Amateur Radio Station Construction, Installation And Use, As Well As Amateur Radio Licence Arrangements

Original Language Title: Radioamatieru radiostaciju būvēšanas, ierīkošanas un lietošanas, kā arī radioamatieru apliecības saņemšanas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No 303 in Riga 2008. on 28 April (pr. No 27 12) amateur radio station construction, installation and use, as well as amateur radio licence procedure issued under the electronic communications Act, article 53 of the i. General questions 1. determines the amateur radio station (radio station) construction, installation and use, as well as amateur radio examination certificate (hereinafter referred to as the amateur radio licence) order of receipt. 2. The terms used in the following terms: 2.1 the Repeater (transponder repīter) – automatic radio signal reception, which demodul and again rejects another radio frequency;
2.2. To bake the licence-European postal and telecommunications administrations (CEPT) Conference in 1985 adopted in Nice, Paris in 1992 and in Nicosia in 2003 amended recommendation T/R 61-01 "bake" amateur radio licence (translation published in the national joint stock company "electronic communications Directorate" (hereinafter referred to as the Directorate) website http://www.esd.lv/) radio stations use authorisation (annex 1), issued in Latvia or abroad;
2.3 electromagnetic compatibility – administrative and technical measures, providing radio equipment without mutual harmful interference;
2.4. the feeders-line high frequency signal transmission (for example, from radio to antenna);
2.5. amateur radio – a natural person whose communications Administration has passed the exam and received the Amateur amateur radio licence;
2.6. amateur radio beacons – permanent operation up streaming radio station radio wave propagation for observation;
2.7.-one or more radio transmitters or receivers, or transmitter and receiver combination, including auxiliary equipment needed in one location, to power the radio service;
2.8. the satellite-a body that revolves around another body with the dominant mass and possessing what primary movement and establish the other body's gravity. 3. the Station shall be operated this provision in annex 2 and 3 in the above frequency bands using the specified power and providing 4. blakusizstarojum attenuation of specified in the annex, as well as respecting this provision limits laid down in chapter VI. 4. the Radio antenna shall be provided in accordance with the laws and regulations on environmental protection, electronic communications and construction. II. the amateur categories, requirements and examinations 5. reflektant to receive an amateur radio licence, reflektant sorts of category (A) or (B) amateur radio exam: 5.1 (A) category, passing the exam according to bake in 1990 Chester and adopted in 1994 in Nicosia, in the Hague in 2001 and in 2004 in Vilnius the amended recommendation T/R 61-02 (hereinafter the CEPT recommendation T/R 61-02) requirements and program (Latvian language published in full on the website of the Directorate http://www.esd.lv/). Exam category a sort not earlier than one year after the station's use of category B licences;
5.2. Category B is obtained by passing the exam according to CEPT ERC in 2005 Helsinki 32. report (hereinafter the CEPT ERC 32. report) requirements and program (Latvian language published in full on the website of the Directorate http://www.esd.lv/). 6. the Directorate organizes the amateur radio exam question preparation and examination procedures. Directorate for organizing the exam and evaluation creates amateur radio examination Commission (hereinafter the Commission). The Commission comprises the Directorate staff, radiotehnik or the telecommunications Training Institute instructors, as well as the national amateur radio organization and carry or telecommunications industry representatives. 7. Amateur Radio exam organization comply with the following conditions: 7.1. examination shall hold no less than twice a year;
7.2. time and place of the examination Announces Directorate website (http://www.esd.lv/) no later than three months before the exam;
7.3. log on to reflektant to exam Directorate in writing no later than one month before the exam;
7.4. test sequence test. Reflektant exam within the allotted time for the test page in one or more correct answers;
7.5. the use of accessories not allowed. 8. Amateur Radio exam is a paid service. About these services charge by logging on to the exam or before then, in accordance with the laws and regulations on electromagnetic compatibility assurance public paid service price list and payment arrangements. 9. Amateur Radio exam the Commission checks the reflektant knowledge of the electrical engineering and radiotehnik, labour protection, amateur radio reports and these rules. The Commission shall provide an opinion to the Directorate of reflektant knowledge. Opinion's recommendations. 10. If the reflektant correctly answered at least 60% of the questions on each of the provisions set out in paragraph 9, the Commission shall present topics of opinion that there is sufficient knowledge of the reflektant and exam pass. 11. the Directorate, on the basis of the opinion of the Commission, shall decide on the categories A or B (5 or 6) amateur radio licence issuance reflektant. 12. Complaints about the work of the Commission shall be submitted in writing to the Secretariat not later than 10 days after the exam. The Directorate ensures the complaints of bias and fairness. 13. the decision of the Director may appeal to the Court. 14. Reflektant, which on the day of the exam has not yet reached the age of 16, directorates of the submitted single-parent or guardian's written consent that their child or ward one dealing with amateur radio. 15. Reflektant, which is passed the amateur radio exam issued by the Directorate of examinations for amateur radio certificate according to CEPT T/R 61 recommend Mama-02 or the CEPT ERC 32. report (annexes 5 and 6). III. the radio stations and their permissions are divided into 16 radio stations: 16.1. after use: 16.1.1. personal radio stations;
16.1.2. the sharing of radio stations;
16.2. After usage: 16.2.1. service radio stations;
16.2.2. do not service or automatic stations (such as voice Repeater, digipīter (intermediate data transmission), amateur radio beacons). 17. Personal radio stations category meets the owner of a radio station's amateur radio licence qualifications specified in category (A) or (B). Sharing stations is A category. 18. compliance with the provisions Of the personal radio station is responsible for amateur radio, who is Director of the radio station issued authorisations. 19. compliance with the provisions Of this sharing in the radio station radio stations is the responsibility the owner or, if the station is jointly owned by all the owners elected person in charge with which contact the Directorate. About sharing radio channel to the person responsible, if necessary, can be alternates. 20. the sharing of a radio station owner and its deputies must contain only the amateur radio, which is harmonised amateur radio examination certificate according to CEPT recommendation T/R 61-02 or category A valid use of the radio authorization, or bake. 21. To install radio transmitters for amateur radio, radio amateur radio needs radio stations issued by the Directorate of the installation permit (annex 7). To get permission for installation of radio stations: 21.1. natural person provided: 21.1.1. fill in the application form (annex 8);
21.1.2. amateur radio examination a copy of the certificate (the original show);
21.2. a legal person shall submit: application in free form 21.2.1., indicating on the parties responsible for the radio station and, if necessary, also Vice-President of the person responsible;
21.2.2. complete the application form (annex 8);
21.2.3. radio stations and its Vice-Chairman (if any) to make the recommendation T/R 61-02 corresponding harmonised amateur radio examination certificate or a valid category A permits the use of the radio station, or bake a copy of the permit (the presentation of the original);
21.3. If a station is of natural and legal persons shall be joint ownership: 21.3.1. co-proprietor token that specifies the person authorised to manage shared ownership;
21.3.2. the application of free-form, giving the station a responsible person and, if necessary, also Vice-President of the person responsible. The application of these provisions a signature referred to in paragraph 19 of the authorized person;
21.3.3. the completed application form (annex 8);

21.3.4. radio stations and its Deputy to the CEPT recommendation T/R 61-02 corresponding harmonised amateur radio certificate or an exo-fit A category permissions for a radio station, or bake a copy of the permit (the presentation of the original). 22. do not service or automatic installation of radio station licences may be required only A category for amateur radio. In addition to the provisions referred to in paragraph 21 of the document submitted to the Directorate of main technical station parameters: transmitting and receiving frequencies, transmitter power output and the class, the antenna gain coefficient, chart the direction of the horizontal and vertical plane, the geographical coordinates to the nearest second of arc and one radio station's height above ground. 23. Bake permission issued by the Directorate of radio hams in category A at their request. 24. the installation of a radio station licence (annex 7) gives you the right to install and try out the streaming radio station with antenna equivalent without emitting radio waves, to prepare the station for the Inspection Directorate under these rules. 25. Radio installation permit radio stations located in the site, and shall be presented at the request of the representative of the Secretariat. 26. on 21 and 22 of these regulations, paragraph Directorate of receipt of documents within 30 days of their appearance and provide the station's installation permits (annex 7). Installing a radio station licence is valid for one year. It may be renewed for another year by submitting the free application form in the Directorate. 27. the radio station is entitled to use only after the Director of the radio stations received authorisation (annex 9). 28. the use of the radio licence gives you the right to use a streaming radio station, emitting radio waves, to establish radio contact, according to these rules. 29. the use of the radio licence is in place, where the station is in use. Permission to use the radio stations presented at the request of the representative of the Secretariat. 30. A station permit is issued after the use of amateur radio's request within 30 days. Radio stations use permit shall be issued to the following amateur radio elections up to three years: 30.1. Directorate of services have been paid for the examination of the application for authorisation;
30.2. radio stations use authorisation is suspended or withdrawn in accordance with the provisions of section 35.2 and 35.3..;
30.3. these provisions not mentioned in paragraph 88. 31. Radio station that issued the authorization check the installation according to the requirements of this regulation, after the Directorate in writing radio announced the installation of a radio station. Check reveals: 31.1. or amateur radio jobs corresponds to legislation on labour protection requirements;
31.2. compliance with this provision and in 57.3.57.8 and 4. requirements set out in the annex. 32. If the review found no flaws, radio stations issued permissions for. 33. A Person who has been issued a radio channel installation or usage permit in writing within 30 days, notify the Directorate if you have changed: 33.1. permit the specified address or name;
33.2. sharing stations responsible person;
33.3. the permanent location of the radio station. 34. the Directorate shall take a decision on the refusal to issue a amateur radio stations to the installation or use of the authorization if: 34.1. amateur radio has submitted false data;
21.3. these provisions are not complied with 21, 22 and paragraph 88 are satisfied;
21.3. not paid for services provided by the Directorate. 35. If found in violation of these regulations, the Directorate shall consider and adopt one of the following decisions: 21.8. radio stations warn the responsible person;
35.2. stop use permit radio stations to prevent the deficiencies found, but not more than one year;
35.3. revoke the permit until the amateur radio exam for the success of the settlement. IV. the amateur radio call sign of the radio station's call sign 36. grant of the Directorate. Call sign consists of a prefix, which is a combination of letters and digits, YLE and one suffix. 37. common call sign: 37.1. the call tone number is determined by the Directorate;
37.2. the call sign suffix is based on two pamatburt, from which the first Directorate assigned alphabetically, while the second amateur is entitled to choose from has not yet been assigned letters;
37.3. Category A stations Kuma izsa signal two-letter suffix assigned, consisting of pamatburt (e.g., YL2AN);
37.4. Category B stations Kuma izsa signal given three letter suffix, you create pamatburt in front of putting the third letter (for example, YL3ABC). Moving A category, after the election of the owner of the radio station can be granted izsa Kuma signal with two of the suffix pamatburt (e.g., YL3BC);
37.5. If radio station is closed, the izsa Kuma signal to another radio station is not granted. If the radio station is closed, repeatedly issued permission to use radio stations, amateur radio station earlier that grant the call tone or, after his election, the new radio station's call sign in accordance with the procedure laid down in these provisions. 38. The special call sign is a temporary radio station call sign, which differs from the ordinary with the format. Special call sign is assigned to a particular time. It consists of letters, numbers, and letters, YLE (for example, YL23LV): 38.1. the special call sign assigned to mark important events in the life of the country or amateur radio, as well as by radio and their history related measures. The special call sign according to the concept and nature of the event can be assigned to one or more radio stations;
38.2. the special call sign or the cancellation of the Directorate decides upon a reasoned written request received. The request shall specify the desired izsa Kuma signal;
38.3. the specific call signal the end of the period of use of the radio station requested repeatedly in accordance with the procedure laid down in this paragraph. Another radio station is not assigned. 39. The short call with a single letter suffix (for example, YL9), grant and revoke the direction category A by the holder of the radio stations and the internationally recognized Latvian amateur radio organization's written opinion. 40. the call sign of a radio station, you can add at the end the following additional characters: 24.9. m, if it is a mobile station land or internal waters of the vehicle;
40.2. If the station is used/MM to the Latvian vessel in international waters;
40.3. p, if it is a portable radio;
40.4./r, amateur radio repeater. The following radio stations after the election of the holder can be assigned call sign with three-letter suffix, the first of which is R, then the addition of the/r not in use (for example, YL2RK). 41. Foreign radio hams, which permit is issued in accordance with this provision and paragraph 78 77.2 points, assigned the call sign, which consists of the letters, the stroke/YLE and call sign that is a national of a foreign amateur radio licences. 42. the call tones radiosport classroom competitions and training Directorate award. 43. Prohibited the use of call sign, which the Directorate for the amateur radio station is not granted. V. 44. Amateur radio amateur radio messages were discovered – they may be perceived, to record and reproduce. Allowed to use CEPT recommendation T/R 61-02 annex VI contains the Q-code and job eliminations. Encrypted, kriptēt, encoded or otherwise slepenot messages are prohibited. 45. If the radio station perceived message not sent by amateur radio and not broadcast, you may not register or publish. The disclosure of the existence or content is prohibited. About this report and its features can be reported to the Directorate, in order to avoid harmful interference. 46. Radio station allowed to stay connected only with other amateur radio stations, with the exception of those rules specified in paragraph 47. 47. A station may call and liaise with other radio stations of the service in the following cases: 29.3. If human life is in danger immediate danger or if imminent danger must be avoided;
47.2. the national regulatory authorities and their subordinated institutions of rescue operations or training, if izsa Kuma and communication is related to rescue operations or rescue operations. 48. Amateur who nominated an or communication with the other owns a radio station in this provision the service 47. in the cases referred to in paragraph 1, within three working days after communication of the written report submitted to the Directorate, indicating frequency, correspondent, the class, due date and time, as well as a short description of the content of broadcasts. 49. Amateur Radio broadcasts to carry the messages of the content of the communication, self-education, technical studies, as well as personal notes, which broadcast via public electronic communications network is not justified because of the marginal. 50. Radio communications prohibited by their national amateur radio, which the Administration claimed that opposes such contact. For these countries to inform the Directorate of amateur radio. 51. Forbidden to broadcast false or misleading information-signals. 52. Not addressed by is forbidden, except in the following cases:

52.1. If the regulation of the antenna. The antenna is used to regulate minimum transmitter power output. Also in this case rejected the call. Test and adjustment of the transmitter used an antenna equivalent;
52.2. If powered amateur radio beacons;
52.3. If the station is used for measurements;
52.4. If amateur radio organization radio station broadcast all radio amateurs newsletters addressed or training programmes. 53. the call sign assigned to the Directorate of the broadcast with the same class as the messages. Do it at the beginning of the end of the radio, and radio time, and at least every 10 minutes. 54. On the Repeater broadcast content is responsible for the broadcast sponsor. 55. If the Repeater users violate these rules, the person responsible for the Repeater is taking action to stop the offending broadcast, if necessary, turn off the Repeater not later than 10 minutes after the opening of the infringement. 56. Amateur Radio to ensure his absence does not happen on the same transmitter and the transmitter will not be used by others. Transmitter remote control unattended is not allowed, except for the Repeater. Vi. restrictions on the use of radio channels 57. Using this radio station 2 and 3 of the provisions listed in annex radio spectrum bands, take into account the following limitations: 57.1. respect the International Amateur Radio Union (International Amateur Radio Union (IARU)) band plans set the grade distribution of sub-band, as well as amateur radio satellite service in the bands specified;
57.2. If the characteristics of the design of the transmitter the transmitter output power may exceed the permitted transmitter equipped with power output apparatus;
57.3. avoid unnecessarily large radiated power;
57.4. ensure the stability of the emitted radio waves, such as radio stations, the level of technical development permits;
57.5. ensure that amateur radio stations emission at all, to comply with this provision in annex 2 and 3 specified radio frequency bands;
57.6. provide the amateur radio station of the narrow emission bandwidth does not exceed the required;
57.7. provide the small blakusizstarojum, which corresponds to the provisions specified in annex 4;
57.8. public electronic communications network radio station may be connected with the public service Commission and the regulation of the electronic communications network operator's written consent. These permissions are stored together with the Directorate of the installation or use of the station. 58. Using A radio station, in addition to the provisions referred to in paragraph 57 of the constraints the following constraints: 58.1. amateur radio repeaters are installed in the radio frequency bands above the 29 MHz which amateur radio service radio station broadcasts are primary (PR);
58.2. it shall be prohibited to broadcast band-52.0 50.0 MHz Ma first television channel broadcast from the area during the operation of a line – Ģipk – mazirbe, Roja Tukums-Auc-Lithuanian border – Rucav – grobiņa – Paul port – Baltic Sea coast – mazirbe. 59. Via an out-of-band emission total power shall not exceed 1% of the emitted power. 60. Amateur radio station built and used so as not to endanger the operator, and does not create a threat to human life, health, property and the environment. 61. Radio channel voltage conducting parts covered with a means to prevent accidents. 62. The antenna and its feeders, and support structures in such a way as to accidental contact with parts under voltage. If necessary, the antenna is equipped with warning signs for high voltage. 63. Ensure that the antenna radiated high-frequency energy is safe for human beings or domestic animals. Ensure that the antenna interference to other antennas and their activities would be minimal. 64. Ensure the antenna and feeders do not appear on the station's supply voltage, higher than 42 V. Vii. Station caused interference to amateur radio stations 65. before use, make sure that the station complies with the provisions of Chapter VI and annex 4. 66. the Amateur Station shall be provided and used so as not to cause harmful interference. 67. If the radio stations broadcast causes harmful interference, radio navigation or other safety service for the operation of communications equipment, amateur radio the broadcasts stopped as soon as he became aware of these disorders. The transmitter must not be used until you find out the reason of interference and prevent disturbances detected. 68. If found harmful radio interference, comply with the following conditions: 68.1. station broadcasts pose if harmful interference to broadcast reception or other radio service to the area, his amateur radio station developed, while the interference is eliminated or reduced to acceptable levels;
68.2. if interference exists because disturbed the receiver is damaged or not properly applied (for example, there is no ground or it does not have the appropriate antennas), the owner of the deficiencies prevent the receiver;
68.3. If the apparatus is not impaired enough traucējumnoturīg construction, equipment and radio stations interfered with the responsible person agree on additional measures for the elimination or reduction of disturbance (e.g. filter, antenna, or turn on the hardware moving, time sharing). If the parties fail to agree, the measures for the elimination or reduction of interference by the Directorate, including down the station's power, radio frequency band and the class limits. 69. in order to avoid harmful radio interference or remove them, the Directorate of this rule 68.3. in the cases prescribed in paragraph shall decide on all amateur radio or change that rule 2 and 3 referred to in the annex to the parameter values for individual radio stations. Directorate of that decision in writing to the responsible person of a radio station. Responsible person of this document is stored together with the permission of the radio station. VIII. Land Mobile and portable radio use 70. Amateur Radio are allowed to use a mobile or portable station across the territory of Latvia, except where there is a prohibition on the use of radio transmitters, mobile phones and electronic devices, as well as closer than 100 meters from the airport or aerodrome territory boundaries. For land mobile radio stations radio stations also on the vessels in the territorial waters of Latvia. 71. A mobile or portable stations call sign accordingly supplemented by these rules and 25.0 24.9. marks mentioned in points. IX. The location of the Exchange, foreign radio stations use 72. Personal station: 72.1 may fixed by amateur radio. using of authorization of other unspecified locations;
72.2. amateur radio may allow use by other amateur radio, with a valid permit. In this case, the other amateur radio transmitters used with such frequency, power, and the way that matches his permission and the permission of the owner of the radio station. 73. the sharing of radio stations can use either from another permission does not specify the location. X. amateur radio training for natural persons registered in the radio channel 74. Category A amateur radio are allowed to use their other amateur radio stations. Training takes place under the supervision of the owner of the radio station, but a station sharing, also under the supervision of a person in charge. The use of the station according to the requirements of these regulations is the responsibility of the person who issued the permit for the use of the radio station. 75. the training of amateur radio according to that rule 74. requirements set out in paragraph 1, radio stations operated in the frequency allowed for category B bands with power allowed for category B and the classes. XI. Foreign amateur radio activities in Latvia 76. foreign amateur radio can get permission to use the Latvian radio that the procedures specified in paragraph 21 and call sign in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 36. 77. foreign amateur radio, staying in the territory of the Republic of Latvia: 77.1. Bake permission, may be used for a radio station in accordance with the requirements of this regulation for category A radio hams, CEPT recommendation's requirements and their national amateur radio regulations, in so far as they are not inconsistent with these rules and regulations. Foreign amateur radio at the request of the representative of the secretariat presented the CEPT permit and identity documents;

77.2. with other documents issued abroad, who declares that he is authorized to use the program, you can request an amateur radio station's temporary-use permit by submitting an application in free form in the Directorate and foreign country issued a copy of the document referred to in (the presentation of the original). Directorate verify the authenticity of documents submitted and shall issue a 30-day temporary permit. 78. This provision 77.2. in the case referred to in subparagraph foreign grant the provisional authorisations for amateur radio with a validity period of up to 90 days and call that consists of letters and estimate/YLE, which is attached to the bottom of these provisions referred to in paragraph 77.2. document the call sign. XII. Amateur radio station to use the Latvian ships 79. Amateur radio transmitter for use on Board of Latvia require the consent of the master of the ship. From the ship's run allowed A category of amateur radio. Call sign of the radio station on the ship produced in accordance with this rule 40.2. the procedures laid down in point. 80. the station must not be used in foreign territorial waters without the context of the country concerned the approval of the administration. 81. the operation of the radio station immediately interrupted, if requested by the master of the vessel, the owner of the ship, vessel traffic control authorities, port authorities or the Directorate. 82. the use of a radio station must not interfere with the ship's radio and other electronic equipment. 83. the keeping and using of radio stations, followed all the rules in force, as well as the captain on board certain additional conditions. 84. The use of radio stations, the International Telecommunications Union of the different regions of the radio Division of the amateur radio bands. The boundaries of the regions and the band specified in the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) radio regulations. XIII. Amateur radio station Monitoring Directorate representative 85. upon request, the radio show radio program the transmitter a self-constructed schemes and radio station installing and usage rights. 86. On the radio station's examination and its result, a representative of the Directorate of inspection shall be drawn up and presented to the amateur radio. Inspection shall be drawn up in duplicate. First, the Directorate shall keep a copy of the second issue of radio amateur. 87. If the check reveals deficiencies, representative of the Directorate of inspection records and explain, as well as amateur radio, if necessary, determine the gap period, not less than 10 days. 88. If on inspection of radio stations serious protection, electrical safety, fire safety violations or if you do not meet these rules of amateur radio stations in certain technical requirements, representative of the Directorate asked immediately to cease the operation of the radio station and record the test Act. The following radio stations may resume use after repeated examination found that violations are prevented. XIV. Closing questions 89. Directorate issued radio stations in the amateur radio licences and authorisations, issued up to the effective date of the rules shall be valid until the expiry of the period laid down therein. 90. Persons from 11 November 1991 until the date of entry into force of rules issued first or second category permissions for a radio station, radio stations issued A further category permissions. 91. Persons from 11 November 1991 until the date of entry into force of the provisions of the third or fourth issue of category permissions for a radio station, radio stations in category B shall be issued in the future use. 92. To this provision to the date of entry into force of the Directorate of the third and fourth categories amateur radio certificates equivalent to the Exo-beginner amateur certificate according to CEPT ERC 32. message. At the request of the holder of the certificate of its Directorate exchanged for new certificates, which comply with the CEPT ERC 32. specimen in the message. 93. To this provision to the date of entry into force of the first issued by the Directorate and other categories of amateur licences harmonised the equivalent radioam tier exam certificate according to CEPT recommendation T/R 61-02. at the request of the holder of the exchanges Directorate new certificates that comply with the CEPT recommendation T/R 61-02 the specimen. Prime Minister i. Godmanis traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008. Regulations No 303 bake recommendation T/R 61-01 appropriate amateur radio stations use permission model traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008. Regulations No 303 of stations broadcasting category A permitted radio bands and power no PO box band allocation kategorija1 Jauda2 notes 1.-137,8 kHz effects 135,7 ≤ 1 W e.r.p. permitted emissions by up to 300 Hz bandwidth of 2.1 810-1 850 kHz ≤ 1000 PX W Prim 3.1 850-2000 kHz effects PIXELS ≤ 10 W 3 500-3 4 800 kHz ≤ 1000 W Prim PX 5.7 000-8 kHz ≤ 100 to 1000 W 6 PRIMek PIXELS. 7-7 200 kHz 100 PR ≤ 1000 W to the PX on 29 March 2009, on the basis of the primary broadcast service. Up to 29 March 2009 to amateur radio service has been granted on a secondary basis. Up to 2009 March 29, output limited to ≤ 250 W 7 10 PX 100-150 kHz ≤ 500 PZ 10 sec allowed emissions with W bandwidth up to 800 Hz 8.14 000-14 250 kHz to 1000 W PRIMek ≤ 9.14 PX 250 – 350 14 kHz ≤ 1000 W Prim PX 10.18 068 – 18 kHz ≤ 1000 168 Prim PX W 21 000-21 11 kHz ≤ 450 PRIMek of 1000 W 24 12 PX 890-24 990 PRIMek of ≤ 1000 PX W kHz 13.28 000 – 700 kHz PRIMek is 29 PIXELS ≤ 1000 W 14.50-52 MHz ≤ 100 W 15 PX effects 144-146 MHz ≤ 100 W PRIMek in PIXELS 16.430-440 MHz ≤ 100 W Prim PIXELS 17.300 MHz – 1 sec 1 240 PIXELS ≤ 50 W 18.300-2 450 MHz 2 sec W ≤ 50 19 5 PX 650 – 850 MHz following 5 ≤ 50 W 20 PX 10-10.5 GHz ≤ 50 PX W 21. effects 24-GHz ≤ 50 24,05 Prim PX W 22. follow 24,05 24,25 MHz ≤ 50 W 23 47 PX-PX PRIMek of ≤ 50 47,2 GHz W 24.76-77,5 GHz ≤ 50 W 25 PX effects 77,5-78 GHz Prim PIXELS ≤ 50 W 26.78-81.5 GHz ≤ 50 PX W 27. effects 122,25-123 GHz ≤ 50 W 28 PX effects 134-136 GHz Prim PIXELS ≤ 50 W-136 29 141 GHz ≤ 50 W 30 PX effects. 241-248 GHz ≤ 50 W 31 PX effects. 248-250 GHz Prim PIXELS ≤ 50 W notes. 1. the distribution category legend: 1.1. effects – this marked on the amateur radio service is secondary. With "follow" marked on the amateur radio station may not cause harmful interference to the primary service and other secondary services; 1.2. PR – this marked on the amateur radio service is primary. With "PR" denote band amateur radio station may not cause harmful interference to other primary services; 1.3. PRIMek – this marked on the amateur radio service is the exclusive primary-bar only allowed amateur radio service radio station broadcasts. 2. The power of legend: 2.1.-effective radiated e.r.p. power in a certain direction (power supplied to the antenna multiplied by the antenna gain in a given direction relative to a Dipole: means); 2.2. PIXELS (radio peak power) – the average power supplied by the transmitter aerial feeders one radio frequency period modulation envelope excursion maximum normal working conditions; 2.3. PZ (radio carrier power) – the average power supplied by the transmitter aerial feeders one radio frequency period conditions with no modulation.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008. Regulations No 303 class B stations transmitting radio frequency bands and allowed power no PO box band allocation kategorija1 Jauda2 notes 1 – 3750kHz Prim 3510 PIXELS 100W 7010-2 ≤ 7040kHz ≤ allowed Prim PIXELS 100W irradiance class A1 (continuous wave (CW)) – Morse code reception with hearing-21450 kHz PRIMek 21000 3 a ≤ 4 100W 28000-PX 29700 kHz ≤ 5. PRIMek of PIXELS 100W 144-146 MHz PRIMek of PIXELS ≤ 50W


6.430, 440MHz Prim PIXELS ≤ 20W 1240-1300MHz 7 sek 10W ≤ notes. PX 1. the distribution category legend: UR1.1.sek – this marked on the amateur radio service is secondary. With "follow" marked on the amateur radio station may not cause harmful interference to the primary service and other secondary services; 1.2. PR – this marked on the amateur radio service is primary. With "PR" denote band amateur radio station may not cause harmful interference to other primary services; 1.3. PRIMek – this marked on the amateur radio service is the exclusive primary-bar only allowed amateur radio service radio station broadcasts. 2. represents the apex of ArPX radio power – the average power supplied by the transmitter aerial feeders one radio frequency period modulation envelope excursion maximum under normal operating conditions.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008. Regulations No 303 Blakusizstarojum decay no PO box way of communication ensure that blakusizstarojum attenuation (dB) compared to the aerial power line supply capacity should be at least 1 station with a capacity of below 30 MHz (including SSB) 43 + 10 log (PX *) or 50 dB; apply rules with lower requirements, but not more than 10 mW 2. Mobile SSB station 43 dB below PIXELS 3. Space service station with a capacity of over 30 MHz 43 + 10 log (P) or 60 dBc ***; apply the rule with the lowest requirement 4. Other cases

43 + 10 log (P) or 70 dBc ***; apply the rule with the lowest claim notes. 1. the SSB (single Sidebands) – the class Bucket (amplitude modulation with a single sidebar). 2. PIXELS (radio peak power) – the average power supplied by the transmitter aerial feeders one radio frequency period modulation envelope excursion maximum under normal operating conditions. 3. ** the dBc — power carrier power, expressed in decibels.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 5 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008. Regulations No 303 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 6 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008. Regulations No 303 traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 7 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008. Regulations No 303 of amateur radio stations in the permission model traffic Minister a. shlesers Annex 8 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008. Regulations No 303 model of Application traffic Minister a. shlesers Annex 9. Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008. Regulations No 303 of amateur radio stations use permission model traffic Minister a. shlesers