The Rules On The Allocation Of The Radio Spectrum Band Radio And Radio Systems Division, As Well As The Use Of The Radio Spectrum Band For General Conditions (National Radio Frequency Plan)

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par radiofrekvenču spektra joslu sadalījumu radiosakaru veidiem un iedalījumu radiosakaru sistēmām, kā arī par radiofrekvenču spektra joslu izmantošanas vispārīgajiem nosacījumiem (Nacionālais radiofrekvenču plāns)

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 1151 in Riga 2009 (6 October. No 67 15. §) rules on the radio spectrum band distribution and breakdown of the radio radio systems, as well as on the use of the radio spectrum band for general conditions (national radio frequency plan) Issued in accordance with the electronic communications law article 49 and 50 in the first part of article i. General questions 1. determines: 1.1. radio spectrum band distribution radio (radio service), and radio systems (annex 1);
1.2. radio frequency and radio frequency band in general conditions of use, including radiosaskarn (annex 2);
1.3. procedure use shared radio frequency allocation usage rights (annex 3). 2. The terms used in the following terms: 2.1.-radio broadcasting service, which broadcasts intended for direct reception by the public; 2.2. the broadcast satellite service – a radio service that is transmitted by the space station or relay signals intended for direct reception by the public; 2.3. via an out-of-band emission in the radio emission, or radiofrek, which directly venc clings to the desired signal band. Via an out-of-band emissions are the result of modulation process, they do not include blakusizstarojum; 2.4. the authorized radio – watched or intended for radio, a radio and radio frequency sharing numerical criteria laid down in accordance with the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Constitution and the Radionoteikum annexed to the Convention or International Telecommunications Union recommendations, and International Telecommunications Union Radionoteikumo the special agreement; 2.5. blakusizstarojum – radio frequency or radio frequency radiation exposure to be outside the desired signal level bar that can be reduced without affecting the corresponding transmission of information. Blakusizstarojum include harmonisko, you parazītisko exudes the irradiance, intermodulation and frequency and transformation products, but not via an out-of-band emissions; 2.6. the fixed service-service radio communications between specific fixed points; 2.7. the fixed satellite service-bearer for youth radiosakarudienest communication between Earth stations at certain locations, the use of one or more satellites. Certain areas may be designated a fixed point or you can use any fixed point in designated areas. In some cases, this service includes lines from satellite to satellite, you can also use the starpsatelīt service. Fixed satellite service may also include fīderlīnij for other space communication services; 2.8. the distribution of band-band record frequency allocation table (annex 1), to them, subject to specific conditions, to use more land or space radio communications services or radio service; 2.9. air shipping mobile services-mobile service communications between the air shipping stations and aircraft stations or between aircraft stations. It is also part of the lifeboat station and the location of the emergency locator beacons of radio stations; 2.10. air shipping mobile (OR) service-air shipping mobile service for communications coordination of flights out of national or international civil air routes; 2.11. air shipping mobile (R) service-air shipping mobile service for flight safety and regularity of the intended communication in national and international civil air route; 2.12. air shipping services-radio navigation services for aircraft and their safe operation; 2.13. ending power (radio)-medium capacity that the transmitter the transmission under normal working conditions the antenna feeders in one RF modulation envelope excursion maximum period; 2.14. the universe of work service-radio service which only linked to space vessels and intended for sekošanaiizplatījum, telemetry and remote control the universe in space; 2.15. the space research service-radio service to vessels or other space objects in outer space, used for scientific or technological studies; 2.16. the space radio – radio communications, which uses one or more space stations, or one or more reflective satellites or other objects in space; 2.17. space station – a station installed on the object that is to be located or who have been outside the Earth's atmosphere the main parts; 2.18. maritime mobile services-mobile radio service communications between coastal stations and terminals or between terminals or between related communication systems on board, rescue stations and emergency position-indicating radio beacons for; 2.19. maritime radionavigation service – a radio service for ships and their safe operation; 2.20. the meteorological support services, radio services, meteorological used (including hydrologic) observations and research; 2.21. the satellite meteorological service-Earth exploration satellite service meteorology; 2.22. mobile station-mobile service station for use in motion or not stopping places; 2.23. Mobile Service-service radio communications between mobile and terrestrial radio stations, or between mobile stations; 2.24. mobile satellite service – a radio communications service between a mobile earth station and one or more space stations, or between space stations, or between mobile earth stations with one or more of the space station. This service may also include fīderlīnij to its activities; 2.25. medium power (radio)-average power that the transmitter the transmission aerial feeders in one radio frequency period (without modulation); 2.26. Suppression of radio interference suppression, the residue, the level of which is higher than the permitted radio set, but two or more administrations agreed without damage to other administrations; 2.27. the amateur radio service, radio communication service for your starpēj pašizglītošan communications and technical studies carried out by amateur radio (authorised persons, linked by radiotehnik and not material interest in radio service); 2.28. amateur radio station-radio station in the amateur radio service; 2.29. amateur radio satellite service-a radiocommunication service that uses the space station and Earth Satellites (satellites) for the same purposes as the amateur radio service; 2.30. radio astronomy – astronomy, space based radio reception of SMS single out; 2.31. the radio service-the service associated with the radioastron interleaved; 2.32. the radio frequency or radio frequency channel allocation of radio frequency or radio frequency-channel entry in the plan adopted by the Conference to the competent, under certain circumstances, one or more of the Administration's use of Earth or space radio services in one or more of the specific countries or geographical areas; 2.33. radar – radionoteikšan, used for purposes other than radio; 2.34. the radiolocation service, radionoteikšan, which provided radar; 2.35. the radio-navigation used radionoteikšan, including warning of obstacles; 2.36. radio navigation service, radionoteikšan service, which for a period in the radio; 2.37. radionoteikšan-the object's location, speed and/or other object that describes the properties or message about these properties using radio waves propagation particularities; 2.38. radio-electronic communications using radio waves; 2.39. the radio service – services related to radio broadcasts at the equestrian, radiating and/or receiving certain electronic communications purposes. If these rules provide otherwise, any radio service apply to ground radio communications; 2.40. radio-one irradiance or inducēšan, or more emission or inducēšano combination, causing undesirable effects on the reception of the radio system, which manifests as any activities worsen in fucking, erroneous interpretation of information or loss, which could be avoided if such unwanted energy would not be; 2.41. the radio waves (the Hertz waves) – electromagnetic waves with a loosely defined radio, less than 3000 GHz, which is radiated in space without artificial guide; 2.42. the terrestrial mobile service-mobile radio service in communications between base stations and mobile stations or on land between the land mobile stations; 2.43. land mobile satellite service – mobile satellite radio communication service, which mobile earth stations are located on land; 2.44. standard frequency and time signal service-radio service for scientific, technical and other purposes, which provides a specific radio frequency and/or time in the transmission of a certain high precision, intended for general reception; 2.45. standard frequency and time signal satellite service – a radio communications service that uses on Earth satellites placed in space stations for the same purposes as the standard radio frequency and time signal service. This service can also include it in fīderlīnij activity; 2.46. starpsatelīt Service-service radio communications between the artificial Earth satellites; 2.47. medium power (radio)-medium capacity that the transmitter the transmission under normal working conditions the antenna feeders at a time interval that is long enough, compared with the lowest frequency modulating; 2.48. Earth exploration satellite service – a radio communications service between Earth stations and one or more space stations, which can include a line between space stations, which collect information about the Earth and its natural phenomena (including data on the State of the environment) of the passive or active sensors located on satellites, as well as from the air or ground-based platforms. The following information can be distributed to Earth stations system may also include platform survey. Service can include the fīderlīnij of the activity; 2.49. Earth radio-radio, not any space radio communications or radio astronomy; 2.50. Earth station – a station located on the ground or the Earth's atmosphere in the main part and for communication with one or more space stations, or with one or more other stations of the same type, using one or more of the reflective satellites or other objects in space.
3. abbreviations used in the provisions 3.1.5.xxx – International Telecommunications Union Radionoteikum number of footnotes, RRxx (for example, the RR 4.4) the International Telecommunications Union Radionoteikum article number, RR APxx (for example, RR AP18) Radionoteikum the International Telecommunications Union, the number of the attachment; 3.2. the ACC (area Control Centre) area control center (air-kuģn construction); 3.3. Aero-SAR (Search for Aeronautical Carrier Frequenc and rescue operations) – air shipping carrier frequency communications between mobile stations for search and rescue operations; 3.4. Aga (Air Ground Air) – communication mode "air-ground-air". Way of communication between mobile stations emergency services block of mobile radio systems; 3.5. the AIS (Automatic Identification System, Universal Shipborn) – universal automatic identification system for ships; 3.6. AM-amplitude modulation; 3.7. The APP (Approach Control Office or Approach Control service) – access control point or approach control service (air shipping); 3.8 S-protection systems (radio communication system for military use); 3.9. BFW (Broadband Fixed wireless access)-broadband fixed wireless access; 3.10. the BM (Building Material analysis)-analysis of building materials; 3.11. Bwa (Broadband wireless access)-broadband wireless access; 3.12. CB (Citizens Band radio)-radio communications staff of 27 MHz range; 3.13. Cdma (Code Division multiple access) – koddal's daudzpiekļuv; 3.14. The CEPT (European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administration) – European postal and telecommunications administrations Conference; 3.15. Bake T/R NN-ERC recommendation CEPT T/R Nr. NN. This numbering was applied to 1994; 3.16. CR (Central Radio Station (of FWA system))-Central Station (fixed wireless access system); 3.17 CS-civil radio communication systems (radio system that there is no protection system (s)); 3.18. CT1; CT2 (Cordless Telephone) – cordless phone; 3.19. DA (detect and Avoid) – "discover and avoid" spectrum access technique, where the equipment was found in other radio equipment at its RF channel or cease the broadcasting sub-band, until the radio installation is finished using it; 3.20. The DCS 1800 (Digital Cellular system at 1800 MHz) – digital cellular communications system 1800 MHz (GSM 1800) in the range; 3.21. DECEMBER (Decision) – decision; 3.22. Dect (Digital European Cordless Telecommunications System) – a European Digital Cordless Telecommunications System; 3.23. The DFS (Dynamic Frequency Selection)-Dynamic frequency selection; 3.24. Dgps (Differential GPS) – differential GPS. System GPS product improvement of zitāt; 3.25. Dme (distance Measuring equipment), distance measuring equipment; 3.26. Dmo (direct mode Operation) – direct communication mode. Direct communications between mobile stations of mobile radio block system; 3.27. Drive (Dedicated Road infrastructure for vehicles Safety in Europe (CEC project))-specialized in road infrastructure safety in Europe (European Community); 3.28. DSC (Digital Selective Calling) – digital selective call; 3.29. DS (Detailed spectrum Investigation) – detailed spectrum investigation; 3.30. Dsss (direct-sequence Spread spectrum)-signal modulation method using pseudo-random code as the modulating signal sasinhronizēt in demodulējoš and transmitting and receiving equipment; 3.31. DVB-T (Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial)-terrestrial digital television broadcasting system; 3.32. EAS (Electronic article surveillance) – the subject of electronic surveillance; 3.33. The ECC (Electronic Communications Committee (former ERC – European Radiocommunications Committee)) — the electronic communications Committee (ERC – European Radiocommunications Committee); 3.34. ECTEL (European telecommunications and Professional Electronics Industry), the European telecommunications and professional electronics industry; 3.35. The E-GSM (GSM Extension (band at 900 MHz)) – extension to GSM (900 MHz radio band range); 3.36. equivalent isotropic radiated e.i.r.p. – in power (the power supplied to the antenna multiplied by the antenna gain in a given direction relative to an isotropic antenna); EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) 3.37.-ba in the electromagnetic compatibility; 3.38. the ENG (Electronic News Gathering)-electronic news gathering; 3.39. the EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon)-the location of the emergency locator beacons in; 3.40. the ERC (European Radiocommunications Committee (now the ECC – Electronic Communications Committee)) – the European Radiocommunications Committee (now the ECC – electronic communications Committee); 3.41. Ermes (European radio Messaging system) – a European radioziņojum system (paging); 3.42. the ERO (European Radiocommunications Office) – the European radio communications Office; 3.43. e.r.p.-effective radiated power in a certain direction (power supplied to the antenna multiplied by the antenna gain in a given direction relative to a Dipole: means); 3.44. Etno (European Public telecommunications network operators Association) – a European public telecommunications network operators Association; 3.45. Eutelsat (European Telecommunications Satellite Organisation), the European Telecommunications Satellite Organization; 3.46. EUTELTRAC (EUTELSAT transport Wide-ranging and Communication Service), the European Telecommunications Satellite Organization positioning and communications service; 3.47. FB (Base Station)-mobile base station; 3.48. FDD (Frequency Division Duplex) – frekvenčdal-duplex; 3.49. FDM (Frequency Division multiple access) – frekvenčdal's daudzpiekļuv; 3.50. Fhss (Frequency-Hopping Spread spectrum)-signal modulation method using frequency spread spectrum, bouncing the signal frequency discontinuous change intentionally during transmission, the carrier's operation quickly switch between multiple frequency channels and using the transmitter and receiver to the frequency change order; FM (Frequency Modulation) 3.51 – frequency modulation; 3.52. FPLMT (future Public Land mobile telecommunications system) – the future public land mobile telecommunication systems (now-IMT 2000); 3.53. The FWA (Fixed wireless access)-fixed wireless access; 3.54. GBSAR (Ground Based Synthetic Aperture Radar)-ground-based radar with synthesized antenna aperture; 3.37. Gmdss (Global maritime distress and Safety System) – the global shipping of distress and safety communications system; 3.56. Gnss (Global Navigation Satellite System) – global satellite Navi cleanse system; 3.57. GP (glide Path)-approach; 3.58. Gps (Global Positioning System)-global positioning system; 3.59. GSM (Global System for mobile communications), global system for mobile communications (one of the cellular radio systems); 3.60. GSM-R (GSM for railways)-GSM standard mobile communications system for the railways; 3.61. HAP (High altitude Platform Station)-high altitude platform stations; 3.62. the HDF (High Density Fixed systems) – high concentration fixed systems; 3.63. HDTV (High Definition Television) – high definition television; 3.64. HIPERLAN (High performance Local area network)-a high-performance local area network; 3.65. Ils (Instrumental Landing System) – an instrumental landing system; 3.66. Imt-2000 (International mobile telecommunications)-international mobile telecommunications; 3.67. Inmarsat-the mobile satellite communications operator; 3.68. The ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical Applications (of radio))-radiolietojum in the industry, science and medicine; 3.69. Its (intelligent transport systems)-intelligent transport systems; 3.70. The ITU (International Telecommunication Union) – International Telecommunications Union; 3.71. Itu-R (International Telecommunication Union – radio communications Sector) – International Telecommunications Union radiocommunications sector; 3.72. The I-Z universe – Earth. Broadcasting the direction of space communications; 3.73. JMD-maritime mobile service; 3.74. LAN (Local area network)-a local area network; 3.75. LBS (Listen before Talk) – "listen before the raid" spectrum access technique, which equipment radio frequency channel or sub-band takes only when it is found that the channel is not busy or sub-band; 3.76. the LDC (Low Duty cycle)-low-intensity cycle; 3.77. Mids (Multifunctional Information Distribution System) – multifunctional information distribution system; 3.78. ML (Mobile Station) – mobile station; 3.79. MMQ (Multipoint Multichannel Distribution System) – many point multichannel distribution system; 3.80. MP (multi point)-multipoint communication system radio-fixed configuration that includes both the PMP and the MP-MP system; 3.81. MP-MP (multi point-multi point) – peer-to-peer communications-fixed multipoint radio system configuration; 3.82. MS (Meteor Scatter Application) – communications via radio waves from striking the meteorite trail; 3.83. Msi (Maritime Safety Information) – maritime safety in the information notified; 3.84. Msi-HF (High seas Maritime Safety Information) – the security of vessels plying the high seas. 3.85. SPARTAK (multipoint video Distribution System) – television multipoint distribution system; 3.86. Mws (multimedia wireless system) – a multimedia wireless systems; 3.87. Nato (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation)-the North Atlantic Treaty Organization; 3.88. NAVTEX (narrow-band direct-printing telegraphy system for transmission of navigational and information support and urgent warning to ships)-tiešdruk system of telegraphy narrowband shipping, meteorological warnings and urgent information to ships to transmit; 3.89.-COM NBDP (Narrow-band direct-printing communications) – radio narrowband tiešdruk; 3.90. OB (outside Broadcasting)-ārpusstudij broadcast; 3.73. OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing)-frekvenčdal of the orthogonal multiplexing; 3.92. OR (Off-route), outside of the track. A sign indicates that the service is used outside the civil air routes; 3.93. PAMR (Public access mobile radio)-public access mobile radio system; 3.94. PMP (point to multi point) – "point-multipoint" communication-fixed radio systems configuration; 3.95. PMR (Professional mobile radio (self-provided, self-used, or in the closed user group mobile radio systems))-professional mobile radio system (mobile radio system to a closed user group – private electronic communications networks); 3.98.446 PMR (private mobile radio, 446 MHz band at)-private mobile radio system 446 MHz band; 3.97. PPA (point to point)-"point-point" communication-fixed radio systems configuration; 3.98. PR27 (Personal radio at 27 MHz Band) – a personal radio 27 MHz range; 3.99. R (route) – route. A sign indicates that the service is used in civil air shipping route; 3,100.-recommendation REC (Recommendations); 3.101. Res (Resolution (of the ITU Conference)), resolution (ITU konferen ces). Resolution published in the Conference final; 3.102. RFID (Radio Frequency Identification devices) – radio identification; 3.103. RLANS (radio Local area network), wireless local area network; 3.104. RO (receive Only Earth Station) – a satellite earth station, intended only for reception; 3.105. RR (Radio Regulations annexed to the Constitution and Convention of the International Telecommunication Union) – International Telecommunications Union Constitution and the Radionoteikum annexed to the Convention; 3.106. RR AROUND (the radio regulations Appendix)-Radionoteikum a; 3.107. RRL-radiorelejlīnij, the fixed radio systems; 3.108. RTP-COM (radio Telephony communications)-radiotelephone communications; 3.109. the R% AMP% TTE (Road transport and Traffic Telematic Systems) – road transport and traffic telematics systems (telecommunications and data-processing and automation systems for road transport). 3.110. SABS (Ancillary services to Broadcasting) broadcasting support services; 3.111 SAP (service Ancillary to programme Making)-support (apr of des) program; 3.112. S-DAB (satellite Digital Audio Broadcasting) — satellite digital sound broadcast system; 3.113. The sit (satellite interactive Terminal)-satellite interactive Terminal; 3.114. SNG (Satellite News Gathering) – satellite news gathering; 3.115. S-PCs (Personal communications satellite system)-satellite personal communications system; 3.116. SRD (short range devices) — short-range devices; 3.117. SRR (short range Radar (automotive)) automotive short-range radar; 2682. SSR (Secondary-Surveilanc Radar) – secondary surveillance radar; 5,907. SU (satellite User Terminal) – satellite user terminal; 3.120. TACAN (Tactical Air Navigation System), tactical air navigation system; 3121. TAPA (Tetra Advanced packet service) – the Tetra enhanced packet transmission services; 3.122. The T-DAB (Terrestrial Digital Audio Broadcasting)-terrestrial digital sound broadcasting system; 3083. TDD (time Division Duplex)-time division duplex of; 3.5. Tetra (trans European Trunked Radio. Terrestrial Trunked Radio) – the European block's radio system. The block of land radio system; 3.125. Tetra Emergency (trans European Trunked Radio system for the Emergency Services) – emergency services Tetra (the European block radio system emergency services); 3.126. Tfts (Terrestrial flight telephone system)-Earth flight phone system; 3.127. TLPR (Tank Level Radar Probings)-a tank level detection radar; 3.128. TPC (transmit Power Control) – automatic transmitter power control; 3129. TS (Terminal station (of FWA system)) – terminus (fixed wireless access system); 3.130. Umts (Universal mobile telecommunications system) mobile telecommunications attended salt system; 3.131. UWB (Ultra Wide Band) – ultraplatjosl; 3.132. UTR (UMTS Terrestrial radio access) – UMTS land radiopiekļuv; 3.133. VHF (Very High Frequency Band)-meter wavelength range; 3.134. VHF-CH NN (Channel NN for Maritime Mobile Services in the VHF Band)-meter wavelength range Channel Marine mobile service. The symbol is used in place of the NN channel; 3.135. VOR (VHF Omnidirectional radio range)-meter waves at the top of the stairs of radio beacons; 3.136. Vsat (Very Small Aperture Terminal) satellite terminal with very small antenna aperture; 3.137. WAS (wireless access systems) – wireless access system; 3,206. WRC (World Radiocommunications Conference)-World Radiocommunication Conference; 3.139. Z-I-Earth-space. The direction of transmission space communications.
4. Radio frequency uses, taking into account the allocation of the radio spectrum band radio and radio systems Division (annex 1) as well as in certain radiosaskarn (annex 2). 5. the Radiosaskarn determines the key parameters for efficient and harmonised use of radio spectrum without harmful radio interference. 6. If you need RF international coordination or binding for Latvia has been concluded an international treaty or agreement (the agreement), the use of the radio frequency allocation parameters shall be determined taking into account the results of the coordination and the international agreements binding for Latvia (the agreement) or the conditions of the arrangement. 7. Radio frequency band, which is not allocated to a specific radio system can be used only after these conditions of use of the radio frequency bands and electromagnetic compatibility required the development and inclusion of radiosaskarņ radio frequency plan in accordance with the laws and regulations on the spectrum band distribution and use. 8. Radio frequency band can be supplemented with a new radio system only if the radio band is divided into the radio type (service) in Latvia, which will work in a new radio system, and will respect the conditions of use of radio frequencies, which will ensure electromagnetic compatibility with the workers and the planned radio communications systems. 9. Frequency allocation band radio (services) in Latvia can use public electronic communications networks and private electronic communications networks, subject to this provision is set out in annex 1 for additional conditions. 10. the Ministry of Defence and national armed forces has the right to require radio frequency allocations of national defence needs to private electronic communications networks also radio frequency bands which are not SHARP or SHARP and CS, subject to the laws and regulations on the use and allocation of radio frequencies. 11. using inductive short-range devices (for example, vehicle protective systems, telemetry equipment, remote controls), not binding this provision laid down in annex 1 types of radiocommunication (services). 12. Ultra-Wideband technology (UWB) radio equipment can work across the spectrum, and must comply with the provisions of annex 3, paragraph 11. II. Primary and secondary services 13. If the radio band is designed for more than one service, the radio frequency band usage is determined by dividing the priority services in primary and secondary services according to annex 1 of these rules. 14. in annex 1 of these rules, the primary service is specified with uppercase letters, but the secondary service- with lowercase letters. Service allocation additional conditions indicated by lowercase, just behind the relevant service (e.g. mobile, except for air shipping mobile). If the service is an addition in parentheses in the table, it indicates that the service limits the specified activity. Service order does not indicate the use of radio bandwidth priority. 15. The secondary service stations may not cause harmful radio interference to existing or planned radio stations and primary services may not require a primary service stations protection from harmful radio interference. 16. The secondary service stations may request protection from the harmful radio interference from the same or another secondary service stations. III. A shared radio frequency allocation 17. permission to use a shared radio frequency allocation use permit (national radio frequency plan annex 3) (hereinafter referred to as the authorisation) gives you the right to install and use of radio equipment, which is affiliated with radio equipment specified in the authorization groups and works in certain frequency bands sharing or radio channels subject to licence and regulations for electronic communication specified the General technical requirements, as well as the harmonisation of radio spectrum use conditions and restrictions. In the permit sharing of radio frequency bands or frequency channels allowed to engage in commercial activities, the public service Commission for the regulation of the radio spectrum usage rights. 18. Radio equipment which installed and used in accordance with the authorization, and not from a public electronic communication systems are not protected against the harmful radio interference created by the radio equipment, which are used in accordance with the laws and regulations on the radio frequency allocation of authorisations as well as they may not cause harmful interference. Applications for prevention of interference are not considered. To reduce the possibility of interference and their impact on the operation of the radio, radio owner, possessor, or the electronic communications operator select an appropriate technical solution, optimizes the placement of radio equipment, uses the object within the natural characteristics and other measures. 19. the compliance of the radio equipment in accordance with the laws and regulations on conformity assessment of radio equipment. IV. Closing questions 20. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 19 April 2005, regulations No 276 "rules on the radio spectrum band distribution and breakdown of the radio radio systems, as well as on the use of the radio spectrum band for general conditions" (Latvian journal, 2005, nr. 73; 2007, 50, no. 205, no. 153; 2008). 21. This provision of the annex 1 232. above case SRD radio use voice transmission is permitted equipment purchased up to 30 September 2006. 22. The provisions of annex 1, paragraph 329 in the 8000-8024 MHz frequency band Division CS RRL radio allocations set to the RRL for decommissioning. 23. This provision of the annex 1 287.288, 289,., paragraph 290 and divisions systems are in force MMQ 31 December 2013. 24. The provisions of annex 1, 347 and 348 345. in paragraph 10,18-10,21 GHz and 10,53-GHz radio frequency band 10.56 breakdown RRL has allowed radio equipment that have up to 1 January 2003. 25. The provisions of annex 1, paragraph 354 in the radio frequency band Division MMQ systems have allowed radio equipment that have until 1 January 2000. 26. The provisions of annex 1, paragraph 363 and 364. in 14,7005-14.9 GHz-GHz radio frequency and 15,166 15,23 band breakdown only certain national defence, except the eastern border of the Republic of Latvia and Vietnam, where it is used for private electronic communications networks. 27. The provisions of annex 1, paragraph 364 in 14.9 GHz radio frequency band 15,096-breakdown of allocations laid down in the CS RRL radio to the RRL for decommissioning. 28. The provisions of annex 1, 199, 201, 202 200..., 203.204.205. points, and in the radio frequency band radar breakdown is in force until June 1, 2014. 29. The provisions of annex 1 384.385, 386, 387..., 388, 389, 390, 391. a., 392, 393, 394, 395..., 396 and 397 points. in the radio frequency band of automotive short-range radar (SRR) is valid until June 30, 2013. 30. This provision of the annex 1.284 above frequency in the band 2300-2370MHz should be released within two years from the date of entry into force of the provisions. 1. These provisions of the annex provided for in paragraph 284 of the Radio bar-2370MHz 2,300 IMT systems breakdown is in force from 1 November 2011. 31. The provisions of annex 1, paragraph 317 in the radio frequency band of BFW systems is valid until 10 July 2012. 32. This provision of the annex and paragraph 326.327 in the radio frequency band Division AS is allowed for use in maritime surveillance systems radio equipment in Kurzeme, which have until January 1, 2010. 33. Radio equipment which is not intended for future use of these provisions, in annex 1 to that used radio equipment lifetime. Informative reference to European Union directives, the provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 March 2002 Directive 2002/21/EC on a common regulatory framework for electronic communications networks and services (framework directive). Prime Minister v. dombrovsky traffic Minister k. Gerhard annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 6 October 2009. Regulations No 1151 frequency allocation table distribution of radio-PO box IT services (ways) in the region 1 distribution of radio services (ways) in Latvia, the breakdown of the radio systems in Latvia other information additional conditions. 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 0 9 kHz (not split) 2.05 (not split) 5.53 5.53 2.05 2.9 to 14 kHz radio radio SRD : 9-ERC/DEC/148.5 kHz (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-kHz-60.250 59.750 59.750 kHz-70 kHz 60.250, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 3.14-19.95 kHz fixed 5.57 5.55 5.56 marine mobile fixed maritime mobile 5.57 5.56 SRD : 9-ERC/DEC/148.5 kHz (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-kHz-60.250 59.750 59.750 kHz-70 kHz 60.250, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 4.19.95-20,05 kHz standard frequency and time signal (20 kHz) frequency and time signal (20 SRD-148.5 kHz): 9 kHz ERC/DEC/(01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-kHz-60.250 59.750 59.750 kHz-70 kHz 60.250, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment frequencies and time Standard signals 20,05-70 kHz 5 fixed 5.57 5.56 5.58 marine mobile fixed maritime mobile 5.57 SRD: 9-148.5 kHz 5.56 Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices Coordination Commission 23 May 2008 decision 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-59.750 kHz 60.250 59.750-60.250 kHz,-70 kHz, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communication networks 6.70-72 kHz radionavigation 5.60 5.60 radionavigation SRD: 9-148.5 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices Coordination Commission 23 June 2008. May 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-kHz-60.250 59.750 59.750 kHz-70 kHz 60.250, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 7.72-84 kHz fixed maritime mobile radio 5.60 5.57 5.56 5.57 Marine fixed mobile radio 5.60 5.56 SRD: 148.5 kHz 9 – Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices Coordination Commission 23 May 2008 decision 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 13- ERC 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-kHz-60.250 59.750 59.750 kHz-70 kHz 60.250, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communication networks 8.84-86 kHz Radio Radio 5.60 5.60 SRD 9-148.5 kHz: Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices Coordination Commission 23 May 2008 decision 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-59.750 kHz 60.250 59.750-60.250 kHz,-70 kHz, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 9.86-90 kHz fixed maritime mobile radio 5.57 5.56 5.57 Marine fixed mobile radio 5.56 SRD 9-148.5 kHz: Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices Coordination Commission 23 May 2008 decision 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-59.750 kHz 60.250 59.750-60.250 kHz,-70 kHz, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) inductive machine 10.90-110 kHz radionavigation 5.64 5.62 5.62 fixed radio fixed 5.64 SRD: 9-148.5 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices Coordination Commission 23 June 2008. May 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-kHz-60.250 59.750 59.750 kHz-70 kHz 60.250, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communication networks 11.110-112 kHz fixed maritime mobile radio 5.64 fixed maritime mobile radio navigation: 9-148.5 kHz 5.64 SRD Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices Coordination Commission 23 May 2008 decision 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-59.750 kHz 60.250 59.750-60.250 kHz,-70 kHz, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 12.112-115 kHz radionavigation 5.60 5.60 radionavigation SRD: 9-148.5 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices Coordination Commission 23 June 2008. May 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-kHz-60.250 59.750 59.750 kHz-70 kHz 60.250, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communication networks 13.115-kHz radionavigation 5.60 117,6 fixed marine radio navigation 5.60 5.64 5.66 cellular fixed mobile sea-148.5 kHz 5.64 SRD: 9 Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices Coordination Commission 23 May 2008 decision 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-59.750 kHz-60.250 59.750 kHz-70 kHz 60.250, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 14.117,6 126 kHz fixed maritime mobile radio 5.60 5.64 fixed maritime mobile radio 5.60 5.64 SRD 9-148.5 kHz: Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices Coordination Commission 23 May 2008 decision 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-59.750 kHz 60.250 59.750-60.250 kHz,-70 kHz, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 15.126-129 kHz radionavigation 5.60 5.60 SRD radio: 9-148.5 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices Coordination Commission 23 June 2008. May 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-kHz-60.250 59.750 59.750 kHz-70 kHz 60.250, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communication networks 16.129-130 kHz fixed maritime mobile radio 5.60 5.64 fixed maritime mobile radio 5.60 5.64 SRD: 148.5 kHz 9 – Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices Coordination Commission 23 May 2008 decision 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-59.750 kHz 60.250 59.750-60.250 kHz,-70 kHz, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 17.130-135.7 kHz fixed maritime mobile 5.64 5.67 5.64 marine mobile fixed SRD: 148.5 kHz 9 – Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices Reconciliation Commission 23 May 2008 decision 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-kHz-60.250 59.750 59.750 kHz-70 kHz 60.250, 70-119 119-135 kHz kHz and radio frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 18. – 137,8 kHz 135,7 maritime mobile amateur radio was 5.67 5.64 fixed 5.67 5.67 (B) maritime mobile amateur radio was 5.67 5.64 fixed 5.67 B amateur radio stations: 135,7-ERC/REC 62 137,8 kHz-01-135.7 – 137.8 kHz band amateur service bake T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303 "amateur radio station construction, installation and use, as well as amateur radio licence procedures ' private electronic communications networks in the amateur radio service radio stations: 9-148.5 kHz SRD Commission 23 May 2008 decision 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/REC 70-reconciliation 03-about the short-range devices (SRD) use private electronic communications networks inductive equipment 19.137,8-148.5 kHz fixed maritime mobile 5.64 5.67 5.64 marine mobile fixed SRD: 148.5 kHz 9 – the Commission's 2008 decision of 23 May 2008/432/EC amending Decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/REC 70-reconciliation 03-about the short-range devices (SRD) use private electronic communications networks inductive equipment 20.148.5-255 kHz 5.68 5.69 5.70 broadcast broadcast sound broadcast system : 148.5 kHz 283,5-regional agreement concerning the use of broadcasting service of frequencies in the medium frequency bands in regions I and III and the low frequency bands in region I (Geneva, 1975) 21.255-283,5 kHz broadcast air shipping Radio 5.70 5.71 broadcast air shipping radio audio broadcast system: 148.5 kHz 283,5-regional agreement concerning the use of broadcasting service of frequencies in the medium frequency bands in regions I and III and the low frequency bands in region I (Geneva , 1975) 22-315 kHz 283,5 air shipping radio marine radio navigation (beacons) 5.73 5.72 5.74 air shipping radio marine radio navigation Beacons (beacons) 5.73 5.74, DGPS stations PPE plan private electronic communications networks 23.315-325 kHz air shipping radio marine radio navigation (beacons) 5.73 5.75 5.72 air shipping radio marine radio navigation (beacons) 5.73 private electronic communications networks 24.325-405 kHz radionavigation 5.72 air shipping air shipping radio private electronic communications networks 25.405-415 kHz 5.76 5.76 5.72 radio radio private electronic communication networks 26.415-435 kHz maritime mobile radio air shipping 5.79 5.72 5.79 air maritime mobile radio navigation Beacons of shipping private electronic communications networks 27.435-495 kHz 5.79 5.79 marine mobile air shipping Radio 5.72 5.82 5.79 5.79 marine mobile air shipping radio GMDSS: 490 kHz RR 5.82 AP15 MSI (NAVTEX) — maritime safety information channel private electronic communications networks SRD : 457 kHz ECC/DEC/(06) 01-ECC of 19 March 2004 decision on the avalanche victim locating use short-range devices operating in harmonized 457 kHz radio frequency RF, technical specifications and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) avalanche victim search private electronic communications networks 28.495-505 kHz 5.82 5.82 (B) of the Mobile Mobile is 5.82 5.82 (B) private electronic communications networks 29.505-526,5 kHz of 5.79 5.79 marine Mobile 5.84 5.72 air shipping radio maritime 5.79 5.79 5.84 of the mobile air shipping radio GMDSS: 518 kHz (NAVTEX) RR MS AP15-maritime safety information channel private electronic communications networks beacons: 510-526,5 kHz private electronic communications networks 526,5 – 606.5 30.1 kHz broadcast 5.87 5.87 broadcast Sound broadcast system of regional agreement concerning the use of broadcasting service of frequencies in the medium frequency bands in regions I and III and the low frequency bands in region I (Geneva , 1975) private electronic communications networks 31.1 606,5-1 625 kHz fixed maritime mobile land mobile 5.90 5.92 5.90 fixed maritime mobile land mobile 5.92 private electronic communications networks 32.625-1 635 1 kHz radar radar fixed 5.93 5.93 5.93 for land mobile 1 635-1 800 33. kHz fixed maritime mobile 5.92 5.96 5.90 land mobile fixed maritime mobile 5.92 5.96 5.90 land mobile 34.1 800 810 kHz-1 radar radar fixed 5.93 5.93 5.93 35 land mobile.
1 810-850 kHz 1 5.98 5.99 5100 5.101 amateur Amateur amateur radio stations: 5100 1810-2000 kHz bake T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303 "amateur radio station construction, installation and use, as well as amateur radio licence procedures ' private electronic communications networks in the amateur radio service radio channel 36.850 – 2 000 1 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5.92 5.96 5103 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5.96 5.92 5103 Amateur amateur radio stations: 1810-2000 kHz bake T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303 "amateur radio station construction, installation and use, as well as amateur radio licence procedures for the" amateur radio service radio channel 37.000 kHz 2-2 025 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5.92 5103 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5.92 5103-2 045 025 38.2 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) meteorological support for fixed mobile 5.104 5.92 5103, except air shipping mobile (R) meteorological support of 39 045 5.104 5.92 5103 2-2 160 kHz fixed maritime mobile land mobile fixed 5.92 maritime mobile land mobile 5.92 2 160-2 170 40 kHz radar radar fixed 5.107 5.93 5.93 5.93 41 land mobile.
2 170-2 kHz 173.5 Marine mobile naval Mobile 2-42.2 kHz 173,5 190.5 mobile (distress and call sign) 5.108 5.109 5.110 5.111 mobile (distress and call sign) 5.108 5.110 5.111 GMDSS: 5.109 2174.5 kHz RR AP15 NBDP-COM-international signal of distress and safety communication channel narrowband telegraphy private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: 2182 kHz RR AP15 RTP-COM-international call and distress signal the radiotelephone transmission channel private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS : 2187.5 kHz RR AP15 DSC — international distress and safety signals digital selective call to channel private electronic communications networks 43.2 kHz 2 194 marine 189.5 mobile maritime mobile 44.2 194-2 300 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5.92 5103 5.112 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5.92 2 300-2 45.5103 498 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) broadcast 5.113 5103 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) S 5103 and CSA private electronic communications networks 46.2 498-501 2 kHz standard frequency and time signal (2 500 kHz) frequency and time signal (2 500 kHz) frequency and time Standards signal to 2 501-502 47.2 kHz standard frequency and time signal into space exploration and time preset frequency signal into space exploration and time standard frequency tones 48.502, 2 2 625 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5.92 5103 5.114 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5.92 5103-2 650 49.625 kHz 2 maritime mobile marine radio navigation 5.92 marine mobile marine radio navigation 5.92 private electronic communications networks 50.2 650-850 2 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5.92 5103 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5.92 S 5103 and CSA private electronic communications networks 51.2-3 025 kHz 850 air shipping mobile ( R) 5.111 5.115 air shipping mobile (R): 3023 kHz 5.111 5.115 GMDSS RR, RR-AP27 AP15 Aero SAR-air shipping carrier frequency for communication between mobile station search and rescue operations by private electronic communications networks 52.3 025-3 155 kHz air shipping mobile (OR)
Air shipping mobile (OR) RR AP26 private electronic communications networks 53.3 155-3 200 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5.116 5.117 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) S and CS 5.116 private electronic communications networks in the SRD: 3155-3400 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/REC 70-reconciliation 03-about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 54.3 200-3 230 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) broadcast 5.113 5.116 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) S and CS 5.116 private electronic communications networks in the SRD: 3155-3400 kHz ERC/REC 70-03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 55.3 230-3 400 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) broadcast 5.113 5.116 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) S and CS 5.116 private electronic communications networks in the SRD: 3155-3400 kHz ERC/REC 70-03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks in the 3 400-3 500 56. kHz air shipping mobile (R) air shipping mobile (R) RR-AP27 57.3 500 3 800 kHz amateur radio FIXED mobile except air shipping Mobile 5.92 amateur radio FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile amateur radio stations, 5.92 radiosport transmitters bake T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates bake 32. Message HEARTS – novice amateur radio exam application and novice amateur radio examination certificate No-Bake and bake in the States of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303 "amateur radio station construction, installation and use, as well as amateur radio licence procedures ' private electronic communications networks in the amateur radio service radio stations, 58.3 800-900 3 kHz fixed shipping (air mobile Or) land mobile fixed mobile air shipping (OR) private land mobile electronic communications networks 59.3 900-3 950 kHz air shipping mobile (OR) 4780 air shipping mobile (OR) RR AP26 private electronic communications networks – 4 000 60 3 950 kHz fixed broadcast fixed broadcast sound broadcast system 61.4 000 to 4 063 kHz fixed maritime mobile fixed maritime mobile 5.127 5.127 RR 62.4 063 AP17 438 4 kHz of maritime mobile 5.79 5.110 4,035 5131 5,293 5.128 5.109 marine Mobile-5131 5,293 5.79 5.109 5.110 4,035 GMDSS: 4125 kHz RR AP15 RTP-COM-international call and distress signal the radiotelephone transmission channel may also use the aviation radio station with marine mobile service stations in emergency situations. Private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: 4177.5 kHz RR AP15 NBDP-COM-international signal of distress and safety communication channel narrowband telegraphy private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: 4207.5 kHz RR AP15 DSC — international distress and safety signals digital selective call to channel private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: 4209.5 kHz RR RR RR AP25 AP15 AP17, MSI (NAVTEX) — maritime safety information channel private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS : RR-4210 kHz AP15 MSI HF Ocean maritime safety information using NBDP channel private electronic communications networks AS and CS: 4130-4438 kHz private electronic communications networks 63.4 438-4 650 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) S and CS private electronic communications networks 64.4 650-4 700 kHz air shipping mobile (R) air shipping mobile (R) RR-AP27 65.4 750 kHz 4 700 air shipping mobile (OR) air Maritime mobile (OR) RR AP26 private electronic communications networks 66.4 750-4 850 kHz fixed air shipping mobile (OR) terrestrial mobile broadcasting 5.113 fixed air shipping mobile (OR) private land mobile electronic communications networks 67.4 850-4 995 kHz fixed terrestrial mobile broadcasting 5.113 fixed land mobile AS and CS private electronic communications networks 68.4 995-5 003 standard frequency and TIME kHz signal (5000 kHz) frequency and time signal (5000 kHz) frequency and time signals 69.5 003-005 5 kHz standard frequency and time signal into space exploration and time preset frequency signal into space exploration and time standard signal frequency 70.5 005-5 060 kHz fixed broadcast 5.113 fixed private electronic communications networks 055 71.5-5 250 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping Mobile 5,388 FIXED mobile except air shipping Mobile 5,388 AS and CS private electronic communications networks 72.5 250-5 450 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile private electronic communications networks 73.5 450-5 480 kHz fixed air shipping mobile (OR) land mobile fixed mobile air shipping (OR) private land mobile communications network in 74.5 480-5 680 kHz air shipping mobile (R) 5.111 5.115 air shipping mobile (R): 5680 kHz 5.111 5.115 GMDSS RR AP27 AP15 Aero-SAR, RR-air shipping carrier frequency for communication between mobile station search and rescue operations by private electronic communications networks 75.5 680-5 730 kHz air shipping mobile (OR) 5.111 5.115 air shipping mobile (OR) GMDSS: 5680 kHz 5.111 5.115 RR, RR AP15 AP26 Aero-SAR-air shipping carrier frequency for communication between mobile station search and rescue operations by private electronic communications networks 76.5 730-5 900 kHz fixed land mobile fixed land mobile AS and CS private electronic communications networks 77.5 900-950 5 kHz broadcast broadcast sound 5.134 5.134 5.136 broadcast system RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 78.5 950-6 200 kHz broadcast broadcast sound broadcast system RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 79 6 200-6 525 kHz marine mobile naval 5.137 5.109 5.110 5,293 4,035 cellphone 5.109 5.110 4,035 5,293 5.137 GMDSS: 6215 kHz RR RR RR AP15 AP17 AP25, RTP-COM-international call and distress signal the radiotelephone transmission channel private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: 6268 kHz RR AP15 NBDP-COM-international signal of distress and safety communication channel narrowband telegraphy private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS : 6312 kHz RR AP15 DSC — international distress and safety signals digital selective call to channel private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: 6314 kHz RR AP15 MSI-HF high seas maritime safety information using NBDP channel private electronic communications networks 80.6 525-6 685 kHz air shipping mobile (R) air shipping mobile (R) RR-AP27 81.6 685 765 kHz 6 air shipping mobile (OR) air shipping mobile (OR) RR AP26 private electronic communication networks 6-7 000 82.765 kHz fixed land mobile the fixed 5.139 5.138 5.138 land mobile 5.139 5.138 5.138 axis and CSA private electronic communications networks in the SRD: 6765-6795 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/REC 70-reconciliation 03-about the short-range devices (SRD) use different application SRD private electronic communications networks in the SRD: 6765-6795 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/REC 70-reconciliation 03- About the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks in the ISM: 6765-6795 83.7 000-7 kHz 100 kHz amateur radio amateur radio satellite 5.140 5.141 5.141 Amateur amateur radio satellite amateur radio stations to bake T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates bake 32. Message HEARTS – novice amateur radio exam application and novice amateur radio examination certificate No-Bake and bake in the States of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303 "amateur radio station building Installing and usage, as well as amateur radio licence arrangements "amateur radio service radio channel 84.7 100-200 kHz by the amateur 5.141 7 5.141 (B) (C) (C) amateur 5.141 5.141 amateur radio stations to bake T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303" amateur radio station construction, installation and use, as well as amateur radio licence arrangements "amateur radio service radio channel 85.7 200-7 300 kHz broadcast broadcast sound broadcast system RR 12 Res, RR. 517 (WRC-97) 86.7 300-7 400 kHz broadcast 5.134 5.143 5.143 (B) (C) (B) the broadcast 5.134 5.143 5.143 sound broadcast system RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 87.7 400 450 kHz broadcast-7 (B) (C) broadcast 5.143 5.143 fixed 5.143 B land mobile: 7400-8800 5.143 B SRD kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 15-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on the 7400-8800 kHz band operating in the short-range inductive equipment harmonized radio frequencies technical parameters and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 88.7-8 100 kHz 450 fixed land mobile fixed 5.143 a terrestrial Mobile 5.143 AS and CS private electronic communications networks in the SRD: 7400-8800 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 15-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on the 7400-8800 kHz radio frequency band operating in the short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks for 89.8 kHz, 100-8 195 fixed mobile fixed sea marine mobile: AP17 SRD 7400-RR 8800 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 15-HEARTS on 12 March 2001 the decision on 7400-8800 kHz band operating in the short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 90.8 195-8 815 marine Mobile 5.145 5.110 5,293 5.111 5.109 marine Mobile 5.109 5.145 5.110 5,293 5.111 GMDSS: 8291 kHz RR, RR AP25 AP17 RR-COM-RTP AP15 international call and distress signal the radiotelephone transmission channel private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: 8376.5 kHz RR AP15 NBDP-COM-international signal of distress and safety communication channel narrowband telegraphy private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: 8414.5 kHz RR AP15 DSC — international distress and safety signals digital selective call to channel private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: HIDE MS-8416.5 kHz AP15 HF Ocean maritime safety information channel using NBDP private electronic communications networks in the SRD: 7400-8800 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 15-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on the 7400-8800 kHz band operating in the short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communication networks 8 815-965 91.8 kHz air shipping mobile (R) air shipping mobile (R) RR-AP27 92.8 965 040 9 kHz air shipping mobile (OR) air shipping mobile (OR) RR AP26 private electronic communications networks 93.9 040-9 400 kHz fixed fixed 94.9 400-9 500 kHz broadcast 5.134 5.146 5.134 sound broadcast broadcast system 12, RR RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 95.9 500 – 9 900 kHz broadcast 5.147 broadcast sound broadcast system 5.147 RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 96.9 900 to 9 kHz fixed fixed AXIS 995 and CSA private electronic communications networks 97.9 995-10 003 standard frequency and TIME kHz signal (10000 kHz) frequency and time STANDARDS 5.111 signal (10000 kHz) frequency and time Standards 5.111 tones 003-98.10 10 005 standard frequencies and TIME-kHz signals into space exploration standard frequency and TIME 5.111 signal space exploration standard frequency and time 5.111 tones 005-10 100 10 99 kHz air shipping mobile ( R) 5.111 air shipping mobile (R) 100 10 100 5.111 RR-AP27.10 150 kHz fixed amateur radio fixed amateur radio amateur radio stations to bake T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303 "amateur radio station construction, installation and use, as well as amateur radio licence procedures ' private electronic communications networks in the amateur radio service radio station 101.10-11 175 150 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) S and CS private electronic communications networks in the SRD: 10200-11000 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/REC 70-reconciliation 03-about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks 102.11 175 275 kHz air-11 shipping mobile (OR) air shipping mobile (OR) RR AP26 private electronic communication networks 11 275-103. 11 400 kHz air shipping mobile (R) air shipping mobile (R) RR-AP27 104.11 11 600 400 kHz fixed fixed 105.11 600-11 650 kHz broadcast broadcast sound 5.134 5.134 5.146 broadcast system RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 106.11 650-12 050 kHz broadcast 5.147 broadcast sound broadcast system 5.147 RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 107.12 050 100 kHz-12 broadcasting broadcast 5.134 5.146 5.134 sound broadcast system RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 108.100-230 kHz 12 12 fixed the fixed AXLE and CSA private electronic communications networks 12-13 109.230 200 kHz of maritime mobile offshore 5.145 5.110 5.109 5,293 Mobile 5.145 5.110 5.109 5,293 GMDSS: 12290 kHz RR RR RR AP15 AP17 AP25, RTP-COM-international call and distress signal the radiotelephone transmission channel private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: 12520 kHz RR AP15 NBDP-COM-international signal of distress and safety communication channel narrowband telegraphy private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS : 12577 kHz RR AP15 DSC — international distress and safety signals digital selective call to channel private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: 12579 kHz RR AP15 MSI-HF high seas maritime safety information using NBDP channel private electronic communications networks 110.13 200-260 kHz 13 air shipping mobile (OR) air shipping mobile (OR) RR AP26 private electronic communications networks 111.13 260-13 kHz air shipping 360 Mobile (R) air shipping mobile (R) RR-AP27 112.13 kHz 13 360 410 fixed radio 5.149
Fixed radio 5.149 private electronic communications networks 113.13 410-13 570 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 6,150 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5150 SRD: 13553-13567 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/REC 70-reconciliation 03-about the short-range devices (SRD) use different application SRD private electronic communications networks SRD : 13553-13567 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/REC 70-reconciliation 03-about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks in the ISM: 13553-13567 114.570-13 kHz 13 kHz broadcasting 600 5.134 6096 broadcast sound broadcast system 5.134 RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 600-800 115.13 13 kHz broadcast broadcast sound broadcast system RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 116 13 800 13 870 kHz broadcast – 5.134 6096 broadcast sound broadcast system 5.134 RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 117.13-14 000 870 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) S and CS private electronic communications networks 118 000 – 14 14 250 kHz amateur radio amateur radio satellite amateur radio amateur radio satellite amateur radio stations: 14000-14350 kHz CEPT T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303 "amateur radio station building Installing and usage, as well as amateur radio licence procedures for the "amateur radio service radio station 119.250-350 kHz 14 14 amateur radio amateur radio amateur radio stations 5152:14000-14350 kHz CEPT T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303" amateur radio station construction, installation and use, as well as amateur radio licence arrangements "amateur radio service radio stations 120.14 350-990 14 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) S and CS private electronic communications networks in 14-15 121.990 kHz frequency and STANDARD 005 time signal (15000 kHz) frequency and time STANDARDS 5.111 signal (15000 kHz) frequency and time Standards 5.111 tones 005 010 122.15-15 kHz standard frequency and time signal Space exploration standard frequency and time SIGNAL in space exploration and the time of standard frequency tones 010 100 123.15-15 kHz air shipping mobile (OR) air shipping mobile (OR) RR AP26 private electronic communications networks 15 100-600 124.15 kHz broadcast broadcast sound broadcast system RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 600-800 125.15 15 kHz broadcast broadcast sound 5.134 5.134 5.146 broadcast system RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 126 15-16 800 360 kHz fixed the fixed AXLE and CSA private electronic communications networks 127.16 360-410 17 kHz marine Mobile 5.145 5.110 5.109 5,293 marine Mobile 5.145 5.110 5.109 5,293 GMDSS: 16420 kHz RR RR RR AP15 AP17 AP25, RTP-COM-international call and distress signal the radiotelephone transmission channel private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: 16695 kHz RR AP15 NBDP-COM-international signal of distress and safety communication channel narrowband telegraphy private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS : 16804.5 kHz RR AP15 DSC — international distress and safety signals digital selective call to channel private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: HIDE MS-16806.5 kHz AP15 HF Ocean maritime safety information using NBDP channel private electronic communications networks AS and CS private electronic communications networks 128.17 410 – 480 kHz fixed fixed 17 129.17 480-17 550 kHz broadcast 5.134 5.146 5.134 sound broadcast broadcast system RR 12 Res, RR. 517 (WRC-97) 550-130.17 17 900 kHz broadcast broadcast sound broadcast system RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 131.17-17 900 970 kHz air shipping mobile (R) air shipping mobile (R) RR-AP27 132.17 970 18 030 kHz air shipping mobile (OR) air shipping mobile (OR) RR AP26 private electronic communications networks 133.18 030-18 kHz fixed fixed 052 134.18-18 kHz 068 fixed 052 space research fixed space research 135.18 068 – 18 kHz 168 amateur radio amateur radio satellite 5.154 amateur radio amateur radio satellite amateur radio stations to bake T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio licence CEPT T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303 "amateur radio station construction, installation and use, as well as amateur radio licence procedures for the" amateur radio service radio channel 136.18-18 780 kHz 168 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile AS and CS private electronic communications networks 137.18 780-900 kHz 18 marine mobile naval mobile RR. 18-19 AP17 138 900 020 kHz broadcast 5.134 5.146 broadcast  5.134 sound broadcast system RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 19 020-19 139.680 kHz fixed fixed 140.19-19 800 680 kHz 5,293 sea marine Mobile Mobile 5,293 GMDSS: AP17 19680.5 kHz, RR RR RR AP25, MSI AP15-HF high seas maritime safety information using NBDP channel private electronic communications networks 141.19 800-990 kHz fixed fixed 19 142.19-19 995 990 kHz frequency and time STANDARDS signal space exploration standard frequency and TIME 5.111 signal space exploration standard frequency and time 5.111 signals 143.19 995 – 20 kHz frequency standard and 010 time signal (20000 kHz) frequency and time STANDARDS 5.111 signal (20000 kHz) frequency and time Standards 5.111 tones 010-21 000 144.20 kHz FIXED mobile FIXED mobile 21 000-21 145.450 kHz amateur radio amateur radio satellite amateur radio amateur radio satellite amateur radio stations to bake T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates bake 32 HEARTS. Report – novice amateur radio exam application and novice amateur radio examination certificate bake and no-bake countries of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303 "amateur radio station construction, installation and use, as well as amateur radio licence procedures for the" amateur radio service radio channel 146.21 450-850 kHz broadcast 21 broadcast sound broadcast system RR 12, RR Res. 517 (WRC-97) 21 21 147.850-870 kHz fixed-fixed 5.155 5.155 148.21 870-21 924 kHz fixed fixed 5.155 B B 149 5.155.21 924-22 000 kHz air shipping mobile (R) air shipping mobile (R) RR-AP27 150.22 000 22 855 kHz of maritime mobile offshore mobile 5.156 5,293 5,293 GMDSS: 22376 kHz RR RR RR AP15 AP17 AP25, MSI-HF high seas maritime safety information channel using NBDP private electronic communications networks, 855-23 000 151.22 kHz fixed fixed 5.156 152.23 000-23 200 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5.156 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 23 200-23 350.153 kHz fixed 5.156 air shipping mobile (OR) fixed 5.156 air shipping mobile (OR) private electronic communications networks in 23-24 000 154.350 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping Mobile 5.157 FIXED mobile except air shipping Mobile 5.157 155.24 000-24 890 kHz fixed land mobile fixed land mobile AS and CS private electronic communications networks 24 890 156.990 kHz-24 amateur radio amateur radio satellite amateur radio amateur radio satellite amateur radio stations to bake T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303 "amateur radio station building Installing and usage, as well as amateur radio licence arrangements "amateur radio service radio channel 157.24 990-25 kHz standard frequencies and 005 time signal (25000 kHz) frequency and time STANDARDS signal (25000 kHz) frequency and time Standards signal the 158.25 005 010 – 25 kHz standard frequency and time signal into space exploration and time preset frequency signal into space exploration and time standard frequency tones 159.25 010-070 fixed mobile 25 kHz except air shipping mobile FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile 070 210 160.25-25 kHz of maritime mobile offshore mobile RR 25-25 161.210 AP17 550 kHz FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile 162.550-25 25 kHz radio radio 670 5.149 5.149 private electronic communications networks-26 100 163.25 670 kHz broadcast broadcast sound broadcast system RR 12 Res, RR. 517 (WRC-97) 164.100-175 26 26 kHz 5,293 sea marine Mobile Mobile 5,293 GMDSS: AP17 26100.5 kHz, RR RR RR AP25, MSI AP15-HF high seas maritime safety information using NBDP channel private electronic communications networks 165.26-27 500 kHz 175 FIXED mobile except air shipping Mobile 6,150 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile PR27/6,150 the CB: 26960-ERC/DEC/27410 kHz (96) 02-HEARTS of 7 March 1996 decision on harmonised radio frequency band to be determined for the CEPT PR 27 radio equipment and technical equipment for the adoption of a standard/DEC/ERC (98) 11-HEARTS of 23 November 1998 decision on harmonised radio frequency band to be determined for the CEPT PR 27 radio equipment and technical equipment for the implementation of the ERC/DEC standard/ERC (98) 16-23 November 1998 decision on bake release from 27 radio equipment PR individual permission to bake T/R 20-09-PR 27 equipment intended for short-range radio 27 MHz the voice bar except channels: 26995, 27045, 27095, 27145 27195 kHz., private electronic communications networks in the SRD: 26995; 27045; 27095; 27145; 27195 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 10 – HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision of 26.995 MHz, MHz, MHz, 27.145 27.045 27.095 MHz and radio will be running 27.195 MHz short-range model of harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use the device model for the management of private electronic communications networks SRD :-27283 26957 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 02-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on 26.957-27.283 MHz band running different applications for short-range devices (Non-specific short range devices) harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use different application SRD private electronic communications networks in the SRD: 26957-27283 kHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 16-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on 26.957-27.283 MHz radio band working small range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use inductive equipment private electronic communications networks in the ISM: 26957-27283-28 166.27,5 kHz MHz meteorological SUPPORT fixed mobile meteorological SUPPORT fixed mobile 167.28-29.7 MHz amateur radio amateur radio satellite amateur radio amateur radio satellite radio stations, amateur radio transmitters radiosport CEPT T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates bake 32. Message HEARTS – novice amateur exam application and novice amateur radio examination certificate No-Bake and bake in the States of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303 "amateur radio station construction, installation and use, as well as amateur radio licence procedures for the" amateur radio service radio channel 168.29.7-30,005 MHz FIXED mobile FIXED mobile PMR CEPT T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination, 29.7-921 MHz band private electronic communications networks 169.-space WORK 30,005 30,01 MHz (satellite recognition) FIXED mobile space research working space (satellite resolution) FIXED mobile space research private electronic communications networks-37.5 MHz FIXED 170.30,01 mobile FIXED mobile PMR: 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band "29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks AS: 30,01-33,2 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band" 29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz band allocated to the range "only for use on national defence.

The as and CS: 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination, 29.7-921 MHz band "frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks in the SRD: 34,995-ERC/DEC/35,225 MHz (01) 11-HEARTS of 12 March 2001 decision on 34.995-35.225 MHz radio band operating in the short-range model harmonized controls of radio frequencies technical parameters and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) in the model of the device control to private electronic communications networks – FIXED 171.37.5 38,25 MHz mobile radio 5.149 FIXED mobile radio PMR: 5.149 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination, 29.7-921 MHz band "frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks AS and CS : 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band "29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks Radiopagarinātāj: 38,100 – 172 – 38,525 MHz. Fixed 38,25 39,986 MHz mobile FIXED mobile PMR: 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band" 29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks AS and CS : 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination, 29.7-921 MHz band "frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks Radiopagarinātāj: 38,100 – 39 – 38,525 MHz MS: ERC/REC/39.2 MHz (00) 04 – harmonized frequencies, the free movement and use of radio equipment, intended for communication using radio waves reflected from the meteorite trail Because using radio waves reflected from the meteorite trail private electronic communications networks, 40.02 173.39.986 MHz mobile FIXED space research FIXED mobile space PMR research: 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band "29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks AS and CS: 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band" 29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks 40.02-174. mobile 40.98 MHz FIXED mobile FIXED-5150 5150 PMR : 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band "29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks AS and CS: 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band" 29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks SRD : – Commission 40,66 40,70 MHz 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/DEC/coordination (01) 03 – HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision of 40,660-40,700 MHz band running different applications for short-range devices (Non-specific short range devices) harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use different application SRD private electronic communications networks SRD : 22 channels 40,660-40,990 ERC/DEC/MHz band (01) 12-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on 40.665 MHz, MHz, and 40.695 40.675 MHz radio frequency 40.685 MHz operating in the short-range model of harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of the individual ERC/REC 70-permissions 03 – about the short-range devices (SRD) use the device model for the management of private electronic communications networks in the ISM 40,66-40.7 MHz. 175:40,98-41,015 MHz FIXED mobile FIXED space research 5.160 5.161 mobile space research PMR: 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band "29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks AS and CS: 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band" 29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range for private electronic communications " networks-41,015 44 176. MHz FIXED mobile fixed mobile PMR 5.160 5.161:33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band "29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks AS and CS: 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band" 29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks 177.44-47 MHz fixed Mobile 5.162 fixed mobile radar of PMR: 33,2-5.162 48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band "29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks AS and CS: 33,2-48.5 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band" 29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communication networks the Radar wind parameters determination : 46-68 MHz private electronic communications networks 178.47-68 MHz broadcast of 5.163 5.164 5.165 5.169 5.171 5.162 broadcasting radar-5.162 fixed 5.163:47-48,5 MHz; 56.5-52 MHz land mobile: 5.163 47-48,5 MHz; 56.5-52 MHz land mobile 5.164:48,5-56.5 MHz land mobile: 66 – 68 MHz the RR 4.4 amateur RR 4.4:50-52 MHz terrestrial analogue television broadcasting system: 48,5-56.5 MHz; 58-66 MHz regional agreement for the European broadcasting area in relation to the use of frequencies in VHF and UHF broadcasting services bands (Stockholm, 1961, revised, Geneva, 2006) analogue television broadcasting further development restricted FM: 66-73 MHz regional agreement for the European broadcasting area in relation to the use of frequencies in VHF and UHF broadcasting services bands (Stockholm, 1961, revised, Geneva, 2006) sound broadcasting further development of limited Radar wind parameters: 46-68 MHz private electronic communications networks Radiopagarinātāj: 47,75-48,4 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination, 29.7-921 MHz band PMR: 33,2-48.5 MHz; 56.5-52 MHz, CEPT T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band "29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications networks AS: 66-69 MHz bake T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band" 29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz band allocated to the range "for use only in national defence AS and CS : 33,2-48.5 MHz; 56.5-52 MHz, CEPT T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination – 921 MHz band "29.7 frequency allocation plan 30-80 MHz range ' private electronic communications network for amateur radio stations: 50-52 MHz, CEPT T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303" amateur radio station building Installing and usage, as well as amateur radio licence arrangements "amateur radio service radio station 179.68-73 MHz FIXED mobile except air shipping Mobile 5.149 5,293 5.176 5.177 5.179 5,293 mobile broadcast, except for air shipping Mobile 5,293 amateur radio 70-70.5 MHz the RR 4.4:5.149 66-73 MHz FM: regional agreement for the European broadcasting area in relation to the use of frequencies in VHF and UHF broadcasting services bands (Stockholm , 1961, revised, Geneva, 2006) sound broadcasting limited further development of PMR: 69-70.5 MHz CEPT T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination, 29.7-921 MHz band ECC/DEC/(06) 06-ECC July 7 2006 decision on the availability of the band 80 MHz, 160 MHz and 400 MHz ranges narrowband digital land mobile PMR/PAMR systems private electronic communications network for amateur radio stations : 70-70.5 MHz CEPT T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio permit bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificates of the Republic of Latvia Cabinet of Ministers of 28 April 2008 a Regulation No 303 "amateur radio station construction, installation and use, as well as amateur radio licence procedures ' private electronic communications networks in the amateur radio service radio stations AS: 66-69 MHz; 70.5 – 74,8 MHz "frequency band allocation plan 30-80 MHz range" bar broken only for use on national defence.

180.73 – 74,8 MHz FIXED mobile except air shipping Mobile 5.149 5,293 5.176 5.177 5.179 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile S-921:74,8 5.149 70.5 MHz "frequency band allocation plan 30-80 MHz range" bar broken only for use on national defence.

181.74,8:75,2 MHz air shipping Radio 5.180 5,759 air shipping radio navigation beacons 5.180 ILS marker 182.75,2 – 76 MHz FIXED mobile except air shipping Mobile 5,293 5.179 5187 FIXED mobile except air shipping mobile PMR CEPT T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination, 29.7-921 MHz band private electronic communications networks e. 87,5 MHz FIXED 183.76-mobile except air shipping Mobile 5,293 5.179 5187 5,293 mobile broadcast, except for air shipping Mobile 5,293 Earth analogue television broadcasting system: 76-100 MHz ITU-R BT. 470-the traditional television systems the regional agreement for the European broadcasting area in relation to the use of frequencies in VHF and UHF broadcasting services bands (Stockholm, 1961, revised, Geneva, 2006) analogue television broadcasting further development limited 184. e. 87,5 – 100 MHz broadcast 5,751 broadcast terrestrial analogue television broadcasting system : 76-100 MHz ITU-R BT. 470-the traditional television systems the regional agreement for the European broadcasting area in relation to the use of frequencies in VHF and UHF broadcasting services bands (Stockholm, 1961, revised, Geneva, 2006) analogue television broadcasting further development restricted FM: e. 87,5-108 MHz regional agreement for 87.5 – 108 MHz band use a FM sound broadcasting (I region, and part of region III) (Geneva , 1984) Analog Sound: 87.5 – 108 broadcasting SRD MHz Commission 9 November 2006 in decision 2006/771/EC on the radio spectrum for use by short-range devices ERC/REC 70-reconciliation 03-about the short-range devices (SRD) use wireless audio applications for private electronic communications networks 185.100-108 MHz FM broadcast: broadcast 5.194 e. 87,5-108 MHz regional agreement for 87.5 – 108 MHz band use a FM sound broadcasting (I region, and part of region III) (Geneva , 1984) Analog Sound: 87.5 – 108 broadcasting SRD ERC/REC 70-03 MHz – about the short-range devices (SRD) use wireless audio applications for private electronic communications network to 186.108-117,975 MHz air shipping Radio 5.197 5.197 air shipping Radio 5.197 ILS, VOR private electronic communications networks 117,975-137 MHz 187. Air shipping mobile (R) 5.111 5200 5.201 5.202 air shipping mobile (R) 5.111 5200 5.201 5.202 GMDSS : 121.5 MHz EPIRB-Aero-SAR, the international channel of the signal transmission of distress and emergency situations. You can also use the mobile service station of the sea with air shipping mobile service stations in exceptional cases. Private electronic communications networks in the GMDSS: Aero-SAR-123.1 MHz in addition to channel 121.5 MHz frequency for communication of distress and emergency situations. You can also use the mobile service station of the sea search and rescue operations. Private electronic communications networks – 188.137 137,025 MHz working SPACE (space-Earth) METEOROLOGICAL satellite (space-Earth) mobile satellite (space-Earth) of 5.209 5.347 expanse 5.208 exploration (space-Earth) Fixed Mobile except air shipping mobile (R) universe WORK 5.204 5.205 5.206 5.208 (space-Earth) METEOROLOGICAL satellite (space-Earth) mobile satellite (space-Earth) of 5.209 5.347 expanse 5.208 exploration (space-Earth) Fixed Mobile except air shipping mobile (R) 5.208 S-PCs 155 Mb/s notes 9. Radiosaskarn RS FX. 060-2PP band 6425-7125 MHz radio system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming bake the recommendation ERC/REC 14-02 Frekvenčdal duplex (FDD) of radio stations step 20 MHz; 40 MHz radio stations forming the duplex 340 MHz transmitter output power under specified standards ≤ 55 dBW e.i.r.p. radio frequency allocation way of determining each individual radio station Radio additional conditions of use data transmission speed 155 Mb/s ≥ 10 RS notes Radiosaskarn FX. 080PP band 7900-7975 8024-8500 MHz MHz radio system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming recommendation CEPT ECC/REC/(02) 06-Frekvenčdal duplex (FDD) radio stations step 1.75 MHz; 3.5 MHz; 7 MHz; 14 MHz; 28 MHz. maximum channel width is 56 MHz radio stations forming the duplex transmitter 310 MHz output power under specified standards ≤ 55 dBW e.i.r.p. radio frequency allocation way of determining each individual radio station for radio use additional conditions not specified in the notes 11. Radiosaskarn RS FX. 100PP band 10-10.15 GHz radio system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP type Analog or digital radio stations programming bake the recommendation ERC/REC 12-05 radio stations step 7 MHz; 14 MHz; 28 MHz duplex separation of radio stations broadcast in one direction or 112 MHz FDD transmitter output power in the event of a radio frequency allocation is defined e.i.r.p. Discovery way each station individually to use radio frequencies to additional conditions not specified in the notes of RS. 12 Radiosaskarn FX 105MP band 10.15-10.3/10.5-GHz radio system 10,65 configuration/use an ellipsis (MP). Also allowed connections of individual PP MP system. Wireless access to the Transmitted signal way digital radio stations programming bake the recommendation ERC/REC 12-05 Frekvenčdal-duplex (FDD) time division duplex (TDD) of radio stations step 1.75 MHz; 3.5 MHz; 7 MHz; 14 MHz; 28 MHz duplex separation of 350 radio stations MHz transmitter output power under specified decisions or recommendations Not specific radio frequency allocation e.i.r.p. how individual radio frequency allocation block of frequencies allocated to radio using limits the additional conditions for Broadcasting frequencies in the case of FDD CR: 10.15-10.3 GHz, TS: 10.5-10,65 GHz. frequencies in One block, the maximum width is 30 MHz. Frequency band 10,18-10,21-0.56 GHz allocated 10,53/only to their radio link the PP decommissioning notes 13. Radiosaskarn RS FX. 103PP band 10.3 – 10.5 GHz radio system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming bake the recommendation ERC/REC 12-05 Frekvenčdal-duplex (FDD) 31.5 MHz radio stations radio stations step of the duplex separation 10.5 MHz transmitter output power 7 dBm e.i.r.p. undetermined radio frequency allocation way of determining each individual radio station for radio use additional conditions not specified in notes 14. Radiosaskarn RS FX. 110PP frequency band 10.7-11.7 GHz radio system configuration/usage of one-way radio sounds IPA and TV signal transmission in Signal Transmission way Analog radio stations programming in ITU-R Recommendation f. 387 40 MHz radio stations radio stations step of the duplex separation is not provided, the transfer is done in one direction, the transmitter output power of 10 dBm e.i.r.p. ≤ 55 dBW radio frequency allocation way of determining each individual radio station for radio use additional conditions not specified in note 15. Radiosaskarn RS FX. 130PP band 12,751-12,975-13,017 13,241 GHz radio/system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming bake the recommendation ERC/REC 12-02 Frekvenčdal-duplex (FDD)

Radio stations step 1.75 MHz; 3.5 MHz; 7 MHz; 14 MHz. maximum channel width is 28 MHz duplex separation of radio stations 266 MHz transmitter output power under specified standards ≤ 55 dBW e.i.r.p. radio frequency allocation way of determining each individual radio station for radio use additional conditions not specified in notes 16. Radiosaskarn RS FX. 150PP frequency band 14.5-15,23-15,35 14.62/GHz radio system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming bake the recommendation ERC/REC 12-07 Frekvenčdal-duplex (FDD) radio stations step 1.75 MHz; 3.5 MHz; 7 MHz; 14 MHz. maximum channel width is 28 MHz duplex separation of radio stations 728 MHz transmitter output power under specified standards radio frequency allocation is defined e.i.r.p. Discovery way each station individually to use radio frequencies to additional conditions not specified in notes 17. Radiosaskarn RS FX. 180PP band 17.7-19.7 GHz radio system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming bake the recommendation ERC/REC 12-03 Frekvenčdal-duplex (FDD) step 7 MHz radio stations; 13.75 MHz; 27.5 MHz; 55 MHz duplex separation of radio stations 1010 MHz transmitter output power under specified standards 17,7 – 19,7 GHz band 18.6-18.8/; ≤ 27 dBm antenna input of the 18.6-18.8 GHz band radio frequency allocation dBW e.i.r.p. ≤ 55 discovery way for each individual radio station for radio use additional conditions not specified in the notes of RS. 18 Radiosaskarn FX 210PP band 21.2-21.4 GHz radio system configuration/usage of one-way radio Transmission in the PP tone, an Analog or digital radio stations programming in ITU-R Recommendation f. 637 annex 2 of 28 radio stations radio stations step of duplex separation MHz, not intended to be When transmission is in one direction, the transmitter output power of radio frequency allocation is defined e.i.r.p. Discovery way each station individually to use radio frequencies to additional conditions not specified in the notes of RS. 19 Radiosaskarn FX 230PP band 22-23-23.6 GHz Radio 22.6/system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming bake the recommendation T/R 13-02 Frekvenčdal duplex (FDD) of radio stations step 3.5 MHz; 7 MHz; 14 MHz; 28 MHz; the maximum channel width is 56 MHz radio stations forming the duplex 1008 MHz transmitter output power ≤ 30 dBm e.i.r.p. is not defined in the entrance feeder RF allocation way of determining each individual radio station for radio use additional conditions not specified in the notes of RS. 20. Radiosaskarn FX 260-1 band-24,717/25,557-25,725 24.5 GHz radio system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming bake the recommendation T/R 13-02 Frekvenčdal duplex (FDD) of radio stations step 7 MHz; 14 MHz; 28 MHz. maximum channel width is 56 MHz radio stations forming the duplex 1008 MHz transmitter output power ≤ 30 dBm e.i.r.p. ≤ 55 feeder inlet radio frequency allocations for the establishment of the dBW way individually for each radio station Radio additional conditions of use data rate > 34 Mb/s notes 21. Radiosaskarn RS FX. 260-2MP band-24,773 25,445 25,781 26,453 GHz radio-/system configuration/use an ellipsis (MP). Also allowed connections of individual PP MP system. Wireless access to the Transmitted signal way digital radio stations programming bake the recommendation T/R 13-02 Frekvenčdal duplex (FDD) Time of the duplex (TDD) radio stations step 3.5 MHz; 7 MHz; 14 MHz; 28 MHz; 56 MHz; 112 MHz radio stations forming the duplex 1008 MHz transmitter output power 35 dBm e.i.r.p. 55 dBW < < how radio frequency allocations for individual radio frequency allocation block of frequencies allocated to radio using limits the additional conditions for Broadcasting frequencies in the case of FDD CR: 25,445 24,773-GHz, TS: 25,781-GHz frequencies one 26,453 block maximum width is 28 MHz notes 22. RS. 280-Radiosaskarn FX band 27,8285 2MP-28,4445/28,9485 – 29,4525 GHz radio system configuration/use an ellipsis (MP). Also allowed connections of individual PP MP system. Wireless access to the Transmitted signal way digital radio stations programming bake the recommendation T/R 13-02 Frekvenčdal duplex (FDD) Time of the duplex (TDD) radio stations step 3.5 MHz; 7 MHz; 14 MHz; 28 MHz; 56 MHz; 112 MHz radio stations forming the duplex 1008 MHz transmitter output power ≤ 35 dBm e.i.r.p. ≤ 55 dBW radio frequency allocation way of determining individual radio frequency allocations allocated frequency block within the radio frequency Transmitting additional conditions for the use of frequencies in the case of FDD CR: 27,9405 – 28,4445 28,9485 – 29,4525 GHz. TS: one block of frequencies, the maximum width is 28 MHz notes 23. Radiosaskarn RS FX. 320-1 band-32,571/32,375 33,187 33,383 GHz radio system-configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming recommendation CEPT ERC/REC (01) 02 Frekvenčdal duplex (FDD) of radio stations step 7 MHz; 14 MHz; 28 MHz. maximum channel width 56 MHz radio stations forming the duplex 812 MHz transmitter output power under specified decisions or recommendations e.i.r.p. under specified decisions or recommendations RF allocation way of determining each individual radio station Radio additional conditions of use notes 24. RS. 320-Radiosaskarn FX 2MP band 31,815-33,159 GHz Radio 32,347/32,627 – system configuration/use an ellipsis (MP). Also allowed connections of individual PP MP system. Wireless access to the Transmitted signal way digital radio stations programming recommendation CEPT ERC/REC (01) 02 Frekvenčdal duplex (FDD) Time of the duplex (TDD) radio stations step 3.5 MHz; 7 MHz; 14 MHz; 28 MHz; 56 MHz radio stations forming the duplex 812 MHz transmitter output power under specified decisions or recommendations e.i.r.p. under specified decisions or recommendations RF allocation way of determination of individual radio frequency allocations allocated frequency block within the radio frequency Transmitting additional conditions for the use of frequencies in the case of FDD CR:-TS: 32,627 31,815 32,347 GHz-GHz. frequencies One 33,159 block maximum width is 28 MHz notes 25. Radiosaskarn RS FX. 380PP band 37-39.5 GHz radio system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming bake recommendation T/R 12-01 Frekvenčdal-duplex (FDD) radio stations step 3.5 MHz; 7 MHz; 14 MHz; 28 MHz. maximum channel width is 56 MHz radio stations forming the duplex 1260 MHz transmitter output power ≤ 30 dBm e.i.r.p. in the feeder input ≤ 50 dBW radio frequency allocation way of determining each individual radio station for radio use additional conditions not specified in notes 26. Radiosaskarn RS FX. 420MP frequency band 40,5-41/42-43.5 GHz radio system configuration/use an ellipsis (MP). Also allowed connections of individual PP MP system. Wireless access to the Transmitted signal way digital radio stations programming recommendation CEPT ECC/REC/(01) 04-Frekvenčdal duplex (FDD) time division duplex (TDD) of the radio stations radio stations of the step is not defined in the isolation 1500 MHz duplex symmetric FDD systems transmitter output power under specified decisions or recommendations e.i.r.p. under specified decisions or recommendations RF allocation way of determination of individual frequencies grants allocated within the limits of the frequency blocks radio frequency Transmitting additional conditions for the use of frequencies in the case of symmetrical FDD CR: 40.5-42 GHz TS: 42 – 43,5 GHz. frequencies in One block, the maximum width is 250 MHz notes 27. Radio interface RS FX. 490PP band-50.2 GHz radio 48.5 system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming Time of duplex (TDD) Frekvenčdal of duplex (FDD) radio stations step 3.5 MHz; 7 MHz; 14 MHz; 28 MHz duplex separation of radio stations 884 MHz transmitter output power under specified decisions or recommendations 55dBW radio frequency allocations e.i.r.p. ≤ Discovery way each station individually to use radio frequencies to additional conditions not specified in notes 28. Radio interface RS FX. 520PP band 51.4 52.6-GHz radio system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming Time of duplex (TDD) Frekvenčdal of duplex (FDD) radio stations step 3.5 MHz; 7 MHz; 14 MHz; 28 MHz; 56 MHz radio stations forming the duplex 616 MHz transmitter output power under specified decisions or recommendations 55 dBW e.i.r.p. ≤ RF allocation way of determining each individual radio station for radio use additional conditions not specified in note 29. Radio interface RS FX. 560PP band 70,11-57 GHz radio system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming bake the recommendation ERC/REC 12-12 a frequency division duplex (FDD) time division duplex (TDD) of radio stations step 14 MHz; 28 MHz; 56 MHz radio stations forming the duplex 616 MHz transmitter output power under specified standards ≤ 55dBW radio frequency allocation e.i.r.p. Discovery way each station individually to use radio frequencies to additional conditions not specified in notes 30. Radio interface RS FX. 740PP band 74-76/84-86 GHz radio system configuration/usage of the Transmitted radio signal the EPP way digital radio stations programming Time of duplex (TDD) Frekvenčdal of duplex (FDD) radio stations step 250 MHz x n (n = 1 , 2, 3, …, 7 radio stations forming a duplex) transfers in one direction, or 10 GHz FDD case transmitter output power under specified decisions or recommendations 55dBW radio frequency allocations e.i.r.p. ≤ Discovery way for each individual radio station Radio additional conditions of use permitted to combine multiple adjacent radio stations. Unwanted emission mask according to CEPT recommendation ECC/REC/(05) 07 Annex No 6 notes 31. Radiosaskarn RS. 150 for the LMS band 146,0000-146,8000 MHz; 154,5000 – 154,6500 MHz; 160,9750 – 161,4750 MHz; 162,0500 – 162,6000 MHz; 165,2000 – 165,2250 MHz signal Transmitted in the way digital or analog radio stations programming bake the recommendation T/R 25-08; a simplex radio stations step 12.5 kHz; 25 kHz transmitter output power ≤ 14 dBW e.r.p. is not determined by the radio stations forming duplex Simplex radio communications radio frequency allocation way of determining individual radio frequency allocations for radio frequency uses additional conditions not specified in notes 32. RS LM Radiosaskarn. 150 d-band 146,8000-149,9000 MHz; 151,4000 – 154,5000 MHz; 150,0500 – 151,4000 MHz; 154,6500 – 156,0000 MHz; 158,0000 – 160,6000 MHz; 162,6000 – 165,2000 MHz; 165,2250 – 169,4000 MHz; 169,8250 – 174,0000 MHz signal Transmitted in the way digital or analog radio stations programming bake the recommendation T/R 25-08; frekvenčdal-duplex radio stations step 12.5 kHz; 25 kHz transmitter output power ≤ 14 dBW e.r.p. is defined for the separation of duplex radio stations 4.6 MHz radio frequency allocation way of determining individual radio frequency allocations for radio frequency uses additional conditions when transmitting frequency: 146,8000 – 149,9000 MHz: ML1; FB1:151,4000 – 154,5000 MHz; Ml2:151,4000 MHz 150,0500-; 154,6500-156,0000 FB2: MHz; ML3 158.0000 – 160.6000 MHz:; FB3:162,6000 – 165,2000 MHz; 165,2250 – 169,4000 MHz; ML4: FB4:169,8250 – 174,0000 MHz Note 33. RS LM Radiosaskarn. 408 band 406,1000-410,0000 MHz signal Transmitted in the way digital or analog radio stations programming bake the recommendation T/R 25-08; a simplex radio stations step 12.5 kHz; 25 kHz transmitter output power ≤ 14 dBW e.r.p. is not determined by the radio stations forming duplex Simplex radio communications radio frequency allocation way of determining individual radio frequency allocations for radio frequency uses additional conditions not specified in notes 34. RS LM Radiosaskarn. 420 band 410,0000-430,0000 MHz signal Transmitted in the way digital or analog radio stations programming bake the recommendation T/R 25-08; frekvenčdal-duplex radio stations step 12.5 kHz; 25 kHz transmitter output power ≤ 14 dBW e.r.p. is defined for the separation of duplex radio stations 10 MHz radio frequency allocation way of determining individual radio frequency allocations for radio frequency uses additional conditions when transmitting frequency: 420,0000 MHz 410,0000 ML:-; FB: 420,0000 – 430,0000 MHz note 35. RS LM Radiosaskarn. 445 frequency bands 440,0000 MHz Transmitted signal 450,0000-way digital or analog radio stations programming bake the recommendation T/R 25-08; a simplex radio stations step 12.5 kHz; 25 kHz transmitter output power ≤ 14 dBW e.r.p. is not determined by the radio stations forming duplex Simplex radio communications radio frequency allocation way of determining individual radio frequency allocations for radio frequency uses additional conditions not specified in notes-446,1 MHz band 446 for PMR 446, 446,1 – 446,2 MHz — digital PMR 446 use private electronic communications networks with different RF allocation usage parameters, as defined in this interface RS LM Radiosaskarn. 36. Frequency bands 450-MHz 457,5000 450,0000; 460,0000 – 467,5000 MHz signal Transmitted in the way digital radio stations programming bake the recommendation T/R 25-08; frekvenčdal-duplex radio stations step 200 kHz; 1.25 MHz transmitter output power ≤ 14 dBW e.r.p. ≤ 26 radio stations the dBW duplex separation 10 MHz radio frequency allocation way of determining individual radio frequency allocations for radio frequency uses additional conditions of step: 200 kHz radio stations transmitting frequency: 457.5000 MHz 450.10000-ML; FB: 460.1000 – 467.5000 MHz; step: 1.25 MHz radio stations channel centre frequency 451.1250 MHz/broadcasting ML1: FB1:461.1250 MHz; Ml2:452.3750 MHz/FB2:462.3750 MHz; ML3:453.9750 MHz/463.9750 MHz FB3:; ML4:455.2250 MHz/FB4:465.2250 MHz; ML5:456.4750 MHz/466.4750 MHz. FB5: minimum protection zone between the system that uses 200 kHz and MHz channel step: 1.25 200 kHz notes 37. Radiosaskarn RS. 450 LM-1 frequency band 457,5125-457,5875 MHz; 467,5125 – 467,5875 MHz signal Transmitted in the way digital or analog radio stations programming IT for a recommendation m. 1174-1, recommendation CEPT T/R 32-02; Simplex or duplex (FDD) of frekvenčdal radio stations step 12.5 kHz; 25 kHz transmitter output power ≤ 3 dBW e.r.p. is defined by the separation of duplex radio stations 10 MHz radio frequency allocation way of determining individual radio frequency allocations for radio frequency uses additional conditions when transmitting frequency: 457,5125 FDD – FB – 457,5875 MHz; Ml: 467,5125 – 467,5875 MHz Note Due on RS LM Radiosaskarn. 38.450-2 band 457,5875-458,1125 MHz; 467,5875 – 468,1125 MHz signal Transmitted in the way digital or analog radio stations programming bake recommendations T/R 22-01, T/R 25-08; frekvenčdal-duplex radio stations step 12.5 kHz; 25 kHz transmitter output power ≤ 14 dBW e.r.p. is defined for the separation of duplex radio stations 10 MHz radio frequency allocation way of determining individual radio frequency allocations for radio frequency uses additional conditions when transmitting frequency: 458,1125 MHz 457,5875 ML:-; FB: 467,5875 – 468,1125 MHz note private electronic communication networks railway communications 39. Radiosaskarn RS. 450 LM-3 band 458,1125-460,0000 MHz; 468,1125 – 470,0000 MHz signal Transmitted in the way digital or analog radio stations programming bake the recommendation T/R 25-08; frekvenčdal-duplex radio stations step 12.5 kHz; 25 kHz transmitter output power ≤ 14 dBW e.r.p. is defined for the separation of duplex radio stations 10 MHz radio frequency allocation way of determining individual radio frequency allocations for radio frequency uses additional conditions when transmitting frequency: 459,8000 MHz 458,1125 ML:-;  FB: 468,1125 – 469,8000 MHz. the minimum established between narrowband systems and systems that use the 200 kHz channel step FB/ML, 300 of the frequency saskarjosl kHz notes are traffic Minister k. Gerhard annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 October 2009. Regulations No 1151 shared radio frequency allocation permissions I. Radio equipment group 1. GSM and UMTS/IMT-2000 standard public mobile radio communication system GSM-R 2 Terminal railway radio communication system, Mobile Terminal 3. Public digital mobile radio communication system Terminal that drives the system's base station or operating internationally in the DMO or AGA channels 4. Public electronic communications network, wireless access system for radio equipment that runs the system central station 5. Dect radio equipment which is not intended for public access services 6. PR 27 and CB radio equipment PMR 446 and 7 digital PMR 446 radio equipment for communications or communications staff private electronic communications networks 8. Short-range devices (SRD) national radio frequency plan included in the SRD in detail conditions of use ERC/REC 70-definitely 03 up-to-date version 8.1 of short-range devices in different applications (not specific to SRD) 8.2. monitoring a property tracking and meter reading 8.3. Broadband data transmission system to railway uses 8.5 8.4. road transport and traffic telematics (the R% AMP% TTE) 8.6. Radionoteikšan uses of 8.7. Alarms Management Model 8.8.8.9. Inductive equipment 8.10. Radiomikrofon and hearing assistive devices for identification of 8.11. Radio (RFID) 8.12. Wireless applications in healthcare 8.13. Wireless audio applications 9. Space Communications Radio equipment 9.1. Satellite communications system, Inmarsat B , C, D, M, M4; EMS MSS ARE; EMS PROD; SpaceChecker S-SMS and mobile terminal in Thuraya, VSAT satellite communications IC to 9.2. EUTELTRAC system of ARCANE and OMNITRAC satellite communications Terminal 9.3. you sit and IC VS. a satellite communications Terminal 9.4. Satellite personal communications systems (S-PCs) Terminal 10. Automotive short-range radar (SRR) 11. Ultra-Wideband (UWB) equipment 12. Intelligent transport system (its) equipment II. Technical requirements for the use of the frequency bands, the conditions and restrictions 1. GSM and UMTS/IMT-2000 standard public mobile radio communication system Terminal 1.1. Technical requirements for the frequency bands 880-915 MHz notes/925-960 MHz GSM, UMTS/IMT-2000 1710-1785 MHz/1805-1880 MHz GSM, UMTS/IMT-2000 1900-2025 MHz and 2110-2200 MHz UMTS/IMT-2000 terrestrial and satellite mobile communications Terminal 2. Railway communication system GSM-R mobile terminal equipment technical requirements 2.1 the band channels the use conditions, 876-880 MHz limits/921-925 MHz channel network with 200 kHz step; 880 MHz/925 MHz channel is to be used as the Strip 876.0125 MHz; 876.0250 MHz; 876.0375 MHz; 876.0500 MHz; 876.0625 MHz GSM-R DMO; the maximum channel width 12.5 kHz 3. Public digital mobile radio system of terminal equipment that runs the system base station or operating internationally in the DMO or AGA channels 3.1. Technical requirements for the frequency bands 380-385/notes 390-395 MHz emergency services TETRA-380 380,15 MHz emergency services Tetra DMO 384,75-385/394,75-395 MHz emergency services Tetra AGA 457,5 MHz/450-460-467,5 MHz broadband digital system with 200 KHz or MHz radio stations step 1.25 458,1125-460-470 MHz/468,1125 MHz
Narrowband digital system with 25 kHz channel step up to 870-876 MHz/915-921 MHz wideband digital system with 200 KHz or MHz radio stations step 4 1.25. Public electronic communications network, wireless access system for radio equipment that runs the system central station 4.1. Technical requirements for the frequency band width of maximum channel maximum e.i.r.p.

1427-1452 MHz and 1492-1517 MHz, 2 MHz-3600 MHz, 14 MHz 3410 Place outdoors 50 dBm/MHz for space-42 dBm/Prescriptions MHz 25 dBm for prescriptions for Mobile/3600-3800 MHz, 14 MHz MHz-10150 10300/10500-10650 MHz 30 MHz for MHz MHz/25781-24773-25445 26453 MHz 27940,5-28444,5 MHz is fixed/28948,5 – 29452,5 MHz is not defined-32627-31815 32347 MHz/33159 MHz is not specified in the 42,000 42,000-40579-43500 MHz MHz/not specified 5.  DECT radio equipment not provided for public access to technical requirements 5.1 band channels maximum effective radiated power limits the use conditions, 1880-1900 MHz 250 mW e.i.r.p., except public DECT access to used fixed parts; the maximum width of the 1.728 MHz channel 5.2. Common conditions of use, restrictions, built-in Antenna (without external antenna connection socket) or a particular set ta. DECT radio external antenna gain coefficient of maximum 12 dB. The transmitter power is not allowed the use of the amplifier. 6. PR 27 and CB radio equipment technical requirements 6.1 6.1.1. modulation type frequencies or phase modulation (PR 27), frek venc or amplitude modulation, including amplitude modulation with one sidebar (CB); 6.1.2. the maximum effective radiated power of 27 Watts, 4-PR e.r.p. CB 4 W e.r.p. (FM), CBA (AM with two sidebars) 1 W e.r.p. power of the media, the CBA (AM with one sidebar) 4 W e.r.p. power of endings; 6.1.3. maximum channel width – 10 kHz channel no frequency, MHz channel no frequency, MHz channel no frequency, MHz 1 15 29 2 26.975 26.965 27.135 27.295 16 30 17 27.155 27.305 26.985 27.165 27.315 4 3 31 18 32 5 27.015 27.005 27.175 27.325 19 6 20 33 27.185 27.335 27.025 27.205 27.345 27.035 35 34 7 8 22 21 27.215 27.355 27.055 27.225 9 23 37 36 27.365 27.065 27.255 27.375 10 24 38 11 27.075 27.235 27.385 27.085
25 12 26 39 27.245 27.395 27.105 27.265 27.405 27.115 27 13 40 14 28 27.285 27.275 27.125 6.2. Conditions of use, restrictions on use of the equipment is not allowed in the aircraft. External antenna gain coefficient is maximum 3 farmers. The transmitter power is not allowed the use of the amplifier. 7. The PMR 446 PMR 446 radio equipment and digital communications or communications staff private electronic communications networks technical requirements 7.1 band channels maximum effective radiated power of channel width, conditions of use, restrictions on 446.00625 MHz; 446.01875 MHz; 446.03125 MHz; 446.04375 MHz; 446.05625 MHz; 446.06875 MHz; 446.08125 MHz; 12.5 kHz 446.09375 MHz, 500 mW of Transmitted signal type – 446.1 MHz-446.2 MHz analog 500 mW or 12.5 kHz 6.25 kHz signal Transmitted in digital form – 7.2. Common conditions of use, restrictions, built-in Antenna (without external antenna connection socket) or specifically. The transmitter power is not allowed the use of the amplifier. 8. The short-range devices (SRD) national radio frequency plan included in the SRD in detail conditions of use ERC/REC 70-definitely 03 up-to-date version. Frequency bands for the radio channel network to step in, the first and last channel central frequency is located pussoļ away from the cut-off frequency of the bar 8.1. Short-range devices for different applications (not specific to SRD) 8.1.1. Technical requirements for the frequency band peak power/magnetic field intensity operating cycle conditions (a), 6765 kHz 42 dB µA/m 6795 10 m (b)-42 dB 13553 13567 kHz 10 µA/m m c-42 dB µA 26957 27283 kHz/m at a distance of 10 m or 10 e.r.p. MW ERC/DEC/(01) 02 d-40.700 MHz 10 mW e.r.p. 40.660 ERC/DEC/(01) 433.050-434.790 MHz f 03 10 mW e.r.p. 10% ECC/DEC/(04) 02 433,050-434,790 MHz f1 1 mW e.r.p. maximum power density of broadband channel of radio equipment-13 dBm/ECC/DEC/10 kHz (04) 02 434,040 – 434,790 MHz e.r.p. f2 10 mW maximum width of 25 kHz channel ECC/DEC/(06) 863-870 MHz e.r.p. 02 g 25 mW ≤ 0 .1% channel step or LB ≤ 100 kHz if is 47 or more channel FHSS modulation power density 25 mW e.r.p.-4.5/100 kHz ≤ 0.1% dBm or LB a DSSS and other broadband modulation types, different from a 25 mW e.r.p. ≤ 0.1 FHS% or LB channel step 100 kHz ≤ if there are one or more channels. Narrowband/broadband 868,000 – 868,600 MHz in modulation of g1 25 mW e.r.p. ≤ 1% or LB a narrowband/broadband modulation. ERC/DEC/(01) 868,700 – 869,200 04 g2 MHz ≤ 0.1% or 25 mW e.r.p. LB the ERC/DEC/(01) 04 g3 500 mW e.r.p. 869,400 – 869,650 MHz ≤ 10% or LB a narrowband/broadband modulation. All bar can be used as one channel broadband data transmission ERC/DEC/(01) 04 869,700 – 870,000 MHz g4 5 mW e.r.p. to 100% modulation narrowband/broadband ERC/DEC/(01) 2400-2483.5 MHz e.i.r.p. 04 h 10 mW e.i.r.p. 5725-5875 MHz 25 i mW/ERC/DEC (01) 06 j-100 mW e.i.r.p. 24.00 24.25 GHz 61.0-61.5 GHz k 100 mW e.i.r.p. l 122-123 GHz 100 mW e.i.r.p. m 244-246 GHz 100 mW e.i.r.p. 8.1.2. Common conditions of this annex, the limits referred to in paragraph 8.1.1. frequency bands and the conditions for their use, as well as informational data are recommended mainly for telemetry, remote control general data and other similar uses. Video signal transmission allowed just frequency bands over 2.4 GHz.   8.2. monitoring, property tracking and meter reading 8.2.1. Technical requirements for the frequency band peak power/magnetic field intensity operating cycle conditions (a) 457 kHz 7 dB µA/m 10 m

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