Operation Radio Regulation - Bfv

Original Language Title: Betriebsfunkverordnung – BFV

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12 regulation of the Federal Minister for transport, innovation and technology, with the provisions for the use of spectrum and spectrum allocation in the fixed service and in the non-public mobile land radio service in the frequency range from 29.7 to 925 MHz be set (operating radio regulation - BFV)

On the basis of article 53 of the Federal law, a telecommunications law enacted I is (Telecommunications Act 2003 TKG 2003), Federal Law Gazette No. 70/2003, last modified by Federal Law Gazette I no. 27/2011, is prescribed:



Table of contents



1 section

Scope, definitions, procedural requirements



§ 1



Scope and purpose



§ 2



Definitions



§ 3



Formal requirements



2. section

General terms and conditions



§ 4



Type of the frequency



§ 5



Operating mode



§ 6



Call sign of radio transmitters



§ 7



Protection of sight reception systems of the Federal Communications Commission



3. section

Conditions compared to neighbouring countries



§ 8



Permissible interference field strength and cross-border interference range



4 section

National planning basics



§ 9



Field of application and protected commercial field strength in the non-public radio service in the mobile



§ 10



High frequency power output in the fixed service



§ 11



Equivalent radiated power at fixed stations in the public radio service in the mobile



§ 12



Equivalent radiated power for portable radio stations



§ 13



Antennas



5. section

Interference



§ 14



Disorder treatment



6 article

Transitional and final provisions



§ 15



Transitional provision



§ 16



Announcements



§ 17



References



§ 18



In force 1 section

Scope, definitions, procedural requirements

Scope and purpose

§ 1 (1) to ensure a trouble-free and efficient use of the radio spectrum requirements for the use of radio spectrum and frequency allocation for radio systems in the fixed wireless service and of the non-public mobile land radio services ranging from 29.7 are set in this regulation up 925 MHz.

(2) that are generally applicable definitions for radio services in accordance with this regulation in the frequency range assignment regulation, Federal Law Gazette II No. 67/2011 set.

(3) that are for the this Regulation available to the use of radio frequencies and any terms of use and restrictions on use of frequency utilization Ordinance, Federal Law Gazette II No. 68/2011, set in.

(4) the national planning principles (section 4) are to apply only in so far as this is necessary for the efficient and trouble-free use of the spectrum in the usage area.

Definitions

§ 2. In this regulation 1 refers to "Fixed radio station" a radio station of the fixed radio service;

2. "Fixed radio station" a radio station of mobile radio service, which is designed not to during the movement operated;

3. "Fixed country radio station" is a fixed radio station the mobile land radio services;

4. an "Mobile land radio station" radio station of the mobile land radio service, which can change their location on the Earth's surface within the geographical boundaries of a country or an important

5. "simplex-" the mode of transmission in both directions only turns on a frequency is operated;

6 "Full-duplex operation" mode, in which transmission in both directions at the same time is on a frequency pair;

7 "Semi-duplex operation" mode, in which are transmitted on a frequency pair, where the transmitter and the receiver of the stationary radio station at the same time in operation are (duplex) and the transmitter and receiver of the other radio stations alternately; run

8 "protected commercial field strength" the field strength, that is reached or exceeded in the operational area at 50% of the places and 50% of the time

9 "permissible interference field strength" those value of occurring in the commercial channel field strength of foreign signals, a degradation of the reception of the signal may; occur beyond which

10 "Cross-border interference range" that distance the permissible interference field strength not; exceed the State border in the neighbouring country, where

11 "high frequency output power", a) for analog transmission methods, the average power a transmitter brings them during a period of high frequency vibration missing modulation the aerial supply line;

(b) in the case of digital transmission method, that average power that the transmitter antenna feeder supplies during a period of high frequency vibration with the highest crest factor occurring in the modulation schemes. The crest factor is the ratio of the peak value to the RMS value;

"Effective antenna height" in one direction and distance given 12 the difference between the height of the antenna base point (height of the antenna above ground) above sea level, and the calculated average height of the terrain in a geographical section. Interconnected antennas is the height of the antenna base point of the highest antenna;

13 "Terrain roughness" the difference between those levels, that is; exceeded by 10% or 90% of the terrain height in the considered direction and distance in a geographical section

14 "System loss" the damping of the radio signal between the output of a transmitter and the input of the receiver.

15 "Equivalent radiated power (ERP)" the radiated power in a given direction, resulting from the high frequency output power taking into account the attenuation occurring between transmitter output and the antenna and the antenna gain in this direction;

16. "Gain" means the ratio of the performance that is required at the entrance of a reference antenna to the power led to the entrance of the given antenna, so the two antenna in a given direction at same distance create same field strength. If nothing is specified, the number that expresses the gain of an antenna refers to the gain in the direction of the radiation of the main clubs. Reference antenna is a loss-free half wave dipole in free space;

17 "Angle" those angle between the two directions, which drops the radiated power to half of the power in the main beam direction;

18 "Exclusive rate" is a frequency or a frequency pair, which only a needed support for a specific area of application; allocated

19 "Community frequency" one frequency or a frequency pair, which several consumers without mutual interference possibility in the same area; allocated

20 "Radio network with a high density of conversation" a radio network, in which the occupancy time amounts to at least 10 minutes in the busy hour;

21 "Busy hour" that together following 60 minutes, in which occurs the maximum occupancy time;

22 "Allocation period" the sum of the individual times of radio frequency emissions.

Formal requirements

At least the technical specifications in accordance with Appendix 1 § 3 (1) for the application to be specified.

(2) geographic coordinates are according to the reference coordinate system "World Geodetic System" (WGS84) with an accuracy of better than (to be 30 m.

2. section

General terms and conditions

Type of the frequency

4. (1) exclusive frequencies or exclusive frequency pairs are only allocated, if a) the network for the protection of human life, or b) used for public purposes, or c) at least 40 radio transmitters per local usage area, at least 300 phone transmitters nationwide or at least 100 phone transmitters in another should be used in a radio network as a local or nation-wide field of application, or the radio network can be expected a high density of conversation , or d) a radio network operated on a frequency of community is an increasing density of use or special circumstances of satisfy the communication needs on a community frequency conflict, or e) is the radio network with a public communications network connection.

(2) community frequencies or frequency pairs of community be allotted if the conditions for the allocation of an exclusive frequency or an exclusive frequency pair are not given.

(3) continuous releases are not permitted on community frequencies.

(4) a frequency is considered to be exhausted if 14 consecutive days the average time of occupancy at least 15 minutes in the busy hour.

(5) radio networks already allocated exclusive frequencies can be laid on community frequencies if the condition for the allocation of an exclusive frequency is no longer satisfied.

Operating mode

5. (1) frequencies are allocated only for the simplex mode.

(2) frequencies for the operating modes are only allocated semi duplex and duplex, if the communication needs in the simplex mode can be satisfied.

(3) If fixed stations in simplex mode, frequencies of the simplex mode be allocated for any required feeder lines.

Call sign of radio transmitters

§ 6. Each mail flow the own radio station it emit assigned callsign openly speaking at the beginning or by means of automatic identification.

Protection of sight reception systems of the Federal Communications Commission


§ 7. The peak value of the field strength, measured with the allotted bandwidth, caused by transmitters the value of 105 dB microvolts/m in no case exceed at the location of the antenna systems for the telecommunications authority to protect of stationary bearing receiving systems of the Federal Communications Commission

3. section

Conditions compared to neighbouring countries

Permissible interference field strength and cross-border interference range

Coordination with the telecommunication administrations of the neighbouring countries affected is table § 8 (1) exceeding the permissible interference field strength at the State border at an altitude of 10 m above ground in accordance with standing to carry out mandatory. Coordination with the telecommunications administrations can be also falls below the permissible interference field strength, when this is required for harmful reasons.



Frequency band



permissible interference field strength on the border



29.7-47 MHz



+ 0 dBµV/m



68 – 87.5 MHz



+ 6 dB microvolts/m



146-174 MHz



+ 12 dB microvolts/m



230-399.9 MHz



+ 18 dB microvolts/m



406,1-470 MHz



+ 20 dB microvolts/m



870-880 MHz



+ 26 dB microvolts/m



915-925 MHz



+ 26 dB microvolts/m (2) If a coordination with the telecommunication administrations of the neighbouring countries affected has been carried, must be kept reason the permissible values for the interference field strength referred to in paragraph 1 at a height of 10 m in the removal of the maximum range of cross-border interference in accordance with the table below.



Frequency band



cross-border interference range



29.7-47 MHz



100 km



68 – 87.5 MHz



100 km



146-174 MHz



80 km



230,0 399.9 MHz



50 km



406,1-470 MHz



50 km



870-880 MHz



30 km



915-925 MHz



30 km (3) if the applicant to ensure the trouble-free operation of its wireless network considers it appropriate and this is justified for harmful reasons, coordination with the telecommunication administrations of the neighbouring countries affected is done via request.

4 section

National planning basics

Field of application and protected commercial field strength in the non-public radio service in the mobile

§ 9 (1) the usage area is that area at its edge, the protected commercial field strength is reached or exceeded.

(2) protected commercial field strength in analog transmission methods, measured at 3 m height above ground:



Frequency range



protected commercial field strength



29.7-47 MHz



+ 8 dBµV/m



68 – 87.5 MHz



+ 14 dBµV/m



146-174 MHz



+ 20 dB microvolts/m



230,0 399.9 MHz



+ 26 dB microvolts/m



406,1-470 MHz



+ 28 dB microvolts/m 6 dB higher values apply to wireless networks, the a) operated for public purposes, or b) are used for the protection of human life.

(3) protected commercial field strength in digital transmission method, measured at 3 m height above ground:



Frequency range



protected commercial field strength



380-399.9 MHz



+ 37 dB microvolts/m



415-420 MHz



+ 37 dB microvolts/m



425-430 MHz



+ 37 dB microvolts/m



870-880 MHz



+ 43 dB microvolts/m



915-925 MHz



+ 43 dB microvolts/m in other frequency bands, no planning values are set for digital transmission techniques.

High frequency power output in the fixed service

§ 10 (1) is the high frequency output power as a function of the system damping when radio stations of the fixed radio service:



System damping



maximum permissible frequency output power



up 107 dB



0.1 Watts



greater than 107 dB - less / equal 112 dB



0.3 Watts



greater than 112 dB - less / equal 117 dB



1 Watt



greater than 117 dB - less / equal 122 dB



3 watt



greater than 122 dB



6 Watt system damping is generally computed in accordance with Appendix 2 "calculation of the damping of the system].

(2) for wireless networks, the a) operated for public purposes, or b) are used for the protection of human life, the calculated value of the system damping is increased by 10 dB.

(3) in the frequency range of the value of the high frequency output, 32,20-39,65 MHz can be restricted if this is necessary for the protection of the reception of terrestrial television broadcasting.

Equivalent radiated power at fixed stations in the non-public mobile

Country radio service

11. (1) the equivalent radiated power is limited when fixed stations in the non-public mobile land radio service, taking into account the effective height of the antenna and terrain roughness on those value, is needed to meet the communication needs in the proposed area of application.

(2) equivalent radiated power (ERP)

In the frequency range 29.7-87,5 MHz:



effective height of the antenna



maximum permissible ERP



up to 10 m



25 W



30 m



12 W



50 m



6 W



70 m



3 W



110 m



1 W



170 m



0.3 W



from 270 m



0.1 W in the 146-174 MHz and 230-300 MHz frequency ranges:



effective height of the antenna



maximum permissible ERP



up to 25 m



25 W



40 m



12 W



60 m



6 W



80 m



3 W



120 m



1 W



180 m



0.3 W



up to 300 m



0.1 W frequencies 300.0 399.9 MHz 406,1-470,0 MHz, 870-880 MHz and 915-925 MHz:



effective height of the antenna



maximum permissible ERP



up to 60 m



50 W



80 m



25 W



120 m



12 W



180 m



6 W



230 m



3 W



300 m



1 W



500 m



0.3 W



from 900 m



0.1 W (3) the effective height of the antenna and the terrain roughness are computed in accordance with Appendix 3, "Determining the effective height of the antenna and terrain roughness". Accordingly, the maximum ERP is interpolates values the effective height of the antenna, which lie between the values in the tables in para 2. From the determined terrain roughness, a damping factor is determined in accordance with Appendix 3. The present value of the maximum ERP is to correct an attenuation correction factor.

(4) for networks with analog transmission methods, the a) operated for public purposes, or b) apply by 6 dB higher than that determined in accordance with paragraph 3 are used for the protection of human life.

(5) higher values than you calculated in accordance with paragraph 3 for digital transmission techniques apply to 9 dB.

(6) without prejudice to the results obtained in accordance with paragraph 2 to 5 the following are absolute limits of the maximum permissible equivalent radiated power: a) for digital transmission method: 100 W ERP b) for analog transmission system up to 300 MHz: 25 W ERP c) for analog transmission system over 300 MHz: 50 W ERP (7) which in paragraph 2 specifies values can basically (with 50% local and 50% time probability) communicate a mobile radio station with a fixed station in the distance :



Frequency range



Removal



29.7-47 MHz



35 km



47-68 MHz



30 km



68 – 87.5 MHz



25 km



146-174 MHz



20 km



230-399.9 MHz



20 km



406,1-451,3 MHz



20 km



451,3-470 MHz



18 km



870-880 MHz



10 km



915-925 MHz



10 km equivalent radiated power for portable radio stations

Section 12 (1) is the equivalent radiated power for mobile radio stations:



Frequency range



maximum equivalent radiated power



29.7-87,5 MHz



6 Watt



146-174 MHz



6 Watt



230,0 399.9 MHz



12 Watt



406,1-470,0 MHz



12 Watt



870-880 MHz



25 watt



915-925 MHz



25 watt (2) the equivalent radiated power of mobile radio stations operated at a height of more than 10 m above the ground, is maximum 1 Watt.

Antennas

§ 13 (1) in establishing a fixed radio station is to decide that a minimum interference field strength outside the field of application is caused when a sufficient supply of the area of use of the site, the directivity and the elevation angle of the antenna.

(2) planning values for directional antennas for radio stations of the fixed wireless service:



Frequency range



minimum profit



maximum horizontal opening angle



68.0-87,5 MHz



4 dB



140 degrees



146-174 MHz



7 dB



70 degrees



230,0 399.9 MHz



8 dB



70 degrees



406,1-470,0 MHz



9 dB



70 degrees



870-880 MHz



13 dB



50 degrees



915-925 MHz



13 dB



50 degrees (3) on vertical sites are to set up scanners on the radio lowest elevation angle.

5. section

Disorder treatment

Section 14 (1) the message about an interference can be informally at the locally competent radio monitoring, indicating the authorization data of the troubled radio.

(2) an is failure unless treated as such, if a) the radio equipment is built and operated according to the operating permit, b) the response threshold of the receiver (squelch) which disrupted radio equipment to the radio planning value of-107 is dBm or greater, c) an community frequency is blocked by a continuous release or evidenced by releases, which are not covered by grants, d) at the place of the deranged movable radio station the field strength of the signal reaches at least the value of protected commercial field strength in accordance with § 9 and e) the interference field strength measured is greater than the value of the permissible interference field strength, taking into account the attenuation or the gain of the antenna towards the source of interference, where the following time values must be passed:



Need disk group



Total time per hour



or



Duration of the single disturbance



or



Number of signal interference (less than 1 second per minute)



Security services (police, rescue, fire service, customs,


Shunting and train radio)



40 s



20 s



2



in the radio service operated for other public purposes



120 s



60 s



7



Other agencies



360 s



180 s



20 not occur in particular (2) interference, if the disabilities of the radio communications on community frequencies approved radio equipment caused by others on the same frequency in the same field of application except for continuous releases.

6 article

Transitional and final provisions

Transitional provision

§ 15. Permits issued before the entry into force of this regulation remain upright.

Announcements

§ 16. The agreement cited in Appendix 2 is on the telecommunications offices during office hours to inspection. She is also on the homepage of the Federal Ministry for transport, innovation and technology published.

References

17 references in this regulation to other regulations are to be understood as references to the applicable version.

In force

The operating radio regulation, BGBl. section 18 (1) with the entry into force of this regulation occurs no. 264/2004, override.

(2) a notification in accordance with Directive 98/94/EC establishing an information procedure in the field of technical standards and regulations, OJ No. L 204 of 21 July 1998, S 37, as amended by Directive 98/48/EC, OJ No. L 217 of 5 August 1998, S 18, took place under the number 2011/151/A.

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