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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Overview (table of contents)



Annex 1











Annex 2











Annex 3









The full text of the Ordinance amending the 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. 459 of 23. may 2012 on the use of radio frequencies without permission, as well as on amateur radio tests and call signs, etc., shall be amended as follows: 1. In annex 5 shall be replaced by the table of contents as in annex 1 to this notice.

2. In annex 5 shall be replaced by the section 38.3 as in annex 2 to this order.

3. Annex 6 is replaced by the text in annex 3 to this order.

section 2 of the Ordinance shall enter into force on the 20. July 2012.

Business Agency, 17. July 2012 Finn Petersen/Per V. C



Annex 1»

Table of contents 1.





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







2.





User terminals, which are under the control of a wireless communications network







3.





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







4.





Intelligent transport systems (ITS)







5.





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







6.





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







7.





Automotive short-range radar equipment for cars







8.





Laveffekts radio system with integrated or dedicated antenna







9.





Laveffekts radio system with coil-shaped antennas







10.





Laveffekts radio installations (up to 500 mW) for data communications purposes







11.





Laveffekts radio installations for remote control







12.





Laveffekts radio installations for remote control of models







13.





Laveffekts radio system for avalanche alerts







14.





Laveffekts radio installations for local data (MGWS/RLAN)







15.





Laveffekts radio installations for local computer networks (WAS/RLANs)







16.





Laveffekts radio works for the transfer of audio signals







17.





Medical implants







18.





Meteor Scatter terminals under the control of a Meteor Scatter network







19.





Microwave installations







20.





Mobile communications on board aircraft (MCA)







21.





Mobile communications on board vessels (MCV)







22.





Measuring transmitters







23.





Personal alarms







24.





PMR 446 (analog and digital)







25.





27 MHz CB radio system (Citizens ' Band)







26.





Radio installations for the management of anti-theft in motor vehicles







27.





Radio frequency identification (RFID)







28.





Radio chain installations







29.





Radio equipment in free circulation







30.





RTTT (Road Transport & Traffic Telematics)







31.





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







32.





Terminals in the mobile satellite service







33.





Train radio (Automatic wagon identification/AVI)







34.





Train Radio (Eurobalise)







35.





Train Radio (Euro loop)







36.





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







37.





Train Radio (Automatic Train Control/ATC)







38.





Wireless microphone system







39.





Cordless telephone (DECT)







40.





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







41.





UWB for level measurement (LPR-Level Probing Radar)





 



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Annex 2»

38.3. Limitations of use: 1) Radio frequencies 169.8250 MHz 222.5000 MHz up to and including may only be used in radio system for use by the hearing impaired.



2) 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.



What radio frequencies are available for wireless microphone system, can be seen on Business Administration website, www.erhvervsstyrelsen.dk.



3) Radio frequencies in the frequency band 470-790 MHz may be used for wireless microphone system in accordance with the above until 3. April 2020.



4) 800-820 MHz frequency band shall not be used for wireless microphone system after 31 December 2006. December 2012.

' Annex 3»

Samples for the obtaining of the certificate to amateur radio and amateur radio satellite service, see. section 13, paragraphs 1 and 3

In order to obtain a certificate in one of the categories (A), (B) or (D) the following parts be passed: Category a:





General technical test, limited technical as well as non-technical test try.







Category (B):





Limited technical as well as non-technical test try.







Category D:





Non-technical test.











Active content, etc. are as follows:

1. Non-technical trial

1.1. Requirements for passing the test

The applicant must answer 20 questions. In order to pass the test required that 15 correct answers out of the 20 questions.

1.2. Devices

There must only be used logarithm table, slide rule and non-programmable calculators.

1.3. The curriculum

The volume of the sample is limited to topics of regulatory and practical nature, which are relevant to the trials and experiments with radio installations performed by users of radio frequencies set aside for use in amateur radio and amateur satellite service.

A detailed curriculum overview can be obtained from the business office.

There may, in accordance with the curriculum of vocational Agency drew up the summary made elementary and pertinent questions in the following areas: 1) conductivity.



2) sinusoidal signals.



3) power supply.



4) antenna type.



5) Propagation conditions.



6) Measurements.



7) measuring instruments.



8) Disturbances in electrical equipment.



9) The phonetic alphabet.



10) Q-code.



11) Operational abbreviations and their use in amateur radio traffic.



12) International distress signals, amatørradionødtrafik and traffic in connection with natural disasters.



13) call signs.



14) IARU band plans.



15) Station operation.



16) ITU rules.



17) CEPT rules.



18) Danish laws and regulations in this area.

2. Limited technical test

2.1. Requirements for passing the test

The applicant must answer 16 questions. In order to pass the test required that 12 correct answers out of the 16 questions.

The applicant must pass the non-technical trial no later than simultaneously with the limited technical test.

2.2. Assistive devices

There must only be used logarithm table, slide rule and non-programmable calculators.

2.3. The curriculum

The volume of the sample is limited to topics that are relevant to the trials and experiments with radio installations performed by users of radio frequencies set aside for use in amateur radio and amateur satellite service.

A detailed curriculum overview can be obtained from the business office.

There may, in accordance with the curriculum of vocational Agency drew up the summary questions in the following areas: 1) electricity, magnetism and radio theory.



2) Components.



3) Circuit.



4) Receivers, including call procedures.



5) Transmitters, including call procedures.



6) Antennas and transmission lines.



7) Propagation conditions.



8) measurement.



9) Interference and immunity.



10) ITU rules.



11) CEPT rules.



12) Danish laws and regulations in this area.

In addition, prøvedeltageren in accordance with the syllabus history know the following mathematical concepts and operations: 1) Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.



2) Fractions.



3) powers of ten, exponents.



4) Kvadrering.



5) Square roots.



6) reciprocals.



7) Interpretation of linear and non-linear graphs.

Prøvedeltageren must also know the formulas in the syllabus of history and be able to ' turn you on '.

3. General technical test

3.1. Requirements for passing the test

The applicant must answer 14 questions. In order to pass the test required that 10 correct answers out of the 14 questions.

The applicant must pass the non-technical test as well as the limited technical test no later than at the same time as the General technical test.

3.2. Assistive devices

There must only be used logarithm table, slide rule and non-programmable calculators.

3.3. Curriculum

Syllabus for this test is the same as for the limited technical test, see. point. 2.3, but the questions are of a higher level of difficulty.

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