People's Republic of China Regulations on the Radio Frequency Allocation


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Language: English
ISBN/ISSN: 7115102155
Published on: 2003-01

Radio frequencies are limited natural resources. In order to adequately, rationally and efficiently use the radio spectrum, to ensure the normal operation of all radio services and prevent the interference among radio services, radio stations and systems, this “Regulation on the Radio Frequency Allocations” is now issued on the basis of the “Radio Regulations of the People’s Republic of China” as a revision to the “Regulations on the Radio Frequency Allocations” promulgated by the former National Radio Regulatory Committee in 1982. While incorporating the present radiocommunication status quo of this country, this RRFA also took reference from the Radio Regulations of the International Telecommunication Union and the Final Acts of World Radio Conference 2000. This RRFA shall prevail if there is any discrepancy
Main Contents

1. Preamble
Terms and definitions of radio management
1.1 General terms
1.2 Specific terms related to frequency management
1.3 Radio service
1.4 Radio station and systems
1.5 Operational terms
1.6 Characteristics of emissions and radio equipment
1.7 Frequency sharing
1.8 Technical terms relating to space
1.9 Reference diagram of the relations among radio services
1.10 Nomenclature of frequency and wavelength bands
1.11 Table of common band code and corresponding service frequency band
1.12 ITU Regions and area
Regulations on frequency allocations
2.1 Induction
2.2 Categories of services and allocations
2.3 General provisions
2.4 Table of Radio Frequency Allocations
2.5 Footnotes to the frequency allocations of ITU
2.6 Footnotes to the frequency allocations of China

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