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 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











Annex 4











Annex 5











Annex 6









The full text of the Ordinance on the use of radio frequencies without permission, as well as on amateur radio tests and call signs etc. 1)

Under section 6 (2), §§ 27-31 and section 54, paragraph 2, of law No. 475 of 12. June 2009 on radio frequencies shall be fixed: scope



§ 1. The Ordinance lays down rules for the use of radio frequencies without permission in 1) ships, 2) aircraft, 3) ground-based aviation radio services, 4) amateur radio and amateur radio satellite service, 5) other services, see. annexes 5 and 6) the radio installations, which are solely designed for receiving.

(2). The Executive order also establishes rules for 1) radio samples and certificates to amateur radio and amateur radio satellite service, 2) issuing and use of call signs and identification numbers for amateur radio and amateur radio satellite service, 3) the use of call signs and identification numbers to the aviation radio services in Danish registered aircraft and ground stations, 4) on the issue and use of identification numbers to the aviation radio services in ultralight airplanes, hang gliders (hung skids), including motorised hang gliders and paragliders (paragliders), 5) issuing and use of call signs and identification numbers for country stations and beacons in maritime radio services and 6) issuance of identification numbers to the settlement corporations (AAIC) numbers.

Frequency use without permission



§ 2. Radio frequencies allocated for maritime radio services as mentioned in annex 1 may be used without permission in the ships.

(2). The provision in paragraph 1 does not apply to spectrum in the land-based radio system, including beacons, in connection with maritime radio services.

(3). The use of radio frequencies, in accordance with article 3. paragraph 1 shall be carried out in compliance with the requirements referred to in annex 1 to this regulation and restrictions, including requirements for certificates and the use of call signs and identification numbers.

§ 3. Radio frequencies set aside for aviation radio services as mentioned in annex II, may be used without permission in the aircraft.

(2). The use of radio frequencies, in accordance with article 3. paragraph 1 shall be carried out in compliance with the requirements referred to in annex 2 and restrictions, including requirements for certificates and the use of call signs and identification numbers.

(3). Radio frequencies set aside for aviation radio services as mentioned in annex 3, may be used without permission in the land-based radio system.

(4). The use of radio frequencies, in accordance with article 3. paragraph 3 shall be carried out in compliance with the requirements referred to in annex 3 and limitations, including that for the land-based radio system is a technical approval issued by the Traffic Agency.

§ 4. Radio frequencies set aside for amateur radio and amateur radio satellite service, as referred to in annex 4 may be used without permission.

(2). The use of radio frequencies, in accordance with article 3. paragraph 1 shall be carried out in compliance with the requirements referred to in annex 4 and restrictions, including requirements for certificates and the use of call signs.

§ 5. Radio frequencies that have been allocated for use within other than those specified in §§ 2-4 services, as referred to in annex 5, may be used without permission.

(2). The use of radio frequencies, in accordance with article 3. paragraph 1 shall be carried out in compliance with the requirements and restrictions listed in annex 5.

Call signs and identification numbers for land stations, buoys and beacons in maritime radio services



§ 6. Business Agency shall issue upon application call signs and identification numbers to use for the use of radio frequencies in the maritime radio services on the Danish country stations.

(2). Business Agency shall issue upon application call signs and identification numbers to use for the use of radio frequencies in the maritime radio services on physical and virtual beacons.

(3). Issuance of identification numbers referred to in paragraph 2, may, in accordance with the Business Agency's detailed assessment issued in series, which is assigned to a public authority.

§ 7. For use for spectrum in the radio installations as referred to in article 6, paragraphs 1 and 2 may only be used 1) the call sign or identification number, which is assigned to the country station or beacon, or 2) country station's geographical name followed by the word ' radio '.

§ 8. Commercial agency may revoke a call sign or an identification number that is issued, in accordance with article 3. § 6 If the holder of the callsign or identification number do not pay delinquent fees, which are charged in accordance with rules laid down under section 51, paragraph 1, of the Act on radio frequencies.

Identification numbers to the settlement corporations (AAIC) numbers



§ 9. Business Agency issuing the AAIC-numbers (Accounting Authority Identification Code), as the applications thereof is received.

(2). AAIC-numbers are composed of a tobogstavers country code DK, followed by a two-digit number. There can be no more than 25 AAIC-issued numbers in Denmark.

Call signs and identification numbers to the aviation radio services in Danish registered aircraft or ground stations



§ 10. For use for spectrum in the radio works in Danish registered aircraft or ground stations, there must only be used 1) the call sign or identification number, as the Traffic Agency has issued to the aircraft or ground station, 2) the registration name, Danish transport authority has issued to the aircraft, 3) an identification name composed of carrier's identification letters followed by the plane's flight number, or 4) Earth station's geographical name or the name of the airfield.

Identification numbers to the aviation radio services in ultralight airplanes, hang gliders, including motorised hang gliders and paragliders



§ 11. Danish Ultralight Flying union issue after application identification numbers to use for the use of radio frequencies in the aviation radio services in ultra-light airplanes.

(2). Danish hang-gliding, Paragliding Union issue & after application identification numbers to use for the use of radio frequencies in the aviation radio services in hang gliders (hung skids), including motorised hang gliders and paragliders (paragliders).

(3). Danish Ultralight Flying union and Danish Hang-gliding & Paragliding Union may revoke an identification number that is issued in accordance with paragraph 1 or 2, if the holder of the identification number do not pay delinquent fees, which are charged in accordance with rules laid down under section 51, paragraph 1, of the Act on radio frequencies.

§ 12. For the use of spectrum in the ultra light airplanes, hang gliders (hung skids), including motorised hang gliders and paragliders (paragliders) must only be used the identification number as Danish Ultralight Flying union or Danish Hang-gliding & Paragliding Union has issued under section 11, or an identification number issued by the Traffic Agency.

Tests and certificates to amateur radio and amateur satellite service



§ 13. Commercial agency is organizing tests for the obtaining of the certificate in categories A, B and D.

(2). Commercial agency is organizing the tests referred to in annex 6 as writing samples.

(3). The contents of the tests and the test requirements set out in annex 6.

(4). Commercial agency may, in exceptional cases, where it will be either impossible or very difficult for that to carry out a common written examination, see. (2) assist in the reading of the questions and completing the response form in the extent of activity of the Danish Medicines Agency's opinion is justifiable, taking into account the purpose of the test.

(5). After the Business Agency's prior approval can landsforeningen Experimenterende Danske Radio Amateurs or its local branches in specific cases, see. (4) assist in the reading of the questions and completing the response form in the extent of activity of the Danish Medicines Agency's opinion is justifiable, taking into account the purpose of the test.

§ 14. Business Agency can recognize written exams for obtaining certificate in categories A, B and D, which are held by the National Association Experimenterende Danske Radio Amateurs or its local branches.

(2). Landsforeningen Experimenterende Danske Radio Amateurs or its local branches shall be liable for in annex 6 tests referred to as writing samples.

(3). The contents of the tests and the test requirements set out in annex 6.

(4). Landsforeningen Experimenterende Danske Radio Amateurs or his local departments should review the date and place for the holding of written examination for Professional Agency, which shall publish the date and place on the Agency's website. Registration must be made to the Professional Agency. Business Agency shall forward the sample to be used for the test.

(5). Sample organization witnessed by at least two supervisors, as out of control with the actual sample reporting also checks the test participants ' identity.

(6). After held written test are submitted they replied to the sample set of landsforeningen Experimenterende Danske Radio Amateurs or its local branches to commercial agency, which assesses the responses and notify the result to the certificated.

(7). All have, regardless of radio fraternal affiliations, access to audition at the National Association Experimenterende Danske Radio Amateurs or its local branches.
§ 15. Foreign certificates issued in accordance with CEPT recommendation T/R 61-02 on: Amateur Radio Examination Certificate (HAREC) be treated as successful Danish samples, see. sections 13 and 14. Also be assimilated successful foreign samples with successful Danish samples, see. sections 13 and 14, if it be documented across Business Agency, to test compliance is achieved by passing the corresponding tests in other countries.

(2). Permits, which are issued by foreign authorities shall be valid during the short stay in Denmark if such validity is contained in international agreements acceded to by Denmark.

§ 16. Business Agency shall issue, in accordance with article 3. sections 13, 14 and 15, certificate in categories (A), (B) or (D) for use of radio frequencies in amateur radio and amateur satellite service to persons who have passed a test.

(2). Business Agency can issue the HAREC certificate (: Amateur Radio Examination Certificate), in accordance with CEPT recommendation T/R 61-02 to persons who have obtained a certificate in category (A).

§ 17. The person who is the holder of a certificate, and that after the Business Agency's assessment is no longer in possession of the knowledge which the holder of a certificate is assumed to have, must carry out a new test.

(2). If the holder of a certificate as referred to in section 16 (1) and (2), fails the new test, the Business Agency certificate.

Call signs for amateur radio and amateur satellite service



§ 18. Business Agency shall issue to persons who have a valid certificate, request a personal callsign, including call sign to unmanned radio facilities, for use by the use of radio frequencies in amateur radio and amateur satellite service. Call sign can also be granted to legal persons, if a person who has a valid certificate, see. § 16, is responsible for the use of radio frequencies.

(2). The issuance of a call sign shall be subject to the use of radio frequencies is linked to a Danish address from which radio frequencies usually happens.

(3). Business Agency issuing the call signs for use for amateur purposes in the following call sign series: OU, OV, OZ, 5 p, 5Q.

(4). A callsign, previously issued as personally call sign, is released after having lain quiet for 25 years.

§ 19. For use for spectrum use in amateur radio and amateur satellite service must only be used the callsign, as Business Agency has issued to radio amateur, the unmanned radio facilities or the legal person referred to in article 6. § 18.

(2). The who has a foreign call sign and allowed to use radio frequencies in amateur radio and amateur satellite service after this order rules, can use the foreign call sign started with ' OZ ' under/short term in Denmark.

§ 20. Commercial agency may revoke a callsign, issued without prejudice. § 18, if the holder of the callsign does not pay the fees that are charged in accordance with rules laid down under section 51, paragraph 1, of the Act on radio frequencies, or if a certificate is revoked by the business agency under section 17, paragraph 2.

Professional secrecy



§ 21. The content and the existence of radio signals, which are received by other than the one for whom they are intended, shall not be used, published or disclosed to unauthorized persons.

(2). Confidentiality in paragraph 1 does not apply to radiocommunication that is intended for general use to the public, URf.eks. distress alerts, navigation signals, amateur radio, radio or television broadcasts.

Criminal provisions



§ 22. With fine punished anyone who violates: 1) requirements and restrictions set out in annex 1-5.

2) restrictions on the use of call signs and identification numbers, see. sections 7, 10, 12 and 19.

3) Rule on confidentiality, without prejudice. Article 21, paragraph 1.

(2). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.

Entry into force, etc.



§ 23. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. June 2012.

(2). Executive Order No. 488 of 2. May 2011 on the use of radio frequencies without permission, as well as on radio samples and call signs, etc. shall be repealed.

(3). This Ordinance shall apply to certificates, call signs and identification numbers for amateur radio and amateur radio satellite service, aviation radio services as well as country stations, buoys and beacons in maritime radio services that are acquired, and samples that are passed after the previously applicable rules.

(4). Call signs and identification numbers for amateur radio and amateur radio satellite service, aviation radio services as well as country stations, buoys and beacons in maritime radio services, acquired before the entry into force of the Executive order remains in force.

(5). Certificates for aeronautical radio services as well as amateur radio and amateur satellite service that is acquired, and samples that are passed after the previously applicable rules, are still valid. Certificates to amateur radio and amateur satellite service in Category C, issued under the previously applicable rules, be considered as certificates in Category (A).

Business Agency, the 23. may 2012 Betina Hagerup/Jakob Juul



Annex 1 Radio frequencies for maritime radio services, which may be used without permission, see. § 2

1. Radio frequencies in maritime radio services

1.1. MF







 

 

 





1.1.1. Frequency bands:



 

 





415,0-526,5 kHz





1810,0-1830,0 kHz





2502,0-2850,0 kHz







1606,5-1625,0 kHz





2000.0-2160,0 kHz





3155,0-3400,0 kHz







1635,0-1800,0 kHz





2170,0-2498,0 kHz





3500,0-3800,0 kHz





 

 

 









1.1.2. Radio interface for radio frequencies 1606,5-3800,0 kHz:

No. 00-037.

1.2. HF







 

 

 





1.2.1. Frequency bands:



 

 





4000-4650 kHz





13,410-13,570 MHz





20,010-21,000 MHz







5060-5450 kHz





13,870-14.000 MHz





22,000-22,855 MHz







6200-6525 kHz





14,350-14,990 MHz





23,000-23,200 MHz







8100-8815 kHz





16,360-17,410 MHz





23,350-24,000 MHz







10,150-11,175 MHz





18,168-18,900 MHz





25,010-25,210 MHz







12,230-13,200 MHz





19,680-19,800 MHz





26,100-26,175 MHz





 

 

 









1.2.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-037.

1.3. VHF







 

 

 





1.3.1. Radio frequencies/frequency bands:







121.500 MHz





155.625 MHz





160,6125-160,8875 MHz







123.100 MHz





155.775 MHz





160,9125-160,9625 MHz







155.500 MHz





155.825 MHz





161,4875-162,0375 MHz







155.525 MHz





156,0125-157,4375 MHz



 



 

 

 
1.3.2. Radio interface for radio frequencies 155.500 MHz up to and including 162.025 MHz:

No. 00-039.

1.4. UHF







 





1.4.1. Radio frequencies:







457.5250 MHz, 457.5375 MHz, 457.5500 MHz, 457.5625 MHz and 457.5750 MHz







467.5250 MHz, 467.5375 MHz, 467.5500 MHz, 467.5625 MHz and 467.5750 MHz





 









1.4.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-038.

1.5. Satellit







 





1.5.1. Frequency bands:







1626,5-1660,5 MHz (transmitter)







1525,0-1559,0 MHz (receiver)





 









1.6. EPIRB







 





1.6.1. Radio frequencies/frequency bands:







121.5 MHz







243.0 MHz







406,0-406,1 MHz (COSPAS-SARSAT)





 









1.6.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-041.

1.6.3. Restrictions on use:

Distress works on 406,0-406,1 MHz may not be used on land.

1.7. Radio installations for location determination (radar/SART) 1.7.1. Frequency bands:



 





2900-3100 MHz





9200-9500 MHz







5470-5660 MHz





9500-9800 MHz





 

 









1.7.2. Radio interfaces:

No. 00 040 for radio frequencies for sensitive and nr. 00-046.



1.8. Detailed specifications for the use of radio frequencies in those frequency bands/frequencies shown by the Business Agency's center frequency lists, which, among other things. reproduces the rules laid down by the International Radio Regulations.



1.9. Notwithstanding the above radio interfaces to radio installations that form part of the radio for providing equipment on ships sailing under SOLAS regulations, be approved in accordance with the provisions of EC Directive 96/98/EC, as last amended by Directive 2009/26/EC of 6 May 2003. April 2009, about equipment on ships (marine directive).

2. Requirements for call signs, identification numbers and certificates

The use of radio frequencies, which are referred to in paragraph 1, require valid call sign and identification number issued to the ship by the Danish maritime authority. By ships also means wind turbines located at sea, oil rigs, radio schools, laboratories, demonstration and exhibitions as well as rescue vehicles and redningsfly. Call signs and identification numbers issued by the Danish business authority before 1. January 2005 may continue to be used, if they are valid, in accordance with rules issued by the Danish maritime authority.

Radio frequencies referred to in point 1.1., 1.2., 1.3., 1.5. and 1.6. may only be used by a person who is the holder of a certificate, which is valid for the operation of radio plant, or under the supervision of a person who is the holder of such a certificate, see. the schema below.

Certificates provide access to operating the radio system as marked with ' X ' in the table below: Radio installations









Type of certificate







 



GOC





ROC





GENE





LRC





BEG





SRC





TLG







VHF telephony





X





X





X





X





X





X





X







MF-telephony





X



 



X





X





(X)



 



X







HF telephony





X



 



X





X





(X)



 



X







VHF telephony with DSC





X





X



 



X



 



X



 





MF-telephony with DSC





X



 

 



X



 

 

 





HF telephony with DSC





X



 

 



X



 

 

 





HF-telex





X



 



X



 

 

 



X







EPIRB (nødradiofyr)





X





X





X





X



 



X





X







SART (vessel's radar transponder)





X





X





X





X



 



X





X







Satellite earth station equipment





X



 

 



(X)



 

 

 





Telegraphy



 

 

 

 

 

 



X





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 









(X) = optional
The following abbreviations are used for the certificates in maritime radio services: 1) General certificate as a radio operator in the GMDSS (GOC).



2) limited in GMDSS radio operator certificate (ROC).



3) General certificate as radio operator (GENE).



4) certificate for the operation of maritime MF, HF and VHF radio system (LRC).



5) limited certificate as radio operator (PITCH).



6) certificate for the operation of maritime VHF radio installations (SRC).



7) Radiotelegrafist certificate (TLG).

The Danish maritime authority lays down rules about trying to obtain certificates of GOC, ROC, LRC and SRC to control radio system in maritime radio services.

3. Other requirements and limitations

1. A ship may not be stationed on or outside the Danish territorial waters for the purpose of exchanging radio correspondence.

2. Radio installations must only be used with the minimum transmit power, which is necessary in order to ensure a reliable connection.

3. Blocks must not be false or misleading, unnecessary and redundant broadcasts broadcasts. Nor must there be made broadcasts whose identity is either not set or is set to false.

4. When a ship is in a port, Danish radio installations on board must be used only for nødkorrespondance. Exceptions are: 1) Satellite Earth station equipment.



2) VHF radio installations.



3) Radio system designed for internal communication on board.

5. The person in charge of a Danish ship, which are situated within the foreign territorial borders, must ensure that the vessel complies with the provisions with which that country may adopt for the use of radio frequencies.

6. Radio frequencies (155.625 MHz) 1F, 2F (155.775 MHz) and 3F (155.825 MHz) for interskibskommunikation in fishing boats (registered with letters and number) must only be used in Scandinavian waters.

7. Radio frequencies 1 l (155.500 MHz) and 2 l (155.525 MHz) for interskibskommunikation in pleasure craft must only be used in Scandinavian waters.



Annex 2 Radio frequencies for aeronautical radio services, which may be used without permission in the aircraft, see. § 3 (1)

1. Radio frequencies in the aviation radio services

1.1. MF/HF OR







 

 

 





1.1.1. Frequency bands:



 

 





3025-3155 kHz





5680-5730 kHz





13,200-13,265 MHz







3800-3950 kHz





6685-6765 kHz





15,010-15.100 MHz







4700-4850 kHz





8965-9040 kHz





17,970-18,030 MHz







5450-5480 kHz





11,175-11,275 MHz





23,200-23,350 MHz





 

 

 









1.2. MF/HF R







 

 

 





1.2.1. Frequency bands:



 

 





2850-3025 kHz





6525-6685 kHz





13,265-13,360 MHz







3400-3500 kHz





8815-8965 kHz





17,900-17,970 MHz







4650-4700 kHz





10.005-10,100 MHz





21,924-22,000 MHz







5480-5680 kHz





-11,400 11,275 MHz



 



 

 

 









1.3. VHF







 





1.3.1. Frequency bands:







117,975-137,000 MHz





 









1.4. ELT







 





1.4.1. Radio frequencies/frequency bands:







121.5 MHz







243.0 MHz







406,0-406,1 MHz (COSPAS-SARSAT)





 









1.4.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-042.

1.4.3. Restrictions on use:

Distress works on 406,0-406,1 MHz may not be used on land.

1.5. Satellit







 





1.5.1. Frequency bands:







1626,5-1660,5 MHz (transmitter)







1525,0-1559,0 MHz (receiver)





 









1.6. Radio installations for location determination (radar) 1.6.1. Frequency bands:







960-1215 MHz







1215-1260 MHz







2700-2900 MHz







3100-3400 MHz







4200-4400 MHz (altimeters)







5255-5470 MHz







5725-5830 MHz







8500-9200 MHz







9300-9500 MHz







9500-9800 MHz







13,25-13.40 GHz







24.05-24.25 GHz







45,50-47.00 GHz







55.00-64.00 GHz





 









1.7. Restrictions on use:

Radio installations as referred to in point 1.1.-1.6. must comply with radio technical requirements, as specified in Icao Annex 10 to the of Denmark joined the Convention of 7. December 1944 on international civil aviation.

2. Requirements for call signs, identification numbers and certificates

2.1. Danish registered aircraft and ground stations

The use of radio frequencies, which are referred to in point 1.1. to 1.4. , in aviation radio services in Danish registered aircraft or ground stations may be made only by the use of call signs or identification numbers issued by the Traffic Agency, the registration name Traffic Agency has issued to the aircraft, an identification name composed of carrier's identification letters followed by the plane's flight number or earth station's geographical name or the name of the airfield.

Traffic agency lays down rules on the issuance and revocation of the call signs and identification numbers.

2.2. Ultra light airplanes, hang gliders (hung skids), including motorised hang gliders and paragliders (paragliders)

The use of radio frequencies, which are referred to in point 1.1. to 1.4. , for aviation radio services in ultralight airplanes, hang gliders (hung skids), including motorised hang gliders and paragliders (paragliders) may be made only by the use of identification numbers issued by the Danish Ultralight Flying union or Danish Hang-gliding & Paragliding Union or by public transport.

Radio frequencies referred to in point 1.1. to 1.4. may only be used by a person who is the holder of a certificate that is valid for the operation of radio plant, or under the supervision of a person who is the holder of such a certificate, see. the schema below.

The use of radio frequencies for communication between airline and aircraft on a special radio frequency designated for that purpose (operational control), however, are exempt from the requirement for a certificate referred to in article 6. guidance for Airline Company VHF Operational Stations issued by the Traffic Agency.

Certificates provide access to operating the radio installation, marked with ' X ' in the table below: Radio installations
Type of certificate







 



GENE





BEG





N-BEG





N-JOR







VHF telephony





X





X





X





X *)







HF-telefoni





X



 

 

 





Nødradioudstyr





X





X





X





X *)







Satellitudstyr





X





X



 

 



 

 

 

 

 









*) The certificate shall also be entitled to test the HF radio equipment and nødradioudstyr on Earth

The following abbreviations are used for certificates in aviation radio services: 1) General certificate as aviation-radio operator (GENE).



2) limited certificate as aviation-radio operator (PITCH).



3) National limited certificate as aviation-radio operator (N-BEG).



4) National limited certificate for Earth stations (N-JOR).

Traffic agency lays down rules about trying to obtain the certificate for operating radio installations in the aviation radio services.

3. Other requirements and limitations

1. Radio installations must only be used with the minimum transmit power, which is necessary in order to ensure a reliable connection.

2. Blocks must not be false or misleading, unnecessary and redundant broadcasts broadcasts. That may not be broadcast, whose identity is either not set or is set to false.

3. When an aircraft is at a Danish aerodrome or airport, on-board radio system must only be used for the nødkorrespondance. Exceptions are: 1) Satellite Earth station equipment.



2) communication with concerned land station or, if this is not staffed, communication with the aircraft, with clearances (Act agency) or with airlines (operational control).



3) function tests after permission from the control tower, provided that the test is not to inconvenience for other communications.

4. The person responsible for a Danish aircraft, which are stationed in foreign countries ' territorial limits, must ensure that the aircraft is in compliance with regulations, as that country may adopt for the use of radio frequencies.



Annex 3 Radio frequencies for aeronautical radio services, which may be used without permission in the land-based radio system, see. § 3 (3)

1. Radio frequencies in the aviation radio services 1.1. Frequency bands:







74.8-75.2 MHz (select beacons, marker)







137,0-108.0 MHz (ILS place determination, OUR and communication)







328,6-335,4 MHz (ILS nedstyrings angle, glide path)





 









1.2. Radio installations for location determination, radio navigation, etc. (radar)







 





Frequency bands:







960-1215 MHz (DME, TACAN, SSR, JTIDS, GNSS)







2700-2900 MHz (aviation radar)







13,25-13.40 GHz (aeronautical radio navigation, radar)







15.40-15.70 GHz (aeronautical radio navigation, fixed-satellite, Earth to space, aviation radar)





 









1.3. Restrictions on use

Radio installations as referred to in point 1.1. and 1.2. must comply with radio technical requirements, as specified in Icao Annex 10 to the of Denmark joined the Convention of 7. December 1944 on international civil aviation.

2. Requirements for technical approval issued by public transport

The use of radio spectrum in terrestrial radio facilities in the aviation radio services must occur without permission, provided that for the land-based radio system is a technical approval issued by the Traffic Agency.



Annex 4 Radio frequencies for amateur radio and amateur radio satellite service, which may be used without permission, see. § 4

1. Frequency bands and send effects

1.1. The amateur service-manned radio system frequency bands









Type of certificate







 



Category (A)





Category B





Category D







135,7-137.8 kHz





1 W





1 W





0







472-479 kHz 1)





1 W





1 W





0







1810-1850 kHz





1000 W





100 W





0







1850-2000 kHz





10 W





10 W





0







3500-3800 kHz





1000 W





100 W





0







5250-5450 kHz





1000 W





100 W





0







7000-7200 kHz





1000 W





100 W





0







10,1000-10,1500 MHz





1000 W





100 W





0







14,0000-14,3500 MHz





1000 W





100 W





0







18,0680-18,1680 MHz





1000 W





100 W





0







21,0000-21,4500 MHz





1000 W





100 W





0
24,8900-24,9900 MHz





1000 W





100 W





0







28,0000-29,7000 MHz





1000 W





100 W





0







50,0000-52,0000 MHz





1000 W





100 W





50 W







69,9375-70,0625 MHz





25 W





25W





25 W







70,0875-70,1125 MHz





25 W





25W





25 W







70,1625-70,5125 MHz





25 W





25W





25 W







144-146 MHz





1000 W





100 W





50 W







432-438 MHz





1000 W





100 W





50 W







1240-1300 MHz





250 W





100 W





50 W







2300-2450 MHz





250 W





100 W





0







3410 3400 MHz





250 W





100 W





0







5650-5850 MHz





250 W





100 W





0







10.00-10.50 GHz





250 W





100 W





0







24.00-24.25 GHz





250 W





100 W





0







47,0-47.2 GHz





250 W





100 W





0







76.0-81,5 GHz





250 W





100 W





0







122,25-123,00 GHz





250 W





100 W





0







134-141 GHz





250 W





100 W





0







241-250 GHz





250 W





100 W





0











1) frequency band may be used without permission from the 1. January 2013.

1.2. The amateur service-unmanned amatørradiobeacons frequency bands









Type of certificate







 



Category A and B





Category D







28,201-28,300 MHz





100 W





0







50,000-50,010 MHz





100 W





50 W







50,400-50,500 MHz





100 W





50 W







70,0000-70,0625 MHz





25 W





25 W







70,0875-70,1000 MHz





25 W





25 W







144,400-144,490 MHz





100 W





50 W







432,400-432,490 MHz





100 W





50 W







1296,800-1296,990 MHz





100 W





50 W







2320,800-2320,990 MHz





100 W





0







3400,800-3400,990 MHz





100 W





0







5760,800-5760,990 MHz





100 W





0







10,36800-10,36899 GHz





100 W





0







24,04800-24,04899 GHz





100 W





0







24,19200-24,19400 GHz





100 W





0
47,0-47.2 GHz





100 W





0







76.0-81,5 GHz





100 W





0







134-141 GHz





100 W





0







241-250 GHz





100 W





0











1.3. The amateur service-unmanned digital stations (amatørradiodigipeatere and mail boxes etc.)











Frequency bands









Type of certificate







 



Category A and B





Category D







29,200-29,300 MHz





100 W





0







50,61375-50,75625 MHz





100 W





50 W







144,79375-144,96825 MHz





100 W





50 W







432,50625-432,59375 MHz





100 W





50 W







433,61875-433,79375 MHz





100 W





50 W







434,44375-434,59375 MHz





100 W





50 W







1240,000-1241,000 MHz





100 W





50 W







1298,500-1299,975 MHz





100 W





50 W







2355,000-2365,000 MHz





100 W





0







2392,000-2400,000 MHz





100 W





0







5670,000-5700,000 MHz





100 W





0







10,000-10,150 GHz





100 W





0







10,350 10,250-GHz





100 W





0







-24,050 24,192 GHz





100 W





0







24,194-24,250 GHz





100 W





0







47,0-47.2 GHz





100 W





0







76.0-81,5 GHz





100 W





0







134-141 GHz





100 W





0







241-250 GHz





100 W





0











1.4. The amateur service-unmanned amatørradiorepeatere frequency bands









Type of certificate







 



Category A and B





Category D







29,615-29,695 MHz 1) 5)





100 W





0







51,80375-51,99625 MHz 2) 6) 100 W





50 W







145,56875-145,79375 MHz 3) 6) 100 W





50 W







434,50625-434,59375 MHz 3) 7) 9) 100 W





50 W







434,59375-434,99375 MHz 3) 7) 100 W





50 W







1296,9875-1297,4875 MHz 4) 8) 100 W





50 W







2321-2322 MHz





100 W





0







2365-2,594 MHz





100 W





0







5720-5760 MHz





100 W





0







5762-5790 MHz





100 W





0







10,250 10,150-GHz





100 W





0







10,350-10,368 GHz





100 W





0







10,370-10,450 GHz





100 W





0







-24,050 24,192 GHz
100 W





0







24,194-24,250 GHz





100 W





0







47,0-47.2 GHz





100 W





0







76.0-81,5 GHz





100 W





0







134-141 GHz





100 W





0







241-250 GHz





100 W





0











1) Channel spacing 10 kHz 2) Channel spacing 20 kHz Channel spacing 12.5 kHz) 3 4) Channel spacing 25 kHz 5) Corresponding input frequency: 100 kHz-6) Lead input frequency:-600 kHz 7) Corresponding input frequency:-2.0 MHz 8) Corresponding input frequency:-6.0 MHz 9) Digital communication

1.5. The amateur satellite service-staffed radio frequency bands









Type of certificate







 



Category (A)





Category B





Category D







7000-7100 kHz





1000 W





100 W





0







14,0000-14,2500 MHz





1000 W





100 W





0







18,0680-18,1680 MHz





1000 W





100 W





0







21,0000-21,4500 MHz





1000 W





100 W





0







24,8900-24,9900 MHz





1000 W





100 W





0







28,0000-29,7000 MHz





1000 W





100 W





0







144-146 MHz





1000 W





100 W





50 W







435-438 MHz





1000 W





100 W





50 W







1260-1270 MHz





250 W





100 W





50 W







2400-2450 MHz





250 W





100 W





0







3410 3400 MHz





250 W





100 W





0







5660-5670 MHz





250 W





100 W





0







10.45 there – 10.50 GHz





250 W





100 W





0







24.00-24.05 GHz





250 W





100 W





0







47,0-47.2 GHz





250 W





100 W





0







76.0-81,5 GHz





250 W





100 W





0







134-141 GHz





250 W





100 W





0







241-250 GHz





250 W





100 W





0











2. Requirements for call signs and certificates

The use of radio frequencies, which are referred to in paragraph 1 may be made only by the use of call sign issued by the Business Agency, see. § 18. Callsign to be broadcast by calls and at the end of every connection, however at least every ten minutes as long as the connection is established.

Radio frequencies, which are referred to in paragraph 1 may only be used by persons who hold the necessary certificates referred to in article 3. § 14. Under point 1 of this annex, it is stated which radio frequencies and send effects, certificates in categories (A), (B) and (or) D provides access to use.

Persons with category B certificate must, however, regardless of the restrictions in section 1.1. and 1.5. , use the send effects for Category (A), if the application is supervised by a person who has A certificate.

Similarly, persons with Category D-certificate, regardless of the limitations in paragraph 1.1., 1.5. and 5.1. using radio frequencies, send effects and equipment for Categories (B), respectively, (A) if the application is supervised by a person who has Category B-respectively A-certificate.

3. Limitations in the broadcasted signal spectral width

By the emitted signal spectral width means in frequency bands up to 146 MHz width of the emitted signal, measured between the points where the signal is muted 6 dB relative to the Peak transmit power (PEP).

In frequency bands up to 146 MHz to the broadcasted signal measured 1 spectral width outside the allowable bandwidth limits be dampened at least 60 dB relative to the Peak transmit power (PEP).

By the emitted signal spectral width means in frequency bands above 146 MHz width of the emitted signal, measured between the points where the signal is muted 60 dB relative to the Peak transmit power (PEP).

Spectral width is measured with a tip showing Spectrum Analyzer at full modulation of transmitter with a for the transmitter concerned representative modulation signal after Business Agency's estimates.
In frequency bands during 1810 kHz transmitter spectral width must not exceed 2.1 kHz.

In frequency bands between 1810 kHz and 30 MHz transmitter spectral width must not exceed 8 kHz.

In frequency bands between 50 and 146 MHz transmitter spectral width must not exceed 16 kHz.

In the frequency bands above 146 MHz transmitter spectral width must not exceed that amateur band width.

In connection with unmanned amatørradiobeacons, amatørradiodigipeatere and mail boxes etc. and amatørradiorepeatere must be adapted to the used spectral widths commonly used channel distances in each frequency band.

4. Send effects

By transmit power means Peak transmit power (PEP), that is to say, the maximum mean power, as the transmitter during a period of HF signal emits a refleksionsfri load of 50 ohms by transmitters with unbalanced output and 300 Ohms or 600 ohms by transmitters with balanced output. The effect is measured with a tip showing the power meter on the place where the antenna (aerial) or an antenna tuner connect the transmitter's final stage.

It used power meter must have so much bandwidth that it can measure all send signal komposanter within that spectrum allocated to amateur radio or amateur radio satellite service.

By transmitters which transmit power is dependent on the modulating signal, measured during the transmit power full modulation of transmitter with a for the transmitter concerned representative modulation signal after Business Agency's estimates.

In frequency bands 135,7-137.8 kHz and 472-479 kHz for the purposes of the effective transmitted power radiated power (ERP), it will say it to the antenna input peak transmitted power multiplied by the antenna efficiency.

Similar limitations apply to any connected amplifier stages.

5. Other requirements and limitations

1. The author of the Category D-certificate may only use factory-made radio installations which are not exempted from the provisions of Decree No. 27 by 10. January 2007 on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and electromagnetic conditions.

2. Only connect with other radio installations in amateur radio and amateur satellite service.

3. Radio installation must be by international relations (incl. Greenland and Faroe Islands) only be used for the exchange of messages related to amateur radio, see. Nr. 1.56 in the International Radio Regulations, and to the comments of a personal nature.

4. international relations (incl. Greenland and Faroe Islands) must not be encrypted broadcasts. Clear language to be used in the form of speech, morse or by use of digital communications, using widely available protocols and applications.

5. There must be created radio connection with amateur radio stations in other countries in accordance with the provisions of the International Radio Regulations.

6. It is prohibited to: 1) Make broadcasts with business or commercial content, the broadcasting of music, entertainment, advertising, propaganda or similar.



2) Make blind consignment or broadcast of the information fabric.



Annex 5 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-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)











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

1.1. Frequency bands: 3410,000-4200,000 MHz







5925,000-8500,000 MHz







10,150-10.300 GHz







10,500-10,650 GHz







12,750-13,398 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 frequency bands shared with satellite services.

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

2.1. Frequency bands: 410-430 MHz (transmitter/receiver)







791-821 MHz (receiver)







832-862 MHz (transmitter)







880-915 MHz (preferably send)







925-960 MHz (mostly receiving)







1710-1785 MHz (preferably send)







1805-1880 MHz (mostly receiving)







1900-1920 MHz (transmitter/receiver)







1920-1980 MHz (transmitter)







2010-2025 MHz (transmitter/receiver)







2110-2170 MHz (receiver)







2500-2570 MHz (preferably send)







2570-2620 MHz (transmitter/receiver)







2620-2690 MHz (mostly receiving)







24.5-26.5 GHz (transmitter/receiver)







40.5-43.5 GHz (transmitter/receiver)











2.2. Limitations of use:

User terminals that use frequencies in the frequency band 790-862 MHz may be used without permission from the 1. January 2013.

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

3.1. Frequency bands: Send





Receiver







380,15-384,80 MHz





390,15-394,80 MHz







453,00-457,50 MHz





463,00-467,50 MHz







870,00-876,00 MHz





915,00-921,00 MHz











3.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-047.

4. Intelligent transport systems (ITS)

4.1. Frequency bands: 5,855-5,925 GHz







63-64 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.

4.2. Radio interfaces:

No. 00-061 and nr. 00-062.

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

5.1. Frequency band: 3700-4200 MHz (receiver)







5925-° 6425 MHz (transmitter)







10-11.70 GHz (receiver)







12.50-12.75 GHz (receiver)







14.00 – 14.50 GHz (transmitter)





 









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.

5.2. Limitations on use: 5925-° 6425 MHz





14.00 – 14.50 GHz







Minimum diameter of ESV antenna





2.4 m





0.6 m







Tracking accuracy of ESV antenna





± 0.2 °





± 0.2 °







Maximum EIRP spectral density against the horizon





17 dB (W/MHz)





12.5 dB (W/MHz)







Maximum EIRP against horizon





20.8 dBW





16.3 dBW





 

 

 









EIRP spectral density outside the main beam shall be in accordance with the following values: 5925-° 6425 MHz





14.00 – 14.50 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)











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

6.1. Frequency bands: 10-11.70 GHz (receiver)







12.50-12.75 GHz (receiver)







14.00 – 14.50 GHz (transmitter)





 









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.

6.2. 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.

7. Automotive short-range radar equipment for cars

7.1. Frequency bands: 3.51-26,65 GHz







77-81 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.

7.2. Radio interfaces:

No. 00 054 for 77-81 GHz frequency band and nr. 00-055 for frequency band 21,65 26,65 GHz.

8. Laveffekts radio system with integrated or dedicated antenna

8.1. Radio frequencies/frequency bands: 6,765-6,795 MHz





868,700 – 869,200 MHz







13,553-13,567 MHz





869,400 – 869,650 MHz







26,957-27,283 MHz





869,700 – 870,000 MHz







40,660-40,700 MHz





2400,0-existing regional patchwork MHz







49,500-50.000 MHz





5725-5875 MHz







138,200-138,450 MHz





24.00-24.25 GHz







138.650 MHz





61.0-61.5 GHz







433,050-434,790 MHz





122-123 GHz







863,000-868,600 MHz





244-246 GHz





 

 









Those radio frequencies/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/frequency bands.

8.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-032.

9. Laveffekts radio system with coil-shaped antennas

9.1. Frequency bands: 9 kHz-30 MHz





 









The relevant frequency bands may 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.

9.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 008.

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

10.1. Radio frequency: 433.950 MHz







434.000 MHz







434.050 MHz







444.450 MHz







444.550 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.

10.2. Radio interface:

Nr. 00 004.

11. Laveffekts radio installations for remote control

11.1. 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



 



 

 

 









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.

11.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-005.

12. Laveffekts radio installations for remote control of models

12.1. 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



 



 

 

 









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.

12.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 006.

12.3. Restrictions on use:

35.000 MHz frequencies up to and including 35.220 MHz may only be used in conjunction with model airplanes.

13. Laveffekts radio system for avalanche alerts

13.1. Radio frequencies: 457 kHz





 









The concerned radio frequency 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.

13.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-052.

14. Laveffekts radio installations for local data (MGWS/RLANs)

14.1. Frequency bands: 57-66 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 other services that also use this frequency band.

14.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 063.

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

15.1. Frequency bands: 2400,0-existing regional patchwork MHz







5150,0-5350,0 MHz







5470,0-5725,0 MHz







5725,0-5875,0 MHz





 









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.

15.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 029 and nr. 00 007.

16. Laveffekts radio system for the transmission of audio signals

16.1. Frequency band: 87.5-108.0 MHz







863-865 MHz







1795-1800 MHz





 









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.

16.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 001.

17. Medical implants

17.1. Frequency bands: 9-600 kHz







12.5 – 20.0 MHz







30.0-37.5 MHz







401-406 MHz







the existing regional patchwork-2500,0 MHz





 









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.

17.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-023.

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

18.1. Radio frequencies: 39.025 MHz





39.125 MHz







39.050 MHz





39.150 MHz







39.075 MHz





39.175 MHz







39.100 MHz



 



 

 









18.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 050.

19. Microwave installations

19.1. Frequency bands: 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.

19.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-031.

20. Mobile Communications on board aircraft (MCA)

20.1. Frequency bands: 1710-1785 MHz (receiver)







1805-1880 MHz (transmitter)





 









20.2. Radio interface:

Nr. 00 060

21. Mobile Communications on board vessels (MCV)

21.1. Frequency bands: 880-915 MHz (receiver)







925-960 MHz (transmitter)







1710-1785 MHz (receiver)







1805-1880 MHz (transmitter)





 









21.2. Limitations of use: 1) systems that deliver MCV services shall not be used in areas which are less than two nautical miles (1 mile = 1852 meters) from the base line, see. The United Nations Convention on the law and Decree No. 242 of 21. April 1999 concerning the delimitation of Denmark's territorial sea and its subsequent amendments.



2) Between two and twelve nautical miles from the base line must only be used indoor ship base station antennas.



3) Limitations of mobile terminals, when these are used on board ships and in ship base stations:



Parameter





Description







Transmit Power/Power Density





Maximum radiated output power for mobile terminals used on board ships and checked by the ship's base station in 900 MHz band:

5 dBm.





 



Maximum radiated output power for mobile terminals used on board ships and checked by the ship's base station in 1 800 MHz band:

0 dBm.





 



Maximum power density of base stations on board ships, as measured on the ship's outdoor areas with a measuring antenna with 0 dBi gain:

-80 dBm/200 kHz.
Rules for access and occupancy





To use techniques for mitigation of interference that provides at least the same performance as the following mitigation factors based on GSM standards:





 









between two and three nautical miles from the base line to receive sensitivity and threshold level of disruption (the value for ACCMIN (1) and (2) RXLEV min.) for mobile terminals used on board ships, be equal to or higher than-70 dBm/200 kHz, and between three and twelve nautical miles from the baseline, this value must be equal to or higher than-75 dBm/200 kHz;





 









discontinuous transmission (3) must be enabled in the MCV-system in the uplink direction





 









Marine base station's value for time warp (4) must be set to the lowest possible.









(1)







ACCMIN (RX_LEV_ACCESS_MIN), as described in GSM standard ETSI TS 144 018.









(2)







RXLEV (RXLEV-FULL-SERVING-CELL), as described in GSM standard ETSI TS 148 008.









(3)







Discontinuous transmission DTX, or as described in GSM standard ETSI TS 148 008.









(4)







Time delay (timing advance) as described in GSM standard ETSI TS 144 018.











22. 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.

22.1. Frequency bands: 9 kHz-400 GHz





 









22.2. Restrictions on use:

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

23. Personal alarms

23.1. Radio frequencies/frequency bands: 32.2750 MHz





224.9250 MHz





869,65-869,70 MHz







32.3000 MHz





448.2500 MHz



 





32.3250 MHz





448.2750 MHz



 





146.0125 MHz





868,60-868,70 MHz



 





224.9000 MHz





869,20-869,40 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.

23.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-026.

24. PMR 446 (analog and digital)

24.1. Frequency bands: 446,0-446,1 MHz (analogue PMR)







446,1-446,2 MHz (digital PMR)





 









24.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 022.

25.27 MHz CB radio system (Citizens ' Band)

25.1. Frequency bands: 26,960-27,410 MHz (10 kHz channel spacing-26.995 MHz frequencies, except 27.045 MHz, 27.095 MHz, 27.145 MHz and 27.195 MHz)





 









The relevant frequency bands (with the exception of the listed centre 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.

25.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-028.

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

Radio frequency: 433.92 MHz 16.2.





 









The concerned radio frequency 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.

26.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-003.

27. Radio frequency identification (RFID)

27.1. Frequency bands: 865-868 MHz







2446-2454 MHz





 









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.

27.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-051.

27.3. Restrictions on use:

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

28. Radio chain installations

28.1. Frequency bands: 57.1-58.9 GHz





 









28.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-045.

29. Radio equipment in free circulation

29.1. 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.

30. RTTT (Road transport & Traffic Telematics)

30.1. Frequency bands: 5,795-5,815 GHz (road to vehicle)







24.05-24.25 GHz (bilradar)







63-64 GHz (vehicle to vehicle and road to vehicle)







76-77 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.

30.2. Radio interface:

No. 00 030.

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

31.1. Frequency bands: 10-12.75 GHz (receiver)





19.70-20,20 GHz (receiver)







14.00 – 14.50 GHz (transmitter)





29.50-30.00 GHz (transmitter)





 

 









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.

31.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-058.

19.4. 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











32. Terminals in the mobile satellite service

32.1. Frequency bands: 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 (transmitter)





 









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.

33. Train radio (Automatic wagon identification/AVI)

33.1. Spectrum bands: 2446-2454 MHz





 









The relevant frequency bands may 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.

33.2. Radio interface:

Nr. 00 002.

34. Train radio (Eurobalise)

21.2. 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.

21.3. Radio interface:

No. 00-048.

35. Train radio (Euro loop)

35.1. Radio frequencies/frequency bands: 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.

35.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-049.

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

36.1. Spectrum bands: 876,2 – 880,0 MHz (transmitter)







921,2-925,0 MHz (receiver)











37. Train radio (Automatic Train Control/ATC)

37.1. Radio frequencies: 50 kHz (control of trains)







100 kHz (energy supply from the trains)







823.5 kHz and 875 kHz (from the railroad tracks)











37.2. Restrictions on use: Frequency





50 kHz





100 kHz





823.5 kHz and 875 kHz







Maximum field strength





-10 dB µA/m





-10 dB µA/m





-10 dB µA/m







Measuring distance





80 m





125 m





20 m







Modulation





CW





CW





FSK











38. Wireless microphone system

38.1. Radio frequencies/frequency bands: 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





470-790 MHz







37.7000 MHz





173.4650 MHz





800-820 MHz







37.9000 MHz





173.6400 MHz





823-833 MHz







38.8000 MHz





173.6950 MHz





863-865 MHz







39.0000 MHz





173.8125 MHz





1785-1800 MHz





 

 

 









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.

38.2. Radio interface:

No. 00-025.

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.erst.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 may be used for wireless microphone system until 31 December 2005. December 2012.



5) 830-831 MHz frequency band must only be used on the island of Bornholm.



6) 823-830 MHz frequency band may be used throughout the country, with the exception of Bornholm.

39. Cordless telephone (DECT)

39.1. Frequency bands: 1880-1900 MHz









40. 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.

40.1. Radio interface:

No. 00-056.

41. UWB for level measurement (LPR-Level Probing Radar)

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

25.5. Radio interface:

No. 00-070.



Annex 6 tests for obtaining certificate for 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:

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.
Official notes 1) Ordinance contains rules implementing parts of a European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/20/EC of 7. March 2002 on the authorisation of electronic communications networks and services (authorisation directive), the official journal of the European communities 2002 nr. L 108 s. 21, European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/21/EC of 7. March 2002 on a common regulatory framework for electronic communications networks and services (framework directive), the official journal of the European communities 2002 nr. L 108 p. 33, and of the European Parliament and of the Council directive 2009/140/EC of 25. November 2009 amending Directive 2002/21/EC on a common framework for electronic communications networks and services, Directive 2002/19/EC on access to, and interconnection of, electronic communications networks and associated facilities, and Directive 2002/20/EC on the authorisation of electronic communications networks and services, the official journal of the European Union 2009, nr. L 337, p. 37.