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For Fixed, Mobile and Radiodetermination services: Assigned frequency, Geographical coordinates, Class of station, Bandwidth, Class of emission and Operating hours.
The mandatory data
items for specific notice types can be found in the FXM Guidelines at the
following website: http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/terrestrial/tpr/Pages/FXMNotices.aspx#FXMNotices
When a radio station operates on a specific location with the different antennas serving different receiving points on
- same frequency
- same class of station
- same necessary bandwidth and class of emission
- same operating hours but with different
- receiving point
- power to the antenna/radiated power
- antenna gain
- azimuth of maximum radiation
- polarization and
- height of the antenna above ground
It is not possible to notify them in multiple notices because they all have identical identifying elements. In this case, a single notice shall be submitted with different antenna characteristics. Each operation shall contain its combination of Receiving point/Power to the antenna/radiated power/Antenna gain/Azimuth of maximum radiation/Polarization/Height of the antenna above ground.
For the following Classes of station: FA, FC, FD, FG, FL, FP and SS, either the station identification or call sign is required (pursuant to Appendix 4).
The call sign has to be created in accordance with the principles defined in Article 19 of the RR and only from the series of call signs attributed to the notifying administration in Appendix 42.
The following data items are mandatory:
In addition, the radiated power and the antenna gain shall be in units referenced to isotropic radiator and not referenced to half-wave dipole.
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