TABLE OF RADIO FREQUENCY ALLOCATIONS THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA

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1 TABLE OF RADIO FREQUENCY ALLOCATIONS OF THE Directorate General of Telecommunications Ministry of Transportation and Communications December 19, 2005 revised 1

2 Regulation: The table of radio frequency allocation is promulgated under Administrative Regulations on Radio Waves Article 5: The allocation of frequencies between 9 khz and 300 GHz to all services shall be in accordance with the Republic of China Radio Frequency Allocation Table promulgated by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications. For the purposes of the overall development of telecommunication and information, the frequencies shall be harmoniously and effectively shared, the aforementioned Table of Frequency Allocation shall be periodically reviewed, revised and promulgated by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications. Classification of services: The allocation of frequencies shall be classified in accordance with the following services: 1. Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service between specified fixed points. 2.-Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service between earth stations at given positions, when one or more satellites are used in some cases. This service includes satellite-to-satellite links, which may also be operated in the inter-satellite service. The fixed-satellite service may also include feeder links for other space radiocommunication services. 3.Aeronautical Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service between specified fixed points. It is provided primarily for the safety of air navigation and for the regular, efficient and economical operation of air transportation. 4.Inter-Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service for links between artificial satellites. 2

3 5.Space Operation Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service concerned exclusively with the operation of spacecraft, in particular space tracking, space telemetry, and space telecommand. These functions will normally be provided within the service in which the space station is operating. 6.Mobile Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service between mobile and land stations, or between mobile stations. 7.Mobile-Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to the following services: (1) A radiocommunication service between mobile earth stations and one or more space stations, or between space stations used by this service. (2) A radiocommunication service executed between mobile earth stations by means of one or more space stations. This service may also include feeder links necessary for its operation. 8.Land Mobile Service. Such term shall refer to a mobile service between base stations and land mobile stations, or between land mobile stations. 9.Land Mobile-Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to a mobile-satellite service in which mobile earth stations are located on land. 10. Maritime Mobile Service. Such term shall refer to a mobile service between coast stations and ship stations, or between ship stations, or between associated on-board communication stations. Survival craft stations and emergency position-indicating radio beacon stations may also participate in this service. 11.Maritime Mobile-Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to a mobile-satellite service in which mobile earth stations are located on board ships. Survival craft stations and emergency position-indicating radio beacon stations may also participate in this service. 12.Port Operations Service. Such term shall refer to a maritime mobile service in or near a port, between coast stations and ship stations, or between ship stations, in which messages are restricted to those relating to the operational handling, the movement and the safety of ships, the communication for safety in case of emergency. Some communications 3

4 which are correspondence nature shall be excluded from this service. 13.Ship Movement Service. Such term shall refer to a maritime mobile safety service between coast stations and ship stations, or between ship stations other than the port operations service. Its messages are restricted to those relating to the movement of ships. 14.Aeronautical Mobile Service. Such term shall refer to a mobile service between aeronautical stations and aircraft stations, or between aircraft stations, in which survival craft stations may participate; emergency position-indicating radio beacon stations may also participate in this service on designated distress and emergency frequencies. 15.Aeronautical Mobile-Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to a mobile-satellite service in which mobile earth stations are located on board aircraft. Survival craft stations and emergency position-indicating radio beacon stations may also participate in this service. 16.Broadcasting Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service in which the transmission is intended for direct reception by the general public. This service may include sound transmissions, television transmissions or other types of transmission. 17.Broadcasting-Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service in which signals transmitted or retransmitted by space stations are intended for direct reception by the general public. In the broadcasting-satellite service, the term direct reception shall encompass both individual reception and community reception. 18.Radiodetermination Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service for the purpose of radiodetermination. 19.Radiodetermination-Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service for the purpose of radiodetermination involving the use of one or more space stations. 20.Radionavigation Service. Such term shall refer to a radiodetermination service for the purpose of radionavigation. 21.Radionavigation Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to a radiodetermination satellite service for the purpose of 4

5 radionavigation. 22.Maritime Radionavigation Service. Such term shall refer to a radionavigation service intended for the benefit and the safe operation of ships. 23.Maritime Radionavigation Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to a radionavigation satellite service in which earth stations are located on board ships. 24.Aeronautical Radionavigation Service. Such term shall refer to a radionavigation service intended for the benefit and the safe operation of aircraft. 25.Aeronautical Radionavigation Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to a radio-navigation satellite service in which earth stations are located in the aircraft. 26. Service. Such term shall refer to a radiodetermination service for the purpose of radiolocation. 27.Meteorological Aids Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service used for meteorological (including hydrological) observation and exploration. 28.Earth Exploration-Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service between earth stations and one or more space stations, it may include links between space stations. This service shall include the following: (1)Data relating to the characteristics of the Earth and its natural phenomena which is obtained from active sensors or passive sensors on Earth satellites; (2)Similar data is collected from air or earth-based stations; (3)Such data can be distributed to earth stations within the system concerned; (4)Base station interrogation may be included. 29.Meteorological-Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to an earth exploration-satellite service for meteorological purposes. 30.Standard Frequency and Time Signal Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service for scientific, technical and other purposes, it provids the transmission of high precision frequencies, time signals, or both, intended for general reception. 31.Standard Frequency and Time Signal-Satellite Service. Such term 5

6 shall refer to a radiocommunication service using space stations on earth satellites for the same purposes as those of the standard frequency and time signal service. This service may also include feeder links necessary for its operation. 32.Space Research Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service in which spacecraft or other objects in space are used for scientific or technological research purposes. 33. Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service for the purpose of self-training, intercommunication and technical investigations carried out by amateurs, that is, by duly authorized persons interested in radio technique solely with personal aim and without pecuniary interest. 34.-Satellite Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service using space stations on earth satellites for the same purposes as those of the amateur service. 35.Radio Astronomy Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service involving the use of radio astronomy. 36.Safety Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service used for the safeguarding of human life and property permanently or temporarily. 37.Special Service. Such term shall refer to a radiocommunication service, not otherwise defined in Sections 1 through Section 36, carried on exclusively for specific needs of general utility, and not open to public correspondence. Term Explanation: (1)EPIRB (2)GPS (3)IMT-2000 Emergency Position-indicating radiobeacon. Global Positioning Systems. International Mobile Telecommunocations (4)the Low Power Radio Waves Radiated Devices (the 6

7 Low Power RF Devices ). The Low Power RF Device means the controlled telecommunications radio-frequency devices in compliance with Low-power Radio-frequency Devices Technical Specifications. (5)Deep Space It means the outer space far from the earth for 2 million miles or above. (6) International Telecommunication Union. Radio Frenquencies and Band Hz = Hertz khz = 10 3 Hz MHz = 10 6 Hz GHz = 10 9 Hz THz = Hz (kilo,k) (Mega,M) (Giga,G) (Tera,T) s Radio Frequency Division Band Number(N) Band Name Frequency Scope Wave Length 4 VLF 3-30kHz 10,000m 5 LF khz 1000 m 6 MF khz 100 m 7 HF 3-30MHz 10 m 8 VHF MHz 1 m 9 UHF MHz 1/10 m 10 SHF 3-30GHz 1/100 m 11 EHF GHz 1/1000 m GHz 1/10,000 m Remark:Band Number(N)means band is between 0.3*10 n and 3*10 n. 7

8 divided world into 3 regions for the convenience of frequency allotment. Explanation of ROC s Radio Frequency Allocation Table Illustration: Column 1 :region 3 frequency allocations of s radio regulations. Column 2 :ROC s Radio Frequency allocations. Column 3 :Corresponding to Column 2 of the allocation of frequencies, the sole frequency of special services are remarked on it MARITIME (P) Aeronautical Mobile Land Mobile Used frequency Primary service Permitted service Secondary service 8

9 khz (not allocated) MARITIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(20kHz) MARITIME Maritime Mobile MARITIME Maritime Mobile MARITIME (not allocated) MARITIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(20kHz) MARITIME Maritime Mobile MARITIME Maritime Mobile MARITIME

10 khz MARITIME Maritime Mobile MARITIME Maritime Mobile MARITIME Aeronautical Radionavigation Aeronautical Mobile MARITIME Maritime Mobile MARITIME Maritime Mobile MARITIME Aeronautical Radionavigation Aeronautical Mobile 10

11 khz MARITIME (radio beacons) Aeronautical Mobile Aeronautical Mobile MARITIME Aeronautical Radionavigation (distress and calling) MARITIME Aeronautical Mobile Land Mobile Mobile MARITIME (radio beacons) Aeronautical Mobile Aeronautical Mobile MARITIME Aeronautical Radionavigation (distress and calling) MARITIME Aeronautical Mobile Land Mobile The band is allocated to AM broadcasting service khz is allocated to Cordless Telephone(secondary)[1.6/49MHz] 11

12 khz except aeronautical mobile MARITIME MARITIME (distress and calling) MARITIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(2500 khz) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL SpSpace Research except aeronautical mobile MARITIME MARITIME (distress and calling) MARITIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(2500 khz) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space Research KHz is allocated to amateur radio service 12

13 khz STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (R) (OR) except aeronautical mobile(r) except aeronautical mobile(r) except aeronautical mobile (R) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (R) (OR) except aeronautical mobile(r) except aeronautical mobile(r) except aeronautical mobile (R) , khz are allocated to amateur radio service 13

14 khz MARITIME MARITIME except aeronautical mobile (R) (OR) Land Mobile LAND STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(5000 khz) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space Research Mobile except aeronautical mobile MARITIME MARITIME except aeronautical mobile (R) (OR) Land Mobile LAND STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(5000 khz) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space Research Mobile except aeronautical mobile khz is allocated to ship movement service 14

15 khz except aeronautical mobile (OR) LAND (R) (OR) Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) MARITIME (R) (OR) except aeronautical mobile(r) SATELLITE Mobile except aeronautical mobile (OR) LAND (R) (OR) Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) MARITIME (R) (OR) except aeronautical mobile(r) SATELLITE Until 1 April 2007 the band KHz is allocated to the fixed service and mobile service, after the day this band is allocated to the international HF broadcasting service (WARC-92) Until 29 March 2009 the band khz is allocated to land mobile service on a secondary basis, after the day this band is allocated to mobile except aeronautical mobile(r) service (WRC-03) Until 29 March 2009 the band khz is allocated to broadcasting service after the day this band is allocated to amateur service(wrc-03 ) 15

16 khz except aeronautical mobile(r) MARITIME MARITIME (R) (OR) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(10000 khz) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space Research (R) except aeronautical mobile(r) MARITIME MARITIME (R) (OR) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(10000 khz) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space Research (R) Until 1 April 2007 the band is allocated to the fixed service, after the day this band is allocated to the international HF broadcasting service (WARC-92 ) Until 29 March 2009 the band khz is allocated to the fixed service, after the day this band is allocated to the international HF broadcasting service (WRC-03 ) Until 29 March 2009 the band khz is allocated to land mobile service on a secondary basis, after the day this band is allocated to except aeronautical mobile(r) service (WRC-03 ) Until 1 April 2007 the band khz is allocated to the fixed service, after the day this band is allocated to the international HF broadcasting service(warc-92) 16

17 khz Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) (OR) (R) MARITIME Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) (OR) (R) MARITIME Until 1 April 2007 the band khz is allocated to mobile and aeronautic services, the band khz is allocated to fixed service.after the day these band is allocated to international HF broadcasting service(warc-92) (OR) (R) Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) (OR) (R) Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) ± 7 khz is allocated to Industrial, Scientific, Medical Equipment. The others must be susceptible with the interference. 17

18 khz Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) SATELLITE Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(15000 khz) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space Research (OR) MARITIME Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) SATELLITE Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(15000 khz) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space Research (OR) MARITIME Until 1 April 2007 the band khz and khz are allocated to fixed service.after the day these band is allocated to international HF broadcasting service(warc-92) Until 1 April 2007 the band khz is allocated to the fixed service, after the day this band is allocated to the international HF broadcasting service(warc-92) 18

19 khz (R) (OR) Space Research SATELLITE Mobile except aeronautical mobile MARITIME MARITIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space Research (R) (OR) Space Research SATELLITE Mobile except aeronautical mobile MARITIME MARITIME STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space Research Until 1 April 2007 the band khz is allocated to the fixed service, after the day this band is allocated to the international HF broadcasting service(warc-92) , khz are allocated to amateur radio service. The band is allocated to the international HF broadcasting service(warc-92) 19

20 khz STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(20000 khz) Mobile SATELLITE (R) MARITIME Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) (OR) except aeronautical mobile LAND STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(20000 khz) Mobile SATELLITE (R) MARITIME Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) (OR) except aeronautical mobile LAND khz is allocated to fixed service, limited to aircraft flight saety. (WRC-95) The band is allocated to fixed service, limited to aircraft flight saety. (WRC-95) 20

21 khz SATELLITE STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(25000 khz) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space Research except aeronautical mobile MARITIME except aeronautical mobile MARITIME except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL(25000 khz) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL Space Research except aeronautical mobile MARITIME except aeronautical mobile MARITIME except aeronautical mobile , khz are allocated to amateur radio service ± 163 khz is allocated to Industrial, Scientific, Medical Equipment. The others must be susceptible with the interference khz is allocated to 5W citizen band radio Walky-Talky khz are allocated to 4W model surface craft device. 0.75W model aircraft device. (Low-power Radio-frequency Devices) 21

22 MHz METEOROLOGICAL AIDS SATELLITE SPACE OPERATION (satellite identification) SPACE RESEARCH Radio Astronomy Space Research METEOROLOGICAL AIDS SATELLITE SPACE OPERATION (satellite identification) SPACE RESEARCH Radio Astronomy Space Research ± 0.02 MHz is allocated to Industrial, Scientific, Medical Equipment, The others must be susceptible with the interference. 22

23 MHz Space Research Space Research , MHz are allocated to cordless telephone (secondary)[46/49mhz] MHz is allocated to cordless telephone(secondary) [1.6/49MHz] , khz are allocated to amateur radio service MHz is allocated to 0.75W model aircraft device.(low-power Radio-frequency Devices) 23

24 MHz MHz is allocated to 0.75W surface craft device(low-power Radio-frequency Devices) MHz is allocated to TV broadcasting service MHz is allocated to FM broadcasting service (R) (R) SPACE OPERATION METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE SPACE RESEARCH -SATELLITE Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) SPACE OPERATION METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE SPACE RESEARCH Mobile-Satellite Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) (R) (R) SPACE OPERATION METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE SPACE RESEARCH -SATELLITE Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) SPACE OPERATION METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE SPACE RESEARCH Mobile-Satellite Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) The band MHz may also be used by the aeronautical mobile (R) service on a primary basis, limited to systems that transmit navigational information in support of air navigation and surveillance functions in accordance with recognized international aviation standards. (WRC-03) Use of the band MHz by non-geostationary-satellite systems in the mobile-satellite service.(wrc-97) 24

25 MHz Use of the band MHz by SPACE OPERATION SPACE OPERATION non-geostationary-satellite systems in the mobile-satellite service(wrc-97) METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE SPACE RESEARCH -SATELLITE Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE SPACE RESEARCH -SATELLITE Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) SPACE OPERATION METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE SPACE RESEARCH Mobile-Satellite Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) Space Research SPACE RESEARCH Space Research SATELLITE SPACE OPERATION METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE SPACE RESEARCH Mobile-Satellite Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R) Space Research SPACE RESEARCH Space Research SATELLITE MHz is allocated to taxi radio service MHz is allocated to amateur radio service 25

26 MHz Use of the band MHz by non-geostationary-satellite systems in the mobile-satellite service(wrc-97) -SATELLITE -SATELLITE LAND -SATELLITE LAND -SATELLITE -SATELLITE -SATELLITE MARITIME (distress and calling) MARITIME (distress and calling) Mobile , and MHz are allocated to ship communication service MHz is allocated to radio paging business in application of public communication MHz is allocated to TV broadcasting service MHz is planned to allocate to digital audio broadcasting service MHz are allocated to Low-power wireless microphone and wireless earphone 26

27 MHz Space Operation SPACE OPERATION Mobile-Satellite Mobile-Satellite Space Operation SPACE OPERATION Mobile-Satellite Mobile-Satellite , MHz are allocated to radio paging business in application of public communication. Use of the band by non-geostationary-satellite systems in the mobile-satellite service(wrc-97) Use of the band by non-geostationary-satellite systems in the mobile-satellite service (WARC-92) 27

28 MHz SATELLITE -SATELLITE -SATELLITE -SATELLITE Use of the band by non-geostationary-satellite systems in the mobile-satellite service(wrc-97) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL-SATELLITE (400.1 MHz) STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL-SATELLITE (400.1 MHz) METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE SPACE RESEARCH SPACE RESEARCH -SATELLITE -SATELLITE Space Operation Space Operation METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE SPACE OPERATION SPACE OPERATION Mobile except aeronautical mobile Mobile except aeronautical mobile METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE Mobile except aeronautical mobile Mobile except aeronautical mobile Use of the band by non-geostationary-satellite systems in the mobile-satellite service and by communication between astronaut and space craft in space research service. (WRC-97) 28

29 MHz METEOROLOGICAL AIDS Mobile except aeronautical mobile METEOROLOGICAL AIDS Mobile except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE Earth-to-space) -SATELLITE MHz is allocated to emergency position-indicating radiobeacon (EPIRB) except aeronautical mobile except aeronautical mobile SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-space) except aeronautical mobile Earth Exploration-Satellite(active) except aeronautical mobile except aeronautical mobile except aeronautical mobile SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-space) except aeronautical mobile Earth Exploration-Satellite(active) except aeronautical mobile Use of the band by communication between astronaut and space craft in space research service(warc-92) MHz is allocated to 0.01W Radio data transceiver. (Low-power Radio-frequency Devices) MHz is allocated to amateur radio service MHz is allocated to 0.01W Radio data transceiver. (Low-power Radio-frequency Devices) 29

30 MHz Use of the band , MHz by non-geostationary-satellite systems in the mobile-satellite service (WRC-97) Meteorological-Satellite Meteorological-Satellite MHz is allocated to 1W Family Radio Service.(Low-power Radio-frequency Devices) MHz is allocated to 0.01W Radio controlled device for industry.(low-power Radio-frequency Devices) MHz is allocated to fixed and mobile services , MHz are allocated to Taxi radio service , , , MHz are allocated to trunking radio telephone business , , , MHz are allocated to mobile data communication busuness , , MHz are allocated to digital TV broadcasting service , MHz is allocated to TV broadcasting service MHz is allocated to Low-power wireless microphone and wireless earphone , MHz are allocated to the third generation(3g)mobile telecommunications services MHz is allocated to Digital Low Tier cordless telephony business in application of public communication. 30

31 MHz SATELLITE (space-to-space) SATELLITE (space-to-space) , MHz are allocated to GSM digital mobile telephony business in application of public communication MHz can be allocated to IMT-2000 services (WRC-2000) MHz is allocated to Radio Frequency Identification(RFID) SATELLITE -SATELLITE (space-to-space) (space-to-space) (active) (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) SATELLITE -SATELLITE (space-to-space) (space-to-space) (active) (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) (active) (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) -SATELLITE -SATELLITE (space-to-space)) (space-to-space)) MHz is allocatec to Global Positioning System(GPS) service MHz is allocated to amateur radio service 31

32 MHz SATELLITE SATELLITE The band MHz is also allocated to the fixed-satellite service on a secondary basis (WRC-03) SPACE RESEARCH SPACE RESEARCH SPACE OPERATION except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE SPACE OPERATION except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE The band MHz is also allocated to the fixed-satellite service (space -to- Earth) on a secondary basis (WRC-03) The band is also allocated to digital audio broadcasting service. (WARC-92) SATELLITE -SATELLITE 32

33 MHz SPACE OPERATION SPACE OPERATION -SATELLITE -SATELLITE Earth Exploration-Satellite Earth Exploration-Satellite Mobile Mobile SPACE OPERATION SPACE OPERATION -SATELLITE -SATELLITE Earth Exploration-Satellite Earth Exploration-Satellite Mobile Mobile SATELLITE -SATELLITE MHz can be allocated to the IMT-200 satellite communication service (WRC-2000) MHz is allocated to mobile-satellite service (WARC-92) MHz can be allocated to the IMT-200 satellite communication service (WRC-2000) SATELLITE (space-to-space) SATELLITE (space-to-space) MHz is allocated to Global Positioning System(GPS)service SATELLITE -SATELLITE Radiodetermination-Satellite(Earth-to-spa Radiodetermination-Satellite(Earth-to-spa ce) ce) The band is allocated to mobile-satellite service (WARC-92) MHz cab be allocated to the IMT-200 satellite communication service (WRC-2000) SATELLITE -SATELLITE Radiodetermination-Satellite Radiodetermination-Satellite 33

34 MHz SATELLITE (Earth-to-Space) Radiodetermination-Satellite Mobile-Satellite SATELLITE (Earth-to-Space) Radiodetermination-Satellite Mobile-Satellite SATELLITE -SATELLITE SATELLITE -SATELLITE MHz can be allocated to the IMT-200 satellite communication service (WRC-2000) MHz can be allocated to the IMT-200 satellite communication service (WRC-2000) SPACE RESEARCH Mobile except aeronautical mobile SPACE RESEARCH Mobile except aeronautical mobile MHz is allocated to mobile-satellite service (WARC-92) SATELLITE -SATELLITE SPACE RESEARCH SPACE RESEARCH Mobile except aeronautical mobile Mobile except aeronautical mobile METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL AIDS except aeronautical mobile except aeronautical mobile -SATELLITE -SATELLITE In the band MHz, administrations are urged not to implement new systems in the meteorological aids service and are encouraged to migrate existing meteorological aids service operations to other bands as soon as practicable. (WRC-03) 34

35 MHz METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE -SATELLITE -SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile METEOROLOGICAL AIDS METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile , MHz are allocated to mobile telephone business in application of public communication MHz is allocated to Wireless Private Branch Exchange (PABX) and Cordless Telephone for indoor using MHz can be allocated to the IMT-200 services (WRC-2000) , MHz can be allocated to the IMT-200 high altitude platform stations (HAPS) service (WRC-2000) MHz is allocated to mobile-satellite service (WARC-92) , , MHz is planned to be allocated to Digital Low Tier cordless telephony business , MHz can be also allocated to the third generation(3g)mobile telecommunications service , , MHz are allocated to the third generation(3g)mobile telecommunications service. 35

36 MHz SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-space) SPACE OPERATION (space-to-space) EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE(Eart h-to-space) (space-to-space) SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-space) SPACE OPERATION (space-to-space) EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE(Eart h-to-space) (space-to-space) SPACE RESEARCH (deep space) SPACE RESEARCH (deep space) MHz is planned to be allocated to IMT-2000 services MHz is allocated to the third generation ( 3G ) mobile telecommunications service MHz can be allocated to the IMT-200 high altitude platform stations (HAPS) service (WRC-2000) SATELLITE -SATELLITE SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-space) SPACE OPERATION (space-to-space) EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (space-to-space) SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-space) SPACE OPERATION (space-to-space) EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (space-to-space) MHz is allocated to mobile-satellite service (WARC-92) 36

37 MHz except aeronautical mobile SPACE RESEARCH (deep space) except aeronautical mobile SPACE RESEARCH(deep space) MHz is allocated to Low-power Radio-frequency Devices (secondary) MHz is also allocated to Cordless Telephone MHz is allocated to amateur radio service on a secondary basis 2450 ± 50 MHz is allocated to Industrial, Scientific, Medical Equipment.The others must be susceptible with the interference is allocated to radio and TV broadcasting live program relay SATELLITE -SATELLITE Radiodetermination-Satellite(space-to-Ear RADIODETERMINIATION-SATELLI th) TE SATELLITE -SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile except aeronautical mobile -SATELLITE -SATELLITE The band is allocated to mobile-satellite service (WARC-92) MHz can be allocated to the IMT-200 satellite communication service (WRC-2000) MHz can be allocated to the IMT-200 services (WRC-2000) MHz can be allocated to the Wireless Broadband Access(WBA) MHz can be allocated to the IMT-200 satellite communication service (WRC-2000) SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile -SATELLITE SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile -SATELLITE 37

38 MHz except aeronautical mobile -SATELLITE SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile -SATELLITE Earth Exploration-Satellite Radio Astronomy Space Research SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile Earth Exploration-Satellite Radio Astronomy Space Research except aeronautical mobile -SATELLITE SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile -SATELLITE Earth Exploration-Satellite Radio Astronomy Space Research SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile Earth Exploration-Satellite Radio Astronomy Space Research The band is allocated to digital broadcasting-satellite (sound). (WARC-92) Use of the band MHz by non-geostationary-satellite systems in the broadcasting-satellite service. (WRC-03) The band is allocated to mobile-satellite service (WARC-92) MHz can be allocated to the IMT-200 satellite communication service (WRC-2000) EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE(passi ve) SPACE RESEARCH EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE(passi ve) SPACE RESEARCH Earth Exploration-Satellite (active) Space Research (active) Earth Exploration-Satellite (active) Space Research (active) 38

39 MHz SATELLITE Mobile SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE Radio Astronomy SATELLITE Mobile SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE Radio Astronomy MHz is allocated to relaying network in application of public communication. 39

40 MHz except aeronautical mobile Space Research SATELLITE SATELLITE (space-to-space) SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile except aeronautical mobile Space Research SATELLITE SATELLITE (space-to-space) SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile The band MHz is also allocated to the fixed-satellite service on a primary basis. (WRC-03) (active) (active) SPACE RESEARCH SPACE RESEARCH except aeronautical mobile except aeronautical mobile MHz is allocated to Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure (U-NII)on a secondary basis MHz is allocated to Wireless Acess System (WAS) including Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN).(WRC-03) EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) except aeronautical mobile EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) except aeronautical mobile EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) 40

41 MHz (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) MARITIME except aeronautical mobile MARITIME except aeronautical mobile (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) ) MHz is allocated to Wireless Acess System ( WAS ) including Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN).(WRC-03) MARITIME except aeronautical mobile except aeronautical mobile Space Research (deep space) Satellite SATELLITE MARITIME except aeronautical mobile except aeronautical mobile Space Research (deep space) Satellite SATELLITE MHzis allocated to amateur radio service on a secondary basis MHz is allocated to Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure (U-NII)on a secondary basis ± 75 MHz is allocated to Industrial, Scientific, Medical Equipment. The others must be susceptible with the interference ± 75 MHz is also allocated to Low-power Radio-frequency Devices (secondary) 41

42 MHz SATELLITE SATELLITE MHz is allocated relaying network in application of public communication. In the bands MHz earth stations on board vessels may operate with the characteristics.(wrc-03) SATELLITE SATELLITE SPACE RESEARCH SATELLITE SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile SPACE RESEARCH SATELLITE SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile 42

43 MHz SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE(s pace-to-earth) except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile except aeronautical mobile METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE(s pace-to-earth) except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE(s pace-to-earth) except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile except aeronautical mobile METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE(s pace-to-earth) except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE SATELLITE -SATELLITE 43

44 MHz EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE -SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE(E arth-to-space) EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE -SATELLITE METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE(E arth-to-space) EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE -SATELLITE EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE -SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile SPACE RESEARCH except aeronautical mobile SPACE RESEARCH SPACE RESEARCH (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) (active) (active) MARITIME MARITIME

45 GHz MARITIME MARITIME SPACE RESEARCH (active) SPACE RESEARCH (active) (active) (active) Satellite except aeronautical mobile Satellite except aeronautical mobile 45

46 GHz EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE(passi ve) except aeronautical mobile SPACE RESEARCH EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE(passi ve) except aeronautical mobile SPACE RESEARCH EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE(passi ve) SPACE RESEARCH EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE(passi ve) SPACE RESEARCH SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile except aeronautical mobile -SATELLITE SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile -SATELLITE SATELLITE Space Research(deep space) SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile except aeronautical mobile -SATELLITE SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile SATELLITE except aeronautical mobile -SATELLITE SATELLITE Space Research(deep space) GHz is allocated to relaying network in application of public communication GHz is also allocated to fixed-satellite service(space-to-earth). (WRC-03) is allocated to be used as studo-to-transmission in area where the radio wave are abstructed for radio and TV broadcaster is allocated to radio and TV broadecasting live program relay. 46

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