60 m is now authorized in France!

Publication in the Official Journal of this day:

The Regulatory Authority for Electronic Communications and Posts,
Having regard to the radio regulations of the International Telecommunication Union;
Having regard to Directive 2009/140 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 November 2009 amending Directives 2002/21 / EC relating to a common regulatory framework for electronic communications networks and services, 2002/19 / EC relating to access to electronic communications networks and associated resources, as well as their interconnection, and 2002/20 / EC relating to the authorization of electronic communications networks and services;
Having regard to Directive 2014/53 / EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 as amended relating to the harmonization of the laws of the Member States relating to the making available on the market of radio equipment and repealing Directive 1999/5 / EC ;
Given the Post and Electronic Communications Code (CPCE), in particular its articles L. 32 (11 °), L. 32-1, L. 33-2, L. 33-3, L. 34-9, L. 34-9-1, L. 36-6 (3 ° and 4 °), L. 39-1 (3 °), L. 41-1, L. 42, L. 42-4, L. 43 (I ), L. 65-1, L. 97-2, R. 20-44-11 (10 ° and 14 °), D. 99-1 and D. 406-7 (3 °);
Considering the law n ° 66-457 of July 2, 1966 modified relating to the installation of antennas receiving radio broadcasting, in particular its article 1;
Considering Decree No. 2002-775 of May 3, 2002taken in application of 12 ° of Article L. 32 of the Post and Telecommunications Code and relating to limit values ​​for public exposure to electromagnetic fields emitted by equipment used in telecommunications networks or by radio installations;
Having regard to decree n ° 2015-1084 of August 27, 2015 relating to the electromagnetic compatibility of electrical and electronic equipment;
Considering the decree of December 17, 2007 modified taken in application of article R. 20-44-11 of the code of the electronic posts and communications and relating to the conditions of establishment of certain installations and radioelectric stations;
Considering the decree of April 23, 2012 modifying the decree of September 21, 2000 modified fixing the conditions of obtaining operator certificates, allocation and withdrawal of call signs of amateur services;
Considering the decree of December 14, 2017 modified relating to the national table of distribution of the frequency bands;
Considering the decision n ° 2012-1241 of the authority of regulation of the electronic communications and the posts dated October 2, 2012 modified fixing the conditions of use of the frequencies by the radio stations of the amateur service or the amateur service by satellite;
Given the contributions to the public consultation of
After having deliberated on September 24, 2019,
For these reasons:
Decision n ° 2012-1241 of the Authority for the regulation of electronic communications and posts dated October 2, 2012 as amended sets the conditions for the use of frequencies by stations in the amateur service or the amateur satellite service. It specifies in particular, in its appendix, the frequency bands that can be used by amateur services, as well as their technical conditions of use.
The purpose of this decision is to amend the decision n ° 2012-1241 modified of the Authority, in accordance with the provisions envisaged by the
Thus, this decision provides for the following modification:
– the band 5351.5 – 5366.5 kHz is allocated to radio stations in the amateur service in Regions 1 and 2 on a secondary basis with a maximum radiated power of 15 W (EIRP) ;
It is subject to the approval of the Minister responsible for electronic communications.
Decides:

Article 1

The appendix to the abovementioned modified decision n ° 2012-1241 is modified under the conditions provided for in the appendix to this decision.

Article 2

The Director General of the Regulatory Authority for Electronic Communications and Posts is responsible for the implementation of this decision, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic, after approval by the Minister responsible for electronic communications.

  • Annex

    ANNEX


    The appendix to the decision n ° 2012-1241 of the Authority of regulation of the electronic communications and the posts of October 2, 2012 modified is modified as follows:
    1 ° The paragraph “1. Radio stations of the amateur service “Is replaced by the following provisions:
    ” For classes of operator certificate other than class 3

    Frequency band REGION 1
    defined by the ITU
    REGION 2
    defined by the ITU
    Maximum
    peak power (1)
    kHz 135.70 to 137.80 (VS) (VS) 1 W
    472.00 to 479.00 (VS) (VS)
    1,800.00 to 1,810.00 Not assigned (AT) 500 W
    1,810.00 to 1,850.00 (AT) (AT)
    1,850.00 to 2,000.00 Not assigned (B)
    3,500.00 to 3,750.00 (B) (AT)
    3,750.00 to 3,800.00 (B) (B)
    3,800.00 to 4,000.00 Not assigned (B)
    5,351.50 to 5,366.50 (VS) (VS) 15 W
    7,000.00 to 7,100.00 (AT) (AT) 500 W
    7,100.00 to 7,200.00 (AT) (AT)
    7,200.00 to 7,300.00 Not assigned (AT)
    10,100.00 to 10,150.00 (VS) (VS)
    14,000.00 to 14,250.00 (AT) (AT)
    14,250.00 to 14,350.00 (AT) (AT)
    18,068.00 to 18,168.00 (AT) (AT)
    21,000.00 to 21,450.00 (AT) (AT)
    24,890.00 to 24,990.00 (AT) (AT)
    MHz 28,000 to 29,700 (AT) (AT) 250 W
    50,000 to 52,000 (VS) (AT) 120 W
    52,000 to 54,000 Not assigned (AT)
    144,000 to 146,000 (AT) (AT)
    146,000 to 148,000 Not assigned (AT)
    220,000 to 225,000 Not assigned (B)
    430,000 to 434,000 (VS) (VS)
    434,000 to 440,000 (B) (VS)
    1,240,000 to 1,300,000 (VS) (VS)
    2,300,000 to 2,450,000 (VS) (VS)
    3,300,000 to 3,500,000 Not assigned (VS)
    5,650,000 to 5,850,000 (VS) (VS)
    5,850,000 to 5,925,000 Not assigned (VS)
    GHz 10.00 to 10.45 (VS) (VS)
    10.45 to 10.50 (D) (D)
    24.00 to 24.05 (AT) (AT)
    24.05 to 24.25 (VS) (VS)
    47.00 to 47.20 (AT) (AT)
    76.00 to 77.50 (VS) (VS)
    77.50 to 78.00 (AT) (AT)
    78.00 to 81.50 (VS) (VS)
    122.25 to 123.00 (VS) (VS)
    134.00 to 136.00 (AT) (AT)
    136.00 to 141.00 (VS) (VS)
    241.00 to 248.00 (VS) (VS)
    248.00 to 250.00 (AT) (AT)

    For operator certificate class 3

    Frequency band REGION 1
    defined by the ITU
    REGION 2
    defined by the ITU
    Maximum
    peak power (1)
    MHz 144,000 to 146,000 (AT) (AT) 10 W

    (1)
    Maximum peak power at the transmitter output, as defined in Article 1.157 of the Radio Regulations, except for the bands 135.7-137.8 kHz and 472.0-479.0 kHz and 5351.5-5366.5 kHz where the specified value corresponds to the maximum equivalent isotropic radiated power (Notes 5.67 A, 5.80A and 5.133B of the Radio Regulations).
    (A)
    Allocation on a primary basis within the meaning of the Radio Regulations.
    (B)
    Allocation on a primary basis within the meaning of the radio regulations, shared with other primary radiocommunication services, other than the amateur-satellite service, according to the principle of equal rights, as defined in the Article 4.8 of the Radio Regulations.
    (C)
    Allocation on a secondary basis within the meaning of the Radio Regulations. Radio stations in the amateur service may not cause harmful interference to stations in a primary service and may not claim protection from harmful interference caused by these stations.
    (D)
    Allocation on a secondary basis within the meaning of the radio regulations, and benefiting from an allocation on a primary basis in application of the provisions of the national table of distribution of the frequency bands. Radio stations in the amateur service may not cause harmful interference to foreign stations in a primary service and may not claim protection from harmful interference caused by these stations.

    The user of an amateur service radio station ensures beforehand that his transmissions will not interfere with transmissions already in progress by other amateur radio users. It should not use the same frequency all the time. It must have a power indicator. “
    2 ° Paragraph” 2. Radio stations in the amateur-satellite service “is replaced by the following provisions:
    ” For classes of operator certificate other than class 3

    Frequency band REGION 1
    defined by the ITU
    REGION 2
    defined by the ITU
    Meaning if specified Maximum
    peak power (1)
    kHz 7,000.00 to 7,100.00 (at) (at) 500 W
    14,000.00 to 14,250.00 (at) (at)
    18,068.00 to 18,168.00 (at) (at)
    21,000.00 to 21,450.00 (at) (at)
    24,890.00 to 24,990.00 (at) (at)
    MHz 28,000 to 29,700 (at) (at) 250 W
    144,000 to 146,000 (at) (at) 120 W
    435,000 to 438,000 (vs) (vs)
    438,000 to 440,000 Not assigned (vs) Earth to space
    1,240,000 to 1,300,000 (vs) (vs)
    2400,000 to 2415,000 (vs) (vs)
    2415,000 to 2450,000 (vs) (vs)
    3,400,000 to 3,500,000 Not assigned (vs)
    5,650,000 to 5,725,000 (vs) (vs) Earth to space
    5,830,000 to 5,850,000 (vs) (vs) Space to Earth
    GHz 10.45 to 10.50 (D) (D)
    24.00 to 24.05 (at) (at)
    47.00 to 47.20 (at) (at)
    76.00 to 77.50 (vs) (vs)
    77.50 to 78.00 (at) (at)
    78.00 to 81.50 (vs) (vs)
    134.00 to 136.00 (at) (at)
    136.00 to 141.00 (vs) (vs)
    241.00 to 248.00 (vs) (vs)
    248.00 to 250.00 (at) (at)


    For operator certificate class 3

    Frequency band REGION 1
    defined by the ITU
    REGION 2
    defined by the ITU
    Maximum
    peak power (1)
    MHz 144,000 to 146,000 (at) (at) 10 W

    (1)
    Maximum peak power at the transmitter output, as defined in Article 1.157 of the Radio Regulations.
    (a)
    Allocation on a primary basis within the meaning of the Radio Regulations.
    (c)
    Allocation on a secondary basis within the meaning of the Radio Regulations. Radio stations in the amateur-satellite service must not cause harmful interference to stations in a primary service and may not claim protection from harmful interference caused by these stations.
    (d)
    Allocation on a secondary basis within the meaning of the radio regulations, and benefiting from an allocation on a primary basis in application of the provisions of the national table of distribution of the frequency bands. Radio stations in the amateur-satellite service must not cause harmful interference to foreign stations in a primary service and may not claim protection from harmful interference caused by these stations.

    Source : http://ref-info.r-e-f.org/le-60-m-est-desormais-autorise-en-france/

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