Regulation To The Law On Amateur Radio

Original Language Title: Verordnung zum Gesetz über den Amateurfunk

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Regulation to the Act on the ham radio (amateur radio regulation - AFuV) AFuV Ausfertigung date: 15.02.2005 full quotation: "amateur radio regulation of 15 February 2005 (BGBl. I p. 242), most recently by article 4 paragraph 114 of the Act of August 7, 2013 (BGBl. I p. 3154) is changed" stand: last amended by article 4 para 114 G v. 7.8.2013 3154 for details on the stand number you find in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from) : 19 2.2005 +++) input formula on the basis of § 3 para 2 sentence 2, of § 4 para 1 sentence 1 and of articles 6 and 8 sentence 2 of the amateur radio law of 23 June 1997 (BGBl. I p. 1494), by article 229 of the Decree of 25 November 2003 (BGBl. I S. 2304) are been changed in connection with the 2nd section of the administrative expenses Act of 23 June 1970 (BGBl. I p. 821) which ordered the Federal Ministry of Economics and labour in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Finance: article 1 scope this regulation lays down 1 implementation and the content of the technical requirements for radio amateurs, 2. the classification of different types of amateur radio certificates, 3. acknowledge foreign amateur radio examination certificates or approvals, 4. the procedure of allocation and details of the application and sharing by call sign, 5. training radio operation, 6 the technical and operational framework for the implementation of the amateur radio service, including the terms of use for the frequency ranges shown in the frequency utilisation plan for the amateur radio service (annex 1) and 7 the fees and expenses for action according to § 8 sentence 2 of the amateur radio law (annex 2).
Provisions of the Ordinance on the detection methods to limit electromagnetic fields of 20 August 2002 (Federal Law Gazette I S. 3366) remain unaffected.

Article 2 definitions for the purposes of this regulation is 1 "professional exam for radio amateurs" checking on the purchase of an amateur radio certificate;
2. "Amateur radio certificate or inspection certificate" confirmation of a domestic or foreign examination authority one successfully dropped professional examination for radio amateurs to specific test requirements (certificate class);
3. "Club station" an amateur radio station, operated by members of a group of radio amateurs by using a shared call sign;
4. "remote or automatic amateur radio station" an unoccupied powered amateur radio station that remotely or automatically generate mailings (Digipeater, relay stations, radio beacons, etc.);
5. remote triggered sends a remote controlled amateur radio station (also in satellites), the received amateur radio transmissions, parts thereof or other injected or stored signals "Wireless Repeater" and it is used to increase the accessibility of amateur radio stations;
6. 'Radio beacon' means automatically working amateur radio transmitter (also in satellites), which automatically releases to observing field strength or reception attempts produces;
7 "Peak power (PEP)" performance, the transmitter under normal operating conditions during a period of high frequency vibration at the highest peak of the modulation envelope on average to make a real terminator;
8 "effective radiated power (ERP)" the product of the performance, which is directly fed to the antenna, and her win in one direction, based on the half wave dipole;
9 "equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP)" the product of the performance, which is directly fed to the antenna, and her win in one direction, based on the isotropic radiator.
10. "occupied bandwidth" means the frequency bandwidth, you kept at an average each 0.5% of the total average emission below their lower and sent above their upper frequency limits central services;
11 "unwanted emissions" any emission outside the necessary bandwidth. This is the amount of bandwidth, which is just enough for a given kind of broadcasting to ensure the transmission of the message with the speed and quality, which is required under the given conditions.

§ 3 admission to the examination (1) is at the same time with the application for an amateur radio certificate after passing the test in written or electronic form to the Federal Network Agency for electricity, gas, telecommunications, post and railways (regulatory authority) to the application for admission to the examination. Details of the application procedures will be set by the regulatory authority and published in their official journal.
(2) the admission to the test occurs when previously paid the relevant fee in accordance with Annex 2 No. 1 of this regulation.

Section 4 testing requirements and test content (1) in the professional examination for radio amateurs has to prove the applicants for the amateur radio certificate of class of A following Knowledge: 1 technical knowledge, including knowledge about the electromagnetic compatibility and their application; People - and thing protection, 2 operational knowledge (national and international operational rules and procedures) and 3 knowledge of national regulations and international regulations and agreements.
(2) in the professional examination for radio amateurs of applicants for the class E amateur radio certificate has the essential principles in paragraph 1 No. 1 required knowledge and which in paragraph 1 No. 2 and 3 required knowledge to prove.
(3) the holder of the certificate of class E can get through successful drop of an additional examination an examination certificate or an amateur radio certificate of class A.
(4) details of examination content and requirements and the additional tests according to paragraph 3 and 5 are set, taking into account international recommendations of the regulatory authority and published in their official journal.
(5) in a voluntary additional test skills in listening and giving Morse code can be detected. The check is charged for according to annex 2 No. 1c. The regulatory authority attesting the successful proof of practical skills in listening and giving Morse code. The provisions of articles 5 and 6 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

§ 5 conduct of the examination (1) the examination according to article 4, paragraph 1, 2 and 3 consists of a written test, which can be followed by an oral review under the conditions to be determined in accordance with paragraph 5. The exams are not public. The Chairman of the Audit Committee may allow people who prove a legitimate interest, attendance at the examination.
(2) the examination Board shall decide on the outcome of the examination. The test is passed if the applicant in all parts has demonstrated sufficient knowledge, abilities and skills as far as required. The examination Chairman decides not unanimous assessment of the examination result.
(3) failed portions of the exam can be repeated within 24 months after the announcement of the examination results. After expiry of this period, the test must be repeated completely. Not additional exam can be stored only as a full additional check again. § 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(4) disabled people are promoting their equality of opportunity during examination on request the facilities corresponding to their particular concerns. The disability is to prove with the application for the examination in written or electronic form. The regulatory authority decides on the nature and extent of the relief to be granted.
(5) details of carrying out tests will be set after consultation of interested parties by the regulatory authority and published in their official journal.

§ 6 Examination Board (1) the loss of checks examination boards produced by the regulatory authority. An Audit Committee consists of a Chairman and at least one assessor.
(2) the Chairman and the Member of the Audit Committee (Auditor) are appointed by the President of the regulatory authority; they must be not members of the regulatory authority. The appointment is for five years; It may be extended. The regulatory authority may withdraw the appeal examiners also before the set deadline for important reasons. This includes in particular the concern that a proper perception of the examination papers for health or other reasons is not guaranteed.
(3) to the investigator can be ordered, who 1 came of age and 2. holder of an amateur radio certificate of the certificate of class A or is in possession of at least equivalent professional financial statements.
Details will be determined by the regulatory authority and published in their official journal.

§ 7 amateur radio certificate (1) amateur radio communication certificates are divided into classes A and E. The amateur radio certificate of class A complies with the harmonised test certificate (HAREC) of the CEPT (European Conference of postal and telecommunications administrations). The amateur radio communication certificates are issued by the regulatory authority after passing the Professional exam.
(2) a prerequisite for issuing an amateur radio certificate of class A is that the candidates has passed the examination in accordance with § 5 para 2 and thus demonstrated the required knowledge according to article 4, paragraph 1.
(3) requirements for the issuance of an amateur radio certificate of class E is that the candidates has passed the examination in accordance with § 5 para 2 and thus demonstrated the knowledge required in section 4, paragraph 2.

Article 8 recognition of examination certificates and permits
(1) audit certificates are of the same States that are committed to implementing the CEPT recommendations for harmonized audit certificates, German amateur radio certificates of the corresponding class. For further details on the implementation of harmonised rules of the CEPT are set by the regulator and published in their official journal.
(2) other audit certificates or permits can be recognized when the underlying test contents and requirements are equivalent to those of a German amateur radio certificate. The regulatory authority is from the original of the certificate or documents pursuant to sentence 1, which are not drawn up in German, English or French, to submit a translation.

Article 9 approval to participate in the amateur radio service (1) the regulatory authority can be at the request of a natural person referred to in section 3, paragraph 1, of the amateur radio Act on the basis of submitted amateur radio certificate or an equivalent certificate within the meaning of § 8 to participate in the amateur radio service under simultaneous allocation to a personal call sign.
(2) the authorisation to take part in the amateur radio service entitles the ham radio operator for the use of the frequency bands designated in Appendix 1 in accordance with the terms laid down for that in accordance with the certificate class (permission level) laid down in its approval.
(3) with the application for authorisation to take part in the amateur radio service pursuant to section 3 para 1 of the amateur radio law, the radio amateur of the regulator has to announce where he will operate his fixed amateur radio stations.
(4) the holder of an authorisation has to show any change of name or address without delay as well as the new direction of a fixed amateur radio station or a permanent installation of a site of its fixed amateur radio stations before in written or electronic form of the regulatory authority referred to in paragraph 1.
(5) for the reception of transmissions, an authorisation to take part in the amateur radio service is not required.

§ 10 (1) call sign allocation is a tacit call sign assigned a ham radio operator by the regulatory authority on the basis of § 3 paragraph 3 No. 1 of the amateur radio law. There is no entitlement to allocation of a specific callsign. A tacit call sign, which has been omitted, is newly allocated an other radio amateur after a year at the earliest.
(2) the regulatory authority allocates more call sign for radio operation training, remote controlled and automatically working amateur radio stations, or Club stations the radio amateur in addition to the personal call sign referred to in paragraph 1 at the request. Call sign allocations may be temporary.
(3) the regulatory authority created and published in the official journal a call sign plan for the amateur radio service in Germany. The call sign plan contains the applied call sign series including the mapping to the classes and uses, the IDs, the ineligible allocation callsign compositions and the international call sign accessories.

§ 11 callsign use (1) call sign are used for the identification. The call sign assigned for the intended purpose are beginning and ending each wireless connection, as well as to submit at least every ten minutes during radio communications. More details about the call sign application can be set including the derogation according to paragraph 4 of the regulatory authority and published in their official journal.
(2) when operating from under-performing amateur radio transmitter for tracking purposes may be waived a callsign entry, when using identifiers in accordance with § 10 paragraph 3.
(3) internationally common suffixes can be added to the call sign. This may not affect the assigned call sign.
(4) with a call sign may be not participated from different locations on the amateur radio service. Exceptions are permitted, require prior approval by the regulatory authority.

§ 12 training radio operation (1) the training radio operation serves the practical preparation for the dropping of the professional examination to acquire of an amateur radio certificate. Conducting the training operation approved radio amateurs are entitled to No 2 of the amateur radio law to the amateur radio service after prior allocation of training call sign in accordance with article 3 para. 3. The training call sign will be allocated on request. The allocation sets the permission level for training radio operation.
(2) within the framework of the training operation is people who are not holders of an appropriate amateur radio certificate, allows participation in the amateur radio service under close guidance and supervision of the holder of the training call sign.
(3) during the training radio company allotted training callsign of the trainees is to use.
(4) in training radio operation are to hold information about radio operation by the trainee in writing and to be confirmed by the instructor. This has the records to be kept a year.

§ 13 the operating one remotely operated remote-operated or automatically working amateur radio stations (1) or automatic amateur radio station No. 3 of the amateur radio law requires a separate call sign allocation according to § 3 para 3. This radio station may be operated only at the location listed in the call sign allocation under the conditions there laid down.
(2) the call sign assignment precedes a locational impact study frequency intended to use. The call sign can be allocated only if corresponding frequencies are available.
(3) with the call sign allocation, the scope of permission for the operation is remotely the or set automatic amateur radio station. She can be fitted with other requirements designed to ensure a trouble-free use of the spectrum. Details will be determined by the regulatory body after consultation with the interested parties and published in their official journal.
(4) the operation of remote controlled amateur radio stations is to allow radio amateurs with call sign split to referred to in paragraph 1. Mailings and radio communications of amateur radio stations referred to in paragraph 1 take precedence before other amateur radio communications and must not be impaired. To ensure a trouble-free operation, the holder of the call sign of a remotely controlled amateur radio station can exclude other radio amateurs by the use of the amateur radio station referred to in paragraph 1. The regulatory authority shall be informed thereof.
(5) the licence for radio stations referred to in paragraph 1 may be revoked also mentioned cases except in the section 49 paragraph 2 of the Administrative Procedure Act, if 1 the holder of the call sign within one year after the allocation has excluded the intended operation of the remotely controlled or automatically working amateur radio station or an interruption of more than one year, 2. compatibility with other usage is no longer ensured or 3. the requirement of paragraph 2 sentence 2 is no longer available or
4. the holder of the call sign its obligations pursuant to paragraph 1 sentence 2 or a requirement pursuant to paragraph 3 sentence 2 does not meet.

§ 14 Club stations (1) allocated the call sign for the operation of an amateur radio station as Club station according to § 3 para 3 No. 4 of the amateur radio law a ham radio operator authorised to participate in the amateur radio service if he by the leader of a group of radio amateurs of the regulatory authority in written or electronic form as the person in charge of the Club station is named. The allocation sets the permission level for the operation of the Club station.
(2) without prejudice to the provisions of § 3 para 4 of the amateur radio law, the allocation may be revoked if the naming of radio amateur is withdrawn by the head of the Group of radio amateurs in written or electronic form, or the group is dissolved.
(3) radio amateurs with approval to participate in the amateur radio service, who use the Club station, have to use the Club station callsign.
(4) approved to the amateur radio service radio amateurs with an amateur radio certificate of class E may use the Club station in part their permission in accordance with section 9, paragraph 2.

§ 15 call sign list (1) the regulatory authority published the allocated German call sign and their owners in a callsign list.
(2) the call sign list contains the following information: 1 allocated callsign, class and purpose, 2. name, first name and address of the holder of the authorisation to take part in the amateur radio service and 3. location of the stationary amateur radio station.
(3) the entry on the list of call sign may be revoked. The opposition must be submitted in written or electronic form with the regulatory authority. She has the radio amateurs on their right of objection to point out in good time and in an appropriate manner. Regardless of the content of the contradictions all assigned call sign be recorded in connection with the name of the holder and the locations of amateur radio stations according to section 13 in the directory.

§ 16 technical and operational conditions for amateur radio stations (1) is the amateur radio station according to the generally accepted rules of technology to set up and maintain.
(2) the technical and operational conditions laid down in annex 1 to this Regulation apply for the use of the frequency bands of the amateur radio service. The regulatory authority may permit limited exceptions on request for special experimental and technical scientific studies with an amateur radio station. This may be subject to additional conditions and be made dependent on the allocation of a further call sign.
(3) an amateur radio station must be connected to telecommunication networks. Where are the telecommunications law provisions must be observed. Providing connections to telecommunications networks through a remote controlled amateur radio station according to § 13 is allowed only the holder of the call sign for this amateur radio station.
(4) unwanted emissions are lowest to limit possible measure on that. Required guidelines for radio equipment according to § 1 paragraph 3 No. 1 of the law on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment by January 31, 2001 (BGBl. I p. 170) will be published after consultation with the interested parties in the official journal of the regulatory authority.
(5) at the request of the regulatory authority, the radio amateur has technical documents about his facility as well as a sketch on the local order of the stationary antenna system.
(6) balance work and measurements at stations by amateur radio stations are carried on a terminating resistor.
(7) the amateur radio traffic is to settle in open language. The international amateur key and international operating abbreviations are considered open language.
(8) are not encrypted amateur radio communications to the concealment of the content; Control signals for Earth and space stations of the amateur satellite service are not considered encrypted transmissions. Sending out misleading signals, service providers and broadcasting similar performances, as well as the use of international emergency, emergency - and security character of sea and air radio service is not allowed.
(9) the radio amateur has appropriate measures shall be taken to exclude a misuse of his amateur radio station.

Article 17 can the regulator malfunctions and troubleshooting (1) for determining and assessing causes or commit to the frequency-technical questions the operator of amateur radio station to participate. In this case, she can in particular, demand, allow that the amateur radio operator holding information on the operation of the amateur radio station in written form and submit and that performs the ham radio operator during the failure investigation test releases, a metrological evaluation of fault scenarios.
(2) up to the regulatory authority against the operator of an amateur station may order blocking certain frequency ranges, the reduction of the power of the transmitter, or more appropriate measures of enlightenment or the cause of errors.
(3) the provisions of the law on the electromagnetic compatibility of equipment shall remain unaffected.

Article 18 fees and expenses for individually attributable public services after the amateur radio law and this regulation are fees according to annex 2 of this regulation and charges levied according to § 23 paragraph 6 of the German fees Act.

Article 19 transitional arrangements (1) applies to amateur radio communication certificates issued before the entry into force of this Regulation: 1. amateur radio communication certificates of class 3 the amateur radio certificate of class E in the sense of this regulation are of the same.
2. all other issued amateur radio communication certificates are just the amateur radio certificate of class A in the sense of this regulation.
(2) paragraph 1 for approvals to participate in the amateur radio and amateur radio licences issued before the entry into force of this Regulation shall apply accordingly.
(3) as far as this is necessary for the participation in the amateur radio service outside of the scope of the amateur radio law, amateur radio communication certificates of class A are available according to this regulation and amateur radio communication certificates of class 2 according to the amateur radio regulation of 23 December 1997 (BGBl. 1998 I p. 42) amateur radio certificates of class 1 according to the amateur radio regulation of 23 December 1997 (BGBl. 1998 I p. 42) as long as the owner is in possession of a certificate is according to § 4 paragraph 5 sentence 3 of this regulation.
(4) until the release of General conditions for the use of the frequency band in accordance with Appendix 1 letter A No. 13 by the Federal Network Agency for electricity, gas, telecommunications, post and railways shall apply the provisions of the official journal communication No. 311 / 2005 of the Federal Network Agency (published in the Official Gazette No. 24/2005 of 21 December 2005) by analogy further.

Article 20 entry into force, termination (1) this regulation enters into force on the day after the announcement.
(2) (3) up to the publication of the reference values according to § 16 para 4 apply this regulation in article 12 par. 3 and 4 of the Ordinance for the implementation of the law on the amateur radio from March 13, 1967 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 284) laid down guidelines.

Appendix 1 (section 1 No. 6) terms of use for the frequency ranges shown in the frequency utilisation plan for the amateur radio service and the amateur satellite service (site: BGBl. I 2006, 2071 - 2073) on the basis of § 6 sentence 1 of the law on the amateur radio from June 23, 1997 (BGBl. I p. 1494) the technical and operational conditions for the use of frequencies of the amateur radio service and of the amateur satellite service are set in the following : Remote-operated and automatic amateur radio stations within the meaning of § 13 para 1 and 2 of this regulation must be operated only on the frequencies assigned the call sign allocation for these amateur radio stations. The maximum permissible radiation power for remote or automatic terrestrial amateur radio stations is above 30 MHz 15 watts ERP. The holder of the call sign allocation must ensure that remote controlled amateur radio stations can be turned off at any time.
The occupied bandwidth of a release is to limit to the extent necessary for the type of transmission according to the State of the art. The center frequency of the mailings is to be selected so that the occupied bandwidth is located within the frequency range allocated to amateur radio. The primacy of the radio traffic of already allocated frequencies should be noted.
The radio services are differentiated by primary and secondary radio services. A primary radio is a radio service, whose radio stations may require protection against interference from radio stations of secondary radio services, also when these frequencies are already allocated. Protection against interference from radio stations of the same or other primary radio service may require only the radio station the frequency previously allotted to. A secondary radio service is a radio service, whose radio stations may cause interference with radio stations of a primary wireless service nor against interference with such radio stations may require protection, regardless of when the frequency allocation of radio stations of the primary radio service is carried out. You can ask however protection against interference by radio stations of the same or other secondary radio service, whose frequency allocation occurs later.
In the frequencies referred to in letter A, the regulations of the frequency usage plan and in addition the special terms and conditions referred to in letter A and letter B.
 
A tabular overview - special terms of use item No. No. frequencies status *) AFu class certificate in accordance with approval certificate maximum performance additional terms referred to in B 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 135.7 - 137,8 kHz S A 1 W ERP 1 2 10 2 1,810 1.850 kHz P A 750 W PEP 3 2a 1.810 1.850 kHz P E kHz 100 W PEP 3 3 1,850 1,890 S A 75 W PEP 3 10 12 3a 1.850 1,890 kHz S E 75 W PEP 3 10 12
4 1,890 2,000 of kHz S A 10 W PEP 3 kHz 10 4a 1,890-2.000 S E 10 W PEP 3 10 5 3,500 3,800 kHz P A 750 W PEP 3 5a 3,500 3,800 kHz P E kHz 100 W PEP 3 6 7,000 7,100 P A 750 W PEP 3 kHz 13 6a 7,100 7,200 S A 250 W PEP 3 7 10.100-10.150 kHz S A 150 W PEP 1 10 12 8 14.000-14.350 kHz P
A 750 W PEP 3 13 9 18.068-18.168 kHz P A 750 W PEP 3 13 10 21.000-21.450 kHz P A 750 W PEP 3 kHz 13 10a 21.000-21.450 P E kHz 100 W PEP 3 13 11 24.890-24.990 P A 750 W PEP 3 13 12 28-29.7 MHz P A 750 W PEP 4 13 12a 28-29.7 MHz P S 100 W PEP 4 13 13 50,08 51 MHz S A 25 W ERP 5 14 144-146 MHz P A 750 W PEP 6 13 15 144-146 MHz P E 75 W PEP 6 13 16 430-440 MHz P A 750 W PEP 7 13 17 430-440 MHz P E 75 W PEP 7 13 18 1240-1300 MHz S A 750 W PEP 8 11 13 19 2,320 2,450 MHz S A 75 W PEP 9 13 20 3,400 3,475 MHz S A 75 W PEP 9 21
5,650 5850 MHz S A 75 W PEP 9 13 22 10-10.5 GHz S A 75 W PEP 9 13 23 10-10.5 GHz S E 5 W PEP 9 13 24 24 - 24.05 GHz P A 75 W PEP 13 25 24.05 24,25 GHz S A 75 W PEP 9 26 47-47.2 GHz P A 75 W PEP 13 27 75.5-76 GHz P A 75 W PEP 9 13 28 76-77.5 GHz S A-75 W PEP 9 13 29 77.5-78 GHz S A 75 W PEP 9 13 30 78-81.5 GHz S A 75 W PEP 9 13 31 122,25-123 GHz S A 75 W PEP 9 32 134-136 GHz P A 75 W PEP 9 13 33 136-141 GHz S A 75 W PEP 9 13 34 241-248 GHz S A 75 W PEP 13 35 248-250 GHz P A 75 W PEP 13 36 > 275 GHz - 14 *) P: amateur radio service primary radio service, S: amateur radio service is secondary radio service frequency assignment plan regulation. The frequency ranges marked with "P" can be assigned to at the same time other primary radio services.
B additional terms 1 maximum permitted occupied bandwidth of a broadcast: 800 Hz 2
The plant species are to show the regulatory authority in writing. The transmitting antenna is to decouple enough compared to other systems. Errors caused when primary services in adjacent frequency bands, the operation is set.
3 maximum permitted occupied bandwidth of a release: 2.7 kHz. 4 maximum permitted occupied bandwidth of a broadcast: 7 kHz. 5 the use of the frequency range may be; established by the regulatory authority with additional General requirements the use is limited to fixed amateur radio stations. The terms and conditions are set by the regulatory authority and published in their official journal.
6 maximum permitted occupied bandwidth of a release: 40 kHz. 7 the maximum occupied bandwidth of a release is 2 MHz and modulated television broadcasts won the maximum 7 MHz. 8 a broadcast bandwidth is 2 MHz with modulated or digital television broadcasts 7 MHz and frequency-modulated television releases the maximum occupied bandwidth of a release is 18 MHz. 9 10 MHz and television releases are not allowed the operation of remotely controlled amateur radio stations 20 MHz. 10. Amateur radio competitions (Contestbetrieb) may not be carried in this frequency range.
11 in the part area of 1,247 to 1,263 MHz is limited to the radiated power to maximum 5 watt EIRP. The operation of automatic and remotely controlled amateur radio stations is not allowed in this area.
12 the maximum radiated power for automatically working amateur radio stations is 15 watts ERP.
13 the 7,000 7,100 frequencies kHz, 14,000 14,250 kHz, kHz 18.068-18.168, 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 for the amateur radio service via satellite used are; the amateur satellite service is primary wireless service. The frequency range 435-438 MHz, 1,260 1,270 MHz, 2,400 2,450 MHz, 5,650 5.670 MHz, 5.830 5850 MHz, 10,45 – 10.50 GHz, 76-81.5 GHz, GHz 136-141 and 241-248 GHz can be used also for amateur-satellite service; the amateur satellite service is secondary radio service. In the 435-438 MHz, 1,260 1,270 MHz, 2,400 2,450 MHz and 5,650 5.670 MHz frequency ranges other secondary radio services to the amateur satellite service provision. The use of the 1,260 1,270 MHz and 5,650 5.670 MHz frequency bands is 5.830 5850 MHz on the direction space on the Earth - space direction and in the frequency range - Earth is limited.
14 the frequency range GHz 444-453, 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 are set by the regulatory authority and published in their official journal.

Anlage 2 (zu § 1 Nr. 7 und § 18)
Gebührenverzeichnis

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2005, 250)
Die Regulierungsbehörde erhebt für Amtshandlungen nach § 18 dieser Verordnung folgende Gebühren:
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2
3
 
Lfd. Nr.
Gebührentatbestand
Gebühr in Euro
(ab jeweils 1.1.)
2005
2006
2008
1
a)
Erteilung eines Amateurfunkzeugnisses nach bestandener (Erst-) Prüfung für die
Klasse A
90*)
100*)
110*)
Klasse E
60*)
70*)
80*)
b)
Erteilung eines Amateurfunkzeugnisses nach bestandener Wiederholungsprüfung für die
Klasse A
60*)
70*)
80*)
Klasse E
40*)
50*)
60*)
c) issue a certificate or an amateur radio certificate after passing the supplementary examination pursuant to § 4 paragraph 3 or paragraph 5 60 *) 70 *) 80 *) 2 set out a harmonised test certificate or a certificate of secondary font 40 55 70 3 a) approval to participate in the amateur radio service and allocation of a personal call sign 40 55 70 b) allocation of a further call sign according to § 16 para 2 40 55 70 c) allocation of training call sign according to article 12, paragraph 1 70 70 70 d) assignment of a call sign for a club station pursuant to § 14 para 1
60 85 110 e) assignment of a call sign for a remote or automatic amateur radio station (for example, radio repeater or radio beacons) according to § 13 ABS. 1 80 150 200 4 arrangement of the restriction of the operation or decommissioning an amateur radio station on reason of violations of provisions of the amateur radio law or amateur radio regulation 160 160 160 5 test and detecting permits other administrations and non-CEPT compliant audit certificates 70-100-130 6 withdrawal of an application after the beginning of substantive editing and prior to the termination of the Act; Rejection of applications for the acts referred to in paragraphs 1 to 3 and 5; Revocation or withdrawal of an official act, insofar as the person concerned this has given rise.
The fee is reduced to a quarter of the fee laid down for the administrative act.
) The exam date is decisive for the fee.