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cated to the broadcasting service on a primary basis.

574 Additional allocation: In China, the Republic of Korea, Japan, the Philippines and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the band 76—87 MHz is also allocated to the broadcasting- service on a primary basis.

575 Additional allocation: In Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Roumanla and Czechoslovakia, the band 76—87.5 MHz is also allocated to the broadcasting service on a primary basis and used In accordance with the decisions contained in the Final Acts of the Special Regional Conference, Geneva, 1960.

576 Different category of service: In the United States, the French Overseas Departments In Region 2, Guyana, Jamaica, Mexico and Paraguay the allocation of the band 76— 88 MHz to the fixed and mobile services is on a primary basis (see No. 425).

577 In Region 3 (except In the Republic of Korea, India. Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand) the band 79.75—80.25 MHz Is also allocated to the radio astronomy service on a primary basis. In making assignments to stations of other services, administrations are urged to take all practicable steps in the band to protect the radio astronomy service from harmful Interference. Emissions from space or airborne stations can be particularly serious sources of interference to the radio astronomy service (see Nos. 343 and 344 and Article 36).

578 Alternative allocation: In Albania, the band 81—87.5 MHz Is allocated to the broadcasting service on a primary basis and used in accordance with the decisions contained in the Final Acts of the Special Regional Conference, Geneva. 1960.

579 Additional allocation: In Afghanistan and Australia the band 85—87 MHz is also allocated to the broadcasting service on a primary basis. The introduction of the broadcasting service in these countries Is subject to special agreements between the administrations concerned.

580 Additional allocation: In New Zealand, the band 87—88 MHz Is allocated to the land mobile service on a primary basis.

561 Additional allocation: In the Federal Republic of Germany, Spain, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Monaco, the United Kingdom, Switzerland and Yemen (P.D.R of), the band 87.5—88 MHz Is also allocated to the land mobile service on a permitted basis and subject to agreement obtained under the procedure set forth In Article 14.

582 Additional allocation: In the United Kingdom the band 97.6—102.1 MHz Is also allocated to the land mobile service on a permitted basis until 31 December 1969. The use of this band by the land mobile service Is restricted to those stations In operation on 1 January 1980. The withdrawal of land mobile stations will be arranged In consultation with the administrations concerned.

584 Broadcasting stations in the baai 100—106 MHz in Region 1 shall be established and operated In accordance with an tenement and associated plan for the band 87 i108 MHz to be drawn up by a regional brcadcasting conference (see Resolution 510). Ptic: to the date of entry Into force of this ajwement, broadcasting stations may be introduced subject to agreement between adrr ■• istratlons concerned, on the understand! that such an operation shall in no case pre;. dice the establishment of the plan.

685 Additional allocation: In China, the Republic of Korea, the Philippines and Sinnpore, the band 100—108 MHz is also allocated to the fixed and mobile services on a pamitted basis.

586 Alternative allocation: In New Zealand the band 100—108 MHz Is allocated to tht land mobile service on a primary basis and to the broadcasting service on a secondu? basis.

587 Additional allocation: in Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary, Israel. Kenya, Mongolia. F>land, Syria, the German Democratic Repuclic. the United Kingdom. Somalia, Csscno Slovakia, Turkey and the USSR, the bud 104-106 MHz Is also allocated to the mobllt except aeronautical mobile (R). service on i permitted basis until 31 December 1996 and thereafter, on a secondary basis.

588 Additional allocation: In Finland sad Yugoslavia, the band 104—108 MHz is also allocated to the fixed service on a permit* basis, until 31 December 1995. The effectsradiated power of any station shall not uceed 25 W.

589 Additional allocation: in France. Rons* nla, Sweden and Yugoslavia, the band 104-1O MHz is also allocated to the mobile, except aeronautical mobile (R). service on a r*: mitted basis until 31 December 1996.

590A Additional allocation: in Afghanistan the Federal Republic of German, AuatrU Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, Spain. France. !.' rael, Italy, Japan, Jordan. Lebanon. Malt* Morocco. Monaco. Norway, Pakistan. Por tugal, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Switter land, Syria and Turkey, the band 108-ni»' MHz Is also allocated to the mobile service on a secondary basis subject to agreemen: obtained under the procedure set forth is Article 14. In order to ensure that harmful interference Is not caused to stations of tht aeronautical radionavigatlon service, nations of the mobile service shall not be introduced in the band until it is no longer required for the aeronautical radlonavlfaUo: service by any administrations which mar '■' identified in the application of Article 14.

591 Subject to agreement obtained under the procedure set forth In article 14. the band 117.975—137 MHz Is also allocated to toe aeronautical mobile-satellite (R) service on • secondary basis and on the condition thai harmful interference is not caused to tbr aeronautical mobile (R) service.

592 The bands 121.45—121.56 MHz and (2.96-243.05 MHz are also allocated to the loblle-satelllte service for the receptlo on oard satellites of emissions from emergency oslUon-lndlcatlng radlobeacons transmltng at 121.5 MHz and 243 MHz. 583 In the band 117.975-136 MHz. the freuency 121.5 MHz Is the aeronautical emersncy frequency and. where required, the frelency 123.1 MHz is the aeronautical frelency auxiliary to 121.5 MHz. Mobile staons of the maritime mobile service may >mmunlcate on these frequencies under the indltlons laid down in Articles 38 and N 38 T distress and safety purposes with stations 'the aeronautical mobile service. 594 Additional allocation: In Angola, Buliria, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Mongolia, ozamblque, Papua New Guinea, Poland, the erman Democratic Republic, Roumanla, Eechoelovakla and the U.S.S.R., the band 3—136 MHz is also alocated to the aeromtlcal mobile (HO) service on a permitted ■la.

594A Different category of service: as from 1 inuary 1960, in Bulgaria. Poland, German emocratlc Republic, Romania, Czechoovakia. Turkey and the USSR, the allocaon of the band 136-137 MHz to the aeromtlcal mobile (OR) service is on a peritted basis.

596 Until 1 January 1990, the band 136-137 Hz is also allocated to the space operation irvlce (space-to-Earth), meterological-satllte service (space-to-Earth) and the space search service (space-to-Earth) on a prlary basis. The introduction of stations of le aeronautical mobile (R) service shall jly occur after that date. After 1 January 60. the band 136-137 MHz will also be allotted to the above-mentioned space idlocommunlcatlon services on a secondary uls (see Resolution 406 (Mob-87).

586 Different category of service: In Afghantan, Saudi Arabia. Bahrain. Brunei. China, le United Arab Emirates. India, Indonesia, an. Iraq. Kuwait, Malaysia, Oman. Pakian. Qatar, Singapore. Thailand, Yemen

R and Yemen (P.D.R. of), the allocation of >e band 137—138 MHz to the fixed and moile, except aeronautical mobile (R), services

on a primary basis (see No. 425).

597 Different category of service: In Israel, ordan and Syria, the allocation of the band 17—138 MHz to the fixed and mobile, except sronautlcal mobile, services is on a primary isis (see No. 426).

596 Different category of service: In Austria, ulgaria, Egypt. Finland, Greece, Hungary, ebanon. Mongolia, Poland, the German emocratlc Republic. Roumanla, Czecholovakia, the U.S.S.R. and Yugoslavia, the llocatlon of the band 137—138 MHz to the eronautlcal mobile (OR) service is on a prliiry basis.

599 Additional allocation: In Australia, the and 137—144 MHz Is also allocated to the

broadcasting service on a primary basis until that service can be accommodated within regional broadcasting allocations.

600 Additional allocation: In the Federal Republic of Germany, Austria, Belgium, France. Israel, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Switzerland and Czechoslovakia, the bands 138— 143.6 MHz and 143.65—144 MHz are also allocated to the space research service (space-toEarth) on a secondary basis.

601 Additional allocation: In the Federal Republic of Germany, Saudi Arabia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Denmark, the United Arab Emirates, Spain, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Kenya, Kuwait, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Mali, Malta, Norway, the Netherlands, Qatar, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Switzerland, Somalia, Tanzania, Tunisia, Turkey and Yugoslavia, the band 138—144 MHz is also allocated to the maritime mobile and land mobile services on a primary basis.

602 Alternative allocation: In Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, the Congo, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Iraq, Jordan, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Oman, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Swaziland, Chad, Togo, Zaire, Zambia and Zimbabwe, the band 138—144 MHz is allocated to the fixed and mobile services on a primary basis.

603 Additional allocation: In China, the band 138—144 MHz is also allocated to the radiolocation service on a primary basis.

604 Additional allocation: In Ethiopia, Finland, Kenya, Malta, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Yemen A.R. and Yugoslavia, the band 138—144 MHz Is also allocated to the fixed service on a primary basis.

605 Additional allocation: In Singapore, the band 144—145 MHz is also allocated to the fixed and mobile services on a primary basis. Such use Is limited to systems in operation on or before 1 January 1980, which in any case shall cease by 31 December 1995.

606 Additional allocation: In China, the band 144—146 MHz is also allocated to the aeronautical mobile (OR) service on a secondary basis.

607 Alternative allocation: In Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cuba, Guyana and India, the band 146—148 MHz is allocated to the fixed and mobile services on a primary basis.

608 Subject to agreement obtained under the procedure set forth in Article 14, the band 148—149.9 MHz may be used by the space operation service (Earth-to-space). The bandwidth of an individual transmission shall not exceed ±25 kHz.

609 Emissions of the radlonavlagationsatellite service in the bands 149.9—150.05 MHz and 399.9—400.05 MHz may also be used by receiving earth stations of the space research service.

609A Recognizing that the use of the band 149.9-150.05 MHz by the fixed and mobile services may cause harmful interference to the radlonavigatlon-satellite service, administrations are urged not to authorize such use in application No. 342.

610 In making assignments to stations of other services to which the band 150.06—153 MHz Is allocated, administrations are urged to take all practicable steps to protect the radio astronomy service from harmful interference. Emissions from space or airborne stations can be particularly serious sources of interference to the radio astronomy service (see Nos. 343 and 344 and Article 36).

611 Additional allocation: In Australia and India, the band 150.05—153 MHz is also allocated to the radio astronomy service on a primary basis.

612 Additional allocation: In Sweden and Switzerland the band 150.05—153 MHz is also allocated to the aeronautical mobile (OR) service on a secondary basis.

613 The frequency 156.8 MHz Is the International distress, safety and calling frequency for the maritime mobile VHF radiotelephone service. The conditions for the use of this frequency are contained In Articles 38 and N 38.

In the bands 156-156.7625 MHz, 156.8375167.45 MHz, 160.6-160.975 MHz and 161.475162.06 MHz, each administration shall give priority to the maritime mobile service on only such frequencies as are assigned to stations of the maritime mobile service by the administration (see Articles 38, N 38 and 60).

Any use of frequencies in these bands by station of other services to which they are allocated should be avoided In areas where such use might cause harmful Interference to the maritime mobile VHF

radlocommunlcatlon service.

However, the frequency 156.8 MHz and the frequency bands In which priority is given to the maritime mobile service may be used for radiocommunicatlons on inland waterways subject to agreement between Interested and affected administrations and taking into account current frequency usage and existing agreements.

613A In the maritime mobile VHF service the frequency 156.525 MHz Is to be used exclusively for digital selective calling for distress, safety and calling (see Resolution 323 (Mob 87)i. The conditions for the use of this frequency are prescribed in Articles 38. N 38 and 60 and In Appendix 18.

613B Additional allocation: In Ireland and in the United Kingdom, the band 161.3875161.4125 MHz Is also allocated to the marltime radlonavlgatlon service on a primary basis, subject to agreement obtained under the procedure set forth In Article 14.

614 Alternative allocation: In France and Monaco, the band 162—174 MHz Is allocated to the broadcasting service on a primary basis until 1 January 1985.

615 Alternative allocation: In Morocco, the band 162—174 MHz Is allocated to the broad

casting service on a primary basis. The oat of this band shall be subject to agreement with administrations having service*, operating or planned, in accordance with tfc» Table which are likely to be affected. Stations in existence on 1 January 1981. wits their technical characteristics as of that date, are not affected by such agreement.

616 Additional allocation: In China, the band 163—167 MHz Is also allocated to the space operation service (space-to-Earth) on t primary basis subject to agreement obtained under the procedure set forth in Article 14.

617 Additional allocation: In Afghanisu.Chlna and Pakistan, the band 167—174 MHi la also allocated to the broadcasting- service on a primary basis. The introduction of the broadcasting service Into this band shall be subject tm agreement with the neighbourly countries in Region 3, whose services are likely to be affected.

618 Additional allocation: In Japan, t;band 170—174 MHz is also allmcated to tht broadcasting service on a primary basis

619 Additional allocation: In China, the band 174—184 MHz is also allocated to the space research (space-to-Earth) and tfc* space operation (space-to-Earth) services ea a primary basis subject to agreement obtained under the procedure set forth In Article 14. These services shall not cause narmft: Interference to, or claim protection from, existing or planned broadcasting stations.

620 Different category of service: In Mexico the allocation of the band 174—216 MHi v the fixed and mobile services is on a prlman basis (see No. 425).

621 Additional allocation: In the Federv Republic of Germany. Austria, Belgium Denmark, Spain, Finland, France. Israel. Italy, Liechtenstein, Monaco. Norway, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom. Swede Switzerland and Yemen (P.D.R. of), the bar: 174-223 MHz is also allocated to the land nubile service on a permitted basis. However the stations of the land mobile service sh» not cause harmful Interference to. nor claim protection from, broadcasting stations, existing or planned, in countries other thas those listed in this footnote.

622 Different category of service: In Austriv the Federal Republic of Germany. Belgian: Delmark, Spain, Finland, France. Iarae: Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg. Monare Norway, the Netherlands. Portugal. U» United Kingdom, Sweden. Switzerland ar. Yemen (P.D.R. of), the band 223—230 MHi b allocated to the land mobile service on a permitted basis. However, the stations of the land mobile service shall not cause harm?, interference to, nor claim protection from broadcasting stations, existing or planned, la countries other than those listed in this footnote.

623 Additional allocation: In Congo. Ethiopia, Gambia. Guinea. Kenya. Libya. Malawi. Mall, Uganda, Senegal, Sierra Leone,

Ha, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe, the band 174— 223 MHz Is also allocated to the fixed and mobile services on a secondary basis.

634 Additional allocation: In Bangladesh. India, Pakistan, and the Philippines, the band 200-216 MHz Is also allocated to the aeronautical radlonavlgatlon service on a primary basis.

625 Additional allocation: In Australia and Papuaa New Oulnea, the bands 204—308 MHz and 222—223 MHz are also allocated to the aeronautical radlonavlgatlon service on a primary basis.

626 Additional allocation: In China, India and Thailand, the band 216—223 MHz is also allocated to the aeronautical radionavigation service on a primary basis and to the radiolocation service on a secondary

627 In Region 2. the band 216—225 MHz Is also allocated to the radiolocation service on a primary basis until 1 January 1980. On and after 1 January I960, no new stations in that service may be authorized. Stations authorized prior to 1 January 1980 may continue to operate In a secondary basis.

627A Additional allocation: In Canada, the band 216-220 MHz is also allocated to the land mobile service on a primary basis.

628 Additional allocation: In Somalia, the band 216-225 MHz is also allocated to the aeronautical radlonavlgation service on a primary basis, subject to not causing interference to existing or planned broadcating services in other countries.

629 Additional allocation: In Oman, the United Kingdom and Turkey, the band 216— 235 MHz is also allocated to the radiolocation service on a secondary basis.

630 Additional allocation: In Japan, the band 222—223 MHz Is also allocated to the aeronautical radionavigation service on a primary basis and to the radiolocation service on a secondary basis.

631 Different category of service: In Spain and Portugal, the band 223—230 MHz is allocated to the fixed service on a permitted basis (see No. 425). Stations of this service shall not cause harmful interference to, or claim protection from, broadcasting stations of other countries, whether existing or planned, that operate In accordance with the Table.

632 Additional allocation: In Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Israel, Jordan, Oman, Qatar and Syria, the band 223—235 MHz is also allocated to the aeronatntical radionavigation service on a permlted basis.

633 Additional allocation In Spain and Portugal, the band 223—235 MHz is also allocated to the aeronautical radionavigation service on a permitted basis until 1 January I960, subject to or not causing harmful interference to existing or planned broadcasting stations in other countries.

634 Additional allocation: In Sweden, the band 223—236 MHz is also allocated to the aeronautical radionavigation service on a permitted basis, until 1 January 1990, subject to agreement obtained under the procedure set forth in Article 14, and on condition that no harmful interference is caused to existing and planned broadcasting stations in other countries.

635 Alternative allocation: In Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland and Zambia, the bands 223—238 MHz and 246—254 MHz are allocated to the broadcasting service on a primary basis subject to agreeement obtained under the procedure set forth In Article 14.

636 Alternative allocation: In New Zealand, Western Samoa. Nlue and Cook Islands, the band 225—230 MHz Is allocated to the fixed. mobile and aeronautical radionavigation services on a primary basis.

637 Additional allocation: In China, the band 225—235 MHz is also allocated to the radio astronomy service on a secondary basis.

638 Additional allocation: In Nigeria, the band 230—235 MHz is also allocated to the aeronautical radionavigation service on a primary basis, subject to agreement obtained under the procedure set forth in Article 14.

639 Additional allocation: In Yugoslavia, the band 230—235 MHz is also allocated to the aeronautical radionavigation service on a primary basis, until 1 January 1996. The use of this band by the aeronautical radionavigation service in Yugoslavia Is restricted to the stations in operation by 1 January 1980.

640 Additional allocation: In New Zealand, the band 235—239.5 MHz Is also allocated to the aeronautical radionavigation service on a primary basis.

641 Subject to agreement obtained under the procedure set forth In Article 14. the bands 235—322 MHz and 335.4—399.9 MHz may be used by the mobile-satellite service, on condition that stations In this service do not cause harmful Interference to those of other services operating or planned to be operated in accordance with the Table.

642 The frequency 243 MHz is the frequency in this band for use by survival craft stations and equipment used for survival purposes (see Article 38).

643 Subject to agreement obtained under the procedure set forth in Article 14, the band 267—272 MHz may be used by administrations for space telemetry in their countries on a primary basis.

644 In making assignments to stations of other services to which the band 322—328.6 MHz is allocated, administrations are urged to take all practicable steps to protect the radio astronomy service from harmful Interference. Emissions from space or airborne stations can be particularly serious sources

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645 Limited to Instrument Landing Systems (glide path).

64SA Additional allocation: In Afghanistan, the Federal Republic of Germany, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, Spain, France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Malta, Morocco, Monaco, Norway, the Netherlands, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria and Turkey, the band 328.6-335.4 MHz is also allocated to the mobile service on a secondary basis subject to agreement obtained under the procedure set forth In Article 14. In order to ensure that harmful interference Is not caused to stations of the aeronautical radionavigation service, stations of the mobile service shall not be introduced In the band until It is no longer required for the aeronautical radionavigation service by any administration which may be Identified In the application of Article 14.

645B Recognizing that the use of the band 399.9-400.05 MHz by the fixed and mobile service may cause harmful Interference to the radionavigation satellite service, administrations are urged not to authorize such use In application of No. 342.

646 Emissions shall be confined in a band of ± 25 kHz about the standard frequency 400.1MHz.

647 Additional allocation: In Afghanistan. Saudi Arabia, Austria, Bahrain, Bulgaria, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates. Ecuador, Hungary, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait. Liberia, Malaysia, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, the Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Syria, the German Democratic Republic, Roumania, Singapore, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Czechoslovakia, Thailand, the U.S.S.R. and Yugoslavia, the band 400.05—401 MHz is also allocated to the fixed and mobile services on a primary basis.

648 Additional allocation: In Canada, the bands 405.5—406 MHz and 406.1—410 MHz are also allocated to the mobile-satellite, except aeronautical mobile-satellite, service (Earthto-space), on a primary basis, subject to agreement obtained under the procedure set forth in Article 14.

649 The use of the band 406-406.1 MHz by the mobile-satellite service is limited to low power satellite emergency position-Indicating radiobeacons (see also Articles 38 and N 38).

649A Any emission capable of causing harmful interference to the authorized uses of the band 406-406.1 MHz is prohibited.

650 In making assignments to stations of other services to which the band 406.1—410 MHz is allocated, administrations are urged to take all parcticable steps to protect the radio astronomy service from harmful interference. Emissions from space or airborne stations can be particularly serious sources

of interference to the radio astronomy ice (see Nos. 343 and 344 and Article 36).

651 Different category of service: In A» tralia, the United States. India, Japan and the United Kingdom, the allocation of the bands 420—430 MHz and 440—450 MHz to tte radiolocation service Is on a primary bad) (see No. 425).

652 Additional allocation: In Australia, reunited States, Jamaica and the Philippine the bands 420—430 MHz and 440—450 MHz art also allocated to the amateur service on i secondary basis.

653 Additional allocation: In China., India, the German Democratic Republic, the Unite-; Kingdom and the U.S.S.R., the band 420—« MHz Is also allocated to the aeronautical radionavigation service (radio altimeters) oe a secondary basis.

654 Different category of service: In Franc* the allocation of the band 430—434 MHz t, the amateur service Is on a secondary basta (see No. 424).

655 Different category of service: In Decmark. Libya, Norway and Sweden. Che allocation of the bands 430—432 MHz and 438—4* MHz to the radiolocation service on a secondary basis (see No. 424).

656 Alternative allocation: In Denmark Norway and Sweden, the bands 430—432 MEi and 438—440 MHz are allocated to the fixed and mobile, except aeronautical mob;.services on a primary basis.

657 Additional allocation: In Finland. LJbji and Yugoslavia, the bands 430—432 MHz ace 438—440 MHz are also allocated to the fixed and mobile, except aeronautical mobile, services on a primary basis.

658 Additional allocation: In Afghanistan Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain. BangladeshBrunei, Burundi, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Greece. Guinea, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq. Israel. Italy. Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait. Lebanon. Liechtenstein, Libya, Malaysia, Malta. Nigeria. Oman. Pakistan, the Philippines, Qatar. Syria, Singapore, Somalia. Switzerland. Tanzania, Thailand and Togo, the band 430— 440 MHz is also allocated to the fixed service on a primary basis and the bands 430—4SS MHz and 438—440 MHz are also allocated: the mobile, except aeronautical mobile, service on a primary basis.

659 Additional allocation: In Angola. Bulgaria, Cameroon, Congo, Gabon, Hungary Mall, Mongolia, Niger, Poland, the Gerroir Democratic Republic. Roumania, Rwanda. Chad, Czechoslovakia and the U.s s K tb» band 430-440 MHz is also allocated to the fixed service on a primary basis.

660 Different category of service: In Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Honduras. Panama and Venezuela, the allocation of ti» band 430—440 MHz to the amateur service U on a primary basis (see No. 425).

660A Additional allocation: in Mexico. Ux bands 43CM35 MHz and 438-440 MHz are alto

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