Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Charges) Regulations 2011

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Published: 2012-01-01

Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Charges) Regulations 2011

JERSEY

REVISED EDITION OF THE LAWS

06.748.40

APPENDIX



R&O.60/2011

Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Charges) Regulations 2011



Registered by the Royal Court



6th May 2011



Coming into force



7th May 2011



The Office of Communications (“OFCOM”) make the following Regulations in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 12, 13(2) and 122(7) of the Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006[1] (“the Act”).

Before making these Regulations OFCOM have given notice of their proposal to do so in accordance with section 122(4)(a) of the Act, published notice of their proposal in accordance with section 122(4)(b) of the Act, and have considered the representations made to them before the time specified in the notice in accordance with section 122(4)(c) of the Act.

1      Citation and commencement

These Regulations may be cited as the Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Charges) Regulations 2011 and shall come into force on 3rd May 2011[2].

2      Interpretation

In these Regulations –

“the 2004 Regulations” means the Wireless Telegraphy (Spectrum Trading) Regulations 2004;

“the Act” means the Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006;

“apparatus” means apparatus for wireless telegraphy;

“Band I” means the band 55.750–68.00 MHz, with the exception of the sub-bands 60.750–62.750 MHz and 67.750–67.8375 MHz;

“base station” means a station which facilitates or controls communications between a mobile station and –

(a)     itself;

(b)     another mobile station;

(c)     a fixed mobile station; or

(d)     any electronic communications network;

“channel” means a part of the electromagnetic spectrum intended to be used for a transmission of signals and defined by –

(a)     two specified frequency limits;

(b)     its centre frequency and the associated bandwidth; or

(c)     an indication equivalent to (a) or (b);

“co-channel” means apparatus operating in an identical frequency or channel;

“core London area” means the area within a circle which has a 22 kilometre radius from Charing Cross, London which is located at grid square reference TQ 302 805;

“cross-polar” means the use of orthogonal polarisation to permit the re-use of identical frequencies or channels in the same area;

“earth station” means a radio station situated either on the earth’s surface or within the earth’s atmosphere and is intended for communication with one or more –

(a)     radio stations which are situated beyond, or are intended to be situated beyond, the earth’s atmosphere; or

(b)     radio stations of the same kind by means of one or more reflecting satellites or other objects in space;

“erp” means effective radiated power of transmission;

“exclusive basis” means authorised use of a channel which is not shared with any other licensee;

“fixed link” means a connection by wireless telegraphy designed for use between two fixed points;

“fixed mobile station” means a control point configured to operate in the manner of a mobile station;

“grid square” means a National Grid square of the 2nd series of Landranger maps published by the Ordnance Survey;

“heavy congestion area” means such part of the British Islands being in an area listed in Schedule 8 and identified by reference to a grid square which is considered by OFCOM to have a heavily congested use of the electromagnetic spectrum for a specified class of licence;

“high population area” means such part of the British Islands being in an area listed in Schedule 5 and identified by reference to a grid square which is considered by OFCOM to have a high proportion of the population;

“high usage bands” mean any of UHF Band I, UHF Band II and the VHF High Band;

“hub” means a single fixed site connected to more than one fixed station via wireless telegraphy links operating in the same frequency bands;

“large coverage area” means –

(a)     in relation to a Coastal Station Radio (International) licence an area within which wireless telegraphy is authorised under a licence condition permitting one or more of –

(i)     erp greater than or equal to 24 Watts where antenna height is greater than or equal to 10 metres above mean sea level;

(ii)    erp greater than or equal to 10 Watts where antenna height is greater than or equal to 20 metres above mean sea level;

(iii)   erp greater than or equal to 5 Watts where antenna height is greater than or equal to 30 metres above mean sea level;

(b)     in relation to a Coastal Station Radio (UK) licence an area within which wireless telegraphy is authorised under a licence condition permitting –

(i)     erp greater than 5 Watts where antenna height is greater than 10 metres above ground level; or

(ii)    erp less than or equal to 5 Watts where antenna height is greater than 30 metres above ground level; and

(c)     in relation to any other licence an area within which wireless telegraphy is authorised under a licence condition permitting one or more of –

(i)     erp greater than 5 Watts where antenna height is greater than 10 metres above ground level;

(ii)    erp less than or equal to 5 Watts where antenna height is greater than 30 metres above ground level;

(iii)   transmission within a circular area which has a radius greater than 15 kilometres but less than or equal to 30 kilometres;

“licence” means a wireless telegraphy licence;

“light congestion area” means such part of the British Islands being in an area listed in Schedule 8 and identified by reference to a grid square which is considered by OFCOM to have a lightly congested use of the electromagnetic spectrum for a specified class of licence;

“low population area” means such part of the British Islands being an area listed in Schedule 5 and identified by reference to a grid square which is considered by OFCOM to have a low proportion of the population;

“low usage bands” mean the band 133 kHz–147 kHz, the 26.225 MHz band, the 49.49375 MHz band, VHF Band I and the VHF Low Band;

“medium congestion area” means such part of the British Islands being in an area listed in Schedule 8 and identified by reference to a grid square which is considered by OFCOM to have a medium level of congested use of the electromagnetic spectrum for a specified class of licence;

“medium coverage area” means –

(a)     in relation to a Coastal Station Radio (International) licence an area within which wireless telegraphy is authorised under a licence condition permitting one or more of –

(i)     erp greater than 10 Watts where antenna height is less than 10 metres above mean sea level;

(ii)    erp greater than 7 Watts but less than 24 Watts where antenna height is greater than 5 metres above mean sea level but less than 20 metres above mean sea level;

(iii)   erp greater than 3 Watts but less than 10 Watts where antenna height is greater than 10 metres above mean sea level but less than 30 metres above mean sea level;

(iv)   erp greater than 1.5 Watts but less than 5 Watts where antenna height is greater than 20 metres above mean sea level;

(v)    erp less than 5 Watts where antenna height is greater than 30 metres above mean sea level;

(b)     in relation to a Coastal Station Radio (UK) licence an area within which wireless telegraphy is authorised under a licence condition permitting –

(i)     erp less than or equal to 5 Watts where antenna height is greater than 10 metres above ground level and less than or equal to 30 metres above ground level; or

(ii)    erp greater than 5 Watts where antenna height is less than or equal to 10 metres above ground level; and

(c)     in relation to any other licence an area within which wireless telegraphy is authorised under a licence condition permitting one or more of –

(i)     erp less than or equal to 5 Watts where antenna height is greater than 10 metres above ground level and less than or equal to 30 metres above ground level;

(ii)    erp greater than 5 Watts where antenna height is less than or equal to 10 metres above ground level;

(iii)   transmission within a circular area which has a radius greater than 3 kilometres but less than or equal to 15 kilometres;

“medium frequency” means that part of the electromagnetic spectrum between 531 kHz and 1602 kHz;

“medium population area” means such part of the British Islands being an area listed in Schedule 5 and identified by reference to a grid square which is considered by OFCOM to have a medium proportion of the population;

“medium usage bands” mean VHF Band II and the VHF Mid Band;

“medium wave broadcasting band” means that part of the electromagnetic spectrum between 526.5 kHz and 1606.5 kHz;

“mobile station” means a station (other than a base station) intended to be used while in motion or during halts at unspecified points;

“national channel” means a channel which the licensee is authorised to use throughout the United Kingdom;

“non-congestion area” means such part of the British Islands being in an area listed in Schedule 8 and identified by reference to a grid square which is considered by OFCOM not to have a congested use of the electromagnetic spectrum for a specified class of licence;

“outer London area” means all of the area, other than the core London area, which is within a circle having a 112 kilometre radius from Charing Cross, London which is located at grid square reference TQ 302 805;

“prescribed payment interval” has the meaning given by regulation 4(1);

“prescribed sum” means a fixed sum and/or a variable sum which is payable to OFCOM under regulation 4(1)(c) and/or (d);

“prescribed time” means the time when a sum is payable to OFCOM under regulation 4(1);

“shared basis” means authorised use of a channel which is shared with another licensee;

“slot” means the smallest unit of the electromagnetic spectrum used in the construction of a frequency plan, such that all bands, sub-bands, blocks and channels which are used in such plan are integer multiples of the slot size;

“small coverage area” means –

(a)     in relation to a Coastal Station Radio (International) licence an area within which wireless telegraphy is authorised under a licence condition permitting one or more of –

(i)     erp less than or equal to 10 Watts where antenna height is less than or equal to 5 metres above mean sea level;

(ii)    erp less than or equal to 7 Watts where antenna height is less than or equal to 10 metres above mean sea level;

(iii)   erp less than or equal to 3 Watts where antenna height is less than or equal to 20 metres above mean sea level;

(iv)   erp less than or equal to 1.5 Watts where antenna height is less than or equal to 30 metres above mean sea level;

(b)     in relation to a Coastal Station Radio (UK) licence an area within which wireless telegraphy is authorised under a licence condition permitting erp less than or equal to 5 Watts where antenna height is less than or equal to 10 metres above ground level; and

(c)     in relation to any other licence an area within which wireless telegraphy is authorised under a licence condition permitting one or more of –

(i)     erp less than or equal to 5 Watts where antenna height is less than or equal to 10 metres above ground level;

(ii)    transmission within a circular area which has a radius less than or equal to 3 kilometres;

“station” means a station for wireless telegraphy;

“UHF Band I” means that part of the electromagnetic spectrum between 410.00000 MHz and 449.49375 MHz;

“UHF Band II” means that part of the electromagnetic spectrum between 453.00625 MHz and 466.08750 MHz;

“VHF Band I” means that part of the electromagnetic spectrum between 55.75 MHz and 68.0 MHz;

“VHF Band II” means that part of the electromagnetic spectrum between 177.20625 MHz and 207.49375 MHz;

“VHF broadcasting band” means that part of the electromagnetic spectrum between 87.5 MHz and 108.0 MHz;

“VHF High Band” means that part of the electromagnetic spectrum between 165.04375 MHz and 173.09375 MHz;

“VHF Low Band” means that part of the electromagnetic spectrum between 68.08125 MHz and 87.49375 MHz; and

“VHF Mid Band” means that part of the electromagnetic spectrum between 137.96250 MHz and 165.04375 MHz.

(2)    Where these Regulations provide for the prescribed sum to be calculated by reference to a number of any of the following things –

(a)     base stations;

(b)     channels;

(c)     congestion areas;

(d)     fixed links;

(e)     grid squares;

(f)     mobile stations;

(g)     national channels;

(h)     population;

(i)     regional channels;

(j)     slots;

(k)     stations,

the number shall be taken to be the number the use of which is authorised by the licence at the prescribed time.

(3)    In relation to a Transmission of National and Local Radio Broadcasting Services licence and a Community Radio licence, a reference to the licensee’s coverage is a reference to the total population covered by the transmitters which the licensee is authorised to use in the medium wave broadcasting band or the VHF broadcasting band (as the case may be) as specified in the licence granted to the licensee, and “covered” shall be construed accordingly.

(4)    In relation to a Coastal Station Radio (International) licence, a Coastal Station Radio (UK) licence, a Coastal Station Radio (International) Area Defined licence and a Coastal Station Radio (UK) Area Defined licence –

(a)     “excluded channels” means –

(i)     channels 0 (156.000 MHz), 00 (160.600 MHz), 10 (156.500 MHz), 67 (156.375 MHz) and 73 (156.675 MHz) and the channel on 161.225 MHz, when used solely to assist Her Majesty’s Coastguard, and when used solely to assist the Secretary of State with oil pollution control activities; and

(ii)    channels 6 (156.300 MHz), 8 (156.400 MHz), 13 (156.650 MHz), 15 (156.750 MHz), 16 (156.800 MHz), 17 (156.850 MHz), 23 (157.150 and 161.750 MHz), 70 (156.525 MHz), 72 (156.625 MHz), 75 (156.775 MHz), 76 (156.825 MHz), 77 (156.875 MHz), 84 (157.225 and 161.825 MHz) and 86 (157.325 and 161.925 MHz); and

(b)     a reference to an international maritime channel means a channel specified in the table in Appendix 18 to the 2008 edition of the Radio Regulations.

(5)    In relation to a Programme Making and Special Events Fixed Site licence, a Programme Making and Special Events Link licence, a Programme Making and Special Events Low Power licence, a UK Wireless Microphone (Annual) licence and a UK Wireless Microphone (Biennial) licence –

(a)     “area” in relation to a channel specified in such a licence refers to an area with a population coverage below three million individuals;

(b)     “designated website” means the website address (at www.jfmg.co.uk or at such other website address as may be notified by OFCOM to persons who, in their opinion, are likely to be affected by any change of address by publishing such a notice on OFCOM’s website, www.ofcom.org.uk) of OFCOM’s agents managing and licensing in the classes of licence set out under the heading of Programme Making and Special Events in Schedule 2;

(c)     “multi use type (1)” in relation to a channel specified in such a licence refers to a maximum of 60 periods with each such period not exceeding 48 hours;

(d)     “multi use type (2)” in relation to a channel specified in such a licence refers to a maximum of 480 periods with each such period not exceeding 48 hours;

(e)     “occasional use” in relation to a channel specified in such a licence refers to a period not exceeding 48 hours;

(f)     “premium case” means a case where at the applicant’s request a licence is granted or varied outside office hours; and for the purposes of this definition “office hours” means 09.00 to 17.00 hours from Monday to Friday other than on a day which is a bank holiday in England and Wales;

(g)     “primary” in relation to a channel specified in such a licence refers to use at any time;

(h)     “programme making” includes the making of a programme for broadcast, the making of a film presentation, advertisement or audio or video tape, and the staging or performance of an entertainment, sporting or other public event;

(i)     “programme sound link” in relation to a channel specified in such a licence refers to a channel used to transmit the material produced in programme making from a fixed transmission station to a fixed receiving station;

(j)     “restricted service programme sound link” in relation to a channel specified in such a licence refers to a channel used to transmit the material produced in programme making from a fixed transmission station to a fixed receiving station where the transmission is for a period not exceeding thirty consecutive days;

(k)     “secondary” in relation to a channel specified in such a licence refers to use when the channel or band is not being used by another licensee under a licence which authorises such use as a primary channel;

(l)     “shared” in relation to a channel specified in such a licence refers to use at the same time as such a channel may be used by a licensee under another licence; and

(m)     “variation” in relation to such a licence refers to the addition of a channel to the channel specified in such licence;

and for the purpose of determining “population coverage” as referred to above, reference shall be made as appropriate to –

(i)     the estimated mid-year resident population for England and Wales for 2000 as shown in the “Office of National Statistics Population Estimates Mid-2000 for England and Wales” published in August 2001;

(ii)    the estimated mid-year resident population for Scotland for 2000 as shown in the “Mid-Year Population Estimates, Scotland” published in June 2001; and

(iii)   the estimated mid-year resident population for Northern Ireland for 2000 as shown in the “Annual Report of the Registrar General for Northern Ireland” published in November 2001.

(6)    In relation to a Satellite (Earth Station Network) licence “network” means a one-way or two-way service from any number of earth station terminals to a single geo-stationary orbit satellite transponder transmitting in the earth to space direction.

3      Revocation

The Regulations set out in Schedule 1 are hereby revoked.

4      Licence charges and time of payment

(1)    Subject to paragraphs (2) to (11) and to regulations 5 and 6, there shall be paid to OFCOM by the licensee –

(a)     on the issue of the licence and on the variation of the licence where such variation is prescribed in Schedule 2; and

(b)     on the last day of the period of twelve, twenty-four, thirty-six or (as the case may be) sixty months prescribed in Schedule 2, if any, in respect of the class of licence in question (the “prescribed payment interval”) and on the last day of each subsequent prescribed payment interval thereafter (the first prescribed payment interval having begun on the day of the issue of the licence) for which the licence continues in force,

in relation to a licence of a class listed in Schedule 2 –

(c)     the fixed sum, if any, specified in; and

(d)     the variable sum, if any, determined in accordance with the provisions of,

that Schedule.

(2)    Paragraph (4) shall apply to a licence where –

(a)     the licence is of any class other than:

(i)     those listed under the heading “Programme Making and Special Events” in Schedule 2;

(ii)    the Self Co-ordinated Links licence class (which is listed under the heading “Fixed Links” in Schedule 2); and

(iii)   the Non-Operational Temporary Use licence class (which is listed under the heading “Science and Technology” in Schedule 2); and

(b)     the sum otherwise payable for such licence is £75 or more per annum.

(3)    Paragraph (4) shall also apply to a licence within the Point to Point Fixed Links licence class (which is listed under the heading “Fixed Links” in Schedule 2)) where the sum otherwise payable for such licence is less than £75 per annum.

(4)    Where a licence to which this paragraph applies is issued for a period of less than one year the sum payable shall, subject to paragraph (5), be such sum as represents one-twelfth of the prescribed sum multiplied by the number of complete and part-complete months to the expiry of the licence.

(5)    The sum payable in accordance with paragraph (4) shall –

(a)     where such sum represents a fraction of a whole pound sterling be rounded up to the nearest pound sterling; and

(b)     be subject to a minimum of £20.

(6)    Paragraph (8) shall apply to a licensee where –

(a)     a prescribed sum is payable by that licensee in respect of a licence under paragraph (1);

(b)     the licence is of one of the following classes –

(i)     the classes listed under the heading “Broadcasting” in Schedule 2;

(ii)    the classes listed under the heading “Business Radio” in Schedule 2;

(iii)   the classes listed under the heading “Fixed Links” in Schedule 2;

(iv)   the classes listed under the heading “Public Wireless Networks” in Schedule 2; or

(v)    the classes listed under the heading “Satellite Services” in Schedule 2;

(c)     the licence is granted for a period of a year or longer; and

(d)     the prescribed sum due for payment by the licensee is in excess of £100,000.

(7)    Paragraph (8) shall also apply to a licensee where –

(a)     prescribed sums are payable by that licensee under paragraph (1) in respect of more than one licence where all of those licences are of the same class and that class is one of the classes listed in paragraph (6)(b);

(b)     each of those prescribed sums is due for payment by the licensee at the same prescribed time in accordance with paragraph (1);

(c)     each of the prescribed sums is in respect of licences granted for a period of a year or longer; and

(d)     the total of the prescribed sums due for payment by the licensee is in excess of £100,000.

(8)    If OFCOM receive notice from a licensee to which this paragraph applies of the licensee’s intention to make payment in ten equal instalments of a sum equal to the prescribed sum referred to in paragraph (6) or equal to the total of the prescribed sums referred to in paragraph (7)(d), the licensee –

(a)     shall not be required to make payment at the prescribed time other than in accordance with this paragraph; and

(b)     shall make payment of the sum in ten equal instalment payments with the first instalment to be paid to OFCOM on the day which shall be the same day as the prescribed time when the prescribed sum or the prescribed sums were to be paid to OFCOM and each subsequent instalment to be paid on the same day in each of the nine consecutive months thereafter (or in a month in which there is no such day, on the last day of the month).

(9)    Where at any time the licensee fails to make payment in accordance with paragraph (8), the total of the outstanding instalment payments shall become immediately due for payment.

(10)  No sums shall be payable to OFCOM in respect of the issue of a licence in order to effect a transfer of rights and obligations under a licence to another person under regulation 8(5) of the 2004 Regulations.

(11)  For any licence issued in order to effect a transfer under the 2004 Regulations, the prescribed payment interval shall be treated so as to commence and expire at the times when the corresponding prescribed payment interval would have commenced and expired under the licence from which the rights and obligations were transferred had the transfer not been made.

5      Concessionary licence charges

(1)    This regulation applies where a relevant licence is granted to an applicant, or held by a licensee, which –

(a)     is a charity; and

(b)     has as its object the safety of human life in an emergency.

(2)    The sum to be paid by a qualifying charity to OFCOM on the issue of a relevant licence, and on the last day of each of the prescribed payment intervals (if any), shall be one half of the prescribed sum. Where the sum so payable to OFCOM represents a fraction of a whole pound sterling then the sum payable by the qualifying charity shall be rounded up to the nearest whole pound sterling.

(3)    In this regulation –

“charity” means a person who –

(a)     being subject to the laws of England and Wales, or Scotland, or Northern Ireland, is a charity within the meaning of paragraph 1(1) of Schedule 6 to the Finance Act 2010;

(b)     being subject to the laws of the Isle of Man, is registered as a charity under the Charities Registration Act 1989;

(c)     being subject to the laws of Guernsey, is a member for the time being of the Association of Guernsey Charities; or

(d)     being subject to the laws of Jersey, is a member for the time being of the Association of Jersey Charities;

“qualifying charity” is a body falling within paragraph (1); and

“relevant licence” means a licence of one of the following classes –

(a)     all of the classes listed under the heading “Aeronautical” in Schedule 2;

(b)     all of the classes listed under the heading “Business Radio” in Schedule 2; and

(c)     all of the classes listed under the heading “Maritime” in Schedule 2 apart from Ship Radio and Ship Portable Radio.

6      Other licence charges

Where a sum is not prescribed by regulations made under section 12 of the Act whether on the issue of a licence or subsequently, there shall be paid to OFCOM such sum as OFCOM may in the particular case determine.



 



hyacinth s. nwana



 



Group Director, Spectrum Policy Group of the Office of Communications



14th April 2011



For and by the authority of the Office of Communications



SCHEDULES

SCHEDULE 1

(Regulation 3)

revocations



(1)
Regulations Revoked



(2)
References



The Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Charges) Regulations 2005



S.I. 2005/1378



The Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Charges) (Amendment) Regulations 2006



S.I. 2006/2894



The Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Charges) (Amendment) Regulations 2007



S.I. 2007/2326



The Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Charges) (Amendment) Regulations 2008



S.I. 2008/139



The Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Charges) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2008



S.I. 2008/2106



The Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Charges) (Amendment) Regulations 2009



S.I. 2009/66



SCHEDULE 2

(Regulation 4)

licence charges and payment intervals



The sum payable on the issue of the licence and on the expiry of each prescribed payment interval



Class of licence



Fixed sums



Variable sums



Prescribed payment interval



Aeronautical



Aeronautical Ground Station (Air Traffic/ Ground Movement Control)



£150



 



12 months



Aeronautical Ground Station (Air/Ground Communications Services)



£100



 



12 months



Aeronautical Ground Station (Airfield Flight Information Service)



£100



 



12 months



Aeronautical Ground Station (Operations Control)



£250



 



12 months



Aeronautical Ground Station (General Aviation)



£25



 



12 months



Aeronautical Ground Station (Fire)



£25



 



12 months



Aeronautical Ground Station (High Frequency)



£350



 



12 months



Aeronautical Ground Station (Offshore Platform)



£250



 



12 months



Aeronautical Radar



£50



 



12 months



Aeronautical Navigation Aid Stations



 



£50 for each navigational aid station.



12 months



Aircraft



 



(a) £20 for each aircraft which has an approved maximum take-off weight of not more than 3,200 kg.



12 months



 



 



(b) £150 for each aircraft which has an approved maximum take-off weight of more than 3,200 kg but not more than 14,000 kg.



12 months



 



 



(c) £350 for each aircraft which has an approved maximum take-off weight of more than 14,000 kg.



12 months



Aircraft (Transportable)



£15



 



12 months



Amateur Band



Amateur Radio



 



£20 for each licence that is not applied for electronically; no charge for persons aged 75 years or over.



 



Broadcasting



Restricted Radio Services Transmission (Class A – Freely Radiating)



 



(a) £15 per day for each medium wave broadcasting band frequency.



 



 



 



(b) £25 per day where the erp does not exceed 1 Watt for each VHF broadcasting band frequency.



 



 



 



(c) £40 per day where the erp exceeds 1 Watt for each VHF broadcasting band frequency.



 



Restricted Radio Services Transmission (Class B – Radiating Cable)



£100



 



12 months



Restricted Radio Services Transmission (Class C – Freely Radiating Very Low Power)



£100



 



12 months



Transmission of National and Local Radio Broadcasting Services



 



(a) For any number of transmitters in the medium wave broadcasting band –



12 months



 



 



(i) £226, where coverage is of fewer than 100,000 people;



 



 



 



(ii) £339 per complete 100,000 people covered, any final group of fewer than 100,000 people being disregarded, where coverage is of 100,000 people or more.



 



 



 



(b) For any number of transmitters in the VHF broadcasting band –



12 months



 



 



(i) £339, where coverage is of fewer than 100,000 people;



 



 



 



(ii) £509 per complete 100,000 people covered, any final group of fewer than 100,000 people being disregarded, where coverage is of 100,000 people or more.



 



Community Radio



£250



 



12 months



Self-help TV



 



£75 for each digital
Self-help relay



60 months



Broadcasting Services
(Transmission of National and Regional Analogue Television Broadcasts – BBC)



£283,708



 



12 months



Broadcasting Services (Transmission of National and Regional Analogue Television Broadcasts – Independent Television Networks)



£333,243



 



12 months



Business Radio



Business Radio (GSM-R Railway use)



 



£158,400 for each 2 x 200 kHz channel.



12 months



Business Radio (Simple UK)



£75



 



60 months



Business Radio (Suppliers Light)



£75



 



60 months



Business Radio (Simple Site)



£75



 



60 months



Business Radio (Area Defined)



 



For each authorisation under a licence of use of a 6.25 kHz channel for one of the areas set out in Column 1 of Schedule 6 in a high usage band, medium usage band or low usage band, the appropriate sum payable for that area and for that band which is indicated in Column 2, 3, 4, or 5 of Schedule 6, provided that where the total sum payable in respect of a licence is less than £75 then the sum payable is £75.



12 months



Business Radio (Technically Assigned)



 



(a) Subject to paragraph (b), for each authorisation under a licence of use of a 6.25 kHz channel in a high usage band, medium usage band or low usage band the appropriate sum payable is that determined in accordance with Parts 1 to 3 of Schedule 7, provided that where the total sum payable in respect of a licence is less than £75 then the sum payable is £75.



12 months



 



 



(b) For each authorisation under a licence of use of a 6.25 kHz channel for only 250 milliseconds in each two seconds or for only 500 milliseconds in each four seconds for each base station in a high usage band, medium usage band or low usage band the appropriate sum payable is one eighth of the sum determined in accordance with Parts 1 to 3 of Schedule 7, provided that where the total sum payable in respect of a licence is less than £75 then the sum payable is £75.



12 months



Public Safety Radio (380-385 MHz paired with
390-395 MHz)



 



(a) £15,578 for each channel for the area of Great Britain excluding the core London area and the outer London area.



12 months



 



 



(b) £3,647 for each channel in the outer London area.



12 months



 



 



(c) £107 for each channel in the core London area.



12 months



Fixed Links



Point to Point Security CCTV Services



 



(a) £720 for each hub with a bandwidth less than or equal to 56 MHz.



12 months



 



 



(b) £885 for each hub with a bandwidth greater than 56 MHz but less than, or equal to, 140 MHz.



12 months



 



 



(c) £1,030 for each hub with a bandwidth greater than 140 MHz but less than, or equal to, 250 MHz.



12 months



 



 



(d) £1,155 for each hub with a bandwidth greater than 250 MHz but less than, or equal to, 308 MHz.



12 months



 



 



(e) Where a hub listed in paragraphs (a) to (d) is added after the issue of the licence, such sum as represents one-twelfth of the prescribed sum on the issue of the licence, multiplied by the number of complete calendar months beginning with the date of the addition of the hub to the next anniversary of the issue of the licence.



 



Point to Point Fixed Links



 



(a) Subject to paragraphs (b) and (d), for each co-ordinated two-way fixed link, the appropriate sum calculated in accordance with the formula set out in Part 1 of Schedule 3.



12 months



 



 



(b) For each co-ordinated two-way fixed link added after the issue of the licence and where the additional links are operating
co-channel and cross-polar, 50 per cent of the prescribed sum specified in paragraph (a).



12 months



 



 



(c) For each one-way fixed link, 75 per cent of the prescribed sum specified in paragraph (a).



12 months



 



 



(d) Where a temporary co-ordinated two-way or one-way fixed link (other than an additional link referred to in paragraph (b)) is added after the issue of the licence, such sum as represents one-twelfth of the prescribed sum on the issue of the licence, multiplied by the number of complete calendar months beginning with the date of the addition of the link to the next anniversary of the issue of the licence.



 



Self Co-ordinated Links



 



£50 for each 65 GHz,
71–76 GHz and 81–86 GHz fixed link.



12 months



Scanning Telemetry



 



(a) £410 for each 2 x 12.5 kHz channel used at a base station hub which is not subject to national channel arrangements.



12 months



 



 



(b) £7,920 for each 2 x 12.5 kHz national channel.



12 months



 



 



(c) For each 1 x 12.5 kHz channel, 50 per cent of the prescribed sum specified in paragraphs (a) or (b) that would apply to a 2 x 12.5 kHz channel



12 months



Fixed Wireless Access



Fixed Wireless Access (3.5, 3.6, 10 GHz – Guernsey)



£5,000



 



60 months



Fixed Wireless Access (3.5, 3.6, 10 GHz – Isle of Man)



£5,000



 



60 months



Fixed Wireless Access (3.5, 3.6, 10 GHz – Jersey)



£5,000



 



60 months



Spectrum Access (3.6 GHz)



 



(a) £8,436 for each 1 MHz national slot, where co-ordination is required with earth stations.



12 months



 



 



(b) £2,226 for each 1 MHz national slot, where co-ordination is required with earth stations and fixed links.



12 months



Fixed Wireless Access (5.8 GHz)



 



£1 for each terminal, subject to a minimum fee of £50 for up to 49 terminals.



12 months



Fixed Wireless Access (28 GHz Guernsey)



 



(a) £1,800 for each 2 x 112 MHz channel in the 28.0525–28.1645 GHz, paired with
29.0605–29.1725 GHz, bands.



12 months



 



 



(b) £1,800 for each 2 x 112 MHz channel in the 28.1925–28.3045 GHz, paired with
29.2005–29.3125 GHz, bands.



12 months



 



 



(c) £1,800 for each 2 x 112 MHz channel in the 28.3325–28.4445 GHz, paired with
29.3405–29.4525 GHz, bands.



12 months



Fixed Wireless Access (28 GHz Isle of Man)



 



(a) £2,133 for each 2 x 112 MHz channel in the 28.0525–28.1645 GHz, paired with
29.0605–29.1725 GHz, bands.



12 months



 



 



(b) £2,133 for each 2 x 112 MHz channel in the 28.1925–28.3045 GHz, paired with
29.2005–29.3125 GHz, bands.



12 months



 



 



(c) £2,133 for each 2 x 112 MHz channel in the 28.3325–28.4445 GHz, paired with
29.3405–29.4525 GHz, bands.



12 months



Fixed Wireless Access (28 GHz Jersey)



 



(a) £2,533 for each 2 x 112 MHz channel in the 28.0525–28.1645 GHz, paired with
29.0605–29.1725 GHz, bands.



12 months



 



 



(b) £2,533 for each 2 x 112 MHz channel in the 28.1925–28.3045 GHz, paired with
29.2005–29.3125 GHz, bands.



12 months



 



 



(c) £2,533 for each 2 x 112 MHz channel in the 28.3325–28.4445 GHz, paired with
29.3405–29.4525 GHz, bands.



12 months



Maritime



Coastal Station Radio (Marina)



 



£75 for each base station and associated mobile stations for channels 80 (161.625 MHz), M (157.850 MHz) and M2 (161.425 MHz).



12 months



Coastal Station Radio (International)



 



(a) For licences to use international maritime channels 9 (156.450 MHz), 11 (156.550 MHz), 12 (156.600 MHz), 14 (156.700 MHz), 68 (156.425 MHz), 69 (156.475 MHz), 71 (156.575 MHz) and 74 (156.725 MHz) for each authorisation under a licence of use of a 6.25 kHz channel for a base station in one of the areas in Column 1 of Schedule 9 for a small coverage area, a medium coverage area or a large coverage area, the appropriate sum payable for those areas which is indicated in Column 2, 3 or 4 of Schedule 9, provided that where the total sum payable in respect of a licence is less than £75 then the sum payable is £75.



12 months



 



 



(b) For licences to use international maritime channels 87 (157.375 MHz) and 88 (157.425 MHz) for each authorisation under a licence of use of a 6.25 kHz channel for a base station £18.75, provided that where the total sum payable in respect of a licence is less than £75 then the sum payable is £75.



12 months



 



 



(c) For a licence to use any other international maritime channels £75 for each 2 x 25 kHz channel, provided that excluded channels shall not be taken into account.



12 months



Coastal Station Radio (International) Area Defined



 



(a) For licences to use international maritime channels 9 (156.450 MHz), 11 (156.550 MHz), 12 (156.600 MHz), 14 (156.700 MHz), 68 (156.425 MHz), 69 (156.475 MHz), 71 (156.575 MHz) and 74 (156.725 MHz) for each authorisation under a licence of use of a 6.25 kHz channel for one of the areas in Column 1 of Schedule 10 the appropriate sum payable for that area which is indicated in Column 2 of Schedule 10, provided that where the total sum payable in respect of a licence is less than £75 then the sum payable is £75.



12 months



 



 



(b) For licences to use international maritime channels 87 (157.375 MHz) and 88 (157.425 MHz) for each authorisation under a licence of use of a 6.25 kHz channel for an area of the size indicated in Column 1 of Schedule 11 the appropriate sum payable for that area which is indicated in Column 2 of Schedule 11, provided that where the total sum payable in respect of a licence is less than £75 then the sum payable is £75.



12 months



 



 



(c) For a licence to use any other international maritime channel for each authorisation under a licence of use of a 2 x 25 kHz channel for an area of the size indicated in Column 1 of Schedule 12 the appropriate sum payable for that area which is indicated in Column 2 of Schedule 12, provided that excluded channels shall not be taken into account and that where the total sum payable in respect of a licence is less than £75 then the sum payable is £75.



12 months



Coastal Station Radio (UK)



 



For each authorisation under a licence of use of a 6.25 kHz channel for a base station in one of the areas in Column 1 of Schedule 13 for a small coverage area, a medium coverage area or a large coverage area, the appropriate sum payable for those areas which is indicated in Column 2, 3 or 4 of Schedule 13, provided that excluded channels shall not be taken into account and that where the total sum payable in respect of a licence is less than £75 then the sum payable is £75.



12 months



Coastal Station Radio (UK) Area Defined



 



For each authorisation under a licence of use of a 6.25 kHz channel for one of the areas in Column 1 of Schedule 14 the appropriate sum payable for that area which is indicated in Column 2 of Schedule 14, provided that excluded channels shall not be taken into account and that where the total sum payable in respect of a licence is less than £75 then the sum payable is £75.



12 months



Coastal Station Radio (Training School)



£20



 



 



Differential Global Positioning System



 



£1,000 for each channel per medium frequency station.



12 months



Maritime Navigational Aids and Radar



 



£40 for each frequency per navigational aid or radar station.



 



Maritime Radio (Suppliers and Demonstration)



£75



 



60 months



Ship Portable Radio



 



£20 for each licence that is not applied for electronically.



 



Ship Radio



 



£20 for each licence that is not applied for electronically.



 



Programme Making and Special Events



Programme Making and Special Events Fixed Site



 



(a) For the issue of a licence –



 



 



 



(i) £28 for each channel per site in respect of a single channel talk-back or a single channel radio microphone;



 



 



 



(ii) £168 for each channel per site in respect of a
multi-channel talk-back, a multi-channel radio microphone or a wideband channel; plus –



 



 



 



(iii) in a premium case, £55.



 



 



 



(b) For the variation of a licence –



 



 



 



(i) subject to paragraph (b)(ii), where a channel listed in paragraph (a)(i) or (ii) is added, such sum as represents one-twelfth of the sum payable for the issue of a licence for the type of channel to which the additional channel belongs, multiplied by the number of complete and part-complete calendar months beginning with the day of the addition of the channel to the next anniversary of the issue of the licence;



 



 



 



(ii) where the aggregate sum payable for a variation of a licence in this paragraph in any case other than a premium case would otherwise be less than £28, a charge of £28 only; plus –



 



 



 



(iii) in a premium case, £55.



 



Programme Making and Special Events Link



 



(a) Subject to paragraph (a)(xlvi), for the issue of a licence –



 



 



 



(i) £2.75 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band
26–65 MHz for occasional use;



 



 



 



(ii) £8.50 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band
65–470 MHz for occasional use;



 



 



 



(iii) £2.75 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band 470–1,000 MHz for occasional use;



 



 



 



(iv) £17 for each channel (not being a telemetry or telecommand channel) of 0.5 MHz in the band
1–2 GHz for occasional use;



 



 



 



(v) £17 for each telemetry or telecommand channel of 5MHz in the band 1–2 GHz for occasional use;



 



 



 



(vi) £28 for each channel of 5 MHz in the band 2–5 GHz for occasional use;



 



 



 



(vii) £17 for each channel of 5 MHz in the band
5–8 GHz for occasional use;



 



 



 



(viii) £8.50 for each channel of 5 MHz above 8 GHz for occasional use;



 



 



 



(ix) £153 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band
26–65 MHz for multi use type (1) channels;



 



 



 



(x) £472 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band
65–470 MHz for multi use type (1) channels;



 



 



 



(xi) £153 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band 470–1,000 MHz for multi use type (1) channels;



 



 



 



(xii) £944 for each channel of 0.5 MHz in the band
1–2 GHz for multi use type (1) channels;



 



 



 



(xiii) £1,554 for each channel of 5 MHz in the band 2–5 GHz for multi use type (1) channels;



 



 



 



(xiv) £944 for each channel of 5 MHz in the band
5–8 GHz for multi use type (1) channels;



 



 



 



(xv) £472 for each channel of 5 MHz above 8 GHz for multi use type (1) channels;



 



 



 



(xvi) £990 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band
26–65 MHz for multi use type (2) channels;



 



 



 



(xvii) £3,060 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band 65–470 MHz for multi use type (2) channels;



 



 



 



(xviii) £990 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band 470–1,000 MHz for multi use type (2) channels;



 



 



 



(xix) £6,120 for each channel of 0.5 MHz in the band 1–2 GHz for multi use type (2) channels;



 



 



 



(xx) £10,080 for each channel of 5 MHz in the band 2–5 GHz for multi use type (2) channels;



 



 



 



(xxi) £6,120 for each channel of 5 MHz in the band 5–8 GHz for multi use type (2) channels;



 



 



 



(xxii) £3,060 for each channel of 5 MHz above 8 GHz for multi use type (2) channels;



 



 



 



(xxiii) £22 for each primary channel of 12.5 kHz in the band 26–65 MHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxiv) £113 for each primary channel of 12.5 kHz in the band
65–470 MHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxv) £22 for each primary channel of 12.5 kHz in the band 470–1,000 MHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxvi) £130 for each primary channel of 0.5 MHz in the band 1–2 GHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxvii) £225 for each primary channel of 5 MHz in the band 2–5 GHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxviii) £130 for each primary channel of 5 MHz in the band 5–8 GHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxix) £65 for each primary channel of 5 MHz above 8 GHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxx) £11 for each secondary channel of 12.5 kHz in the band
26–65 MHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxxi) £57 for each secondary channel of 12.5 kHz in the band
65–470 MHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxxii) £11 for each secondary channel of 12.5 kHz in the band
470–1,000 MHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxxiii) £65 for each channel of 0.5 MHz in the band 1–2 GHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxxiv) £113 for each secondary channel of 5 MHz in the band 2–5 GHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxxv) £65 for each secondary channel of 5 MHz in the band 5–8 GHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxxvi) £33 for each secondary channel of 5 MHz above 8 GHz for each area;



 



 



 



(xxxvii) £52 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band 26–65 MHz for programme sound link use;



 



 



 



(xxxviii) £246 for each channel of 0.5 MHz in the band 1517–1525 MHz for programme sound link use;



 



 



 



(xxxix) £14 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band 26–65 MHz for restricted service programme sound link use;



 



 



 



(xl) £43 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band
65–470 MHz for restricted service programme sound link use;



 



 



 



(xli) £14 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band 470–1,000 MHz for restricted service programme sound link use;



 



 



 



(xlii) £120 for each channel of 0.5 MHz in the band 1517–1525 MHz for restricted service programme sound link use;



 



 



 



(xliii) £12 for each 10 MHz channel in the band
2–5 GHz for each licence for digital wireless camera use;



 



 



 



(xliv) £666 for each 10 MHz channel in the band 2–5 GHz for multi use type (1) channels for each licence for digital wireless camera use;



 



 



 



(xlv) £4,320 for each 10 MHz channel in the band 2–5 GHz for multi use type (2) channels for each licence for digital wireless camera use;



 



 



 



(xlvi) where the aggregate sum payable on the issue of a licence in this paragraph in any case other than a premium case would otherwise be less than £28, a charge of £28 only; plus –



 



 



 



(xlvii) in a premium case, £55.



 



 



 



(b) For the variation of a licence –



 



 



 



(i) subject to paragraph (b)(ii), where a channel listed in paragraph (a)(xxiii) to (xxxviii) is added, such sum as represents one-twelfth of the sum payable for the issue of a licence for the type of channel to which the additional channel belongs, multiplied by the number of complete and part-complete calendar months beginning with the day of the addition of the channel to the next anniversary of the issue of the licence;



 



 



 



(ii) where the aggregate sum payable for a variation of a licence in this paragraph in any case other than a premium case would otherwise be less than £28, a charge of £28 only; plus –



 



 



 



(iii) in a premium case, £55.



 



Programme Making and Special Events Audio Distribution Services



 



(a) £14 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band
26–65 MHz.



 



 



 



(b) £43 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band
65–470 MHz.



 



 



 



(c) £14 for each channel of 12.5 kHz in the band
470–1,000 MHz.



 



 



 



(d) £120 for each channel of 0.5 MHz in the band 1517–1525 MHz.



 



Programme Making and Special Events Low Power



 



(a) Subject to paragraph (a)(viii), for the issue of a licence –



 



 



 



(i) £8.50 for each occasional use channel for a single channel radio microphone;



 



 



 



(ii) £472 for each multi use type (1) channel for a single channel radio microphone;



 



 



 



(iii) £3,060 for each multi use type (2) channel for a single channel radio microphone;



 



 



 



(iv) £70 for each primary single radio microphone for each area;



 



 



 



(v) £27 for each secondary single radio microphone for each area;



 



 



 



(vi) £51 for each occasional use of a multi-channel radio microphone or a single wideband channel;



 



 



 



(vii) £2,831 for each multi use type (1) channel of a multi-channel radio microphone or a single wideband channel;



 



 



 



(viii) where the aggregate sum payable on the issue of a licence in this paragraph in any case other than a premium case would otherwise be less than £28, a charge of £28 only; plus –



 



 



 



(ix) in a premium case, £55.



 



 



 



(b) For the variation of a licence –



 



 



 



(i) subject to paragraph (b)(ii), where a channel listed in paragraph (a)(iv) to (vii) is added, such sum as represents one-twelfth of the sum payable for the issue of a licence for the type of channel to which the additional channel belongs, multiplied by the number of complete and part-complete calendar months beginning with the day of the addition of the channel to the next anniversary of the issue of the licence;



 



 



 



(ii) where the aggregate sum payable for a variation of a licence in this paragraph in any case other than a premium case would otherwise be less than £28, a charge of £28 only; plus –



 



 



 



(iii) in a premium case, £55.



 



UK Wireless Microphone (Annual)



 



(a) £75 for each shared multi-channel or wideband channel in the British Islands, where the licensee has applied for the licence using the facilities for application and payment on the designated website.



12 months



 



 



(b) In any case other than that specified in paragraph (a), £85 for each shared multi-channel or wideband channel in the British Islands.



12 months



UK Wireless Microphone (Biennial)



 



(a) £135 for each shared multi-channel or wideband channel in the British Islands, where the licensee has applied for the licence using the facilities for application and payment on the designated website.



24 months



 



 



(b) In any case other than that specified in paragraph (a), £155 for each shared multi-channel or wideband channel in the British Islands.



24 months



Public Wireless Networks



Public Wireless Networks



 



(a) £142,560 for each 2 x 200 kHz national channel in the band
880.0–960.0 MHz.



12 months



 



 



(b) £110,880 for each 2 x 200 kHz national channel in the band
1710.0–1880.0 MHz.



12 months



Public Wireless Networks (2G and 3G Cellular Operator – Guernsey)



 



£320 for each 2 x 200 kHz channel or slot. £4,000 for each 1 x 5 MHz channel or slot. £8,000 for each 2 x 5 MHz channel or slot.



12 months



Public Wireless Networks (2G and 3G Cellular Operator – Jersey)



 



£320 for each 2 x 200 kHz channel or slot. £4,000 for each 1 x 5 MHz channel or slot. £8,000 for each 2 x 5 MHz channel or slot.



12 months



Public Wireless Networks (2G and 3G Cellular Operator – Isle of Man)



 



£320 for each 2 x 200 kHz channel or slot. £4,000 for each 1 x 5 MHz channel or slot. £8,000 for each 2 x 5 MHz channel or slot.



12 months



Satellite Services



Satellite (Earth Station Network)



£200



For each terminal requiring technical coordination by Ofcom £200.



12 months



Satellite (Earth Station – Non-Fixed Satellite Service)



£500



 



12 months



Satellite (Earth Station – Non-Geostationary)



£500



 



12 months



Satellite (Permanent Earth Station)



 



For each site (the area contained within a circle of a radius of 500 metres centred on a point defined by the licensee), the appropriate sum calculated in accordance with the formula set out in Part 1 of Schedule 4.



12 months



Satellite (Transportable Earth Station)



 



For each earth station operating in one of the bands specified in columns 2, 3 or 4 of the table in Part 3 to Schedule 4, the appropriate sum payable in accordance with that Part of that Schedule as determined by the power and bandwidth of the earth station.



12 months



Satellite (Complementary Ground Components of a Mobile Satellite System)



 



£554,400 for each 2 x 1 MHz national channel in the bands
1980–2010 MHz and
2170–2200 MHz.



12 months
 



Science and Technology



Non-Operational Temporary Use



 



£50 per location each month.



 



Non-Operational Development



 



£50 for each station or apparatus per location.



12 months



Miscellaneous
(a) for up to 12 months



£20



 



 



Miscellaneous
(b) for 12 to 60 months



£50



 



 



Ground Probing Radar



£50



 



36 months



SCHEDULE 3

(Schedule 2)

formula for calculating the appropriate sum for
the point to point fixed links licence

part 1

formula

1      In this Schedule –

(a)     “the appropriate sum” means the amount in pounds sterling, which is payable for a Point to Point Fixed Links licence, calculated in accordance with the formula set out in paragraph 2; and

(b)     “Availability” means the minimum percentage of time that the fixed link is capable of functioning as set out in the licensee’s licence.

2      The formula is AS = Sp x Bwf x Bf x Plf x Avf where –

“AS” means the appropriate sum;

“Avf” means the Availability Factor, being the number in Column 2 of the table set out in Part 5 as determined by the Availability (in per cent) as set out in Column 1 of that table;

“Bf” means the Band Factor, being the number in Column 2 of the table set out in Part 2 as determined by the range of frequency band (in GHz), if any, of a fixed link set out in Column 1 of that table in which the licensee’s band falls as declared by the licensee on application for a licence;

“Bwf” means the Bandwidth Factor, subject to paragraph 3, being the number corresponding to the bandwidth (in MHz) of a co-ordinated two-way fixed link (or a part thereof) as declared by the licensee on application for a licence;

“MPL” means the Minimum Path Length, being the number corresponding to the applicable (depending on the amount of data that can be transmitted over the bandwidth (“the data rate”) or over the channel width for analogue systems) length of the path (in kilometres) specified in Columns 2 and 3 of tables 1 or 2 set out in Part 4 as determined by the range of frequency band (in GHz), if any, of a fixed link set out in Column 1 of those respective tables in which the licensee’s band falls as declared by the licensee on application for a licence;

“PL” means the Path Length, being the number corresponding to the distance (in kilometres) between two fixed points of the link as declared by the licensee on application for a licence;

“Plf” means the Path Length Factor, being the number in Column 2 of the table set out in Part 3 as determined by the relationship between the PL and the MPL as set out in Column 1 of that table except for the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, where Plf is 1; and

“Sp” means the Spectrum Price, being a fixed sum of £88 per 2 x 1 MHz bandwidth for each co-ordinated two-way fixed link.

3      Where the number of the bandwidth (in MHz) of a co-ordinated two-way fixed link (or a part thereof) as set out in the licensee’s licence is less than 1.0, the number of the Bandwidth Factor shall be 1.0.

PART 2

BAND FACTOR



Column 1: Range of frequency band (fb)(in GHz)



Column 2: Band Factor



1.35 ≤ fb < 2.69



1.0



3.60 ≤ fb < 4.20



1.0



5.92 ≤ fb < 7.13



0.74



7.42 ≤ fb < 7.90



0.74



10.70 ≤ fb < 11.70



0.43



12.75 ≤ fb < 15.35



0.43



17.30 ≤ fb PL



Smaller of (MPL / PL)0.5 and 4



PART 4

MINIMUM PATH LENGTH

Table 1



Column 1: Range of frequency band (fb)(in GHz)



Column 2: MPL (km) where the data rate is
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