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GIBRALTAR FREQUENCY ALLOCATION TABLE (MHZ)

This table provides a breakdown of the Gibraltar radio spectrum allocations within the range 27.5MHz - 10000MHz. It is intended to give an overview of the current use of the spectrum within Gibraltar.

It is not exhaustive in detail nor does it confer or imply any guarantee that allocations will not be altered in the future.

Note that the "Allocations to Services" column entries in upper case denote PRIMARY status and those in lower case denote Secondary status as defined in the ITU Radio Regulations.

Table of Current Allocations and Users in the Range 27.5MHz - 10000MHz

Allocation to Gibraltar Services

Comments

27.5 - 28 MHz

METEOROLOGICAL AIDS (sondes)

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

28 - 29.7 MHz

AMATEUR

AMATEUR-SATELLITE

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

Amateur service operates on a secondary basis (see Annex A).

29.7 - 31.7 MHz

MOBILE

Government use.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

31.7 - 34.5 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE

Government use.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

34.5 - 38.25 MHz

MOBILE

Radio Astronomy

5.149

Government use.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

38.25 - 47 MHz

MOBILE

5.150 5.162A

Government use.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

47 - 50 MHz

MOBILE

5.162A 5.164

Services Ancillary to Broadcasting (SAB) may operate in this band.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

50 - 51 MHz

AMATEUR

5.162A 5.164

Amateur service operates in this band. (see Annex A).

51 - 52 MHz

LAND MOBILE

Amateur

5.162A 5.164

Government use.

52 - 68 MHz

LAND MOBILE

5.162A 5.164

Private Business Radio (PMR) operate in the bands 55.75 - 60.75 MHz and 62.75 - 68.00 MHz (see Annex E).

SAB may operate in the bands

52.00-52.95 MHz, 53.75-55.75 MHz, 60.75-62.75 MHz and 67.75-67.8375 MHz.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

68 - 70.5 MHz

LAND MOBILE

Amateur

PMR operates in the band 68.08125 - 70.00625 MHz

(see Annex E).

Government services operate in the band 70 - 70.5 MHz.

Amateurs operate in the band 70 - 70.5 MHz (see Annex A).

70.5 - 71.5 MHz

LAND MOBILE

Emergency services.

71.5 - 72.8 MHz

LAND MOBILE

PMR operate in the band 71.5-71.95 MHz (see Annex E).

72.8 - 74.8 MHz

LAND MOBILE

5.149

Government use.

74.8 - 75.2 MHz

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

5.180

Instrument Landing System (ILS) marker beacons for Air Traffic Control.

75.2 - 76.7 MHz

LAND MOBILE

Government use.

76.7 - 78 MHz

LAND MOBILE

PMR operate in this band (see Annex E).

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

78 - 80 MHz

LAND MOBILE

Government use.

80 - 87.5 MHz

LAND MOBILE

Radio Astronomy

Government use.

Emergency services operate in the band 80.0 - 81.5 MHz.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

87.5 - 108 MHz

BROADCASTING

Frequencies in this band are planned in accordance with the provisions of the Geneva (1984) VHF/FM Broadcasting Plan (GE 84).

108 - 117.975 MHz

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

5.BA03

VOR and ILS localiser.

117.975 - 136 MHz

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

5.111 5.198 5.199 5.200 5.201

Aeronautical position reporting systems may also operate in this band.

Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRBs) operate on 121.5 MHz.

136 -137 MHz

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

Meteorological-Satellite (space to Earth)

5.203

Aeronautical position reporting systems may also operate in this band.

Sonobuoys operate on agreed frequencies in this band.

137 - 138 MHz

SPACE OPERATIONS (space to Earth)

SPACE RESEARCH (space to Earth)

METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE

(space to Earth)

Mobile Satellite (space to Earth)

5.208A 5.209

Land Mobile

5.208

Wide area paging operates in the band 137.9625 - 138.0 MHz (see Annex E).

Sonobuoys operate on agreed frequencies in this band.

Mobile Satellite Service, has primary status in the bands 137.0 - 137.025 MHz and 137.175 - 137.825 MHz..

138-144 MHz

LAND MOBILE

Space Research (space to Earth)

5.210 5.211

Wide area paging operates in the band 138.0 - 138.125 MHz (see Annex E).

Sonobuoys operate on agreed frequencies in this band.

SAB may operate in the bands 139.54375-139.55625 MHz, 139.56875-139.58125 MHz and 139.64375-139.66875 MHz.

Government services operate in the band 141.0-144.0 MHz

144 - 146 MHz

AMATEUR

AMATEUR-SATELLITE

In the event of natural disasters, this band may be used by non-amateur stations to meet the needs of international communications in the disaster area.

Sonobuoys operate on agreed frequencies in this band.

146 - 148 MHz

LAND MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

PMR services operate in this band (see Annex E).

Sonobuoys operate on agreed frequencies in this band.

148 - 149.9 MHz

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

5.218 5.221

Government services operate in the band 149.0-149.9 MHz

PMR services operate in the band 148.0-149.0 MHz.

Maritime Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) may operate within this band.

Little LEOs may operate in this band.(RR 5.218 and RR 5.221)

149.9 - 150.05 MHz

RADIONAVIGATION-SATELLITE

5.220 5.222 5.223

Sonobuoys operate in this band.

150.05 - 152 MHz

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

RADIO ASTRONOMY

5.149

PMR services operate in this band.

Oil slick markers operate in the band 150.50 - 150.55 MHz.

Sonobuoys operate in this band.

152 - 153 MHz

LAND MOBILE

PMR services operate in this band.

Sonobuoys operate in this band.

153 - 154 MHz

LAND MOBILE

Meteorological Aids

Government use.

Wide Area paging operates in the band 153.0125 -153.4875 MHz (see Annex E).

Sonobuoys operate in this band.

154 - 156 MHz

LAND MOBILE

PMR services operate in this band.

Sonobuoys operate in this band.

156 - 156.7625 MHz

MARITIME MOBILE

5.226 5.227

International Maritime service. The band is also utilised for Maritime Business Radio (see Annex E).

Sonobuoys operate in this band.

156.7625 - 157.45 MHz

MARITIME MOBILE

5.111 5.226

International Maritime service (see Annex E).

Sonobuoys operate in this band.

157.45 - 158.525MHz

MARITIME MOBILE

Land Mobile

5.226

Maritime Business Radio services operate in this band (see Annex E).

PMR services operate in the band 157.95-158.525 MHz.

Sonobuoys operate this band.

158.525 - 160.6 MHz

LAND MOBILE

PMR services operate in this band (see Annex E).

Sonobuoys operate in this band.

160.6 - 160.975 MHz

MARITIME MOBILE

5.226

International Maritime service (see Annex E).

Sonobuoys operate in this band.

160.975 - 161.475 MHz

LAND MOBILE

PMR services operate in this band.

Sonobuoys operate in this band.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

161.475 - 162.05MHz

MARITIME MOBILE

5.226

International Maritime service (see Annex E).

Maritime Business Radio services operate in this band (see Annex E).

Sonobuoys operate in this band.

162.05 - 174 MHz

LAND MOBILE

5.229

PMR services operate in the bands 162.550-169.400 MHz , 169.800 - 174.000 MHz (see Annex E).

SAB services may operate on 172.500 MHz.

Paging, ERMES, operate in the band 169.4125 - 169.8125 MHz (see Annex E and Annex B) .

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

174 - 230 MHz

BROADCASTING

FIXED

MOBILE

5.235 5.246

Government use in the band 217.5-223 MHz.

The band 223 - 230 MHz is allocated to Digital Audio Broadcasting (T-DAB).

PMR services may operate in the band 174.0-217.5 MHz.

Wireless microphones may operate in the band 175.0-217.0 MHz.

Remote metering uses 184.00 MHz. (see Annex B)

SAB services may operate in the bands 176.30-176.50 MHz, 184.5-185.1 MHz, 191.60-192.70 MHz and 216.2-217.1 MHz.

230 - 328.6 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE

Radio Astronomy

Mobile Satellite 5.254 5.255

5.111 5.149 5.199 5.256 5.257

Government use.

[EPIRBs operate on 243.0 MHz]

Mobile-Satellite Service operates in the band 312.0 - 315.0 MHz.

328.6 - 335.4 MHz

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

5.258

ILS glide path.

335.4 - 399.9 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE

Mobile-Satellite (space to Earth) 5.208A

5.255

5.254

Government use.

Mobile-Satellite Service operates in the band 387.0 - 390.0 MHz.

The bands 380 - 385 MHz and 390 - 395 MHz are allocated to TETRA Emergency use (see Annex B).

399.9 - 400.05 MHz

RADIONAVIGATION-

SATELLITE 5.222 5.260

5.220

Note: the radionavigation satellite service may also be used by receiving earth stations of the space research service.

400.05 - 400.15 MHz

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND

TIME SIGNAL SATELLITE

5.261

Standard frequency on 400.1 MHz.

400.15 - 401 MHz

METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE

(space to Earth)

SPACE RESEARCH (space to Earth)

5.263

MOBILE-SATELLITE (space to Earth)

5.208A 5.209

Space Operations (space to Earth)

Meteorological Aids

5.264

Government use.

The meteorological aids service is limited to sondes.

401 - 406 MHz

METEOROLOGICAL-AIDS

SPACE OPERATIONS (space to Earth)

FIXED

MOBILE

Meteorological-Satellite (space to Earth)

Government use.

The meteorological aids service is limited to sondes.

406 - 406.1 MHz

MOBILE-SATELLITE (Earth to space)

5.266 5.267

Mobile-satellite service is limited to low power satellite emergency position-indicating radiobeacons.

406.1 - 410 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIO ASTRONOMY

Radiolocation

5.149

Government use.

410 - 420 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE

Space Research (space to space) 5.268

Government use.

The bands 410 - 415 MHz and 420-425 MHz is allocated to TETRA (see Annex B)

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

420 - 450 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIOLOCATION

LAND MOBILE

Amateur-Satellite

Amateur

Earth exploration-satellite (active) 5.5E03

5.138 5.269 5.282 5.286

Government use.

The bands 410 - 415 MHz and 420-425 MHz is allocated to TETRA (see Annex B)

PMR operates in the bands,

425.00625 - 427.75625 MHz,

428.0185 - 428.99375 MHz,

431.0 - 432.0 MHz,

440.00625 - 442.25625 MHz,

442.51875 - 443.49375 MHz

445.50625 - 446.40625 MHz,

447.51875 - 449.49375 MHz.

Civil radiolocation service operates on specified frequencies in the band 434.0 - 438.0 MHz.

Amateur satellite communications in the bands 435.0 - 438.0 MHz (see Annex A).

Amateur service operates in the band 430.0 - 440.0 MHz (power limit 26dBW erp, approx. 400W) (see Annex A).

SAB may operate in the band 446.4250-447.5125 MHz.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

450 - 470 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE

5.209 5.286A 5.286B 5.286C 5.287 5.289

Emergency Services may operate in this band.

Wide area paging services operate in the bands (see Annex E).

454.0125 - 454.8375 MHz and 466.0625 - 466.0875 MHz

PMR services operate in the bands (see Annex E):

453.00625 - 453.99375 MHz, 454.8375 - 454.9875 MHz,

455.46875 - 455.85625 MHz (airports only),

455.99375 - 456.99375 MHz, 459.51875 - 460.49375 MHz,

460.76875 - 461.25625 MHz (airport only),

461.25625 - 462.49375 MHz.

International Marine On-board Communications operate on the paired frequencies 457.525/467.525 MHz, 457.550/ 467.550 MHz, 457.575/467.575 MHz, 457.5375 MHz/ 467.5375 MHz and 457.5625 MHz/467.5625 MHz.

SAB may operate in the bands 454.9875-455.475 MHz, 457.25-457.475 MHz and 467.2625-469.8750 MHz.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

470 - 854 MHz

BROADCASTING

Land Mobile

5.149 5.296 5.302 5.304 5.306 5.311 5.314 5.315 5.316 5.317A

TV Broadcasting Band IV ( 470 - 590) Channels 21 - 35 MHz

TV Broadcasting Band V ( 598 - 854) Channels 37 - 68

The band 821-832 is allocated for PMSE (2014/641/EU)

854 - 862 MHz

FIXED

Land Mobile

5.314 5.316 5.317A

TV Channel 69.

SAB may operate in this band (mostly radio microphones).

Some Government use, mainly transportable radio relays.

862 - 864 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

5.317A

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

Some Government use, mainly transportable radio relays

864 - 888 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE

5.317A

The bands 880 - 915 MHz and 925 - 960 MHz are allocated to GSM/UMTS (Directive 2009/114/EC amending Directive 87/38/EEC) (ECC/DEC/(06)13, see Annex B).

Government band 870 - 888 MHz.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

888 - 890 MHz

MOBILE

5.317A

The bands 880 - 915 MHz and 925 - 960 MHz are allocated to GSM/UMTS (Directive 2009/114/EC amending Directive 87/38/EEC) (ECC/DEC/(06)13, see Annex B).

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

890 - 915 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

Radiolocation

5.317A

The bands 880 - 915 MHz and 925 - 960 MHz are allocated to GSM/UMTS (Directive 2009/114/EC, see Annex B).

Government radiolocation may operate in this band.

915 - 933 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE 5.317A

Radiolocation

Radio astronomy use the band 926 - 934 MHz for pulsars.

933 - 960 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE

except aeronautical mobile 5.317A

Radiolocation

The bands 880 - 915 MHz and 925 - 960 MHz are allocated to GSM/UMTS (Directive 2009/114/EC, see Annex B).

Radiolocation limited to band 935 - 942 MHz.

960 - 1215 MHz

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION 5.328

RADIONAVIGATION-SATELLITE (space to Earth) (space to space) 5.328A 5.BA02

Government and civil radionavigation. Used for DME/TACAN and Government identification systems.

Radio astronomy used band 962 - 970 MHz for the reception of pulsars.

1215 - 1240 MHz

EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (active)

RADIOLOCATION

RADIONAVIGATION-SATELLITE

(space to Earth) (space-to-space) 5.329 5.329A 5.BA02

SPACE RESEARCH (active)

5.331 5.332

Government radiolocation including NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (GPS).

Civil airport radars - 23cm band.

Spaceborne radiolocation for Earth exploration.

1240 - 1260 MHz

RADIOLOCATION

RADIONAVIGATION-SATELLITE

(space to Earth) 5.329 5.329A

Amateur

5.331 5.332

Civil airport radars - 23cm band.

Amateurs restricted to powers of up to 26 dBW for many modes including packet, TV, Morse, etc. (see Annex A).

Spaceborne radiolocation for Earth exploration.

1260 - 1350 MHz

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION 5.337

RADIOLOCATION

RADIONAVIGATION-SATELLITE

(space to Earth) 5.329 5.329A

Amateur

5.149 5.331 5.337A

Civil airport radars - 23cm band.

Amateurs band 1260 - 1300 MHz is restricted to powers of up to 26 dBW eirp, for many modes including packet, TV, Morse, etc. (see Annex A).

1350 - 1400 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIOLOCATION

5.149 5.339 5.BB05

Radio astronomy on band 1370 - 1400 MHz used for study of red shifting hydrogen lines.

Maritime seismic streamer tailbuoys on 1389.5 MHz.

Civil video links permitted on 1394 MHz.

Civil fixed links paired with band 1492 - 1517 MHz (see Annex E).

Government fixed (transportable) links paired with 1427 - 1452 MHz.

1400 - 1427 MHz

EARTH EXPLORATION -

SATELLITE (passive)

RADIO ASTRONOMY

SPACE RESEARCH (passive)

5.340 5.341

Passive band

Radio astronomy service uses this band for hydrogen line studies and mapping pulsars and radio sources.

1427 - 1429 MHz

SPACE OPERATION (Earth to space)

Fixed

Mobile

5.341

Government fixed (transportable) links paired with 1375 - 1400 MHz.

1429 - 1452 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

5.341 5.BB05

Government fixed (transportable) links paired with 1375 - 1400 MHz.

1452 - 1492 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

BROADCASTING-SATELLITE 5.345

BROADCASTING 5.345

5.341 5.AA15

Civil fixed links band for unidirectional fixed links.

This band was allocated to the Broadcasting-satellite service for Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) at WARC-92, but this will remain a secondary service until 1 April 2007.

Electronic communications services operate in this band (EU 2015/750)

1492 - 1518 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

5.341

Civil fixed links paired with 1350-1375 MHz (see Annex E).

Outside Broadcasting links may be used in the band 1488-1491 MHz.

1518 - 1525 MHz

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

MOBILE-SATELLITE (space-to-Earth) 5.348 5.348A 5.BB06 5.BB12

Fixed

5.341

1525 - 1530 MHz

SPACE OPERATION (space to Earth)

MOBILE-SATELLITE

(space to Earth) 5.351A

Mobile except aeronautical mobile

5.349

Fixed

5.341 5.351 5.354 5.AA15

Mobile satellite terminals operate in this band.

1530 - 1535 MHz

MOBILE-SATELLITE

(space to Earth) 5.353A 5.351A

Space Operation (space to Earth)

Earth Exploration-Satellite

5.341 5.351 5.354 5.AA15

Mobile satellite terminals operate in this band.

1535 - 1544 MHz

MOBILE-SATELLITE

(space to Earth) 5.351A

Land mobile-satellite

5.341 5.351 5.353A 5.354 5.356 5.357 5.357A 5.359 5.AA15

Mobile satellite terminals operate in this band.

1544 - 1545 MHz

MOBILE-SATELLITE (space to Earth)

5.341 5.354 5.356 5.AA15

This band is exclusive for Mobile-Satellite distress and safety communications paired with 1645.5 - 1646.5 MHz.

1545 - 1555 MHz

MOBILE-SATELLITE (space to Earth)

5.341 5.351 5.354 5.357 5.357A 5.359 5.351A 5.AA15

Public correspondence with aircraft via satellite may use this band (paired with 1646.5 - 1656.5 MHz).

1555 - 1559 MHz

MOBILE-SATELLITE (space to Earth)

5.341 5.351 5.354 5.359 5.351A 5.AA15

Mobile satellite terminals use this band.

1559 - 1610 MHz

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

RADIONAVIGATION-SATELLITE

(space to Earth) (space-to-space) 5.329A 5.BA02

5.341 5.359A 5.362B 5.362C 5.363

Radionavigation includes NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (GPS).

Allocation to Gibraltar Services

Comments

1610 - 1626.5 MHz

MOBILE-SATELLITE

(Earth-to-space) 5.351A

AERONAUTICAL

RADIONAVIGATION

Radio Astronomy

5.149 5.341 5.359 5.364 5.365 5.366 5.367 5.368 5.371 5.372 5.AA15

The bands 1610-1626.5 MHz and 2483.5-2500 MHz and 1980-2010 MHz and 2170-2200 MHz are allocated to Satellite Personal Communication Systems (S-PCS) (see Annex B).

World-wide aeronautical radionavigation band including associated ground or satellite based facilities

Radio Astronomy on 1610.6-1613.8 MHz

1626.5 - 1660 MHz

MOBILE-SATELLITE (Earth to space)

5.341 5.351 5.353A 5.354 5.357A 5.359 5.374 5.375 5.376 5.351A

Mobile Satellite terminals operate in this band.

The band 1645.5 - 1646.5 MHz is used exclusively for Mobile-Satellite distress and safety communications (paired with 1544 - 1545 MHz).

1660 - 1660.5 MHz

MOBILE-SATELLITE

(Earth to space) 5.351A

RADIO ASTRONOMY

5.149 5.341 5.351 5.354

Radio astronomy service uses this band for hydroxyl line studies.

1660.5 - 1668.0 MHz

RADIO ASTRONOMY

SPACE RESEARCH (passive)

Fixed

Mobile

5.149 5.341 5.379A

Radio astronomy service uses this band for hydroxyl line studies.

1668.0 - 1668.4 MHz

MOBILE-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space) 5.BB06

RADIO ASTRONOMY

SPACE RESEARCH (passive)

Fixed

Mobile except aeronautical mobile

5.149 5.341 5.BB07 5.379A 5.BB08 5.BB09

Radio astronomy service uses this band for hydroxyl line studies.

1668.4 - 1670 MHz

METEOROLOGICAL AIDS

MOBILE-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space) 5.BB06

RADIO ASTRONOMY

Fixed

Mobile except aeronautical mobile

5.149 5.341 5.BB07 5.BB08 5.BB09

Radio astronomy service uses this band for hydroxyl line studies.

1670 - 1675 MHz

METEOROLOGICAL AIDS

METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)

MOBILE-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space) 5.BB06

Fixed

Mobile 5.380

5.341 5.BB07 5.BB08 5.BB11

Radio astronomy service uses this band for hydroxyl line studies.

The bands 1670 - 1675 MHz and 1800 - 1805 MHz are allocated to Terrestrial Flight Telecommunications Systems (TFTS) (see Annex B and Annex C).

1675 - 1690 MHz

METEOROLOGICAL AIDS

METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE (space to Earth)

Fixed

Mobile except aeronautical mobile

5.341

1690 - 1700 MHz

METEOROLOGICAL AIDS

METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE (space to Earth)

Fixed

Mobile except aeronautical mobile

5.289 5.341

1700 - 1710 MHz

METEOROLOGICAL-SATELLITE (space to Earth)

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

5.289 5.341

1710 - 1815.5 MHz

LAND MOBILE 5.380 5.384A 5.388A

Radio Astronomy 5.149 5.385

5.341

The bands 1670 - 1675 MHz and 1800 - 1805 MHz are allocated to Terrestrial Flight Telecommunications Systems TFTS (see Annex B and Annex C).

Radio astronomy service uses this band for hydroxyl line studies.

The bands 1710 - 1785 MHz and 1805 - 1880 MHz are allocated to DCS 1800 (see Annex B).

The band 1785 - 1805 MHz is allocated for PMSE (2014/641/EU)

1815.5 - 2110 MHz

LAND MOBILE 5.388A 5.391

Earth Exploration-Satellite

Space Operation

Space Research

5.388 5.389A 5.389F 5.392

The bands 1610-1626.5 MHz and 2483.5-2500 MHz and 1980-2010 and 2170-2200 MHz are allocated to Satellite Personal Communication Systems (S-PCS) (see Annex B)

The bands 1710 - 1785 MHz and 1805 - 1880 MHz are allocated to DCS 1800 (see Annex B).

The bands 1900-1980 MHz, 2110-2170 MHz are allocated to terrestrial Universal Mobile Telecommunication Systems (UMTS) applications (see Annex B).

The band 2010 - 2025 MHz is allocated for PMSE (EU/2016/339)

2110 - 2290 MHz

LAND MOBILE 5.388A

MOBILE-SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)

Earth Exploration-Satellite

Space Operation

Space Research

5.388 5.389A 5.389F 5.392

The bands 1610-1626.5 MHz and 2483.5-2500 MHz and 1980-2010 and 2170-2200 MHz are allocated to Satellite Personal Communication Systems (S-PCS) (see Annex B)

The bands 1900-1980 MHz and 2110-2170 MHz are allocated to terrestrial Universal Mobile Telecommunication Systems (UMTS) applications (see Annex B).

2290 - 2300 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE

Space Operations (Space to Earth)

Government use, mainly for fixed and transportable links.

Radio astronomy - used for VLBI and pulsars.

2300 - 2450 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE

Amateur

Amateur-Satellite

Radiolocation

5.150 5.282

Government use, mainly for fixed and transportable links.

Amateur secondary at 2310 - 2450 MHz using powers of up to 26 dBW erp, for many modes including packet, TV, Morse, etc. Amateur-Satellite on 2400 - 2450 MHz (see Annex A).

Outside Broadcast fixed links operate in the band 2390 - 2500 MHz.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

2450 - 2500 MHz

MOBILE-SATELLITE

(space-to-Earth) 5.351A

Radiolocation

Fixed

Mobile

5.150 5.371 5.398 5.399 5.402

The bands 1610-1626.5 MHz and 2483.5-2500 MHz and 1980-2010 and 2170-2200 MHz are allocated to Satellite Personal Communication Systems (S-PCS) (see Annex B)

Outside Broadcast fixed links operate in the band 2390 - 2500 MHz.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

2500 - 2520 MHz

FIXED 5.409 5.410 5.411

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile 5.384A

MOBILE-SATELLITE (space-to-Earth) 5.403 5.351A

5.339 5.407 5.413 5.414

The Fixed service is limited to the bands 2520 - 2593 MHz and 2597 - 2670 MHz (see Rec. T/R 13-01, Annex C).

2520 - 2655 MHz

FIXED 5.409 5.410 5.411

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile 5.384A

BROADCASTING-SATELLITE 5.413 5.416

5.339 5.403 5.418B 5.418C

Outside Broadcast fixed links operate in the band 2540 - 2565 MHz.

The Fixed service is limited to the bands 2520 - 2593 MHz and 2597 - 2670 MHz (see Rec. T/R 13-01, Annex C).

2655 - 2690 MHz

FIXED 5.409 5.410 5.411

MOBILE 5.384A

Radio Astronomy

5.149 5.413 5.419 5.420 5.AA15

The Fixed service is limited to the bands 2520 - 2593 MHz and 2597 - 2670 MHz (see Rec. T/R 13-01, Annex C).

2690 - 2700 MHz

EARTH EXPLORATION-

SATELLITE (passive)

RADIO ASTRONOMY

SPACE RESEARCH (passive)

5.340

Radio astronomy service uses this band for mapping pulsars and radio sources.

2700 - 2900 MHz

AERONAUTICAL

RADIONAVIGATION 5.337

Radiolocation

5.423

Civil airport radars - 10 cm band.

Defence aeronautical radars and other miscellaneous radars (for weather etc.).

2900 - 3100 MHz

RADIONAVIGATION 5.426

RADIOLOCATION 5.BA01

5.425 5.427

Civil airport radars - 10 cm band.

Defence aeronautical radars and other miscellaneous radars (for weather etc.).

Shipborne interrogator - transponder systems are limited to the band 2930 - 2950 MHz.

Maritime radionavigation is limited to marine radars.

3100 - 3300 MHz

RADIOLOCATION

5.149

Government radiolocation band.

Spaceborne radiolocation stations in the Earth exploration service operate in this band.

3300 - 3400 MHz

RADIOLOCATION

5.149

Government radiolocation band.

Radio astronomy service uses the bands 3332 - 3339 MHz and 3345.8 - 3352.5 MHz for spectral line observations.

3400 - 3600 MHz

FIXED-SATELLITE (space to Earth)

Radiolocation

Amateur

5.431

Government radiolocation band.

Amateur service operates in this band 3400 - 3475 MHz (see Annex A).

3600 - 4200 MHz

FIXED-SATELLITE (space to Earth)

Fixed

Fixed service is limited to non government use for Fixed radio access and point to point links.

Fixed-satellite service is intended mainly for non-government systems.

4200 - 4400 MHz

AERONAUTICAL

RADIONAVIGATION

5.440

Radio altimeters operate in this band.

4400 - 4500 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE

Government use.

4500 - 4800 MHz

FIXED

FIXED-SATELLITE (space to Earth)

5.441

MOBILE

Government use.

The fixed-satellite service is mainly intended for civil operators in the band 4500-4800 MHz and 6725-7025 MHz in accordance with Appendix 30B of the RR's.

4800 - 5000 MHz

FIXED

MOBILE 5.442

Radio Astronomy

5.149 5.339

Government use.

5000 - 5010 MHz

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

RADIONAVIGATION-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space) 5.443A

5.367

Microwave Landing Systems (MLS) operate in this band.

5010 - 5030 MHz

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

RADIONAVIGATION-SATELLITE (space-to-Earth) (space-to-space) 5.443B 5.BA02

5.367

Microwave Landing Systems (MLS) operate in this band.

5030 - 5150 MHz

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

5.367 5.444 5.444A

Microwave Landing Systems (MLS) operate in this band.

5150 - 5250 MHz

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

FIXED-SATELLITE (Earth to space) 5.447A

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile 5.BD02 5.BD03

5.447B 5.447C

This band is allocated to HIPERLANs (see Annex B, E and F).

5250 - 5255 MHz

EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (active)

RADIOLOCATION

SPACE RESEARCH 5.447D

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile 5.BD02 5.BD04

5.448A 5.BD01

Government use.

5255 - 5350 MHz

EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (active)

RADIOLOCATION

SPACE RESEARCH (active)

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile 5.BD02 5.BD04

5.448A 5.BD01

Government use.

5350 - 5460 MHz

EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (active)

SPACE RESEARCH (active) 5.BD08

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION 5.449

RADIOLOCATION 5.BD05

5.448B

Government use.

5460 - 5470 MHz

RADIONAVIGATION 5.449

EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (active)

SPACE RESEARCH (active)

RADIOLOCATION 5.BD05

5.448B

The Maritime Radionavigation service is limited to shipborne and associated land based radars.

Radiolocation is limited to government use.

5470 - 5570 MHz

MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile 5.BD02 5.BD07

EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (active)

SPACE RESEARCH (active)

RADIOLOCATION 5.BD06

5.452 5.448B

The Maritime Radionavigation service is limited to shipborne and associated land based radars.

Radiolocation is limited to government use.

5570 - 5650 MHz

MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile 5.BD02 5.BD07

RADIOLOCATION 5.BD06

5.452

The Maritime Radionavigation service is limited to shipborne and associated land based radars.

Radiolocation is limited to government use.

5650 - 5725 MHz

RADIOLOCATION

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile 5.BD02 5.BD07

Amateur

Space Research (deep space)

5.282

Radiolocation is limited to government use.

Amateur-satellite service is limited to the band 5830 - 5850 MHz (see Annex A).

5725 - 5850 MHz

FIXED-SATELLITE (Earth to space)

RADIOLOCATION

Amateur

Amateur-Satellite

5.150

Radiolocation is limited to government use.

Amateur satellite service is limited to the band 5830 - 5850 MHz.

The bands 5.795 - 5.805 MHz. 63 - 64 GHz and 76 - 77 GHz are allocated to Road Traffic Telematic (RTT) systems (see Annex B).

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

5850 - 5925 MHz

FIXED-SATELLITE (Earth to space) (space to Earth) 5.441

Fixed

5.149 5.150 5.440 5.458 5.458A 5.458B 5.458C

Fixed service is limited to non-government use.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

5925 - 6700 MHz

FIXED

FIXED-SATELLITE (Earth to space) 5.AA16 ESVXX

MOBILE

5.149 5.440 5.458

Fixed service is limited to non-government use in the band 5925-6425MHz.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

6700 - 7075 MHz

FIXED-SATELLITE (Earth to space) (space to Earth) 5.441

Fixed

5.149 5.150 5.440 5.458 5.458A 5.458B 5.458C

Fixed service is limited to non-government use.

The fixed-satellite service is mainly intended for civil operators in the band 4500-4800 MHz and 6725-7025 MHz in accordance with Appendix 30B.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

7075 - 7145 MHz

MOBILE

Fixed

5.458

Non government use.

SAB may operate in the band 7110-7250 MHz.

7145 - 7235 MHz

MOBILE

SPACE RESEARCH (Earth-to-space) 5.460

Fixed

5.458

Non government use.

SAB may operate in the band 7110-7250 MHz.

7235 - 7250 MHz

MOBILE

Fixed

5.458

Non government use.

SAB may operate in the band 7110-7250 MHz.

7250 - 7300 MHz

FIXED-SATELLITE (space to Earth)

MOBILE

5.461

Fixed-satellite service is limited to government use.

7300 - 7750 MHz

FIXED

FIXED-SATELLITE (space to Earth)

LAND MOBILE

METEOROLOGICAL-

SATELLITE

MOBILE-SATELLITE (space to Earth)

5.461

Fixed service is limited to the band 7425 - 7900 MHz, for non-government use.

Fixed-satellite service is for government use.

Meteorological satellites use the band 7450 - 7500 MHz.

Government use of Mobile satellite systems are confined to 7250 - 7300 MHz.

7750 - 7900 MHz

FIXED

LAND MOBILE

Fixed service is limited to the band 7425 - 7900 MHz, for non-government use.

7900 - 8025 MHz

FIXED

FIXED-SATELLITE (Earth to space)

MOBILE-SATELLITE (Earth to space)

LAND MOBILE

5.461

Government use.

8025 - 8175 MHz

FIXED

FIXED-SATELLITE (Earth to space)

MOBILE-SATELLITE (Earth to space)

EARTH EXPLORATION-

SATELLITE (Earth to space)

LAND MOBILE

Government use.

The Earth exploration satellite service is limited to the frequencies 8040 MHz and 8140 MHz.

8175 - 8215 MHz

FIXED

FIXED-SATELLITE (Earth to space)

METEOROLOGICAL-

SATELLITE (Earth to space)

MOBILE-SATELLITE (Earth to space)

LAND MOBILE

Government use.

8215 - 8400 MHz

FIXED

FIXED-SATELLITE (Earth to space)

MOBILE-SATELLITE (Earth to space)

Government use.

8400 - 8500 MHz

FIXED

RADIOLOCATION

SPACE RESEARCH (space to Earth) 5.465

Government use.

Space research is by agreement with Government users of this band and is limited to deep space.

8500 - 8750 MHz

RADIOLOCATION

5.468

Government use.

8750 - 8850 MHz

RADIOLOCATION

AERONAUTICAL

RADIONAVIGATION 5.470

5.471

Government use.

8850 - 9000 MHz

RADIOLOCATION

MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION

5.472

Government use.

9000 - 9200 MHz

AERONAUTICAL

RADIONAVIGATION 5.337

Radiolocation

5.471

Government use.

9200 - 9300 MHz

RADIOLOCATION

MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION

5.472

5.474

Government use.

The maritime radionavigation service is for shipborne radar and racons, with harbour radar by special agreement with other users of this band.

Civil low power use (see Annex E and Annex F).

9300 - 9500 MHz

RADIONAVIGATION 5.476

Radiolocation

5.427 5.474 5.475

The maritime radionavigation service is for shipborne radar and racons, with harbour radar by special agreement with other users of this band.

9500 - 10000 MHz

RADIOLOCATION

5.477 5.479

Government use.

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