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Frequently asked questions

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N001 Why should the frequency assignments be notified to the ITU?
N002 What is the Master International Frequency Register (MIFR)?
N003 When is there no need to notify?
N004 Which assignments are to be notified?
N005 In what units are frequencies to be notified?
N006 Which frequency assignments have to be notified individually?
N007 When should notification of frequency assignments be submitted to the Bureau?
N008 Is the recording in the Master Register a straightforward action?
The recording of a frequency assignment in the Master Register is preceded by various examinations so as to determine the conformity of the concerned frequency assignment with those conditions that could determine its status. Each notice is examined with respect to:
  • the conformity with the Table of Frequency Allocations and the other provisions of the Radio Regulations (regulatory examination); this examination consists in checking that the assignment (frequency, class of station, notified bandwidth) does indeed correspond to an allocation in the Table of Frequency Allocations in Article 5 or the footnotes thereto and, where appropriate, that it complies with other technical or operating conditions laid down in other Articles or Appendices of the Radio Regulations (power limits, authorized classes of emission, minimum elevation angle);
  • the conformity with the procedures relating to coordination with other administrations applicable to the radiocommunication service and the frequency band concerned;
  • the conformity with a world or regional allotment or assignment plan and the associated provisions (if the frequency assignment is related to a radiocommunication service which is subject to a plan in the frequency band concerned).
If all the results of these examinations, as applicable, are favourable, the assignment is recorded in the MIFR. Otherwise, the notice is returned to the notifying administration after publication of the finding in BR IFIC.
N009 What else should the Administration do once the frequency is recorded?
N010 I want to notify an assignment to a VHF FM sound broadcasting station. Which notice should I use?
N011 I want to notify an assignment to a television station. Which notice should I use?
N012 When should notice TB1 be used?
N013 When should notice TB2 be used?
N014 When should notice TB3 be used?
N015 When should notice TB4 be used?
N016 When should notice TB5 be used?
N017 I have to authorize the installation of a new FM sound broadcasting or television station in an unplanned band. What should I do?
N018 I want to notify an assignment to a fixed station. Which notice form should I use?
N019 I want to notify an assignment to a base station. Which notice form should I use?
N020 I want to notify an assignment to a mobile station. Which notice form should I use?
N021 I want to notify an assignment to a typical station. Which notice form should I use?
N022 When should a station be notified as a typical station?
N023 I have to authorize the installation of a new FM sound broadcasting or television station in a planned band. What should I do?



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