Regulation To The Law On Amateur Radio

Original Language Title: Verordnung zum Gesetz über den Amateurfunk

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Regulation on amateur radio law (amateur radio regulation-AFuV)

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AFuV

date of delivery: 15.02.2005

full quote:

" amateur radio regulation of 15. February 2005 (BGBl. 242), as last amended by Article 4 (114) of the Law of 7. August 2013 (BGBl. I p. 3154) "

:Last modified by Art. 4 para. 114 G v. 7.8.2013 I 3154

For details, see Notes

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(+ + + Text evidence from: 19). 2.2005 + + +)

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On the basis of § 3 (2) sentence 2, § 4 (1) sentence 1, and § 6 and 8 Set 2 of the Amateur Radio Act of 23. June 1997 (BGBl. 1494), as defined by Article 229 of the Regulation of 25 June 1994. November 2003 (BGBl. 2304), in conjunction with the 2. Section of the Administrative Costing Act of 23. June 1970 (BGBl. 821), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Finance, arranges: Non-official table of contents

§ 1 Scope

This Regulation regulates
1.
the implementation and the content requirements the technical examination for radio amateurs,
2.
the classification of the different types of amateur radio products,
3.
the recognition of foreign amateur radio exam certificates or approvals,
4.
the procedure the allocation and details of the application and shared use of call sign,
5.
the training radio operation,
6.
the technical and operational framework conditions for the performance of the amateur radio service, including the terms of use for the in the frequency usage plan for the Amateur radio service designated frequency ranges (Appendix 1) and
7.
charges and outlays for measures pursuant to § 8 sentence 2 of the Amateur Radio Act (annex) 2).
Regulations of the Regulation on the detection method for the limitation of electromagnetic fields of 20. August 2002 (BGBl. I p. 3366) shall remain unaffected. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation,
1.
"Professional Examination for Funkamateurs" a review of the acquisition of a Amateur radio certificate;
2.
"Amateur radio certificate or certificate of examination" the confirmation of a national or foreign audit authority on a successfully completed technical examination for radio amateurs according to certain test requirements (certificate class);
3.
"club station" an amateur radio station, which is provided by members of a group of Radio amateurs are operated using a commonly used call sign;
4.
"remotely or automatically working amateur radio station" an unoccupied Amateur radio station operated remotely or automatically (relay radio stations, Digipeater, Funkbaken, etc.);
5.
"Relay radio station" amateur radio station (also in satellites) which sends out the received amateur radio broadcasts, parts thereof or other fed or stored signals remotely and thereby increasing the accessibility of amateur radio stations
6.
"Funkbake" an automatic amateur radio transmission system (also in satellites) which automatically sends out transmissions for field strength monitoring or to Received attempts;
7.
"peak power (PEP)" the performance of the transmitter under normal operating conditions during a period of high frequency oscillation at the highest peak of the modulation envelope can deliver on average to a real termination resistance;
8.
"Effective radiation power (ERP)" the product of the power supplied directly to the antenna, and its gain in one direction, relative to the half-wave dipole;
9.
" equivalent isotropic Radiation power (EIRP) " means the product of the power supplied directly to the antenna and its gain in one direction, relative to the isotropic sphere radiator;
10.
"occupied bandwidth" the frequency bandwidth at which the average performance below their lower and above upper frequency limits each 0.5% of the total the average performance of the transmission;
11.
"undesired emission" means any transmission outside the required bandwidth; this is the bandwidth which is used for a is just enough to ensure the transmission of the message with the speed and quality required under the given conditions.
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§ 3 Approval for Examination

(1) The application for admission to the examination is at the same time as the application for an amateur radio certificate is submitted after passing the To be checked in written or electronic form to the Federal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Post and Railways (Regulatory Authority). Details of the application procedure shall be determined by the regulatory authority and published in its Official Journal.(2) Admission to the examination shall be carried out if the relevant fee has previously been paid in accordance with Annex 2 (1) of this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Examination requirements and exam contents

(1) In the technical examination for radio amateurs, the applicant has for the Class A amateur radio certificate to demonstrate the following knowledge:
1.
technical knowledge, , including knowledge of electromagnetic compatibility and its application; personal and property protection,
2.
operational knowledge (national and international); international operational rules and procedures) and
3.
Knowledge of national regulations and international regulations and agreements.
(2) In the professional examination for radio amateurs, the applicant for the amateur radio certificate of category E shall demonstrate the basic principles of the knowledge required in paragraph 1 (1) and the knowledge required in paragraph 1 (2) and (3).(3) holders of Certificate Class E may obtain an examination certificate or an amateur radio certificate of Class A by successfully completing an additional examination.(4) Details of audit content and requirements and of the additional audits referred to in paragraphs 3 and 5 shall be determined by the regulatory authority, taking into account international recommendations, and published in its Official Journal.(5) In a voluntary supplementary examination, skills in the hearing and giving of morse signs can be demonstrated. The examination is subject to a charge according to Appendix 2, No. 1c. The regulatory authority certifies the successful detection of practical skills in listening and giving morse signs. The provisions of § § 5 and 6 shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Examination of the examination

(1) The examination in accordance with § 4 (1), (2) and (3) shall consist of a written examination, which shall: the conditions to be determined in accordance with paragraph 5 may be followed by an oral examination. The tests are not public. The Chairman of the Audit Committee may allow persons who demonstrate a legitimate interest to be present during the examination.(2) The examination board shall decide on the outcome of the examination. The examination has been passed if the applicant has demonstrated sufficient knowledge, skills and, as far as necessary, skills in all parts. In the event of a non-unanimous evaluation of the results of the examination, the chairperson of the examination decides.(3) Non-component parts of the test may be repeated within 24 months of the date of notification of the examination result. At the end of this period, the test must be fully repeated. Any additional exams that have not passed can only be re-filed as a complete additional check. § 3 shall apply accordingly.(4) Persons with disabilities should, in order to preserve their equal opportunities in the performance of the examination, be granted the necessary facilities to ensure that they are subject to their special needs. The disability is to be proved with the application for examination in written or electronic form. The regulatory authority shall decide on the nature and extent of the facilities to be granted.Details of the conduct of audits shall be determined by the regulatory authority after consultation of the parties concerned and shall be published in its Official Journal. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Examination Committee

(1) Examination committees are formed by the regulatory authority for the acceptance of exams. An audit committee shall consist of a chairman and at least one co-chairperson.(2) The chairpersons and the assessors of the audit committees (examiners) shall be appointed by the President of the regulatory authority; they shall not be members of the regulatory authority. The appointment shall normally be made for five years and may be extended. The regulatory authority may withdraw the appointment of examiners for important reasons even before the expiry of the specified time limit. This includes, in particular, the concern that a proper performance of the audit tasks for health or other reasons is not ensured.(3) The reviewer can be ordered who
1.
all year round and
2.
Owner of an amateur radio certificate of certificate class A or in the possession of an at least equivalent professional qualification.
Details will be provided by the regulatory authority, and published in its Official Journal. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 amateur radio certificate

(1) Amateur radio certificates are divided into classes A and E. The amateur radio certificate of category A corresponds to the harmonised examination certificate (HAREC) of the CEPT (European Conference of Administrations for Post and Telecommunications). Amateur radio certificates shall be issued by the regulatory authority after the competent examination has been passed.(2) The prerequisite for the granting of an amateur radio certificate of category A is that the test participant has passed the examination in accordance with § 5 para. 2 and thus has proven the required knowledge in accordance with § 4 (1).(3) The prerequisite for the granting of an amateur radio certificate of class E is that the examination participant has passed the examination in accordance with § 5 para. 2 and thus has proven the knowledge required in § 4 paragraph 2. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Recognition of examination certificates and approvals

(1) Examination certificates from states that are The implementation of CEPT recommendations on harmonised audit certificates is the same as in German amateur radio products of the corresponding class. More details on the implementation of harmonised CEPT rules will be laid down by the regulatory authority and published in its Official Journal.(2) Other examination certificates or authorisations may be accepted if the content of the examinations and requirements underlying them are equivalent to those of a German amateur radio certificate. The regulatory authority shall be required to submit a certified translation from the original of the documents or documents referred to in the first sentence, which are not in German, English or French. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Admission to participate in amateur radio service

(1) The regulatory authority shall, on request, allow a natural person to § 3 (1) of the Amateur Radio Act on the basis of its submitted amateur radio certificate or an equivalent certificate within the meaning of § 8 for participation in the amateur radio service, with simultaneous allocation of a person-bound call sign to.(2) The authorisation to participate in the amateur radio service shall entice the radio amateur to use the frequency ranges designated in Appendix 1, in accordance with the terms of use laid down for this purpose, in accordance with the conditions laid down in its authorisation. (3) With the application for admission to the amateur radio service in accordance with Section 3 (1) of the Amateur Radio Act, the radio amateur has to inform the regulatory authority at which locations he/she has fixed his/her fixed position Amateur radio stations will operate.(4) The holder of an authorisation referred to in paragraph 1 shall, without delay, change the name or address as well as the re-erection of a fixed amateur radio station or permanent transfer of a location of its fixed amateur radio stations To be notified in writing or in electronic form to the regulatory authority.(5) An authorisation to participate in the amateur radio service is not required for the reception of transmissions. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Call character allocation

(1) A person-bound call sign shall be a radio amateur from the regulatory authority on the The basis of Section 3 (3) No. 1 of the Amateur Radio Act. There is no claim for allocation of a specific call sign. A person-bound call sign, which has been waived, will be reassigned to another radio amateur at the earliest after one year.The regulatory authority shall, in addition to the person-bound call sign referred to in paragraph 1, notify the radio amateur to the radio amateur for further call signs for the training radio operation, for remote and automatic amateur radio stations or for club stations. Call sign allocations may be limited to a limited period.(3) The regulatory authority shall draw up and publish in its Official Journal a call sign plan for the amateur radio service in Germany. The call sign plan shall contain the series of callsigns used, including the assignment to the classes and uses, the permissible identifiers, the non-allotted call sign compositions and the internationally common use of the call sign series. Call character records. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Call sign application

(1) Call sign is used for identification. The call signs allocated for the particular purpose of use shall be transmitted at the beginning and end of each radio link and at least every ten minutes during the radio traffic. Further details of the call-mark application, including the derogation provided for in paragraph 4, may be adopted by the regulatory authority and published in its Official Journal.(2) In the case of the operation of low-performance amateur radio transmitters for the purpose of being used, a call sign designation can be waived if the identifiers are used in accordance with section 10 (3).(3) International additives may be added to the call sign. These must not distort the assigned call sign.(4) A call sign shall not be allowed to participate simultaneously from different locations on the amateur radio service. Exceptions are permitted, but require prior approval by the regulatory authority. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Training radio operation

(1) The training radio operation is designed to prepare practical preparation for the laying down of the professional examination for the acquisition of an amateur radio certificate. Radio amateurs admitted to the amateur radio service are entitled to carry out the training radio operation after the prior allocation of a training call sign in accordance with § 3 paragraph 3 no. 2 of the Amateur Radio Act. The training call sign shall be allocated on request. The allocation shall determine the scope of the authorization for the training radio operation.(2) In the framework of the training radio operation, persons who are not holders of a corresponding amateur radio certificate shall be allowed to participate in the amateur radio service under the direct guidance and supervision of the holder of the training call sign.(3) During the course of the training operation, the trainee is to use the assigned training call sign from the trainees.(4) In the case of training radio operations, information concerning the radio operation must be recorded in writing by the trainee and confirmed by the trainers. This one has to keep the records a year. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Remote or automatic amateur radio stations

(1) The operation of a remote or auto-operated service Amateur radio station requires a separate call-sign allocation in accordance with § 3 (3) (3) of the Amateur Radio Act. This radio station may only be operated at the location indicated in the call sign allocation under the conditions laid down there.(2) The call sign allocation assumes a location-based compatibility examination for the frequency which is intended for use in each case. The call sign can only be allocated if corresponding frequencies are available.(3) With the call sign allocation, the scope of authorization for the operation of the remote-controlled or automatic amateur radio station is established. It can be provided with further conditions which are intended to ensure interference-free use of the frequency. Details shall be determined by the regulatory authority after consultation of the parties concerned and shall be published in its Official Journal.(4) The radio operation via remote amateur radio stations referred to in paragraph 1 shall be permitted to radio amateurs with assigned call sign. The dispatches and radio traffic of the amateur radio stations referred to in paragraph 1 shall take precedence over the rest of the amateur radio traffic and shall not be affected. In order to ensure trouble-free operation, the holder of the call sign of a remote amateur radio station referred to in paragraph 1 may exclude other radio amateurs from the use of the amateur radio station. The regulatory authority shall be informed accordingly.(5) In addition to the cases referred to in Article 49 (2) of the Administrative Procedure Act, the allocation for radio stations as referred to in paragraph 1 may also be revoked if
1.
The owner of the call sign within one year after the assignment did not include the intended operation of the remote or automatically working amateur radio station or an outage of more than one year,
2.
the compatibility with other uses is no longer guaranteed or
3.
the requirement of paragraph 2 sentence 2 is no longer given, or
4.
the owner of the call sign is Obligations as referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1 or an obligation under the second sentence of paragraph 3 not fulfilled.
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§ 14 Club Stations

(1) The call sign for the operation of an amateur radio station as a club station pursuant to Article 3 (3) (4) of the Amateur Radio Act shall be allocated to a radio amateur admitted to the amateur radio service if he is appointed by the head of a group of Radio amateurs of the regulatory authority have been designated in written or electronic form as the person responsible for the club station. With the allocation, the scope of authorization for the operation of the club station is determined.(2) Without prejudice to the provisions of Section 3 (4) of the Amateur Radio Act, the assignment may be revoked if the nomination of the radio amateur is withdrawn by the head of the group of radio amateurs in written or electronic form or the group has dissolved.(3) Radio amateurs with a licence to participate in the amateur radio service, who are using the club station, have to use the call sign of the club station.(4) Radio amateurs admitted to the amateur radio service with an amateur radio certificate of category E may use the club station as part of their scope of authorization in accordance with section 9 (2). Non-official table of contents

§ 15 Call sign list

(1) The regulatory authority publishes the assigned German call signs and their holders in a call sign list.(2) The call sign list contains the following information:
1.
assigned call sign, class and Purpose of use,
2.
Name, first name and address of the holder of the permit to participate in the amateur radio service and
3.
Location of the fixed amateur radio station.
(3) The entry in the callsign list can be contradicted. The opposition shall be submitted to the regulatory authority in written or electronic form. It shall draw the attention of the radio amateurs to their right of objection in good time and in an appropriate manner. Regardless of the content of the contradictions, all assigned call signs in connection with the name of the owner and the locations of amateur radio stations according to § 13 will be added to the directory. Non-official table of contents

§ 16 Technical and operational framework conditions for amateur radio stations

(1) The amateur radio station is the general to set up and maintain approved rules of technology.(2) The technical and operational framework conditions laid down in Appendix 1 to this Regulation shall apply to the use of the frequency ranges of the amateur radio service. The regulatory authority may, upon request for specific experimental and technical-scientific studies with an amateur radio station, allow for a limited period of time. This can be done under additional conditions and be made dependent on the allocation of a further call sign.(3) An amateur radio station may be connected to telecommunications networks. In this connection, the telecommunications regulations must be observed. The provision of links to telecommunications networks via a remote amateur radio station in accordance with § 13 shall only be permitted to the holder of the call sign for this amateur radio station.(4) Undesirable dispatches should be limited to the lowest possible level. Required guidelines for radio equipment in accordance with § 1 (3) (1) of the Law on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment of 31 December 2013. January 2001 (BGBl. 170) shall be published in the Official Journal of the regulatory authority after consultation of the parties concerned.(5) At the request of the regulatory authority, the radio amateur shall submit technical documentation relating to its transmission system and a sketch of the local arrangement of the fixed antenna system.(6) Match work and measurements on transmitters of amateur radio stations shall be carried out at a terminating resistor.(7) The amateur radio traffic is to be handled in open language. The international amateur key and the internationally customary operating abbreviations are considered to be open language.(8) Amateur radio traffic should not be encrypted for concealment of the content; control signals for earth and space radio stations of the amateur radio service via satellites shall not be considered as encrypted transmissions. The sending of misleading signals, permanent carriers and broadcast-like performances, as well as the use of international emergency, emergency and safety signs of the sea and air service is not permitted.(9) The radio amateur shall take appropriate measures to exclude the abuse of his amateur radio station. Non-official table of contents

§ 17 disruptions and measures in the event of disruption

(1) The regulatory authority may identify and investigate The operator of an amateur radio station is obliged to participate in the causes of malfunction or for clarification of the frequency-related questions. In particular, the Commission may require the radio amateur to record and present information on the operation of the amateur radio station in writing and that the radio amateur shall carry out test reports in the course of the accident investigation, which shall include: Metrological evaluation of the interference scenarios.(2) Until the investigation or elimination of the cause of disruption, the regulatory authority may, vis-à-vis the operator of an amateur radio station, block certain frequency ranges, reduce the transmission power or other appropriate measures. order.(3) The provisions of the Act concerning the electromagnetic compatibility of operating resources shall remain unaffected. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 18 Fees and Deposits

For individually attributable public services according to the Amateur Radio Act and this Ordinance shall be charged pursuant to Annex 2 of this Regulation and to the charges pursuant to Section 23 (6) of the Federal Law on Fees. Non-official table of contents

§ 19 Transitional rules

(1) For amateur radio certificates issued prior to the entry into force of this Regulation:
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Class 3 amateur radio certificates are the Class E amateur radio in the sense of this
2.
All other amateur radio certificates issued are the same as the amateur radio certificate of category A within the meaning of this Regulation.
(2) Authorisations for participation in the amateur radio service and for amateur radio licences issued prior to the entry into force of this Regulation shall apply mutaly to paragraph 1.(3) Where this is necessary to participate in the amateur radio service outside the scope of the amateur radio law, category A amateur radio products shall be subject to this Regulation and to amateur radio products of category 2, in accordance with the Amateur radio regulation of 23. December 1997 (BGBl. 1998 I p. 42) Class 1 amateur radio products according to the amateur radio regulation of the 23. December 1997 (BGBl. 42), provided that the holder is in possession of a certificate pursuant to Article 4 (5) sentence 3 of this Regulation.(4) Until the publication by the Federal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Post and Railway (Bundesnetzagentur für Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Post and Railways) of general requirements for the use of the frequency range pursuant to Appendix 1 (A) No 13, the provisions of the Official Journal No. 311/2005 of the Federal Network Agency (published in Official Journal No 24/2005 of 21 December 2005). December 2005). Non-official table of contents

§ 20 Entry into force, expiry date

(1) This Regulation will enter into force on the day after the announcement.(2) (3) Until the publication of the indicative values in accordance with Article 16 (4) of this Regulation, the provisions of Section 12 (3) and (4) of the Regulation on the implementation of the Act on Amateur Radio of 13 shall apply. March 1967 (BGBl. I p. 284). Non-official table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § 1 no. 6)
Terms of use for the amateur radio service and the amateur radio frequency usage plan Amateur radio service via satellite-designated frequency ranges

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2006, 2071-2073) On the basis of § 6 sentence 1 of the Act on amateur radio of 23. June 1997 (BGBl. 1494), the technical and operational framework conditions for the use of radio frequencies of the amateur radio service and the amateur radio service are defined in the following text:
remote-operated and automatically working Amateur radio stations within the meaning of Article 13 (1) and (2) of this Regulation may only be operated on the frequencies shown in the call sign allocation for these amateur radio stations. The maximum permitted radiation power for remotely operated or automatically operating terrestrial amateur radio stations is above 30 MHz 15 Watt ERP. The owner of the call sign allocation must ensure that remote-served amateur radio stations can be switched off at any time.
The occupied bandwidth of an emission is according to the state of the art on the transmission type used for the transmission type to the extent necessary. The center frequency of the transmissions must be selected in such a way that the occupied bandwidth is within the frequency range allocated to the amateur radio. The priority of the radio traffic of already used frequencies must be observed.
The radio services are differentiated according to primary and secondary radio services. A primary radio service is a radio service whose radio stations can request protection against interference by radio stations of secondary radio services, even if these frequencies have already been allocated. Protection against interference by radio stations of the same or of another primary radio service can only require the radio station which has been allocated the frequency earlier. A secondary radio service shall be a radio service whose radio stations may not cause interference with the radio stations of a primary radio service or may require protection from interference by such radio stations, irrespective of when the radio service is Frequency allocation to radio stations of the primary radio service. However, they may require protection against interference by radio stations of the same or any other secondary radio service whose frequency allocation is later carried out.
In the frequency ranges referred to in point A, the rules of the Frequency usage plan and, in addition, the special terms of use referred to in point A and letter B.
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Special Terms of Use
Lfd. No. frequency ranges Status *) AR certificate class according to the admissions certificate Max Performance Additional Terms of Use according to B
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 135, 7-137,8 kHz S A 1 W ERP1210
21.810-1.850 kHz P A 750 W PEP 3
2a1.810-1.850 kHz P E 100 W PEP3
31.850-1.890 kHz S A 75 W PEP31012
3a1.850- 1.890 kHz S E 75 W PEP3 1012
41.890-2,000 kHz S A 10 W PEP310
4a1.890-2,000 kHz S E 10 W PEP310
53.500-3.800 kHz P A 750 W PEP 3
5a3.500-3.800 kHz P E 100 W PEP3
67.000-7.100 kHz P A 750 W PEP313
6a7.100-7.200 kHz S A 250 W PEP3
7 10.100 -10.150 kHz S A 150 W PEP11012
8 14,000 -14.350 kHz P A 750 W PEP313
9 18.068 -18.168 kHz P A 750 W PEP313 
10 21.000 -21.450 kHz P A 750 W PEP313
10a 21.000 -21.450 kHz P E 100 W PEP 313
11 24.890 -24.990 kHz P A 750 W PEP313
12 28-29.7 MHz P A 750 W PEP413
12a 28-29.7 MHz P E 100 W PEP4 13
13 50,08-51 MHz S A 25 W ERP5
14 144-146 MHz P A 750 W PEP613
15 144-146 MHz P E 75 W PEP613
16 430-440 MHz P A 750 W PEP713
17 430-440 MHz P E 75 W PEP7 13
181.240-1.300 MHz S A 750 W PEP81113
192.320-2.450 MHz S A 75 W PEP913
203.400-3.475 MHz S A 75 W PEP9
215.650-5.850 MHz S A 75 W PEP913
22 10-10,5 GHz S A 75 W PEP 913
23 10-10,5 GHz S E 5 W PEP913
24 24-24.05 GHz P A 75 W PEP13
25 24.05-24.25 GHz S A 75 W PEP9 
26 47-47,2 GHz P A 75 W PEP13
27 75, 5-76 GHz P A 75 W PEP9 13
28 76-77.5 GHz S A 75 W PEP913
29 77, 5-78 GHz S A 75 W PEP913
30 78-81.5 GHz S A 75 W PEP913 
31 122.25-123 GHz S A 75 W PEP9
32 134-136 GHz P A 75 W PEP9 13
33 136-141 GHz S A 75 W PEP913
34 241-248 GHz S A 75 W PEP13
35 248-250 GHz P A 75 W PEP13
36 > 275 GHz---14
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P: Amateur radio service is primary radio service, S: amateur radio service is secondary radio service in accordance with the frequency domain allocation planning regulation. The frequency ranges identified with "P" can also be assigned to other primary radio services at the same time.

 B Additional Terms of Use 
1
Maximum used bandwidth of an outboard: 800 Hz.
2
The type of operation is to be notified to the regulatory authority in writing. The transmitting antenna must be sufficiently decoupled from other systems. If primary radio service interference is also caused in adjacent frequency ranges, the operation is to be set.
3
Maximum allowable used bandwidth of a Transmission: 2.7 kHz.
4
Maximum allowable bandwidth of external dung: 7 kHz.
5
The use of the frequency range may be provided by the regulatory authority with additional general requirements; the use is limited to fixed amateur radio stations. The terms and conditions of use shall be determined by the regulatory authority and published in its Official Journal.
6
The maximum permitted range of outposts shall be: 40 kHz.
7
The maximum permitted bandwidth of an emission is 2 MHz and in the case of amplitude-modulated television transmissions 7 MHz.
8
The maximum permitted bandwidth of an emission is 2 MHz, in the case of amplitude modulated or digital TV shows 7 MHz and in frequency-modulated television broadcasts 18 MHz.
9
The maximum permitted bandwidth of an emission is 10 MHz, and 20 MHz for TV shows.
10
The operation of remote-service amateur radio stations is not permitted. Amateur radio contests must not be carried out in this frequency range.
11
In the range of 1,247 to 1,263 MHz, the radiated power is on the a maximum of 5 watts of EIRP. The operation of remote and automatically operating amateur radio stations is not permitted in this area.
12
The maximum permitted radiation power for Automatically operating amateur radio stations is 15 watts ERP.
13
The frequency ranges 7,000-7.100 kHz, 14,000-14.250 kHz, 18.068-18.168 kHz, 21.000-21.450 kHz, 24.890-24.990 kHz, 28-29.7 MHz, 144-146 MHz, 24-24.05 GHz, 47-47,2 GHz, 75.5-76 GHz, 134-136 GHz and 248-250 GHz can also be used for the amateur radio service via satellites; the amateur radio service via satellite is thereby primary radio service. The frequency ranges 435-438 MHz, 1.260-1.270 MHz, 2.400-2.450 MHz, 5.650-5.670 MHz, 5.830-5.850 MHz, 10.45-10.50 GHz, 76-81.5 GHz, 136-141 GHz and 241-248 GHz can also be used for amateur radio service via satellites; the Amateur radio service via satellites is a secondary radio service. In the frequency ranges 435-438 MHz, 1,260-1,270 MHz, 2,400-2,450 MHz and 5,650-5,670 MHz, other secondary radio services are pre-calculated over satellite over the amateur radio service. The use of the frequency ranges 1.260-1.270 MHz and 5,650-5.670 MHz is limited to the transmission direction earth-space and in the frequency range 5.830-5.850 MHz to the transmission direction of space-earth-earth.
14
The frequency ranges 444-453 GHz, 510-546 GHz, 711-730 GHz, 909-926 GHz, 945-951 GHz, and frequencies above 956 GHz can be used by the amateur radio service. The terms and conditions of use shall be determined by the regulatory authority and published in its Official Journal.
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Asset 2 (to § 1 No. 7 and § 18)
fee list

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2005, 250) The regulatory authority charges the following fees for official acts in accordance with Article 18 of this Regulation:
1 2 3
 
Lfd. No. Charge InventoryCharge in Euro
(starting from 1.1.)
2005 2006 2008
1
a)
Granting of an amateur radio event by passing (Only-) Check for
Class A90 *)100 *)110 *)
Class E60 *)70 *)80 *)
b)
Issue of an amateur radio certificate after passing the repeat test for
Class A60 *) 70 *)80 *)
Class E40 *)50 *) 60 *)
c)
issuing a certificate or a Amateur radio certificate after passing the supplementary test in accordance with § 4 para. 3 or par. 5
60 *) 70 *) 80 *)
2 outlets of a harmonised examination certificate or a certificate second copy 40 55 70
3
a)
Admission to participate in amateur radio service and allocation of a person-bound Callsign
405570
b)
dispatch of a further call sign according to § 16 para. 2
405570
c)
Allocation of a training call sign according to § 12 para. 1
707070
d)
Allocation of a call sign for a club station according to § 14 para. 1
6085 110
e)
Allocation of a call sign for a remote or automatic call working amateur radio station (for example relay radio station or radio bake) according to § 13 para. 1
80 150 200
4 Arrangement of the restriction of the operation or the decommissioning of an amateur radio station due to violations of provisions of the Amateur Radio Act or amateur radio regulation 160 160 160
5 Check and accept approvals from other administrations and not CEPT-compliant audit certificates 70 100 130
6 Withdrawal of an application after the commencement of the factual processing and before the end of the official act; rejection of requests to the in referred to in points 1 to 3 and 5; revocation or withdrawal of an official act, to the extent that the person concerned has given rise to such an act. The fee is reduced by a quarter of the administrative charge fee.
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The fee is the audit date