Proposal of new licensing conditions for amateur radio stations

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Proposal

 

Measure

Office for the Regulation of Electronic Communications and Postal Services

 

With …/2022,

 

laying down the technical and operational conditions for amateur stations

 

Office for the Regulation of Electronic Communications and Postal Services pursuant to § 52 ods. 9 Act no. 452/2021 WITH. With. on electronic communications:

 

  • 1

Subject matter and scope of the adjustment

This measure lays down details for the technical and operational conditions of amateur stations.

 

  • 2

Basic terms

For the purposes of this measure::

  1. amateur service radio communication service for self-education purposes, mutual communication and technical study carried out by amateurs, which are operators or operators without individual authorization to use frequencies, and who are interested in radio communication technology with an exclusively personal interest and without financial benefit,
  2. amateur satellite service radio communication service using space stations located on artificial satellites of the Earth for the purposes of amateur service,
  3. amateur radio station (hereinafter referred to as "amateur station") one or more transmitting and receiving radio equipment, including control devices and antenna systems, operating in the frequency bands reserved for the amateur service, or amateur satellite service,
  4. amateur station of a legal entity amateur station of a radio club,
  5. call sign unique designation of an amateur station, which allows its identification,
  6. transmitter for radio orienteering transmitting radio equipment of limited power, operated on assigned frequencies, which is intended to transmit beacon signals for radio orienteering,
  7. retransmission amateur station unattended amateur station designed for retransmission of amateur station signals, it can also be part of the amateur radio network,
  8. amateur radio station beacon unattended, which is used to determine the conditions of radio wave propagation,
  9. digital repeater amateur station with operated or unattended operation, which receives digital signals from an amateur station and sends them to another amateur station directly or via the amateur radio network,
  10. amateur radio network node (hereinafter referred to as the "node") intelligent unattended digital repeater for automatic transmission of messages to designated amateur stations in the same amateur radio network,
  11. universal node of the amateur radio network universal unattended node, used to automatically transmit messages to designated amateur stations on other amateur radio networks, it is an automatic interconnection of networks with different operations.
  12. automatic packet reporting system amateur radio digital system used for the exchange of messages and information,
  13. an unattended amateur station usually connected to a node, designed for automatic reception, broadcasting and storing amateur messages,
  14. amateur radio network a set of interconnected devices used to transmit messages between amateur stations, for example, nodes, gateway, data boxes, relay stations and automatic packet reporting system,
  15. operated operation operation of an amateur station, in which the operator physically operates the amateur station at its station or remotely via the control terminal,
  16. unattended operation operation of an amateur station, which the operator does not physically or remotely operate, involving the operation of lighthouses, retransmission stations, repeaters, nodes, data boxes and an automatic packet reporting system,
  17. operating a station uses an amateur station to receive and transmit radio waves,
  18. permanent residence means one or more places listed in the individual authorization for the use of frequencies, from where the operator permanently operates an amateur station,
  19. operator a natural person, which holds a valid individual license to use frequencies,
  20. operator without an individual license to use the frequencies a natural person, which is preparing to carry out an examination of the special professional competence of an amateur station operator, and which can operate an amateur station only under the supervision of a supervising operator,
  21. supervising operator, which oversees the operation of the operator without individual authorization to use the frequencies,
  22. the lead operator is the operator listed as the responsible person in the individual permit for the use of the frequencies of a legal entity or an unattended amateur station, which ensures contact with the office and is a person authorized to act on behalf of the amateur station of a legal entity and an unserved amateur station.
  23. any public announcement made for remuneration or other consideration, including self-promotion, by advertising, intended to promote sales, purchase or rental of goods or services, including real estate, rights and obligations, or achieve another effect pursued by the advertiser or the broadcaster,
  24. frequency stability the ability to maintain a constant frequency over a period of time,
  25. artificial load device used to load the transmitter for measurement and testing purposes,
  26. the signal transmitted by the keying oscillation on the rising and falling edges of the pulse,
  27. My Q code, a three-letter abbreviation beginning with the letter Q, which is used in operation to shorten and speed up the transmission of a set of standardized questions and answers,
  28. ab) European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (hereinafter referred to as "CEPT") European Strategy and Regulatory Authority for Postal and Electronic Communications,
  29. ac) Class N certificate, certificate of special professional competence of an amateur station operator, issued in accordance with special regulations[1]),
  30. ad) Class E certificate means a certificate of special professional competence of an amateur station operator, issued in accordance with special regulations[2]),
  31. ae) remote amateur station amateur station usually more than 1000 km in the frequency band of very short waves and more than 3000 km in the shortwave frequency band,
  32. of) report the evaluation of the signal of the communicating amateur station, while readability is evaluated depending on the type of operation, intensity, tone and possibly other signal parameters,
  33. ag) occasional amateur station, an amateur station broadcasting for a short time on the occasion of a major amateur radio station, historical, social, sporting or other event,
  34. ah) a special amateur station is an amateur station of a legal entity with nationwide scope,
  35. ai) a competitive amateur station means an amateur station broadcasting in short-term amateur radio competitions, except those, which are announced only for Slovak and / or Czech stations.
DK7ZB yagi antenna at 144MHz
DK7ZB yagi antenna at 144MHz
  • 3

Permission to operate amateur stations

  • An amateur station with serviced or unserviced operation can only be operated on the basis of a valid individual license to use frequencies (hereinafter referred to as "permit") according to a special regulation[3]).
  • If the applicant submits a type E certificate to the permit application, the Office will issue him with a CEPT amateur radio license in accordance with a special regulation[4]).

 

  • If the applicant submits an N-type certificate to the permit application, the office will issue him with the CEPT Novice amateur radio permit according to a special regulation[5]).

 

  • In case of damage, loss or theft of the permit, the permit holder is entitled to request the authority to issue a duplicate permit. In the application for the issuance of a duplicate permit, he shall state his name and surname, address of permanent residence, date of birth and call sign, which was assigned to him in the individual license to use frequencies.

 

  • An operator or an operator without an individual license to use frequencies is obliged to operate stations intended for conversion to amateur stations only within the frequency bands reserved for amateur service.

 

  • During the operation of the amateur station on a permanent site and during the operation of the amateur station outside the permanent site, the permit holder is obliged to show a valid permit when performing supervision according to a special regulation[6]).

 

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with the following data

The Office shall issue a permit for a maximum of 10 years. Permits issued for occasional brands, competition stations, issues occasional stations and guest permits for foreigners valid for a period of no more than one calendar year.

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Responsibility for the amateur station

  • The license holder is responsible for operating the amateur station.

 

  • The lead operator is responsible for the amateur station of the legal entity and the unmanned amateur station. The head operator of an amateur legal entity keeps a list of operators. They are listed in the list of operators:
  1. names and surnames, call signs and operator classes,
  2. names and surnames of operators without their own permission,
  3. the deadline for defining the consent to operate an amateur station.
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Operator classes

  • The prerequisite for the inclusion of an amateur station operator in individual classes is the acquisition of the special professional qualification of the amateur station operator and the proof of a valid certificate of the special professional qualification of the amateur station operator.

 

  • According to the certificate of special professional competence of the amateur station operator, operators are classified into one of the following classes:

 

  1. Class N operators may operate transmitters with equipment output power of up to 100 W and work in the frequency bands listed in table no. 1 to no. 5, Annex no. 1, which forms part of this measure, including those types of operation,
  2. Class E operators may operate transmitters with equipment output power of up to 750 W and work in the frequency bands listed in table no. 1 to no. 5, Annex no. 1, which forms part of this measure, including those types of operation.

 

  • Foreign operators, who hold a CEPT Novice permit issued in accordance with a special regulation5) they can work in the Slovak Republic within the scope of class N, in the frequency bands listed in table no. 1 to no. 5, Annex no. 1, which forms part of this measure.

 

  • Foreign operators, who are holders of a CEPT permit issued in accordance with a special regulation4) they can work in the Slovak Republic within the scope of class E, in the frequency bands listed in table no. 1 to no. 5, Annex no. 1, which forms part of this measure.
radiostanica SDR
SDR radiostanica
  • 7

Operation of amateur stations

  • Operators are authorized to establish connections only with other amateur stations or with stations, which are allowed to communicate with amateur stations.

 

  • Based on the reasoned request of the permit holder to change the individual permit according to a special regulation[7]) may be authorized by the Office
  1. higher transmitter power for amateur radio racing, competitions or in cases of intention to establish connections with distant amateur stations,
  2. other types of broadcasting, as listed in Annex 1,
  3. operation in other frequency bands, as specified in Annex no. 1.

 

  • The amateur station of a natural person may also be operated with his consent and under his call sign
  1. unlicensed operator within the scope of class N under the supervision of a supervising operator,
  2. license holder within the scope of his operator class, maximum, however, within the range of the holder's operator class.
  3. holder of an authorization to operate an amateur station other than in accordance with point b) within the scope of its operator class, maximum, however, within the range of the holder's operator class.

 

  • The legal entity's amateur station can only be operated under its call sign
  1. We made the first historical connection via a converter
  2. operator, entered in the list of amateur station operators within the scope of his operator class,
  3. operator without permission, which is entered in the list of operators of the amateur station, only to the extent of class N under the supervision of the supervising operator.

 

  • If amateur radio network operators cannot otherwise connect with operators or foreign data network equipment, or foreign data network operators cannot otherwise connect to amateur radio network operators or equipment, they are authorized to connect via data networks of other operators.
Mast with antennas for HF and VHF
Mast with antennas for HF and VHF at OM0AAJ
  • 8

Use of the CEPT and CEPT Novice permit outside the home country

with the following data, which is used by the license holder of another country when broadcasting in the Slovak Republic has the following form:

 

OM / own call sign of the permit holder

 

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Broadcast content

  • The operator is obliged to use the full call signs of both corresponding amateur stations at the beginning and at the end of each connection with the type of operation., At the beginning and end of each connection, the full call signs of the two corresponding amateur stations must be used by the type of operation.. For longer connections, the operator is obliged to repeat their own call sign each 5 minutes. The operator is not obliged to state both marks when participating in amateur radio competitions and during forwarding operations.

 

  • The operator is obliged to use frequency bands intended for the amateur service only for the operation of the amateur service, unless this paragraph provides otherwise. Also, the operator is obliged to broadcast only in clear and distinct speech, or using international Q-codes, It is possible to use a radio station, It is possible to use a radio station.

 

  • The operator is prohibited from broadcasting
  1. messages containing the subject of a trade secret or classified information in accordance with a special regulation[8]),
  2. news and programs having the nature of advertising broadcasting,
  3. messages and announcements for third parties, which are not related to amateur radio activity,
  4. messages without a call sign,
  5. a technique that makes it impossible to identify the broadcast message and call signs,
  6. vulgar and indecent expressions.

 

 

  • At the beginning and end of each connection, the full call signs of the two corresponding amateur stations must be used by the type of operation., in the case of natural disasters and other urgent reasons, the operator is authorized to use amateur stations and frequencies designated for the amateur service to transmit messages to avert imminent danger. The operator is obliged to make a verifiable record of this operation.

 

  • When practicing the amateur radio emergency service, the operator is authorized to use the amateur stations and frequencies designated for the amateur service to transmit practice messages, while he must make a verifiable record of such operation. The organizer of such training is obliged to notify the Office of the planned date of the training of the amateur radio emergency service at least 14 calendar days before the exercise.

 

  • The operator can only transmit internationally used MO characters during radio orientation, MOE, MOI, MOS, MOH and MO5 without call signs.
TCVR QRPver DC-3001 Minion Mini-1
TCVR QRPver DC-3001 Minion Mini-1
  • 10

Broadcasting away from a permanent location

  • Authorization holder, who operates an amateur station outside a permanent location is in operation

 

  1. portable device authorized to complete its own call sign as follows:

call sign, where P is an abbreviation of the word portable,

 

  1. authorized to supplement its own call sign as follows:

call sign / M, where M is an abbreviation of the word mobile,

 

  1. from the ship is obliged to add his own call sign as follows:

call sign / MM, where MM is an abbreviation of the words maritime mobile,

 

  1. from the plane, he is obliged to add his own call sign as follows:

call sign, where AM stands for aeronautical mobile.

 

  • An amateur station from a ship or aircraft can only be operated with the consent of the operator of the ship or aircraft.

 

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Station log

Class N operator, who wishes to carry out tests of the special professional competence of an operator of Class E amateur stations must have completed at least 500 connection and can perform such tests no earlier than one year after obtaining the N class certificate. These facts are proved by the station diary, in which the permit holder provides data on the connections made at least to this extent

  1. date and time of each connection made,
  2. frequency band used,
  3. type of operation,
  4. call sign of the opposite station,
  5. exchanged reports.
ILER transceiver GM4JMU
ILER transceiver GM4JMU
  • 12

Technical provisions

  • The operator is obliged to provide, that the frequency stability during transmission meets the requirements given in table no. 6 Annex no. 1, which forms part of this measure.

 

  • The operator is obliged to provide, that the modulation depth of the amplitude-modulated carrier signal by the undesired alternating component is less than 5%, and is obliged to prevent the occurrence of keying wobbles.

 

  • The operator is obliged to provide, that for all types of operation with frequency or amplitude modulation, a member or element effectively limiting low-frequency signals above 3 kHz.

 

  • The operator is obliged to provide, so that the bandwidth occupied by broadcasting does not exceed the maximum bandwidth established in table no. 1 to no. 6 Annex no. 1.

 

  • The operator is obliged to ensure compliance with the following conditions during the operation of the radio orienteering run:
    1. in the frequency band 3,5 MHz is the maximum power of the transmitter 5 W and antenna length 20 m,
    2. in the frequency band 144 MHz is the maximum power of the transmitter 10 W and dipole antenna,
    3. the permitted type of operation is A1A, A2A, F1A a F2A,
    4. permitted frequency bands are listed in table no. 7 Annex no. 1, which forms part of this measure.

 

  • The operator is obliged to carry out every test broadcast, with the exception of setting the antenna circuits of the transmitter, into an artificial load.

 

  • The operator is obliged to provide, so that the antenna does not emit any high-frequency energy during the change of the transmitted frequency; this does not apply to the amateur-satellite service.

 

  • If the operator does not comply with the parameters set according to this measure or the individual permission to use the frequencies due to a malfunction of the radio equipment, the operator disables the radio device from operation until the fault is removed.

 

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Call signs

  • Amateur radio call signs (hereinafter referred to as "brands) are issued according to the address of the permanent post, when issuing a permit or changing the call sign.

 

  • When changing residence, or changing the operator's class from class N to class E, the operator's marks are left unchanged, if he does not request to change them.

 

  • Badges for competitive amateur stations are issued only to holders of individual amateur station permits of operator class E and to amateur stations of legal entities, whose lead operator has an operator class E permit. Marks for competitive amateur stations are intended for use in all short-wave and very short-wave races except those, which are announced only for Slovak and / or Czech amateur stations. Licenses for amateur competition stations are issued for a period of one calendar year.

 

  • Marks for occasional amateur stations are issued for a maximum period of one calendar year.

 

  • Marks are issued and allocated based on the class of operator of amateur stations and according to the purpose of use of the mark according to Annex no. 2 of this measure.

 

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Transitional provision

Marks issued by the Office, which were issued to permit holders before the entry into force of this regulation remain valid.

 

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This measure shall enter into force 1. July 2022.

 

Ing. Ivan Marták, v.r.

Icom IC-705
Icom IC-705

 

Annex no. 1 to measure no. …/2022

Table no. 1 - HF frequency bands

 

Frequency band Frequency range [kHz] Max. bandwidth [Hz] Type of operation Service category Notes and activity centers (CA)
135,7 – 137,8 200 CW, QRSS, DIGI secondary – max. EiRP performance 1 W
472 – 475 200 CW secondary – max. EiRP performance 1 W
475 – 479 all types of operation secondary – max. EiRP performance 1 W

– CW, DIGI

1,8

MHz

1810 – 1838 200 CW preferred – 1836 kHz – CA QRP
1838 – 1840 500 all types of operation preferred
1840 – 1843 2700 all types of operation preferred – DIGI
1843 – 1850 2700 all types of operation preferred  

 

1850 – 2000 2700 all types of operation secondary – max. performance 10 W
3,5

MHz

3500 – 3570 200 CW preferred – 3500 – 3510 kHz – priority for intercontinental connections, may not be used in racing, if DX operation is not part of the race

– preferred segment for CW contests: 3555 kHz – CA QRS, 3560 kHz – CA QRP

3570 – 3580 200 all types of operation preferred – DIGI
3580 – 3600 500 all types of operation preferred – 3590 – 3600 kHz - it is also possible to use unattended DIGI stations

– DIGI

3600 – 3620 2700 all types of operation preferred – it is also possible to use unserved DIGI stations

– preferred segment for SSB contests

– DIGI

3620 – 3800 2700 all types of operation preferred – 3620 – 3650 kHz a 3700 – 3800 kHz - preferred segment for SSB contests

– 3775 – 3800 kHz priority for intercontinental connections

– 3630 kHz - CA digital voice

– 3690 kHz - CA SSB QRP

– 3735 kHz – CA SSTV

– 3760 kHz – CA ARES

5 MHz 5351,5 – 5354 200 CW secondary – max. EiRP performance 15 W
5354 – 5366 2700 all types of operation secondary – max. EiRP performance 15 W

– USB is recommended for voice control

5366 – 5366,5 20 secondary – max. EiRP performance 15 W
7 MHz 7000 – 7040 200 CW preferred – 7030 kHz - CA QRP
7040 – 7050 500 all types of operation preferred – 7047 – 7050 kHz - it is also possible to use unattended DIGI stations

– DIGI

7050 – 7060 2700 all types of operation preferred – 7050 – 7053 kHz - it is also possible to use unattended DIGI stations

– DIGI

7060 – 7100 2700 all types of operation preferred – preferred segment for SSB contests

– 7070 kHz - CA digital voice

– 7090 kHz - CA QRP SSB

7100 – 7130 2700 all types of operation preferred – 7110 kHz – CA ARES
7130 – 7175 2700 all types of operation preferred – preferred segment for SSB contests

– 7165 kHz – CA SSTV

7175 – 7200 2700 all types of operation preferred – preferred segment for SSB contests

– for intercontinental connections

10 MHz 10100 – 10130 200 CW secondary – 10116 kHz - CA CW QRP
10130 – 10150 500 all types of operation secondary – DIGI
14 MHz 14000 – 14060 200 CW preferred – preferred segment for CW contests

– 14055 kHz – CA QRS

14060 – 14070 200 CW preferred – 14060 kHz - CA CW QRP
14070 – 14089 500 all types of operation preferred – DIGI
14089 – 14099 500 all types of operation preferred – it is also possible to use unserved DIGI stations

– DIGI

14099 – 14101 IBP beacons preferred
14101 – 14112 2700 all types of operation preferred – it is also possible to use unserved DIGI stations

– DIGI

14112 – 14125 2700 all types of operation preferred
14125 – 14300 2700 all types of operation preferred – preferred segment for SSB contests

– 14130 kHz - CA digital voice

– 14195 +/ – 5 kHz - priority for DX expeditions

– 14230 kHz – CA SSTV

– 14285 kHz - CA QRP SSB

14300 – 14350 2700 all types of operation preferred – 14300 kHz – CA global emergency
18 MHz 18068 – 18095 200 CW preferred – 18086 kHz - CA CW QRP
18095 – 18105 500 all types of operation preferred  

– DIGI

 

18105 – 18109 500 all types of operation preferred – it is also possible to use unserved DIGI stations

– DIGI

18109 – 18111 IBP beacons preferred
18111 – 18120 2700 all types of operation preferred – it is also possible to use unserved DIGI stations

– DIGI

18120 – 18168 2700 all types of operation preferred – 18130 kHz - CA QRP SSB

– 18150 kHz - CA digital voice

– 18160 kHz – CA emergency

21 MHz 21000 – 21070 200 CW preferred – 21055 kHz – CA QRS

– 21060 kHz - CA QRP

21070 – 21090 500 all types of operation preferred – DIGI
21090 – 21110 500 all types of operation preferred – it is also possible to use unserved DIGI stations

– DIGI

21110 – 21120 2700 all types of operation preferred – it is also possible to use unserved DIGI stations

– use of SSB is prohibited

– DIGI

21120 – 21149 500 all types of operation preferred
21149 – 21151 IBP beacons preferred
21151 – 21450 2700 all types of operation preferred – 21180 kHz - CA digital voice

– 21285 kHz - CA QRP SSB

– 21340 kHz – CA SSTV

21360 kHz – CA global emergency

24 MHz 24890 – 24915 200 CW preferred – 24906 kHz - CA CW QRP
24915 – 24925 500 all types of operation preferred – DIGI
24925 – 24929 500 all types of operation preferred – it is also possible to use unserved DIGI stations

– DIGI

24929 – 24931 IBP beacons preferred
24931 – 24940 2700 all types of operation preferred – it is also possible to use unserved DIGI stations

– DIGI

24940 – 24990 2700 all types of operation preferred – 24950 kHz - CA QRP SSB

– 24960 kHz - CA digital voice

28 MHz 28000 – 28070 200 CW preferred – 28055 kHz – CA QRS

– 28060 kHz - CA QRP

28070 – 28120 500 all types of operation preferred – DIGI
28120 – 28150 500 all types of operation preferred – it is also possible to use unserved DIGI stations

– DIGI

28150 – 28190 500 all types of operation preferred
28190 – 28225 Lighthouses preferred – 28190 – 28199 kHz – time-coordinated regional beacons

– 28199 – 28201 kHz - IBP beacons

– 28201 – 28225 kHz - permanently transmitting beacons

28225 – 28300 2700 all types of operation,

lighthouses

preferred
28300 – 28320 2700 all types of operation preferred – it is also possible to use unserved DIGI stations

– DIGI

28320 – 29000 2700 all types of operation preferred – 28330 kHz - CA digital voice

– 28360 kHz - CA QRP SSB

– 28680 kHz – CA SSTV

29000 – 29100 6000 all types of operation preferred
29100 – 29200 6000 all types of operation preferred – FM simplex – 10 kHz channel
29200 – 29300 6000 all types of operation preferred – it is also possible to use unserved DIGI stations

– DIGI

29300 – 29510 6000 Satellite connection preferred
29510 – 29520 Protective segment preferred
29520 – 29590 6000 all types of operation preferred – FM converter - input (RH1 – RH8)
29600 6000 all types of operation preferred – FM call channel
29610 6000 all types of operation preferred – FM Simplex Converter – (parrot, input and output)
29620 – 29700 6000 all types of operation preferred – FM converter - output (RH1 – RH8)

 

 

Table no. 2 - VHF frequency bands

Frequency band Frequency range [MHz] Max. bandwidth [Hz] Type of operation Service category Notes and activity centers (CA)
50 MHz 50 – 50,1 500 lighthouses, telegraphy preferred – 50,05 MHz – CA

– 50,09 MHz - CA intercontinental

50,1 – 50,2 2700 SSB, telegraphy preferred – 50,1 – 50,13 MHz - intercontinental connections

– 50,11 MHz – CA

– 50,15 MHz – CA

– 50,13 – 50,2 MHz - international connections

50,2 – 50,3 2700 SSB, telegraphy preferred – general use

– 50,285 MHz – crossband

50,3 – 50,4 2700 all types of operation, MGM preferred – 50,305 MHz – CA PSK

– 50,31 – 50,32 MHz - CA EME

– 50,32 – 50,38 MHz – CA MS

50,4 – 50,5 1000 MGM, telegraphy preferred – 50,401 MHz +/ – 500 Hz - WSPR beacons
50,5 – 52 12 kHz all types of operation secondary – 50,51 MHz – SSTV

– 50,52 – 50,54 MHz - simple FM internet voice gateways (gateways)

– 50,54 – 50,58 MHz – simplexné FM/DV (digital voice) internet voice gateways (gateways)

– 50,55 MHz - working frequency of the image

– 50,6 MHz – RTTY (FSK)

– 50,6 – 50,75 MHz - digital communications

– 50,63 MHz - calling frequency for digital voice (DV)

– 50,71 – 50,89 MHz - output channels of FM / DV converters

– 50,9 – 51,2 MHz - for broadband digital experiments

– 51,21 – 51,39 MHz – input channels of FM/DV converters

– 51,41 – 51,59 MHz - FM / DV simplex channels

– 51,51 MHz - FM calling frequency

– 51,81 – 51,99 MHz – output channels of FM/DV converters

– 51,4 – 52 MHz - for digital experiments

70 MHz 70 – 70,09 1000 MGM, telegraphy secondary – coordinated beacons
70,09 – 70,1 1000 MGM, telegraphy secondary – temporary and personal beacons

– 70,091 MHz - personal WSPR beacons

70,1 – 70,25 2700 SSB, telegraphy, MGM secondary – 70,185 MHz – CA crossband

– 70,2 MHz - CA CW / SSB call

– 70,25 MHz – CA MS

70,250 – 70,294 12 kHz AM, FM secondary – 70,26 MHz - AM / FM call

– 70,27 MHz – CA MGM

70,294 – 70,5 12 kHz FM secondary – 70,3125 MHz - digital communication

– 70,325 MHz - digital communication

– 70,45 MHz - FM call

– 70,4875 MHz - digital communication

– FM Channeling – 12,5 kHz

144 MHz 144 – 144,025 2700 all types of operation preferred – satellite descent only
144,025 – 144,1 500 telegraphy preferred – 144,05 MHz - telegraphic call

– 144,1 MHz – MS random

144,1 – 144,15 500 MGM, telegraphy preferred – 144,11 – 144,16 MHz – CW a MGM EME
144,15 – 144,4 2700 SSB, telegraphy, MGM preferred – 144,195 – 144,205 MHz – random MS SSB

– 144,3 MHz CA SSB

144,4 – 144,49 500 MGM, telegraphy preferred – lighthouses
144,491 – 144,493 500 personal MGM beacons preferred – experimental use of low power MGM
144,5 – 144,794 20 kHz all types of operation preferred – 144,5 MHz – IMC (SSTV, you only need to set the optimal level of the transmitted modulation using the RP1 trimmer and mode)

– 144,6 MHz - data CA (MGM, RTTY)

– 144,75 MHz - ATV transponders

144,794 – 144,9625 12 kHz MGM DIGI preferred – 144,8 MHz – APRS

– 144,8125 MHz - DV Internet Voice Gateway

– 144,825 MHz - DV Internet Voice Gateway

– 144,8375 MHz - DV Internet Voice Gateway

– 144,85 MHz - DV Internet Voice Gateway

– 144,8625 MHz - DV Internet Voice Gateway

144,975 – 145,194 12 kHz FM, digital voice preferred – input channels of converters
145,194 – 145,206 12 kHz FM, digital voice preferred – cosmic communication
145,206 – 145,5625 12 kHz FM, digital voice preferred – 145,2375 MHz – FM internet voice gateway

– 145,2875 MHz – FM internet voice gateway

– 145,3375 MHz – FM internet voice gateway

– 145,375 MHz - digital call channel

– 145,5 MHz - FM call channel

145,575 – 145,7935 12 kHz FM, digital voice preferred – output channels of converters
145,794 – 145,806 12 kHz FM, digital voice preferred – cosmic communication
145,806 – 146 12 kHz all types of operation preferred – satellite operation

 

 

 

Table no. 3 - UHF frequency bands

 

Frequency band Frequency range [MHz] Max. bandwidth [Hz] Type of operation Service category Notes and activity centers (CA)
430 MHz 430 – 431,975 20 kHz all types of operation preferred – 430,025 – 430,375 MHz - output channels of FM converters (1,6 MHz shift)

– 430,4 – 430,575 MHz - digital communication

– 430,6 – 430,925 MHz - channels for digital communication converters

– 430,925 – 431,025 MHz - multimode channels

– 431,05 – 431,825 MHz - input channels of digital converters (7,6 MHz shift)

– 431,625 – 431,975 MHz - input channels of digital converters (1,6 MHz shift)

432 – 432,1 500 MGM, telegraphy preferred – 432,050 MHz – CA telegraphy
432,1 – 432,4 2700 MGM, telegraphy, SSB preferred – 432,191 – 432,193 MHz - experimental MGM (bandwidth 500 kHz)

– 432,2 MHz – CA SSB

– 432,35 MHz - CA microwave repeater

– 432,37 MHz - CA Weather Scatter

432,4 – 432,49 500 MGM, telegraphy preferred – lighthouses
432,5 – 432,975 12 kHz all types of operation preferred – 432,5 MHz - new APRS frequencies

– 432,6 – 432,9875 kHz - input channels of converters (channel spacing 25 kHz, 2 MHz shift)

433 – 433,375 12 kHz FM, digital voice preferred – input channels of converters (channel spacing 25 kHz, 1,6 MHz shift)
433,4 – 433,575 12 kHz FM, digital voice preferred – 433,4 MHz – SSTV (FM / AFSK)

– 433,45 MHz - digital voice - calling

– 433,5 MHz - FM call

433,6 – 434 all types of operation preferred – 433,625 – 433,775 MHz - channels for digital communication

– 434 MHz - center frequency for digital experiments

434 – 434,981 12 kHz all types of operation – ATV preferred – 434,45 – 434,575 MHz - channels for digital communication

– 434,6 – 434,9875 - converter output channels (channel spacing 12,5 kHz, 1,6 or 2 MHz shift)

435 – 436 satellite service preferred
436 – 438 satellite service, DATV/data preferred – CA DATV/date
438 – 440 all types of operation preferred – 438,025 – 438,175 MHz - channels for digital communication

– 438,2 – 438,525 MHz - channels for digital communication converters

– 438,55 – 438,625 MHz - multi modes

– 438,65 – 439,425 MHz - output channels for converters (7,6 MHz shift)

– 439,8 – 439,975 MHz - channels for digital communication lines

1200 MHz 1240 – 1240,5 2700 all types of operation secondary
1240,5 – 1240,75 500 MGM, telegraphy secondary – lighthouses
1240,75 – 1241 20 kHz FM / digital voice secondary
1241 – 1243,25 20 kHz all types of operation secondary – 1242,025 – 1242,25 MHz - converters - output

– 1242,275 – 1242,7 MHz - converters - output

– 1242,725 – 1243,25 MHz - digital communication

1243,25 – 1260 (D)ATV secondary – 1258,15 – 1259,35 MHz - converters - output
1260 – 1270 satellite services secondary
1270 – 1272 20 kHz all types of operation Secondary – 1270,025 – 1270,7 MHz - converters - input

– 1270,725 – 1271,25 MHz - digital communication

1272 – 1290,994 (D)ATV secondary
1290,994 – 1291,481 20 kHz FM / digital voice secondary – converters - input - 25 kHz channel spacing
1291,494 – 1296 all types of operation secondary – 1293,15 – 1294,35 MHz - converters - input R20 - R68
1296 – 1296,15 500 MGM, telegraphy secondary – 1296 – 1296,025 MHz – reflection from the moon

– 1296,138 MHz – CA PSK31

1296,15 – 1296,8 2700 MGM, telegraphy, SSB secondary – 1296,2 MHz - CA narrowband

– 1296,4 – 1296,6 MHz – linear transponder input

– 1296,5 MHz – FAX

– 1296,6 MHz - narrowband data CA (MGM, RTTY)

– 1296,6 – 1296,7 MHz – linear transponder output

– 1296,741 – 1296,743 MHz - experimental MGM (500 Hz)

– 1296,75 – 1296,8 MHz - local beacons

1296,8 – 1296,994 500 MGM, telegraphy secondary – lighthouses
1296,994 – 1297,481 20 kHz FM / digital voice secondary – converters - output - 25 kHz channel spacing
1297,494 – 1297,981 20 kHz FM / digital voice secondary – 1297,5 MHz – SM20, CA FM

– 1297,725 MHz - calling frequency for digital voice

– 1297,9 – 1297,975 MHz - simplex FM internet gateway

– 1297,975 MHz – SM39

1298 – 1299 20 kHz all types of operation secondary – analog or digital use of channels with 25 kHz apart

– 1298,025 MHz – RS1

– 1298,975 MHz – RS39

1299 – 1299,75 150 kHz all types of operation secondary – 5 x 150 kHz channels for high-speed digital data (DD) with center frequencies (+/- 75 kHz):

1299,075 MHz

1299,225 MHz

1299,375 MHz

1299,525 MHz

1299,675 MHz

1299,75 – 1300 20 kHz all types of operation secondary – 8 x 25 kHz channels (for FM / DV use)

– 1299,775 – 1299,975 MHz - center frequencies

2300 MHz 2300 – 2320 20 kHz all types of operation secondary
2320 – 2320,8 all types of operation secondary – 2320 – 2320,025 MHz - EME

– 2320,2 MHz – CA SSB

– 2320,75 – 2320,8 MHz - local beacons - max. ERP: 10W

2320,8 – 2321 MGM, telegraphy secondary – lighthouses
2321 – 2322 20 kHz FM / digital voice secondary – voice simplex and converters
2322 – 2400 all types of operation secondary – 2322 – 2355 MHz – ATV

– 2355 – 2365 MHz - digital communication

– 2365 – 2370 MHz - converters

– 2370 – 2392 MHz – ATV

– 2392 – 2400 MHz - digital communication

2400 – 2450 satellite service secondary

 

 

Table no. 4 - SHF frequency bands

Frequency band Frequency range [MHz] Max. bandwidth [Hz] Type of operation Service category Notes and activity centers (CA)
3,4 GHz 3400 – 3400,8 500 MGM, telegraphy secondary – 3400,1 MHz - CA EME

– 3400,75 – 3400,8 MHz - local beacons

3400,8 – 3400,995 500 MGM, telegraphy secondary – lighthouses
3401 – 3410 2700 all types of operation secondary
5,7 GHz 5650 – 5668 2700 all types of operation secondary
5668 – 5670 2700 all types of operation secondary – 5668,2 MHz - CA narrowband
5670 – 5700 MGM secondary
5720 – 5760 all types of operation secondary
5760 – 5760,8 2700 all types of operation secondary – 5760,2 MHz - CA narrowband

– 5760,75 – 5760,8 MHz - local beacons

5760,8 – 5760,99 MGM, telegraphy secondary – lighthouses
5761 – 5762 2700 all types of operation secondary
5762 – 5850 all types of operation secondary
10 GHz 10000 – 10150 MGM secondary
10150 – 10250 all types of operation secondary
10250 – 10350 MGM secondary
10350 – 10368 all types of operation secondary
10368 – 10368,8 2700 all types of operation secondary – 10368,2 MHz - CA narrowband

– 10368,75 – 10368,8 MHz - local beacons

10368,8 – 10368,99 secondary – lighthouses
10369 – 10370 2700 all types of operation secondary
10370 – 10450 all types of operation secondary
10450 – 10500 all types of operation secondary
24 GHz 24000 – 24048 all types of operation preferred – 24025 MHz - CA broadband
24048 – 24048,8 2700 all types of operation preferred – 24048,2 MHz - CA narrowband

– 24048,75 – 24048,8 MHz - local beacons

– narrowband systems of the amateur satellite service

24048,8 – 24048,995 all types of operation preferred – lighthouses
24049 – 24050 2700 all types of operation preferred – amateur satellite service

– narrowband systems

24050 – 24250 all types of operation secondary

 

Table no. 5 - micrometer frequency bands

Frequency band Frequency range [GHz] Max. bandwidth [Hz] Type of operation Service category Notes and activity centers (CA)
47 GHz 47 – 47,088 all types of operation preferred
47,088 – 47,09 2700 all types of operation preferred
47,09 – 47,2 all types of operation preferred
77 GHz 75,5 – 76 2700 all types of operation secondary – preferred amateur satellite service

– 75,9762 GHz - preferred narrowband CA

76 – 77,5 all types of operation secondary
77,5 – 77,501 2700 all types of operation preferred
77,501 – 78 all types of operation preferred
78 – 81 all types of operation secondary
122 GHz 122,25 – 122,251 2700 all types of operation secondary – narrowband systems
122,251 – 123 all types of operation secondary
134 GHz 134 – 134,928 all types of operation preferred – amateur satellite service
134,928 – 134,93 2700 all types of operation preferred – 134,93 GHz - CA narrowband
134,93 – 136 all types of operation preferred
136 – 141 all types of operation secondary
241 GHz 241 – 248 all types of operation secondary
248 – 248,001 all types of operation preferred – amateur satellite service

– narrowband systems

248,001 – 250 all types of operation preferred

 

 

Table no. 6

Frequency stability requirements

Frequency band Peak transmitter output power Frequency stability Comment
< 470 MHz 200 W 100×10 – 6 Pri SSB max. 50 Hz at transmitter power < 500 W
> 200 W 50×10 – 6 Max. 20 Hz at transmitter power

> 500 W

4 to 29,7 MHz 500 W 20×10 – 6
> 500 W 10×10 – 6
144 MHz < 5 W 15×10 – 6
> 5 W 7,5×10 – 6
432 MHz < 5 W 5×10 – 6
> 5 W 2,5×10 – 6
470 – 2450 MHz 20×10 – 6
2450 – 10500 MHz 100×10 – 6
10,5 – 40 GHz 300×10 – 6

 

Table no. 7

 

Frequency bands for orienteering

Frequency band Frequency range Max. bandwidth [Hz] Type of operation Service category Comment
3,5 MHz 3521 – 3600 kHz 200 CW primary
144 MHz 144,500 – 144,900 MHz 25000 CW, ICW, FM CW, FM ICW primary

 

Comment:

The service category preferred is service, the name of which is indicated in the National Table of the frequency spectrum in "capital letters" (for example: FIXED).

The secondary service category is service, the name of which is indicated in the National Table of the frequency spectrum in "small print" (for example: Movable), while the ancillary service station:

  1. they must not cause harmful interference to priority service stations, to which frequencies have already been allocated, or to which they may be allocated later,
  2. they cannot claim protection against harmful interference from priority service stations, to which frequencies have already been allocated, or to which they may be allocated later,
  3. however, they may claim protection against harmful interference from stations of the same or another ancillary service (services), to which frequencies may be allocated later.

 

 

 

 

Annex no. 2 to measure no. …/2022

Call sign allocation

 

  1. Class E authorizations

Brands are issued with a prefix according to the territorial division of the Slovak Republic (that 9) and with the two-letter suffix AA – ZZ.

  1. Class N permits

Brands are issued with a prefix according to the territorial division of the Slovak Republic (that 9) and with the three-letter suffix AAA – JZZ.

  1. Permits for legal entity stations

Brands are issued with the prefix OM3 and with the three-letter suffix KAA - KZZ or RAA - RZZ.

  1. Permissions for unattended stations

Brands with the prefix OM0 and with a three-letter suffix are issued according to the following distribution:

 

MAA – MZZ - lighthouses

zone 50 MHz – the second letter is H

zone 70 MHz - the second letter is F

zone 144 MHz – the second letter is V

zone 430 MHz – the second letter is U

zone 1200 MHz - the second letter is L

zone 2300 MHz – the second letter is E

zone 3,4 GHz – the second letter is S

zone 5,7 GHz - the second letter is C

zone 10 GHz – the second letter is X

zone 24 GHz – the second letter is K

 

NAA – NZZ - node stations (nodes) amateur radio network communicating in both directions on a fixed simplex frequency

 

OAA – OZZ - converters:

OHA–OHZ – duplex converters in bands 28 a 50 MHz

OVA–OVZ – duplex converters in the band 145 MHz

OUA–OUZ – duplex converters in the band 430 MHz with FM modulation

ODA–OFZ – duplex converters in the band 430 MHz with modulation

DIGI or FM + DIGI

OAA–OCZ – duplex converters in the band 430 MHz with small

reach - locally

OSA–OSZ – duplex converters in bands 1200 MHz and higher

OTA–OTZ – ATV converters

OLA–OLZ – linear converters

OXA–OXZ – crossband converters

 

  1. Permits for occasional and special stations

Brands are issued with the prefix OM9 and with the two-letter suffix AA–ZZ or with the three-letter suffix BAA–ZZZ.

  1. Permits for competition stations

Brands are issued with the prefix OM1 to OM0 and with a one-letter suffix. They are issued only to stations of natural persons with a Class E permit and to stations of legal entities, whose chief operator is a Class E permit. The marks are intended for use in all short-term HF and VHF competitions except those, which are announced only for Slovak and / or Czech stations.

  1. Guest permits for foreigners

Brands with the prefix OM9 and the three-letter suffix AAA–AZZ are issued.

  1. Permits for occasional stations

Brands with the prefix OM1 to OM0 and four and a multi-character suffix are issued, whereas numbers must be in the first part of the suffix and letters in the second. The last character of the suffix must be a letter. Occasional signs with two or more digits and a three-letter suffix starting with the letter K or R will only be issued by the office to the holder of a permit with the same suffix.

  1. Distribution of prefixes according to the territorial division of the Slovak Republic

OM1 – Bratislava region

OM2 – Trnava region

OM3 – stations of legal entities and radio amateurs with their own license without division

on countries

OM4 – Trenčín region

OM5 – Nitra region

OM6 – Žilina region

OM7 – Banskobystry region

OM8 – Košice region

OM0 – Prešov region

When changing the permanent location, the assigned mark does not change, if the permit holder does not request its change.

 

[1]) ECC / REC recommendation (05)06 CEPT Novice Radio Amateur Licence.

A message ERC report 32 AMATEUR RADIO NOVICE EXAMINATION SYLLABUS AND AMATEUR RADIO NOVICE EXAMINATION CERTIFICATE WITHIN CEPT AND NON-CEPT COUNTRIES.

[2]) CEPT T / R Recommendation 61-02 Harmonised Amateur Radio Examination Certificate.

CEPT T / R Recommendation 61-01 CEPT Radio Amateur Licence.

[3]) § 35 Act no. 452/2021 WITH. With. on electronic communications.

[4]) CEPT T / R Recommendation 61-01 CEPT Radio Amateur Licence.

[5]) ECC / REC recommendation (05)06 CEPT Novice Radio Amateur Licence.

[6]) § 122 Act no. 452/2021 WITH. With.

[7]) § 43 Act no. 452/2021 WITH. With.

[8]) Act no. 215/2004 WITH. With. on the protection of classified information as amended.

  • 17 Act no. 513/1991 Zb. Commercial Code as amended.
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OM8AGA
OM8AGA
1 a month ago

There is some time horizon, when these changes should take effect ? It's clear to me, that this is only a proposal.

OM8AGA
OM8AGA
Answer to om0aao
1 a month ago

Otherwise, this is not a preliminary proposal, which will be further discussed and subsequently approved, but it is a final legislative change, which will start paying 1.7.2022. If that's the case, that's what it means in practice, from 1.7.2022 as a permit holder “N” I follow the new expanded frequency table according to the new measure ? I apologize for asking, but I want to be clear about it, and I did not register any highlighted mention of these changes on hamradio.sk, and even in the answers to operational questions, there is a reference to the telecommunications office to the currently valid table c.1 for the class “N” and that is a subset of the new table. Is there a link to the telecommunications office, please?, where the full text of the new permit conditions is found ? Thank you for the answers, I mean, that other fellow radio amateurs are also interested in it.

OM0AAJ Jano
OM0AAJ Jano
1 a month ago

The above material on which with UPREKaPS (RUBBER) the management of SZR participated closely, it is still only a PROPOSAL at this stage. The proposal must also include the proposed effective date of the given regulation. However, unless such a proposal passes the entire legislative procedure and approval process, cannot be effective. So when the proposal becomes an approved numbered measure in which the approved effectiveness of the measure will be determined , it will be possible to start using it only from the date specified there. Today I can say with certainty that k 1.7.2022 it WILL NOT. Therefore, I ask all holders of class N permits to really wait until the time when the permit conditions will be changed (especially for operators, so N is certainly desirable and pleasant) brought to life. You will definitely find out the date in time. The date cannot really be said now, let alone promised. The reasons are as follows: just yet 20.6.2022 MPK ended (interdepartmental comment procedure) to the draft of this measure, where several comments from the concerned institutions were raised (fortunately, the comments are not fundamental, but only ordinary ones) which the RU must now comment on, subsequently, the measure must pass through the legislative council of the government, where the RU must defend it, and only when a favorable opinion comes from there, the measure will be able to be officially issued and effective on the day specified in it. And as you know, those processes take some time after all. I firmly believe that this explanation is sufficient for the moment, so that no one gets into trouble unnecessarily, don't worry about the fine. I believe that we will see new permit conditions soon. 73, A "random" VHF connection test was carried out in Žilina

om1aeg
om1aeg
Answer to om0aao
1 a month ago

This year, 24 e-mails and X messages regarding “permits” s 3 people from “management” SZR. Comments, suggestions, corrections mainly to table no.1. and to unserved stations.

OM6AJA
OM6AJA
27 days before

what it looks like (continues) with the approval of new permit conditions? When is it expected??

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