Hong Kong Table of Frequency Allocations. January 2016 Office of the Communications Authority

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1 Hong Kong Table of Frequency Allocations January 2016 Office of the Communications Authority

2 Preface This handbook contains the table of frequency allocations in accordance with the Region 3 allocations under the Radio Regulations which are applicable to Hong Kong, the allocations which have been adopted by Hong Kong, as well as the band plans in use in Hong Kong. This publication is intended to provide a handy reference for spectrum management, radiocommunication systems design, and other related areas of applications. This handbook can be downloaded direct from the Office of the Communications Authority s Internet homepage at For further information, please contact the Spectrum Planning Section 1 of the Office of the Communications Authority at the following address: 29/F, Wu Chung House, 213 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong Telephone No.: Fax No.:

3 How to use this handbook The information is given in table form. The "REGION 3 ALLOCATION" column gives the overview of allocations in Region 3 on the basis of the Radio Regulations published by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) incorporated with revisions in accordance with the Final Acts of all relevant World Radiocommunication Conferences, including the WRC-12. For details of the frequency allocations in Region 3, reference should be made to the Article 5 of the Radio Regulations. Allocations which have been changed by WRC-12 are marked by an asterisk "*". Allocations before and after the revision are given in Annex I. The Communications Authority recognises the public interest in channel arrangements for fixed services and therefore intends to provide the information as far as possible. Fixed service marked by an "#" indicates that its channel arrangement is available in Annex II. The table presentation is in line with the Radio Regulations. Where, in a box of the table in the "REGION 3 ALLOCATION" or "HONG KONG ALLOCATION" column, a band is indicated as allocated to more than one service, such services are listed in the following order : a. services the names of which are printed in "capitals" (example : ) : these are called "primary" services; b. services the name of which are printed in "normal characters" (example: Mobile); these are called "secondary" services. Additional remarks are printed in normal characters (example : Mobile except aeronautical mobile). Stations of a secondary service shall not cause harmful interference to stations of primary services and cannot claim protection from harmful interference from stations of primary services. The "HONG KONG ALLOCATION" column shows the allocations which have been adopted by Hong Kong. The "BAND PLAN AND EXISTING UTILISATION" column is intended to provide more details of existing band plan and utilisation as well as other available technical information. The "" column shows the availability and utilisation status. Supplementary information is given at the bottom of the page.

4 Hong Kong Table of Frequency Allocations

5 Legend of the Remarks Legend A B C D E F Description All radio emissions in this band are prohibited according to the Radio Regulations of the International Telecommunication Union. OFCA will not assign any frequency channels. Frequency channels in this band can be re-used at different geographical locations or share-used by different users at the same geographical location. If vacant channels are available, the figure given in the corresponding remarks column indicates the percentage of the number of channels that are vacant. OFCA can assign the assigned frequency channels or vacant channels to new users. The frequency channels in this band are reserved for Government use only. OFCA will not assign any frequency channels for non-government services. No vacant channel in this band is available for broadcasting services with a territory-wide coverage. Frequency channels are assigned to licensed operators only. Subject to technical feasibility study, frequency channels may be made available for improving the coverage of broadcasting services. There is no vacant channel in this band. Further assignment of frequency channels cannot be made. Some frequency channels in this band have been assigned on a temporary basis. Vacant channels may not be enough to meet the anticipated demand. The figure given in the corresponding remarks column indicates the percentage of the number of channels that are vacant.

6 Legend G H I J K L Description Frequency channels in this band can be re-used at different locations. Further assignments can be made on a case by case basis. There is one vacant localised channel for broadcasting services in this band. The localised channel is limited to provide coverage at Shek Kong. Frequency channels are only assigned to licensed operators. This band is not yet allocated to any services for the time being. Any interested user may raise a request to OFCA. The frequency channels in this band are share-used by all users under the exemption orders or class licences. All frequency channels in this band are vacant. OFCA can assign the vacant channels to new users. The use of this band is shared by broadcasters worldwide. Frequency channels in this band are assigned to licensed broadcasters only, subject to frequency coordination with other jurisdictions according to the procedures in Article 12 of the Radio Regulations of the International Telecommunication Union.

7 khz 3-90 * BELOW (Not allocated) TO BE PLANNED (a) Telecommunications Apparatus [1] (a) See note "J" * METEOROLOGICAL AIDS * METEOROLOGICAL AIDS (a) Radionavigation (a) See note "C" (b) Telecommunications Apparatus [1] (b) See note "J" * MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "K" MARITIME (b) Telecommunications Apparatus [1] (b) See note "J" STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME (a) Standard Frequency and Time Signal (SFT) (a) See note "K" SIGNAL (20 khz) SIGNAL (SFT) (b) Telecommunications Apparatus [1] (b) See note "J" MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "K" MARITIME (b) Telecommunications Apparatus [1] (b) See note "J" (a) Radionavigation (a) See note "C" Fixed (b) Telecommunications Apparatus [1] (b) See note "J" Maritime mobile MARITIME Fixed Maritime mobile MARITIME [1] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) (Exemption from Licensing) Order. 1

8 khz (a) Radionavigation (a) See note "C" Fixed (b) Telecommunications Apparatus [1] (b) See note "J" MARITIME Fixed Maritime mobile MARITIME Fixed Maritime mobile MARITIME [1] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) (Exemption from Licensing) Order. 2

9 khz TO BE PLANNED (a) Telecommunications Apparatus [1] (a) See note "J" MARITIME MARITIME Amateur MARITIME Aeronautical radionavigation AERONAUTICAL AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Radionavigation (a) See note "C" (b) Telecommunications Apparatus [1] (b) See note "J" (a) Aeronautical Radionavigation (a) See note "C" AERONAUTICAL Aeronautical mobile [1] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) (Exemption from Licensing) Order. 3

10 khz AERONAUTICAL MARITIME (a) Maritime Radionavigation (a) See note "C" MARITIME (radiobeacons) AERONAUTICAL MARITIME (radiobeacons) AERONAUTICAL AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Radionavigation (a) See note "C" Aeronautical mobile Aeronautical mobile 4

11 khz * MARITIME MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) 93% of the frequency Aeronautical radionavigation channels in the band are vacant. * MARITIME Amateur Aeronautical radionavigation * MARITIME Aeronautical radionavigation * MARITIME MARITIME AERONAUTICAL Aeronautical mobile Land mobile BROADCASTING BROADCASTING (a) Broadcasting (a) See note "H" Mobile BROADCASTING 5

12 khz LAND (a) Radiolocation (a) See note "B" RADIOLOCATION (b) Telecommunications Apparatus (b) See note "J" RADIOLOCATION khz [1] AMATEUR AMATEUR (a) Amateur (a) See note "B" (b) Radionavigation (b) See note "C" except aeronautical mobile Radiolocation [1] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) (Exemption from Licensing) Order. 6

13 khz MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) 75% of the frequency channels in the band are vacant MARITIME MARITIME (distress and calling) MARITIME BROADCASTING 7

14 khz STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME (a) Standard Frequency and Time Signal (SFT) (a) See note "K" SIGNAL (2500 khz) SIGNAL (SFT) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space research STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "K" 8

15 khz AERONAUTICAL (R) AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Mobile (a) See note "B" AERONAUTICAL (OR) except aeronautical mobile (R) (a) Fixed (a) 67% of the frequency except aeronautical mobile (R) channels in the band are BROADCASTING vacant except aeronautical mobile BROADCASTING 9

16 khz AERONAUTICAL (R) AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Mobile (a) See note "B" AMATEUR AMATEUR (a) Amateur (a) See note "B" MARITIME (b) Maritime Mobile (b) 47% of the frequency channels in the band are vacant AERONAUTICAL AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Mobile (a) See note "B" BROADCASTING See note "I" TO BE PLANNED BROADCASTING 10

17 khz (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "B" MARITIME MARITIME MARITIME MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "B" * (a) Fixed (a) 80% of the frequency except aeronautical mobile channels in the band are Radiolocation vacant. * except aeronautical mobile 11

18 khz AERONAUTICAL (R) AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Mobile (a) See note "B" AERONAUTICAL (OR) (a) Fixed (a) 38% of the frequency BROADCASTING channels in the band are Land mobile vacant LAND BROADCASTING STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME (a) Standard Frequency and Time Signal (SFT) (a) See note "K" SIGNAL (5000 khz) SIGNAL (SFT) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space research 12

19 khz (a) Fixed (a) 68% of the frequency BROADCASTING channels in the band are vacant Mobile except aeronautical mobile * except aeronautical mobile Radiolocation * except aeronautical mobile AERONAUTICAL (OR) LAND 13

20 khz AERONAUTICAL (R) AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Mobile (a) See note "B" AERONAUTICAL (OR) (a) Fixed (a) 45% of the frequency Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) channels in the band are vacant BROADCASTING [1] BROADCASTING BROADCASTING (a) Broadcasting (a) See note "L" MARITIME MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "B" AERONAUTICAL (R) AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Mobile (a) See note "B" AERONAUTICAL (OR) [1] The band khz may be used by stations in the fixed service and the mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) service, communicating only within the boundary of the country in which they are located. 14

21 khz INDUSTRIAL, SCIENTIFIC AND (a) Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) Equipment (a) See note "B" except aeronautical mobile (R) MEDICAL (ISM) [1] (a) Fixed (a) 26% of the frequency channels in the band are vacant (a)&(b) See note "B" AMATEUR AMATEUR (a) Amateur AMATEUR-SATELLITE AMATEUR-SATELLITE (b) Amateur-Satellite AMATEUR AMATEUR (a) Amateur (a) See note "B" BROADCASTING BROADCASTING (a) Broadcasting (a) See note "L" [1] The band khz is designated for industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) applications. 15

22 khz BROADCASTING (a) Fixed (a) 70% of the frequency [1] channels in the band are vacant except aeronautical mobile (R) MARITIME MARITIME MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "B" AERONAUTICAL (R) AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Mobile (a) See note "B" AERONAUTICAL (OR) * (a) Fixed (a) 88% of the frequency * channels in the band are vacant. Radiolocation * BROADCASTING [2] BROADCASTING BROADCASTING (a) Broadcasting (a) See note "L" (a) Fixed (a) 94% of the frequency vacant. [1] The band khz may be used by stations in the fixed service and in the land mobile [2] The band khz may be used by stations in the fixed service, communicating only service, communicating only within the boundary of the country in which they are located. within the boundary of the country in which they are located. 16

23 khz STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME (a) Standard Frequency and Time Signal (SFT) (a) See note "K" SIGNAL ( khz) SIGNAL (SFT) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space research AERONAUTICAL (R) AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Mobile (a) See note "B" (a) Fixed (a) 90% of the frequency Amateur Amateur channels in the band are vacant. (b) Amateur (b) See note "B" (a) Fixed (a) 75% of the frequency Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) channels in the band are vacant. 17

24 khz AERONAUTICAL (OR) AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Mobile (a) See note "B" AERONAUTICAL (R) (a) Fixed (a) 98% of the frequency channels in the band are vacant BROADCASTING [1] BROADCASTING BROADCASTING (a) Broadcasting (a) See note "L" BROADCASTING (a) Fixed (a) 94% of the frequency [1] channels in the band are vacant MARITIME MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "B" [1] The band khz and khz may be used by stations in the fixed service, communicating only within the boundary of the country in which they are located. 18

25 khz AERONAUTICAL (OR) AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Mobile (a) See note "B" AERONAUTICAL (R) (a) Fixed (a) 95% of the frequency RADIO ASTRONOMY channels in the band are * vacant Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) INDUSTRIAL, SCIENTIFIC AND (a) Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) Equipment (a) See note "B" [1] MEDICAL (ISM) (b) Telecommunications Apparatus [3] (b) See note "J" * Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) Radiolocation [1] * Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) [1] (a) Fixed (a) 84% of the frequency BROADCASTING channels in the band are [2] vacant BROADCASTING BROADCASTING (a) Broadcasting (a) See note "L" BROADCASTING (a) Fixed (a) 97% of the frequency [2] channels in the band are vacant Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) (a)&(b) See note "B" AMATEUR AMATEUR (a) Amateur AMATEUR-SATELLITE AMATEUR-SATELLITE (b) Amateur-Satellite [1] The band khz (centre frequency khz) is also designated for industrial, [2] The bands khz and khz may be used by stations in the fixed service and in the mobile scientific and medical (ISM) applications. Radiocommunications services operating within except aeronautical mobile (R), communicating only within the boundary of the country in which they are located. this band must accept harmful interference which may be caused by these applications. [3] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) (Exemption from Licensing) Order. 19

26 khz AMATEUR AMATEUR (a) Amateur (a) See note "B" (a) Fixed (a) 93% of the frequency Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) channels in the band are vacant STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME (a) Standard Frequency and Time Signal (SFT) (a) See note "K" SIGNAL ( khz) SIGNAL (SFT) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space research AERONAUTICAL (OR) AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Mobile (a) See note "B" BROADCASTING BROADCASTING (a) Broadcasting (a) See note "L" BROADCASTING (a) Fixed (a) 53% of the frequency [1] channels in the band are vacant. * * Radiolocation * MARITIME MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "B" [1] The band khz may be used by stations in the fixed service, communicating only within the boundary of the country in which they are located. 20

27 khz (a) Fixed (a) 96% of the frequency channels in the band are vacant. BROADCASTING [1] BROADCASTING BROADCASTING (a) Broadcasting (a) See note "L" AERONAUTICAL (R) AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Mobile (a) See note "B" AERONAUTICAL (OR) (a) Fixed (a) 86% of the frequency channels in the band are vacant. Space research (a)&(b) See note "B" AMATEUR AMATEUR (a) Amateur AMATEUR-SATELLITE AMATEUR-SATELLITE (b) Amateur-Satellite (a) Fixed (a) 78% of the frequency Mobile except aeronautical mobile channels in the band are vacant MARITIME MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "B" [1] The band khz may be used by stations in the fixed service, communicating only within the boundary of the country in which they are located. 21

28 khz BROADCASTING (a) Fixed (a) 98% of the frequency [1] channels in the band are vacant MARITIME MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "B" (a) Fixed (a) 97% of the frequency channels in the band are vacant STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME (a) Standard Frequency and Time Signal (SFT) (a) See note "K" SIGNAL SIGNAL (SFT) Space research STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL ( khz) (a) Fixed (a) 78% of the frequency Mobile channels in the band are vacant (a)&(b) See note "B" AMATEUR AMATEUR (a) Amateur AMATEUR-SATELLITE AMATEUR-SATELLITE (b) Amateur-Satellite BROADCASTING BROADCASTING (a) Broadcasting (a) See note "L" See note "K" [1] The band khz may be used by stations in the fixed service, communicating only within the boundary of the country in which they are located. 22

29 khz AERONAUTICAL (R) AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Mobile (a) See note "B" MARITIME MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "B" (a) Fixed (a) 78% of the frequency channels in the band are vacant Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) See note "I" TO BE PLANNED AERONAUTICAL (OR) 23

30 khz (a) Fixed (a) 80% of the frequency except aeronautical mobile channels in the band are vacant. * LAND * LAND Radiolocation * LAND (a)&(b) See note "B" AMATEUR AMATEUR (a) Amateur AMATEUR-SATELLITE AMATEUR-SATELLITE (b) Amateur-Satellite STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME (a) Standard Frequency and Time Signal (SFT) (a) See note "K" SIGNAL ( khz) SIGNAL (SFT) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space research See note "K" except aeronautical mobile 24

31 khz MARITIME MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "B" See note "K" except aeronautical mobile RADIO ASTRONOMY RADIO ASTRONOMY (a) Radio Astronomy (a) See note "B" BROADCASTING BROADCASTING (a) Broadcasting (a) See note "L" MARITIME MARITIME (a) Maritime Mobile (a) See note "B" 25

32 khz * (a) Fixed (a) 85% of the frequency except aeronautical mobile channels in the band are vacant. * except aeronautical mobile Radiolocation * except aeronautical mobile INDUSTRIAL, SCIENTIFIC AND (a) Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) Equipment (a) See note "B" [1] MEDICAL (ISM) (b) Telecommunications Apparatus (b) See note "J" except aeronautical mobile khz [2] (c) Citizens Band Radio (c) See note "J" khz (a) Citizens Band Radio (a) See note "J" except aeronautical mobile khz See note "I" METEOROLOGICAL AIDS TO BE PLANNED (a)&(b) See note "B" AMATEUR AMATEUR (a) Amateur AMATEUR-SATELLITE AMATEUR-SATELLITE (b) Amateur-Satellite [1] The band khz (centre frequency khz) is also designated for industrial, [2] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) scientific and medical (ISM) applications. Radiocommunications services operating within (Exemption from Licensing) Order. this band must accept harmful interference which may be caused by these applications. 26

33 MHz See note "K" SPACE OPERATION (a) Satellite Identification (a) See note "B" (satellite identification) SPACE RESEARCH See note "K" LAND (a) Mobile Radio Systems (Low power) (a) 75% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 5W erp maximum (b) Demonstration frequency (b) See note "B" MHz 25 khz channel spacing 25W erp maximum (a) On-site paging (a) 45% of the frequency 25 khz channel spacing channels in the band are 5W erp maximum vacant. 27

34 MHz (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 57% of the frequency LAND Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (b) Wireless microphone frequencies (b) See note "B" MHz 20mW erp maximum MHz 20mW erp maximum 50 khz channel spacing (c) Telecommunications Apparatus (c) See note "J" MHz, MHz, MHz, MHz [1] LAND (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) See note "K" Single-frequency simplex 12.5 khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum (b) Wireless microphone frequencies (b) See note "B" MHz 20 mw erp maximum MHz 20 mw erp maximum MHz 20 mw erp maximum (c) Telecommunications Apparatus (c) See note "J" MHz, MHz, MHz, MHz [1] (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) See note "K" LAND Single-frequency simplex 12.5 khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum (b) Wireless microphone frequencies (b) See note "B" MHz 20 mw erp maximum (c) Telecommunications Apparatus (c) See note "J" MHz [1] [1] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) (Exemption from Licensing) Order. 28

35 MHz (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 89% of the frequency LAND Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are Radio astronomy 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. * W erp maximum * RADIOLOCATION * RADIOLOCATION Space research * Space research INDUSTRIAL, SCIENTIFIC AND (a) Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) Equipment (a) See note "B" [1] MEDICAL (ISM) (b) Telecommunications Apparatus [2] (b) See note "J" (c) Wireless microphone frequency (c) See note "B" MHz 20 mw erp maximum (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 98% of the frequency LAND Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. Space research 25 W erp maximum (b) Wireless microphone frequencies (b) See note "B" MHz 20mW erp maximum MHz 20mW erp maximum (c) Telecommunications Apparatus (c) See note "J" MHz, MHz, MHz [2] (d) Cordless helmet communication frequency (d) See note "B" MHz [1] The band MHz (centre frequency MHz) is also designated for industrial, [2] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) scientific and medical (ISM) applications. Radiocommunications services operating within (Exemption from Licensing) Order. this band must accept harmful interference which may be caused by these applications. 29

36 MHz LAND (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 70% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (b) Telecommunications Apparatus (b) See note "J" MHz [1] (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 87% of the frequency LAND Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are BROADCASTING 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (b) Wireless microphone frequency (b) See note "B" MHz 20mW erp maximum (c) Telecommunications Apparatus (c) See note "J" MHz MHz [1] LAND (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 76% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (b) Telecommunications Apparatus (b) See note "J" MHz [1] [1] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) (Exemption from Licensing) Order. 30

37 MHz AMATEUR AMATEUR (a) Amateur (a) See note "B" MHz AMATEUR (a) Government (a) See note "C" (b) Amateur (b) See note "B" LAND MHz LAND (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 76% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum 31

38 MHz LAND (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 91% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are BROADCASTING 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (b) Wireless microphone frequency (Audio aids common frequency) (b) See note "B" 55.5 MHz 20 mw erp maximum (c) Demonstration frequency (c) See note "B" 55.6 MHz 25 khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 55% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 54% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (base receive) channels in the band are Paired with MHz vacant khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum 32

39 MHz (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 33% of the frequency LAND Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (b) Open Channel frequencies (MHz), limited to Mobiles/Portables only (b) See note "B" khz channel spacing LAND 25 W erp maximum (c) Telecommunications Apparatus (c) See note "J" MHz, MHz, MHz, MHz [1] (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 54% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (base transmit) channels in the band are Paired with MHz vacant khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum (b) Demonstration frequency (b) See note "B" 72.4 MHz 12.5 khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum AERONAUTICAL AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Radionavigation (a) See note "C" (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 15% of the frequency LAND Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum [1] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) (Exemption from Licensing) Order. 33

40 MHz LAND (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 68% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (base receive) paired with MHz channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (a) Hill Top Repeater (a) 59% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (hilltop transmit) paired with MHz channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 89% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 69% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 68% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (base transmit) paired with MHz channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (a) Hill Top Repeater (a) 59% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (hilltop receive) paired with MHz channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 98% of the frequency LAND Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum 34

41 MHz BROADCASTING (a) FM Sound Broadcasting (a) See note "D" BROADCASTING BROADCASTING 35

42 MHz AERONAUTICAL AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical Radionavigation (a) See note "C" [1] AERONAUTICAL (R) AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical mobile services (a) 94% of the frequency channels in the band are vacant. (b) Search and Rescue (121.5 MHz) (b) See note "B" [1] The band MHz is also allocated to aeronautical mobile (R) service on a primary basis limited to systems operating in accordance with recognised international standard. 36

43 MHz SPACE OPERATION (space-to-earth) METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE (a) Meteorological-satellite (a) See note "B" METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE (space-to-earth) (space-to-earth) -SATELLITE (space-to-earth) SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-earth) Fixed Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) SPACE OPERATION (space-to-earth) METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE (space-to-earth) SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-earth) Fixed Mobile-satellite (space-to-earth) Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) SPACE OPERATION (space-to-earth) METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE (space-to-earth) -SATELLITE (space-to-earth) SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-earth) Fixed Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) SPACE OPERATION (space-to-earth) METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE (space-to-earth) SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-earth) Fixed Mobile-satellite (space-to-earth) Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) 37

44 MHz LAND (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 43% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (base receive) paired with MHz channels in the band are Space research (space-to-earth) 12.5 khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum vacant. (b) Mobile Radio Systems (b) See note "B" On site repeater systems paired with MHz 12.5 khz channel spacing 1W erp maximum Frequencies :- Base transmit / Base receive (MHz) / / / / / / / / / / / / (a) Government (a) See note "C" (a) Mobile Radio Systems Single-frequency simplex 12.5 khz channel spacing 1 W erp maximum (b) Common Channel frequencies for Portable systems (MHz) khz channel spacing 1 W erp maximum (a) See note "B" (b) See note "B" 38

45 MHz LAND (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 64% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (base transmit) paired with MHz channels in the band are Space research (space-to-earth) 12.5 khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum vacant. (b) Mobile Radio Systems (b) See note "B" On site repeater systems paired with MHz 12.5 khz channel spacing 1W erp maximum Frequencies :- Base transmit / Base receive (MHz) / / LAND (a) Space research (space-to-earth) (a) See note "B" Space research SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-earth) (space-to-earth) (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 14% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are Space research (space-to-earth) 12.5 khz channel spacing 1 W erp maximum vacant. (b) Common Channel frequencies for Portable systems (MHz) (b) See note "B" khz channel spacing 1 W erp maximum 39

46 MHz (a)&(b) See note "B" AMATEUR AMATEUR (a) Amateur AMATEUR-SATELLITE AMATEUR-SATELLITE (b) Amateur-satellite AMATEUR LAND (a) Government (a) See note "C" (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 64% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (base receive) paired with MHz channels in the band are -SATELLITE (Earth-to-space) 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. [1] 25 W erp maximum (b) Mobile Radio Systems (b) See note "B" On site repeater systems paired with MHz 12.5 khz channel spacing 1W erp maximum Frequencies :- Base transmit / Base receive (MHz) / / See note "K" (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 47% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (base receive) paired with MHz channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (b) Open Channel frequencies (MHz), limited to Mobiles/Portables only (b) See note "B" Single-frequency simplex 12.5 khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum (c) Common Channel frequencies for Portable systems (MHz) (c) See note "B" khz channel spacing 1 W erp maximum [1] The band MHz is also allocated to the space operation service (Earth-to-space) on a primary basis. 40

47 MHz SATELLITE (Earth-to-space) [1] SATELLITE (a) Radionavigation satellite (a) See note "B" -SATELLITE [2] LAND (a) Government (a) See note "C" (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 43% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (base transmit) paired with MHz channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing, 25 W erp maximum vacant. (b) Mobile Radio Systems (b) See note "B" On site repeater systems paired with MHz 12.5 khz channel spacing, 1W erp maximum Frequencies :- Base transmit / Base receive (MHz) / / / / / / / / / / / / (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 47% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (base transmit) paired with MHz channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing, 25 W erp maximum vacant. (b) Demonstration frequency (155.9 MHz) (b) See note "B" 12.5 khz channel spacing, 25 W erp maximum MARITIME (a) Hague Plan (a) See note "B" MARITIME 25 khz channel spacing, 25 W erp maximum (distress and calling via DSC) * MARITIME Mobile-satellite (Earth-to-space) * MARITIME (distress and calling) * MARITIME Mobile-satellite (Earth-to-space) * (a) Maritime mobile (private channels) (a) 40% of the frequency 25 khz channel spacing, 25 W erp maximum channels in the band are vacant. [1] The use of the band MHz by the mobile-satellite service (Earth-to-space) [2] The allocation of the band MHz to the radionavigation-satellite service is limited to the land mobile-satellite service (Earth-to-space) until 1 January shall be effective until 1 January

48 MHz * (a)&(b) 65% of the frequency LAND (a) Mobile Radio Systems (marine fleet) channels in the band are MARITIME Single-frequency simplex vacant khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum (b) Maritime mobile (private channels) 25 khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum See note "K" (a) Mobile Radio Systems (marine fleet) (a) 59% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum MARITIME (a) Hague Plan (a) See note "B" 25 khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum See note "K" * (a) Hague Plan (a) See note "B" MARITIME 25 khz channel spacing Aeronautical mobile (OR) 25 W erp maximum Mobile-satellite (Earth-to-space) * * MARITIME Aeronautical mobile (OR) Mobile-satellite (Earth-to-space) * (a) Mobile Radio Systems (marine fleet) (a) 92% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum 42

49 MHz * LAND (a) Government (a) See note "C" (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 72% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (base receive) channels in the band are paired with MHz vacant khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 45% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 77% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 72% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (base transmit) channels in the band are paired with MHz vacant khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum (a) Public Paging (a) 67% of the frequency 25 khz channel spacing channels in the band are 25 W erp maximum vacant (a) Government (a) See note "C" 43

50 MHz (a) Wireless microphones (a) See note "B" LAND 75 khz channel spacing BROADCASTING 20 mw erp maximum (b) Telecommunications Apparatus (b) See note "J" MHz [1] (a) Common Channel frequencies for Portable Systems (MHz) khz channel spacing 1 W erp maximum (a) See note "B" (a) Fixed paired with MHz 25 khz channel spacing (a) See note "G" (a) Community Repeater (a) 84% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (repeater transmit) channels in the band are Paired with MHz vacant khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum (b) Fixed (b) See note "G" MHz Paired with MHz 25 khz channel spacing (c) Demonstration frequency (c) See note "B" MHz 12.5 khz channel spacing 25 W erp maximum See note "K" [1] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) (Exemption from Licensing) Order. 44

51 MHz (a) Low power telemetry systems (a) See note "B" LAND (b) Studio wireless intercommunication service (b) See note "B" BROADCASTING MHz (c) Telecommunications Apparatus (c) See note "J" MHz [1] (a) Community Repeater (a) 84% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (repeater receive) paired with MHz channels in the band are 12.5 khz channel spacing vacant. 25 W erp maximum See note "I" TO BE PLANNED (a) Studio and Outside Broadcast (OB) Links (a) 77% of the frequency channels in the band are vacant BROADCASTING (a) Digital Audio Broadcasting Service (a) See note "E" MHz (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 82% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex channels in the band are BROADCASTING MHz paired with MHz vacant. AERONAUTICAL 12.5kHz channel spacing 25W erp maximum Radiolocation Single-frequency simplex MHz 12.5kHz channel spacing AERONAUTICAL 25W erp maximum [1] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) (Exemption from Licensing) Order. 45

52 MHz See note "K" (a) Government (a) See note "C" (b) Search and Rescue (243 MHz) (b) See note "B" (c) Telecommunications Apparatus (c) See note "J" Space operation (space-to-earth) MHz paired with MHz, MHz [1] [2] SPACE OPERATION (space-to-earth) (a) Public Paging (a) 40% of the frequency 25 khz channel spacing channels in the band are 100 W erp maximum vacant (a) Government (a) See note "C" (a) Telecommunications Apparatus (a) See note "J" MHz and MHz [2] Mobile-satellite (Earth-to-space) See note "I" TO BE PLANNED RADIO ASTRONOMY AERONAUTICAL AERONAUTICAL (a) Aeronautical radionavigation (a) See note "C" [1] The band MHz may be used for space telemetry on a primary basis. [2] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) (Exemption from Licensing) Order. 46

53 MHz (a) Government (a) See note "C" MHz, MHz, MHz (b) Mobile Radio Systems (b) 95% of the frequency MHz channels in the band are Single-frequency simplex vacant. 25 khz channel spacing Mobile-satellite (space-to-earth) (c) Mobile Radio Systems (c) 81% of the frequency MHz channels in the band are Single-frequency simplex vacant. 25 khz channel spacing (d) Telecommunications Apparatus (d) See note "J" MHz paired with MHz [3] SATELLITE (Earth-to-space) [1] -SATELLITE (a) Radionavigation-satellite (a) See note "B" -SATELLITE [2] STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME (a) Standard frequency and time signal-satellite (a) See note "K" SIGNAL-SATELLITE (400.1 MHz) SIGNAL-SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL AIDS (a) Meteorological aids (a) See note "B" METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE (Radiosonde) (space-to-earth) -SATELLITE (space-to-earth) SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-earth) Space operation (space-to-earth) METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL AIDS SPACE OPERATION (space-to-earth) EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space) (Earth-to-space) METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space) (Earth-to-space) Fixed Mobile except aeronautical mobile [1] The use of the band MHz by the mobile-satellite service [2] The allocation of the band MHz to the radionavigation-satellite service (Earth-to-space) is limited to the land mobile-satellite service (Earth-to-space) until shall be effective until 1 January January [3] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) (Exemption from Licensing) Order. 47

54 MHz METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL AIDS (a) Meteorological aids (a) See note "C" EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (Radiosonde) (Earth-to-space) (Earth-to-space) (b) Medical Implant Communication System (b) See note "J" METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE MHz (Earth-to-space) (Earth-to-space) Fixed Mobile except aeronautical mobile Mobile except aeronautical mobile METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL AIDS Fixed Mobile except aeronautical mobile Mobile except aeronautical mobile METEOROLOGICAL AIDS SATELLITE (Earth-to-space) -SATELLITE (a) Emergency position indicating radio beacons (EPIRB) (a) See note "B" (a) Government (a) See note "C" except aeronautical mobile LAND (b) Telecommunications Apparatus (b) See note "J" RADIO ASTRONOMY MHz [1] except aeronautical mobile SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-space) except aeronautical mobile Radiolocation [1] Details are given in the Telecommunications (Telecommunications Apparatus) (Exemption from Licensing) Order. 48

55 MHz RADIOLOCATION RADIOLOCATION (a) Amateur (a) See note "B" Amateur Amateur MHz, MHz (b) Amateur-satellite service (b) See note "B" MHz RADIOLOCATION (c) Short Range Device (c) See note "J" Amateur MHz Earth exploration-satellite (active) [1] RADIOLOCATION Amateur LAND (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 63% of the frequency except aeronautical mobile Two-frequency simplex MHz (base transmit) paired with MHz channels in the band are Radiolocation 12.5 khz/25 khz channel spacing vacant. Single-frequency simplex MHz 12.5 khz/25 khz channel spacing (b) Mobile Radio Systems (b) See note "B" On site repeater systems MHz paired with MHz 12.5 khz/25 khz channel spacing 1W erp maximum Frequencies :- Base transmit / Base receive (MHz) / / / / / / / / / (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 83% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are [2] 25 khz channel spacing vacant. [2] [1] Amateur-satellite service may operate in MHz subject to not causing harmful [2] In the maritime mobile service, the frequencies MHz, MHz, MHz, MHz, MHz interference to other services operating in accordance with this Table. and MHz may be used by on-board communication stations. Where needed, equipment designed for 12.5 khz channel spacing using also the additional frequencies MHz, MHz, MHz and MHz may be introduced for on-board communications. The characteristics of the equipment used shall conform to those specified in Recommendation ITU-R M

56 MHz LAND (a) On site paging (a) See note "G" Frequencies (MHz) : khz channel spacing 2 W erp maximum (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 30% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex (base transmit) paired with MHz channels in the band are 25 khz channel spacing vacant. (b) Mobile Radio Systems (b) See note "B" On site repeater systems paired with MHz 25 khz channel spacing 1W erp maximum Frequencies :- Base transmit / Base receive (MHz) / / / / (a) Government (a) See note "C" 50

57 MHz LAND (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 37% of the frequency Single-frequency simplex channels in the band are Meteorological-satellite (space-to-earth) 25 khz channel spacing vacant. (b) Common Channel frequencies for Portable systems (MHz) (b) See note "B" khz channel spacing 1 W erp maximum (a) Mobile Radio Systems (a) 30% of the frequency Two-frequency simplex MHz (base receive) paired with MHz channels in the band are 25 khz channel spacing vacant. Single-frequency simplex 25 khz channel spacing (b) Mobile Radio Systems (b) See note "B" On site repeater systems MHz paired with MHz 25 khz channel spacing 1W erp maximum Frequencies :- Base transmit / Base receive (MHz) / / / /

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