Ordinance Amending Ordinance On The Use Of Radio Frequencies Without Permission, As Well As On Amateur Radio Tests And Call Signs, Etc.

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om ændring af bekendtgørelse om anvendelse af radiofrekvenser uden tilladelse samt om amatørradioprøver og kaldesignaler m.v.

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Ordinance amending Ordinance on the use of radio frequencies without permission, as well as on amateur radio tests and call signs, etc.

§ 1

In executive order No. 1153 of 28. November 2008 on the application of radio frequencies without permission, as well as on amateur radio tests and call signs, etc., shall be amended as follows:

1. Annex 4 (the list of radio spectrum for other services, which may be used without permission) is replaced by the text in annex 1 to this notice.

§ 2

The notice shall enter into force on the 1. November 2009.
It and telecommunications styrensen, 23. Jorgen Abild Andersen/October 2009, Søren Johansen Annex 1

' Annex 4

Radio spectrum for other services, which may be used without permission, see. § 5

Table of contents

1. User terminals (CPE) in Fixed Wireless Access (FWA), which is under the control of an FWA-network

2. Digital land mobile radio terminals, including TETRA, which is under the control of the digital land mobile networks

3. Automotive short-range radar equipment for cars

4. Laveffekts radio system with integrated or dedicated antenna

5. Laveffekts radio system with coil-shaped antennas

6. Laveffekts radio system (up to 500 mW) for data communications purposes

7. Laveffekts radio installations for remote control

8. Laveffekts radio installations for remote control of models

9. Laveffekts radio system for avalanche alerts

10. Laveffekts radio installations for local data networks (WAS/RLANs)

11. Laveffekts radio system for the transmission of audio signals

12. Medical implants

13. Meteor Scatter terminals under the control of a Meteor Scatter network

14. Microwave installations

15. Cell phone (DCS 1800)

16. Cell phone (GSM)

17. Cell phone (IMT 2000)

18. Measuring transmitters

19. Personal alarms

20. Analog PMR 446 and digital PMR 446

21. Private radio system

22. Radio installations for the management of theft of motor vehicles

23. Radio frequency identification (RFID)

24. Radio chain installations

25. Satellite terminals (FSS (Fixed satellite services), VSAT

26. RTTT (Road transport & Traffic Telematics)

27. Intelligent transport systems (ITS)

28. Earth stations on board vessels (ESV-Earth Stations on board Vessels)

29. Earth stations on board aircraft (AES-Aircraft Earth Station)

30. Terminals in the mobile satellite service

31. Train radio (Automatic wagon identification/AVI)

32. Train radio (Eurobalise)

33. Train radio (Euro loop)

34. Train radio (GSM-R terminals) that are under the control of a GSM-R network

35. Wireless microphone system

36. Wireless analog phone (CT1), which are manufactured or imported and put away ready for sale no later than 31 December. December 2002

37. Cordless telephone (DECT)

38. UWB for communication, analysis of building materials (BMA) and detection of objects (ODC)

39. Laveffekts radio installations for local data (MGWS/RLAN)

40. Radio equipment in free circulation

41. Mobile Communications on board aircraft (MCA)

1. User terminals (CPE) in Fixed Wireless Access (FWA), which is under the control of an FWA-network

1.1. Radio frequencies:











3410,000-4200,000 MHz







5925,000-8500,000 MHz







10,150-10,300 GHz







10,500-10,650 GHz







12,750-13,250 GHz







14,500-14,620 GHz







15,230-15,350 GHz







17,700-19,700 GHz







22,000-23,600 GHz







24,500-26,500 GHz







27,500-29,500 GHz





31,000-31,300 GHz







31,800-33,400 GHz







37,500-39,500 GHz











1.2. Radio interfaces:

No. 00 033, nr. 00-034, nr. 00-035 and nr. 00-036.

1.3. Restrictions on use:

ERP should be a maximum 55 dBW in the radio frequency bands shared with satellite services.

2. Digital land mobile radio terminals, including TETRA, which is under the control of the digital land mobile networks

2.1. Radio frequencies











Sender





Modtager







380,15-384,80 MHz





390,15-394,80 MHz







410,00-420,00 MHz





420,00-430,00 MHz







453,00-457,50 MHz





463,00-467,50 MHz







870,00-876,00 MHz





915,00-921,00 MHz











2.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-047.

3. Automotive short-range radar equipment for cars

3.1. Radio frequencies:











21,625-26,625 GHz 77-81 GHz The frequency bands in question can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these frequency bands.

3.2. Radio interfaces:

No. 00 054 for 77-81 GHz frequency band and nr. 00-055 for frequency band 21,625-26,625 GHz.

4. Laveffekts radio system with integrated or dedicated antenna

4.1. Radio frequencies:











6,765-6,795 MHz





863-870 MHz







13,553-13,567 MHz





2400,000-2483,500 MHz







26,957-27,283 MHz





5725,000-5875,000 MHz







40,660-40,700 MHz





24,000-24,250 GHz







49,500-50,000 MHz





61,000-61,500 GHz







138,200-138,450 MHz





122,000-123,000 GHz 138.650 MHz 433,050-434,790 244,000-246,000 GHz MHz The frequency bands in question can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these frequency bands.

4.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-032.

4.3. Limitations of use:




1) transfer of video signals must only happen in the radio frequency bands of 2400 MHz.

2) radio frequency 138.65 MHz may only be used in laveffekts radio system for tracking of stolen objects.



5. Laveffekts radio system with coil-shaped antennas

5.1. Radio frequencies:









9 kHz-30 MHz frequency bands that can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to other services that also use this frequency band.

5.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 008.

6. Laveffekts radio system (up to 500 mW) for data communications purposes

6.1. Radio frequencies:











433.950 MHz 434.050 MHz 444.550 MHz 444.450 434.000 MHz MHz those radio frequencies can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these radio frequencies.

6.2. Radio interface:

Nr. 00 004.

7. Laveffekts radio installations for remote control

7.1. Radio frequencies:












30,120 MHz





30,920 MHz





445,825 MHz







30,380 MHz





31,300 MHz





445,850 MHz







30,420 MHz





445,125 MHz





445,875 MHz







30,880 MHz





445,675 MHz



 









De pågældende radiofrekvenser ka n legally used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these radio frequencies.

7.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-005.

8. Laveffekts radio installations for remote control of models

8.1. Radio frequencies:











26,995 MHz





35,150 MHz





40,865 MHz







27,045 MHz





35,160 MHz





40,875 MHz







27,095 MHz





35,170 MHz





40,885 MHz







27,145 MHz





35,180 MHz





40,915 MHz







27,195 MHz





35,190 MHz





40,925 MHz







27,255 MHz





35,200 MHz





40,935 MHz







35,000 MHz





35,210 MHz





40,965 MHz







35,010 MHz





35,220 MHz





40,975 MHz







35,020 MHz





40,665 MHz





40,985 MHz







35,030 MHz





40,675 MHz





433,575 MHz







35,040 MHz





40,685 MHz





433,625 MHz







35,050 MHz





40,695 MHz





433,675 MHz







35,060 MHz





40 ,715 MHz





433,725 MHz







35,070 MHz





40,725 MHz





433,775 MHz







35,080 MHz





40,735 MHz





433,825 MHz







35,090 MHz





40,765 MHz





433,875 MHz







35,100 MHz





40,775 MHz





433,925 MHz







35,110 MHz





40,785 MHz





433,975 MHz







35,120 MHz





40,815 MHz





434,025 MHz







35,130 MHz





40,825 MHz



 





35,140 MHz





40,835 MHz



 









De pågældende radiofrekvenser kan lovligt anven des for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these radio frequencies.

8.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 006.

8.3. Restrictions on use:

35,000-35,220 MHz may only be used in conjunction with model airplanes.

9. Laveffekts radio system for avalanche alerts

9.1. Radio frequencies:









457 kHz radio frequency, the person concerned can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of the radio frequency is not protected in relation to the other services, also employ this radio frequency.

9.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-052.

10. Laveffekts radio installations for local data networks (WAS/RLANs)

10.1. Radio frequencies:











2400,0-5150,0-5350,0 MHz 5470,0 existing regional patchwork of MHz-5725,0 MHz 5725,0-5875,0 MHz frequency bands in question can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these frequency bands.

10.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 029 and nr. 00 007.

11. Laveffekts radio system for the transmission of audio signals

11.1. Radio frequencies:











87.5-108 MHz frequency 863-865 MHz 1795-1800 MHz frequency bands in question can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these frequency bands.

11.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 001.

12. Medical implants

12.1. Radio frequencies:











9-600 kHz







12,5-20 MHz







30.0-37.5 MHz, 402-406 MHz The frequency bands in question can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these frequency bands.

12.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-023.

13. Meteor Scatter terminals under the control of a Meteor Scatter network

13.1. Radio frequencies:











39,025 MHz





39,125 MHz







39,050 MHz





39,150 MHz







39,075 MHz





39,175 MHz







39,100 MHz



 










13.2 Radio interface:

No. 00 050.

14. Microwave installations

14.1. Radio frequencies:











2400,00-2483,50 MHz 17.1-17.3 GHz







4500-7000 MHz





24,05-27,00 GHz







8,50-10,60 GHz





57-64 GHz







13.40-14.00 GHz





75-85 GHz











The relevant frequency bands may legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these frequency bands.

14.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-031.

15. Cell phone (DCS 1800)

15.1. Radio frequencies:











1710-1785 MHz (sender)







1805-1880 MHz (modtager)











16. Mobile Phone (GSM)

16.1. Radio frequencies:











880-915 MHz (sender)







925-960 MHz (modtager)











17. Mobile phone (IMT 2000)

17.1. Radio frequencies:











1900-1920 MHz (transmitter/receiver) 1920-1980 MHz (transmitter) 2110-2170 MHz (receiver) 18. Measuring transmitters

High frequency generator, which is used to generate the calibration, help and test signals, modulated or umodulerede. For example, signal generators, measuring transmitters combined reference frequency generators, sweepgeneratorer and coupled generators.

18.1. Radio frequencies:









9 kHz-400 GHz









18.2. Restrictions on use:

There must not be sent with an output exceeding 2 μW.

19. Personal alarms

19.1. Radio frequencies:











32,2750 MHz





224,9250 MHz





869,2500-869,3000 MHz







32,3000 MHz





448,2500 MHz





869,3000-869,4000 MHz







32,3250 MHz





448,2750 MHz





869,6500-869,7000 MHz







146,0125 MHz





868,6000-868,7000 MHz



 





224.9000 MHz 869,2000-869,2500 MHz those radio frequencies and frequency bands may legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies and frequency bands is not protected in relation to the other services also use these radio frequencies and frequency bands.

19.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-026.

20. Analog PMR 446 and digital PMR 446

20.1. Radio frequencies:











446,0-446,1 MHz (analogue PMR) 446,1-446,2 MHz (digital PMR) 20.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 022.

21. Private radio system

21.1. Radio frequencies:











26,965 MHz kanal 1





27,135 MHz kanal 15





27,295 MHz kanal 29







26,975 MHz kanal 2





27,155 MHz kanal 16





27,305 MHz kanal 30







26,985 MHz kanal 3





27,165 MHz kanal 17





27,315 MHz kanal 31







27,005 MHz kanal 4





27,175 MHz kanal 18





27,325 MHz kanal 32







27,015 MHz kanal 5





27,185 MHz kanal 19





27,335 MHz kanal 33







27,025 MHz kanal 6





27,205 MHz kanal 20





27,345 MHz kanal 34







27,035 MHz kanal 7





27,215 MHz kanal 21





27,355 MHz kanal 35







27,055 MHz kanal 8





27,225 MHz kanal 22





27,365 MHz kanal 36







27,065 MHz kanal 9





27,235 MHz kanal 24





27,375 MHz kanal 37







27,075 MHz kanal 10





27,245 MHz kanal 25





27,385 MHz kanal 38







27,085 MHz kanal 11





27,255 MHz kanal 23





27,395 MHz kanal 39







27,105 MHz kanal 12





27.265 MHz channel 26 27.405 MHz channel 40 27.115 MHz channel 13 27.275 MHz channel 27 27.125 MHz channel 14 27.285 MHz channel 28 those radio frequencies can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these radio frequencies.

21.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-028.

22. Radio installations for the management of theft of motor vehicles

22.1. Radio frequencies:









433.92 MHz radio frequency, the person concerned can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of the radio frequency is not protected in relation to the other services, also employ this radio frequency.

22.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-003.

23. Radio frequency identification (RFID)

23.1. Radio frequencies:











865-868 MHz 2446-2454 MHz frequency band concerned can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these frequency bands.

23.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-051.

23.3. Restrictions on use:

RFID with a transmit power of more than 500 mW must only be used indoors.

24. Radio chain installations

24.1. Radio frequencies:









57.1-58.9 GHz










24.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-045.

25. Satellite terminals (FSS (Fixed satellite services), including VSAT and CIS)

25.1. Radio frequencies:











10-12.75 GHz (receiver) 19.70-20,20 GHz (receiver) 14.00 – 14.50 GHz (sends) 29.50-30.00 (sends) The Gigahertz frequency band can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these frequency bands.

25.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-058

25.3. Restrictions on use:




1 must be a maximum 60 dBW EIRP).

2) the use of terminals in vicinity of aerodromes or airports must be in compliance with the following restrictions in effective radiated transmit power (EIRP) in relation to the stated minimum distances from the enclosure/demarcation of aerodromes or airports:









EIRP (x)





Minimum distance







34 x ≤ 50 dBW < dBW





500 m







50 dBW < x ≤ 55.3 dBW





1800 m







55.3 dBW < x ≤ 57 dBW





2300 m







57 x ≤ 60 dBW < dBW





3500 m











26. RTTT (Road transport & Traffic Telematics)

16.2. Radio frequencies:











5,795-5,815 GHz (road to vehicle) 63,000-64,000 GHz (vehicle to vehicle and road to vehicle) 76,000-77,000 GHz (anti-collision radar and infrastructure radar) the relevant frequency bands may legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these frequency bands.

26.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 030.

27. Intelligent transport systems (ITS)

27.1. Radio frequencies:









5,855-5,925 GHz frequency bands that can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to other services that also use this frequency band.

27.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-061.

28. Earth stations on board vessels (ESV-Earth Stations on board Vessels)

28.1. Radio frequencies:











3700-4200 MHz (receiver) 5925-° 6425 MHz (transmitter) 10-11.70 GHz (receiver) 12.50-12.75 GHz (receiver) 14.00-14.5 GHz (sends) the relevant frequency bands may legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these frequency bands.

17.5. Restrictions on use:









 



5925-6425 MHz





14,00-14,5 GHz







Minimum diameter af ESV-antennen





2,4 m





0,6 m







Sporingsnøjagtighed af ESV-antennen





± 0,2°





± 0,2°







Maksimal EIRP spektral tæthed mod horisonten





17 dB(W/MHz)





12,5 dB(W/MHz)







Maximum EIRP against horizon 20.8 dBW EIRP spectral density outside 16.3 dBW main beam shall be in accordance with the following values:









 



5925-° 6425 MHz





14.00-14.5 GHz







Angle outside the main beam





Maximum EIRP in any 4 kHz band





Maximum EIRP in any 40 kHz bands







2° ≤ φ ≤ 7°





(32-25 log φ)





DB (W/4 kHz)





(33-25 log φ)





DB (W/40 kHz)







7° < φ ≤ 9,2°





11 





dB(W/4 kHz)





12 





dB(W/40 kHz)







9,2° < φ ≤ 48°





(35-25 log φ)





DB (W/4 kHz)





(36-25 log φ)





DB (W/40 kHz)







48° < φ ≤ 180°





-7 





dB(W/4 kHz)





-6 





dB(W/40 kHz)











29. Earth stations on board aircraft (AES – Aircraft Earth Station)

29.1. Radio frequencies:











10-11.70 GHz (receiver) 12.50-12.75 GHz (receiver) 14.00 – 14.50 GHz (sends) the relevant frequency bands may legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these frequency bands.

29.2. Restrictions on use:




1 must be a maximum of 50 dBW EIRP).

2) Determination in ITU-R Recommendation M. 1643 on the protection of fixed services, fixed satellite services and radio astronomy service must be adhered to.



30. Terminals in the mobile satellite service

30.1. Radio frequencies:











137,000-138,000 MHz (receiver) 148,000-150,050 MHz (transmitter) 387,250-388,750 MHz (transmitter) 399,900-400,050 MHz (transmitter) 400,225-400,975 MHz (receiver) 1518,0-1559,0 MHz (receiver)







1610,0-1626,5 MHz (transmitter/receiver) 1626,50-1660,50 MHz (transmitter) 1670,0-1675,0 MHz (transmitter)







1980,0-2010,0 MHz (transmitter) 2170,0-2200,0 MHz (receiver)








the existing regional patchwork-2500,0 MHz (receiver) 10-11.70 GHz (receiver) 12.50-12.75 GHz (receiver) 14.00 – 14.50 GHz (sends) the relevant frequency bands may legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these frequency bands.

31. Train radio (Automatic wagon identification/AVI)

31.1. Radio frequencies:









2446-2454 MHz frequency band that can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to other services that also use this frequency band.

31.2. Radio interface:

Nr. 00 002.

32. Train radio (Eurobalise)

32.1. Radio frequencies:











4234 kHz







27.095 MHz those radio frequencies can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these radio frequencies.

32.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-048.

33. Train radio (Euro loop)

33.1. Radio frequencies:











4516 kHz







11,1-16,0 MHz











Those radio frequencies can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these radio frequencies.

33.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-049.

34. Train radio (GSM-R terminals) that are under the control of a GSM-R network

21.2. Radio frequencies:











876,2-880,0 MHz (sender)







921,2-925,0 MHz (modtager)











35. Wireless microphone system

35.1. Radio frequencies:











32,0000 MHz





39,4000 MHz





173,8250 MHz







32,4000 MHz





138,2500 MHz





173,9625 MHz







35,8000 MHz





138,7000 MHz





180,5000 MHz







36,2000 MHz





138,8000 MHz





187,5000 MHz







36,5000 MHz





139,0500 MHz





194,5000 MHz







36,7000 MHz





139,7500 MHz





201,5000 MHz







36,9000 MHz





141,7650 MHz





208,5000 MHz







37,1000 MHz





142,0700 MHz





215,5000 MHz







37,3000 MHz





169,8250 MHz





222,5000 MHz







37,5000 MHz





173,4000 MHz





800,1000-819,9000 MHz







37,7000 MHz





173,4650 MHz





863,0000-865,0000 MHz







37,9000 MHz





173,6400 MHz





1785,0000-1800,0000 MHz







38.8000 MHz 173.6950 MHz 173.8125 MHz MHz 39.0000 those radio frequencies and frequency bands may legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to the other services also use these radio frequencies and frequency bands.

35.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-025.

35.3. Restrictions on use:

Radio frequencies in the radio frequency band 169,8250-222,5000 MHz may only be used in radio system for use by the hearing impaired.

36. Wireless analog phone (CT1), which are manufactured or imported and put away ready for sale no later than 31 December. December 2002

36.1. Radio frequencies:











914,0125-914,9875 MHz (transmitter (mobile part)) 959,0125-959,9875 MHz (transmitter (base unit)) 36.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-043.

37. Cordless telephone (DECT)

37.1. Radio frequencies:









1880-1900 MHz









38. UWB for communication, analysis of building materials (BMA) and detection of objects (ODC)

The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to other radio services.

38.1. Radio interface:

No. 00-056.

39. Laveffekts radio installations for local data (MGWS/RLAN)

39.1. Radio frequencies:









57-66 GHz frequency bands that can legally be used for more than one purpose. The use of radio frequencies is not protected in relation to other services that also use this frequency band.

39.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 063.

40. Radio equipment in free circulation

40.1. Restrictions on use:

Radio equipment in free circulation should only be used by foreign nationals during the short stay in Denmark. The application must be in accordance with the CEPT/ERC decision 95-01 with subsequent decisions on the extension of the said motion for a scope.

41. Mobile Communications on board aircraft (MCA)

25.5. Radio frequencies











1710-1785 MHz (receiver)







1805-1880 MHz (transmitter)











41.2. Radio interface

Nr. 00 060

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