According to "Evolution of world-wide acceptance of 2,4 and 5GHz bands,"Approval News, April 2004, Romanian Ministry of Communications and Information Technology Order Number 423 (8 December 2003, in Romanian) designates bands for low-power devices and harmonises the 2400-2483.5 MHz band for IEEE 802.11b and IEEE 802.11g radio LAN applications. The 5.150-5.350 GHz and 5.470-5,725 GHz frequency bands are harmonized for RLAN use according to ERC/REC 70-03 Annex 3.
"Trends in the Information Technology and Telecommunication Sector" by Roda Tinis, US Department of State Foreign Commercial Service, April 2002: "Licenses for the use of frequencies are issued by the Ministry of Communications and IT, for a fee. Before issuing a license, the Ministry needs to get the technical approval of the General Inspectorate for Communications and IT, which monitors the frequency spectrum and assigns frequencies..."
"Govt. kills ANRC before ex-president's return," HotNews.ro, 22 December 2006: "Four day before Christmas, the government decided to cease all activities at the National Telecom Regulation Agency (ANRC) and close the institution for good. ANRC is in the middle of two scandals: the postponing of the interconnection fees decrease at mobile telephony operators and the trial won by the former president, Ion Smeeianu, who proved that his mandate was abusively revoked [by the government]... By closing the entire institution, [Smeeianu] has nowhere to return to..."
But T-Regs' Yves Blondeel reported on 4 January 2007 that "ANRC is being replaced by a new National Regulatory Authority for Communications and Information Technology (ANRCTI), under the same leadership and with the same staff."