Detail of Frequency Band

Band 440 – 448 MHz

Notes to whole band CZ9
Part of RSUP RSUP-P/15
Service Mobile
Category of assignment Primary
Non-civil utilisation Secondary
Civil utilisation Primary
Application Land mobile
Section 441 – 442.4 MHz
Additional information Simplex, channel raster 25 kHz, max. e.r.p. 10 W.
Application Land mobile
Section 442.4 – 443.6 MHz
Additional information Simplex mobile broadband networks, channel raster 200 kHz, max e.r.p. 10 W. Occupied band width is min. 100 kHz and max. 150 kHz. Central frequencies of radio channels are 442,5 MHz (channel No. 1), 442.7 MHz (channel No. 2), 442.9 MHz (channel No. 3), 443.1 MHz (channel No. 4), 443.3 MHz (channel No. 5) and 443.5 MHz (channel No. 6).Channels Nos. 4, 5 and 6 are assigned for public countrywide networks of electronic communications using digital technology and operated by license holders. Number of the rights to use radio frequencies will be set by the Office. Interference to adjacent bands is always checked out by the test operation of each base station in length of three months.
Application Land mobile
Section 443.6 – 446 MHz
Additional information Simplex mobile networks, channel raster 25 kHz, max e.r.p. 10 W.
Application PMR 446
Section 446 – 446.1 MHz
Harmonisation CEPT/ECC/DEC/(15)05
Authorisation VO-R/3
Additional information Sub-band is assigned to PMR 446 stations for voice communication on short distance. Analog modulation. Digital modulation from 1 January 2018. For detail conditions consult General Authorisation.
Application PMR 446
Section 446.1 – 446.2 MHz
Harmonisation CEPT/ECC/DEC/(15)05
Authorisation VO-R/3
Additional information Sub-band is assigned to PMR 446 stations for voice communication on short distance. Analog and digital modulation. For detail conditions consult General Authorisation.
Application Land mobile
Section 446.2 – 447 MHz
Additional information Simplex mobile networks, channel raster 25 kHz, max. e.r.p. 10 W. 446.2-446.4 designed for short term use.
Service Radiolocation
Category of assignment Secondary
Non-civil utilisation Secondary
Civil utilisation Primary
Application Radiolocation (civil)
Application Defence systems
Additional information Non-civil use on a secondary basis.
Application GPR/WPR
Section 230 – 1,000 MHz
Authorisation VO-R/10 Art. 6
Additional information Ultra-wideband radars for screening of the structute of walls and earth´s surface (GPR/WPR). Maximum spectral density e.i.r.p.is -65 dBm/MHz, max. peak e.r.p. is -44.5 dBm/120 kHz.