Detail of Frequency Band

Band 420 – 430 MHz

Part of RSUP RSUP-P/15
Service Mobile
Category of assignment Primary
Non-civil utilisation Secondary
Civil utilisation Primary
Application Digital cellular
Section 420 – 425.3 MHz
Additional information Subband is paired to 410 - 415.3 MHz and designed for operation of the base station of the countrywide mobile network of public electronic communication services. For detailed conditions consult RSUP-15.
Future It is assumed a gradual ceasing of the narrowband applications and implementing of IMT-LTE.
Application Land mobile
Section 424.25 – 425 MHz
Additional information Subband is paired to 414.25 - 415 MHz and it can be used by narrowband mobile networks and fixed links, which are planned in the mobile service. For detailed conditions consult RSUP-15.
Future Operation of the narrowband radio systems is expected to be ceased.
Application TETRA
Section 425 – 429.8 MHz
Additional information Duplex 10 MHz to 425 - 429,8 MHz, max e.r.p. 10 W, channel raster 25 kHz, transmission of base stations. For detailed conditions consult RSUP-15.
Application Land mobile
Section 429.8 – 430 MHz
Additional information Simplex networks and links. Max. e.r.p. 10 W, channel raster 25 kHz.
Service Radiolocation
Category of assignment Secondary
Non-civil utilisation Not used
Civil utilisation Primary
Application Radiolocation (civil)
Additional information Radars with a synthetic aperture for mapping of the Earth surface and underground water (down to 20 m). Airborne radars including.
Application Fixed
Section 424.25 – 425 MHz
Additional information Fixed duplex low capacity links point-to-point coordinated with mobile service, in accordance with EU7. Channel raster 50 kHz, duplex 10 MHz. National and international coordination of fixed links is executed by the Office.
Application Defence systems
Additional information Non-civil use on a secondary basis.
Application GPR/WPR
Section 230 – 1,000 MHz
Harmonisations CEPT/ERC/REC 70-03, CEPT/ECC/DEC/(06)08, 2019/1345
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 -65 dBm/MHz, max. peak e.r.p. is -44.5 dBm/120 kHz.