Detail of Frequency Band

Band 24.25 – 24.45 GHz

Part of RSUP RSUP-P/2
Service Fixed
Category of assignment Primary
Non-civil utilisation Not used
Civil utilisation Primary
Application Point-to-Point
Section 24.25 – 24.5 GHz
Harmonisation CEPT/ERC/REC 25-10
Additional information Temporary SAB/SAP links.
Service Mobile
Category of assignment Primary
Non-civil utilisation Not used
Civil utilisation Primary
Application Non-specific SRDs
Section 24 – 24.25 GHz
Authorisation VO-R/10 Art. 3
Additional information Radiated power max. e.i.r.p. 100 mW.
Application TTT
Section 21.65 – 24.25 GHz
Authorisation VO-R/10 Art. 4
Additional information General Authorisation defines factual conditions of operation. The use only for vehicle radars in vehicles registered in member states of European Union, until 30 June 2013.
Application TTT
Section 24.25 – 24.495 GHz
Authorisation VO-R/10 Art. 4
Additional information Radiated power 20 dBm e.i.r.p. according to conditions in VO-R/10, article 4, paragraph 6. Mitigation techniques which provides at very least an equal effect as techniques described in the harmonised standards shall be used.
Application TTT
Section 24.25 – 26.65 GHz
Authorisation VO-R/10 Art. 4
Additional information General Authorisation defines factual conditions of operation. The use only for vehicle radars in vehicles registered in member states of European Union, until 31 December 2017.
Application TLPR
Section 24.05 – 27 GHz
Authorisation VO-R/10 Art. 6
Additional information Radiated power max. +43 dBm e.i.r.p. (placed inside closed tank applies). Mitigation techniques shall be used which provide an effect at least equal to those techniques described in the harmonized standards. The band can be used in metallic tanks or ferroconcrete tanks or similar construction produced of material which has comparable attenuation characteristics.
Application TLPR
Section 24.05 – 26.5 GHz
Authorisation VO-R/10 Art. 6
Additional information Radiated peak power max. 26 dBm/50 MHz e.i.r.p. and -14 dBm/MHz mean e.i.r.p. Mitigation techniques shall be used which provide an effect at least equal to those techniques described in the harmonized standards.