The frequencies are out of competency of Section 15 of the Act.
Non-civil Utilisation – Priority
Band reserved for non-civil utilisation. If civil utilisation is also stated with priority, the band is being used equally with civil utilisation on the basis of coordination.
Non-civil Utilisation – Subsidiarity
Non-civil stations can use the band with subsidiarity to civil ones (which use the band with priority), but must not interfere and do not have rihgt to protection against interference by civil utilisation.
Non-civil Utilisation – Not Used
Non-civil stations cannot use the band.
Civil Utilisation – Priority
Band reserved for civil utilisation. If non-civil utilisation is also stated with priority, the band is being used equally with non-civil utilisation on the basis of coordination.
Civil Utilisation – Subsidiarity
Civil stations can use the band with subsidiarity to non-civil ones (which use the band with priority), but must not interfere and do not have rihgt to protection against interference by non-civil utilisation.
Civil Utilisation – Not Used
Civil stations cannot use the band.
Administrations authorizing the use of frequencies below 8.3 kHz shall ensure that no harmful interference is caused thereby to the services to which the bands above 8.3 kHz are allocated.
Administrations conducting scientific research using frequencies below 8.3 kHz are urged to advise other administrations that may be concerned in order that such research may be afforded all practicable protection from harmful interference.
This web application is created for efficient access to information on the radio spectrum. Provided information and data are simplified presentation of a series of documents relating to the management of the radio spectrum. The documents were issued by competent authorities and therefore this application may not provide accurate, actual and complete information.
Legally binding and full terms and conditions of use of the radio spectrum in the Czech Republic are determined by the actual version of the Plan of use of the radio spectrum issued by the CTU in the Telecommunication Bulletin and in the National Frequency Allocation Table published in the Collection of Laws to which the application refers.
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