Telecom Equipment Exhibition Opened in Cluj Napoca
The President of ANCOM, Mr. Catalin Marinescu, has opened today, in Cluj, the anniversary exhibition on the occasion of celebrating 20 years of modern radio spectrum management in Romania. The exhibition presents to the public a series of radio equipment items, documents and various materials illustrating the evolution over time of Romanian communications. Among the items exposed, you may find models of the last ebonite telephone sets manufactured in our country, telephone sets used on the battle field during World War II, the first frequency measurement apparatus used by the Authority’s experts, as well as models of mobile telephones offered in Romania by the first operators of mobile telephone services, and an impressive collection of stamps displaying the evolution of the telecom sector.
The exhibition is open for visitors from 24 November 2011, Monday to Sunday between 08:00 and 20:00 hours, at the headquarters of the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology of the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, in 26-28 George Baritiu Street, Cluj. The entrance is free.