFB TC G024:2020 

3Technical Standard of In-Building Fibre Cabling for Fibre-to-the-PremiseNetwork & Broadcast  Infrastructure & Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, Replaced by MCMC MTSFB TC G007:2016 First Revision

 Technical Standard of In-Building Fibre Cabling for Fibre-To-The-PremiseNetwork & Broadcast  Infrastructure & Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, Replaced by MCMC MTSFB TC G024:2020 

4Fixed Network Facilities – In-building and ExternalNetwork & Broadcast  Infrastructure & Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G024:2020 on 03 June 2020

5Basic Civil Works – Part 1: General RequirementsNetwork & Broadcast Infrastructure & Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G025-1:2020 on 20 May 2020

6Basic Civil Works – Part 2: Open TrenchNetwork & Broadcast Infrastructure & Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G025-2:2020 on 20 May 2020

7Basic Civil Works – Part 3: Micro TrenchNetwork & Broadcast Infrastructure & Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G025-3:2020 on 20 May 2020

8Basic Civil Works – Part 4: Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD)Network & Broadcast Infrastructure & Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G025-4:2020 on 20 May 2020

No.Title of Technical CodeWorking GroupStatus
1Technical Standards and Infrastructure Requirements: Radiocommunications Network Infrastructure (External)Radio Network Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MTSFB 001:2009 on 21 May 2010

2International Mobile Telecommunications-Advanced (IMT-Advanced) System and SpecificationsIMT & Future Networks

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G003:2015 on 18 Dec 2015

3Radiocommunications Network Facilities – In-BuildingRadio Network Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G011:2017 on 15 Nov 2017

4Radiocommunication Network Facilities – Smart PoleRadio Network Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G010:2017 on 15 Nov 2017

5Radiocommunications Network Facilities – Street FurnitureRadio Network Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G026:2020 on 20 May 2020

No.Title of Technical CodeWorking GroupStatus
1Requirements for Information and Network SecuritySecurity, Trust and Privacy

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, Replaced by MCMC MTSFB TC G009:2019 

 Information and Network Security – Requirements (First Revision)

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G009:2019 on 04 Oct 2019

2Information and Network Security – Code of Practice for BroadcastingSecurity, Trust and Privacy

Registered as MCMC Technical Codes, MCMC MTSFB TC G018:2018 on 15 Oct 2018

3Information and Network Security – Security Posture Assessment (SPA)Security, Trust and Privacy

Registered as MCMC Technical Codes, MCMC MTSFB TC G016:2018 on 15 Oct 2018

4Information and Network Security – Cloud Service Provider SelectionSecurity, Trust and Privacy

Registered as MCMC Technical Codes, MCMC MTSFB TC G017:2018 on 15 Oct 2018

5Business Continuity Management (BCM) – RequirementsSecurity, Trust and Privacy

Registered as MCMC Technical Codes, MCMC MTSFB TC G014:2018 on 15 Oct 2018

6Information and Network Security – Incident ManagementSecurity, Trust and Privacy

Registered as MCMC Technical Codes, MCMC MTSFB TC G015:2018 on 15 Oct 2018

7Internet of Things (IoT) – Security ManagementInternet of Things (IoT) & Smart Sustainable Cities

Registered as MCMC Technical Codes, MCMC MTSFB TC G013:2018 on 15 Oct 2018

8Information and Network Security – Cyber Insurance AcquisitionSecurity, Trust and Privacy

Registered as MCMC Technical Codes, MCMC MTSFB TC G020:2019 on 4 Oct 2019

9Information and Network Security – Monitoring and Measurement of Security Control ObjectivesSecurity, Trust and Privacy

Registered as MCMC Technical Codes, MCMC MTSFB TC G021:2019 on 4 Oct 2019

No.Title of Technical CodeWorking GroupStatus
1Technical Standard and Infrastructure Requirements for Broadcast Network FacilityNetwork & Broadcast  Infrastructure & Facilities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G008:2016 First Revision 05 Oct 2016

2Compression Table of Service Information (SI) Descriptions for Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcast ServiceBroadcast Technology

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, SKMM MTSFB TC G001:2013 on 31 Jan 2013

3Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) – Hybrid Broadcast Broadband Television Middleware Profile (First Revision)Broadcast Technology

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, Replaced by MCMC MTSFB TC G002:2020

 Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) – Hybrid Broadcast Broadband Television Middleware Profile (Second Revision)Broadcast Technology

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G002:2020 on 06 May 2020

No.Title of Technical CodeWorking GroupStatus
1Specification for Green Data CentresGreen ICT, Environment & Climate Change

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G004:2015 on 18 Dec 2015

2Code of Practice for the Deployment of Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)Numbering & Electronic Addressing

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G005:2016 on 04 Oct 2016

3Scheduled Waste Management for Base Station (Inclusive of E-Waste)Green ICT, Environment & Climate Change

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G019:2019 on 13 June 2019

4Hydrogen Storage and Safety with Fuel Cell as Power Generator for Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) InfrastructureGreen ICT, Environment & Climate Change

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G023:2020 on 06 May 2020

5Internet of Things (IoT) – High-Level Functional ArchitectureInternet of Things (IoT) & Smart Sustainable Cities

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC G022:2020 on 06 May 2020

No.Title of Technical CodeWorking GroupStatus
1Specification for Direct-To-Home (DTH) Satellite Broadcast Receiving AntennaBroadcast Technology

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, SKMM MTSFB TC T005:2013 First Revision on 31 Jan 2013

2Specification for Direct-To-Home (DTH) Satellite Broadcast Receiver (DTH Set-Top-Box)Broadcast Technology

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, SKMM MTSFB TC T006:2013 First Revision 31 Jan 2013

3Specification for Terminal Equipment Connecting to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)Fixed & Wireless Terminal

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, SKMM MTSFB TC T001:2013 First Revision on 31 Jan 2013

4Specification for ACLIP Facility Connection to PSTNFixed & Wireless Terminal

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, SKMM MTSFB TC T002:2013 First Revision on 31 Jan 2013

5Specification for Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcast Service ReceiverBroadcast Technology

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, SKMM MTSFB TC T004:2013 First Revision on 31 Jan 2013

6Specification for Short Range Devices (SRD)Fixed & Wireless Terminal

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, Replaced by MCMC MTSFB TC T007:2020

 Short Range Devices (SRD) – Specifications (Second Revision)

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC T007:2020 on 06 May 2020

7Specification For Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) using Basic AccessFixed & Wireless Terminal

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC T008:2014 First Revision on 18 Dec 2014

8Specification For Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) using Primary Rate AccessFixed & Wireless Terminal

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC T009:2014 First Revision on 18 Dec 2014

9Specification for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) TransceiversFixed & Wireless Terminal

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC T010:2014 First Revision on 18 Dec 2014

10Specification for Land Mobile Radio EquipmentFixed & Wireless Terminal

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC T012:2015 First Revision on 18 Dec 2015

11Specifications for Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) Compliant EquipmentNumbering & Electronic Addressing

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, Replaced by MCMC MTSFB TC:T013:2019

 Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) – Equipment Compliance (First Revision)

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC T013:2019 on 10 July 2019

12Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) – Active Indoor AntennaBroadcast Technology

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC T014:2017 on 12 July 2017

13Long Term Evolution (LTE) – User EquipmentFixed & Wireless Terminal

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC T015:2017 on 12 July 2017

14Specification for PABX System for Connection to PSTNFixed & Wireless Terminal

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, Replaced by MCMC MTSFB TC T003:2019 Second Revision

 Private Automatic Branch Exchange (PABX) System for Connection to Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and Internet Protocol (IP) Network

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC T003:2019 Second Revision on 08 May 2019

15Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Broadcast Service Receiver – Common Test SuiteBroadcast Technology

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, Replaced by MCMC MTSFB TC T011:2019

 Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Broadcast Service Receiver – Common Test Suite (First Revision)

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, Replaced by MCMC MTSFB TC T011:2020

 Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Broadcast Service Receiver – Common Test Suite (Second Revision)

Registered as MCMC Technical Code, MCMC MTSFB TC T011:2020 on 06 May 2020

No.Title of Technical CodeWorking GroupStatus
1Guidelines on IPv6 Implementation and Compliant Test (Rev 1.0 : 2012)Numbering & Electronic Addressing

Registered as MCMC Guideline Issued on 23 Feb 2008

2Guidelines for Adoption of IP Multimedia Subsystems (IMS)IMT & Future Networks

Registered as MCMC Guideline, SKMM/G/04/09 issued on 28 Oct 2009

3Framework on Smart Cities Standardisation in Relations to Information and Communications AspectsInternet of Things (IoT) & Smart Sustainable Cities

Registered as MCMC document, MCMC(T)13-TDD/170/001 Jld.1 (01) issued on 03 April 2017 

4Internet Service Provider (ISP) and Large Scale Enterprise IPv6 Fixed Network Implementation & Compliance Testing – GuidelinesNumbering & Electronic Addressing

Registered as Malaysian Standards (MS) document, MS 2235:2009

5Next generation network (NGN) realisation

IMT & Future Networks

Registered as Malaysian Standards (MS) document, MS 1903:2006

6Broadband over powerline (BPL) physical network layerNetwork & Broadcast  Infrastructure & Facilities

Registered as Malaysian Standards (MS) document, MS 1902:2006

7Occupational Safety and Health Work Practices for Communications Infrastructure – GuidelinesNetwork & Broadcast  Infrastructure & Facilities

Registered as Malaysian Standards (MS) document, MS 2438:2012

8Technical Standard on Digital Terrestrial TV (DTT) BroadcastingBroadcast Technology

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB 002:2005

9Technical Standard on RF Emission Control of Cellular Radio SitesGreen ICT, Environment & Climate Change

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB 004:2005

10Digital Sound Broadcast (DSB) Technical Standard – General RequirementsBroadcast Technology

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB 005:2005

11Quality of Service for Voice, SMS and Packet-Switched Traffic for Public Cellular Services

IMT & Future Networks

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB 009:2005

12Technical Standard for Wireless Broadband – WiMAXWireless and Fixed Terminal

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB 010:2006

13Technical Standard for International Mobile Telecommunication (IMT)

IMT & Future Networks

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB 016:2010

14Technical Standard for Free To Air Transmission of Digital Terrestrial Television Service – RecommendationBroadcast Technology

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB 025:2011

15Technical Standards and Infrastructure Requirements – Technical Code of Practice for The Installation of Network FacilitiesInstallation Network Facility (Regulatory)

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB 034:2014

16Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcast – Quality of ServiceBroadcast Technology

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB 041:2016

17Guideline for Standard Operating Process and Procedure (SOPP) For Mobile E-Waste (Sim-Based Devices) Take Back and Recycling ProgramGreen ICT, Environment & Climate Change

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB 044:2016

18Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) – Content Contribution, Encoding and Multiplexing PerformanceBroadcast Technology

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB 049:2017

No.Title of Technical CodeTypeWorking GroupStatus

1

Radiocommunications Network Facilities – In-building (First Revision)

Revision

Radiocommunication Network Facilities

Pending Registration

2

IMT-2020 (Fifth Generation) – User Equipment

New

Fixed & Wireless Terminal

Public Comment in July

3

IMT-2020 (Fifth Generation) – Base Station

New

Fixed & Wireless Terminal

Public Comment in July

4

Prediction and Measurements of EMF Exposure from Base Station

New

IMT & Future Networks

Public Comment Completed

5

5G Security – Requirements

New

Security, Trust and Privacy

Public Comment Completed

6

Technical Specifications for IMT-2020 (Fifth Generation) System

New

IMT & Future Networks

Public Comment completed

7

Industrial IoT Communication Framework

New

Internet of Things (IoT) & Smart Sustainable Cities

In Development

8

Information and Network Security – Cloud Service Provider Selection (First Revision)

Revision

Security, Trust and Privacy

In Development

9

Cellular Booster – Specifications

New

Fixed & Wireless Terminal

In Development

10

Deployment Requirement to Complete IPv6 Transition

New

Numbering & Electronic Addressing

In Development

11

Personal Information Management Systems (PIMS)

New

Security, Trust and Privacy

In Development

12

Internet of Things – Application Security Requirements

New

Security, Trust and Privacy

In Development

13

In-Building Fiber Cabling for Fiber-To-The-Premise for Brownfield

New

Network & Broadcast Infrastructure & Facilities

In Development

14

Cyber Security Workforce Development and Capacity Building

New

Security, Trust and Privacy

In Development

15

Technical Standard and Infrastructure Requirements for Broadcast Network Facilities (Second Revision)

Revision

Network & Broadcast Infrastructure & Facilities

Planning

16

Communications Street Cabinet

New

Network & Broadcast Infrastructure & Facilities

Planning

17

IoT Interoperability Framework (IoT Malaysia)

New

Internet of Things (IoT) & Smart Sustainable Cities

Planning

18

Zero Waste for Communications Industry

New

Green ICT, Environment & Climate Change

Planning

19

Critical Security Controls

New

Security, Trust and Privacy

Planning

20

Digital Identity and Trust Management

New

Security, Trust and Privacy

Planning

21

Information and Network Security – Code of Practice for Broadcasting

Revision 

Security, Trust and Privacy

Planning

22

Information and Network Security – Security Posture Assessment

Revision 

Security, Trust and Privacy

Planning

23

Specification for Technical Requirement for Over The Top (OTT)

New

Broadcast Technology

Planning

24

EMF Measurement for Broadcasting

New

IMT & Future Networks

Planning

25

Low Impact Facilities (LIF)

New

Radiocommunication Network Facilities

Planning

26

TC on Hydrogen Solution

New

Green ICT, Environment & Climate Change

Planning

MCMC MTSFB TC G015:2017
G indicates TC on other matters under Section 185 of the CMA 1998

MCMC MTSFB TC T014:2017
T indicates TC for the purpose of certifying communications equipment under the Communications & Multimedia (Technical Standards) Regulations 2000

What is Technical Report?

Technical Report (TR) is an output document from the completed project under the grant that describes the process, results and technical research. TR also includes recommendations and conclusions of the project.

List of Technical Report Published

No.Title of Technical ReportStatus
1Vehicle Diagnose Management System (VDMS)

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB TR 1:2018

2Real-time Water Quality Monitoring System in Ketutu Farming

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB TR 002:2019

3Smart Factory Industrial IoT

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB TR 003:2019

4IoT-Based Paddy Productivity Monitoring and Advisory System (E-Padi)

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB TR 004:2019

5Elderly Care IoT Platform and Solution

Published by MTSFB, MTSFB TR 005:2019

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Membership Fee

The initial subscription fee and annual membership fee payable by the applicant for Ordinary and Associate Membership is described in in the schedule below:

Initial Subscription Fees and Annual Membership Fees

Ordinary Members (OM)

Membership Annual Revenue Initial Fee (RM) Annual Fee (RM)
Licensees 100 Million and above 3,000 50,000
Above 50 Million to 100 Million 3,000 30,000
Above 10 Million to 50 Million 1,000 15,000
Above 5 Million to 10 Million 1,000 10,000
5 Million or less 1,000 3,000
Profit Organisation 100 Million and above 3,000 30,000
Less than 100 Million 1,000 30,000
Non-Profit Organisation All 1,000 3,000
National Standards Development Agency All 1,000 3,000
Others All 1,000 3,000

Membership Fee

The initial subscription fee and annual membership fee payable by the applicant for Ordinary and Associate Membership is described in in the schedule below:

Initial Subscription Fees and Annual Membership Fees

Associate Members (AM)

Membership Annual Revenue Initial Fee (RM) Annual Fee (RM)
All All 1,000 1,000
Institute of Higher Learning All Waived Waived

Differences between Ordinary Member (OM) and Associate Member (AM)​

No.DescriptionOrdinary Member (OM)Associate Member (AM)

1.

Admission to Membership & Its Criteria

Article 5
The applicant shall be:

a) a Licensee; or

b) a National Standards Development Agency; or

c) a corporation or a person whom the Board considers that their admission would advance the achievement of the objects of the Company.

Article 9
The Board will admit the membership of any person, corporation or organisation as an AM if:

a) the Board considers that the admission of that particular person, corporation or organisation would advance achievement of the objects of the Company; or

b) the person, corporation or organisation that is entitled to be admitted as an OM chooses to be admitted as an AM and not as an OM.

2.

Initial Subscription Fee and/or Annual Membership Fee

Article 10
Based on the Annual Revenue of the person concerned as stated under the ‘Membership Fee’ section.

Article 10
Initial subscription fee: RM1,000
– Annual membership fee: RM1,000

3.

Requisition for General Meetings

Article 21

The Director of MTSFB shall, on the requisition of not less than 10% of the total OM as at the date of the requisition deposit, convene an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) as soon as practicable.

Article 27(a)

The AM has no right to request for a general meeting.

4.

Voting Rights at General Meeting

Article 25
Every OM is entitled to vote in person or by proxy or by its Authorised Representative at any general meetings.

Article 35
On a show of hands or a poll, every OM shall have one vote.

Article 27

AM is entitled to attend the General Meeting (GM) in person or by proxy or by its Authorised Representative AND may only vote in relation to any variation to the fees stated under the ‘Membership Fee’ section and the appointment of the Chairman.

5.

Quorum for General Meeting

Article 26

Five (5) OM present in person or by proxy or by its Authorised Representative.

Article 27(b)

The AM will not be counted in determining whether a quorum is present at the time when the GM proceeds to business.

6.

Demand for Poll

Article 31

At least three (3) OR present in person or by proxy or by its Authorised Representative may demand for a poll.

No such provision in the Article of Association (AA) of MTSFB.

7.

Signing of Members’ Circular Resolution (MCR)

Article 51

A resolution in writing signed by ALL OM shall be as valid and effective as if the same has been passed at a GM of the Company.

No such provision in the Article of Association (AA) of MTSFB.

8.

Nomination & Appointment of Directors

Article 55
The OM is entitled to nominate a representative to sit in the Board of MTSFB.

No such provision in the Article of Association (AA) of MTSFB

9.

Notice of Meetings

Article 122

The Notice of every GM shall be given to the OM.

Article 122

The Notice of every GM shall be given to AM.

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Broadcast Technology

Scope

  1. To provide technical reference for development in areas encompassing Headend Equipment in Broadcast Hubs (compression, MUX, network), Broadcast Receiver & Devices (specifications, certification) and Broadcast Product & Services (OTT, HbbTV, etc.)

Achievement

  1. Registered ten (10) Technical Codes under Broadcast and Type approval
  2. Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) - Hybrid broadcast broadband television middleware profile was awarded as The Fast and Furious Technical Code Award 2017 at the MTSFB Appreciation Night 2018
WG8

Fixed and Wireless Terminal

Scope

  1. To formulate and develop the standards needed to support the delivery of services within or across fixed networks and wireless networks.
  2. To review existing standards and to provide a platform to assemble information from various aspects including the public expectation and industry updates including regulatory policies.
  3. To address/identify issues relating to the technical constraints in the latest technologies and propose recommendations for improvements.
  4. To enhance the coverage of the standards to cater for future development.
  5. To organise periodic seminars, awareness talks and engagement to increase the competency of the local industry and for public awareness.
  6. To participate and contribute to MCMC, regional and international activities at ITU and APT levels.

Achievement

  1. Registered eleven (11) Technical Codes under Type Approval
WG9

Green ICT, Environment & Climate Change

Scope

  1. To actively promote the GICT, Environment and Climate change concept in relation to the telecommunications industry and to set up a minimum related technical codes and/or guidelines that can be used across industries.

Achievement

  1. Registered three (3) Technical Codes under IPv6/GreenICT/IoT
WG7

Digital Financial Services

Scope

  1. Digital financial services is to work on digital payment services in relation to communications and multimedia industry.

Achievement

None

WG6

Security, Trust & Privacy

Scope

  1. STP WG is the lead working group on Information Network Security (INS), IoT security, application security, device security, as well as trust and privacy.

Achievement

  1. Registered ten (10) Technical Codes under Information Network Security
  2. The working group was awarded the Glory of Convergence  Award at the MTSFB Appreciation Night 2018
  3. Requirements for Information and Network Security was awarded as The Fast and Furious Technical Code Award 2016 at the MTSFB Appreciation Night 2018
WG5

Radio Network Facilities (RNF)

Scope

  1. To specify the general requirements for external telecommunications infrastructure that comprises the design requirements in the construction structural, mechanical, and electrical aspects including aesthetic and safety aspects in consideration of the public and community.

Achievement

  1. Registered four (4) Technical Codes under Radiocommunication/Mobile
  2. Radiocommunications Network Facilities – Smart Pole was awarded as  The Fast and Furious Technical Code Award 2017 at the MTSFB Appreciation Night 2018
WG4

Network and Broadcast Infrastructure and Facilities

Scope

  1. To be actively involved in developing and promoting the technical standards and infrastructure requirements related to Network and Broadcast Facilities and Infrastructure.

Achievement

  1. Registered ten (10) Technical Codes under Fixed Network and Broadcast 
  2. Technical Standard and Infrastructure Requirements for Broadcast Network Facility was awarded as The Inspire Technical Code Award 2016 at the MTSFB Appreciation Night 2018

WG3

Numbering & Electronic Addressing

Scope

  1. IPv6 shall be a subset of numbering and electronic addressing.
  2. To develop Standards/Guidelines/Technical Documents related to numbering and electronic addressing from the aspects of development, adoption, operational, use cases, and more.
  3. To organise and participate in events to increase competency on numbering and electronic addressing to adapt to future needs.

Achievement

  1. Registered three (3) Technical Codes under IPv6/GreenICT/IoT and Type Approval
WG2

IMT & Future Networks

Scope

  1. To identify and develop roadmap, guidelines, recommendations and standards to accelerate the adoption of 5G technology (IMT-2020).
  2. To identify and facilitate the development 5G use cases relevant to Malaysia.
  3. To organise periodic seminars on 5G to increase the competency of the local industry and awareness of 5G.
  4. To participate in and contribute to regional and/or international IMT-2020 activities at ITU and APT.

Achievement

  1. Registered one (1) Technical Codes under Radiocommunication/ Mobile
WG1

Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Sustainable Cities

Scope

  1. To develop IoT-related technical reports, guidelines, recommendations and standards.
  2. To work on Smart Sustainable Cities and 4th Industrial Revolution Technical Documents that are specific to IoT.
  3. To advise regulatory, legal and governmental bodies on IoT.
  4. To be involved in the IoT conferences and standards meeting such as ITU SG 20.
  5. To hold seminars on IoT standards and new emerging applications.
  6. To provide and create interoperability and conformance testing standards for IoT products.

Achievement

  1. Registered two (2) Technical Codes under Information Network Security and IPv6/GreenICT/IoT

Events

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