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Danish radio interface no. 00-055 for radio installations for short range radar (SRR) in 21-26 GHz frequency band for the time-limited use in vehicles
The full text of the ordonnance on Danish radio interface no. 00-055 for radio installations for short range radar (SRR) in 21-26 GHz frequency band for the time-limited use in vehicles
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 installations for short range radar (SRR) in 21-26 GHz frequency band for the time-limited use of vehicles the following Danish radio interface, see. Annex 1: Danish radio interface no. 00-055 for radio installations for short range radar (SRR) in 21-26 GHz frequency band for the time-limited use in vehicles.
§ 2. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. January 2012.
The Danish telecommunications authority, the 14. Jorgen Abild Andersen/December 2011 Per v. C
Annex 1 Danish radio interface no. 00-055 for radio installations for short range radar (SRR) in 21-26 GHz frequency band for the time-limited use in vehicles
Frequency assignments, send effects, licensing conditions, etc.
a) 3.51-24.25 GHz
(a)) available until 30. June 2013 for broadband radar. (Note 1)
b) 24.25-26,65 GHz
(b)) available up to 1. January 2018 for wide-band radar. (Note 1 and 2)
24.05-24.25 GHz c)
(c)) to the narrow-band radar, without a time limit.
Service according to the ITU Radio Regulations
Short-range radar intended for use in vehicles.
Anti-collision detection and other road safety purposes.
Max. transmit power
The maximum mean power density shall not exceed 41.3 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p.. at the same time as the peak value does not exceed 0 dBm/50 MHz e.i.r.p..
Emissions in 23.6-24.25 GHz frequency band 30 ° or higher above the horizontal plan dimmed at least 30 dB relative to the maximum emissions.
For frequencies below 22 GHz mean power density must not exceed-61.3 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p..
Max. transmit power
(24.05-24.25 GHz narrowband portion)
20 dBm eirp.
By send effects over-10 dBm eirp. must not exceed 10% duty cycle
Automatic/Manual deactivation will be used, see. Article 6 of Commission decision 2005/50/EC.
Can be used without individual authorization.
Standard used for frequency planning
EN 302 288
Commission decision 2005/50/EC, as amended by the implementing decision 2011/485/EU
EN 302 288-2
N = Normative
I = Informative
Note 1: After these dates are no longer available frequencies in Denmark for short range radar (SRR), except in the case of equipment originally installed in or replaces such originally mounted equipment in a vehicle registered or put into service, placed on the market in the community before these dates.
Note 2: the date the 1. January 2018 extended for 4 years for automotive short-range radar equipment mounted in a vehicle for which a type-approval application submitted in accordance with article 6, paragraph 6 of Directive 2007/46/EC is approved before 1 July. January 2018.
Requiring the submission of laws, ordinances, standards, etc.
Radio interfaces, as well as relevant laws and regulations can be downloaded from the former until further notice IT and telecommunications management 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, are available from the ECO, European Communications Office, Nansensgade 19, 1366 Copenhagen K tel. 3389 6300, fax 3389 6330. For further information refer to ECO's website http://cept.org/eco, 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.