Detail of Frequency Band

Band 5,925 – 6,450 MHz

Notes to whole band 5.440, 5.458
Part of RSUP RSUP-P/19
Service Fixed
Category of assignment Primary
Non-civil utilisation Not used
Civil utilisation Primary
Section 5,925 – 6,450 MHz
Application Point-to-Point
Section 5,925 – 6,425 MHz
Harmonisations CEPT/ERC/REC 14-01, ITU-R Rec. F.383
Additional information FDD, duplex 252.04 MHz. Width of channel and channel separation is 29.65 MHz, whereas centre frequencies fn and fn’ [MHz] of particular operating channels are in relation to the reference frequency f0 = 6175 MHz given by formulas fn = f0 – 259.45 + 29.65n in the lower part of the band and fn’ = f0 – 7.41 + 29.65n in the upper part of the band, where n = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8.
Application Point-to-Point
Section 6,425 – 7,125 MHz
Harmonisations CEPT/ERC/REC 14-02, ITU-R Rec. F.384
Additional information FDD, duplex 340 MHz. Width of a channel and channel separation is 40 MHz, whereas centre frequencies fn and fn’ [MHz] of particular operating channels are in relation to the reference frequency f0 = 6770 MHz given by formulas fn = f0 – 350 + 40n in the lower part of the band and fn’ = f0 – 10 + 40n in the upper part of the band, where n = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8, or width of a channel is 80 MHz, whereas centre frequencies fn and fn’ [MHz] of particular operating channels are in relation to the reference frequency f0 = 6770 MHz and channel separation 40 MHz given by formulas fn = f0 – 330 + 40n in the lower part of the band and fn’ = f0 + 10 + 40n in the upper part of the band, where n = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6.
Service Fixed-Satellite (Earth-to-space)
Category of assignment Primary
Non-civil utilisation Not used
Civil utilisation Primary
Section 5,925 – 6,450 MHz
Notes 5.457A, 5.457B
Application FSS Earth stations
Section 5,925 – 6,700 MHz
Additional information Transmission of Earth stations to satellite stations.
Application Passive sensors (satellite)
Section 6,425 – 7,075 MHz
Additional information In accordance with 5.458 in the band 6425-7075 MHz, passive microwave sensor measurements are carried out over the oceans.
Application TLPR
Section 4,500 – 7,000 MHz
Harmonisation CEPT/ERC/REC 70-03
Authorisation VO-R/10 Art. 6
Additional information Radiated power is max. +24 dBm e.i.r.p.; it applies for closed metal or ferroconcrete tanks or similar constructions produced of material which has comparable attenuation characteristics, it shall be used the techniques of access to the spectrum and mitigation of interference.
Application GPR/WPR
Section 5,000 – 6,000 MHz
Harmonisations CEPT/ERC/REC 70-03, CEPT/ECC/DEC/(06)08
Authorisation VO-R/10 Art. 6
Additional information Max. spectral density e.i.r.p. -51,3 dBm/MHz; max. peak radiated power -30 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p.
Application TLPR
Section 6,000 – 8,500 MHz
Harmonisation CEPT/ERC/REC 70-03
Authorisation VO-R/10 Art. 6
Additional information The max. value of the power 7 dBm/50 MHz peak e.i.r.p. and -33 dBm/MHz average e.i.r.p. It shall be used the techniques of access to the spectrum and mitigation of interference which provide at least the same protection level as the techniques described in the harmonized standards.
Application GPR/WPR
Section 6,000 – 12,400 MHz
Harmonisations CEPT/ERC/REC 70-03, CEPT/ECC/DEC/(06)08
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 -30 dBm/MHz (e.i.r.p.).