Detail of Frequency Band

Band 162.0125 – 162.0375 MHz

Notes to whole band 5.226, 5.228A, 5.228B
Part of RSUP RSUP-P/1
Service Mobile
Category of assignment Primary
Non-civil utilisation Not used
Civil utilisation Primary
Future Gradual harmonisation of band utilisation is assumed, depending onGradual harmonisation of band utilisation is assumed, depending on termination of operation of equipment with operational conditions set down on the basis of original planning parameters. Frequencies in the range 161.475-162.05 MHz will be preferably used by maritime mobile service applications. Subject to not constrain implementation of the maritime mobile service applications the frequencies will be used also for communication related to ensuring of water transport, maintenance of water courses, water rescue service and for granting of short-term authorisations. Operation of other land mobile service networks, particularly with respect to international commitments, will be gradually terminated. termination of operation of equipment with operational conditions set down on the basis of original planning parameters.
Application AIS
Section 162.025 MHz
Harmonisations Appendix No. 18 of RR, CEPT/ERC/DEC/(99)17
Additional information Signal of Automatic Identification System AIS 2 within framework of river information services RIS. The output power of the station for AIS transmission shall not exceed 25 W.
Future Development of the river information systems RIS is assumed. Activity on the development of the automatic identification systems (AIS) continues.
Service Mobile-Satellite (Earth-to-space)
Category of assignment Secondary
Non-civil utilisation Not used
Civil utilisation Primary
Note 5.228F
Application AIS
Additional information Reception of the automatic identification systems (AIS)
Application GPR/WPR
Section 30 – 230 MHz
Authorisation VO-R/10 Art. 6
Additional information Ultra-wideband radars designated for imaging of structure of walls and Earth´s surface (GPR/WPR). Max. spectral density e.i.r.p. -65 dBm/MHz, max. peak radiated power -44,5 dBm/120 kHz (e.r.p.)