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Telecom & IT

Overview

The country has a modern telecommunications system providing high-quality services between the country's main population centers. Under the government's five-year development plan, emphasis has been placed on the continuing and upgrade of the nation's telecommunications infrastructure.

Domestic Infrastructure

The Libyan government owns and operates the fixed-line and mobile network systems. The postal system is also nationalized with post office box and PTT facilities in all the large towns.

Telecommunications in Libya were greatly improved in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The interior of the country was served by various Radio relay and coaxed cable extended to numerous points and a domestic satellite system was constructed to serve areas not fully integrated into the ground-based networks. The number of telephone lines increased from 90 000 in 1978 to about 215 000 in 1985 with an average of 1 telephone for every 100 citizens. Switching was predominantly automatic.

In 1975 a microwave system connecting radio, telephone, and television signals along the coast was established; it was superseded in 1985 by US$ 25 million high capacity cable system and submarine cable that linked the whole coastal strip with parts of the south all the way to the Chadian border. The transmission systems included microwave radio relay, coaxial cable, submarine cable, tropospheric scatter, and satellites. The system was capable of serving approximately 10 million telephone subscribers, including those along the densely populated Mediterranean coast.

In 1987 Libya had a modern telecommunications system that provided high- quality service between the country's main population centers. The General Post Telephone and Telegraph Organization, a subsidiary of the Secretariat of Communications, carried out all telecommunications activities.

The majority of households in the capital city, Tripoli, have access to telecommunications facilities, whilst in rural areas teledensity is low, and the installation of main lines costly.

The latest contracts include the installation of a Siemens digital switch adding a further 8000 lines in the region of Tobruk to the country's rapidly expanding telecom infrastructure, and the laying down of a submerged fiber optic line (awarded to Alcatel) on the coast from Tripoli to Tobruk, supervised by GPTC.

 

 

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