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eNotices - Creating electronic notices

eNotices is a PC based application designed to assist administrations and BR in the creation of electronic notices T01, T02, T03, T04, G02, GS1, GT1, GS2, GT2, GB1, TB2, TB3, TB4, TB5, TB8 and TB9 relating to sound and television broadcasting services. The application allows the retrieval of data, relating to assignments in the Plans or the Master Register (MIFR) as well as transactions currently under treatment, to be used in the creation of new notices.

It is recommended that the latest BRIFIC is installed so that characteristics of frequency assignments and proposed modifications are available.

The program is at present only available in English, French and Spanish.


Hardware requirements  
Minimum installation requirements:
  • Windows 2000, XP
  • 64 MB RAM
Click the link below to download the latest version

eNotices 4.9 (released 02 Oct 2013)

TERRABASEBETA.MDB containing BC data from the latest BRIFIC


How to run eNotices with the new BRIFIC DVD

Bug reports  
For bug reports, comments or suggestions, please contact













How to videos  
  • Create electronic notices to suppress assignments from the Master Register (MIFR) - Video
  • Create new T01 notice based technical characteristics of an existing frequency assignment in the GE84 Plan
  • Create TB3 notices requesting publication in Part B of the proposed modifications of which all coordination requirements have been obtained.
  • Create TB5 notices to suppress a number of frequency assignments from the PLAN
  • Create TB2 notices to notify for recording in the MIFR frequency assignments that have identical technical characteristics to those in the Plan.










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