People's Republic Of China Radio Frequency Allocation Provisions

Original Language Title: 中华人民共和国无线电频率划分规定

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People's Republic of China radio frequency allocation provisions

    (Released November 28, 2013, Ministry of industry and information technology, the 26th since February 1, 2014) general framework

    First to the full, proper and efficient use of radio spectrum resources, guarantee the normal operation of radio services and prevent various radio services, radio stations, and interference between systems, in accordance with the People's Republic of China Radio Regulations, the International Telecommunication Union's radio regulations (2012) and the situation of development of China's radio service, and these provisions are formulated.

    Article in the People's Republic of China territory (except for Hong Kong and Macao regions) development, production, import, sales, testing and setting the use of radio equipment shall comply with these provisions, and in accordance with the People's Republic of China, such as provisions of the radio regulations going through corresponding formalities.

Article in China's Hong Kong and Macau S.A.R. the use of radio frequencies, shall abide by Chinese Hong Kong, Macau S.A.R. Government of radio management laws.

These provisions include the Hong Kong, China, Macao radio frequency allocation table by China Hong Kong and Macau S.A.R. Government to develop and implement, relevant information and provided to China Hong Kong, Macau S.A.R. Government statutory text shall prevail.

    This provision has been included in China's Taiwan area radio frequency allocation tables. Fourth article of the regulations come into force on February 1, 2014.

    People's Republic of China industry and information technology Ministry released on October 18, 2010, the People's Republic of China regulations on the radio frequency allocation (People's Republic of China Ministry of industry and information technology, 16th) repealed simultaneously.

    Directory

1th part of radio management terms and definitions

1.1 General terms

1.2 the term designating the frequency management

1.3 radio services

1.4 radio stations and systems

1.5 operational terms

1.6 characteristics of emission and radio equipment

1.7 frequency sharing

1.8 space technology terms

1.9 radio frequency bands and band names

1.10 band commonly used letter codes and business correspondence table

1.11 the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) regional division

2nd chapter of the technical characteristics of radio

3rd radio frequency allocation provisions of chapter

3.1 Introduction

3.2 business lines and Division of

3.3 General requirements

3.4 radio frequency allocation table

3.5 International Telecommunication Union radio frequency allocations footnote

3.6 Chinese radio frequency allocations footnote

Appendix

Appendix 1-transmitter frequency tolerance

Appendix 2 transmitter spurious domain transmit power limit requirements

Annex 1 to determine the stray field emission and Outland emission limits of supplementary regulations

The provisions of annex 2 to the fixed service reference measurement bandwidth values

The provisions of annex 3 to the land mobile service reference measurement bandwidth values

Appendix 3 launches chapter identifies the 1th and the necessary bandwidth radio management terms and definitions The following terms and definitions are taken from the Chinese national standard of the radio management in terms of the (GB/T 13622-2012) and the 2012 Edition of the radio regulations of the International Telecommunication Union, these terms and definitions are provided for the only unified call and understand its meaning.

    If the words in the following text to add black imitation of the print, it indicates that the term itself has been defined in this chapter.

1.1 General terms General terms

1.1.1 Department Administration

Responsible for the Constitution of the International Telecommunication Union, the International Telecommunications Union Convention and administrative obligations under the rules of any Government Department or the operational agencies of the Government.

1.1.2 telecommunications telecommunication

By wire, radio, optical or other electromagnetic system of signs, signals, writing, images, sounds or other information to the transmission, emission or reception.

1.1.3 radio radio

On the use of radio waves is known.

1.1.4 radio waves or Hertzian waves radio waves or Hertzian waves

Frequency requirements in 3000GHz, without artificial bird and the propagation of electromagnetic waves in space.

1.1.5 radiocommunication radiocommunication

Telecom of using radio waves.

1.1.6 ground radio communication terrestrial radiocommunication

Any except the space radiocommunication or radio astronomy radio communications.

1.1.7 space radiocommunications space radiocommunication

Include the use of one or more space stations, or use one or more reflections of satellite, or use any radio traffic space by other objects.

1.1.8 the determination of Radiodetermination

Using propagation characteristics of radio waves to measure the target position, speed and/or other features, or access to information associated with these parameters.

1.1.9 the navigation radionavigation

Used for navigation (including obstacle alarm) radio-determination.

1.1.10 radiolocation radiolocation

Used to measure radio but the radio navigation.

1.1.11 radio direction finding radio direction-finding

Using radio waves to determine a radio or radio-determination of the direction of the target.

1.1.12, radio astronomy, radio astronomy

Received from the universe of radio astronomy.

1.1.13 the coordinated universal time (UTC) Coordinated Universal Time

Based on the provisions of the ITU Recommendations ITU-r TF.460-6 in seconds (SI) for units of time scales.

For most of the ITU Radio Regulations, practical applications, and coordinated universal time (UTC) and the Prime Meridian (longitude 0 °) is equivalent to the mean solar time, the time in Greenwich mean time (GMT).

1.1.14 (radiofrequency energy) industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) applications industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) applications (of radio frequency energy)

    Radiofrequency energy can be generated in the local area and to use this energy for industrial, scientific, medical, civil or similar services provided in the area of the use of equipment or devices, but not used in the field of telecommunications.

1.2 terminology related to frequency management Specific terms related to frequency management

1.2.1 (band): the allocation (of a frequency band)

To include a specific frequency bands table of frequency allocations, provides that the band may, under the conditions specified for one or more terrestrial or space radio communications services or business used for radio astronomy.

1.2.2 (radio frequency or radio frequency) distribution: allotment (of a radio frequency or radio frequency channel)

Radio frequencies or channels provided by one or more departments, in the designated area for terrestrial or space radio communications services under specified conditions of use.

1.2.3 (radio frequency or radio channel) assignment: the assignment (of a radio frequency or radio frequency channel)

    Approved radio frequencies or channels for radio use under specified conditions.

1.3 radio service Radio services

1.3.1 communication radiocommunication service

Uses the radio waves of various telecommunications transmission, transmitter and/or receiver.

In these provisions, unless otherwise indicated, means terrestrial radiocommunication services radio communications.

1.3.2 fixed services fixed service

Specified radio communications between fixed stations.

1.3.3 fixed fixed-satellite service

The use of one or more satellite earth station at the given position between radiocommunication services which a given location can be assigned a fixed place or any of a fixed point in the specified range; in some cases, such operations may also include games for inter-satellite to satellite link; also included other feeder link space radiocommunication services.

1.3.4 aeronautical fixed aeronautical fixed service

For air navigation safety and the normal, efficient and economical air transport, radio communications between fixed stations in the specified service.

1.3.5 inter inter-satellite service

Provides links between the satellite radio business.

1.3.6 space operations space operation service

Only to the spacecraft's operations, in particular the space tracking, space radiocommunication services related to space telemetry and telecommand.

The above-mentioned space tracking, space remote sensing and space telecommand functions are usually function within the space station operations.

1.3.7 mobile service mobile service

Between mobile stations and terrestrial radio stations, all radio communications between mobile stations or businesses.

1.3.8 satellite mobile service mobile-satellite service

The mobile earth station and one or more space stations a radio communication between the business, or the operational use of space station between radiocommunication services; or use of one or more space stations in radio communications between mobile earth station operations.

The business may also include the feeder link necessary for its operation.

1.3.9 the land mobile service land mobile service

Between the base station and land mobile radios, or move between the land mobile radio services.

1.3.10 business land mobile-satellite land mobile satellite service

Its a mobile earth station is located in the land mobile-satellite service.

1.3.11 water mobile services on maritime mobile service

Between the coast and ship station or ship station or ship-borne communication between a mobile business; survival craft station and emergency position radio beacon stations may also be involved in such operations.

1.3.12 satellite mobile service maritime mobile-satellite on water service

Mobile earth station is located in a mobile satellite service on a ship; survival craft station and emergency position radio beacon stations may also be involved in such operations.

1.3.13 port operations port operations service The Sea (River) Bank between radio and ship radio, or between the ship station in port or near the port of a mobile service on the water.

Its communications limited and run job scheduling, shipping and ship safety and security-related information in emergency situations.

This business is not for the transmission of information belongs to the public nature of communications.

1.3.14 ship mobile ship movement service In between coast radio stations and ships radio, or between the ship station mobile service on the water except for the port operations in the security business.

Communications are limited to information related to ship operations.

This business is not for the transmission of information belongs to the public nature of communications.

1.3.15 aeronautical mobile services aeronautical mobile service Between the aviation and aircraft station, or between an aircraft station a mobile business.

Survival craft station that can participate in this type of business, emergency position radio beacon station using the specified distress and emergency frequencies can also be involved in such business.

1.3.16 aeronautical mobile (r) service aeronautical mobile (r) service Major along with domestic or international airline for flight safety and flight communications related to the normal use of the aeronautical mobile service.

Here, r is the abbreviation for route.

1.3.17 aeronautical mobile (OR) operational aeronautical mobile (OR) service For mainly domestic or international airline communications on the use of air mobile operations, including those relating to coordination of flight traffic.

At this point, OR for routes outside off-route's initials.

1.3.18 aeronautical mobile satellite services aeronautical mobile-satellite service

Mobile earth station is located in the mobile-satellite service on the aircraft; survival craft station and emergency position radio beacon stations may also be involved in such operations.

1.3.19 satellite aeronautical mobile (r) service aeronautical mobile-satellite (r) service

Major along with domestic or international airline for flight safety and flight communications related to the normal use of the aeronautical mobile satellite service.

1.3.20 satellite aeronautical mobile (OR) operational aeronautical mobile-satellite (OR) service

For mainly domestic and international airline traffic using aeronautical mobile satellite services, including those relating to coordination of flight traffic.

1.3.21 broadcasting broadcasting service

For the public to directly receiving and transmitting radio communications business, including acoustic signal emission, TV signals or other means of launching.

1.3.22 satellite broadcasting service broadcasting-satellite service

Use of space station sent or transmitted signals in order for the public to directly receive (including individuals receive and collectively receive) radiocommunication services.

1.3.23 the determination of operational radiodetermination service

Radiocommunication services used for radio-determination.

1.3.24-satellite radio measurement service radiodetermination-satellite service

Determination of the use of one or more space stations for radio radio communication service.

This business also includes feeder link required for its operation.

1.3.25 radionavigation radionavigation service

Used for radio navigation and radio determination operations.

1.3.26 satellite radionavigation-radionavigation-satellite service

For determination of radio-navigation by satellite radio business.

This business also includes the feeder link necessary for its operation.

1.3.27 marine radionavigation maritime radionavigation service

Conducive to the safe operation of ships and ship radio navigation business.

1.3.28 satellite radionavigation service maritime radionavigation-satellite on water service

The Earth station is located on the ship's satellite radionavigation.

1.3.29 aeronautical radionavigation aeronautical radionavigation service

Conducive to the safe operation of the aircraft in flight and aircraft radio navigation business.

1.3.30 aeronautical radio-navigation satellite services aeronautical radionavigation-satellite service

Earth satellite radionavigation stations located on board an aircraft.

1.3.31 radiolocation operations radiolocation service

Radio radio-determination of the orientation of business.

1.3.32 satellite radio location service radiolocation-satellite service

Used for radio position determination of the satellite radio business.

This business also includes the feeder link necessary for its operation.

1.3.33 meteorological AIDS service meteorological AIDS service

For weather (including hydro) observation and detection of radio-communications business.

1.3.34 satellite Earth observation business Earth exploration-satellite service Earth station and one or more space stations between the radio communications business, and may include the space between the radio link.

In this kind of business:

– Active on the Earth satellite remote sensing devices or passive sensors to obtain information about the characteristics and natural phenomena of the Earth;

– From the air or earth base platform to collect similar information;

– This information can be sent to Earth stations within the system;

-Can include platform asked.

Such operations may also include feeder link required for its operation.

1.3.35 satellite meteorological service meteorological-satellite service

For meteorological satellite Earth observation business.

1.3.36 standard frequency and time signal service standard frequency and time signal service

In order to meet the scientific, technical and other needs for the advertisements provided high-precision frequency and time signal (or both broadcast) for general reception of radio communication service.

1.3.37 satellite standard frequency and time signal service standard frequency and time signal-satellite service

Use of space on the satellite radio and standard frequency and time signal service radiocommunication services for the same purpose.

This business also includes feeder link required for its operation.

1.3.38 business space research on space research service

Use of space, aircraft or space objects for scientific or technical research of radiocommunication services.

1.3.39 Amateur amateur business service For radio amateurs for their own training, communications and technology research of radiocommunication services.

Amateur radio enthusiasts means subject to official approval, interest in radio technology person, their interests purely personal interests without making a profit.

1.3.40 amateur satellite service amateur-satellite service

Use of space on the satellite radio and amateur radio communication for business purposes business.

1.3.41 radio astronomy service radio astronomy service

Involving the use of a radio astronomy operations.

1.3.42 safety operational safety service

For the protection of human life and property and the permanent or temporary use of radio communication service.

1.3.43 special operations special service

    In this section without otherwise specifically set up for the specific needs of the general public, and not open to public correspondence of radiocommunication services.

1.4 radio system for Radio stations and systems

1.4.1 the radio (station) station

For radiocommunication services or required by the radio astronomy service one or more transmitter or receiver, or a combination of transmitter and receiver (including ancillary equipment).

Each station should be classified according to their business, can be permanent or temporary in the business operation.

1.4.2 ground terrestrial radio station

Ground radio communications stations.

In these provisions, unless otherwise indicated, refers to any radio station.

1.4.3 Earth station Earth station

Located in the surface of the Earth or the Earth's atmosphere within the main part of the radio, and is intended to:

– One or more space radio communications;

-By one or more reflective satellite or space with one or more other objects like Earth stations communicate.

1.4.4 space station space station

On the objects located outside of the main part of the Earth's atmosphere, or in a set to overtake or have radio on the main parts of the body beyond Earth's atmosphere.

1.4.5 survival craft station survival craft station

For mobile services on water or air mobile operations, designed for life-saving purposes and in any lifeboats, life rafts or other rescue on the mobile station.

1.4.6 fixed fixed station

For fixed service stations.

1.4.7 upper stratospheric station (HAPS) high altitude platform station

At 20 to 50km height and nominal fixed relative to the Earth at a particular point on one of the objects of the radio.

1.4.8 aeronautical fixed aeronautical fixed station

For the aeronautical fixed service station.

1.4.9 mobile station mobile station

For the mobile business, dedicated to moving or when they stop in locations other than the designated use of the radio.

1.4.10 mobile earth station mobile earth station

Used in the mobile satellite business specifically for moving or when they stop in locations other than the designated use of Earth stations.

1.4.11 land station land station

For the mobile business, at a fixed point (not used when mobile) radio station.

1.4.12 land earth station land earth station

To fixed or sometimes used in the mobile satellite business, located in a specified fixed point on land or within the designated area, to provide mobile-satellite service feeder link earth stations.

1.4.13 base or the base station the base station

Land station for land mobile service.

1.4.14 base Earth station base Earth station

For fixed or sometimes for land mobile satellite business, located in a specified fixed point on land or within a specified area, for land mobile satellite services to provide feeder link earth stations.

1.4.15 land mobile radio land mobile station

For the land mobile service, within a country or a region within the geographical boundaries of the ground moving mobile stations.

1.4.16 land mobile earth station land mobile earth station

For land mobile satellite business, to a country or a region within the geographical boundaries of land mobile mobile earth station.

1.4.17 sea (River) coast coast radio station

Mobile land station on the water.

1.4.18 Coast Earth station Coast Earth station

For fixed or sometimes for satellite mobile service on the water, in a specified fixed point on land to provide satellite maritime mobile service feeder link earth stations.

1.4.19 ship ship radio station

Used to move water business, located in the non-ship moored on the mobile station for a long time, but the difference in survival craft station.

1.4.20 ship earth station ship earth station

Satellite maritime mobile service and mobile earth stations located on the ship.

1.4.21 ship-borne communication radios on-board communication station

For underwater mobile business on a low-power mobile radio, internal communications for ships, or in the lifeboat drill or for ships and boats and the communication between the rafts, or for communication between a set of push, towing vessels, can also be used in command of the parade and Park.

1.4.22 port port radio station

For port operations in the Sea (River) coast radio stations.

1.4.23 aeronautical aviation radio station

Land station used for aeronautical mobile service.

In some cases, the aeronautical station may be located in a ship or on sea platforms.

1.4.24 air Earth station aeronautical Earth station

For fixed or sometimes for aeronautical mobile satellite services, located in a specified fixed point on land to provide aeronautical mobile satellite service feeder link earth stations.

1.4.25 aircraft aircraft radio station

Aeronautical mobile service and mobile stations based on aircraft, but unlike the survival craft station.

1.4.26 aircraft Earth station aircraft Earth station

For aeronautical mobile satellite services, mobile earth stations located on board an aircraft.

1.4.27 radio broadcasting station

Used in the radio broadcasting business.

1.4.28 radiodetermination determination of radio station

Radio for radio measurement service.

1.4.29 radio navigation mobile station radionavigation mobile station

Used for radio navigation business, dedicated to moving or when they stop in locations other than the designated use of the radio.

Radio navigation land station 1.4.30 radionavigation land station

Used for radio navigation business, at a fixed point (not used when mobile) radio station.

1.4.31 radiolocation mobile station radiolocation mobile station

Radio location service, designed for mobile or when they stop in locations other than the designated use of the radio.

1.4.32 radiolocation land station radiolocation land station

Used for radiolocation operations, at a fixed point (not used when mobile) radio station.

1.4.33 radio direction-finding radio direction finding radio station

Use radio direction finding techniques of radio determination stations.

1.4.34 radio beacon station radiobeacon station

A radio for radionavigation, the launch was used to enable a mobile station can be determined itself with relative orientation or direction of the beacon station.

1.4.35 emergency position-indicating emergency position radio beacon radio radiobeacon station

A radio for mobile business, the launch was used to facilitate the search and rescue work.

1.4.36 satellite emergency position radio beacon satellite emergency position-indicating radiobeacon

For mobile-satellite service earth stations, the launch was used to facilitate the search and rescue work.

1.4.37 standard frequency and time signal radio standard frequency and time signal station

Standard frequency and time signal service for radio stations.

1.4.38 Amateur amateur radio station

For amateur service radio station.

1.4.39 radio astronomy station Radio Astronomy station

Radio for radio astronomy service.

1.4.40 experimental experimental radio station

Development of science and technology for the purpose of experiments using radio waves radio station.

This definition does not contain a variety of amateur radio.

1.4.41 emergency transmitter ship's emergency transmitter

Distress, urgency or security purposes in a private ships used on the distress frequency transmitter.

1.4.42 radar radar Reference signal from the measured object or the retransmission of radio signals were based on a comparison of radio determination system.
1.4.431 primary radar radar

Reference signal and radio signals reflected from the objects to be measured are based on a comparison of the radio system.

1.4.442 radar, secondary radar

Reference signal and radio signals from the detected object is based on a comparison of the radio system.

1.4.45 radar beacon (racon) radar beacon (racon)

Together with the fixed navigation signs are located in the transceiver when it is triggered by a radar are automatically sent back to a differential signal, the signal can trigger the radar display to provide distance, bearing and identification information.

1.4.463-coordinate radar three coordinate radar

Simultaneous determination of three more space (distance, azimuth, and elevation, or height derived therefrom) radar (also known as space radar).

1.4.47 pulsed radar pulse radar

Transmitter is not working, but after a certain time intervals to produce a short pulse radar.

1.4.48 pulse compression for radar pulse compress radar

Launched by a wide pulse, receives the width compressed into a short pulse radar.

1.4.49 radar frequency discerption-concentrate frequency diversity radar

Using several different frequencies and frequency offset is unlikely to launch the radar signals sent to the line on the same day.

1.4.50 instrument landing system (ILS) instrument landing system

About the landing and landing aircraft to provide horizontal and vertical guidance, and in some fixed point, indicates the distance from the landing point of reference of radio navigation systems.

1.4.51 course instrument landing system beacon instrument landing system localizer

Level instrument landing system to boot the system, indicating the aircraft along the runway axis and horizontal deviation of the best fall course.

1.4.52 decline in instrument landing system beacon instrument landing system glide path

Vertical guide system of instrument landing system, indicating the aircraft and the best route down vertical deviation.

1.4.53 pointing marker beacon beacon

For aeronautical radionavigation transmitter, its vertical launch an identification graphics, providing location information to the aircraft.

1.4.54 radio altimeter radio altimeter

Radio navigation equipment on aircraft or spacecraft, for determination of an aircraft or a spacecraft from the Earth's surface or any surface level.

1.4.55 altitude astronomical and meteorological observation radiosonde

Used in the meteorological AIDS service, usually mounted on aircraft, free balloon, kite or parachute, an automatic radio transmitter to send weather data.

1.4.56 adaptive system for adaptive system

Based on channel quality and change the radio characteristics of radio communication systems.

1.4.57 space system space system

A group for a specific purpose and cooperate each other for space radio communications earth stations and/or space stations.

1.4.58 satellite systems satellite system

Use one or more satellite space system.

1.4.59 satellite network satellite network

Matched only by a satellite and its multiple Earth stations of satellite system or part of a satellite system.

1.4.60 satellite links satellite link

A transmitting Earth station and a receiving Earth station radio link that is established through a satellite.

A satellite link routing an uplink (uplink) and a downlink (downlink).

1.4. more than 61 satellite link multi-satellite link

A transmitting Earth station and a receiving Earth station through two or more satellites, does not pass through any other Middle earth station radio link that is established.

Satellite routing an uplink, and multiple satellites to satellite link and the composition of a downlink.

1.4.62 feeder feeder link link From a given location on the Earth to a space station, or from a space station to an earth station located at a fixed point radio link used in fixed space radiocommunication services other than communication.

A given location can be assigned a fixed location, or any of a fixed point in the specified range.

1.4.63 sign beacon sign beaconing

A transmitter for aeronautical radio-navigation service, which special vertical radiation pattern to provide aircraft position information.

1.4.64 special radio special radio station

Radio special operations station.

1.4.65 compulsory fitted radio of standard radio station

    To ensure the safety of vessels, aircraft, manufacturing is completed must be installed in the radio communication equipment in accordance with standard fitted radio communication equipment on the locomotive.

1.5 operating term Operational terms

1.5.1 the public correspondence public correspondence

Open to the public, and must be accepted by the telecommunications and radio and transmission of any telecommunications.

1.5.2 telegraphy telegraphy

A aim will send information on arrival as a graphics file and record telecommunications, the information you send can sometimes be expressed in other forms, can be stored for later use.

1.5.3 telegrams telegram Use the telegraph to send post to the addressee's desk.

Unless otherwise specified, the term also includes a wireless telegraphy.

The definition of the word telegraph in the general meaning and the same as those set out in the Convention.

1.5.4 radiotelegram

From or sent to a mobile station or mobile earth station telex, all or part of its transmission channel for the mobile business mobile radio or satellite communication channel.

1.5.5 radiotelex radio telex calls call

From or to the mobile station or mobile earth station telex calls, all or part of its transmission channel for the mobile business mobile radio or satellite communication channel.

1.5.6 frequency-shift telegraphy frequency-shift telegraphy

Telegraph signal FM carrier frequencies within a predefined range of Telegraph technology.

1.5.7 fax facsimile

Used transmissions with or without intermediate shades of fixed images of telegraphy, the purpose of which is to reproduce images in a way that can be saved for a long time.

1.5.8-call telephony

For the transmission and exchange of voice or other sound information and the establishment of a telecommunications.

1.5.9 radiotelephone calling radiotelephone call

From or to the mobile station or mobile earth station's phone call, it all or part of the transmission channel for mobile or radio communications in the mobile-satellite service channels.

1.5.10 Simplex Simplex operation operation

In the two directions of a telecommunication channel alternate transmission of a work, such as manual control.

1.5.11 duplex duplex operation

A telecommunication channel can operate in both directions of transmission of works.

1.5.12 half duplex operation semi-duplex operation

One end of the circuit with a single operation, with duplex operation at the other end of a way of working.

1.5.13 TV television

Transmission static scenery or activity the instant image of a telecommunications.

1.5.14 individuals receiving (satellite broadcasting operations) individual reception

Using simple household appliances, in particular household appliances equipped with small antennas to receive satellite radio service in the launch space station.

1.5.15 collective receiver (for satellite broadcasting business) community reception

Use may sometimes be complicated is greater than the individual receiving antennas and antenna receiving equipment to receive satellite broadcasting business in the launch space station for:

– Within the same place of general public use;

-By distribution system covers a limited area.

1.5.16 telemetry technology telemetry

Use of telecommunications in some distance from the measuring instrument automatically display or recording the results of measurement technology.

1.5.17 radio telemetry radiotelemetry

Using radio telemetry.

1.5.18 space space telemetry technology telemetry

Space radio telemetry technology on the spacecraft measured the results, including the functions of the spacecraft itself.

1.5.19 remote telecommand

In order to start, change or termination of remote equipment and telecommunication transmission of control signals.

1.5.20 space telecommand space telecommand

In order to start, change, or terminate the relevant space objects (space station) radio communications for devices running on the control signal sent to the space station.

1.5.21 space tracking space tracking

    In addition to a radar radio method determination of space objects in orbit, velocity or momentary location in order to track the movement of the object.

1.6 emission Characteristics of emissions with those of radio equipment and radio equipment

1.6.1 radiation radiation

Any source of energy flow in the form of radio waves to send.

1.6.2 emission emission

Radiation or radiation generated by the radio letters radio products.

Note: a radio receiver local oscillator radiation energies not emitting radiation.

1.6.3 emission category class of emission

Using standard symbols of a launch of a set of attributes, for example, the primary carrier modulation, modulation signals, transmitted information types and other characteristics.

1.6.4 single sideband emission single-sideband emission

Only one sideband amplitude modulation of the launch.

1.6.5 launch carrier SSB full carrier single-sideband emission

Single sideband emission of the carrier is not inhibited.

1.6.6 carrier single sideband emission reduction reduced carrier single-sideband emission

Carrier subject to certain extent but can still be recovered and used to demodulate the SSB launch.

1.6.7 launched suppressed carrier SSB suppressed carrier single-sideband emission

All carrier is suppressed, and is not intended for demodulating SSB launch.

1.6.8 launches out-of-band out of band emission

Produced by the modulation process, just beyond the necessary bandwidth of one or more frequency of emission, but excluding spurious emissions.

1.6.9 spurious emissions spurious emission The launching of one or more outside the necessary bandwidth frequency, the emission level can be reduced without affecting the corresponding transmission of information.

Spurious emissions include harmonic, parasitic emission, intermodulation products and frequency conversion products, but except for out of band emission.

1.6.10 unwanted emissions unwanted emissions

Includes band and spurious emission emission.

1.6.11 (launch) with Outland out-of-band domain (of an emission) Is that just outside the necessary bandwidth and do not enter the frequency range of stray fields, out of band emission within this frequency range for its major product launches. Defined out of band emission based on the source, mainly in the Outlands, also extended a few of the stray fields.

Similarly, usually resulting in spurious emissions in the spurious domain may also be produced in the Outlands.

1.6.12 (launch) stray field spurious domain (of an emission)

Frequency range outside of Outland, spurious emissions within this frequency range for its major product launches.

1.6.13 assigned frequency band assigned frequency band For the launch of a radio frequency band authorized; its bandwidth necessary bandwidth plus twice times the absolute value of frequency tolerance.

If dealing with space stations, the assigned frequency band includes can occur at any point of the Earth's surface twice times the maximum Doppler frequency shift.

1.6.14 assigned frequency assigned frequency

Assigned to the center frequency of a radio frequency band.

1.6.15 characteristic frequency characteristic frequency

Easy identification and measurement of frequency for a given launch.

For example, the carrier frequency can be specified as characteristic frequencies.

1.6.16 reference frequency reference frequency Relative to the assigned frequency, with a fixed frequency and specific locations.

This frequency assigned frequency offset and characteristic frequencies to launched the band center frequency shift with the same absolute values and symbols.

1.6.17 frequency tolerance frequency tolerance

Launched as a deviation from the assigned frequency band center frequency, or launch the characteristic frequency deviation from the maximum allowable deviation of the reference frequency.

Frequency tolerance expressed in parts per million or in the number of cycles per second.

1.6.18 necessary bandwidth necessary bandwidth

For a given class of emission, it seemed sufficient to ensure the appropriate rate and of the quality required under specified conditions with bandwidth required for transmission of information.

1.6.19 bandwidth occupied bandwidth

The bandwidth, low frequency of band and frequency caps on average emitted power equal to a given transmission provisions b/2 as a percentage of the total average power.

Unless otherwise provided in ITU-R proposals on the appropriate class of emission, b/2 should be 0.5%.

1.6.20 right-handed (clockwise) right-hand polarized wave (clockwise) polarized wave

In any one fixed on a plane perpendicular to the propagation direction, looking along the propagation direction, the electric field vectors over time to the right (clockwise) rotating elliptical polarization wave or waves with circular polarization.

1.6.21 effect (or counterclockwise) of left-hand polarized wave (anticlockwise) polarized wave

In any one fixed on a plane perpendicular to the propagation direction, looking along the propagation direction, and its time-dependent electric field vector to the left (counterclockwise) rotating elliptical polarization wave or waves with circular polarization.

1.6.22 power power

All references to radio transmitters, such as the power, according to the class of emission, should use one of the following three forms, and to set one of two symbols:

-The peak envelope power (PX or pX);

-The average power (PY or pY);

-The carrier power (PZ or pZ);

For different classes of emission, in the case of normal work and there is no modulation, peak envelope power, average power relationship with the carrier power specified in the ITU-r recommendation be used as a guide.

When applied to a formula, the symbol p indicates watts total power, symbol p relative to a datum level in decibels of power.

1.6.23 (radio transmitter) peak envelope power peak envelope power (of a radio transmitter)

Under normal working conditions, transmitter in a RF modulation envelope peak period, the average power supplied antenna.

1.6.24 (radio transmitter) average power mean power (of a radio transmitter)

Under normal working conditions, transmitter modulation in compared with the lowest frequency encountered cycle long enough interval, the average power supplied antenna.

1.6.25 (radio transmitter) carrier power carrier power (of a radio transmitter)

In the case of unmodulated, transmitter in an average power supply antenna RF cycle.

1.6.26 antenna gain of antenna In the specified direction and at the same distance on the same field or the same power flux density conditions, loss-less base antenna input power required to supply a given antenna input power ratio. Usually expressed in decibels. If not otherwise specified, refers to the gain of the direction of maximum radiation.

Gain polarization set can also be considered.

According to the choice of reference antenna, the gain is divided into:

A) absolute or Omni-directional gain (Gi), and base antenna is an omni-directional antenna in the isolated State in the space.

B) in relation to the gain of the half-wave dipole (Gd), reference antenna is a half-wave dipole in isolation in space, and its large surface contains the specified direction.

C) in relation to the short vertical antenna gain (Gv), reference antenna is a much shorter wavelength than one-fourth, and perpendicular to the plane containing the specified direction and fully electric linear conductor.

1.6.27 equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p) equivalent isotropically radiated power

Antenna supply power with the specified direction relative to the Omni-directional antenna gain (absolute or Omni-directional gain) of the product.

1.6.28 (specified direction) effective radiated power (e.r.p) effective radiated power (in a given direction)

Antenna supply power with the specified direction relative to the product of the half-wave oscillator gain.

1.6.29 (specified direction) effective Monopole radiated power (e.m.r.p)effectivemonopoleradiatedpower(inagivendirection)

Supply antenna power and in the specified direction relative to the product of the short vertical antenna gain.

1.6.30 troposcatter tropospheric scatter

Due to the physical properties of tropospheric irregularity or discontinuities caused by scattering of radio wave propagation.

1.6.31 ionospheric scattering from ionospheric scatter

    Due to the degree of ionization in the ionosphere of irregularity or discontinuities caused by scattering of radio wave propagation.

1.7 frequency use Frequency sharing

1.7.1 noise interference

Because one or more emission, radiation, induction or unusable energy generated by their combined effect on the reception of the radio communication system, its performance for performance degradation, misunderstanding, or loss of information, if there is no such useless energy, then the consequences can be avoided.

1.7.2 allows interference permissible interference

Observed or predicted interference interference in accordance with national or international provisions on the interference allowed values and common standards.

1.7.3 accepted acceptable interference interference

Interference of allowed interference level is greater than the established standard, but two or more authorities agreed, and without prejudice to the interests of other authorities interference.

1.7.4 harmful interference harmful interference

Endanger the functioning of radio navigation or other safety service or seriously harm, hinder, or of repeatedly blocking the normal interference of radiocommunication services carried out by the regulation.

1.7.5 RF protection ratio (R.F.) protection ratio (R.F.)

Set for bringing the signal at the output of the receiver to receive quality, under conditions determined by the input of the receiver signal with garbage minimum ratio.

1.7.6 coordination coordination area Ground stations share the same frequency with the Earth station or with receiving Earth stations sharing the same two-way divided band transmit Earth stations around the region, to determine the need for coordination.

Outside this area, does not exceed allowed interference level, so there is no need for coordination.

1.7.7 coordination contour coordination contour

Around coordinate area line.

1.7.8 coordination coordination distance distance From ground stations share the same frequency with the Earth station or with receiving Earth stations sharing the same two-way divided-band transmit Earth stations for a given azimuth starting distance, to determine the need for coordination.

Outside of this range, do not exceed permissible interference level, so there is no need for coordination.

Equivalent satellite link noise temperature 1.7.9 equivalent satellite link noise temperature

Conversion to receive output noise temperature of an antenna at Earth station, which corresponds to the output end of the satellite link generate radio frequency noise of all the measured noise power, but from other satellite-satellite link interference and noise except caused by interference from terrestrial systems.

1.7.10 (adjustable satellite beam) effective targeting effective Boresight area (of a steerable satellite beam)

With an adjustable beam line of sight to aim the satellite to a region of the Earth's surface.

Single adjustable satellite beam-aim for the disconnected that may have more than one valid target area.

1.7.11 (adjustable satellite beam) antenna gain contours effectively effective antenna gain contour (of steerable satellite beam)

    Adjustable satellite beam line of sight along the move effectively aimed at the edge of the antenna gain contours of the envelope.

1.8 Technical terms relating to space technology terms space

1.8.1 deep space deep space

Distance from Earth is approximately equal to or greater than the 2x106km space.

1.8.2 spacecraft spacecraft

Man-made aircraft fly outside the main part of the Earth's atmosphere.

1.8.3 satellite satellite

Revolve around a different quality than their own objects rotating object, its main and determined by the gravity of the former for a long time.

1.8.4 source satellite active satellite

Contains satellite for transmitting or transmitting radio signal station.

1.8.5 reflecting reflection satellite satellite

For reflecting radio signals by satellite.

1.8.6 source sensor active sensor

Satellite Earth observation space research in business or business of a measuring instrument, to obtain information by transmitting and receiving radio waves.

1.8.7 passive sensor passive sensor

Satellite Earth observation business operations of a measuring instrument or space research, receive radio waves nature through it to obtain information.

1.8.8 orbit orbit

As a result of natural forces (mostly gravity) the role of satellites or other space objects of the center of mass described relative to a reference trajectory.

1.8.9 (satellite), the inclination of the orbit inclination of an orbit (of an Earth satellite)

Included angle between the orbital plane of the Earth's equatorial plane, which consists of the equatorial plane of the Earth in the orbit of ascending node in a counter clockwise direction meter decision, range between 0-180 degrees.

1.8.10 (satellite) cycle period (of a satellite)

A satellite twice after the interval for a particular point of its orbit.

1.8.11 the altitude of the apogee or perigee altitude of the apogee or of the perigee

Apogee or perigee in relation to provisions of a to represent the Earth's surface height above the reference plane.

1.8.12 geostationary satellite geosynchronous satellite

Running period equal to the Earth's rotational period of the Earth satellite.

1.8.13 geostationary satellite geostationary satellite

A geostationary circular and smooth track located on the Earth's equatorial plane, remain stationary relative to the Earth and geosynchronous; broadly speaking, which remain stationary relative to the Earth is a geostationary satellite.

1.8.14 the geostationary satellite orbit geostationary-satellite orbit

Geostationary satellites have to go into orbit.

1.8.15 adjustable satellite beam-steerable satellite beam

    Satellite antenna beam can once again point.

1.9 radio frequency bands and band names

Of radio spectrum can be divided into the following tables 14-band, radio frequency in Hz (Hertz) as a unit, its expression is:

– 3000kHz (3000kHz), in kHz (kilohertz);

– 3MHz to 3000MHz (including 3000MHz), MHz (megahertz);

– 3GHz to 3000GHz (including 3000GHz), GHz (GHz).

    Note: frequency range (there is a similar wavelength range) with limits, without limit; the corresponding noun informal standard, simplified information purposes only.

    Note 1: "band" n "(n = number) from 0.3x10N Hz to 3x10N Hz.

    Note 2: prefix: k = thousand (103), m = mega (106), g = JI (109).

    1.10 band commonly used letter codes and business correspondence tables Note: for space radiocommunications, k and Ka band of codes by Letter Ka means; the code and frequency range of informal standards, simplified information purposes only.

1.11 the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) regional ITU Regions and areas

Division of radio frequencies, the radio regulations of the International Telecommunication Union to divide the world into three regions, China is located in zone 3 (see the following figure).

Note: in the present provisions, if "region" without black fangsong Ti, that has nothing to do with the three regions.

1.11.1 1 Zone 1 includes the East limited to a line (after the line defined in a, b, c) the areas delineated and restricted to b-Western line, is located between two lines of any Iran except for the territory of the Islamic Republic.

The district also includes Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Georgia, and Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, and Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Turkey and Ukraine throughout the territory located between lines a and c Russia North of the area.

1.11.2 2

Zone 2 includes East limited to line b and West between the c-line area.

1.11.3 3 3 including East limited to c line and the West between the line a delineated area, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Georgia, and Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, and Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Turkey and Ukraine of any part of the territory and Russia except for the area north of the.

This area also includes Iran located outside the limits of that part of the territory of the Islamic Republic.

1.11.4 area

In the same region consisting of two or more countries in the region. 1.11.5 line a
Along a line from the North Pole to latitude 40 ° 40 ° East of Greenwich Meridian line, and then along the large arc to the intersection of 60 ° East Meridian and Tropic of cancer, and then along the 60 ° East Meridian to the South Pole.

1.11.6 line b

B by the Arctic along the 10 ° West of the Greenwich Meridian to the Meridian and 72 ° North latitude line of intersection, and then along the large arc to the West of 50 ° Meridian and latitude 40 ° line at the intersection, and then along the large arc to 20 ° West Meridian intersection with the line of latitude 10 °, 20 ° West Meridian to the South Pole.

1.11.7 c wire

    C line by Arctic along big arc to latitude 65 ° 30 ' line and Bering Sea Gorge international line of cross points, then along big arc to Greenwich East of 165 ° Meridian and latitude 50 ° line of cross points, again along big arc to West 170 ° Meridian and latitude 10 ° line of cross points, again along Latitude 10 ° line to it and West 120 ° meridian of cross points, then which along West 120 ° Meridian and to Antarctic.

    2nd chapter of the technical characteristics of radio

    2.1 selection and performance of radio equipment used by radio to any launch, should conform to the radio regulations, national standards and the relevant provisions of the ITU Radio Regulations.

    2.2 transmitting and receiving equipment intended for use in a specified portion of the spectrum, its design should take into account the spectrum adjacent parts or other parts of the technical characteristics of the transmitting and receiving devices may use, technically and economically if it has taken all reasonable measures to decrease and then using the transmitter unwanted emissions level, and reduced use of receiver sensitivity to disturbance.

    2.3 transmitting stations shall conform to the frequency tolerance specified in Appendix 1.

    2.4 transmitting station shall meet the requirements of Appendix 2 spurious emission or unwanted emissions in the spurious domain the maximum allowable power levels.

    2.5 should make every effort to put the frequency tolerance and unwanted emission levels remain in the technical status and the nature of the business the allowed minimum value. 2.6 emission bandwidth should also ensure the most effective use of the spectrum; this is usually required bandwidth technology status and the nature of the business the allowed minimum value.

    Guidelines for determining necessary bandwidth, see Appendix 3.

    2.7 radio emission should be in accordance with the methods described in Appendix 3, identified with the necessary bandwidth and categories.

    2.8 bandwidth extension technique is used, you should use the smallest power spectral density consistent with efficient use of spectrum.

    2.9 to efficient use of spectrum, any business the receiver frequency tolerance shall be used as far as possible, the transmitter frequency tolerance for business, appropriate cases should note that Doppler effect effects.

    2.10 radio should be used and adapted to the class of emission related to the technical characteristics of equipment, especially paragraph 2.6 of selectivity should be taken with due regard to the emission bandwidth requirement.

    2.11 the performance characteristics of the receiver should be able to fully guarantee this machine is unlikely to be located a reasonable distance, followed by China's radio management provisions, relevant national standards and relevant provisions of the radio regulations of ITU work interference effects on the transmitter.

    2.12 all stations may use a damped wave emission.

    3rd radio frequency allocation provisions of chapter

3.1 Introduction

In the text of these provisions such as the use of classification, allocation and assignment of terms, they should have the radio management terms and definitions in 1.2.1, 1.2.2, 1.2. paragraph 3 gives them meaning in English is as follows:

 Frequency distribution are in both English and Chinese

 Business activity Allocation (to allocate)

 Regional or national or sectoral allocation Allotment (to allot)

 

    Radio assignment Assignment (to assign)

3.2 business lines and Division of

3.2.1 the primary business and secondary business

(1) in the frequency allocation table, a band in the world or regional context is marked allocated to a variety of business, these operations in the following order:

A) business name in a song, 6th Word and without any symbols printed on both sides (for example, fixed), these operations are called "primary business";

B) business name with GB2312 6th words in italics, and "[]" printed (for example: [moves]), these operations are called "minor operations".

(2) additional use and describe the business you want the same font, and "()" typography (such as mobile (except aeronautical mobile)).

(3) the secondary service station

A) may not have been assigned or may assign the future frequency of main business radio cause harmful interference;

B) from which shall not be assigned or may assign the future frequency of main business radio requests for protection from harmful interference;

C) may require protection from future assigned frequency of the same business or other secondary operations of harmful radio interference.

(4) a certain frequency bands such as the table of frequency allocations footnote labeled "secondary conditions" are to a small area or a business within a State, this is a secondary business.

(5) a band such as the table of frequency allocations footnote labeled "primary basis" are to a small area or a business within a State, this shall be limited to the region or the country's main business.

3.2.2 additional classification

(1) a band such as the table of frequency allocations footnote labeled "allocated" smaller than the area of a business within a region or a country, this is the "plus" Division, as indicated by the table of frequency allocations in the area or one or more of the countries increase outside business division.

(2) such as footnotes on the relevant business restricted its specific regions or countries in the use and does not contain any restriction, such business or the business station should be the same as indicated in the table of frequency allocations of other major business or the business of radio have an equal right to use.

(3) if limited to use within a certain region or country, but the additional Division also imposes other restrictions, these restrictions shall be indicated in the table of frequency allocations footnote.

3.2.3 the alternative classification (1) a band such as in the table of frequency allocations footnote labeled "partition" to a small area or a State of one or more of the business, this is the "alternative" Division.

That is, in the region or the country, this Division replaced the Division indicated in the table of frequency allocations.

(2) such as a footnote to the radio business is restricted to a specific region or country in the application without any other restrictions, this type of business radio should be marked with the table of frequency allocations to other regional or national one or several business divisions of the band's main business or the business of radio have an equal right to use.

    (3) if limited to use within a country or region, but made an alternative to divide operations also imposes other restrictions, this limit should be indicated in a footnote.

3.3 General requirements

3.3.1 from the date of implementation of this provision shall be divided according to the provisions of the operational frequency band allocation, assignment and frequency of use, unless otherwise approved by the State radio management institution.

3.3.2 variety business total with same band, same identifies of business using frequency has equal status, except another has clear provides who outside; met has interference Shi, General should in Hou with let with, and no planning of let has planning of principles processing; Dang found main business frequency suffered to secondary business frequency of harmful interference Shi, secondary business of about competent or using sector should active take effective measures, as soon as possible elimination interference.

3.3.3 when when it comes to issues related to international frequency, subject to a bilateral agreement, signed by China in the International Telecommunication Union on the file handle.

3.3.4 in the implementation of these provisions, such as a business with the use of frequencies with the international table of frequency allocations in the ITU Radio Regulations, and when it comes to international interference, should be signed related documents of the international meeting or related agreements.

3.3.5 in the present provisions, usually indicate a business or a business radio station without another business or another business under conditions of harmful interference on the radio, you can use a band, then, this also means that the business or the type of business radio may not require another business or another business radio does not cause harmful interference.

3.3.6 in the present provisions, who marked one business or a business of a radio station in may not be in another business or another business requests for protection from radio conditions, you can use a band, then it also means that the business or the business radio station not to another business or another business radio cause harmful interference.

3.3.7 except as otherwise stated in a footnote, the term "fixed" do not include the use of ionospheric scatter propagation systems. 3.3.8 the requirements cited in the radio regulations refer to the 2012 Edition of the radio regulations of ITU.

    In these provisions references to the relevant provisions of the radio regulations, these provisions shall apply.

3.4 radio frequency allocation table

3.4.1 scope of frequency allocation for radio frequency allocation table

Frequency allocation for radio frequency allocation table range to 3000 GHz.

3.4.2 the frequency allocation table columns Radio frequency allocation table consists of two columns, are the "People's Republic of China radio frequency allocation" and "ITU zone 3 radio frequency allocation." "People's Republic of China radio frequency allocation" is divided into "mainland China" and "Hong Kong, China" and "Macau, China" three columns.

"ITU zone 3 radio frequency allocation" means the radio regulations of the International Telecommunication Union ITU table of frequency allocations of 3 frequency allocation.

3.4.3 "competent authority" is defined

International frequency allocation or China of frequency allocations international footnotes in the "competent authorities" follows the definition of radio management terms and definitions chapter 1th 1th. paragraph 1.1 "competent authorities" definition on the Mainland, the "competent authorities" generally refers to national radio management institution.

3.4.4 the table of frequency allocations, band

Bands associated with the dividing each item listed in the top left of the partition table each partition column, the column bands in the upper left containing upper, no lower limit.

3.4.5 the type of business radio frequency allocation table for each Division

Dividing each item listed the main types of business operations in the first, minor business in the back, but the primary and secondary business business priorities does not represent these businesses in major and minor differences.

3.4.6 the table of frequency allocations for each Division of parentheses Table of frequency allocations later in a division where a round bracket in the statement said that the indicated business activity is limited to the type of use.

Aeronautical mobile (r), applies only to the r class of aeronautical mobile services operation.

3.4.7 the footnote numbers in the table of frequency allocations "People's Republic of China radio frequency allocation" in the Mainland of China, "" footnotes begin with CHN coding "3 ITU Radio frequency allocation" footnotes follow the International Telecommunication Union's radio regulations footnote number in the table of frequency allocations.

For ease of reference, all of the ITU footnote (including the footnote number and name) are reserved, and are listed in section 3.5 of the 3rd chapter; and "People's Republic of China radio frequency allocation" in the Mainland of China, "" consistent ITU footnotes included in the corresponding "mainland China" column, without number.

3.4.8 the table of frequency allocations footnote to the business division in the following

In one or several business footnotes below should apply to all of the relevant division within the bar business.

3.4.9 a business right in the table of frequency allocations footnote

Each business listed on the right side of the footnote applies only to the business itself. 3.4.10 radio frequency divided table international footnote in the by reference of "this rules", and "** article", and "*.*** paragraph", and "table **-*", and "Appendix **", and "resolution XXX", and "recommends XXX", and "resolution XXX (WRC-2000)", and "resolution XXX (WRC-03)", and "resolution XXX (WRC-07)", and "resolution XXX (WRC-12)", and "5.*** (footnote number first character)", and WARC-92

, WRC-95, WRC-97, WRC-2000, WRC-03, WRC-07, WRC-12, Rev. WRC-XXXX, explained as follows:

"These rules" adopted by the International Telecommunication Union's radio regulations;

"**", "*.***", "Table **-*", "Appendix **", "resolution XXX", "recommendation XXX" refers to the content of the radio regulations.

"Resolution XXX (WRC-2000)", "resolution XXX (WRC-03)", "resolution XXX (WRC-07)", "resolution XXX (WRC-12)", "5.*** (footnote number the first character)" refers to the International Telecommunication Union, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2012 in the final document adopted by the World Radiocommunication Conference relating to amendments to the radio regulations, resolutions and footnotes.

WARC-92 in 1992 in Spain Malaga-Torremolinos at spectrum frequency allocation involves part of the World Administrative Radio Conference.

WRC-95 refers to the World Radiocommunication Conference in Geneva in 1995.

WRC-97 refers to the World Radiocommunication Conference in Geneva in 1997.

WRC-2000 2000 in Turkey Istanbul World Radiocommunication Conference.

WRC-03 2003 in Switzerland the World Radiocommunication Conference in Geneva.

WRC-07 2007 in Switzerland the World Radiocommunication Conference in Geneva.

WRC-12 refers to 2012 in Switzerland the World Radiocommunication Conference in Geneva.

Rev. WRC-XXXX XXXX World Radiocommunication Conference to modify the content.

    Radio frequency allocation table (KHz) (picture, text)

3.5 International Telecommunication Union radio frequency allocations footnote 5.53 8.3 kHz frequency used by the approval of the competent authorities, shall ensure that no Division business in 8.3 kHz each band does cause harmful interference.

(WRC-12)

5.54 urged scientific research departments by using the 8.3 kHz frequency, shall inform the other relevant competent authorities, in order to make this work for all practical protection against harmful interference (WRC-12) 5.54A meteorological AIDS service on 8.3-11.3 kHz frequency band usage is limited to passive uses. 9-11.3 kHz band, meteorological AIDS service stations submitted to the Radiocommunication Bureau before January 1, 2013, shall not be required to notify the radionavigation stations to provide protection. Meteorological AIDS service radio submitted after that date to notify the shared between radionavigation stations, recommendations ITU-r RS.1881 the latest version should be applied.

(WRC-12) 5.54B additional Division: in Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, the Russian Federation, Iraq, and Lebanon, and Morocco, and Qatar, Arab Syria, Sudan and the Republic of Tunisia, 8.3-9 kHz band also acts as the main business Division for radio navigation, fixed and mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.54C additional Division: in China, 8.3-9 kHz band also acts as the main business activity of water radio navigation and maritime mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.55 on divided: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, 14-17kHz bands to mainly use conditions are also allocated to radio navigation business.

(WRC-07) 5.56 business divisions at 14-19.95 kHz, 20.05-70 kHz band and in zone 1 is divided on 72-84 kHz, 86-90 kHz band radio, standard frequency and time signal can be fired. Such radio stations are required to be protected from harmful interference. In Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, and the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, 25 kHz and 50 kHz frequencies will be used for this purpose under the same conditions.

(WRC-12) 5.57 water mobile service using the 14-19.95kHz, 20.05-70kHz and 70-90kHz (area 1 for 72-84kHz and 86-90kHz) the band, limited to coastal radio stations (limited to A1A and F1B).

If the necessary bandwidth does not exceed the relevant band A1A or F1B normal use of such emission bandwidth, exceptions may be permitted to use J2B or J7B class emission. 5.58 additional divided: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Georgia, and Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan, and Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, 67-70kHz bands to mainly use conditions are also allocated to radio navigation business.

(WRC-2000) 5.59 different business types: in Bangladesh and Pakistan, the 70-72kHz and 84-86kHz bands to primary basis allocated to the fixed service and mobile service on the water (see paragraphs 5.33).

(WRC-2000)

5.60 in 70-90kHz (1 70-86kHz) and 110-130kHz (1 112-130kHz) frequency band, you can use the pulse radio navigation system, on condition that these bands cause harmful interference to other businesses that have been divided. 5.61 in zone 2, on the 70-90kHz and 110-130kHz bands of radionavigation stations on the establishment and use of water, shall, in accordance with paragraph 9.21 of the procedures provided for and those working as frequency allocation table and its potentially affected departments to reach an agreement.

However, fixed operations, maritime mobile business and radio location service stations can not be established in accordance with this agreement of maritime radionavigation stations causing harmful interference.

5.62 urges use radionavigation stations at the 90-110kHz band responsible for the coordination of its technical and operational characteristics in order to stop any harmful interference of the radio business. 5.63 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.64 fixed service stations divided in to the business of 90kHz and 160kHz (1 148.5kHz) band between and maritime mobile radio business are allocated to the business 110kHz and 160kHz (1 148.5kHz) within the frequency bands between, only allowed to use A1A or F1B, A2C, A3C, F1C or class F3C launch.

Maritime mobile radio business in 110kHz and 160kHz (1 148.5kHz) within the frequency bands between, also uses may be granted on an exceptional basis or J2B J7B class emission. 5.65 different business types: in Bangladesh, the 112-117.6kHz and 126-129kHz bands, in a divided primary basis to the fixed service and mobile service on the water (see paragraphs 5.33).

(WRC-2000)

5.66 different business categories: Germany, 115-117.6kHz band, in a divided primary basis to the fixed service and mobile service on the water (see paragraphs 5.33), allocated to radio navigation business and secondary use conditions (see clause 5.32). 5.67 additional divided: in Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan, 130-148.5kHz band is also allocated to radio navigation business as a secondary business. In these countries and between countries, equal right to run this business.

(WRC-07) 5.67A use a 135.7-137.8 kHz frequencies within the band of amateur service stations, the maximum radiated power not to exceed 1 Watt (e.i.r.p.), and should not be running in the States listed in paragraph 5.67 radionavigation stations causing harmful interference.

(WRC-07) 5.67B, Algeria, and Egypt, and Iran, Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Lebanon, Arab Syria, Sudan, South Sudan, and the Republic of Tunisia, 135.7-137.8 kHz frequencies to limit the use of fixed and mobile services on the water. In the above mentioned countries, part-time business may not use 135.7-137.8 kHz band, authorize such use, countries should take this into account.

(WRC-12) 5.68 alternative divided: in Angola, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and South Africa, 160-200 kHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service.

(WRC-12)

5.69 additional divided: in Somalia, the 200-255kHz band with the main conditions of use also for aeronautical radio-navigation service. 5.70 instead divided: in Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Oman and the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Chad, Zambia and Zimbabwe, 200-283.5 kHz frequency bands allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service as the main business.

(WRC-12)

5.71 alternative divided: in Tunisia, 255-283.5kHz bands to primary basis allocated to the broadcasting business. 5.72 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12) 5.73 at 285-325kHz (1 283.5-325kHz) band, and without prejudging the radionavigation radio beacon stations causing harmful interference conditions, maritime radio navigation service can send supplemental navigation information using narrow-band technology.

(WRC-97)

5.74 additional Division: District 1, 285.3-285.7kHz band radio navigation on the main conditions of use also to water supply services (except for radio beacons). 5.75 different types of business: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Romania's Black Sea region, 315-325kHz frequency band allocated to radio navigation on the water as a key business operations. Conditions in the Baltic Sea region, this band of frequencies assigned to water when the new station or aeronautical radio-navigation service, agreement must be reached between the relevant authorities in advance.

(WRC-07) 5.76 410kHz frequency radionavigation on water are earmarked for radio direction finding.

Other radionavigation 405-415kHz band 406.5-413.5kHz band radio direction finding shall not cause harmful interference. 5.77 the different business lines: in Australia, China, France 3 's overseas territories, the Republic of Korea, and India, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Japan, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea and Sri Lanka, 415-495 kHz band, as major businesses to aeronautical radio-navigation service. In Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, and the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, 435-495 kHz frequency bands allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service as the main business. Said the authorities in all countries should take all necessary and practicable measures to ensure the coast radio station frequencies assigned to the ship station around the world working on the ship station transmitting the receiving, not subject to 435-495 kHz frequency bands for aeronautical radio-navigation radio interference.

(WRC-12)

5.78: different types of business: in Cuba, the United States and Mexico, 415-435kHz bands allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service to primarily use conditions.

5.79 water mobile service using the 415-495kHz and 505-526.5kHz (2 505-510kHz) band limited to radio. 5.79A when using the 490kHz, 518kHz, and 4209.5kHz frequency NAVTEX (warning, weather information and emergency information systems) business when coast stations, and strongly recommends that the competent authorities in accordance with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) program to coordinate their operation characteristics (see resolution No. 339 (WRC-07, as amended)).

(WRC-07)

5.80 in zone 2, aeronautical radio-navigation service using 435-495kHz band, limited to the Omni-directional beacons instead of sound transmission. 5.80A use a 472-479 kHz band amateur service radio frequencies within the maximum equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) shall not exceed 1 w. Authorities in their distance from Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Azerbaijan, and Bahrain, and Belarus, China, the Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, the Russian Federation, Iran, Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Jordan, and Kazakhstan, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Libya, and Morocco, Mauritania, Oman, and Uzbekistan, and Qatar, Arab Syria Republic, Kyrgyzstan, Somalia, the Sudan, Tunisia, and Ukraine and Yemen border within the part of the territory of more than 800 km to raise this limit to 5 w. Within this spectrum, amateur service radio stations shall not cause harmful interference to the aeronautical radionavigation service station, nor seek their protection.

(WRC-12) 5.80B in Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Azerbaijan, and Bahrain, and Belarus, China, the Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, the Russian Federation, Iraq, and Jordan, and Kazakhstan, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Libya, Mauritania, Oman, and Uzbekistan, and Qatar, Arab Syria Republic, Kyrgyzstan, Somalia, the Sudan, Tunisia and Yemen, 472-479 KHz frequencies to limit the use of maritime mobile service and the aeronautical radionavigation service. In these countries, amateur service must not use this band, and authorizes the use of countries should be taken into account.

(WRC-12) 5.81 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-2000) 5.82 in the maritime mobile service, 490 kHz radio frequency dedicated to the coast to the ship through nbdp narrow band direct printing Telegraph sends navigation and meteorological warning and emergency information. The 31st and 52 provides for conditions of use 490 kHz frequency do. Request the competent departments in the aeronautical radionavigation service when you use a 415-495 kHz band, harmful interference against 490 kHz frequency. In the amateur service when you use a 472-479 kHz band, the competent authorities shall ensure that no harmful interference 490 kHz frequency.

(WRC-12) 5.82A has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12) 5.82B has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12) 5.83 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.84 water conditions for mobile services using the 518kHz frequency in the 31st and the provisions made in article 52.

(WRC-07)

5.85 not used.

5.86 in zone 2, 525-535kHz band, radio carrier power shall not exceed 1kW during the day, night-time must not exceed 250W. 5.87 additional divided: in Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger and Swaziland, 526.5-535 kHz frequency bands allocated to mobile business as a secondary business.

(WRC-12) 5.87A additional Division: in Uzbekistan, 526.5-1606.5kHz bands to mainly use conditions are also allocated to radio navigation business. Such use shall be in accordance with paragraph 9.21 reach agreement with the relevant authorities and limited to shore radio beacon of the October 27, 1997, is already in use, until the equipment scrap so far.

(WRC-97)

5.88 additional divided: in China, the 526.5-535kHz band to secondary conditions of use also for aeronautical radio-navigation service.

5.89 in zone 2, broadcasting radio frequency band shall comply with 1605-1705kHz regional administrative Radio Conference (Rio de Janeiro, 1988) to develop the plan.

Review on 1625-1705kHz band fixed and mobile radio frequency assignment should take into account regional administrative Radio Conference (Rio de Janeiro, 1988) development of planning in the distribution.

5.90 at the 1605-1705kHz band, if comes to 2 radio stations, 1 on the water in the area of mobile radio waves provide a range of service areas should be limited to the ground. 5.91 additional divided: in the Philippines and Sri Lanka, the 1606.5-1705kHz band to secondary conditions are also allocated to the broadcasting business.

(WRC-97)

5.92 1 area of some countries, during 1606.5-1625kHz, 1635-1800kHz, 1850-2160kHz, 2194- 2300kHz, 2502-2850kHz and 3500-3800kHz radio measurement system bandwidth, should reach agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. These stations with an average radiated power not exceeding 50W.
5.93 on divided: in Angola, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Hungary, and Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, and Mongolia, Nigeria, Uzbekistan, and Poland, and Kyrgyzstan, and Slovakia, Chad, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 1 625-1 635 kHz, 1 800-1 810 kHz and 2 160-2 170 KHz frequency bands allocated to fixed and land mobile services as a key business, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

(WRC-12)

5.94 not used.

5.95 not used. 5.96 in Germany, and Armenia, and Austria, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, and Denmark, and Estonia, and Russia, and Finland, and Georgia, and Hungary, and Ireland, and Iceland, and Israel, and Kazakhstan, Latvia, and Liechtenstein, and Lithuania, and Malta, the Republic of Moldova, and Norway, and Uzbekistan, and Poland, and Kyrgyzstan, and Slovakia, the Czech Republic, United Kingdom, and Sweden, and Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, Authorities in 1715-1800kHz Division 200kHz and 1850-2000kHz within the frequency band up to the amateur service. However, when these two bands for amateur business division of frequency, the competent authorities should, after prior consultation with the competent authorities of the neighbouring countries, to take the necessary measures to prevent their amateur operations to other countries with fixed and mobile services to cause harmful interference. Any amateur station shall not exceed 10W average power.

(WRC-03) 5.97 at area 3, Roland systems on the 1850kHz or 1950kHz, which uses 1825-1875kHz and 1925-1975kHz band.

Other business division at the 1800-2000kHz band, does not work in 1850kHz and 1950kHz the Roland system under the condition of causing harmful interference, you can use any frequency within the band. 5.98 alternative divided: in Angola, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, and Belgium, Cameroon, Republic of Congo, Denmark, and Egypt, Eritrea, Spain, Ethiopia, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Greece, and Italy, and Kazakhstan, and Lebanon, and Lithuania, Arab Syria Republic, Kyrgyzstan, Somalia, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Turkey and Ukraine, 1 810-1 830 KHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-12) 5.99 extra divided: in Saudi Arabia, and Austria, and Iraq, and Libya, and Uzbekistan, and Slovakia, and Romania, and Slovenia, Chad and Togo, 1 810-1 830 kHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-12)

5.100 in zone 1, in whole or in part in the national amateur business North of latitude 40 ° before using the 1810-1830kHz frequency band authorized should be 5.98 5.99 countries agreed to take the necessary measures referred to in paragraph to prevent amateur stations in accordance with 5.98 5.99 and other business of harmful interference between radio stations. 5.101 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12) 5.102 alternative divided: in Bolivia, and Chile, and Mexico, and Paraguay, and Peru and Uruguay, 1850-2000kHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile, except aeronautical mobile service, radiolocation and radio navigation business.

(WRC-07)

5.103 in zone 1, 1850-2045kHz, 2194-2498kHz, 2502-2625kHz and 2650-2850kHz of the band within the fixed and mobile services radio frequencies assigned, the competent authorities should pay attention to special needs of mobile service on the water.

5.104 in zone 1, meteorological AIDS service using 2025-2045kHz band, limited to the floating station. 5.105 in zone 2, in addition to outside Greenland, using mobile phones at the 2065-2107kHz band of coast stations and ship stations should be limited to the J3E class launch, its peak power shall not exceed 1kW. The best selection of carrier frequency, as follows: 2065.0kHz, 2079.0kHz, 2082.5kHz, 2086.0kHz, 2093.0kHz, 2096.5kHz, 2100.0kHz and 2103.5kHz.

In Argentina and Uruguay, carrier frequency 2068.5kHz and 2075.5kHz are also used for this purpose, and 2072-2075.5kHz frequency within the frequency bands according to the provisions of paragraph 52.165 use. 5.106 in zone 2 and zone 3 only fixed business radio communication in their own country in conditions without harmful interference to mobile service on the water, you can use frequencies between 2065kHz and 2107kHz, no more than 50W average power.

In the notification frequency, drew the Bureau's attention to these provisions. 5.107 an additional partition: in Saudi Arabia, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Iraq, and Libya, Somalia and Swaziland, 2 160-2 170 kHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of fixing and except aeronautical mobile (r) mobile service other than. Shall not exceed 50 w average power of these business radio.

(WRC-12) 5.108 2182kHz carrier frequency is an international radiotelephone distress and calling frequency. 2173.5-2190.5kHz conditions of use of the frequency band in the 31st and provision had been made in article 52.

(WRC-07)

5.109 2187.5kHz, 4207.5kHz, 6312kHz, 8414.5kHz, 12577kHz, and 16804.5kHz is the international distress frequency digital selective calling, set out in the conditions of use of these frequencies in the 31st.

5.110 2174.5kHz, 4177.5kHz, 6268kHz, 8376.5kHz, 12520kHz, and 16695kHz is the international distress frequency narrow band direct printing Telegraph, provided for in the conditions of use of these frequencies in the 31st. 5.111 2182kHz, 3023kHz, 5680kHz, 8364kHz, carrier frequency and the 121.5MHz, 156.525MHz, 156.8MHz and 243MHz, also in accordance with the existing terrestrial radio communications procedures used in manned spacecraft search and rescue work.

The frequency of provision had been made in the conditions of use in the 31st. These provisions also apply to 10003kHz, 14993kHz and 19993kHz, the three frequencies, but in each case, the launch must be restricted to the relevant frequencies within ± 3kHz.

(WRC-07) 5.112 alternative divided: in Denmark and Sri Lanka, 2 194-2 300 kHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-12)

5.113 broadcasting service using 2300-2495kHz (1 2498kHz), the condition of the 3200-3400kHz,4750-4995kHz and 5005-5060kHz bands see 5.16 to 5.20,5.21 and paragraph 23.3 to 23.1. 5.114 alternative divided: in Denmark and Iraq, 2 502-2 625 kHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-12) 5.115 according to 31st, and participate in search and rescue coordination of maritime mobile service stations, you can also use the carrier (datum) frequency 3023kHz and 5680kHz.

(WRC-07) 5.116 urged the approval of the competent authorities using the 3155-3195kHz frequency band, for low-power wireless hearing devices provide a shared channel around the world.

Authorities at 3155 and 3400kHz refer to additional distribution channels for these devices to suit local needs.

It should be noted that 3000-4000kHz frequency suitable for the design of induction field in the range within a short distance of hearing aid equipment. 5.117 alternative divided: in the Ivory Coast, Denmark, and Egypt and Togo, Liberia, Sri Lanka, 3 155-3 200 kHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-12) 5.118 additional divided: in the United States, and Mexico, and Peru and Uruguay, 3230-3400kHz band to secondary conditions of use also for radiolocation operations.

(WRC-03 ) 5.119 additional divided: in Honduras, and Mexico and Peru, 3500-3750kHz bands also gives as the main business of the fixed service and the mobile service.

(WRC-07) 5.120 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-2000)

5.121 not used. 5.122 alternative divided: in Bolivia, and Chile, and Ecuador, and Paraguay, and Peru and Uruguay, 3750-4000kHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-07)

5.123 alternative divided: in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe, 3900-3950kHz bands to primary basis allocated to the broadcasting business, reached an agreement on the basis of paragraph 9.21. 5.124 the additional Division: in Canada, 3950-4000kHz bands to primarily use conditions are also allocated to the broadcasting business. Power stations in this band shall not exceed the values necessary for domestic business and shall not cause harmful interference to frequency allocation tables and the other business.

(SUP-WRC-2000) 5.125 on divided: in Greenland, 3950-4000kHz bands to primarily use conditions are also allocated to the broadcasting business.

Power stations in this band shall not be required to exceed domestic business value, and in any case not exceed 5kW.

5.126 in zone 3, 3995-4005kHz band has divided the business radio station can broadcast standard frequencies and time signals.

5.127 water mobile 4000-4063kHz band, limited to the use of radiotelephone ship station (see section 52.22 and Appendix 17). 5.128 mobile service on the water without harmful interference conditions, 4 063-4 123 kHz and 4 130-4 438 kHz band radio frequency may in exceptional circumstances for fixed business, but is limited to communications in the territory of the State party, and shall not exceed 50 w average power. In addition, in Afghanistan, and Argentina, and Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, China, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and India, and Kazakhstan, Mali, the Niger, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Chad, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, average power not exceeding 1 kW of fixed service Radio 4 063-4 123 kHz, 4 130-4 133 kHz and 4 408-4 438 KHz-band operation, provided radio at least 600 kilometers from the shore, on water and mobile services shall not cause harmful interference.

(WRC-12) 5.129 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.130 4125kHz and 6215kHz conditions of use of the carrier frequency in the 31st and the provisions made in article 52.

(WRC-07) 5.131 4209.5kHz radio frequency dedicated to coast through the narrow-band direct printing technology to send ships meteorological and navigational warning and emergency information.

(WRC-97)

5.132 4210kHz, 6314kHz, 8416.5kHz, 12579kHz, 16806.5kHz, 19680.5kHz, 22376kHz and 26100.5kHz are sending water safety information (MSI) international frequency (see annex 17). Radio 5.132A radio positioning service shall not be fixed or mobile service in the operation of radio stations causing harmful interference, the latter shall not be required for protection. Application of radiolocation service limited pursuant to resolution No. 612 (WRC-12, as amended) operation of Marine radar.

(WRC-12) 5.132B alternative divided: in Armenia, and Austria, and Belarus, Moldova, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, 4 438-4 488 kHz is allocated as the main business of the fixed and mobile services, aeronautical mobile (r) except on business.

(WRC-12) 5.133 different business categories: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Kazakhstan, and Latvia, Lithuania, Niger, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Ukraine, of 5 130-5 250 kHz band's mobile (except aeronautical mobile) Division is the main business activity (see section 5.33).

(WRC-12) 5.133A alternative divided: in Armenia, and Austria, and Belarus, Moldova, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, 5 250 5 275 kHz and 26 200-26 350 kHz frequency was allocated as the main business of the fixed and mobile service, except aeronautical mobile service.

(WRC-12) 5.134 broadcasting business for 5900-5950kHz, 7300-7350kHz, 9400-9500kHz, 11600-11650kHz, and 12050-12100kHz, and 13570-13600kHz, and 13800-13870kHz, and 15600-15800kHz, and 17480-17550kHz and 18900-19020kHz bands use shall be conditional to apply the procedure laid down in article 12th. Urges the authorities use these bands, in accordance with resolution No. 517 (WRC-07, as amended) provides that advance the use of digital modulation.

(WRC-07) 5.135 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97)

5.136 additional Division: without broadcasting operations under conditions of harmful interference, 5 900-5 the frequency of 950 kHz frequency band can be left by the following operational use, but only in the territory of the State party's communications: fixed service (in all three areas), The land mobile service (District 1), with the exception of aeronautical mobile (r) service other than the mobile business (in zone 2 and zone 3). Frequencies used for these operations across all departments, urging them to use the minimum power required taking into account, in accordance with the provisions of the radio regulations published by the seasonal use of broadcasting on the frequency.

(WRC-07) 5.137 without harmful interference to mobile service on the water conditions, the fixed service stations within the borders of communication only, no more than 50W average power, as an exception, use the 6200-6213.5kHz and 6220.5-6525kHz bands.

At the time of notification of these frequencies should be brought to the Board's attention to the above-mentioned conditions.

5.138 in the following bands:

6765-6795kHz (Center for 6780kHz),

433.05-434.79MHz (Center for 433.92MHz), besides the 5.28 country referred to in paragraph 1,

61-61.5GHz (Center for 61.25GHz),

122-123GHz (Center for 122.5GHz),

And 244-246GHz (Central frequency of 245GHz). Assigned to industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) use, subject to the approval of relevant departments and those radiocommunication services may be affected by the agreement after special approval by the authorities.

When invoking this provision, the competent authorities should take into account the ITU-R the latest proposal. 5.138A has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12) 5.139 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12) 5.140 additional divided: in Angola, Iraq, and Kenya, Somalia and Togo, 7-000-7 050 kHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service.

(WRC-12) 5.141 alternative divided: in Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Guinea, Libya, Madagascar and Niger, 7 000-7 050 kHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service.

(WRC-12) 5.141A additional Division: in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, 7000-7100kHz, and 7100~7200kHz band to secondary use conditions are also allocated to the fixed service and the land mobile service.

(WRC-03) 5.141B additional Division: in Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Australia, and Bahrain, Botswana, Brunei Darussalam, China, Comoros, Korea, Diego Garcia, Djibouti, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Eritrea, Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Japan, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Libya, and Morocco, Mauritania, the Niger, New Zealand, and Oman, Papua New Guinea, Qatar, Arab Syria Republic, Singapore, Sudan, South Sudan, Tunisia, and Viet Nam and Yemen, 7 100-7 200 kHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of fixing and except aeronautical mobile (r) mobile service other than.

(WRC-12)

5.141C has been repealed (SUP-WRC-12) 5.142 2 amateur business use of 7 200-7 300kHz band is allowed to District 1 and 3 proposed broadcasting business of any constraints in the region.

(WRC-12) 5.143 attached: the harmful interference without broadcasting conditions, 7 300-7 the frequency of 350 kHz band by the fixed service and the land mobile service stations, but only in the territory of the State party's communications. Frequencies used for these operations across all departments, urging them to use the minimum power required taking into account, in accordance with the provisions of the radio regulations published by the seasonal use of broadcasting on the frequency.

(WRC-07) 5.143A 3, 7350-7450kHz bands to divide primary basis to the fixed service, divided and secondary conditions of use to the land mobile service, until March 29, 2009. March 29, 2009, this band of frequencies available for the business of radio communications in the country, but may not cause harmful interference to broadcasting services. When the frequency is used in these operations, the competent authorities shall use the minimum power required and taken into account in accordance with the provisions of the radio regulations published by the seasonal use of broadcasting on the frequency.

(WRC-03) 5.143B 1, without harmful interference broadcast service conditions, the 7350-7450kHz band of frequencies can be used for communication only within the territory of the State of fixed and land mobile radio business. The total radiated power not to exceed 24dBW per station.

(WRC-12) 5.143C additional Division: in Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, the Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Iran, Islamic Republic of, Libya, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Morocco, Mauritania, the Niger, Oman, and Qatar, Arab Syria, Sudan, South of the Republic of the Sudan, Tunisia and Yemen, 7 350-7 400 kHz and 7 400-7 450 kHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service.

(WRC-12) 5.143D 2, without harmful interference broadcast service conditions, the 7350-7400kHz band of frequencies can be used for the fixed service and the land mobile service stations, and communicate only in the territory of the State. Urged authorities in the frequency for these operations use the minimum power required taking into account, in accordance with the radio regulations published by the broadcast business to the seasonal use of these frequencies.

(WRC-12) 5.143E has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12)

5.144, in District 3, has divided business 7995-8005kHz band radio broadcast standard frequencies and time signals. 5.145 8291kHz, 12290kHz, and 16420kHz conditions of use of the carrier frequency in the 31st and the provisions made in article 52.

(WRC-07) 5.145A radio positioning service station shall be neither harmful interference fixed service radio also does not require its protection. Application of radiolocation service limited pursuant to resolution No. 612 (WRC-12, as amended) operation of Marine radar.

(WRC-12) 5.145B alternative divided: in Armenia, and Austria, and Belarus, Moldova, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, 9 305-9 355 kHz and 16 100-16 200 kHz frequency was allocated as the main business of the fixed service.

(WRC-12) 5.146 additional Division: without broadcasting operations under conditions of harmful interference, 9 400-9 500 kHz, and 11 600-11 650 kHz, and 12 050-12 100 kHz, and 15 600-15 800 kHz, and 17 480-17 550 kHz and 18 900-19 020 kHz frequency used by fixed service radio frequency, but only in the territory of the State party's communications. Authorities when using frequencies for fixed services, urging them to use the minimum power required taking into account, in accordance with the provisions of the radio regulations published by the seasonal use of broadcasting on the frequency.

(WRC-07)

5.147 in the condition of not causing harmful interference to broadcasting services, only in the territory of the host State communications fixed service stations can use 9775-9900kHz, 11650-11700kHz and 11975-12050kHz bands of frequencies, each station using the total radiated power not to exceed 24dBW. 5.148 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97)

5.149 has been divided in to the following frequency bands when other business assigned the radio:

13360-13410kHz, 4990-5000MHz, 94.1-100GHz,

25550-25670kHz, 6650-6675.2MHz, 102-109.5GHz,

37.5-38.25MHz, 10.6-10.68GHz, 111.8-114.25GHz,

73-74.6MHz (zone 1 and zone 3), 14.47-14.5GHz, 128.33-128.59GHz,

150.05-153MHz (1), 22.01-22.21GHz, 129.23-129.49GHz,

322-328.6MHz, 22.21-22.5GHz, 130-134GHz,

406.1-410MHz, 22.81-22.86GHz, 136-148.5GHz,

608-614MHz (zone 1 and zone 3), 23.07-23.12GHz, 151.5-158.5GHz,

1330-1400MHz, 31.2-31.3GHz, 168.59-168.93GHz,

1610.6-1613.8MHz, 31.5-31.8GHz (area 1 and area 3), 171.11-171.45GHz,

1660-1670MHz, 36.43-36.5GHz, 172.31-172.65GHz,

1718.8-1722.2MHz, 42.5-43.5GHz, 173.52-173.85GHz,

2655-2690MHz, 195.75-196.15GHz,

3260-3267MHz, 209-226GHz,

3332-3339MHz, 241-250GHz,

3345.8-3352.5MHz, 48.94 - 49.04GHz, 252 - 275GHz,

4825-4835MHz, 76 - 86GHz,

4950-4990MHz, 92 - 94GHz, Urges the authorities to adopt all practicable measures to protect the radio astronomy service from harmful interference. Satellite radio or airborne radio emission on radio astronomy operations may be particularly serious sources of interference (see paragraphs 4.5 and 4.6, and 29th).

(WRC-07) 5.149A alternative divided: in Armenia, and Austria, and Belarus, Moldova, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, 13 450-13 550 kHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile service as a secondary business, aeronautical mobile (r) except on business.

(WRC-12)

5.150 the following bands:

13553-13567kHz (Center for 13560kHz),

26957-27283kHz (Center for 27120kHz),

40.66-40.70MHz (Center for 40.68MHz),

902-928MHz (center frequency 915MHz) in zone 2,

2400-2500MHz (Center for 2450MHz),

5725-5875MHz (Center for 5800MHz),

And 24-24.25GHz (Central frequency of 24.125GHz), Also assigned to industrial, scientific and medical (ISM). Radiocommunication services in these bands have to bear as a result of these possible harmful interference.

ISM equipment operating in the band shall comply with the provisions of paragraph 15.13. 5.151 additional Division: without broadcasting operations under conditions of harmful interference, 13 570-13 600 kHz and 13 800-13 frequency 870 kHz band by the fixed service and except aeronautical mobile (r) mobile radio uses other than business, but limited to communications in the territory of the State party. Frequencies used for these operations across all departments, urging them to use the minimum power required taking into account, in accordance with the provisions of the radio regulations published by the seasonal use of broadcasting on the frequency.

(WRC-07) 5.152 additional divided: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, China, Ivory Coast, Russia, and Georgia, and Iran, and Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 14250-14350kHz bands to mainly use conditions are also allocated to the fixed service. Fixed service stations radiated power not to exceed 24dBW.

(WRC-03)

5.153 in zone 3, 15995-16005kHz band who have divided the business radio station may broadcast standard frequencies and time signals. 5.154 additional divided: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Russia, and Georgia, and Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 18068-18168kHz bands to divide primary basis to the fixed service for its use, the peak power shall not exceed 1kW.

(WRC-03) 5.155 additional divided: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Kazakhstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, and Slovakia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 21850-21870kHz band is also allocated to the main business of the aeronautical mobile (r) service.

(WRC-07) 5.155A in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Kazakhstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, and Slovakia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, fixed service use of the 21850-21870kHz band is limited to providing aircraft flight safety-related business.

(WRC-07)

5.155B 21870-21924kHz band by the fixed service for providing aircraft flight safety-related business.

5.156 additional divided: in Nigeria, the 22720-23200kHz band with the main conditions of use also auxiliary services (radio high altitude weather measurement instrument).

5.156A fixed service using 23200-23350kHz band limited to aircraft flight safety-related business. 5.157 23350-24000kHz band mobile business use on the water, confined to the ship by radio.
5.158 alternative divided: in Armenia, and Austria, and Belarus, Moldova, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, 24 450-24 600 kHz frequency was allocated as the main business of the fixed and land mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.159 alternative divided: in Armenia, and Austria, and Belarus, Moldova, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, 39-39.5 MHz frequency band is allocated as the main business of the fixed and mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.160 additional divided: in Botswana, Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda, the 41-44 MHz band allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service as the main business.

(WRC-12)

5.161 added: the Iran and Japan, 41-44MHz band to secondary conditions of use also for radiolocation operations. 5.161A additional Division: in the Republic of Korea and the United States, 41.015-41.665 MHz and 43.35-44 MHz band was also allocated to radiolocation service as the main business. Radio location service station shall not exceed the fixed or mobile radio stations causing harmful interference to, nor shall require its protection. Application of radiolocation service limited pursuant to resolution No. 612 (WRC-12, as amended) operation of Marine radar.

(WRC-12) 5.161B alternative divided: in Albania, and Germany, and Armenia, and Austria, and Belarus, and Belgium, and Bosnia and and Herzegovina, and Bulgaria, and Cyprus, and Vatican, and Croatia, and Denmark, and Spain, and Estonia, and Finland, and France, and Greece, and Hungary, and Ireland, and Iceland, and Italy, and Latvia, and Qian Yugoslavia, and Liechtenstein, and Lithuania, and Luxembourg, and Malta, and Moldova, and Monaco, and Montenegro, and Norway, and, and Netherlands, and Poland, and Portugal, and Kyrgyzstan, and Slovakia and the Czech Republic, and Romania and the United Kingdom, San Marino, Slovenia, and Sweden, and Switzerland, and Turkey and Ukraine, 42-42.5 MHz is allocated as the main business of the fixed and mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.162 additional divided: in Australia, 44-47 MHz band allocated to broadcasting services as a key business.

(WRC-12) 5.162A additional Division: in Germany, and Austria, and Belgium, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Vatican, Denmark, and Spain, and Estonia, the Russian Federation, Finland, and France, and Ireland, and Iceland, and Italy, and Latvia, the former Yugoslavia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Liechtenstein, and Lithuania, and Luxembourg, Monaco, Montenegro, Norway and the Netherlands, and Poland, and Portugal and the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom, and Serbia, and Slovenia, and Sweden and Switzerland, 46-68 MHz band allocated to radio as a secondary business location service. This limit in accordance with resolution No. 217 (WRC-97) running wind profiling radar.

(WRC-12) 5.163 the additional Division: in Armenia, and Belarus, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Hungary, and Kazakhstan, Latvia, Moldova, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 47-48.5 MHz and 56.5-58 MHz band allocated to secondary business as fixed service and the land mobile service.

(WRC-12) 5.164 additional divided: in Albania, and Algeria, and Germany, and Austria, and Belgium, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Botswana, and Bulgaria, and Côte d ' Ivoire, and Denmark, and Spain, and Estonia, and Finland, and France, and Gabon, and Greece, and Ireland, and Israel, and Italy, and Jordan, and Lebanon, and Libya, and Liechtenstein, and Lithuania, and Luxembourg, and Madagascar, and Mali, and Malta, and Morocco, and Mauritania, and Monaco, and Montenegro, and Nigeria, and Norway, and Netherlands, and Poland, and Arab Syria Republic, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, and Romania and the United Kingdom, and Serbia, and Slovenia, and Sweden, and Switzerland, Swaziland, Chad, Togo, Tunisia and Turkey, 47-68 MHz band, in South Africa, and 47-50 MHz bands, as well as in Latvia, the 48.5-56.5 MHz band, also divided, as the main business of the land mobile service. However, with each band referred to in the footnote to the list of country's land mobile radio business is allowed to countries that are not mentioned on the band's existing or planned radio stations cause harmful interference to, or claim protection of this radio.

(WRC-12) 5.165 additional divided: in Angola, Cameroon, Republic of the Congo, Madagascar, Mozambique, the Niger, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania and Chad, 47-68 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-12) 5.166 alternative divided: in New Zealand, 50-51 MHz band allocated to fixed and mobile services as a key business, 53-54 MHz band allocated to fixed and mobile services as a key business.

(WRC-12) 5.167 alternative classification: Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, and India, and Iran (Islamic Republic of), Pakistan, Singapore and Thailand, 50-54MHz band is also allocated to the main business of fixed, mobile and broadcasting services.

(WRC-07) 5.167A additional Division: in Indonesia, 50-54 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of fixed, mobile and broadcasting services.

(WRC-07)

5.168 additional divided: in Australia, China and the DPRK, 50-54MHz bands to primarily use conditions are also allocated to the broadcasting business. 5.169 alternative divided: in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe, 50-54 MHz band allocated to amateurs as a key business operations. In Senegal, the 50-51 MHz band allocated to amateurs as a key business operations.

(WRC-12)

5.170 the additional Division: in New Zealand, 51-53MHz bands to mainly use conditions are also allocated to the fixed service and the mobile service. 5.171 the additional Division: in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mali, Namibia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe, 54-68 MHz band allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-12)

5.172 different types of business: in the French overseas territory of District 2, Guyana, Jamaica and Mexico, 54-68MHz bands to divide primary basis to the fixed service and the mobile service (see paragraphs 5.33).

5.173 different types of business: in the French overseas territory of District 2, Guyana, Jamaica and Mexico, 68-72MHz bands to divide primary basis to the fixed service and the mobile service (see paragraphs 5.33). 5.174 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.175 alternative divided: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Kazakhstan, Moldova, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 68-73 MHz and 76-87.5 MHz band allocated to broadcasting services as a key business. In Latvia and Lithuania, 68-73 MHz and 76-87.5 MHz band allocated to the main business of broadcast service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile. Other country band in both the business and the national broadcasting service agreed with the neighbouring countries concerned.

(WRC-07) 5.176 added divided: in Australia, China, Korea, the Philippines, the Republic of Korea and Samoa, 68-74 MHz band allocated to broadcasting services as a key business.

(WRC-07) 5.177 the additional Division: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 73-74 MHz band allocated to broadcasting services as a key business, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

(WRC-07) 5.178 additional divided: in Colombia, Cuba, El Salvador, and Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras and Nicaragua, 73-74.6 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the fixed and mobile services as a secondary business.

(WRC-12) 5.179 added divided: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, China, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Kazakhstan, and Lithuania, and Mongolia, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 74.6-74.8 MHz and 75.2-75.4 MHz band allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service as the main business, only for ground-based transmitters.

(WRC-12) 5.180 assigned point beacon of 75 MHz frequency, the competent authorities should not be near that frequency guard bands of upper and lower near the assigned frequency to other business radio.

Because the radio's power or location, may cause harmful interference to track beacons or imposing restrictions.

Shall make its best efforts to further improve the characteristics of airborne receiver and 74.8 MHz and 75.2 MHz near both the upper and lower limits of the frequency, limit the power of letters radio. 5.181 additional divided: in Egypt, and Israel and Syria, 74.8-75.2 MHz frequency band to secondary conditions of use also for mobile service, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. In order to guarantee without harmful interference to aeronautical radionavigation station shall not be using mobile services in this band of the radio until invoke paragraph 9.21 of the program to identify any authority aeronautical radio-navigation service is no longer needed.

(WRC-03)

5.182 additional divided: in Western Samoa, 75.4-87 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the broadcasting business.

Divided 5.183 added: in China, Korea, and Japan, the Philippines and the Democratic People's Republic, 76-87 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the broadcasting business. 5.184 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07)

5.185 different business types: United States 2, French overseas territories, Guyana, Jamaica, and Mexico and Paraguay, 76-88 to major MHz frequency band allocated to the fixed service and the mobile service use conditions (see paragraphs 5.33). 5.186 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97)

5.187 alternative divided: in Albania, 81-87.5 to major MHz frequency band allocated to the broadcasting business using conditions and in accordance with the 1960 final bill decides to use the Geneva Regional Conference. 5.188 additional divided: in Australia, 85-87 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the broadcasting business.

Australia broadcasting business, are subject to special agreements between the competent authorities concerned.

5.189 not used. 5.190 additional divided: in Monaco, 87.5-88 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the land mobile service, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

(WRC-97)

5.191 not used. 5.192 additional divided: in China and Korea, 100-108 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the fixed services and mobile services.

(WRC-97)

5.193 not used. 5.194 additional divided: in Azerbaijan, and Kyrgyzstan, Somalia, Turkmenistan, 104-108 MHz band allocated to mobile business as a secondary business (except aeronautical mobile (r)).

(WRC-07)

5.195 not used.

5.196 not used. 5.197 attached: the Arab Syria Republic 108-111.975 MHz band allocated to mobile business as a secondary business, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. In order to assure aeronautical radionavigation stations produce harmful interference, only when paragraph 9.21 of the procedures are applied to determine the Department's aeronautical radio-navigation service is no longer required after this band can be used within this band mobile radio.

(WRC-12) 5.197A additional Division: 108-117.975 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the aeronautical mobile (r) service, only in accordance with accepted standards of international aviation system running. Such use shall comply with resolution No. 413 (WRC-07, as amended) provisions. Aeronautical mobile (r) business on the 108-112 MHz band used shall be limited in accordance with recognized international standards, to support air navigation provides navigation information from ground-based transmitters and receivers of the system.

(WRC-07) 5.198 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.199 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.200 in the 117.975-136 MHz band, for aviation emergency frequency of 121.5 MHz frequency, in the case of need, 123.1 MHz frequency can also be used as auxiliary aviation frequencies of 121.5 MHz frequency. Maritime mobile business mobile station can be used according to the criteria set forth in article 31st these frequencies and aeronautical mobile radio communication, for distress and safety.

(WRC-07) 5.201 additional divided: in Angola, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, and Bulgaria, and Estonia, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Hungary, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Japan, and Kazakhstan, Latvia, Moldova, Mongolia, Mozambique, Uzbekistan, Papua New Guinea, Poland, and Kyrgyzstan, and Romania, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 132-136 MHz band is also allocated to the main business of the aeronautical mobile (OR) business. For the aeronautical mobile (OR) assigned business radio frequencies, the competent authorities shall take into account assigned to the aeronautical mobile (r) service radio frequencies.

(WRC-12) 5.202 additional divided: in Saudi Arabia, and Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, and Bulgaria, United Arab Emirates, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Iran, Islamic Republic of, Jordan, Latvia, Oman, and Uzbekistan, and Poland, Arab Syria Republic, Kyrgyzstan, and Romania, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 136-137 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the aeronautical mobile (OR) business. For the aeronautical mobile (OR) assigned business radio frequencies, the competent authorities shall take into account assigned to the aeronautical mobile (r) service radio frequencies.

(WRC-12) 5.203 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.203A has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.203B has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.204 different business type: in Afghanistan, and Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, and Bangladesh, and, and China, and Cuba, and United Arab Emirates, and India, and Indonesia, and Iran (Islamic Republic), and Iraq, and Kuwait, and Montenegro, and Oman, and Pakistan, and Philippines, and Qatar, and Serbia, and Singapore, and Thailand and Yemen, 137-138 MHz band divided to as main business of fixed business and except aviation mobile (r) yiwai of mobile business (see 5.33 paragraph).

(WRC-07)

5.205 different types of business: in Israel and Jordan, 137-138 to major MHz frequency band using conditions allocated to fixed service, except aeronautical mobile (r) mobile service other than (see paragraphs 5.33). 5.206 different business type: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, and Bulgaria, and Egypt, and Finland, and France, and Georgia, and Greece, and Kazakhstan, and Lebanon, and Moldova, and Mongolia, and, and Poland, and Kyrgyzstan, and Syria, and Slovakia, and Czech, and Romania, and Russia, and Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 137-138 MHz band to main using conditions divided to aviation mobile (OR) business (see 5.33 paragraph).

(WRC-2000)

5.207 additional divided: in Australia, 137-144 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the broadcasting business, until the regional radio programming, including so far. 5.208 satellite mobile service when using a 137-138 MHz frequency band shall be coordinated in accordance with paragraph 9.11A.

(WRC-97) 137-138 MHz,387-390, 5.208A MHz and 400.15-401 MHz for mobile satellite services in the band when assigning the space station, the competent authorities shall take all feasible measures to protect 150.05-153 MHz,322-328.6 MHz,406.1-410 MHz and 608-614 MHz radio astronomy service in the band from harmful interference from unwanted emissions. Relevant ITU-r recommendations included cause harmful interference to the radio astronomy service threshold.

(WRC-07)

5.208B* in the following bands:

137-138 MHz,

387-390 MHz,

400.15-401 MHz,

1 452-1 492 MHz,

1 525-1 610 MHz,

1 613.8-1 626.5 MHz,

2 655-2 690 MHz,

    21.4-22 GHz, Resolution No. 739 (WRC-07, as amended) applies.

(WRC-07) 5.209 satellite mobile service using 137-138MHz,148-150.05MHz,399.9-400.05MHz,400.15-401MHz,454-456MHz and 459-460MHz band is limited to non-geostationary satellite systems.

(WRC-97) 5.210 additional divided: in Italy and the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom, 138-143.6 MHz and 143.65-144 MHz band allocated to the space as a secondary business studies business (air-to-surface).

(WRC-07) 5.211 additional divided: in Germany, and Saudi Arabia, and Austria, and Bahrain, and Belgium, and Denmark, and United Arab Emirates, and Spain, and Finland, and Greece, and Ireland, and Israel, and Kenya, and Kuwait, and Qian Yugoslavia, and Lebanon, and Liechtenstein, and Luxembourg, and Mali, and Malta, and Montenegro, and Norway, and Netherlands, and Qatar, and Slovakia, and United Kingdom, and Serbia, and Slovenia, and Somalia, and Sweden, and Switzerland, and Tanzania, and Tunisia and Turkey, 138-144 MHz band allocated to water as the main business mobile service and the land mobile service.

(WRC-12) 5.212 alternative divided: in Angola, Botswana, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Gabon, the Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Iraq, and Jordan, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Oman, Uganda, the Arab Syria Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Swaziland, Chad, Togo, Zambia and Zimbabwe, 138-144 MHz band allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile services.

(WRC-12)

5.213 additional divided: in China, 138-144 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to radiolocation operations. 5.214 additional divided: Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, the former Yugoslavia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Tanzania, 138-144 MHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service.

(WRC-12)

5.215 not used.

5.216 additional divided: in China, the 144-146 MHz band to secondary conditions of use also for aeronautical mobile (OR) business.

5.217 alternative divided: in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cuba, Guyana, India, 146-148 to major MHz frequency band allocated to the fixed service and the mobile service use conditions. 5.218 attached: the 148-149.9 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the space operations (surface-to-air) business, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

Each of the emission bandwidth shall not exceed ± 25 kHz. 5.219 satellite mobile service using a 148-149.9 MHz frequency band shall be coordinated in accordance with paragraph 9.11A.

Mobile-satellite service shall not be restricted in the 148-149.9 MHz band for fixed services, mobile services and the development and use of space operations. 5.220 satellite terrestrial mobile service use 149.9-150.05 MHz and 399.9-400.05 MHz bands shall be coordinated in accordance with paragraph 9.11A. Mobile-satellite service shall not limit 149.9-150.05 MHz and 399.9-400.05 MHz bands in the development and use of satellite radionavigation.

(WRC-97) 5.221 148-149.9 MHz for mobile satellite services in the band radio to run according to the table of frequency allocations for the following States fixed or mobile radio stations shall not cause harmful interference protection requirements: Albania, and Algeria, and Germany, and Saudi Arabia, and Australia, and Austria, and Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, and Belgium, Benin, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brunei Darussalam, and Bulgaria, Cameroon, China, Cyprus, and Congo, and Korea, and Côte d ' Ivoire, and Croatia, and Cuba, and Denmark, and Djibouti, and Egypt, and United Arab Emirates, and Eritrea, and Spain, and Estonia, and Ethiopia, and Russian Federation, and Finland, and France, and Gabon, and Ghana, and Greece, and Guinea, and Guinea-Bissau, and Hungary, and India, and Iran Islamic Republic, and Ireland, and Iceland, and Israel, and Italy, and Jamaica, and Japan, and Jordan, and Kazakhstan, and Kenya, and Kuwait, and Qian Yugoslavia, and Lesotho, Latvia, Lebanon, and Libya, and Liechtenstein, and Lithuania, and Luxembourg, and Malaysia, Mali, Malta, Mauritania, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Mozambique, Namibia, Norway, and New Zealand, and Oman, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay and the Netherlands, the Philippines, Poland, and Portugal, and Qatar, and Arab Syria, and of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan and the Republic of Korea, and Slovakia, and Romania and the United Kingdom, Senegal, Serbia, Sierra Leone, Singapore, and Slovenia, the Sudan, Sri Lanka, South Africa, and Sweden, and Switzerland, Swaziland, Tanzania, Chad, Thailand, Togo, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, and Tunisia, and Turkey, and Ukraine, and Viet Nam, and Yemen, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

(WRC-12)

5.222 on 149.9-150.05 MHz and 399.9-400.05 MHz launch of satellite radionavigation bands are also available for use by the space research service earth station.

5.223 taking into account the fixed and mobile services using the 149.9-150.05 MHz band may cause harmful interference to satellite radionavigation, urged the competent authorities pursuant to paragraph 4.4 do not approve such use. 5.224 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.224A mobile satellite (surface-to-air) business use 149.9-150.05 MHz and 399.9-400.05 MHz bands, limited land mobile satellite (surface-to-air) business, until January 1, 2015.

(WRC-97) 5.224B 149.9-150.05 MHz and 399.9-400.05 MHz band allocated to satellite radionavigation, valid until January 1, 2015.

(WRC-97)

5.225 additional divided: in Australia and India, 150.05-153 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the radio astronomy service. 5.225A additional Division: in Algeria, and Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, China, the Russian Federation, France, and Iran Islamic Republic, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Viet Nam, 154-156 MHz band allocated to radiolocation service as the main business. Radio location service 154-156 MHz frequency band shall be limited to the space target detection system based on the ground. 154-156 MHz band of radio location service stations in operation shall be an agreement under paragraph 9.21. In order to determine zone 1 potentially affected departments shall be made on any other Department within the territorial boundaries of 25 kHz reference frequency, 10 meters above the ground at 12dB in 10% time (μ-V/m) the instantaneous field strength values. For determine 3 district potential by effect of competent sector, must used any other competent sector territory border ground above 60 meters at 1% of time within produced of -6 dB interference noise than (I/N) value (n = -161 dBW/4 kHz), or for need more high protection requirements of application (as public protection and relief (PPDR) (n = -161 dBW/4 kHz)), must used -10 dB. During 156.7625-156.8375 MHz, 156.5125-156.5375 MHz, 161.9625-161.9875 MHz, 162.0125-162.0375 MHz frequency band in the space surveillance radar with e.i.r.p. values must not exceed -16dBW. Ukraine with regard to the Division of the radiolocation service frequency assignment, without the consent of Moldova shall not be used.

(WRC-12) 5.226 156.525 MHz frequency using digital selective calling (DSC) in the maritime mobile VHF radiotelephone service international distress, safety and calling frequencies.

156.487 5-156.562 5 MHz frequency band and the frequency of use under conditions set forth in the 31st and 52 and Appendix 18. 156.8 MHz frequency is the maritime mobile VHF radiotelephone service international distress, safety and calling frequencies.

156.762 5-156.837 and the frequency 5 MHz frequency band using criteria contained in the 31st and Appendix 18.

156-156.487 5 MHz, 156.562 5-156.762 5 MHz, 156.837, 5-157.45 MHz, 160.6-160.975 MHz and 161.475-162.05 MHz band within each Department should only be in the departments assigned to the maritime mobile service radio frequencies, moved on the water business priority (see the 31st and 52 and Appendix 18).

May cause harmful interference to maritime mobile VHF radio communications business area, divided the band's other business radio should avoid the use of any frequency within the band. However, 156.8 MHz and 156.525 MHz frequency and the band to mobile business priorities on water, can be used for inland waterway radio communications, subject to the approval of interested get divided and an agreement between the competent authorities of the affected, and to take account of the frequency of use and existing agreements.

(WRC-07) 5.227 additional Division: 156.487 5-156.512 5 MHz and 156.537 5-156.562 5 MHz frequency band as the main business activity of fixed and mobile services. Fixed service and the land mobile service when you use those frequencies shall not cause harmful interference to maritime mobile VHF radio communication services, shall not be required to be protected.

(WRC-07)。 5.227A has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12) 5.228 mobile satellite services (surface-to-air) on 156.7625-156.7875 MHz and 156.8125-156.8375 MHz band used is limited to receiving long-range AIS broadcast messages (message 27, see the latest version of the ITU-r M.1371 recommendation) automatic identification system (AIS) to launch. Apart from the AIS launch, and work on water systems in the mobile service in the frequency band emission shall not exceed 1 w for communication.

(WRC-12) Aircraft Radio 5.228A to 161.9625-161.9875 MHz and 162.0125-162.0375 MHz bands used in search and rescue operations and other security-related communications.

(WRC-12) 5.228B fixed and land mobile service uses 161.9625-161.9875 MHz and 162.0125-162.0375 MHz bands shall not cause harmful interference to mobile service on the water, nor require the business to provide protection. (WRC-12)
5.228C maritime mobile services and mobile satellite services (surface-to-air) on 161.9625-161.9875 MHz and 162.0125-162.0375 MHz band to limit the use of automatic identification systems (AIS). Aeronautical mobile (OR) operating on those frequencies to limit the use of AIS search and rescue aircraft launched. Use those frequencies AIS shall not restrict the adjacent band of fixed and mobile services in the development and use.

(WRC-12) 5.228D fixed and mobile service before January 1, 2025, may continue to be used as a main business 161.9625-161.9875 MHz (AIS 1) and 162.0125-162.0375 MHz (AIS 2) frequency band. After this date, the Division is no longer valid. Before this date, and encourages the authorities to make every practicable effort to stop the fixed and mobile services on the use of those frequencies. During this transition period, these bands in the maritime mobile services have priority over fixed, land mobile and aeronautical mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.228E aeronautical mobile (OR) business at 161.9625-161.9875 MHz and 162.0125-162.0375 MHz frequency bands the use of automatic identification systems for search and rescue operations and other security-related aircraft radio communications.

(WRC-12) 5.228F mobile satellite services (surface-to-air) on 161.9625-161.9875 MHz and 162.0125-162.0375 MHz band to limit the use of mobile radio on the receiving water from the automatic identification system.

(WRC-12) 5.229 alternative divided: in Morocco, 162-174 to major MHz frequency band allocated to the broadcasting business using conditions. This has a table of frequency allocations and band shall comply with work or some of the business plan and the agreements reached by the authorities likely to be affected.

Before January 1, 1981, technical characteristics of existing stations and at the date of the agreement does not affect.

5.230 added: the Chinese 163-167 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the space operations (air-to-surface) business, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. Division of 5.231 added: in Afghanistan and China, 167-174 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the broadcasting business. Broadcasting services using this band shall comply with with its operations in the District 3 agreement reached by the potentially affected neighbouring countries.

(WRC-12)

5.232 additional divided: in Japan, 170-174 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the broadcasting business. 5.233 additional divided: in China, 174-184 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the space research (air-to-surface) business and space operations (air-to-surface) business, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

These should not operate on the existing radio broadcasting business in or planning to cause harmful interference or demands.

5.234 different types of business: in Mexico, 174-216 to major MHz frequency band allocated to the fixed service and the mobile service use conditions (see paragraphs 5.33). 5.235 additional divided: in Germany, and Austria, and Belgium, and Denmark, and Spain, and Finland, and France, and Israel, and Italy, and Liechtenstein, and Malta, Monaco, and Norway and the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, and Sweden and Switzerland, 174-223 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the land mobile service.

However, land mobile radio company listed in the footnote may be States other than States of existing or planned radio stations causing harmful interference to, or protection requirements.

5.236 not used. 5.237 additional divided: in the Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Libya, Mali, Sierra Leone, Somalia and Chad, 174-223 MHz frequency band is also allocated as a secondary business fixed and mobile services.

(WRC-12)

5.238 additional divided: in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and the Philippines, 200-216 to major MHz frequency band allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service use conditions.

5.239 not used.

5.240 added divided: in China and India, 216-223 to major MHz frequency band allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service use conditions, and secondary conditions of use also for radiolocation operations. 5.241 in zone 2, 216-225 MHz frequency band shall not approve the new radio location service stations.

Before January 1, 1990 authorized the station to continue to secondary working conditions of use.

Divided 5.242 added: in Canada, 216-220 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the land mobile service.

5.243 added divided: in Somalia, 216-225 to major MHz frequency band allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service use conditions, but not to other existing broadcasting business in or planning to cause harmful interference. 5.244 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97)

5.245 additional divided: in Japan, 222-223 to major MHz frequency band allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service use conditions, and secondary conditions of use also for radiolocation operations. 5.246 alternative divided: in Spain, and France, and Israel and Monaco, 223-230 to major MHz frequency band using conditions allocated to the broadcasting service and the land mobile service (see paragraphs 5.33). But at the time of preparation of frequency planning, broadcasting select frequency priority; and secondary conditions allocated to fixed service other than land mobile and mobile services.

Land mobile radio business is allowed to Morocco and Algeria existing or planned broadcasting stations causing harmful interference, or protection requirements.

5.247 added divided: in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, and Oman, and Qatar and Syria, 223-235 to major MHz frequency band allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service use conditions.

5.248 not used.

5.249 not used.

5.250 added divided: in China, the 225-235 MHz band to secondary use conditions are also allocated to the radio astronomy service.

5.251 additional divided: in Nigeria, 230-235 to major MHz frequency band allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service using conditions, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

5.252 alternative divided: in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe, 230-238 MHz and 246-254 MHz bands to primary basis allocated to the broadcasting business, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

5.253 not used. 5.254 satellite mobile services agreement pursuant to paragraph 9.21, you can use 235-322 MHz and 335.4-399.9 MHz bands, provided is not in addition to the 5.256A Division of additional footnotes outside, in accordance with the table of frequency allocations are operating or planning to operate other businesses to cause harmful interference.

(WRC-03) 5.255 312-315 MHz of satellite mobile service (surface-to-air) and 387-390 MHz (air-to-surface) band can also be used for non-geostationary satellite systems.

Such use shall be coordinated in accordance with paragraph 9.11A. 5.256 243 MHz frequencies within this band for the lifeboat station and rescue equipment for the purpose of use.

(WRC-07) 5.256A additional Division: in China, Russia, and Kazakhstan and Ukraine, 258-261 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the space research (air) business and space operations (surface-to-air) business. Space research (air) business and space operations (surface-to-air) radio business is allowed to operate in that band of mobile service and mobile-satellite service systems to cause harmful interference, or protection requests, or inhibit its use and development. Space research (air) business and space operations (surface-to-air) shall not inhibit business radio of fixed service systems in other countries to use and develop.

(WRC-03)

5.257 267-272 MHz band can be used by the competent authorities in the main conditions for its domestic space telemetry, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

5.258 aeronautical radio-navigation service using a 328.6-335.4 MHz frequency band is limited to the instrument landing system (down beacon). 5.259 additional divided: in Egypt and the Arab Syria Republic 328.6-335.4 MHz band allocated to mobile business as a secondary business, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. In order to assure aeronautical radionavigation station cause harmful interference only when paragraph 9.21, procedures for determining the application of the Department of aeronautical radio-navigation service is no longer required after this band can be introduced within this band mobile radio.

(WRC-12)

5.260 taking into account the fixed and mobile services using the 399.9-400.05 MHz band may cause harmful interference to satellite radionavigation, urged the competent authorities pursuant to paragraph 4.4 not approved for this use.

5.261 standard 400.1 MHz frequency emission limit should be within ± 25 kHz at this frequency. 5.262 additional divided: in Saudi Arabia, and Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Bahrain, and Belarus, Botswana, Colombia, Cuba, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Ecuador, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Hungary, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Israel, and Jordan, and Kazakhstan, and Kuwait, Liberia, Malaysia, Moldova, Oman, and Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, the Arab Syria Republic, Kyrgyzstan, and Singapore, Chad, Somalia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 400.05-401 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.263 400.15-401 MHz band allocated to space research in air-to-air operations, used to communicate with a manned spaceship.

Space research service for this purpose will not be treated as a security business. 5.264 mobile-satellite service in the coordination in accordance with 9.11A can use 400.15-401 MHz frequency band.

As shown in Appendix 5 of annex 1 to the power flux density limits, shall apply to the World Radiocommunication Conference has the right to modify the time.

5.265 not used. 5.266 satellite mobile service using a 406-406.1 MHz frequency band is limited to low power radio satellite emergency position radio beacon (see also article 31).

(WRC-07)

5.267 ban already approved by the 406-406.1 MHz band may cause harmful interference to the use of any launch. Research business uses 410-420 MHz frequency bands of 5.268 space, confined to within 5 km track, manned spacecraft in orbit communications. Spacecraft external activities of launches by produced of arrived Earth surface of power pass volume density in 0 ° ≤ d ≤ 5 ° Shi shall not over -153dB (W/m2), in 5 ° ≤ d ≤ 70 ° Shi shall not over -153+0.077 (d-5) dB (W/m2), in 70 ° ≤ d ≤ 90 ° Shi shall not over -148 dB (W/m2), which d refers to radio of arrived angle, reference bandwidth for 4 kHz. 4.1 does not apply to this type of aircraft external activities of special campaigns. This band, space research (air-to-air) should not operate on the fixed service and the mobile service station protection requirements, or to limit their use and development.

(WRC-97)

5.269 a different type of business: in Australia and the United States, and India, and Japan and the United Kingdom, 420-430 MHz and 440-450 MHz band allocated to radiolocation services to mainly use conditions (see paragraphs 5.33).

5.270 added divided: in Australia and the United States, and Jamaica and the Philippines, 420-430 MHz and 440-450 MHz band to secondary use conditions are also allocated to the amateur service. 5.271 additional divided: in Belarus, China, India, and Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan, 420-460 MHz band allocated to the aeronautical radio-navigation service as a secondary business (radio altimeter).

(WRC-07) 5.272 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12) 5.273 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12) 5.274 alternative divided: in Denmark, and Norway, and Sweden and Chad, 430-432 MHz and 438-440 MHz band allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-12) 5.275 additional divided: in Croatia, and Estonia, and Finland, Arabic Libya people's Socialist Jamahiriya, former Yugoslavia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia, 430-432 MHz and 438-440 MHz band allocated to also serve as the main business of the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-07) 5.276 added divided: in Afghanistan, and Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Ecuador, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Greece, Guinea, India, and Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Israel, and Italy, and Jordan, and Kenya, and Kuwait, and Libya, and Malaysia, the Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, and Arab Syria Republic, Korea, Singapore, Somalia, Sudan, Switzerland, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Turkey and Yemen, 430-440 MHz band allocated to fixed service as the main business, 430-435 MHz and 438-440 MHz band allocated to the main business of the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-12) 5.277 additional divided: in Angola, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, Cameroon, Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Hungary, and Israel, and Kazakhstan, Mali, Mongolia, and Uzbekistan, and Poland and the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kyrgyzstan, and Slovakia, and Romania, Chad, Rwanda, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 430-440 MHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service.

(WRC-12)

5.278 different business types: in Argentina, and Colombia, and Costa Rica, Cuba, Guyana, Honduras, and Panama and Venezuela, 430-440 Division to amateur operations to major MHz frequency band using conditions (see paragraphs 5.33).

5.279 additional divided: in Mexico, 430-435 MHz and 438-440 MHz frequency band to the main conditions of use also to the land mobile service, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. 5.279A satellite Earth observation (active) operational sensors using this band shall comply with ITU-r SA.1260-1 suggestion. In addition, the use of satellite Earth observation in the 432-438 MHz band (active) service shall not cause harmful interference to aeronautical radio-navigation service in China. This footnote provides must not reduce the satellite Earth observation (active) business as a secondary business pursuant to paragraph 5.29 and 5.3 operating responsibilities.

(WRC-03) 5.280 in Germany, and Austria, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia, former Yugoslavia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Portugal, and Serbia, and Slovenia, as well as Switzerland, 433.05-434.79 MHz frequency (center frequency 433.92 MHz) to industrial, scientific and medical (ISM). Working in this band of radiocommunication services in these countries must bear these applications may cause harmful interference. This frequency band ISM equipment shall be operated in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 15.13.

(WRC-07) 5.281 additional divided: 2 French overseas territories and India, 433.75-434.25 MHz with the main conditions of use also to the space operations (surface-to-air) business.

In France and Brazil, the frequency bands allocated to secondary use conditions the same business. 5.282 435-438 MHz,1 260-1 270 MHz,2 400-2 450 MHz,3 400-3 410 MHz (only for zone 2 and zone 3) and 5 650-5 670 MHz frequency bands, amateur satellite service in the frequency allocation tables and the other business without causing harmful interference can be used (see paragraphs 5.43). Authorities at the time of approval for such use, shall ensure that once the radio amateur satellite service transmitting to cause harmful interference, immediately be eliminated according to the provisions of paragraph 25.11.

Amateur satellite service using 1, 260-1 270 MHz and 5 650-5 670 MHz frequency band is limited to air direction.

5.283 additional divided: in Austria, 438-440 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

5.284 additional divided: in Canada, 440-450 MHz frequency band to secondary use conditions are also allocated to the amateur service.

5.285 different types of business: in Canada, 440-450 to major MHz frequency band allocated to radiolocation service use conditions (see paragraphs 5.33).

5.286 449.75-450.25 MHz band can be used for space operations (air) operation and space research (air), but reached an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. 5.286A mobile-satellite service when using a 454-456 MHz and 459-460 MHz bands should be coordinated in accordance with paragraph 9.11A.

(WRC-97) 5.286AA 450-470 MHz frequency band is determined to want to implement international mobile telecommunications (IMT) used by the authorities. See resolution No. 224 (WRC-07, as amended). This determination without prejudice has acquired the band Division of business applications using the band, nor on the priority set out in the radio regulations.

(WRC-07) 5.286B in the countries listed in paragraph 5.286D use 454-455 MHz band, in zone 2 use 455-456 MHz and 459-460 MHz bands, in the countries listed in paragraph 5.286E use 454-456 MHz and 459-460 MHz band mobile satellite radio business, follow the table of frequency allocations of the fixed or mobile stations shall not cause harmful interference, or claim its protection.

(WRC-97) 5.286C in the countries listed in paragraph 5.286D use 454-455 MHz band, in zone 2 use 455-456 MHz and 459-460 MHz bands, in the countries listed in paragraph 5.286E use 454-456 MHz and 459-460 MHz-band satellite mobile radio operation shall not be restricted in accordance with the table of frequency allocations fixed or mobile radio development and use.

(WRC-97) 5.286D additional Division: in Canada and the United States and Panama, 454-455 MHz band allocated to also serve as the main business of mobile satellite (surface-to-air) business.

(WRC-07) 5.286E additional Division: Cape Verde, Nepal and Nigeria, 454-456 MHz and 459-460 MHz band allocated to also serve as the main business of the mobile satellite (surface-to-air) business.

(WRC-07) 5.287 moves on the water business of ship-borne radio station can use 457.525 MHz, 457.550 MHz, 457.575 MHz, 467.525 MHz, 467.550 MHz to 467.575 MHz frequency. When needed, designed for 12.5 kHz channel spacing, also use 457.537 5 MHz, 457.562, 5 MHz, 467.537, 5 MHz and 467.562 frequency of 5 MHz additional equipment is available on board the ship traffic. In compliance with the relevant competent authorities under the conditions of domestic rules, use these frequencies in territorial waters. Characteristics of the equipment used shall conform to the characteristics provided for in recommendations ITU-r M.1174-2.

(WRC-07) 5.288 in United States and Philippine territorial waters, ship-borne radio station chosen 457.525 MHz frequencies, 457.550 MHz, 457.575 MHz and 457.600 MHz and 467.750 MHz, respectively, 467.775 MHz, 467.800 MHz and 467.825 MHz paired with. Characteristics of the equipment used should conform to the ITU-r M.1174-1 suggestion.

(WRC-03)

5.289 in addition to meteorological satellite operations, satellite Earth observation services also have access to 460-470 MHz and 1 690-1 710 MHz band as empty ground transport, but are required to work according to the frequency allocation table radio does not cause harmful interference. 5.290 different business categories: in Afghanistan, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, China, the Russian Federation, Japan, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, the Meteorological-satellite service made to the 460-470 MHz band (air-to-surface) Division is the main business activity (see section 5.33), subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

(WRC-12)

Division of 5.291 added: in China, 470-485 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the space research (air-to-surface) business and space operations (air-to-surface) business, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21, and shall not cause harmful interference to existing or planned radio station. 5.291A additional Division: in Germany, and Austria, and Denmark, and Estonia, and Finland, and Liechtenstein, and Norway and the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Switzerland, 470-494 MHz frequency band to secondary conditions of use also for radiolocation operations. Use only in accordance with resolution No. 217 (WRC-97) operation of wind-profile radar.

(WRC-97) 5.292 different types of business: in Mexico, 470-512 MHz band allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile services, in Argentina, and Uruguay and Venezuela Division as the main business of mobile services (see paragraphs 5.33), subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

(WRC-07) 5.293 different business categories: in Canada, and Chile, Cuba, the United States, Guyana, and Honduras, and Jamaica, and Mexico and the Panama and Peru, on 470-512 MHz and 614-806 MHz bands of fixed Services Division is the main business divisions (see section 5.33), subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. In Canada, and Chile, Cuba, the United States, Guyana, and Honduras, and Jamaica, and Mexico and the Panama and Peru, on 470-512 MHz and 614-698 MHz band Mobile Services Division is done by major businesses (see section 5.33), subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. In Argentina and Ecuador, made to the 470-512 MHz band fixed and Mobile Services Division is the main business divisions (see section 5.33), subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

(WRC-12) Divided 5.294 added: in Saudi Arabia, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Egypt, Ethiopia, Israel, and Kenya, and Libya, Arab Syria, South Sudan, Chad and the Republic of Yemen, 470-582 MHz band allocated to fixed business as a secondary business.

(WRC-12)

5.295 not used. 5.296 additional divided: in Albania, and Germany, and Saudi Arabia, and Austria, and Bahrain, and Belgium, and Benin, and Bosnia and and Herzegovina, and Burkina Faso, and Cameroon, and Congo, and Côte d ' Ivoire, and Croatia, and Denmark, and Djibouti, and Egypt, and United Arab Emirates, and Spain, and Estonia, and Finland, and France, and Gabon, and Ghana, and Iraq, and Ireland, and Iceland, and Israel, and Italy, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Latvia, and Qian Yugoslavia, and Libya, and Liechtenstein, and Lithuania, and Luxembourg, and Mali, and Malta, and Morocco, and Moldova, and Monaco, and Niger, and Norway, and Oman, and Netherlands, and Poland, and Portugal, and Qatar, and Arab Syria Republic, and Slovakia, and, and United Kingdom, and Sudan, and Sweden, and Switzerland, and Swaziland, and Chad, and Togo, and Tunisia and Turkey, 470-790 MHz band, and in Angola, and Botswana, and Lesotho, and Malawi, and Mauritius, and Mozambique, and Namibia, and Nigeria, and South Africa, and Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe, 470-698 MHz band allocated to land mobile service for assisting broadcast application, used as a secondary business. States included in the footnotes of its land mobile radio shall not be outside of the States included in the footnotes of the national table of frequency allocations of the operation of existing or planned radio cause harmful interference.

(WRC-12) 5.297 additional divided: in Canada, and Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador and the United States, and Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, and Jamaica and Mexico, 512-608 MHz band allocated to also serve as the main business of the fixed service and mobile service, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

(WRC-07)

5.298 additional divided: in India, 549.75-550.25 MHz frequency band to secondary conditions of use also for space operations (air-to-surface) business.

5.299 not used. 5.300 additional divided: in Saudi Arabia, Cameroon, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Israel, and Jordan, and Libya, and Oman, and Qatar, Arab Syria, Sudan and the South of the Republic of Sudan, 582-790 MHz band allocated as a secondary business fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-12)

5.301 not used. 5.302 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12)

5.303 not used.

5.304 additional divided: in the African Broadcasting area (see paragraph 5.10 to 5.13), 606-614 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the radio astronomy service.

5.305 additional divided: in China, 606-614 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the radio astronomy service.

5.306 additional Division: District 1 except the African Broadcasting area (see paragraph 5.10 to 5.13) and District 3, 608-614 MHz frequency band to secondary use conditions are also allocated to the radio astronomy service.

5.307 additional divided: in India, 608-614 to major MHz frequency band use conditions are also allocated to the radio astronomy service.

5.308 not used.

5.309 different types of business: in Costa Rica, and El Salvador and Honduras, 614-806 to major MHz frequency band allocated to the fixed service use conditions (see paragraphs 5.33), subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. 5.310 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.311 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.311A 620-790 MHz band, see also resolution No. 549 (WRC-07).

(WRC-07) 5.312 additional divided: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 645-862 MHz frequency bands in Bulgaria, 646-686 MHz, 726-758 MHz, 766-814 MHz and 822-862 MHz frequency bands in Romania, 830-862 MHz frequency bands in Poland, By December 31, 2012, in the 830-860 MHz band and 860-862 before December 31, 2017 MHz band allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service as the main business.

(WRC-12) 5.312A 1, mobile (except aeronautical mobile service) on the 694-790 MHz band shall comply with resolution No. 232 (WRC-12). See also resolution No. 224 (WRC-12, as amended).

(WRC-12) 5.313 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.313A in Bangladesh, China, Korea, and India, and Japan, and New Zealand, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and Singapore, 698-790 MHz band or part of their frequencies are determined by the aforementioned authorities for its deployment of international mobile telecommunications (IMT). This arrangement is without prejudice of the band is also divided into other business applications using the frequency bands in the band, nor in the priorities set out in the radio regulations. By 2015, China will not use the frequency bands deployment of IMT. (WRC-12)
5.313B different types of business: in Brazil, 698-806 MHz band allocated to mobile business as a secondary business (see paragraph 5.32).

(WRC-07) 5.314 additional divided: in Austria, and Italy, Moldova, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan and the United Kingdom, 790-862 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the land mobile service as a secondary business.

(WRC-12) 5.315 alternative divided: in Greece, 790-838 MHz band allocated to broadcasting services as a key business.

(WRC-12) 5.316 attached: the 790-830 MHz band in Germany, and Saudi Arabia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Côte d ' Ivoire, Croatia, and Denmark, and Egypt, and Finland, and Greece, and Israel, the Arab Libya Socialist People's State, Jordan, and Kenya, the former Yugoslavia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Liechtenstein, Mali, Monaco, Montenegro, Norway and the Netherlands, and Portugal and the United Kingdom, the Arab Syria, and of the Republic of Serbia, and Sweden and Switzerland, And 830-862 MHz bands in the above-mentioned countries and Spain, and France, Gabon and Malta, also gives as the main business of mobile (except aeronautical mobile). However, with countries covered by the footnote related to the band the mobile radio broadcast should not involve the band of countries other than the countries listed under the table of frequency allocations operation stations causing harmful interference to the operation of, or claim its protection. This Division until June 16, 2015 is valid.

(WRC-07) 5.316A additional Division: in Spain, and France, Gabon, Malta, 790-830 MHz frequency bands in Albania, Angola, Bahrain, Benin, Botswana, Burundi, Republic of the Congo, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Estonia, the Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Hungary, and Iraq, and Kuwait, Lesotho, Latvia, Lebanon, and Lithuania, and Luxembourg, Malawi, Morocco, Mauritania, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, and Oman, and Uganda, and Poland, and Qatar, and Slovakia, and, and Romania, and Rwanda, and Senegal, and Sudan, and South Sudan, and South Africa, and Swaziland, and Tanzania, and Chad, and Togo, and Yemen, and Zambia, and Zimbabwe and France in 1 district of overseas and territorial, 790-862 MHz band; and in Georgia, 806-862 MHz band also divided to as main business of mobile business (aviation mobile business except), Subject to the relevant authorities in accordance with paragraph 9.21 the GE06 Agreement and, where appropriate, the agreements reached, which may include, as appropriate, 5.312 departments referred to in footnote. See resolution No. 224 (WRC-12, as amended), and resolution No. 749 (WRC-12, as amended). This Division until June 16, 2015 is valid.

(WRC-12) 5.316B in zone 1, in the 790-862 MHz band to mobile as the main business (except for the aeronautical mobile service) the Division shall enter into force June 17, 2015, and shall be based on paragraph 9.21, and mentioned in subsection 5.312 countries reach agreement on aeronautical radio-navigation service. For the State party of the GE06 Agreement, mobile service stations should also depend on the use of the procedure provided for in the agreement is successfully implemented. Resolution No. 224 (WRC-12, as amended), and resolution No. 749 (WRC-12, as amended) shall apply as appropriate.

(WRC-12) 5.317 additional Division: District 2 (Brazil and United States), 806-890 MHz bands to divide primary basis to the mobile-satellite service, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

This kind of business in the territory of operation. 5.317A as major businesses to move operations District 2 698-960 MHz band in those parts of the zone 1 and zone 3 in the 790-960 MHz frequency bands determined by the desire to implement those parts of the international mobile telecommunications (IMT) used by the authorities. See resolution No. 224 (WRC-12, as amended), and resolution No. 749 (WRC-12, as amended). This does not preclude use of those frequencies in the band get the Division of business, nor on the priority set out in the radio regulations.

(WRC-12) 5.318 additional divided: in Canada and the United States and Mexico, 849-851 MHz and 894-896 MHz frequency band to the main conditions of use also to the aeronautical mobile service, used for public correspondence with aircraft.

Use 849-851 MHz frequency restricted to aviation radio emission, using 894-896 MHz frequency band is limited to aircraft radio transmitting. 5.319 additional divided: in Belarus, and Russia and Ukraine, 806-840 MHz frequency bands (surface-to-air) and 856-890 MHz bands (air-to-surface) also to the mobile-satellite service (except aeronautical mobile satellite (r)).

This business operates not in accordance with the table of frequency allocations using these operations in other countries of causing harmful interference or protection requests, and is subject to special agreement between the relevant authorities. 5.320 added divided: in area 3, 806-890 MHz and 942-960 MHz bands to divide primary basis to the mobile-satellite service (except aeronautical mobile satellite (r)), subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. This kind of business use is limited to operations in the country.

Seek agreement should follow the table of frequency allocations provide appropriate protection to ensure no harmful interference caused by these operations. 5.321 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.322 in zone 1, for the 862-960 MHz band, broadcasting services radio only not including Algeria, Burundi, Egypt, and Spain, Lesotho, Libya, and Morocco, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Zambia, the African Broadcasting area (see paragraph 5.10 to 5.13) run within an agreement subject to paragraph 9.21.

(WRC-12) 5.323 additional divided: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 862-960 MHz; in Bulgaria, 900-935.2MHz and 862-890.2 MHz frequency bands in Poland, before December 31, 2017, in the 862-876 MHz band, as well as in Romania, 862-880 MHz and 915-925 MHz band allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service as the main business. Such use shall reach agreement with the relevant authorities under paragraph 9.21, and limitations on October 27, 1997, had run a ground-based radio beacons, up to the end of its useful life.

(WRC-12)

5.324 not used.

5.325 different types of business: in the United States, 890-942 to major MHz frequency band allocated to radiolocation service use conditions (see paragraphs 5.33), subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. 5.325A different types of business: in Cuba, 902-915 to major MHz frequency band allocated to the land mobile service use conditions.

(WRC-2000)

5.326 different types of business: in Chile, 903-905 MHz frequency band to the main conditions of use allocated mobile (except aeronautical mobile), subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

5.327 different types of business: in Australia, 915-928 to major MHz frequency band allocated to radiolocation service use conditions (see paragraphs 5.33). 5.327A aeronautical mobile (r) business 960-1 164 MHz frequency bands used, systems that run only in accordance with accepted international standards. Such use shall be in accordance with resolution No. 417 (WRC-12, as amended) provisions.

(WRC-12) 5.328 960-1 215 MHz frequency band in the world reserved for aeronautical radio-navigation service in the airborne air navigation electronic equipment, as well as any directly related to the use and development of land based facilities.

(WRC-2000) 5.328A 1 164-1 215 MHz frequency bands of satellite radionavigation stations shall, in accordance with resolution No. 609 (WRC-07, revised edition) of the run. And shall neither seek 960-1 215 MHz-band aeronautical radionavigation station protection. Paragraph 5.43A does not apply, section 21.18 of the provisions apply.

(WRC-07) 5.328B wireless communications received after January 1, 2005 the complete coordination or notification of satellite radionavigation system and network information, use the 1 164-1 300 MHz, 1 559-1 610 MHz and 5 010-5 030 MHz frequency band, the radio regulations should be adopted 9.12, 9.13 and 9.12A the provisions of paragraph. Resolution No. 610 (WRC-03) also applies. However, satellite radionavigation (air-to-air) networks and systems, resolution No. 610 (WRC-03) shall be only used to launch a space station. In accordance with the provisions of the radio regulations, section 5.329A, for 1 215-1 300 MHz and 1 559-1 610 MHz frequency band for satellite radionavigation (air-to-air) systems and networks, 9.7, 9.12 of the radio regulations, 9.12A and 9.13 shall only apply to satellite radionavigation (air-to-air) other systems and networks.

(WRC-07) 5.329 1 215-1 the use of satellite radionavigation in the 300 MHz band shall comply with the following conditions, which may not cause harmful interference to radionavigation approved pursuant to paragraph 5.331 or protection requirements. In addition, satellite radionavigation 1 215-1 300 MHz band should also be subject to the following conditions of use and shall not cause harmful interference to radio location service. 5.43 in respect of relevant parts of the radiolocation service is no longer applicable, resolution No. 608 (WRC-03) apply.

(WRC-03) 5.329A in 1 215-1 300 MHz and 1 559-1 610 MHz frequency bands of satellite radio navigation (air-to-air) business system is not intended to provide security, business applications, and may not work in accordance with the table of frequency allocations for satellite radionavigation (air-to-surface) systems or other business to impose any additional restrictions.

(WRC-07) 5.330 additional divided: in Angola, and Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, and Bangladesh, and Cameroon, and China, and Djibouti, and Egypt, and United Arab Emirates, and Eritrea, and Ethiopia, and Guyana, and India, and Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic, and Iraq, and Israel, and Japan, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Nepal, and Oman, and Pakistan, and Philippines, and Qatar, and Arab Syria Republic, and Somalia, and Sudan, and South Sudan, and Chad, and Togo and Yemen, 1 215-1 300 MHz band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.331 attached: the in Algeria, and Germany, and Saudi Arabia, and Australia, and Austria, and Bahrain, and Belarus, and Belgium, Benin, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, China, Korea, and Croatia, and Denmark, and Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Estonia, the Russian Federation, Finland, and France, Ghana, Greece, Guinea, Equatorial Guinea, Hungary, and India, and Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Ireland , And Israel, and Jordan, and Kenya, and Kuwait, and Qian Yugoslavia, and Lesotho, and Latvia, and Lebanon, and Liechtenstein, and Lithuania, and Luxembourg, and Madagascar, and Mali, and Mauritania, and Montenegro, and Nigeria, and Norway, and Oman, and Pakistan, and Netherlands, and Poland, and Portugal, and Qatar, and Arab Syria Republic, and democratic people's Republic, and Slovakia, and United Kingdom, and Serbia, and Slovenia, and Somalia, and Sudan, and South Sudan, and Sri Lanka, and South Africa, and Sweden, and Switzerland, and Thailand, Togo, Turkey, and Venezuela and Viet Nam, 1 215-1 300 MHz band allocated to radio navigation as a key business operations. In Canada and the United States, and 1 240-1 300 MHz band allocated to radio navigation business and radionavigation use to be limited to aeronautical radio-navigation service.

(WRC-12) 5.332 1 215-1 260 MHz frequency bands, satellite Earth-exploration business and spaceborne active sensors in the space research service may not be the primary basis of the radiolocation operations, satellite radionavigation and cause harmful interference to other businesses. Do not ask the protection requirements, or restrict the operation or development of the business.

(WRC-2000) 5.333 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.334 additional divided: in Canada and the United States, and 1 350-1 370 to major MHz frequency band allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service use conditions.

(WRC-03) 5.335 in Canada and the United States, and 1 240-1 300 MHz-band satellite Earth observation business and spaceborne active sensors in the space research service shall not cause harmful interference to the aeronautical radionavigation service, and offers protection requirements, or restrict the operation or development of the business.

(WRC-97) 5.335A 1 260-1 300 MHz frequency bands, satellite Earth-exploration business and spaceborne active sensors in the space research service shall not be used for footnotes in the main conditions of radio location service and cause harmful interference to other business, seeking its protection, or restrict its operation and development.

(WRC-2000)

5.336 not used.

5.337 aeronautical radio-navigation service using 1 300-1 350 MHz, 2 700-2 900 MHz and 9 000-9 200 MHz bandwidth, limited to ground-based radar and airborne transponder, these interrogator radar operating in the same frequency bands only when fired can be used within these bands of frequency. 5.337A 1 300-1 350 MHz frequency band in the radionavigation satellite earth stations and radio location service stations do not cause harmful interference to aeronautical radio-navigation service, or restrict its operation and development.

(WRC-2000) 5.338 in Kyrgyzstan, and Slovakia and Turkmenistan, radionavigation facilities can continue to work in 1 350-1 400 MHz frequency band.

(WRC-12) 5.338A 1 350-1 400 MHz, 1 427-1 452 MHz, and 22.55-23.55 GHz, 30-31.3 GHz, 49.7-50.2 GHz, 50.4-50.9 GHz, and 51.4-52.6 GHz, 81-86 GHz and 92-94 GHz frequency, resolution No. 750 (WRC-12, as amended) applies.

(WRC-12)

5.339 1 370-1 400 MHz, 2 640-2 655 MHz, 4 950-4 990 MHz and 15.20-15.35 GHz frequency bands allocated to secondary use conditions space research (passive) service and satellite Earth observation (passive) business. 5.339A has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07)

5.340 prohibits all fired in the following bands:

1400-1427MHz,

Except as provided in paragraph 2690-2700MHz,5.422,

Except as provided in paragraph 10.68-10.7GHz,5.483,

Except as provided in paragraph 15.35-15.4GHz,5.511,

23.6-24GHz,

31.3-31.5GHz,

31.5-31.8GHz, 2,

48.94-49.04GHz, from airborne radio

50.2-50.4GHz *,

52.6-54.25GHz,

86-92GHz,

100-102GHz,

109.5-111.8GHz,

114.25-116GHz,

148.5-151.5GHz,

164-167GHz,

182-185GHz,

190-191.8GHz,

200-209GHz,

226-231.5GHz, 250-252GHz。

(WRC-03) * Satellite Earth observation at the 50.2-50.4GHz band (passive) service and space research (passive) business division of adjacent band with the main conditions of use shall not be divided business used to be undue restrictions.

(WRC-97)

5.341 in 1 400-1 727 MHz, 101-120 GHz and 197-220 GHz band, passive research projects ongoing in some countries in order to detect extraterrestrial intends to launch. 5.342 additional divided: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, the Russian Federation, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine, 1 429-1 535 MHz frequency bands, as well as in Bulgaria 1 525-1 535 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the aeronautical mobile service, dedicated to the aeronautical telemetry in the country. From April 1, 2007, using a 1 452-1 492 MHz band is subject to agreement between the competent authorities.

(WRC-12)

5.343 in zone 2, 1 435-1 535 MHz frequency band is used by aeronautical mobile service telemetry, take precedence over other uses of mobile services.

5.344 alternative divided: in the United States, and 1 452-1 525 MHz band allocated to mainly use conditions fixed and mobile services (see also paragraph 5.343).

5.345 satellite broadcasting services and broadcasting services using 1 452-1 492 MHz frequency band is limited to digital audio broadcasting, and to comply with resolution No. 528 (WARC-92) requirements.

5.346 not used. 5.347 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.347A** has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.348 mobile-satellite service shall be coordinated in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 9.11A before use 1 518-1 525 MHz frequency band. 1 518-1 525 MHz bands, radio mobile-satellite service shall not be of the fixed service requests for protection from radio. Paragraph 5.43A does not apply.

(WRC-03) 5.348A in 1 518-1 525 MHz band within, according to 9.11A paragraph provides of satellite mobile (empty on to) business station in Earth surface of power pass volume density grade, on in Japan territory range within operation of dedicated mobile radio or and public Exchange telecommunications network (PSTN) with using of land mobile business, its power pass volume density coordination threshold value in all arrived angle of any of 4 kHz band within for -150 dB (W/m2), Rather than shown in Appendix 5, table 5-2 of the given value. Japan territory, 1 518-1 525 MHz for mobile satellite services in the band radio may not protect against mobile radio requirements. Paragraph 5.43A does not apply.

(WRC-03) 5.348B 1 518-1 525 MHz frequency band, mobile-satellite service shall not be in the United States (see 5.343 and 5.344) and within the national territory of 5.342 aviation remote sensing computer protection requirements for mobile services. Paragraph 5.43A does not apply.

(WRC-03) 5.348C has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.349 different business type: in Saudi Arabia, and Azerbaijan, and Bahrain, and Cameroon, and Egypt, and France, and Iran (Islamic Republic), and Iraq, and Israel, and Kazakhstan, and Kuwait, and Qian Yugoslavia, and Lebanon, and Morocco, and Qatar, and Arab Syria Republic, and Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan and Yemen, 1 525-1 530 MHz band divided to as main business of mobile business (except aviation mobile yiwai) (see 5.33 paragraph).

(WRC-07) 5.350 added divided: in Azerbaijan, and Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan, 1 525-1 530 MHz frequency band to the main conditions of use also to the aeronautical mobile service.

(WRC-2000) 5.351 1 525-1 544 MHz and 1 545-1 559 MHz and 1 626.5-1 645.5 MHz and 1 646.5-1 660.5 MHz frequency band shall not be used for any service feeder links.

However, in exceptional cases, the competent authorities may authorize in the mobile-satellite service earth station at a specified location, through the use of these bands to communicate with the space station. 5.351A 1 518-1 544 MHz and 1 545-1 559 MHz and 1 610-1 626.5 MHz and 1 626.5-1 645.5 MHz, 1 646.5-1 660.5 MHz, 1 668-1 675MHz, 1 980-2 010 MHz and 2 170-2 200 MHz, 2 483.5-2 500 MHz, 2 500-2 520 MHz and 2 670-2 690 MHz frequency bands used in the mobile satellite business, see also resolution No. 212 (Rev.WRC-07, as amended), and resolution No. 225 (WRC-07, as amended).

(WRC-07) 5.352 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.352A 1 525-1 530 MHz frequency bands, in addition to satellite maritime mobile service stations of the mobile-satellite service radio stations not on France 3 and France overseas territories, Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Egypt, Guinea, India, and Israel, and Italy, and Jordan, and Kuwait, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, the Arab Syria Republic, Tanzania, Viet Nam and Yemen before April 1, 1998 notice of the fixed service stations cause harmful interference to, nor require its protection.

(WRC-12) 5.353 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.353A 1 530-1 544 MHz and 1 626.5-1 645.5 MHz-band mobile satellite services in the implementation of paragraph 9.11 program, should give priority to the global maritime distress and safety system (GMDSS) spectrum of distress, emergency and safety communication needs. Satellite maritime mobile distress, emergency and secure communications to be other than they are in the same network satellite mobile communications have priority access and immediate use of power. Mobile satellite system must not be on the global maritime distress and safety system (GMDSS) in distress, emergency and safety communications to cause harmful interference, or require its protection. Priority should be given to other mobile-satellite service and security-related communications priorities.

(Invoke resolution No. 222 (WRC-2000) (WRC-2000)

5.354 coordinating the mobile-satellite service in accordance with section 9.11A before use 1 525-1 559 MHz and 1 626.5-1 660.5 MHz frequency band. 5.355 additional Division: Bahrain, Bangladesh, the Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Iraq, and Israel, and Kuwait, and Qatar, Arab Syria, Somalia, the Republic of the Sudan, South Sudan, Chad, Togo and Yemen, 1 540-1 559 MHz and 1 610-1 645.5 MHz and 1 646.5-1 660 MHz band allocated to fixed business as a secondary business.

(WRC-12)

5.356 mobile satellite (air-to-surface) business using 1 544-1 545 MHz frequency bands, apply to distress and safety communications (31st).

5.357 in the aeronautical mobile (r) service, when used with a satellite link to aircraft to extend or supplement, 1 also allowed air traffic radio 545-1 555 MHz band directly to an aircraft station sends or between an aircraft station sends. 1, 5.357A 545-1 555 MHz and 1 646.5-1 656.5 MHz band for mobile satellite services in section II of article 9th program to first provide the 44th 1th to 6th priority message transmission in the aeronautical mobile satellite (r) service (AMS (r) s) spectrum requirements. Satellites with 44th 1th to 6th priority aeronautical mobile (r) business than all other operations within the same network satellite mobile communications have priority access and immediate right of use, if necessary, channel reservation. Mobile satellite systems may not have the 44th 1th to 6th priority aeronautical mobile satellite (r) business have unacceptable interference, or require its protection. To be taken into account in the mobile-satellite service and other security-related communications priorities. (To apply resolution No. 222 (WRC-12) requirements.

)(WRC-12) 5.358 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.359 additional divided: in Germany, and Saudi Arabia, and Armenia, and Austria, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, Benin, Cameroon, the Russian Federation, France, and Georgia, and Greece, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Jordan, and Kazakhstan, and Kuwait, and Lithuania, Mauritania, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Poland, Arab Syria Republic, Kyrgyzstan, and of Korea, Romania, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Tunisia, and Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 1 550-1 559 MHz and 1 610-1 645.5 MHz and 1 646.5-1 660 MHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service. Urges the competent authorities to make all practical efforts to avoid fixed service in the bands above enable the new radio station.

(WRC-12) 5.360 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.361 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.362 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.362A in the United States, 1 555-1 and 1 559 MHz 656.5-1 660.5 MHz frequency bands, satellite aeronautical mobile (r) business when necessary, other than they are in the same network of satellite mobile communications have priority access and immediate use right channel should be set aside if necessary. Mobile satellite system shall not be to the aeronautical mobile satellite (r) transmission business communications priority 1 to 6 in the 44th to cause harmful interference, or require its protection. Priority should be given to other priority of safety-related communication in the mobile-satellite service.

(WRC-97) 5.362B additional Division: January 1, 2010, in Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, Cameroon, Jordan, Mali, Mauritania, the Arab Syria and the Republic of Tunisia, 1 559-1 610 MHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service. After that date, the fixed service can continue to run as a secondary business until January 1, 2015, at which time the Division will no longer be valid. Prior to January 1, 2015, in Algeria, and Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, Benin, the Russian Federation, Gabon, Georgia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kazakhstan, and Lithuania, Nigeria, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Poland, and Kyrgyzstan, and of Korea, Romania, Senegal, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 1 559-1 610 MHz band allocated to fixed business as a secondary business. After that date, the Division will no longer be valid. Urges the competent authorities to take all practicable measures for the protection of satellite radionavigation and aeronautical radionavigation service, and no licensing of new fixed service systems in the band frequency assignment.

(WRC-12) 5.362C additional Division: in the Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Iraq, and Israel, and Jordan, and Qatar, Arab Syria, Somalia, the Republic of Sudan, South Sudan, Chad, Togo and Yemen, 1 559-1 610 MHz band allocated to fixed business as a secondary business, until January 1, 2015, at which time the Division will no longer be valid. Requires competent authorities to take all possible measures for the protection of satellite radionavigation, and no licensing of new fixed service systems in the band frequency assignment.

(WRC-12) 5.363 has been repealed. (SUP-WRC-07)
5.364 mobile satellite (surface-to-air) business and satellite radio-determination (surface-to-air) operations shall be coordinated in accordance with 9.11A before use 1 610-1 626.5 MHz frequency band. Unless otherwise agreed with the competent authorities of the affected, two businesses in this frequency band using mobile earth stations, in accordance with paragraph 5.366 (4.1) parts of the frequency band used by the operating system produced by the peak equivalent isotropically radiated power density shall not exceed -15 dB (W/4 kHz). These systems are not part of the band, mobile earth stations the average equivalent isotropically radiated power density shall not exceed -3 dB (W/4 kHz). Satellite mobile radio to the aeronautical radionavigation service station, in accordance with paragraph 5.366 operations radio and follow 5.359 fixed service stations may not apply for protection requirements.

The authorities responsible for mobile satellite network coordinating all practicable efforts should be undertaken to ensure that protection of radio operations in accordance with 5.366.

5.365 mobile satellite (air-to-surface) operations shall be coordinated in accordance with 9.11A before use 1 613.8-1 626.5 MHz frequency band.

5.366 1 610-1 626.5 MHz frequency band reserved for the global use of airborne air navigation electronic equipment and any directly related to this ground-based equipment, use and development of space-borne equipment, but this satellite use will be subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. 5.367 an additional Division: 1 610-1 626.5 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the aeronautical mobile satellite (r) service, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

(WRC-12)

5.368 determination on satellite radio services and the mobile satellite service, 4.1 does not apply to the provisions of paragraph 1 610-1 626.5 MHz frequency bands, and satellite except aeronautical radio-navigation service. 5.369 different business categories: Angola, Australia, China, Eritrea, Ethiopia, and India, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Israel, and Lebanon, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Arab Syria Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Sudan, South Sudan, Togo and Zambia, 1 610-1 626.5 MHz band allocated to satellite radio measurement as a key business operations (surface-to-air) (see paragraphs 5.33), subject to paragraph 9.21, reached an agreement with countries that are not listed in this paragraph.

(WRC-12)

5.370 different types of business: in Venezuela, 1 610-1 626.5 MHz band allocated to satellite radio to secondary use conditions determination (surface-to-air) business. 5.371 additional Division: District 1, 1 610-1 626.5 MHz (surface-to-air) band is allocated as a secondary business determination of the satellite radio business, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

(WRC-12)

5.372 determination satellite radio business and satellite mobile radio business is allowed to use 1 610.6-1 613.8 MHz frequency band for radio astronomy service stations causing harmful interference (invoking paragraph 29.13).

5.373 not used. 5.373A has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) In 1 613.5-1 634.5 5.374 MHz and 1 656.5-1 660 MHz band mobile satellite business mobile earth station shall not be to 5.359 States operating under the fixed service stations causing harmful interference.

(WRC-97)

5.375 1 645.5-1 646.5 MHz-band mobile satellite (surface-to-air) business use as well as for satellite link is limited to distress and safety communications (31st).

5.376 in the aeronautical mobile (r) service, when used in extension and supplement of the aircraft to satellite links, 1 646.5-1 656.5 MHz band also allows aircraft directly to the air station sends or sent between an aircraft station. 5.376A in 1 660.0-1 660.5 MHz band operation of mobile earth stations shall not cause harmful interference to the radio astronomy service stations.

(WRC-97) 5.377 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-03)

5.378 not used.

5.379 additional divided: in Bangladesh, India, and Indonesia, Nigeria and Pakistan, 1 660.5-1 668.4 MHz frequency band to secondary conditions of use also to meteorological AIDS service.

5.379A urged the authorities to 1 660.5-1 668.4 MHz frequency band in the future given all practicable protection of radio astronomy, especially the Elimination of 1 664.4-1 of 668.4 MHz frequency band in the meteorological AIDS service air to launch. 5.379B mobile-satellite service using 1 668-1 675 MHz frequency band shall be coordinated in accordance with 9.11A. 1 668-1 668.4 MHz frequency, resolution No. 904 (WRC-07) shall apply.

(WRC-07) 5.379C in 1 668-1 670 MHz band within to protection radio astronomical business, this band within work of satellite mobile business network in the of mobile earth station by produced of total power pass volume density, in any registration in frequency registration total table in the of Radio Observatory, in concentrated cycle for 2 000 seconds of over 2% of time in, in 10 MHz of band within cannot over -181 dB (W/m2) and in 20 kHz band within cannot over -194 dB (W/m2).

(WRC-03) 5.379D for the mobile-satellite service and the fixed service and mobile sharing 1 668.4-1 675 MHz band, resolution No. 744 (WRC-07, as amended) shall apply.

(WRC-07) 5.379E 1 668.4-1 675 MHz band, in China, Iran, and Japan and Uzbekistan, satellite mobile radio stations shall not cause harmful interference to meteorological AIDS service stations. Urged the authorities not to 1 668.4-1 675 MHz frequency band within the implementation of the new system of meteorological AIDS service, and encourage authorities to move the meteorological AIDS service operations to other frequency bands.

(WRC-03) 5.380 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.380A 1 670-1 675 MHz frequency band, satellite mobile radio may not notice before January 1, 2004 of the existing Meteorological-satellite service earth stations causing harmful interference or to limit their development. Of these Earth stations in the band any new assignments must also be protected, making it from the interference of mobile-satellite service radio.

(WRC-07) 5.381 additional Division: Afghanistan, Cuba, India, and Iran and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1 690-1 700 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile except aeronautical mobile service business.

(WRC-12) 5.382 different types of business: in Saudi Arabia, and Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Bahrain, and Belarus, Republic of Congo, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Eritrea, Guinea, the Russian Federation, Ethiopia, Iraq, and Israel, and Jordan, and Kazakhstan, and Kuwait, the former Yugoslavia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Lebanon, Mauritania, Moldova, Mongolia, and Oman, and Uzbekistan, and Poland, and Qatar, Arab Syria Republic, Kyrgyzstan, Somalia, Tajikistan, and Tanzania, and Turkmenistan, and Ukraine and Yemen, 1 690-1 700 MHz band also divided to as main business of fixed business and except aviation mobile business yiwai of mobile business (see subsection 5.33 paragraph); in democratic people's Republic, 1 690-1 700 MHz band divided to as main business of fixed business (see subsection 5.33 paragraph), and divided to as secondary business of except aviation mobile business yiwai of mobile business.

(WRC-12)

5.383 not used. 5.384 additional divided: in India, and Indonesia and Japan, 1 700-1 710 MHz band to the main conditions of use also to the space research (air-to-surface) business.

(WRC-97) 5.384A resolution No. 223 (WRC-07, revised edition), 1 710-1 885 MHz,2 300-2 2 500-2 690 MHz and 400 MHz band or part of the band was determined to want to deploy international mobile telecommunications (IMT) used by the authorities. Such a determination does not interfere in these bands get the Division business using those frequencies, nor on the priority set out in the radio regulations.

(WRC-07) 5.385 additional classification: 1 718.8-1 722.2 MHz frequency band to secondary conditions of use also for spectral line observations of the radio astronomy service.

(WRC-2000) 5.386 additional partition: 2, Australia, Guam, India, and Indonesia and Japan, 1 750-1 850 MHz frequency band to the main conditions of use also to the space operation (air) operation and space research (air) service, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21, especially tropospheric scatter system.

(WRC-03) 5.387 an additional Division: in Belarus, and Georgia, and Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan, and Romania, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, 1 770-1 790 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the Meteorological-satellite service, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

(WRC-12) 5.388 1 885-2 025 MHz and 2 110-2 200 MHz band to from all over the world want to implement international mobile telecommunications (IMT) used by the authorities. Such use shall not be excluded in these bands has been divided in the business's use of those frequencies. In accordance with resolution No. 212 (WRC-07, as amended) provided these bands for IMT. (See also resolution No. 223 (WRC-07, as amended)).

(WRC-12) Pursuant to resolution No. 221 5.388A (WRC-07, as amended), zone 1 and zone 3 and 2 districts of 1885-1980MHz,2010-2025MHz and 2110-2170MHz bands 1885-1980MHz and 2110-2160MHz band as international mobile communication base stations (IMT) high altitude platform used. High altitude platform as a base station for IMT applications the use of these bands is without prejudice in any business radio spectrum has been divided in the use of these bands may also establish priority in the radio regulations.

(WRC-12) 5.388B in Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, China, Comoros, Côte d ' Ivoire, Cuba, Djibouti, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, India, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Israel, and Jordan, and Kenya, and Kuwait, and Libya, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Nigeria, Oman, Uganda, Pakistan, Qatar, the Arab Syria, and of the Republic of Senegal, Singapore, and Sudan, and South Sudan, and Tanzania, and Chad, and Togo, and Tunisia, and Yemen, and Zambia and Zimbabwe, for protection its territory within of fixed and mobile business (including IMT-2000 mobile radio) from by with channel interference, its neighbours in subsection 5.388A paragraph by said band within as IMT-2000 base station using of high platform radio (HAPS), in national border yiwai of surface produced of with channel power pass volume density (PFD) shall not over -127 dB (W/(M2 · MHz)), unless you notice HAPS is affected when the explicit consent of the competent authorities.

(WRC-12)

5.389 not used. 5.389A mobile-satellite service using 1 980-2 010 MHz and 2 170-2 200 MHz frequency band shall be conducted in accordance with section 9.11A of the coordination and in compliance with resolution No. 716 (WRC-2000, as amended) provisions.

(WRC-07)

5.389B mobile-satellite service using 1 980-1 990 MHz frequency band, for Argentina, and Brazil, and Canada, and Chile, and Ecuador and the United States, and Honduras, and Jamaica, and Mexico, and Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, and Uruguay and Venezuela the fixed and mobile services shall not cause harmful interference or to limit their development. 5.389C mobile satellite businesses in zone 2 use 2 010-2 025 MHz and 2 160-2 170 MHz frequency band, and shall be coordinated in accordance with paragraph 9.11A and in compliance with resolution No. 716 (WRC-2000, as amended) provisions.

(WRC-07) 5.389D has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-03)

5.389E mobile satellite business 2 010-2 using 2 025 MHz and 2 160-2 170 MHz band is allowed to zone 1 and 3 the fixed and mobile services to cause harmful interference or restrictions on their development. 5.389F in Algeria, Benin, Cape Verde, Egypt, and Iran, Mali, Syria and Tunisia, before January 1, 2005, satellite mobile services using 1 980-2 010 MHz and 2 170-2 200 MHz frequency band shall not be fixed and mobile services to cause harmful interference, without harming the business development, former business protection business shall not be required to get the latter.

(WRC-2000) 5.390 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.391 2 025-2 110 MHz and 2 200-2 290 MHz frequency band for mobile services are assigned, the competent authorities shall not introduce high density described in recommendations ITU-r SA.1154 system for mobile communications, and bring in other types of mobile communications systems in time to consider this proposal.

(WRC-97)

5.392 urged competent sector take all effective measures, guarantee 2 025-2 110 MHz and 2 200-2 290 MHz band within of space research business, and space operation business and satellite earth detection business in the of two or two a above non-on to still satellite Zhijian of air-to-air launches not these band these business in the of on to still and non-on to still satellite Zhijian of surface-to-air, and empty on to and other air-to-air launches imposed any limit conditions. 5.392A has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.393 additional divided: in Canada and the United States, and India and Mexico, 2 310-2 360 MHz frequency band to the main conditions of use also to satellite broadcasting (sound) service and complementary terrestrial sound broadcasting service. Such use is limited to digital audio broadcasting and to comply with resolution No. 528 (WRC-03, as amended) provisions. 3 on 25 MHz or more but make the decision except for the satellite broadcasting system limits.

(WRC-07) 5.394 in the United States, air mobile operations when using 2 300-2 390 MHz frequency band for telemetry, should take precedence over other uses of mobile services. In Canada, air mobile operations when using 2 360-2 400 MHz band for telemetry, should take precedence over other uses of mobile services.

(WRC-07) 5.395 in France and Turkey, air mobile operations when using 2 310-2 360 MHz frequency band for telemetry, should take precedence over other uses of mobile services.

(WRC-03) 5.396 2 operates according to 5.393 310-2 360 MHz satellite broadcast service space stations, which may affect the business of other countries in a band classification, in accordance with resolution 33rd (Rev.WRC-97) coordination and notification.

Add ground radio must be in before the opening of bilateral coordination with neighbouring countries. 5.397 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12)

5.398 2 483.5-2 500 MHz frequency band in the determination of the satellite radio business, the provisions of clause 4.1 does not apply. 5.398A different types of business: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, and the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Ukraine, 2 483.5-2 500 MHz band allocated to radiolocation service as the main business. Radiolocation stations in these countries may not be in accordance with the radio regulations, 2 483.5-2 500 MHz band operation of fixed, mobile and satellite mobile service stations causing harmful interference to, or request its protection.

(WRC-12) 5.399 besides and in the circumstances under subsection 5.401, Radiocommunication Bureau notice information received after the February 17, 2012 at 2 483.5-2 500 MHz operating frequency, and its area of operations, including Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Ukraine satellite radio measurement service station, Shall not under paragraph 5.398A of the national operations of radio location service stations causing harmful interference, shall not be required to protect them.

(WRC-12) 5.400 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12) 5.401 in Angola, Australia, Bangladesh, Burundi, China, Eritrea, Ethiopia, India, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Lebanon, and Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Mali, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Arab Syria Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Sudan, Swaziland, Togo and Zambia, 2 483.5-2 500 MHz band before WRC-12 as the main business has been allocated to satellite radio measurement service (RDSS), but should be based on paragraph 9.21, countries that are not listed in accordance with this agreement. February 18, 2012 BR RDSS system has received its complete coordination data will retain its rule in the received coordinate data status.

(WRC-12) 5.402 mobile-satellite service and satellite radio measurement service coordination before use in accordance with 9.11A 2 483.5-2 500 MHz frequency band.

Urges the competent authorities to take all practical measures to prevent the launching of 2 483.5-2 500 MHz band cause harmful interference to the radio astronomy service, especially might fall into the allocated to radio astronomy operations worldwide 4 990-5 000 MHz band second-harmonic radiation-induced disturbance. 5.403 in the case of an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21, 2 520-2 535 MHz is also used for satellite outside of the aeronautical mobile satellite (air-to-surface) business, limited to operations in the country, provisions of subsection 9.11A applies.

(WRC-07)

5.404 additional Division: 2 500-2 516.5 MHz frequency bands in India and Iran can also be used for determination of satellite radio (air-to-surface) business, just within the border operation, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. 5.405 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12)

5.406 not used.

5.407 2500-2520MHz band, unless the competent authorities agree, mobile satellite (air-to-surface) operating space stations in power flux density of the Earth's surface in Argentina should not exceed -152dB (W/(M2 · 4kHz)). 5.408 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-2000) 5.409 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.410 2 500-2 690 MHz-band troposcatter system can be used in zone 1, subject to paragraph 9.21, reach an agreement. Paragraph 9.21, does not apply to full 1 tropospheric scatter links outside the area. Departments must make every practical effort to avoid new troposcatter system within this band. When this band plan new tropospheric scatter radio-relay link, all possible measures shall be taken to avoid the link antenna geostationary orbit satellites.

(WRC-12) 5.411 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.412 alternative divided: in Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan, 2 500-2 690 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-12)

5.413 urged the authorities to design 2 500-2 690 MHz-band satellite broadcasting system, to take all necessary measures to protect radio astronomy at the 2 690-2 700 MHz band business. 5.414 allocated to mobile satellite (air-to-surface) Business 2 500-2 520 MHz frequency band shall be coordinated in accordance with 9.11A.

(WRC-07) 5.414A in Japan and India, mobile satellite services (air-to-surface) satellite network to 2 under subsection 5.403 500-2 520 MHz and 2 520-2 535 MHz band used only in operation in the country, and paragraph 9.11A shall be applied.

PFD value of the following is required for coordinated under subsection 9.11A, the threshold, coordination involves informed the authorities of the mobile-satellite service networks within the territorial area of around 1 000 km all the conditions and all modulation method:

-136 dB (W/(M2 · MHz)) for 0 ° ≤ q ≤ 5 °

-136 + 0.55 (q-5) dB (W/(M2 · MHz)) for the 5 ° < q ≤ 25 °

-125 dB (W/(M2 · MHz)) for the 25 ° < q ≤ 90 ° Among them, q wave reaches over a horizontal plane angle (degrees). Outside this area, to be applied in table 21-4 of the 21st. In addition, the radio regulations (2004 edition) Appendix 5 to annex 1, table of 5-2 coordination threshold associated with paragraph 9.11A of the 9th and the relevant clause in article 11 shall apply to radio communication has been received prior to November 14, 2007 full notification data and enable the system before that date.

(WRC-07) 5.415 fixed in District 2 for 2 500-2 690 MHz at 3 for 2 500-2 535 MHz and 2 655-2 690 MHz frequency bands used just within national and regional systems, and shall reach agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21, paying special attention to area 1 satellite broadcasting business.

(WRC-07) 5.415A additional Division: in India and Japan, in accordance with the agreement under the conditions of paragraph 9.21, 2 515-2 535 MHz band is also used for aeronautical mobile satellite (air-to-surface) business, only in use in the country.

(WRC-2000) 5.416 satellite broadcast service to the 2 520-2 670 MHz frequency band using domestic and community reception systems in the region and reached an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. The competent departments to carry out bilateral and multilateral negotiations, provisions of paragraph 9.19 should this band be.

(WRC-07) 5.417 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-2000) 5.417A in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 5.418, in Korea and Japan, 3rd decision in resolution No. 528 (Rev.WRC-03) eased up on satellite radio service (sound) and complementary terrestrial broadcasting service provision allow its 2 605-2 630 MHz frequency band to the main conditions of use the attach operation. But the use is limited to national coverage of the system. And in the provisions of this paragraph, the competent authorities of the States shall not at the same time there are two overlapping frequency assignment, follow the provisions of this paragraph, another follow provisions of paragraph 5.416. 5.416 and 21st in table 21-4 of the provision no longer applies. 2 605-2 630 MHz frequency band, satellite broadcasting services (voice) use of non-geostationary satellite systems should follow the resolution No. 539 (Rev.WRC-03) requirements.

On July 4, 2003, after receiving the complete Appendix 4 coordination or notification of information operations in 2 605-2 630 MHz frequency bands, satellite broadcasting services (voice) geostationary satellites, space stations, under any conditions and modulation, the power flux density should not exceed the following limits:

-130 dB (W/(M2 · MHz)) when 0 ° ≤ q ≤ 5 °

-130 + 0.4 (q-5) dB (W/(M2 · MHz)) with 5 ° < q ≤ 25 °

-122 dB (W/(M2 · MHz)) when 25 ° < q ≤ 90 ° Where q is the angle of arrival of wave in the horizontal plane, expressed in degrees. In any country without the consent of the authorities, in whose territory these limit values may be exceeded. As above these qualified value of a exception, in Korea of satellite broadcast business (voice) network in the, in its competent sector notification of satellite broadcast business (BSS) (voice) system around 1 000 km of ground regional within, in arrived angle over 35 ° Shi, -122 dB (W/(M2 • MHz)) of power pass volume density value should was as according to 9.11 paragraph coordination of threshold.

(WRC-03) 5.417B in Korea and Japan, on July 4, 2003, after receiving the complete Appendix 4 coordination or notification information for satellite broadcasting services in accordance with 5.417A (sound) of non-geostationary satellite systems, using 2 605-2 630 MHz frequency band to be invoked on July 4, 2003, and has received complete Appendix 4 coordination or notification of information set forth in 9.12A of geostationary satellite networks. 22.2 does not apply. However, for the July 5, 2003 have been received complete Appendix 4 coordination of geostationary satellite networks or notification information, 22.2 shall continue to apply.

(WRC-03) 5.417C on July 4, 2003 and has received complete Appendix 4 coordination or notification information, used for satellite broadcasting services in accordance with 5.417A (sound) of non-geostationary satellite systems, using 2 605-2 630 MHz band should follow paragraph 9.12 (WRC-03) requirements.

(WRC-03) 5.417D on July 4, 2003 and has received complete Appendix 4 coordination of geostationary satellite networks or notification information, and used for satellite broadcasting services in accordance with 5.417A (phonetic) of non-geostationary satellite systems, using 2 605-2 630 MHz frequency band to be invoking the provisions of paragraph 9.13, 22.2 does not apply.

(WRC-03) Divided 5.418 added: in Korea, and India, and Japan and Thailand, 2 535-2 655 MHz band is also allocated to the main business of satellite broadcasting service (sound) and complementary terrestrial broadcasting service. Such use is limited to digital audio broadcasting and to comply with resolution No. 528 (WRC-03, as amended) provisions. Paragraph 5.416 table 21-4 and 21st provisions do not apply to the additional Division. Satellite broadcast services (voice) the use of non-geostationary orbit satellite systems to comply with resolution No. 539 (WRC-03, as amended). Received after June 1, 2005 Annex 4 complete coordination of geostationary satellite broadcasting service (voice) system is only used for domestic systems.

Received after June 1, 2005 Appendix 4 complete coordination data, run the 2 630-2 655 MHz band geostationary satellite broadcast service (voice) space station launch the power flux-density at the Earth's surface when under any conditions, the use of any method shall not exceed the following limits:

-130 dB (W/(M2 · MHz)) for 0 ° £ q £ 5 °

-130 + 0.4 (q-5) dB (W/(M2 · MHz)) for the 5 ° < q £ 25 °

-122 dB (W/(M2 · MHz)) for the 25 ° < q £ 90 ° Where q is the incident angle of arrival over a horizontal plane (degrees). Those authorities had agreed to allow national territory beyond this limit can exceed these limits.

As an exception to these limits, when notifying the satellite broadcasting service (voice) system of the State in which the competent authorities within the territorial area of around 1 500 km, -122 dB (W/(M2 · MHz)) be coordinated in accordance with paragraph 9.11 PFD value threshold. In addition, this section lists the competent departments shall not at the same time there are two overlapping frequency assignment, one is assigned under this subsection and the other under paragraph 5.416, received after June 1, 2005 Appendix 4 complete and coordinated information system assignments. (WRC-12)
5.418A in subsection 5.418 paragraph by column some 3 district national, on June 2, 2000 zhihou received Appendix 4 full coordination information or notification information of satellite broadcast business (voice) non-on to still track satellite system using 2 630-2 655 MHz band Shi, and on on June 2, 2000 zhihou received Appendix 4 full coordination information or notification information of on to still track satellite network coordination Shi, must application subsection 9.12A paragraph of provides, and subsection 22.2 paragraph not applies. Article 22.2 is still applicable received before June 3, 2000 Appendix 4 complete coordination information or inform the data networks of satellites in geostationary orbit.

(WRC-03) 5.418B on June 2, 2000, after receiving a complete Appendix 4 coordination or notification information, used for satellite broadcasting services in accordance with 5.418 (voice) of non-geostationary satellite systems, using 2 630-2 655 MHz band, invoking the provisions of paragraph 9.12.

(WRC-03) 5.418C received after June 2, 2000 Appendix 4 complete coordination of information or inform the data of geostationary orbit satellite networks using 2 630-2 655 MHz frequency band, and used for satellite broadcasting services in accordance with 5.418 (sound) when non-geostationary orbit satellite systems, the provisions of paragraph 9.13 shall be applied, and subsection 22.2 does not apply.

(WRC-03) 5.419 authorities 2 670-2 690 MHz frequency band using the mobile satellite system, shall take all necessary measures to protect prior to March 3, 1992 has begun satellite systems operating in this band. This frequency coordination of mobile satellite systems shall be conducted in accordance with section 9.11A.

(WRC-07) 5.420 2 655-2 670 MHz band can be used for mobile-satellite service, except aeronautical mobile satellite service (air), but limited to the border area for operation, and shall, in accordance with paragraph 9.21, reach an agreement. Subsection 9.11A applied in a coordinated manner.

(WRC-07) 5.420A has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.421 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-03) Divided 5.422 added: in Saudi Arabia, and Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Bahrain, and Belarus, and Brunei Darussalam, the Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Cuba, Djibouti, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Georgia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Iran, Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Israel, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and maolitaliya, and Mongolia, Montenegro, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, and Arab Syria, and of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan, Republic of Congo, Romania, Somalia, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Yemen, 2 690-2 700 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile except aeronautical mobile service business. Such use is limited to devices that run before January 1, 1985.

(WRC-12)

5.423 in 2 700-2 in the 900 MHz band, used in meteorological radars and aeronautical radionavigation stations in order to operate the same conditions.

Divided 5.424 added: in Canada, 2 850-2 900 MHz frequency band for radio navigation on the main conditions of use also the water supply business, for use by shore-based radar. 5.424A 2 900-3 100 MHz frequency band, radio location service stations shall not cause harmful interference to radionavigation radar system, or protection requirements.

(WRC-03)

5.425-2 900-3 100 MHz frequency band, asked on board transponder system (SIT) should be limited to 2 930-2 950 MHz band.

5.426 aeronautical radio-navigation service using 2 900-3 100 MHz frequency band is limited to land-based radar.

5.427-2 900-3 9 300-9 500 MHz and 100 MHz frequency band, the answer cannot have the same radar transponder beacon (RACONS) confused response, but it should be noted that paragraph 4.9 of the rules shall be placed on the ship radar or radio navigation business aviation radar interference. 5.428 added divided: in Azerbaijan, and Mongolia, and Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan, 3 100-3 300 MHz band allocated to radio navigation as a key business operations.

(WRC-12) Divided 5.429 added: in Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Cameroon, China, Congo, Korea, Ivory Coast, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, India, and Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Israel, and Japan, and Jordan, and Kenya, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Libya, and Malaysia, and Oman, Uganda, Pakistan, Qatar, the Arab Syria Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Of Korea and Yemen, 3 300-3 400 MHz band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile services. Eastern Mediterranean coastal States shall not require the radio location service for its fixed and mobile services to provide protection.

(WRC-12) 5.430 additional divided: in Azerbaijan, and Mongolia, and Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan, 3 300-3 400 MHz band allocated to radio navigation as a key business operations.

(WRC-12) 5.430A different types of business: in Albania, and Algeria, and Germany, Andorra, Saudi Arabia, and Austria, and Azerbaijan, and Bahrain, and Belgium, Benin, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cyprus, the Vatican City State, the Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Croatia, and Denmark, and Egypt, and Spain, and Estonia, and Finland, and France and France in zone 1 overseas departments and territories, Gabon, Georgia, and Greece, Guinea, Hungary, and Ireland, and Iceland, and Israel, and Italy, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Lesotho, and Latvia, and Qian Yugoslavia, and Liechtenstein, and Lithuania, and Malawi, and Mali, and Malta, and Morocco, and Mauritania, and Moldova, and Monaco, and Mongolia, and Montenegro, and Mozambique, and Namibia, and Niger, and Norway, and Oman, and Netherlands, and Poland, and Portugal, and Qatar, and Arab Syria Republic, and Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Slovakia, and, and Romania, and United Kingdom, and San Marino, Senegal, Serbia, Sierra Leone, Slovenia, and South Africa, and Sweden, and Switzerland, Swaziland, Chad, Togo, Tunisia, and Turkey, and Ukraine, Zambia and Zimbabwe, 3 400-3 600 MHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile, but will also reach agreement with the other competent authorities under paragraph 9.21, and is determined for international mobile telecommunications (IMT). This determination without prejudice to where the band Division of business use of the band, and have no priority in the radio regulations. Coordination phase, paragraphs 9.17 and 9.18, the provisions will apply. Competent authorities enabled the band mobile radio (or radio base stations), should make sure that the territorial border with any other authorities 3 meters above the ground of the premises power flux density (PFD) does not exceed -154.5 in 20% more time dB (W/(m2x4 kHz)). Agreed by the relevant national authorities, the limits can be exceeded on their territories. For guarantee in any other competent sector of territory border at can meet the PFD limited value, about of calculation and validation must in consider to all related information and in has get both competent sector (is responsible for ground radio of competent sector and is responsible for Earth station of competent sector) agreed of situation Xia for, as requests radio communications Council of help, also should in radio communications Council of help Xia for. In the case of no agreement, PFD limit calculation and verification by the Radiocommunication Bureau carried out taking into account the above information. 3 400-3 600 MHz frequency bands provide the mobile station shall not require the space station beyond the radio regulations (2004 edition) table of protection 21-4. This Division shall take effect on November 17, 2010.

(WRC-12) 5.431 additional divided: in Germany, and Israel and the United Kingdom, 3 400-3 475 MHz frequency band to secondary use conditions are also allocated to the amateur service.

(WRC-03) 5.431A different types of business: in Argentina, and Brazil, and Chile, and Costa Rica, Cuba, France in 2 districts of overseas departments and territories and the Dominican Republic, and El Salvador, and Guatemala, and Mexico, and Paraguay, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela, 3 400-3 500 MHz band allocated to the main business of the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile, subject to an agreement under paragraph 9.21. 3 400-3 500 MHz band provided the mobile station shall not require the space station out of the radio regulations (2004 edition) table of protection 21-4.

(WRC-12) 5.432 different types of business: in Korea, and Japan and Pakistan, 3 400-3 500 MHz frequency band to the main conditions of use allocated mobile (except aeronautical mobile) (see paragraphs 5.33).

(WRC-2000) 5.432A in Korea, and Japan and Pakistan, 3 400-3 500 MHz frequency bands identified for international mobile telecommunications (IMT). This determination shall be without prejudice in the Division business using the frequency within the frequency band, and have no priority in the radio regulations. Coordination phase, paragraphs 9.17 and 9.18, the provisions will apply. Competent authorities enabled the band mobile radio (base station or mobile station), you should ensure that the territorial boundaries of 3 meters above the ground of any other authorities place the power flux density (PFD) in 20% over time, not exceeding -154.5 dB (W/(m2x4 kHz)). By any national authority consent, can exceed the limit value in its territory. To guarantee in any other competent sector of territory border at can meet the PFD limited value, about of calculation and validation should in consider to all related information and in get has competent sector both (is responsible for ground radio of competent sector and is responsible for Earth station of competent sector) agreed of situation Xia for, as requests radio communications Council of help, also should in radio communications Council of help Xia for. In the case of no agreement, PFD limit calculation and verification should be undertaken by the Radiocommunication Bureau carried out taking into account the above information. 3 400-3 500 MHz frequency bands provide the mobile station shall not require the space station beyond the radio regulations (2004 edition) table of protection 21-4.

(WRC-07) 5.432B different types of business: in Bangladesh, China, France in 3 areas of overseas territories, India, and Iran (Islamic Republic of), New Zealand and Singapore, 3 400-3 500 MHz frequency range in accordance with paragraph 9.21 of agreements with other departments, divided as the main business of mobile services (except aeronautical mobile), as well as determined for international mobile telecommunications (IMT). This determination without prejudice to where the band Division of business use of the band, and have no priority in the radio regulations. Coordination phase, paragraphs 9.17 and 9.18, the provisions will apply. Authorities enabling the mobile services in the band (the base station or mobile station), you should ensure that the territorial boundaries of 3 meters above the ground of any other authorities place the power flux density (PFD) in 20% over time, not exceeding -154.5 dB (W/(m2x4 kHz)). By any national authority consent, can exceed the limit value in its territory. To guarantee in any other competent sector of territory border at can meet the PFD limited value, about of calculation and validation should in consider to all related information and in get has competent sector both (is responsible for ground radio of competent sector and is responsible for Earth station of competent sector) agreed of situation Xia for, as requests radio communications Council of help, also should in radio communications Council of help Xia for. In the case of no agreement, PFD limit calculation and verification should be undertaken by the Radiocommunication Bureau carried out taking into account the above information. 3 400-3 500 MHz frequency bands provide the mobile station shall not require the space station beyond the radio regulations (2004 edition) table of protection 21-4. This Division shall take effect on November 17, 2010.

(WRC-12) 5.433 in zone 2 and zone 3, 3 400-3 600 MHz band allocated to radiolocation services to mainly use conditions. Urges in this frequency band using radio positioning systems Department in 1985 and stopped before work.

After 1985, the competent authorities shall take all practicable steps to protect fixed and not to coordinate request fixed. 5.433A in Bangladesh, China, France in 3 areas of overseas territories, Korea, and India, and Iran (Islamic Republic of), Japan, and New Zealand and Pakistan, 3 500-3 600 MHz have been identified for the international mobile telecommunications (IMT). This determination without prejudice to where the band Division of business use of the band, and have no priority in the radio regulations. Coordination phase, paragraphs 9.17 and 9.18, the provisions will apply. Competent authorities enabled the band mobile radio (base station or mobile station), you should ensure that the territorial boundaries of 3 meters above the ground of any other authorities place the power flux density (PFD) in 20% over time, not exceeding -154.5 dB (W/(m2x4 kHz)). By any national authority consent, can exceed the limit value in its territory. To guarantee in any other competent sector of territory border at can meet the PFD limited value, about of calculation and validation should in consider to all related information and in get has competent sector both (is responsible for ground radio of competent sector and is responsible for Earth station of competent sector) agreed of situation Xia for, as requests radio communications Council of help, also should in radio communications Council of help Xia for. In the case of no agreement, PFD limit calculation and verification should be undertaken by the Radiocommunication Bureau carried out taking into account the above information. 3 500-3 600 MHz frequency bands provide the mobile station shall not require the space station beyond the radio regulations (2004 edition) table of protection 21-4.

(WRC-12) 5.434 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97)

5.435 Japan, not including 3 620-3 700 MHz band radio location service.

5.436 not used. 5.437 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-2000) 5.438 aeronautical radio-navigation service using 4 200-4 400 MHz frequency band, designed for installation in an aircraft radio altimeters and is used on the ground about the answer.

But may permit satellite Earth observation business passive remote sensing and space research services to secondary working conditions of use in this band (radio altimeter does not provide protection). 5.439 added: the Iran Islamic Republic of, 4 200-4 400 MHz band allocated to fixed business as a secondary business.

(WRC-12) 5.440 approved satellite standard frequency and time signal service of the transmission using frequency 4 202 MHz, air transport using 6 427 MHz frequency.

Such transmission shall be limited at these frequencies within a range of ± 2 MHz, reached an agreement on the basis of paragraph 9.21. 5.440A in zone 2 (Brazil, Cuba, France for overseas departments and territories, and Guatemala, and Paraguay, and Uruguay and Venezuela), as well as Australia, 4 400-4 940 MHz band can be used for aircraft flight test aeronautical mobile telemetry (AMT) (see section 1.83). Such use shall be in accordance with resolution No. 416 (WRC-07), and shall not cause harmful interference to the fixed service and the fixed service satellite nor its protection. Such use does not interfere with other mobile business applications, or to get those frequencies divided, similarly as the main business of other businesses use these frequencies, nor determined the priority in the radio regulations.

(WRC-07) 5.441 fixed should be used in accordance with the provisions of Appendix 30B 4 500-4 800 MHz (air-to-surface), 6 725-7 025 MHz (surface-to-air) band. Geostationary-satellite systems in the fixed 10.7-10.95 GHz should be used in accordance with the provisions of Appendix 30B (air-to-surface), 11.2-11.45 GHz (air-to-surface) and 12.75-13.25 GHz (surface-to-air) band. Satellite non-geostationary-satellite systems in the fixed service using the 10.7-10.95 GHz (air-to-surface), 11.2-11.45 GHz (air-to-surface) and 12.75-13.25 GHz (surface-to-air) band, pursuant to paragraph 9.12 provisions and other non-geostationary fixed satellite systems for coordination. Non-geostationary satellites in the fixed system must not be fixed in accordance with the radio regulations to protect operational geostationary satellite network requirements, and wireless communications Bureau received non-geostationary fixed satellite service systems or geostationary satellite networks in complete coordination and notification of information regardless of the date of, and paragraph 5.43A does not apply. These bands satellites in non-geostationary-satellite systems in the fixed service may cause any unacceptable interference in the operation was to be eliminated quickly.

(WRC-2000) 5.442 in the 4 825-4 and 4 950-4 990 MHz 835 MHz band to mobile business division of limited to the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile. In region 2 (Brazil, Cuba, Guatemala, and Paraguay, and Uruguay and Venezuela), as well as Australia, 4 825-4 835 MHz frequency band will be divided to the aeronautical mobile service, limited to those used for aircraft flight test aeronautical mobile telemetry. Such use shall be in accordance with resolution No. 416 (WRC-07), and shall not cause harmful interference to the fixed service.

(WRC-07)

5.443 different types of business: in Argentina, and Australia and Canada, 4 825-4 835 MHz and 4 950-4 990 MHz band allocated to radio astronomy operations to mainly use conditions (see paragraphs 5.33). 5.443A has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-03) 5.443AA 5 091-5 and 5 000-5 030 MHz 150 MHz frequency bands, satellite aeronautical mobile (r) business shall, in accordance with paragraph 9.21, reach an agreement. Aeronautical mobile satellite (r) business use of those frequencies, limited international air transport system.

(WRC-12) 5.443B in order to work within not more than 5 030 MHz band harmful interference the microwave landing system, operates in 5 010-5 030 MHz frequency bands of satellite radionavigation systems (air-to-surface) for all space stations in 5 030-5 150 MHz band surface of lumped the power flux density, shall not exceed -124.5 dB at 150 kHz frequency band (W/m2). In order not to 4 990-5 000 MHz have a harmful interference to the radio astronomy service in the band, operating in 5 010-5 030 MHz frequency bands of satellite radionavigation systems in compliance with resolution No. 741 (WRC-12, revised edition) identified in the 4 990-5 000 MHz frequency band the limit.

(WRC-12) 5.443C aeronautical mobile (r) business 5 030-5 091 MHz band use, limited international air transport system. 5 030-5 091 MHz band in the aeronautical mobile (r) business adjacent to the unwanted emissions shall be limited to 5 010-5 030 MHz downlink band RNSS systems within the limits of the protection provided. Before the relevant ITU-r recommendations and determine an appropriate value, 5 010-5 030 MHz band, any AM (r) s stations should use -75 dBW/MHz e.i.r.p. density limits.

(WRC-12) 5.443D 5 030-5 091 MHz band, satellite aeronautical mobile (r) business shall be conducted in accordance with section 9.11A of coordination. Aeronautical mobile satellite (r) service use of this frequency band, limited international air transport system.

(WRC-12) 5.444 5 030-5 150 MHz band plan for precision approach and landing system of international standards (microwave landing system). 5 030-5 091 MHz band, the system requirements shall take precedence over other uses of the band. When using 5 091-5 150 MHz band, 5.444A and 114th resolution (WRC-12, as amended) applies.

(WRC-12) 5.444A additional Division: 5 091-5 150 MHz band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed (surface-to-air).

This Division is only limited to the mobile-satellite service feeder links of non-geostationary satellite systems, and shall be coordinated in accordance with 9.11A.

The following conditions also apply to the 5 091-5 150 MHz band:

-Before January 1, 2018, the mobile-satellite service feeder links of non-geostationary satellite systems for 5 091-5 150 MHz band using the resolution subject to the 114th (WRC-03, as amended);

-After January 1, 2016, or for providing non-geostationary satellite feeder link earth stations for mobile systems new frequency assignment; -After January 1, 2018, fixed secondary to aeronautical radio-navigation service.

(WRC-07)

5.444B aeronautical mobile services to 5 091-5 150 MHz band to limit the use of: -In the aeronautical mobile (r) business, in line with international aviation standards of the actions in the system and ground application limited to the airport.

Such use shall comply with resolution No. 748 (WRC-12, as amended); -In accordance with resolution No. 418 (WRC-12, as amended) aeronautical telemetry from the aircraft radio emission (see paragraph 1.83).

(WRC-12)

5.445 not used. 5.446 added: the countries listed in paragraph 5.369, 5 150-5 216 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of satellite radio measurement service (air-to-surface), subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. In zone 2, the band is also allocated to the main business of satellite radio measurement service (air to ground). In zone 1 and zone 3, in addition to the countries listed in subsection 5.369 and Bangladesh, the band is also allocated to satellite radio measurement service as secondary business (air-to-surface). Satellite radio measurement service using the frequency band limitation in 1 610-1 626.5 MHz and/or 2 483.5-2 500 MHz operating frequencies related to the determination of the satellite radio business feeder links. In any case, the total power for all angles of arrival in Earth's surface flux density in each of 4 kHz frequency band shall not exceed -159 dB (W/m2).

(WRC-12) 5.446A aeronautical mobile service other than the mobile service station 5 150-5 350 MHz and 5 470-5 725 MHz frequency band shall comply with resolution No. 229 (WRC-12, as amended).

(WRC-12) 5.446B 5 150-5 250 MHz band mobile radio of fixed earth stations for the interference protection shall not be required. 5.43A the provisions of paragraphs no longer applies to mobile services associated with the fixed earth stations.

(WRC-03) 5.446C additional Division: District 1 (Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, and Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Morocco, and Oman, and Qatar, Arab Syria Republic, the Sudan, South Sudan, and Tunisia except) and in Brazil, 5 150-5 250 MHz band is also allocated to the main business of the aeronautical mobile service, but only in accordance with resolution No. 418 (WRC-12, Revised edition) aeronautical telemetry from the aircraft radio emission (see paragraph 1.83). These stations shall not be required to follow the 5th's other stations to provide protection. Paragraph 5.43A does not apply.

(WRC-12) 5.447 attached: the Côte d ' Ivoire, Egypt, and Israel, and Lebanon and the Arabs of Syria and of the Republic of Tunisia, 5 150-5 250 MHz band allocated to mobile as the main business, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. In this case, resolution No. 229 (WRC-12, as amended) shall not apply.

(WRC-12)

5.447A of satellite fixed (surface-to-air) Business Division is limited to mobile satellite service feeder links of non-geostationary satellite systems, and shall be coordinated in accordance with paragraph 9.11A. 5.447B additional Division: 5 150-5 216 MHz frequency band to the main conditions of use also satellite-fixed (air-to-surface) business. The Division limit for mobile-satellite service feeder links of non-geostationary satellite systems, and shall conform to the provisions of paragraph 9.11A.

5 150-5 air to 216 MHz band to operate fixed space station, power flux density of the Earth's surface in any case for all angles of arrival shall not exceed -164 dB/4 kHz band (W/m2). 5.447C in accordance with 5.447A and 5.447B 5 150-5 250 MHz frequency band of operation of fixed network in charge of a Department, shall, in accordance with paragraph 9.11A on the basis of equality and in accordance with paragraph 5.446 operation, on November 17, 1995 and the previously enabled non-geostationary-satellite networks coordinate the responsible authorities.

In accordance with paragraph 5.446 operation, on November 17, 1995 and later used in satellite networks which are in accordance with the 5.447A and 5.447B operate fixed station protection requirements and cannot cause harmful interference. 5.447D 5 250-5 255 to major MHz frequency band Division to the space research service conditions of use is limited to spaceborne active sensors. Space research on conditions of other uses for the secondary use of this band.

(WRC-97) 5.447E additional Division: in the following 3 countries, 5 250-5 350 MHz band allocated to fixed service as the main business: Australia, and Korea, and India, and Indonesia, and Iran (Islamic Republic of), Japan, and Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Viet Nam. Fixed service use of the band seeks to implement fixed wireless access systems, and in compliance with recommendations ITU-r F.1613. In addition, the fixed service shall not require the determination of radio, satellite, Earth-exploration (active) and space research (active) business protection, but satellite Earth observation (active) and space research (active) services, subsection 5.43A does not apply to the fixed service. Implementation of fixed wireless access systems in the fixed service and provides protection to existing radio systems, radio-determination to implement in the future should not impose more stringent restrictions on fixed wireless access systems.

(WRC-07) 5.447F 5250-5350MHz band mobile radio location service, satellite earth stations shall not detection (active) service and space research (active) operations of protection requirements. These businesses should not be based on system characteristics and interference criteria for mobile operations than in the ITU-r M.1638 recommendations and ITU-r RS.1632 recommended more stringent protection standards set out in.

(WRC-03) 5.448 added divided: in Azerbaijan, and Kyrgyzstan, and Romania and Turkmenistan, 5 250-5 350 MHz band allocated to radio navigation as a key business operations.

(WRC-12) 5.448A 5 250-5 350 MHz frequency band, satellite Earth observation (active) service and space research (active) should not operate protection requirements for radiolocation operations. Paragraph 5.43A does not apply.

(WRC-03) 5.448B operation in 5 350-5 570 MHz band within of satellite earth detection (has source) business and operation in 5 460-5 570 MHz band within of space research (has source) business not should operation in 5 350-5 460 MHz band within of aviation radio navigation business, and operation in 5 460-5 470 MHz band within of radio navigation business and operation in 5 470-5 570 MHz band within of water Shang radio navigation business caused harmful interference.

(WRC-03) 5.448C 5 350-5 460 MHz operation frequency band of space research (active) service shall not cause harmful interference to other business of this band has been divided, or protection requirements. (WRC-03)
5.448D 5 350-5 470 MHz frequency band, radio location service station shall not be based on aeronautical radionavigation 5.449 operation causing harmful interference to the radar system, or protection requirements.

(WRC-03)

5.449 aeronautical radio-navigation service using 5 350-5 470 MHz band, limited to airborne radar and associated airborne beacons. 5.450 additional divided: in Australia, and Azerbaijan, and Iran Islamic Republic, Kyrgyzstan, and Romania, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 5 470-5 650 MHz band allocated to aeronautical radio-navigation service as the main business.

(WRC-12) 5.450A 5 470-5 725 MHz band mobile radio determination stations shall not be operations protection requirements. Radio measurement business mobile service should not require more than specified in the ITU-r M.1638 recommendations based on system characteristics and interference criteria direct protection standards.

(WRC-03) 5.450B 5 470-5 650 MHz band, in addition to 5 600-5 650 MHz frequency band used for meteorological purposes other than ground-based radar, radio location service stations shall not cause harmful interference to radionavigation radar system on the water, or protection requirements.

(WRC-03) 5.451 added: the United Kingdom, 5 470-5 850 MHz frequency band to secondary conditions of use also to the land mobile service.

21.2 and 21.3 and 21.4 and 21.5 set power threshold, should be applied to 5 725-5 850 MHz frequency band.

5.452 5 600-5 650 MHz frequency band, approved for use in weather radars and radionavigation stations in order to operate the same conditions on the water. 5.453 attached: the in Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Cameroon, China, the Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Djibouti, Korea, and Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Gabon, Guinea, Equatorial Guinea, India, and Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Israel, and Japan, and Jordan, and Kenya, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Libya, Madagascar, Malaysia, and Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Uganda, Pakistan, Philippines , And Qatar, Arab Syria Republic, Korea, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, Tanzania, Chad, Thailand, Togo, Viet Nam and Yemen, 5 650-5 850 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile services. In this case, resolution No. 229 (WRC-12, as amended) shall not apply.

(WRC-12) 5.454 different types of business: in Azerbaijan, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, 5 670-5 725 MHz band allocated to space research as a key business operations (see section 5.33).

(WRC-12) 5.455 additional divided: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, Cuba, Russia, and Georgia, and Hungary, and Kazakhstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 5 670-5 850 to major MHz frequency band is also allocated to the fixed service use conditions.

(WRC-07) Division of 5.456 added: in Cameroon, 5 755-5 850 to major MHz frequency band is also allocated to the fixed service use conditions.

(WRC-03) 5.457 in Australia, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Mali and Nigeria, fixed in 6 440-6 520 MHz (HAPS to the ground) and 6 560-6 640 MHz (HAPS) Division is also available on the territory of these countries for high altitude platform stations (HAPS) gateway link. Such use is limited to HAPS gateway link operation, shall not be required to protect existing business and shall not cause harmful interference to existing business. Meanwhile, resolution subject to the 150th (WRC-12). The future development of existing businesses shall not be limited by HAPS gateway link. Use of HAPS in these bands gateway link requires intends to use as the territory of HAPS gateway link authorities border less than 1 000 km of other competent authorities reach a clear agreement.

(WRC-12) 5.457A 5 14-14.5 GHz and 925-6 425 MHz frequency band, placed on a ship earth station with fixed space radio communication. Such use should be guided by resolution No. 902 (WRC-03).

(WRC-03) 5.457B 5 14-14.5 GHz and 925-6 425 MHz band, in Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, the Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, and Kuwait, and Libya, and Morocco, Mauritania, Oman, and Qatar, Arab Syria Republic, Sudan, South Sudan, Tunisia and Yemen, satellite mobile earth station on Board on the water can be used as a secondary business, Pursuant to resolution No. 902 (WRC-03) contains the characteristics and conditions of operation. Such use shall be in accordance with resolution No. 902 (WRC-03).

(WRC-12) 5.457C in zone 2 (Brazil, Cuba, France for overseas departments and territories, and Guatemala, and Paraguay, and Uruguay and Venezuela), 5 925-6 700 MHz band can be used for aircraft flight test aeronautical mobile telemetry (see section 1.83). Such use shall be in accordance with resolution No. 416 (WRC-07), and shall not cause harmful interference to the fixed satellite and fixed services, nor shall require its protection. Such use shall be without prejudice to any other mobile application, or common use conditions are these frequencies divided into other businesses use these bands do not establish priority in the radio regulations.

(WRC-07) 5.458 6 425-7 075 MHz frequency band, passive microwave sensor test can be carried out on the ocean. 7 075-7 250 MHz frequency band, passive microwave sensing tests can be carried out.

Authorities in future planning 6 425-7 025 MHz and 7 075-7 when the 250 MHz frequency band, should focus on the satellite Earth observation (passive) service and space research (passive) business needs.

5.458A 6 700-7 075 MHz band fixed when assigning the space stations, urged the authorities to take all practicable steps to protect 6 650-6 675.2 MHz spectral line observations of the radio astronomy service in the band from harmful interference from unwanted emissions. 5.458B 6 700-7 075 MHz frequency band to the fixed air ground Division, limited to mobile-satellite service feeder links of non-geostationary satellite systems, and shall be coordinated in accordance with paragraph 9.11A.

Of the mobile-satellite service feeder links of non-geostationary satellite systems use 6 700-7 075 MHz (air-to-surface) when the band, is not subject to the provisions of paragraph 22.2. 5.458C 7 025-7 submitted after November 17, 1995, 075 MHz band fixed geostationary satellite system Department, in ITU-r recommendations based on with the band on November 18, 1995, to inform and enable competent authorities of non-geostationary satellite systems in accordance with its request for consultations.

This consultation is intended to facilitate the joint operation of satellite fixed service in this band for geostationary satellite systems and non-geostationary satellite systems. 5.459 additional divided: in the Russian Federation, 7 100-7 155 MHz and 7 190-7 235 MHz frequency band to the main conditions of use also to the space operations (surface-to-air) business, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21.

(WRC-97) 5.460 attached: the space research service (surface-to-air) 7 145-7 190 MHz frequency band is limited to deep space at 7 190-7 235 MHz frequency band shall not be launched on deep space. Operation 7 190-7 235 MHz frequency band of space research satellites in geostationary orbit not existing or future operation of fixed and mobile radio protection requirements, subsection 5.43A does not apply.

(WRC-03)

5.461 additional Division: 7 250-7 375 MHz (air-to-surface) and 7 900-8 025 MHz (surface-to-air) band to divide primary basis to the mobile-satellite service, subject to an agreement in accordance with paragraph 9.21. 5.461A meteorological satellite (air-to-surface) business use 7 450-7 550 MHz frequency band, limited to geostationary satellite system. By November 30, 1997 notice of non-geostationary satellite systems in this band may continue on using terms up until it is scrapped.

(WRC-97) 5.461B-satellite meteorological service (air-to-surface) 7 750-7 900 MHz frequency band is limited to non-geostationary-orbit satellite systems.

(WRC-12) 5.462 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97)

5.462A in zone 1 and zone 3 (Japan), 8 025-8 400 MHz frequency band using satellites for geostationary satellite power flux density of the Earth observation business without the consent of the affected departments shall not exceed the following arrival point (q) of:

Per 1 MHz frequency -135 dB (W/m2) for 0 ° ≤ q< 5 °

-135 + 0.5 per 1 MHz band (q-5) dB (W/m2) 5 ° ≤ q< 25 °

Per 1 MHz frequency -125 dB (W/m2) 25 ° ≤ q ≤ 90 ° (WRC-12) 5.463 does not permit an aircraft station launch in 8 025-8 400 MHz frequency band.

(WRC-97) 5.464 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97)

5.465 in space research in business, 8 400-8 450 MHz frequency band to limit the use of deep space. 5.466 different business categories: Singapore and Sri Lanka, 8 400-8 500 MHz band allocated to the space as a secondary business studies business (see rule 5.32).

(WRC-12) 5.467 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-03) 5.468 attached: the in Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Burundi, Cameroon, China, Congo, Costa Rica, Djibouti, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Gabon, Guyana, Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Jamaica, and Jordan, and Kenya, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Libya, and Malaysia, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Nepal, Nigeria, Oman, Uganda, Pakistan, Qatar, and Arab Syria, and of the Republic of Korea, Senegal, Singapore, Somalia, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Chad, Togo, Tunisia and Yemen, 8 500-8 750 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.469 additional divided: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Hungary, and Lithuania, and Mongolia, and Uzbekistan, and Poland, and Kyrgyzstan and the Czech Republic, and Romania, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 8 500-8 750 MHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business, land mobile and radio navigation business.

(WRC-12) 5.469A in 8 550-8 650 MHz frequency band, satellite Earth observation (active) service and space research (active) service stations shall not cause harmful interference to radio location service stations, or limit their development and use.

(WRC-97)

5.470 aeronautical radio-navigation service using 8 750-8 850 MHz frequency band is limited to 8 800 MHz center frequency of airborne Doppler navigation AIDS. 5.471 on divided: in Algeria, and Germany, and Bahrain, and Belgium, China, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, France, and Greece, and Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic, Libya and the Netherlands, and Qatar, Sudan and South Sudan, 8 825-8 850 MHz and 9 000-9 200 MHz band allocated to radio navigation on the water as the main business operations, shore-based radar use only.

(WRC-12)

5.472 8 850-9 000 MHz and 9 200-9 225 MHz frequency band, maritime radio navigation business limited to shore-based radar use. 5.473 additional divided: in Armenia, and Austria, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, Cuba, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Hungary, Mongolia, Uzbekistan, and Poland, and Kyrgyzstan, and Romania, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 8 850-9 000 MHz and 9 200-9 300 MHz frequency band to the main conditions of use are allocated to radio navigation business.

(WRC-07) 5.473A 9 000-9 200 MHz frequency bands and radio location service stations may not be to identified in paragraph 5.337 aeronautical radio-navigation service systems or subsection 5.471 listed countries, as the main business working in the bands of water causing harmful interference to the radionavigation radar system, these systems shall not be required to provide protection.

(WRC-07)

5.474 9 200-9 500 MHz bandwidth, with due regard for the right ITU-R the proposal, you can also use the search and rescue transponder (SART) (see also the 31st). 5.475 aeronautical radio-navigation service on 9 300-9 500 MHz band use, limited to aircraft-borne weather radar and ground-based radar. In addition, allows ground-based aeronautical radio-navigation service in 9 300-9 320 MHz frequency band radar beacon, on condition that may not cause harmful interference to maritime radio navigation business.

(WRC-07) 5.475A-satellite Earth observation service (active) and space research service (active) in 9 300-9 500 MHz band use, only requiring more than 300 MHz bandwidth and 9 500-9 800 MHz band is unable to fully meet the requirements of a system.

(WRC-07) 5.475B 9 300-9 500 MHz frequency bands and radio location service stations not to comply with the radio regulations of the radionavigation radars to cause harmful interference, these radars provide protection shall not be required. For meteorological radars positioned relative to other radio application has precedence.

(WRC-07) 5.476 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.476A in the 9300-9800MHz band, satellite Earth observation (active) service and space research (active) business radio is allowed to radionavigation and radio location service stations causing harmful interference, or these radio stations are required to provide protection.

(WRC-07) 5.477 different types of business: in Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Cameroon, Djibouti, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Guyana, India, and Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Jamaica, and Japan, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, Liberia, Malaysia, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, the Arab Syria Republic, Korea, Singapore, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Trinidad and Tobago and Yemen, 9 800-10 000 MHz band allocated to the main business of the fixed service (see section 5.33).

(WRC-12) 5.478 additional divided: in Azerbaijan, Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, and Romania, Turkmenistan and Ukraine, 9 800-10 000 MHz band to mainly use conditions are also allocated to radio navigation business.

(WRC-07) 5.478A-satellite Earth observation service (active) and space research service (active) on 9 800-9 900 MHz frequency band usage is limited to the bandwidth required is greater than 500 MHz, and 9 300-9 800 MHz frequency band is unable to fully meet the requirements of a system.

(WRC-07) 5.478B 9 800-9 900 MHz frequency bands and satellite Earth observation service (active) and space research service (active) radios may not get the band into the fixed service stations causing harmful interference as a secondary business, shall not be required to provide protection.

(WRC-07)

5.479 9 975-10 025 MHz frequency band to secondary conditions of use also to the Meteorological-satellite service, for use by weather radar. 5.480 additional divided: in Argentina, and Brazil, and Chile, and Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, and Ecuador, and Guatemala, and Honduras, and Mexico, and Paraguay, the Dutch Antilles Islands, Peru, and Uruguay, 10-10.45 GHz frequency band to the main conditions are also allocated to the fixed services and mobile services. In Venezuela, 10-10.45 GHz bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service.

(WRC-07) 5.481 additional Division: Germany, Angola, Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Ivory Coast, El Salvador, and Ecuador, and Spain, and Guatemala, and Hungary, and Japan, and Kenya, and Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, and Uzbekistan, and Pakistan, Paraguay, and Peru, and of Korea, Romania, Tanzania, Thailand and Uruguay, 10.45-10.5 GHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.482 10.6-10.68 GHz frequency bands and served on the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile radio antennas at power must not exceed -3 dBW. In accordance with paragraph 9.21, after the agreement you can exceed this limit. However, in Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Bahrain, Bangladesh, and Belarus, and Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Georgia, and India, and Indonesia, and Iran (Islamic Republic of), Iraq, and Jordan, Arab Libya people's Socialist Jamahiriya, Kazakhstan, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Morocco, Mauritania, Moldova, Nigeria, Oman, and Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, the Arab Syria Republic, Kyrgyzstan, and Singapore, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan and Viet Nam, for fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile this restriction does not apply.

(WRC-07) 5.482A satellite Earth observation (passive) service and the fixed service (exception of aeronautical mobile) mobile business 10.6-10.68 GHz frequency band sharing, resolution No. 751 (WRC-07) apply.

(WRC-07) 5.483 additional divided: in Saudi Arabia, and Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Bahrain, and Belarus, China, and Colombia, and Korea, and Costa Rica, and Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Georgia, and Iran Islamic Republic, Iraq, and Israel, and Jordan, and Kazakhstan, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Mongolia, and Qatar, and Kyrgyzstan, the Republic of Korea, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Yemen, 10.68-10.7 GHz band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile. Such use is limited to prior to January 1, 1985 that the device is running.

(WRC-12)

5.484 in zone 1, fixed satellites (surface-to-air) business 10.7-11.7 GHz band is limited to feeder links of satellite broadcasting business. 5.484A Satellite fixed business in the of non-on to still satellite system in 2 district using 10.95-11.2GHz (empty on to), 11.45-11.7GHz (empty on to), 11.7-12.2GHz (empty on to), in 3 district using 12.2-12.75GHz (empty on to), in 1 district using 12.5-12.75GHz (empty on to), 13.75-14.5GHz (surface-to-air) and 17.8-18.6GHz (empty on to), 19.7-20.2GHz (empty on to), 27.5-28.6GHz (surface-to-air), 29.5-30G Hz (surface-to-air) the band, pursuant to paragraph 9.12 provisions and other non-geostationary fixed satellite systems. Non-geostationary satellites in the fixed system must not be fixed in accordance with the radio regulations to protect operational geostationary satellite network requirements, and wireless communications Bureau received non-geostationary fixed satellite service systems or geostationary satellite networks in complete coordination and notification of information regardless of the date of, and paragraph 5.43A does not apply. These bands satellites in non-geostationary-satellite systems in the fixed service may cause any unacceptable interference in the operation should be eliminated quickly.

(WRC-2000) 5.485 in zone 2, 11.7-12.2 GHz frequency band, fixed space on the radio repeater can also be extra for satellite broadcasting service launch, just launch the maximum equivalent isotropically radiated power of each channel less than 53 dBW, and do not produce more than fixed frequency assignment has been coordinating interference, nor does it require more protection against such interference.

The space business, the band should be used primarily to fixed.

5.486 different types of business: in Mexico and the United States, 11.7-12.1 GHz frequency bands allocated to the fixed service to secondary use conditions (see clause 5.32). 5.487 in zone 1 and zone 3, in a 11.7-12.5GHz band, divided according to their respective fixed service, fixed and mobile service, except aeronautical mobile and broadcasting services should not be in accordance with Appendix 1 in 30 areas of planning operations and 3 radio stations causing harmful interference to the satellite or protection requirements.

(WRC-03) 5.487A additional Division: 11.7-12.5GHz bands in zone 1, 12.2-12.7GHz bands in zone 2, 11.7-12.2GHz bands in 3 districts, primarily to conditions of use also satellite-fixed (air-to-surface) business, limited to non-geostationary systems and shall apply paragraph 9.12, provisions and other non-geostationary fixed satellite systems. Fixed in non-geostationary satellite systems which are in accordance with the radio regulations for satellite broadcasting business requests for protection from the geostationary satellite networks, and wireless communications Bureau received non-geostationary fixed satellite systems and geostationary satellite networks in complete coordination or notification information regardless of the date, and the 5.43A shall not apply. These in-band non-geostationary fixed satellite system's mode of operation is to appear upon any unacceptable interference that may arise should quickly be eliminated.

(WRC-03) 5.488 with 1, 2 and 3 ground coordination of operational radio, 2 areas of geostationary fixed satellite networks using the 11.7-12.2GHz frequency band shall comply with the provisions of paragraph 9.14. In zone 2 satellite broadcast service using 12.2-12.7GHz band, see Appendix 30.

(WRC-03)

5.489 additional divided: in Peru, 12.1-12.2 GHz frequency band to the main conditions of use are also allocated to the fixed service.

5.490 in zone 2, 12.2-12.7GHz band of existing and future terrestrial radiocommunication services and may not be in accordance with Appendix 2 contained 30 satellite broadcast business planning space business to cause harmful interference. 5.491 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-03) 5.492 fully in accordance with Appendix 1 contained 30 regional planning or assigned the and 3 list the satellite broadcasting service radio, can also be used for fixed satellite (air-to-surface) business launch, as long as this launch than according to regional planning or a corresponding list of satellite broadcasting business launch larger disturbances, requires no more interference.

(WRC-2000) 5.493 in zone 3, in the 12.5-12.75GHz band, satellite broadcast service in any conditions and for any modulation at the service area boundary of the power flux density should not exceed -111dB (W/(M2 · 27MHz)).

(WRC-97) 5.494 attached: the in Algeria, Angola, Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Djibouti, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Iraq, and Israel, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Libya, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, and Mongolia, Nigeria, Oman, and Qatar, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Arab Syria, Somalia, the Republic of the Sudan, South Sudan, Chad, Togo and Yemen, 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-12) 5.495 additional divided: in France, and Greece, Monaco, Montenegro, Uganda, Romania, Tanzania as well as Tunisia, 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency bands allocated to secondary business as fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile.

(WRC-12) 5.496 additional divided: in Austria, and Azerbaijan, and Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan, 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band to the main conditions are also allocated to the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile. However, belongs to this type of business radio does not respond to the States listed in footnote 1 country fixed earth stations causing harmful interference, do not require these Earth stations and the countries listed in the footnote of fixed services coordination and mobile radio. 21st table 21-4 set for fixed power flux-density at the Earth's surface value applicable to the territory of the countries covered by this footnote.

(WRC-2000)

5.497 aeronautical radio-navigation service using the 13.25-13.4 GHz band is limited to doppler navigation AIDS. 5.498 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.498A 13.25-13.4 GHz-band operation of satellite Earth observation (active) service and space research (active) service shall not cause harmful interference to aeronautical radio-navigation service, or restrict its use and development.

(WRC-97) 5.499 additional divided: in Bangladesh and India, 13.25-14 GHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service. In Pakistan, 13.25-13.75 GHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service.

(WRC-12) 5.500 additional Division: Algeria, Angola, Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, and Brunei Darussalam, Cameroon, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Gabon, Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic, Iraq, and Israel, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, Madagascar, Malaysia, and Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, and Qatar, Arab Syria Republic, Singapore, Sudan, South Sudan, Chad and Tunisia, 13.4-14 GHz band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile services. In Pakistan, 13.4-13.75 GHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.501 additional divided: in Azerbaijan, and Hungary, and Japan, and Kyrgyzstan, and Romania and Turkmenistan, 13.4-14 GHz frequency bands allocated to radio navigation as a key business operations.

(WRC-12) 5.501A 13.4-13.75 GHz frequency band to the main conditions of use divided to the space research service, limited to spaceborne active sensors. Other uses of space research on the band as a secondary business.

(WRC-97) 5.501B in 13.4-13.75 in the GHz band satellite Earth observation (active) service and space research (active) service shall not cause harmful interference to radio location service, or restrict its use and development.

(WRC-97) 5.502 13.75-14 GHz frequency band, fixed network of geostationary satellite earth station antenna diameter greater than 1.2 m and non-geostationary fixed satellite earth station antennas should be greater than 4.5 meters in diameter. In addition, at an elevation greater than 2 °, radio location service a radio and radio navigation operations per second launched by the average equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) must not exceed 59 dBW; lower elevation shall not exceed 65 dBW. Started using this band antenna is less than 4.5 metres in diameter fixed earth station used for geostationary satellite networks, the competent authorities should ensure that the power flux density of the Earth station shall not exceed the following limits:
Low-water mark of the sea-more than 36 meters and time greater than 1%, officially recognized by the coastal State has a value of -115 dB (W/(M2 · 10 MHz));

-Unless it had already reached an agreement, authorities in this band is being deployed and plans to deploy ground-based mobile radar's territorial boundaries more than 3 meters and time greater than 1%, the value is -115 dB (W/(M2 · 10 MHz). Antenna diameter greater than or equal to 4.5 m fixed earth stations launched by any equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) should be at least 68 dBW and should not exceed 85 dBW.

(WRC-03) 5.503 13.75-14 GHz frequency bands for radio communications released prior to January 31, 1992, the Bureau had received advance information on space research, operational geostationary space stations and fixed radio operates on the same basis; after that date, new space operational geostationary space stations will be minor uses condition actions.

For radio communications released prior to January 31, 1992, the Bureau had received advance information on space research, operational geostationary space stations until it stopped operations in this band:

-13.77-13.78 GHz frequency band, any space and geostationary satellite orbit fixed earth stations of the radio emission equivalent isotropically radiated power density shall not exceed:

I) 4.7D+28 dB (W/40 kHz), where d is the fixed earth station antenna diameter, as its range is greater than or equal to 1.2 m and less than 4.5 metres;

ⅱ) 49.2+20 log (D/4.5) dB (W/40 kHz), where d is the fixed earth station antenna diameter, when its range is greater than or equal to 4.5 m and when I am less than 31.9 m;

III) 66.2 dB (W/40 kHz), when the fixed earth station antenna diameter greater than or equal to 31.9 meters;

IV) 56.2 dB (W/4 kHz), narrow (less than 40 kHz of bandwidth necessary) the fixed earth station antenna diameter greater than or equal to 4.5 metres.

-13.772-13.778 GHz frequency band, and any non-geostationary satellite orbit fixed earth stations of the radio emission equivalent isotropically radiated power density shall not exceed 51 dBW per 6 MHz bandwidth. In these bands, in order to compensate rain attenuation, use automatic power control, and to increase the effective radiated power density, but fixed the space station's power flux density may not make equivalent isotropically radiated power exceed the equivalent of Earth stations under a clear sky above limit values that are used.

(WRC-03) 5.503A has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-03)

5.504 radionavigation 14-14.3 GHz frequency band should provide adequate protection to fixed space stations. 5.504A 14-14.5 GHz frequency band, secondary airborne Earth station for aeronautical mobile satellite service and fixed-space radio communications. Such use should follow the provisions of paragraph 5.29 and 5.30 or 5.31.

(WRC-03) 5.504B operation of aeronautical mobile satellite service in the 14-14.5 GHz band for airborne Earth station should follow ITU-r M.1643 recommends that the provisions of annex 1, part c, the provisions and in Spain, and France, and India, and Italy and the United Kingdom and South Africa 14-14.5 GHz frequency band perform observations on the territory of any of the Radio Astronomy Observatory.

(WRC-03) 5.504C 14-14.25 GHz band, any aircraft Earth station in the aeronautical mobile satellite service in Saudi Arabia, Botswana, Ivory Coast, Egypt, Guinea, India, and Iran, and Kuwait, Nigeria, and Oman, Arab Syria Republic and Tunisia within the power flux density should not exceed recommendations ITU-r M.1643 limit set out in part b of annex 1, unless specifically allowed by affected departments. This footnote shall in no case reduce the provisions under paragraph 5.29 as secondary operations, aeronautical mobile satellite service obligations.

(WRC-12) 5.505 attached: the in Algeria, Angola, Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, Botswana, Brunei Darussalam, Cameroon, China, the Congo, the Republic of Korea, Djibouti, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Gabon, Guinea, India, and Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Israel, and Japan, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Malaysia, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, and Oman, the Philippines, Qatar, the Arab Syria Republic, Of Korea, Singapore, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Chad, Viet Nam and Yemen, 14-14.3 GHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service.

(WRC-12) 5.506 satellite fixed (surface-to-air) business, 14-14.5 GHz frequency bands for feeder links in satellite broadcasting operations, subject to coordination with other fixed networks.

This use of feeder link reserved for countries outside Europe. 5.506A 14-14.5 GHz frequency band in accordance with resolution No. 902 (WRC-03) provided more than 21 dBW equivalent isotropically radiated power Earth stations on Board should be placed on the ship earth stations operating in the same conditions. For the Radiocommunication Bureau before July 5, 2003 have been received complete Appendix 4 information for ship earth station, this footnote does not apply.

(WRC-03) 5.506B in Cyprus, Greece and Malta, in resolution No. 902 (WRC-03) within a given minimum distance, and fixed-space radio communications, placed on a ship earth station may without prior agreement 14-14.5 GHz band operation.

(WRC-03)

5.507 not used. 5.508 added divided: in Germany, and France, and Italy, and Libya, the former Yugoslavia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and the United Kingdom, 14.25-14.3 GHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service.

(WRC-12) 5.508A 14.25-14.3 GHz band, any aircraft Earth station of satellite air mobile operations in Saudi Arabia, Botswana, China, Ivory Coast, Egypt, and France, Guinea, India, and Iran, and Italy, and Kuwait, Nigeria, Oman, Arab Syria Republic, the United Kingdom and Tunisia in the territory of the power flux density should not exceed ITU-R M.1643 proposal part b of annex 1 in the limit, unless specifically allowed by affected departments. This footnote shall in no case reduce the provisions under paragraph 5.29 obligations as a secondary operation of aeronautical mobile satellite service.

(WRC-12) 5.509 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.509A 14.3-14.5 GHz band, any aircraft Earth station of satellite air mobile operations in Saudi Arabia, Botswana, Cameroon, China, Ivory Coast, Egypt, and France, Gabon, Guinea, India, and Iran, and Italy, and Kuwait, and Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Arab Syria Republic, United Kingdom, Sri Lanka, Tunisia and Viet Nam in the territory of the power flux density should not exceed ITU-R M.1643 proposal part b of annex 1 in the limit, unless specifically allowed by affected departments. This footnote shall in no case reduce the provisions under paragraph 5.29 obligations as a secondary operation of aeronautical mobile satellite service.

(WRC-12) 5.510 satellite fixed (surface-to-air) business 14.5-14.8 GHz band is limited to feeder links of satellite broadcasting business.

This usage is reserved for countries outside Europe. 5.511 additional divided: in Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, Cameroon, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Guinea, Iran, Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Israel, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, the Arab Syria and of the Republic of Somalia, 15.35-15.4 GHz frequency band is also allocated as a secondary business fixed and mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.511A 15.43-15.63GHz band with the main conditions of use also satellite-fixed (air-to-surface) business. Satellite fixed (air-to-surface and surface-to-air) business using 15.43-15.63GHz band limited to the mobile-satellite service feeder links of non-geostationary systems, and coordination in accordance with paragraph 9.11A. Satellite fixed (air-to-surface) 15.43-15.63GHz band limited to June 2, 2000 wireless communications Board, the business has received the disclosure in advance of the mobile-satellite service feeder links of non-geostationary systems. In the direction of Earth station minimum elevation up and toward the local water level gain and to protect the Earth from harmful interference minimum distance should conform to the ITU-r S.1341 proposals for the coordination. In order to protect the radio astronomy service 15.35-15.4GHz band, any work at the 15.43-15.63GHz band of non-geostationary mobile-satellite service feeder links of satellite space stations (air-to-surface) system at the 15.35-15.4GHz band, enter any Radio Astronomy Observatory in time greater than 2%/50MHz the overall power flux density should not exceed -156dB (W/m2).

(WRC-2000) 5.511B has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.511C in the aeronautical radionavigation service in the operation of radio stations should be in accordance with the ITU-r S.1340 proposals to limit the effective equivalent isotropically radiated power. Protect aviation radionavigation stations (invoking paragraph 4.1) from the feeder link earth stations of harmful interference minimum coordination required distance feeder link earth station for local transfer of maximum equivalent isotropically radiated power should comply with the recommendations ITU-r S.1340.

(WRC-97) 5.511D wireless communications Bureau on November 21, 1997 had received full disclosure in advance of the fixed system can 15.4-15.43GHz and 15.63-15.7GHz bands for air to ground operations and air direction in the 15.63-15.65GHz band of operation. In the 15.4-15.43GHz and 15.65-15.7GHz bands, space stations launched by non-geostationary satellite signals, power flux density of the Earth's surface for an arbitrary angle of arrival shall not exceed -146dB (W/(M2 · MHz)) limit. In the 15.63-15.65GHz band, when authorities launched by non-geostationary space station planning for an arbitrary angle of arrival of signals over -146dB (W/(M2 · MHz)), shall, in accordance with paragraph 9.11A to coordinate with affected departments. In the 15.63-15.65GHz band, air operational fixed stations shall not cause harmful interference to aeronautical radio navigation station (invoking paragraph 4.1).

(WRC-97) 5.511E 15.4-15.7 GHz band in the radiolocation service in the operation of radio stations shall not cause harmful interference to aeronautical radio-navigation service stations, nor asked for their protection.

(WRC-12) 5.511F 15.35-15.4 GHz frequency bands for the protection of the radio astronomy service, 15.4-15.7 GHz band operating the radio-location station on 15.35-15.4 GHz band in any radio astronomy observation sites of the power flux density in the 2% of time, shall not exceed -156 dB at 50 MHz bandwidth (W/m2).

(WRC-12) 5.512 additional Division: Algeria, Angola, Saudi Arabia, and Austria, and Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Cameroon, the Congo, Costa Rica, and Egypt, and El Salvador, the United Arab Emirates, Eritrea, Finland, and Guatemala, and India, and Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic, Jordan, and Kenya, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Libya, and Malaysia, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Montenegro, Nepal, and Nicaragua, the Niger, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, the Arab Syria, Republic of Congo, the Republic of Serbia, and Singapore, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania, Chad, Togo and Yemen, 15.7-17.3 GHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.513 additional divided: in Israel, 15.7-17.3 GHz frequency band to the main conditions are also allocated to the fixed services and mobile services.

These businesses should not 5.512 countries outside the countries listed in accordance with the table of frequency allocations the operation of business demand, or cause harmful interference. 5.513A 17.2-17.3 GHz-band spaceborne active sensors operation shall not be for radiolocation operations and other businesses that primarily use conditions to divide to cause harmful interference, or limit their development and use.

(WRC-97) 5.514 an additional Division: Algeria, Angola, Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, Bangladesh, Cameroon, El Salvador, United Arab Emirates, Guatemala, and India, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Israel, and Italy, and Japan, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Libya, and Lithuania, and Nepal, and Nicaragua, Nigeria, and Oman, and Uzbekistan, Pakistan, and Qatar, and Kyrgyzstan, the Sudan and South Sudan, 17.3-17.7 GHz frequency bands allocated to secondary business as the fixed and mobile services. Power threshold under paragraph 21.3 and 21.5 shall apply.

(WRC-12)

5.515 17.3-17.8 GHz band fixed satellite (surface-to-air) business and satellite frequency sharing between the broadcasting services should also be consistent with the provisions of annex 4 of Appendix 30A 1th section. 5.516 satellite fixed (surface-to-air) operational geostationary satellite system 17.3-18.1 GHz band is limited to feeder links of satellite broadcasting business. In zone 2, fixed satellites (surface-to-air) business 17.3-17.8 GHz frequency band, limited to geostationary satellite system. In zone 2, 12.2-12.7 GHz feeder links of satellite broadcasting service in the frequency band 17.3-17.8 GHz frequency band, see article 11th. Fixed non-geostationary satellite systems in zone 1 and zone 3 17.3-18.1 GHz (surface-to-air) band and in zone 2 using 17.8-18.1 GHz (surface-to-air) band, according to 9.12 and other non-geostationary fixed satellite systems for coordination. Non-geostationary fixed satellite operation not in accordance with the radio regulations of the fixed protection claims on geostationary satellite, and wireless communications Bureau receives a fixed non-geostationary satellite systems or geostationary satellite networks in complete coordination and notification of information regardless of the date, and should not rely on 5.43A. Above band fixed non-geostationary satellite systems in operation produced any unacceptable interference, there should be eliminated quickly.

(WRC-2000) 5.516A at the 17.3-17.7GHz band, fixed in 1 district (air-to-surface) Earth station is allowed to follow Appendix 30A of the satellite broadcasting service feeder link requests for protection from Earth stations and not for feeder link services from any place in the region of satellite broadcasting service feeder link earth stations where there is any limitation or constraint.

(WRC-03)

5.516B shown in the following frequency bands for fixed high density applications:

17.3-17.7GHz (empty) in area 1,

18.3-19.3GHz (empty) in zone 2,

19.7-20.2GHz (empty) at all district offices,

39.5-40GHz (empty) in area 1,

40-40.5GHz (empty) at all district offices,

40.5-42GHz (empty) in zone 2,

47.5-47.9GHz (empty) in area 1,

48.2-48.54GHz (empty) in area 1,

49.44-50.2GHz (empty) in area 1,

And

27.5-27.82GHz (surface) area 1,

28.35-28.45GHz (anti-aircraft) in zone 2,

28.45-28.94GHz (surface) at all district offices,

28.94-29.1GHz (anti-aircraft) in zone 2 and zone 3,

29.25-29.46GHz (anti-aircraft) in zone 2,

29.46-30GHz (surface) at all district offices,

48.2-50.2GHz (anti-aircraft) in zone 2. These bands identified without prejudice to the application of other fixed or primary basis in the band divide and rule of priority has not been established in other businesses use these bands. Authorities consider the rules associated with these bands should pay attention to this point. See also resolution 143th (WRC-03) *.

(WRC-03) 5.517 in zone 2, 17.7-17.8 GHz band fixed satellite (air-to-surface) business use is allowed to work in accordance with the radio regulations assigned to cause harmful interference in satellite broadcasting operations, shall not be required to provide protection.

(WRC-07) 5.518 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07) 5.519 attached: the 18-18.3 of 2 GHz band, as well as zone 1 and 3 18.1-18.4 GHz frequency bands as major businesses to the Meteorological-satellite service (air to ground). Limiting its use of geostationary satellites.

(WRC-07) 5.520 satellite fixed (surface-to-air) business 18.1-18.4 GHz band is limited to satellite broadcasting services to the geostationary satellite feeder links.

(WRC-2000) 5.521 alternative divided: in Germany, and Denmark, the United Arab Emirates and Greece, 18.1-18.4 GHz band to divide primary basis to the fixed service, fixed satellites (air-to-surface) service and mobile services (see paragraphs 5.33). 5.519 shall also apply.

(WRC-03) 5.522 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-2000) 5.522A the fixed service and fixed 18.6-18.8 GHz-band emission limit values in the 21.5A and 21.16. the provision in paragraph 2.

(WRC-2000) 5.522B fixed 18.6-18.8 GHz band is limited to geostationary systems and those systems that orbit apogee of more than 20 000 km.

(WRC-2000) 5.522C 18.6-18.8 GHz frequency band, in Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, and Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, and Lebanon, and Libya, and Morocco, and Oman, and Qatar, and Syria, and Tunisia and Yemen, at the 2000 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-2000) has been operating on the effective date of the final document of the fixed service systems without the limitation of paragraph 21.5A.

(WRC-2000) 5.523 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-2000) 5.523A geostationary and non-geostationary fixed satellite service networks using 18.8-19.3 GHz (air-to-surface) and 28.6-29.1 GHz (surface-to-air) band shall apply the provisions of paragraph 9.11A, provisions of paragraph 22.2 no longer applies. In order to achieve results acceptable to all the parties involved, on November 18, 1995 geostationary satellite networks into the coordination process before the competent authorities should make the best possible pursuant to paragraph 9.11A of the regulations and wireless communications Bureau notified before this date information coordination of non-geostationary-satellite networks. Non-geostationary-satellite networks shall not be the complete Appendix 4 notification information is received prior to November 18, 1995, by wireless communications Bureau think that cause harmful interference to geostationary fixed network.

(WRC-97) 5.523B fixed 19.3-19.6 GHz (surface-to-air) band limited to the mobile-satellite service feeder links of non-geostationary systems.

And 9.11A should be invoked, while 22.2 does not apply. 5.523C paragraph 22.2 of the radio regulations of the 19.3-19.6 GHz and 29.1-29.4 GHz band continues to apply its complete Appendix 4 coordination information or notification information is received prior to November 18, 1995, by wireless communications Bureau think that the network of non-geostationary mobile-satellite service feeder links and fixed network.

(WRC-97) 5.523D fixed the geostationary satellite system and the mobile-satellite service feeder links of non-geostationary satellite systems using the 19.3-19.7 GHz (air-to-surface) band invoked the provisions of paragraph 9.11A, instead of the provisions of paragraph 22.2. This band for other non-geostationary fixed satellite systems, or 5.523C and 5.523E as shown in the application, is not required to invoke provisions of paragraph 9.11A, shall continue in accordance with the 9th (9.11A thereof) and the procedures and provisions of paragraph 22.2 of the 11th.

(WRC-97) 5.523E paragraph 22.2 of the radio regulations of the 19.6-19.7 GHz and 29.4-29.5 GHz frequency bands continue to apply to non-geostationary mobile-satellite service networks of feeder link and its complete Appendix 4 coordination information or notification information is considered before November 21, 1997 by BR fixed networks has received.

(WRC-97) 5.524 attached: the in Afghanistan, and Algeria, Angola, Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, and Brunei Darussalam, Cameroon, China, Congo, gesita Rica, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Gabon, Guatemala, Guinea, India, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Israel, and Japan, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Malaysia, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Nepal, Nigeria, Oman, and Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, and Arab Syria Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, the Democratic People's Republic, Singapore, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania, Chad, Togo and Tunisia, 19.7-21.2 GHz frequency band is also allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile services. This additional use of 19.7-21.2 GHz frequency band shall not be fixed the space station's power flux density and 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the mobile-satellite service in the space station power flux density of any restrictions.

(WRC-12)

5.525 in order to promote mobile satellite operations and regional coordination between the fixed network, satellite mobile service carrier should as far as possible in highly vulnerable to interference 19.7-20.2 GHz and 29.5-30 GHz-band high section.

5.526 in 19.7-20.2GHz (District 2) and 29.5-30GHz band and the 20.1-20.2GHz and 29.9-30GHz bands of the area 1 and area 3, fixed and mobile-satellite service networks to include designated sites or unspecified locations between each Earth station or through one or more satellites in the movement of point to point and point to multipoint communication link between each Earth station.

5.527 19.7-20.2 GHz and 29.5-30 GHz frequency band 4.1 shall not apply to mobile satellite services. 5.528 Division aimed at space stations to the mobile-satellite service using the narrow spot beam antennas and other advanced technology network.

In zone 2, 19.7-20.1 GHz and 20.1-20.2 GHz-band operation of mobile-satellite service systems the competent authorities shall take all feasible measures, ensure that these frequency bands are available for those in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 5.524 operate fixed and mobile systems departments continue to use.

5.529 in zone 2, satellite mobile service using 19.7-20.1 GHz and 29.5-29.9 GHz band is limited to 5.526 described in fixed and mobile satellite service satellite network. 5.530 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-12) 5.530A unless it has reached separate agreements between the competent authorities, or authorities of any fixed or mobile stations in zone 1 and 3 of any point in the territory of any other competent authorities 3 metres above the ground of the power flux density in the 20% of time shall not exceed -120.4 dB (W/(M2 · MHz)). At the time of calculation, departments should use the latest ITU-r P.452 proposals (see recommendations ITU-r BO.1898).

(WRC-12) 5.530B 21.4-22 GHz frequency bands, in order to promote the development of satellite broadcasting business, encourage District 1 and 3 the competent authorities not to deploy mobile service stations and limit the deployment of fixed service stations on a point-to-point link.

(WRC-12) 5.530C 21.4-22 GHz frequency band shall comply with resolution No. 755 (WRC-12) requirements.

(WRC-12) 5.530D see resolution No. 555 (WRC-12).

(WRC-12)

5.531 additional divided: in Japan, 21.4-22 GHz frequency band to the main conditions of use are also allocated to the broadcasting business.

5.532 satellite Earth observation (passive) service and space research (passive) business 22.21-22.5 GHz frequency bands should not be fixed business and impose restrictions on the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile. 5.532A space research service earth station distance between corresponding boundaries with neighbouring countries shall be at least maintained at 54 kilometers to protect existing and future deployment of fixed and mobile services, unless the competent authorities agree on a shorter distance between. Paragraphs 9.17 and 9.18, does not apply.

(WRC-12) 5.532B fixed (surface-to-air) in District 1 for 24.65-25.25 GHz frequency band and in District 3 for 24.65-24.75 GHz band to limit the use of using a minimum antenna diameter of 4.5 metres of Earth station.

(WRC-12)

5.533 inter not to radionavigation airport surface detection equipment-radio requests for protection from harmful interference. 5.534 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-03)

5.535 in 24.75-25.25 GHz frequency bands, satellite broadcast business than satellite feeder link fixed (surface-to-air) other business applications have priority, should protect these other applications already exist and will enable the satellite broadcast business of feeder road links network, and is not subject to protection requests. 5.535A fixed 29.1-29.5 GHz (surface-to-air) band limited to geostationary satellite systems and mobile-satellite service feeder links of non-geostationary satellite systems. Such use must be invoked provisions of paragraph 9.11A, without having to invoke the provisions of paragraph 22.2, unless otherwise specified in the 5.523C and 5.523E, those applications should not invoke the provisions of paragraph 9.11A, and should continue to be in compliance with section 9th (9.11A thereof) and 11th procedures and comply with the provisions of paragraph 22.2.

(WRC-97)

5.536 use inter 25.25-27.5 GHz band is limited to space research and satellite Earth observation applications, data transmission and the space industry and medical activities. 5.536A satellite Earth observation business or operations in the space research service earth station operations by the competent authorities may require other fixed and mobile radio business protection. In addition, satellite Earth observation business or the space research service earth station should take account of the latest version of recommendations ITU-r SA.1862.

(WRC-12)

5.536B in Saudi Arabia, and Austria, and Belgium, and Brazil, and Bulgaria, China, Korea, and Denmark, and Egypt and the United Arab Emirates, Estonia, and Finland, and Hungary, and India, and Iran Islamic Republic, Ireland, and Israel, and Italy, and Jordan, and Kenya, Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Libya, and Liechtenstein, and Lithuania, Moldova, Norway, and Oman, and Uganda, and Pakistan, and Philippines, and Poland, and Portugal, and Arab Syria Republic, and democratic people's Republic, and Slovakia, and, and Romania, and United Kingdom, and Singapore, and Sweden, and Switzerland, and Tanzania, and Turkey, and Viet Nam and Zimbabwe, in 25.5-27 GHz band within operation of satellite earth detection business of Earth station shall not to fixed business and mobile business of radio requirements protection, or limit this two species business radio of using and deployment. (WRC-12)
5.536C in Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, Botswana, Brazil, Cameroon, the Comoros, Cuba, Djibouti, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Estonia, and Finland, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Israel, and Jordan, and Kenya, and Kuwait, and Lithuania, and Malaysia, and Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, and Qatar, Arab Syria Republic, Somalia, the Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania, Tunisia, and Uruguay, Zambia and Zimbabwe, 25.5-27 GHz frequency band in the space research service earth stations shall not be required to run in fixed and mobile radio business protection, or to restrict its use and deployment.

(WRC-12)

Inter 5.537 27-27.5 GHz frequency band of non-geostationary satellite spatial operations need not comply with the provisions of paragraph 22.2. 5.537A in Bhutan, Cameroon, Korea, the Russian Federation, India, and Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Japan, and Kazakhstan, and Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, the Philippines, Kyrgyzstan, Republic of Korea, the Sudan, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Viet Nam, and also enables the 27.9-28.2 GHz frequency bands allocated to the fixed service in the territory of the country by high altitude platform stations (HAPS). In the above mentioned countries, HAPS to divide 300 MHz to the fixed service used by this class further limited to HAPS to the ground operation, and not for other types of fixed service systems or other harmful interference as the main business nor its protection. In addition, the development of other business may not be restricted by HAPS. See resolution 145th (WRC-12, as amended).

(WRC-12, as amended) 5.538 additional Division: 27.500-27.501 GHz and 29.999-30.000 GHz frequency band to the main conditions of use also satellite-fixed (air-to-surface) business, uplink power control for beacon transmission. This kind of air transport in the direction of adjacent satellites in the geostationary-satellite orbit, its equivalent radiated power (e.i.r.p.) must not exceed +10 dBW.

(WRC-07)

5.539 27.5-30 GHz frequency band can be used for fixed satellite (surface-to-air) business, providing feeder links for the satellite broadcasting business.

5.540 additional Division: 27.501-29.999 GHz frequency band to secondary conditions of use also to fixed satellite (air-to-surface) business, uplink power control for beacon transmission.

5.541 28.5-30 GHz frequency bands, satellite Earth observation business between the radio data transmission, through active or passive detectors to collect raw information is not subject to this restriction. 5.541A 29.1-29.5 GHz (surface-to-air) band of non-geostationary mobile-satellite service satellite network feeder links of geostationary satellites and fixed network should be used for uplink Adaptive power control or other compensation methods to reduce interference between two networks at the same time the Earth station launched to meet the desired link performance power level. These methods should be applied to those wireless communications Bureau on May 17, 1996, after receiving its Appendix 4 coordination information network, and and in the next World Radiocommunication Conference of the right to make changes to its time. In Appendix 4 coordination information submitted prior to that date should be encouraged authorities in using these technologies to the extent feasible.

(WRC-2000) 5.542 additional divided: in Algeria, and Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, and Brunei Darussalam, Cameroon, China, Congo, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Guinea, India, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Japan, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Malaysia, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Nepal, and Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, the Arab Syria Republic, Korea, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Sri Lanka and Chad, 29.5-31 GHz frequency band is also allocated as a secondary business fixed and mobile services. Paragraph 21.3 and 21.5 provides power limit shall apply.

(WRC-12)

5.543 29.95-30 GHz frequency band to secondary conditions for telemetry, tracking and control of satellite Earth observation business of air-to-air links. 5.543A in Bhutan, Cameroon, Korea, the Russian Federation, India, and Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Japan, and Kazakhstan, and Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, the Philippines, Kyrgyzstan, Republic of Korea, the Sudan, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Viet Nam, allocated to the fixed service in 31-31.3 GHz band will be determined by the use of high altitude platform stations (HAPS) of HAPS in the ground to use the system. Using HAPS system 31-31.3 GHz frequency band usage is limited to the territory of those countries, and not for other types of fixed service systems, mobile systems and operation system of harmful interference under subsection 5.545 nor its protection. Moreover, these business development should not be limited by HAPS. Taking into account the standards of protection under the ITU-RRA.769 proposal, HAPS system 31-31.3 GHz frequency band shall not 31.3-31.8 GHz frequency bands get major businesses of the radio astronomy service cause harmful interference. In order to ensure the protection of satellite passive operations, 31.3-31.8 GHz frequency bands into useless HAPS ground station antenna power density level in clear sky conditions required to limit -106 dB (W/MHz), in the rainy conditions, for Suppression of rain attenuation, if the effective impact of passive satellite less than sky condition under the influence, you can increase to -100 dB (W/MHz). See resolution 145th (WRC-12, as amended).

(WRC-12)

5.544 31-31.3 GHz frequency band, 21st in table 21-4 provides the power flux density limits, shall apply to the space research service. 5.545 different business types: in Armenia, and Georgia, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, 31-31.3 GHz frequency bands allocated to space research as a key business operations (see section 5.33).

(WRC-12) 5.546 different types of business: in Saudi Arabia, and Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, and Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Spain, and Estonia, the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Hungary, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Israel, and Jordan, and Lebanon, Moldova, Mongolia, and Oman, and Uzbekistan, and Poland, Arab Syria Republic, Kyrgyzstan, and Romania and the United Kingdom, and South Africa, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Turkey, 31.5-31.8 GHz frequency bands allocated to the main business of the fixed service and the mobile service, except aeronautical mobile (see section 5.33).

(WRC-12) 5.547 31.8-33.4 GHz, 37-40 GHz, 40.5-43.5 GHz, 51.4-52.6 GHz, 55.78-59 GHz and 64-66 GHz frequency band can be used for high density fixed business application (see resolution 75th (WRC-2000)). Authorities in considering the rules associated with the band articles should take account of that. Due to the possibility of 39.5-40 GHz and 40.5-42 GHz frequency bands deployment of high-density fixed application (see paragraph 5.516B), the competent authorities shall, as appropriate, to further take into account potential constraints to high-density applications in the fixed service.

(WRC-07) 5.547A departments shall take practical measures to reduce the 31.8-33.4 GHz band fixed service radio and radionavigation potential interference between airborne radio station, taking airborne radar systems operation.

(WRC-2000) 5.547B alternative: the United States, 31.8-32 GHz frequency bands allocated to mainly use conditions radionavigation and space research (deep space) (air-to-surface) business.

(WRC-97) 5.547C alternative: the United States, 32-32.3 GHz frequency bands allocated to mainly use conditions radionavigation and space research (deep space) (air-to-surface) business.

(WRC-03) 5.547D alternative: the United States, 32.3-33 GHz frequency band to primary basis allocated to satellite radionavigation.

(WRC-97) 5.547E alternative: the United States, 33-33.4 GHz frequency bands allocated to radio navigation services to mainly use conditions.

(WRC-97) 5.548 authorities designed to 32.3-33 GHz frequency band of inter, 32-33 GHz band radio navigation business, 31.8-32.3 GHz frequency bands for space research (deep space) operating system, should take all necessary measures to prevent harmful interference between these business and focus on security issues radionavigation (see recommendation No. 707).

(WRC-03) 5.549 attached: the in Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, Bangladesh, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Gabon, Indonesia, and Iran Islamic Republic of, Iraq, and Israel, and Jordan, and Kuwait, and Lebanon, and Libya, and Malaysia, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Nepal, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Republic of Congo, Arab Syria, and of the Republic of Singapore, and Somalia, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Togo, Tunisia and Yemen, 33.4-36 GHz is also allocated to the main business of the fixed and mobile services.

(WRC-12) 5.549A 35.5-36.0 GHz frequency band, on any point of more than 0.8 ° from the beam centre, satellite Earth observation service (active) and space research service (active) spaceborne sensor in the average power flux density of the Earth's surface should not exceed -73.3 dB (W/m2).

(WRC-03) 5.550 different types of business: in Armenia, and Azerbaijan, and Belarus, and the Russian Federation, Georgia, and Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, 34.7-35.2 GHz frequency bands allocated to space research as a key business operations (see section 5.33).

(WRC-12) 5.550A 36-37 GHz-band satellite Earth observation (passive) service and the fixed service and the mobile service shared between, resolution No. 752 (WRC-07) shall apply.

(WRC-07) 5.551 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-97) 5.551A has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-03) 5.551AA has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-03) 5.551B has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-2000) 5.551C has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-2000) 5.551D has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-2000) 5.551E has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-2000) 5.551F different types of business: in Japan, 41.5-42.5 GHz frequency band allocated to mobile services to mainly use conditions (see paragraphs 5.33).

(WRC-97) 5.551G has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-03)

5.551H fixed running 42-42.5 GHz frequency band (air-to-surface) or satellite broadcast service in any non-geostationary satellite systems of space radios 42.5-43.5 GHz frequency band to produce equivalent power flux density (epfd) shall not be more than 2% time, any radio astronomy station site exceeds the following values:

Any radio astronomy station registered SLR telescope site, 42.5-43.5 GHz frequency bands in the 1 GHz -230 dB (W/m2) per 500 kHz -246 dB (W/m2);

Registered in any very long baseline radio Interferometer radio astronomy station site, 42.5-43.5 GHz frequency bands, each 500 kHz -209 dB (W/m2).

These epfd values must be listed in recommendations ITU-r S.1586-1 and ITU-R RA.1631 proposal is listed in the radio astronomy service reference antenna patterns and assess the maximum antenna gain and the whole sky and is greater than the minimum Qmin operation angle of elevation radio telescope (in the absence of notification data, should use the default value of 5 °) apply.

These values shall apply to any radio astronomy station of one of the following conditions are met:

Run-July 5, 2003 and before January 4, 2004 radio astronomy station of the Radiocommunication Bureau has been notified;

-Suitable in the limits of space stations which complete Appendix 4 coordination information or notification has been received before the date of notice of the radio astronomy station. In these other radio astronomy stations notified after the date required authorities reached an agreement with the authorized space stations. In zone 2, resolution No. 743 (WRC-03) shall apply. Radio astronomy station site can be agreed by the competent authorities of any country beyond the limits in the footnote.

(WRC-07)

5.551I operator 42-42.5 GHz band fixed (air-to-surface) or satellite broadcast services (air-to-surface) geostationary satellites of space radios 42.5-43.5 GHz frequency band power flux density at any Radio Astronomy Observatory is located, shall not exceed the following values:

-In any of the register as a single telescope Radio Astronomy Observatory is located, in any 1 GHz 42.5-43.5 GHz frequency bands for -137 band dB (W/m2), any 500 kHz frequency band for the -153 dB (W/m2);

-Any registered as very long baseline interferometry in Radio Astronomy Observatory is located, in any 500 kHz within the frequency band 42.5-43.5 GHz frequency band to -116 dB (W/m2).

These values should be used with any Radio Astronomy Observatory is located in the following:

-July 5, 2003, operation and before January 4, 2004, has been notified to the Radiocommunication Bureau of Radio Astronomy Observatory;

-Upon receipt of the complete Appendix 4 restrictions on the use of the space station to coordinate or notice before information was Radio Astronomy Observatory. In these subsequent to the date of notification of Radio Astronomy Observatory to seek authority to conclude agreements with the space station. In zone 2, should be guided by resolution No. 743 (WRC-03). In Radio Astronomy Observatory is located under national authorities reached an agreement, this limit can be exceeded in the footnote.

(WRC-03) 5.552 42.5-43.5 GHz and 47.2-50.2 GHz frequency band of spectrum allocated to fixed surface to air transport, is greater than the 37.5-39.5 GHz frequency band allocated to air transport spectrum, with the aim to hold satellite broadcasting feeder link.

Urges the authorities to adopt all practicable measures, 47.2-49.2 GHz frequency bands reserved for operations at the 40.5-42.5 GHz band satellite broadcasting service feeder links. 5.552A 47.2-47.5 GHz and 47.9-48.2 GHz frequency bands for fixed service Division was assigned to the upper stratosphere radio use. 47.2-47.5 GHz and 47.9-48.2 GHz frequency band shall comply with the 122th resolution (WRC-07, as amended) provisions.

(WRC-07) 5.553 land mobile service radios 43.5-47 GHz and 66-71 GHz frequency bands, but not to these bands is divided into space causing harmful interference to the radio communication service (see paragraphs 5.43).

(WRC-2000) 5.554 during 43.5-47 GHz, 66-71 GHz, 95-100 GHz, 123-130 GHz, 191.8-200 GHz and 252-265 GHz band, for mobile-satellite service or used satellite radionavigation satellite links also allow land station connection to the specified fixed point.

(WRC-2000) 5.554A fixed (air-to-surface) using 47.5-47.9 GHz,48.2-48.54 GHz and 49.44-50.2 GHz frequency band, limited to a geostationary satellite.

(WRC-03) 5.555 additional Division: 48.94-49.04 GHz frequency band to the main conditions are also allocated to the radio astronomy service.

(WRC-2000) 5.555A has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-03) 5.555B operator 48.2-48.54 GHz and 49.44-50.2 GHz band fixed (air-to-surface) a geostationary space stations in power flux density from 48.94-49.04 GHz frequency band, any Radio Astronomy Observatory is located in any of the 500 kHz band, should not exceed -151.8 dB (W/m2).

(WRC-03) 5.556 at 51.4-54.25 GHz, 58.2-59 GHz and 64-65 GHz band, in accordance with national arrangements for radio astronomy observations.

(WRC-2000) 5.556A inter 54.25-56.9 GHz, 57.0-58.2 GHz and 59.0-59.3 GHz band is limited to satellites in the geostationary-satellite orbit. From 0 km to 1 000 km above the Earth's surface from any altitude between inter have a unidirectional radio input power flux-density in all conditions and under all modulations, for all angles of arrival shall not exceed -147 dB (W/(M2 · 100MHz)).

(WRC-97) 5.556B additional Division: in Japan, 54.25-55.78 GHz frequency band to the main conditions of use also for low density use of mobile services.

(WRC-97) 5.557 additional divided: in Japan, 55.78-58.2 GHz frequency band to the main conditions of use also for radiolocation operations.

(WRC-97) 5.557A 55.78-56.26 GHz frequency bands, in order to protect satellite Earth observation (passive) business radio, fixed radio transmitters into the antenna the maximum power density in the -26 dB (W/MHz).

(WRC-2000) 5.558 aeronautical mobile business radios 55.78-58.2 GHz, 59-64 GHz, 66-71 GHz, 122.25-123 GHz, 130-134 GHz, 167-174.8 GHz and 191.8-200 GHz band, shall not cause harmful interference to satellite services (see paragraphs 5.43).

(WRC-2000) 5.558A satellite system 56.9-57 GHz frequency band, limited to satellites in the geostationary satellite orbit between the link and the high Earth orbit satellites in non-geostationary satellites to low Earth orbit launches. For satellites in the geostationary-satellite orbit between link from 0 km to 1 000 km above the Earth's surface at any altitude of one-way input power flux density in all conditions and under all modulations, for all angles of arrival shall not exceed -147 dB (W/(M2 · 100MHz)).

(WRC-97) 5.559 radiolocation operations airborne radar to work 59-64 GHz frequency band, but shall not cause harmful interference to satellite services (see paragraphs 5.43).

(WRC-2000) 5.559A has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-07)

5.560 in the business of satellite Earth observation services and space research station radar can be used by major conditions in 78-79 GHz frequency band. 5.561 74-76 GHz frequency band, fixed, mobile and broadcasting services radio shall be placed on the fixed radio frequency assignment plan according to the satellite broadcasting business working in the relevant decisions of the General Assembly of the satellite radio stations causing harmful interference.

(WRC-2000) 5.561A 81-81.5 GHz frequency band to secondary use conditions are also allocated to the amateur service and amateur satellite services.

(WRC-2000) 5.561B in Japan, fixed satellites (surface-to-air) business 84-86 GHz frequency band, limited to geostationary orbit satellite broadcast service feeder links.

(WRC-2000) 5.562 satellite Earth observation (active) service and space research (active) business 94-94.1 GHz band is limited to spaceborne cloud radar.

(WRC-97) 5.562A in the 94-94.1GHz and 130-134GHz bands, when satellite Earth observation (active) business the launch space station direction pointing to the main beam of the antenna for radio astronomy, potential damage to the receivers for radio astronomy. Operating the space station transmitter departments and relevant radio astronomy observatories should coordinate action plans, to the maximum extent to avoid jamming occurred.

(WRC-2000) 5.562B 105-109.5 GHz,111.8-114.25 GHz,155.5-158.5 GHz and 217-226 GHz to restrict the use of space based radio astronomy.

(WRC-2000) 5.562C inter 116-122.25 GHz frequency band, limited to geostationary orbit satellites. Inter have a unidirectional radio input power flux density, in any condition, any modulation mode, in the 0 to 1 000 km above the Earth's surface at any altitude, was occupied by passive sensors around all of the geostationary satellite orbit positions for all angles of arrival shall not exceed -148 dB (W/(M2 · MHz)).

(WRC-2000) 5.562D additional Division: in Korea, 128-130 GHz, 171-171.6 GHz, 172.2-172.8 GHz and 173.3-174 GHz frequency band by 2015 mainly use conditions are also allocated to the radio astronomy service.

(WRC-2000) 5.562E of satellite Earth observation (active) Business Division is limited to 133.5-134 GHz frequency band.

(WRC-2000) 5.562F 155.5-158.5 GHz frequency bands of satellite Earth observation (passive) service and space research (passive) Services Division as of January 1, 2018.

(WRC-2000) 5.562G 155.5-158.5 GHz frequency bands for fixed and Mobile Services Division with effect from January 1, 2018.

(WRC-2000) 5.562H inter 174.8-182 GHz and 185-190 GHz frequency band, limited to geostationary orbit satellites. Inter have a unidirectional radio input power flux density, in any condition, any modulation mode, in the 0 to 1 000 km above the Earth's surface at any altitude, was occupied by passive sensors around all of the geostationary satellite orbit positions for all angles of arrival shall not exceed -144 dB (W/(M2 · MHz)).

(WRC-2000) 5.563 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-03) 5.563A during 200-209 GHz, 235-238 GHz, 250-252 GHz and 265-275 GHz band can be ground-based passive atmospheric sensing for monitoring atmospheric composition.

(WRC-2000) 5.563B 237.9-238 GHz frequency bands allocated to satellite Earth observation (active) service and space research (active) service, limited to spaceborne cloud radar.

(WRC-2000) 5.564 has been repealed.

(SUP-WRC-2000)

5.565 275-1 000 GHz frequency range below the frequency band is passive by the competent Department for business applications:

-The radio astronomy service: 275-323 GHz, 327-371 GHz, 388-424 GHz, 426-442 GHz, 453-510 GHz, 623-711 GHz, 795-909 GHz and 926-945 GHz; Earth exploration-satellite service (passive) and space research (passive): 275-286 GHz, 296-306 GHz, 313-356GHz, and 361-365 GHz, 369-392 GHz, 397-399 GHz, 409-411 GHz, 416-434 GHz, 439-467 GHz, 477-502GHz, and 523-527 GHz and the 538-581GHz, and

611-630GHz, and 634-654 GHz, 657-692 GHz, 713-718 GHz, 729-733GHz, and 750-754 GHz, 771-776 GHz and the 823-846 GHz and the 850-854GHz and the 857-862 GHz, 866-882 GHz, 905-928 GHz, 951-956 GHz, 968-973 GHz and 985-990 GHz. Passive business the use of 275-1 000 GHz range does not exclude the use of active operations for the scope.

Urges hope will be in the range of 275-1 000 GHz frequency for active application of competent authorities to take all practicable measures to 275-1 000 GHz frequency range above the frequency allocation table identified before protection of passive services from harmful interference. 1-all frequency 000-3000 GHz range is available to the active and passive use.

    (WRC-12)

3.6 Chinese radio frequency allocations footnote CHN1 90-95 kHz maritime mobile services in the band, limited to the coast radio station Radio.

(2001) CHN2 68.5 ± 1 kHz, 100 ± 10 kHz can be used for standard frequency and time signal service.

(2001) CHN3 1 650 kHz, 1 750 kHz, 1 frequency of 800 kHz of domestic radio navigation and other services shall not cause harmful interference.

(2001) CHN4 the bandwidth can be limited to the radio location service shall not cause harmful interference to other services.

(2001)

CHN5 4 292-4 305 kHz、6 443-6 457 kHz、8 803-8 813 kHz、10 555-10 655 kHz、10 740- 10 760 kHz, and 13 155-13 165 kHz, and 14 815-14 825 kHz,17 155-17 165 kHz, and 19 750-19 760 kHz, and 22 510-22 520 kHz and 25 080-25 090 kHz guard bands in China, used to move water business. 20 015 kHz for domestic protection of frequency.

(2001) CHN6 broadcasting services requires coordination before using 5 900-5 950 kHz, 7 300-7 350 kHz, 9 400-9 500 kHz, and 11 600-11 650 kHz, and 12 050-12 100 kHz, and 13 570-13 600 kHz, and 13 800-13 870 kHz, and 15 600-15 800 kHz, 17 480-17 550 kHz, 18 900-19 020 KHz 798-806 MHz frequency band.

(2001) CHN7 mobile services on the 31-35 MHz band can be used for water, as its main business. 33.0 MHz can be used for offshore safety rescue communications, other businesses may not cause harmful interference. 27.5-29.7 MHz band radio is available up to the end of existing fisheries. Other frequencies 29.7-39.5 MHz band can be used for moving on the water business in the coastal provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions as the main business, for minor operations in other areas.

(As revised in 2010) CHN8 without disrupting the broadcast business conditions, 48.5-72.5 MHz, 76-84 MHz for fixed and mobile services.

(2001) CHN9 (2010/delete)
CHN10 76-108 MHz radio location service is limited to your existing equipment, you can continue to control the use; 100-108 MHz aeronautical mobile services restricted to existing equipment, you can continue to use. 76-84 MHz and 87-108 MHz frequency band, in case of fixed, mobile, air mobile, radiolocation operations interfere with broadcast business, measures should be taken to eliminate interference.

(2001) CHN11 229-235MHz in Miyun bulaotun town, in qiannan of Guizhou province for the radio astronomy service and other services shall not cause harmful interference.

(Revised in 2014)

CHN12 322-328.6 MHz frequency band for radio astronomy as their primary business, is now used in Beijing's Miyun County bulaotun town, Nanshan area Urumqi in Xinjiang, in qiannan of Guizhou province, Xinjiang qitai County;

406.1-410 MHz frequency band for radio astronomy as their primary business, is now used in bulaotun town, Miyun County, Beijing, Xinjiang Urumqi Nanshan area, qiannan, plain and bordered white banner in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang qitai County in Guizhou province;

608-614 MHz frequency band for radio astronomy as their primary business, is now used in Beijing's Miyun County bulaotun town, Nanshan area Urumqi, Xinjiang, Guizhou province in qiannan, plain and bordered white banner in Inner Mongolia;

1 330-1 400 MHz frequency band for radio astronomy as their primary business, which are now used in Huairou and Miyun County of bulaotun town in Beijing, Shanghai, Sheshan, Phoenix mountain in Kunming in Yunnan province and Xinjiang Urumqi Nanshan area, qiannan, plain and bordered white banner in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang qitai County in Guizhou province;

1 610.6-1 613.8 MHz, 1 718.8-1 722.2 MHz frequency band for radio astronomy as their primary business, which are now used in bulaotun town, Miyun County and in Huairou County in Beijing, Kunming, Yunnan, Shanghai Sheshan, Feng Huang Shan, Xinjiang Urumqi Nanshan area, qiannan, plain and bordered white banner in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang qitai County in Guizhou province;

1 660-1 670 MHz frequency band for radio astronomy as their primary business, which are now used in Beijing Huairou and Miyun County bulaotun town, Sheshan in Shanghai, Xinjiang Urumqi Nanshan District, Lintong, Shaanxi Province, Guizhou province, qiannan autonomous prefecture, Yunnan province Kunming Phoenix mountain, plain and bordered white banner in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang qitai County;

2 655-2 690 MHz frequency band for radio astronomy as their primary business, is now used in Beijing's Huairou County, Jiangsu huaiyin, qiannan, plain and bordered white banner in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang qitai County in Guizhou province;

3 260-3 267 MHz, 3 332-3 339 MHz, 3 345.8-3 352.5 MHz frequency band for radio astronomy as their primary business, is used in Beijing's Huairou County, qiannan, plain and bordered white banner in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang qitai County, Guizhou province;

4 825-4 835 MHz, 4 950-4 990 MHz, 4 990-5 000 MHz band radio astronomy as their primary business, is now used in bulaotun town, Miyun County, Beijing, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Nanjing purple mountain, Nanshan area Urumqi, Xinjiang, Guizhou province in qiannan Phoenix mountain, plain and bordered white banner in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang qitai County and Kunming in Yunnan;

6 650-6 675.2 MHz frequency band for radio astronomy as their primary business, is now used in Beijing's Huairou County, Nanjing's Purple Mountain, Nanshan in Urumqi, Xinjiang region, in qiannan of Guizhou province, plain and bordered white banner in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang qitai County;

10.6-10.68 GHz band radio astronomy as their primary business, which are now used in Xinjiang Urumqi Nanshan area bulaotun town, Miyun County, Beijing, plain and bordered white banner in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang qitai County;

14.47-14.50 GHz band radio astronomy as their primary business, is now used in bulaotun town, Miyun County, Beijing, plain and bordered white banner in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang qitai County;

15.35-15.4 GHz band radio astronomy as their primary business, is now used in bulaotun town, Miyun County, Beijing, plain and bordered white banner in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang qitai County;

22.01-22.5 GHz, 22.81-22.86 GHz, 23.07-23.12 GHz, 23.6-24 GHz band radio astronomy as their primary business, is now used in delingha, Qinghai province, Shanghai, Xinjiang Urumqi Nanshan area bulaotun town, Miyun County, Beijing, Xinjiang qitai County;

31.3-31.8 GHz band radio astronomy as their primary business, is now used in bulaotun town, Miyun County, Beijing, Shanghai, Xinjiang qitai County;

42.5-43.5 GHz band radio astronomy as their primary business, is now used in delingha, Qinghai province, Shanghai, Xinjiang Urumqi Nanshan area bulaotun town, Miyun County, Beijing, Xinjiang qitai County;

84-94 GHz, 94.1-116 GHz, 200-231.5 GHz, 241-275 GHz band radio astronomy as their primary business, is now used in Qinghai in delingha city, the city of Lhasa, Tibet, when Yang BA Jing town of qitai County of Xinjiang. Other services shall not cause harmful interference to all radio astronomy service.

(Revised in 2014) CHN13 other business not on the 344-351 MHz band mobile satellite (air-to-surface) business and the 389-396 MHz band mobile satellite (surface-to-air) business cause harmful interference.

(2001) CHN14 broadcasting limited to Zhuhai bottom Hill TV transmitter 582-590 MHz, wuguishan in Zhongshan TV transmitter 590-598 MHz.

(2001) CHN15 radio navigation services need coordination with the broadcasting service before using 606-610 MHz frequency band.

(2001) CHN16 905-925 MHz for aeronautical radio-navigation service, a minor business; 925-930 MHz for aeronautical radio-navigation service, as its main business, other businesses may not cause harmful interference.

(2001) CHN17 Yu Fengkuo available 1270-1375 MHz frequency band using radio positioning service line radar, and to comply with the radio regulations resolution No. 217, give priority to the use of 1295-1375MHz.

(Revised in 2014) CHN17-1 470-494 MHz frequency band to secondary conditions of use available radar Yu Fengkuo lines, and to comply with the radio regulations resolution No. 217.

(2014) CHN18 existing radiolocation operations should be removed as soon as possible 1 535-1 544 MHz and 1 545-1 645.5 MHz, 1 645.5-1 660 MHz, 1 850-1 880 MHz, 2 085-2 120 MHz, 3 400-3 800 MHz, 5 925-6 425 MHz, 7 500-8 185 MHz, 14-15.35 GHz frequency band, from the end of 2005 cannot enable the new equipment, However, existing equipment is available up to the equipment scrapped.

(2001) CHN19 1 545-1 559 MHz frequency band is available up to the end of existing radio navigation equipment, from the end of 2005 cannot enable the new equipment.

(2001) CHN20 from the date of promulgation of this provision, in this band shall not develop, produce, and enable new radio location service of radio stations, radio location service station equipment scrap so far. During this period, the coordination of radio interference by major businesses.

(As revised in 2010) CHN21 3 600-4 200 MHz, 4 400-4 990 MHz, 5 925-6 425 MHz, 6 425-7 110 MHz the fixed service are mainly used for large-capacity microwave radio relay trunk network, while other microwave line-building, have been built or planned the construction of large-capacity microwave radio relay trunk network shall not cause harmful interference.

(2001) CHN22 radio positioning service required coordination with the maritime radio navigation services before using 5 470-5 650 MHz frequency band.

(2001) CHN23 6 425-7 250 MHz band in some areas by coordinating the rear part of the frequency band for radio location service can be used.

(2001) CHN24 24.45-24.65 GHz frequency bands for radio positioning secondary business, but should be gradually removed.

(2001) CHN25 mobile satellite (air-to-surface) business using 1 544-1 545 MHz frequency bands, apply to distress and safety communications and other services shall not cause harmful interference.

(2006) CHN26 from the date of promulgation of this provision, in this band shall not develop, produce, and enabling new mobile (except aeronautical mobile) radio, existing mobile radio equipment using scrap so far. During this period, the coordination of radio interference by major businesses.

(2010) CHN27 5 091-5 150MHz band in the aeronautical mobile (r) business aeronautical radio-navigation service in the band should not cause harmful interference.

(2010) CHN28 the band introduced a related international footnotes for IMT applications, does not change the existing business priorities in the mobile business in the partition table. Meanwhile, should research the band was divided into business application pattern, frequency planning, compatible coexistence between business requirements and coordination procedures. Prior to that, IMT is not put into deployment, but in the 2300-2400MHz band, IMT can be used indoors.

(2010) CHN29 mobile service on VHF frequencies used should comply with the ITU Radio Regulations Article 31st, 52nd and provided in Appendix 18.

(2014) CHN30, 4438-4488kHz, and 5250-5275kHz, and 9305-9355kHz, and 13450-13550kHz, and 16100-16200kHz, 24450-24600kHz, 26200-26350kHz bands can use secondary conditions for Marine radar, 39.5-40MHz bands can use conditions for Marine radar, and in accordance with the radio regulations Resolution No. 612 (WRC-12, as amended).

(2014) Appendix 1: transmitter frequency tolerance

1 unless otherwise stated, frequency tolerance provision had been made in the 1th part and number to 106 per cent. 2 unless otherwise stated, all kinds of radio power, means peak envelope power for SSB transmitter, for other types of transmitter average power.

"Radio transmitter power" has been down in the 1th part definition of the term.

3 for technical and operational reasons, certain types of radio stations may need to be more strict than listed in the table of frequency tolerance.

(Picture, see the original) transmitter frequency tolerance table

1 for direct printing telegraph or data transfer coast station transmitters, the allowance is:

Narrow-band phase-shift-keying to 5 Hz;

-January 2, 1992, has been used or installation of frequency shift keying transmitter for 15 Hz;

-Frequency shift keying transmitter installed after January 1, 1992 to 10 Hz. 2 the coast station transmitters for digital selective calling, the allowance for 10 Hz.

(WRC-03)

3 for direct printing telegraph or data transmission of ship station transmitters, the tolerance is:

Narrow-band phase-shift-keying to 5 Hz;

-January 2, 1992, has been used or installed frequency shift keying transmitter for 40 Hz;

-Frequency shift keying transmitter installed after January 1, 1992 to 10 Hz. 4 for the ship station transmitter for digital selective calling, the allowance for 10 Hz.

(WRC-03)

5 If the emergency transmitter is used as main transmitter of the machine, you can use a ship station transmitter tolerance.

6 for other than single sideband radiotelephone coast station transmitters, the allowance is:

-1 606.5-4 000 kHz and 4 to 29.7 MHz band, peak envelope power less than or equal to 200 w and 500 w, respectively, tolerance for 50 Hz.

-1 606.5-4 000 kHz and 4 to 29.7 MHz band, is greater than 200 w and 500 w peak envelope power respectively, tolerance to 20 Hz.

7 for radio frequency-shift keying transmitter, its tolerance is 10 Hz.

8 for the coast radio station Single Sideband Radiotelephone Transmitters and its tolerance to 20 Hz.

9 work in a specialized Division for the aeronautical mobile (r) service 1606.5 to 4 000 kHz and 4 to 29.7 MHz SSB transmitter, the carrier (datum) frequency tolerance:

A) for all aeronautical station is 10 Hz;

B) for all aircraft used in international business in radio for 20 Hz;

C) specifically for use in the domestic business for 50 aircraft radio Hz*.

10 for A1A class launched its tolerance of 50x10-6.

11 for SSB radiotelephone or frequency shift keying used in radio transmitters, their tolerance for the 40 Hz.

12 in 1 606.5-1 800 kHz frequency band for radio beacon transmitter, its tolerance for 50x10-6.

13 the carrier power is less than or equal to 10 kW A3E class launch, its allowance for 20x10-6,15x10-6 and 10x10-6, the corresponding band 1 606.5-4 000 kHz,4-5.95 MHz and 5.95-29.7 MHz, respectively.

14 for A1A class launched its tolerance for 10x10-6.

15 for 26 175-27 500 kHz frequency bands ship station transmitters installed on the boat, if the carrier power is not greater than 5 w, working in or near coastal waters only and use F3E, G3E class launch, the frequency tolerance is 40x10-6.

16 for single sideband radiotelephone transmitters, in addition to working in 26 175-27 500 kHz frequency and peak envelope power is not more than 15 w transmitter and its tolerance to something other than 40x10-6, the rest are 50 Hz. 17 recommendations to avoid a few kHz carrier frequency offset, this will cause deterioration similar to the cyclical decline.

If the frequency tolerance is 0.1 Hz to avoid this phenomenon, this tolerance is also suitable for single side-band transmission *.

18 for non-portable devices that are installed on the vehicle, if the transmitter is not greater than 5 w average power, its tolerance for 40x10-6.

19 for operating frequencies less than 108 MHz, average transmitter power equal to or less than 50 w, tolerance to be applied is 3 000 Hz.

20 if some stations:

-In the 29.7-100 MHz band within its power (image peak envelope power) equal to or less than 50 w;

-100 to 960 MHz frequency band and its power (peak envelope power of the image) is less than or equal to 100 w; And receive the input signal from other TV stations, or for small independent community service, due to operational reasons, may not be able to maintain this allowance.

This type of allowance is 2 000 Hz on TV.

Power (peak envelope power of the image) is less than or equal to 1 w of radio, this allowance could be further extended to:

-5 kHz, for 100 to 470 MHz band;

-10 kHz, applies to 470-960 MHz frequency band.

21 using direct frequency conversion technology of radio-relay systems, its tolerance for 30x10-6.

22 for 50 kHz channel spacing to, its tolerance for 50x10-6.

23 these allowances apply to equal to or greater than 20 kHz channel spacing.

24 for delivery vehicles used in radio transmitter, the applicable tolerance is 5x10-6.

25 for non-portable devices that are installed on the vehicles, and military power when it is not greater than 5 w, its tolerance for 15x10-6.

    26 if it is not assigned to a specific frequency of the radar station, this radio emission bandwidth shall be entirely within the frequency bands allocated to the business, stated tolerances do not apply.

    Appendix 2: transmitter spurious domain transmit power limit requirements

1 limit the scope Spurious domain transmit power is usually connected with the transmitter antenna output spurious emission frequency of peak envelope power or average power, said, with reference to the measurement bandwidth depends on the transmitter's wireless business.

Spurious domain transmit power can also use electric field strength or power flux density of the Earth's surface (PFD) equivalent.

Outland and stray field emission limits set in annex 1. Spurious domain transmit power limit applicable frequency range is 9kHz~300GHz. But in actual measurements, stray field is limited.

Radio transmitting equipment proposal for spurious emission measurement band is shown in table 2.1.

Table 2.1 measurement of spurious emissions of radio transmission equipment band

Unit is Hz (Picture, see article) to protect particular business need more than 13GHz to the base frequency of the radio transmission equipment expansion measurement of spurious emission frequency, upper frequency takes 3 times or more higher Harmonic frequencies. Spurious emission signal of the 110GHz above, this standard provides the conventional microwave measurement method is much more difficult. High frequency infra-red frequencies, thermal radiometers measuring technology is needed.

Operating frequencies of radar in a nice 76GHz~77GHz, 3 220GHz, thermal radiometers measuring technology is used. Containing devices integrated antenna systems, and antenna connections are using waveguide method and the incentives must be at least equal to the cutoff wavelength of twice, no need for less than 0.7 times of waveguide cutoff frequency measurement of spurious domain transmit power to the area. Stray field transmitter power measurements contain any part of the transmission equipment except the antenna system, requirements of antenna-feeder system in the spurious domain frequency the maximum allowable transmitter power cannot affect the measurement results.

    With multiple transmitters using the same antenna launching system, transmitter intermodulation product to meet the standards of spurious domain transmit power limit requirements; the switching transient of emission of TDMA systems must also meet spurious domain transmit power limit requirements of this standard.

2 spurious domain transmit power limit requirements

2.1 reference measurement bandwidth recommended Spurious emission power levels under the measurement bandwidth is defined as the reference bandwidth.

Reference measurement bandwidth for various bands in the table 2.2 is recommended.

Reference measurement bandwidth for various bands in the table 2.2 suggested values

(Picture, see article) as specifically provided, all space operations reference measurement bandwidth spurious emission requirements is 4kHz.

For a fixed and land mobile services, when close to the carrier frequency, and determines there is a specific requirement of the specific reference measurement bandwidth, see annex 2, annex 3.

2.2 provisions of stray fields in business or the maximum transmit power limit requirements Various classes of radio transmitting equipment shall be provided for the stray field of the General threshold requirements for launch, table 2.3 is a radio transmitting equipment for various classes of business the maximum spurious domain transmit power limit requirements. Apart from the antenna and transmission line, from any part of the equipment issued by the spurious emission impact, on the spurious emission frequency should not be greater than the maximum permissible power added to the antenna system and the emergence of influence. On has radio launches function, and and and has information technology equipment (ITE) features of by test equipment, if ITE part can separation and the can independent operation using, is ITE part by GB9254-2008 standard requirements implementation, radio launches part of miscellaneous bulk domain launches power limited value to meet this terms requirements; if ITE part cannot separate operation using, is by test equipment in launches State Xia of miscellaneous bulk domain launches power limited value to meet this terms requirements, and by test equipment in standby/

Idle under the test requirements according to GB9254-2008 standard.

Table 2.3 of the biggest spurious domain transmit power limit requirements

(Picture, see sic) Annex 1: determine the stray field emission and Outland emission limit supplementary provisions In General, stray field emission and Outland launch frequency equal to deviate from the limits of necessary bandwidth necessary bandwidth of the center frequency 250% interval. But the frequency limits may depend on the modulation type, digital modulation, the maximum bit rate, type of transmitter, frequency coordination factors and other parameters. For most systems, launch the center frequency of the bandwidth of the center frequency is also necessary.

With multiple carriers through the last stage power amplifier or active antenna to launch multiple channels or Multicarrier transmitter/answering machine, it launches the center frequency is the transmitter or -3dB bandwidth of the center frequency of the transponder and transmitters or transponders designed to replace the necessary bandwidth to determine the limits of bandwidth.

In addition, relating to narrowband and broadband, radar operations and other specific business with Outland and stray field emission limits set some specific requirements, the following supplementary provisions.

Stray field and with Outland interval

Center frequency and spurious domain boundary interval values are shown in table 2.1.1.

2.1.1 center frequency and spurious domain boundary interval value

(Picture, see article) are described in table 2.1.2 and 2.1.3 in addition to table 2.1.1, applies to a specific system and operations, as well as band narrowband, broadband interval value is a special case.

(Picture, see article) a radar system with the Outland and stray field emission limits set Stray field emission and Outland launch frequency equal to deviate from the limits of necessary bandwidth necessary bandwidth of the center frequency 250% interval. But does not apply to certain digital or pulse modulation system, used for radio direction-finding operations and weather, space research, primary radar systems of the Earth exploration-satellite service shall not apply.

For primary radar systems, the stray field emission and Outland launch frequency limits of expression is:

OOB= α×2.5×2BN (1.1)

In the formula:

OOB--bandwidth;

BN--necessary bandwidth radar signals;

Alpha-frequency limits correction factors. Alpha value is determined by the total system, which used modulation techniques, radar with output devices, waveguide components, the antenna type and frequency of work-related, also depends on an assessment of the necessary bandwidth algorithm. If the 20dB bandwidth necessary bandwidth assessment algorithm value range of α is: 1~10. Information on spectrum use, determine the exact value of α.

    For an ideal primary radar, alpha value should be close to 1; in fact to boundaries are falling on a radar based on frequency allocation of spectrum, and similar other than different requirements, and determine the different values of α.

Annex 2: fixed reference measurement bandwidth provides value For fixed services, channel spacing (CS) or the necessary bandwidth (NB) for the determination of basic parameters of transition zone measurement frequency and the corresponding reference value measurement bandwidth diagrams shown in Figure 2.2.1.

Recommended ratings for various bands in the transition region of the spectrum is shown in table 2.2.1.

(Picture, see sic) Appendix 3: land mobile service provides reference measurement bandwidth values To land mobile frequency band in the 1GHz business, CS or determination of basic parameters of NB transition region of the spectrum measurement frequency and the corresponding reference value measurement bandwidth diagrams shown in Figure 3.1. Table 3.1 provides a recommended ratings for various bands in the transition region of the spectrum.

For working band in the 1GHz of the land mobile service, CS or determination of basic parameters of NB transition region of the spectrum measurement frequency and the corresponding reference value measurement bandwidth diagrams shown in Figure 2.3.2, 2.3.2 is recommended ratings for various bands in the transition region of the spectrum.

    (Picture, see sic) Appendix 3: launch logo and the necessary bandwidth

1 radio transmitter identification Full launch nine symbols for identification, the first four symbols for the identification of the necessary bandwidth, after identification of the five symbols to launch category.

In the class of emission of the five symbols of, first, second and third symbols as the basic character of emission, the fourth and fifth symbol attached to the class of emission characteristics.

1.1 identification necessary bandwidth Necessary bandwidth with the four symbols logo, which is expressed in three digits and a letter, the letter is equivalent to decimal places, used to represent a unit of bandwidth. The first symbol cannot be 0 or k, m or g.

Specifically as follows:

0.001 ~ 999Hz, units with "Hz", identified with letters h; 1.00 ~ 999KHz, "KHz", identified with letters k and 1.00 ~ 999MHz, "MHz", identified with letters m said: "1.00 ~ 999GHz," GHz "said the identity represented by the letter g.

1.2 emission category identification Three symbols for the basic character of emission identification: the first symbol to signify the modulation of the main carrier; the second symbol indicating the nature of modulation of the main carrier signals; the third symbol indicating the type of information that is sent. Class of emission with two additional characteristics symbol: fourth symbol indicating the signal detail; fifth symbol indicating the multiplexed nature; if there are no additional features, with a dash instead.

Emission category identifies the basic meaning and representation is shown in table 3.1.

Table 3.1 emission categories to identify the basic meaning and representation

(Picture, see text) 2 transmitting equipment necessary to determine the bandwidth of

Following various categories necessary emission bandwidth calculation is clear formulas, calculations, examples and the corresponding launch logo.

2.1 amplitude modulation signal

Amplitude modulation signal necessary bandwidth calculation formulas, calculations, samples and corresponding emission label are shown in table 3.2.

Table 3.2 amplitude modulation signal necessary bandwidth calculation formulas, calculations, samples, and the corresponding launch logo

(Picture, see sic) formulas in the table using the following terms:

Bn: the necessary bandwidth in Hertz

B: Porter says modulation rate

N: in the fax, transmitted per second is the largest possible number of black and white pixels

M: the maximum modulation frequency in Hertz

ML minimum modulation frequency in Hertz

C: the sub-carrier frequency in Hertz D: peak frequency deviation, the instantaneous frequency of half the maximum value and minimum value difference.

The instantaneous frequency in Hertz in radians of phase

Rate of change with time divided by 2 p

T: pulse of the half-amplitude point, expressed in seconds duration

TR: pulses, in seconds since the rise time between 10% to 90% range

K: according to the class of emission and allowable signal distortion and change a value factor

Nc: multiplex baseband channel radio systems

FP: continuous pilot subcarrier frequency (Hz) (used for testing the performance of frequency-division multiplexing systems continuous signal).

2.2 frequency modulation signal

FM transmitter signal necessary bandwidth calculation formulas, calculations, samples and corresponding emission label are shown in table 3.3.

Table 3.3 FM transmitter signal necessary bandwidth calculation formulas, calculations, samples, and the corresponding launch logo

(Picture, see the original) in variable frequency division multiplexing (FM/FDM) of multi-channel signal, d values (peak frequency deviation) the multiplication factor used by the calculation shown in table 3.4.

Table 3.4 variable frequency Division Multiplex Multiplex signal d-value multiplication factor in calculating

(Picture, see the original) 2.3 pulse modulation signals

Pulse modulation signals the necessary bandwidth calculation formulas, calculations, samples and corresponding emission label are shown in table 3.5. Table 3.5 pulse modulation signals the necessary bandwidth calculation formulas, calculations, samples, and the corresponding launch logo