Detail of Frequency Band

Band 890 – 942 MHz

Part of RSUP RSUP-P/10
Service Mobile
Category of assignment Primary
Non-civil utilisation Not used
Civil utilisation Primary
Note 5.317A
Application Digital cellular
Section 880 – 915 MHz
Harmonisations 2009/766/EC, 2011/251/EU, 2009/114/EC, 2018/637/EU
Authorisation VO-R/1
Additional information Public mobile networks. Technology GSM or compatible. The number of the rights is limited to three country-wide. Terminals. Duplex 45 MHz. Basic channel raster 200 kHz.
Application Digital cellular
Section 880 – 915 MHz
Authorisation VO-R/24
Additional information Repeaters inside trains. For the details see the General Authorisation.
Application Digital cellular
Section 915 – 921 MHz
Additional information Not used.
Future The Office will decide on utilisation in accordance with the European harmonisation. Future Rail Mobile Communication System is under study in the range 919.4-921 MHz.
Application GSM-R
Section 921 – 925 MHz
Harmonisations CEPT/ECC/DEC/(02)05, CEPT/ERC T/R 25-09
Additional information Railways systems. An operator according to the law 77/2002. Base stations with e.r.p. max 350 W. Duplex 45 MHz, paired to 876-880 MHz. 921.1-924.9 MHz with the channel raster 200 kHz. 924.9-925 MHz is the guard band.
Application Digital cellular
Section 925 – 960 MHz
Harmonisations 2009/766/EC, 2011/251/EU, 2009/114/EC, 2018/637/EU
Additional information Systems of electronic communication services, GSM or compatible. Three countrywide networks. The number of the rights to use frequencies is limited. 925-935 originally called E-GSM. FDD, duplex 45 MHz. Base stations, GSM with e.r.p. max 350 W.
Application Digital cellular
Section 925 – 960 MHz
Authorisation VO-R/24
Additional information Repeaters inside trains. For the details see the General Authorisation.