Order On Danish Radio Interface No. 00-025 For Radio-Based Wireless Microphone Systems, Including In-Ear Monitoring Systems

Original Language Title: Order On Danish Radio Interface No. 00 025 For Radio-Based Wireless Microphone Systems, Incl. In-Ear Monitoring Systems

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Overview (table of contents) Annex 1 The full text of the ordonnance on Danish radio interface no. 00-025 for radio-based wireless microphone system, Inc. in-ear monitoring systemer1)

Under section 9 of the Act on radio and telecommunications terminal equipment and electromagnetic conditions, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 823 of 3. July 2007, fixed: § 1. For radio-based wireless microphone system, Inc. in-ear monitoring systems, the following Danish radio interface, see. Annex 1: Danish radio interface no. 00-025 for radio-based wireless microphone system, Inc. in-ear monitoring systems.

§ 2. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. November 2010.

(2). Executive Order No. 894 by 8. July 2010 on Danish radio interface no. 00-025 for radio-based wireless microphone system, Inc. in-ear monitoring systems, are hereby repealed.

The national it and Telecom Agency, the 12. Jorgen Abild Andersen/October 2010 Per v. C



Annex 1 Danish radio interface no. 00-025 for radio-based wireless microphone system, Inc. in-ear monitoring systems Frequency assignments, send effects, licensing conditions, etc.











Nr.









Parameter









Description









Status









1





Permissible frequency bands





See the table under point 4 below.





N







2





Service according to the ITU Radio Regulations





Mobile service.





N







3





Use





Radio-based wireless microphone system, including radio system for use by the hearing impaired.





N







4





Maksimalt



 



N





 



allowable send effects





Tape





Frequency Band (MHz)





Maximum permitted transmitted power



 



 

 



(a)





32.000





32.400





35.800





10 mW e.r.p.



 



 

 

 



36.200





36.500





36.700



 

 



 

 

 



36.900





37.100





37.300



 

 



 

 

 



37.500





37.700





37.900



 

 



 

 

 



38.800





39.000





39.400



 

 



 

 



(b)





138.250





138.700





138.800





50 mW e.r.p.



 



 

 

 



139.050





139.750





141.765



 

 



 

 

 



142.070



 

 

 

 



 

 



(c)





169.8250





173.4000





173.4650





10 mW e.r.p.



 



 

 

 



173.6400





173.6950





173.8125



 

 



 

 

 



173.8250





173.9625



 

 

 



 

 



(d)





180.500





187.500





194.500





50 mW e.r.p.



 



 

 

 



201.500





208.500





215.500



 

 



 

 

 



222.500



 

 

 

 



 

 



(e)





470,000-790,000





50 mW e.r.p.



 



 

 



(f)





800,000-820,000





50 mW e.r.p.



 



 

 



(g)





823,000-826,000



 

 



 

 

 



-handheld installations





10 mW e.r.p.



 



 

 
 



-body-borne plant





50 mW e.r.p.



 



 

 

 



826,000-831,000



 

 



 

 

 



-hand-held and body-borne plant





50 mW e.r.p.



 



 

 



(h)





863,000-865,000





10 mW e.r.p.



 



 

 



in





1785,000-1800,000





20 mW e.r.p.



 





5





Bandwidths





Tape (a), (c) and (d): 50 kHz





N





 

 



Band b, e, f, g, h and i: 200 kHz



 





6





Restrictions on the use





1. Radio spectrum in bands c and d must only be used in radio system for use by the hearing impaired.





N





 

 



2. Radio spectrum in bands f must only be used for wireless microphone system until 31 December 2005. December 2012.



 



 

 



3. Wireless microphone equipment is manufactured in such a way that it only can be used in the frequency band 800,000-820,000 MHz may only be placed on the market for use in Denmark, if the equipment is manufactured or imported and put away ready for sale no later than the 15. July 2010.



 



 

 



4.823-830 MHz frequency band may be used throughout the country, with the exception of Bornholm. 830-831 MHz frequency band must only be used on the island of Bornholm.



 



 

 



5. Wireless microphones in the frequency band 823,000-831,000 MHz shall comply with requirements to udenbåndsudstråling, as listed in Table 11 in ECC/DEC (09) 03.



 



 

 



6. Radio frequencies in the frequency band 470-790 MHz may only be used for wireless microphone system, Inc. in-ear monitoring systems, when the following conditions are met:



 



 

 



(a))





The use of radio frequencies, which lie within a tv-channel (8 MHz bandwidth) and 1 MHz on each side of the tv channel, should not be closer than 25 kilometers from the television channel allotment area for digital tv.



 



 

 



(b))





The use of radio frequencies, which lie within a tv-channel (8 MHz bandwidth) and 1 MHz on each side of the tv channel, should not be closer than 25 km from auxiliary transmitters with independent transmit frequencies (converters) for digital tv and tv transmitters for local-tv purposes, etc.



 



 

 



(c))





The use of radio frequencies, which lie within a tv-channel (8 MHz bandwidth) and 1 MHz on each side of the tv channel, must not be further than 10 km from tv transmitters for limited purposes, including URf.eks. Festival tv.



 





7





Authorisation conditions





Can be used without individual authorization for frequency use.





N







8





Harmonized standards





Tape (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f) and (g): EN 300 422.

Band h: a 301 357.

Tape in: a 301 840.





In







9





International obligations





ERC/REC 70-03.

ECC/DEC (09) 03.





In







10





Notification No.





2010/388/DK.





In





 



N = Normative

I = Informative





 

 









Requiring the submission of laws, ordinances, standards, etc.

Radio interfaces, as well as relevant laws and regulations can be downloaded from the national IT and Telecom Agency's website: www.itst.dk.

ETSI documents ((in-) ETS'er, EN'er and TBR'er) can be downloaded from the Etsi website: www.etsi.org.

ITU recommendations, etc. can be purchased directly from ITU, Place des Nations, CH-1211 Geneva 20 Tel.: + 41 22 730 5111, fax: + 41 22 733 7256 or www.itu.int.

ECC publications, including ECC decisions and recommendations, can be obtained from: ECO, European Communications Office, Nansensgade 19, 1366 Copenhagen K tel.: 3389 6300, fax: 3389 6330. For further information refer to ECO's website: www.ero.dk from which documents can be downloaded free of charge.

ISO/CEN/CENELEC/IEC/DS standards can be purchased from Danish Standard, Kollegievej 6, 2920 Charlottenlund, Tel.: 3996 6101, fax: 3996 6102, or via www.ds.dk.
Official notes 1) in accordance with the provisions of Directive 98/34/EC, which codifies notification procedure 83/189/EEC, this interface is notified to the European Commission under nr. 2010/388/DK.