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Proposed Spectrum Rules ‐ Annexes 
November 4, 2013 
 
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Annex C‐4:  Public Land Mobile Spectrum Assignment Plan 
 
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Proposed Spectrum Rules ‐ Annexes 
November 4, 2013 
 
C‐3 
 
 
The 900 MHz Band (from 880 to 960 MHz)  
 
The P‐GSM band ...
Proposed Spectrum Rules ‐ Annexes 
November 4, 2013 
 
C‐4 
 
MPT will retain the 2 x 15 MHz spectrum it currently holds i...
Proposed Spectrum Rules ‐ Annexes 
November 4, 2013 
 
C‐5 
 
The 2600 MHz Band (from 2545 to 2699 MHz) 
 
The 2600 MHz ba...
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In this chapter maritime-mobile frequencies in HF and VHF bands are given. The coming tables and section...
Table 5.1. Frequencies (kHz) to be used in the band between 4000 kHz and 27500 kHz
allocated exclusively to the maritime m...
Table 5.1. Frequencies (kHz) to be used in the band between 4000 kHz and 27500 kHz
allocated exclusively to the maritime m...
Table 5.1. Frequencies (kHz) to be used in the band between 4000 kHz and 27500 kHz
allocated exclusively to the maritime m...
choice international frequencies for digital selective calling (see RR Article S54).
m) Frequencies from these frequency b...
Table 5.2. Table of single-sideband transmitting frequencies (kHz) for duplex
4 MHz band
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No.
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12 MHz band (end)
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18/19 MHz band
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Footnotes to Table 5.2 :
1 These coast station frequencies may be paired with a ship station frequency from the table of s...
Table 5.4. Table of recommended single-sideband transmitting frequencies (kHz) for
ship stations in the band 4 000-4 063 k...
The channelling plan established in Table 5.5 does not prejudice the rights of administrations to establish, and to notify...
Table 5.6. Table of frequencies for two-frequency operation by coast stations (kHz) (Cont.)
Channel 12 MHz band 5 16 MHz b...
Table 5.6. Table of frequencies for two-frequency operation by coast stations (kHz) (Cont.)
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Table 5.6. Table of frequencies for two-frequency operation by coast stations (kHz) (Cont.)
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12 MHz band 5 (end) 16...
Table 5.6. Table of frequencies for two-frequency operation by coast stations (kHz) (Cont.)
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22 MHz band 7 (cont.)
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5.2.2.3. Narrow-band direct-printing telegraphy (non-paired frequencies)
One or more frequencies are assigned to each ship...
5.2.2.4. Morse telegraphy (calling)
Table 5.8. Table of calling frequencies assignable to ship stations for A1A or A1B
Mor...
5.2.2.5. Morse telegraphy (working)
Table 5.9. Table of working frequencies, in kHz, assignable to ship stations
for A1A o...
Table 5.9. Table of working frequencies, in kHz, assignable to ship stations
for A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy at speeds not...
Table 5.9. Table of working frequencies, in kHz, assignable to ship stations
for A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy at speeds not...
5.3. Transmitting frequencies in the VHF maritime mobile band (See Article S52)
NOTE – For assistance in understanding the...
Table 5.10. Table of transmitting frequencies in the VHF maritime mobile band (Cont.)
Notes referring to the Table
General...
– Recommendation ITU-R M.1084-2 shall be taken into account when changing to 12.5 kHz channels;
– it shall not affect the ...
5.4. Frequencies assigned for coast radiotelephone stations operating in the
exclusive maritime mobile bands between 4 000...
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Based on the nature of Aeronautical Mobile communication, high movement speed of planes, roaming ability...
Table 6.1. Channeling arrangement (carrier (reference) frequencies)
for the aeronautical mobile (OR) service bands between...
On the assumption that no antenna gain is in volved, the transmitter powers specified above will result in a m ean
effecti...
Table 6.5. Alloted frequencies where the Uinion of Myanmar included (Cont.)
Carrier
frequency
(kHz)
Allotment are
6 715 RE...
Table 6.6. Table Frequencies allotted in the bands allocated exclusively to the aeronautical mobile (R) service
2 850-3 02...
6.3.2. Assigned frequencies
For single-sideband emissions, except the class of emission H2B, the assigned frequency shall ...
between Myanmar and Lao People’s Democratic Republic. Thence along the border between China and Myanmar. Thence
westward a...
Table 6.7. Frequency allotment Plan in RDARAs where the Union of Myanmar included (Cont.)
Frequency bands (MHz)
Area 3 3.5...
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  1. 1. RREEPPUUBBLLIICC OOFF TTHHEE UUNNIIOONN OOFF MMYYAANNMMAARR MMIINNIISSTTRRYY OOFF CCOOMMMMUUNNIICCAATTIIOONNSS AANNDD IINNFFOORRMMAATTIIOONN TTEECCHHNNOOLLOOGGYY UUNNIIOONN MMIINNIISSTTEERR''SS OOFFFFIICCEE AAnnnneexx CC--44:: PPuubblliicc LLaanndd MMoobbiillee SSppeeccttrruumm AAssssiiggnnmmeenntt PPllaann NNoovveemmbbeerr 44,, 22001133    
  2. 2. Proposed Spectrum Rules ‐ Annexes  November 4, 2013    C‐2    Annex C‐4:  Public Land Mobile Spectrum Assignment Plan    This annex contains the specific arrangements that have been established for the public land mobile  Telecommunications Services sector in Myanmar.    The 450 MHz band (from 452 to 470 MHz)     The 450 MHz band is currently assigned as follows:  Frequency range  (MHz)  Assigned user  Current use  Bandwidth  (MHz)  452.5 ‐453.35  None  Guard band  0.85  453.35 – 457.1   463.35 – 467.1   MPT  CDMA 4501   2 x 3.375   457.1 – 457.475  None  Guard band  0.375  457.475 – 462.5   None  Not assigned  5.025   462.5 – 463.35   None  Guard band  0.850  467.1 – 467.475  None  Guard band  0.375  467.475 – 470  Multiple walkie‐talkie equipment users  (construction company etc)  Walkie‐talkie  communication  2.525  Source: PTD  Regarding Public Land Mobile Network within the 450 MHz band, the frequency range of 453.35 to  457.1 and 463.35 to 467.1 MHz is used by MPT for its CDMA 450 network.2     The 700 MHz band (from 698 to 806 MHz)     The 700 MHz band is currently not in use. The 700 MHz band is allocated to broadcasting as well as to  fixed and mobile services according to the National Table of Frequency Allocations.     The 800 MHz band (from 806 to 880 MHz)     The 800 MHz band is currently assigned as follows:  Frequency range (MHz)  Assigned user  Current use  Bandwidth (MHz)  806 – 825  None  None  19  825 – 835 /  870 – 880   MPT  CDMA 8003   2 x 10   835 – 870   None  None  35   Source: PTD  Regarding Public Land Mobile Network within the 800 MHz band, 2 x 10 MHz of the 800 MHz band is  currently used by MPT for its CDMA mobile and CDMA WLL (Wireless Local Loop) service. The frequency  spectrum currently occupied by MPT is 825 – 835 / 870 – 880 MHz. Within the 800 MHz band (806 – 880  MHz), a total of 54 MHz of spectrum in the range of 806 – 825 MHz, 835 – 870 MHz are still available to  be assigned.                                                               1  For both Fixed Wireless (WLL) and mobile.  2  In addition, not part of the 450 MHz band, MPT has also deployed Mc400 network, using a derivative of SCDMA  technology (20 MHz in the 410‐430 MHz band).  3  For both Fixed Wireless (WLL) and mobile. 
  3. 3. Proposed Spectrum Rules ‐ Annexes  November 4, 2013    C‐3      The 900 MHz Band (from 880 to 960 MHz)     The P‐GSM band of 890 – 915 MHz and 935 – 960 MHz currently is utilized by MPT for its nationwide  GSM  900  network.  The  E‐GSM  band  of  880  –  890  /  925  –  935  MHz  is  not  in  use.    MPT  has  been  requested by PTD to free up 2 x 10 MHz in this band by the end of 2013.  Looking forward, MPT will: (a)  retain 2 x 15 MHz bandwidth of the P‐GSM band  (900 – 915 MHz for uplink and 945– 960 MHz for  downlink);  (b)  release  2  x  10  MHz  by  migrating  its  base  stations  to  the  reassigned  spectrum.  The  migration process will be completed by December 31st, 2013.     The spectrum assignment after the migration and adoption of E‐GSM spectrum is illustrated as follows:  Frequency range  (MHz)  Planned user  Planned use  Bandwidth  (MHz)  880 – 885/  925 – 930  Second Myanmar Operator  Mobile services  2 x 5  885 – 890/  930 – 935  Reserved for future  Mobile services  2 x 5  890 – 895/  935 – 940  New Operator 1  Mobile services  2 x 5  895 ‐900/  940 – 945  New Operator 2  Mobile services  2 x 5  900 – 915   945 – 960   MPT  Mobile services   (GSM and other services)  2 x 15  915 – 925   None  Reserved as guard band  10  Source: PTD    The 1800 MHz Band (from 1710 to 1785 and from 1805 to 1880 MHz)    The spectrum in the 1800 MHz band is reserved and may be released for mobile operators to deploy  mobile services in the future.  MPT is being allowed to temporarily use 1730 – 1750 / 1825 – 1845 MHz  for the SEA Games, but this frequency range is not permanently assigned to MPT and cannot be used for  commercial launch.  The rest of the band is not in use.    The planned assignment is illustrated in the following table:    Frequency range  (MHz)  Planned user  Planned use  Bandwidth  (MHz)  1710 – 1785/   1805 – 1880   Available for mobile  operator(s) in the future  Reserved for mobile  services  2 x 75   Source: PTD    Within the 1800 MHz band, 2 x 75 MHz is available.    The 2100 MHz Band (from 1920 to 1980 and from 2110 to 2170 MHz)  MPT currently uses 1935 – 1950 MHz (uplink) / 2125 – 2140 MHz (downlink) for 3G services. The rest of  the band is not in use.   
  4. 4. Proposed Spectrum Rules ‐ Annexes  November 4, 2013    C‐4    MPT will retain the 2 x 15 MHz spectrum it currently holds in the 2100 MHz band.  Two blocks of 2 x 10  MHz spectrum in the 2100 MHz band will be offered to the two new operators. The second Myanmar  operator is also expected to be assigned 2 x 10 MHz in the 2100 MHz band. Three blocks of 2 x 5 MHz  spectrum will still be available for mobile operators and may be released to then‐existing operators in  the future according to the terms specified in their Licence. The assignment and use of the 2100 MHz  band is illustrated in the following table:    Frequency range  (MHz)  Planned user  Planned use  Bandwidth  (MHz)  1935 – 1950 (uplink)  2125 – 2140  (downlink)  MPT  3G service  2 x 15  1920 – 1930 /  2110 – 2120   Second Myanmar Operator   Mobile services  2 x 10  1930 – 1935 /  2120 – 2125   Reserved for future  Mobile services  2 x 5  1950 – 1960 /   2140 – 2150  New Operator 1  Mobile services  2 x 10  1960 – 1965 /  2150 ‐ 2155  Reserved for future  Mobile services  2 x 5  1965 – 1975 /  2155 ‐ 2165  New Operator 2  Mobile services  2 x 10  1975 – 1980 /  2165 ‐ 2170  Reserved for future  Mobile services  2 x 5  Source : PTD    The 2300 MHz Band (from 2300 to 2399 MHz)    The 2300 MHz band is currently assigned as follows:    Frequency range (MHz)  Assigned user  Current use  Bandwidth (MHz)  2305 – 2315  2350 – 2360      YTP  WiMax  20  2316 – 2336  Department of Civil Aviation  Fixed wireless access  20  2300 – 2305  2336 – 2350  2361 ‐ 2399   None  None  59  Source: PTD    YTP currently uses 2305 – 2315 and 2350 – 2360 for WiMax services. The Department of Civil Aviation  currently uses 2316 – 2336 for fixed wireless access. The rest of the band is not in use.   
  5. 5. Proposed Spectrum Rules ‐ Annexes  November 4, 2013    C‐5    The 2600 MHz Band (from 2545 to 2699 MHz)    The 2600 MHz band is currently assigned as follows:    Frequency range  (MHz)  Assigned user  Current use  Bandwidth (MHz)  2545 ‐ 2548   None  None  3  2548 – 2602  YTP  WiMax  54  2602 – 2640  None  None  38  2640 – 2680  YTP  WiMax  40  2680 – 2699  None  None  19  Source: PTD         
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  7. 7. 5.1. Introduction In this chapter maritime-mobile frequencies in HF and VHF bands are given. The coming tables and sections have been extracted from the latest ITU-R Radio Regulation Appendices S17 and S18. 5.2. Frequencies and channelling arrangements in the high-frequency bands for the maritime mobile service 5.2.1. Table of subdivided bands In the table, where appropriate1, the assignable frequencies in a given band for each usage are: – indicated by the lowest and highest frequency, in heavy type, assigned in that band; – regularly spaced, the number of assignable frequencies (f.) and the spacing in kHz being indicated in italics. Table 5.1. Frequencies (kHz) to be used in the band between 4 000 kHz and 27 500 kHz allocated exclusively to the maritime mobile service Band (MHz) 4 6 8 12 16 18/19 22 25/26 Limits (kHz) 4 063 6 200 8 195 12 230 16 360 18 780 22 000 25 070 Frequencies assignable to ship stations for oceanographic data transmission c) 4 063.3 to 4 064.8 6 f. 0.3 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 065 6 200 8 195 12 230 16 360 18 780 22 000 25 070 Frequencies assignable to ship stations for telephony, duplex operation a) i) 4 066.4 to 4 144.4 27 f. 3 kHz 6 201.4 to 6 222.4 8 f. 3 kHz 8 196.4 to 8 292.4 33 f. 3 kHz 12 231.4 to 12 351.4 41 f. 3 kHz 16 361.4 to 16 526.4 56 f. 3 kHz 18 781.4 to 18 823.4 15 f. 3 kHz 22 001.4 to 22 157.4 53 f. 3 kHz 25 071.4 to 25 098.4 10 f. 3 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 146 6 224 8 294 12 353 16 528 18 825 22 159 25 100 Frequencies assignable to ship stations and coast stations for telephony, simplex operation a) 4 147.4 to 4 150.4 2 f. 3 kHz 6 225.4 to 6 231.4 3 f. 3 kHz 8 295.4 to 8 298.4 2 f. 3 kHz 12 354.4 to 12 366.4 5 f. 3 kHz 16 529.4 to 16 547.4 7 f. 3 kHz 18 826.4 to 18 844.4 7 f. 3 kHz 22 160.4 to 22 178.4 7 f. 3 kHz 25 101.4 to 25 119.4 7 f. 3 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 152 6 233 8 300 12 368 16 549 18 846 22 180 25 121 1 Within the non-shaded boxes. Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-1 Frequencies and Channelling Arrangements for Maritime Mobile Service ANNEX C-5
  8. 8. Table 5.1. Frequencies (kHz) to be used in the band between 4000 kHz and 27500 kHz allocated exclusively to the maritime mobile service (continued) Band (MHz) 4 6 8 12 16 18/19 22 25/26 Limits (kHz) 4 152 6 233 8 300 12 368 16 549 18 846 22 180 25 121 Frequencies assignable to ship stations for wide-band telegraphy, facsimile and special transmission systems 4 154 to 4 170 5 f. 4 kHz 6 235 to 6 259 7 f. 4 kHz 8 302 to 8 338 10 f. 4 kHz 12 370 to 12 418 13 f. 4 kHz 16 551 to 16 615 17 f. 4 kHz 18 848 to 18 868 6 f. 4 kHz 22 182 to 22 238 15 f. 4 kHz 25 123 to 25 159 10 f. 4 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 172 6 261 8 340 12 420 16 617 18 870 22 240 25 161.25 Frequencies assignable to ship stations for oceanographic data transmission c) 6 261.3 to 6 262.5 5 f. 0.3 kHz 8 340.3 to 8 341.5 5 f. 0.3 kHz 12 420.3 to 12 421.5 5 f. 0.3 kHz 16 617.3 to 16 618.5 5 f. 0.3 kHz 22 240.3 to 22 241.5 5 f. 0.3 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 172 6 262.75 8 341.75 12 421.75 16 618.75 18 870 22 241.75 25 161.25 Frequencies (paired) assignable to ship stations for narrow-band direct- printing (NBDP) telegraphy and data transmission systems at speeds not exceeding 100 Bd for FSK and 200 Bd for PSK d) j) m) 4 172.5 to 4 181.5 18 f. 0.5 kHz 6 263 to 6 275.5 25 f. 0.5 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 181.75 6 275.75 8 341.75 12 421.75 16 618.75 18 870 22 241.75 25 161.25 Calling frequencies assignable to ship stations for A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy g) Limits (kHz) 4 186.75 6 280.75 8 341.75 12 421.75 16 618.75 18 870 22 241.75 25 161.25 Frequencies (paired) assignable to ship stations for NBDP telegraphy and data transmission systems at speeds not exceeding 100 Bd for FSK and 200 Bd for PSK d) m) 6 281 to 6 284.5 8 f. 0.5 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 186.75 6 284.75 8 341.75 12 421.75 16 618.75 18 870 22 241.75 25 161.25 Working frequencies assignable to ship stations for A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy e) f) h) 4 187 to 4 202 31 f. 0.5 kHz 6 285 to 6 300 31 f. 0.5 kHz 8 342 to 8 365.5 48 f. 0.5 kHz 12 422 to 12 476.5 110 f. 0.5 kHz 16 619 to 16 683 129 f. 0.5 kHz 22 242 to 22 279 75 f. 0.5 kHz 25 161.5 to 25 171 20 f. 0.5 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 202.25 6 300.25 8 365.75 12 476.75 16 683.25 18 870 22 279.25 25 171.25 Calling frequencies assignable to ship stations for A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy g) Limits (kHz) 4 202.25 6 300.25 8 370.75 12 476.75 16 683.25 18 870 22 284.25 25 172.75 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-2
  9. 9. Table 5.1. Frequencies (kHz) to be used in the band between 4000 kHz and 27500 kHz allocated exclusively to the maritime mobile service (continued) Band (MHz) 4 6 8 12 16 18/19 22 25/26 Limits (kHz) 4 202.25 6 300.25 8 370.75 12 476.75 16 683.25 18 870 22 284.25 25 172.75 Working frequencies assignable to ship stations for A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy e) f) 8 371 to 8 376 11 f. 0.5 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 202.25 6 300.25 8 376.25 12 476.75 16 683.25 18 870 22 284.25 25 172.75 Frequencies (paired) assignable to ship stations for NBDP telegraphy and data transmission systems at speeds not exceeding 100 bauds for FSK and 200 bauds for PSK d) j) m) 8 376.5 to 8 396 40 f. 0.5 kHz 12 477 to 12 549.5 146 f. 0.5 kHz 16 683.5 to 16 733.5 101 f. 0.5 kHz 18 870.5 to 18 892.5 45 f. 0.5 kHz 22 284.5 to 22 351.5 135 f. 0.5 kHz 25 173 to 25 192.5 40 f. 0.5 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 202.25 6 300.25 8 396.25 12 549.75 16 733.75 18 892.75 22 351.75 25 192.75 Calling frequencies assignable to ship stations for A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy g) Limits (kHz) 4 202.25 6 300.25 8 396.25 12 554.75 16 738.75 18 892.75 22 351.75 25 192.75 Frequencies (paired) assignable to ship stations for NBDP telegraphy and data transmission systems at speeds not exceeding 100 bauds for FSK and 200 bauds for PSK d) m) 12 555 to 12 559.5 10 f. 0.5 kHz 16 739 to 16 784.5 92 f. 0.5 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 202.25 6 300.25 8 396.25 12 559.75 16 784.75 18 892.75 22 351.75 25 192.75 Frequencies (non paired) assignable to ship stations for NBDP telegraphy and data transmission systems at speeds not exceeding 100 Bd for FSK and 200 Bd for PSK and for A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy (working) b) 4 202.5 to 4 207 10 f. 0.5 kHz 6 300.5 to 6 311.5 23 f. 0.5 kHz 8 396.5 to 8 414 36 f. 0.5 kHz 12 560 to 12 576.5 34 f. 0.5 kHz 16 785 to 16 804 39 f. 0.5 kHz 18 893 to 18 898 11 f. 0.5 kHz 22 352 to 22 374 45 f. 0.5 kHz 25 193 to 25 208 31 f. 0.5 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 207.25 6 311.75 8 414.25 12 576.75 16 804.25 18 898.25 22 374.25 25 208.25 Frequencies assignable to ship stations for digital selective calling k) l) 4 207.5 to 4 209 4 f. 0.5 kHz 6 312 to 6 313.5 4 f. 0.5 kHz 8 414.5 to 8 416 4 f. 0.5 kHz 12 577 to 12 578.5 4 f. 0.5 kHz 16 804.5 to 16 806 4 f. 0.5 kHz 18 898.5 to 18 899.5 3 f. 0.5 kHz 22 374.5 to 22 375.5 3 f. 0.5 kHz 25 208.5 to 25 209.5 3 f. 0.5 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 209.25 6 313.75 8 416.25 12 578.75 16 806.25 18 899.75 22 375.75 25 210 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-3
  10. 10. Table 5.1. Frequencies (kHz) to be used in the band between 4000 kHz and 27500 kHz allocated exclusively to the maritime mobile service (continued) Band (MHz) 4 6 8 12 16 18/19 22 25/26 Limits (kHz) 4 209.25 6 313.75 8 416.25 12 578.75 16 806.25 18 899.75 22 375.75 25 210 Frequencies (paired) assignable to coast stations for NBDP and data transmission systems, at speeds not exceeding 100 Bd for FSK and 200 Bd for PSK d) n) o) 4 209.5 to 4 219 20 f. 0.5 kHz 6 314 to 6 330.5 34 f. 0.5 kHz 8 416.5 to 8 436 40 f. 0.5 kHz 12 579 to 12 656.5 156 f. 0.5 kHz 16 806.5 to 16 902.5 193 f. 0.5 kHz 19 680.5 to 19 703 46 f. 0.5 kHz 22 376 to 22 443.5 136 f. 0.5 kHz 26 100.5 to 26 120.5 41 f. 0.5 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 219.25 6 330.75 8 436.25 12 656.75 16 902.75 19 703.25 22 443.75 26 120.75 Frequencies assignable to coast stations for digital selective calling l) 4 219.5 to 4 220.5 3 f. 0.5 kHz 6 331 to 6 332 3 f. 0.5 kHz 8 436.5 to 8 437.5 3 f. 0.5 kHz 12 657 to 12 658 3 f. 0.5 kHz 16 903 to 16 904 3 f. 0.5 kHz 19 703.5 to 19 704.5 3 f. 0.5 kHz 22 444 to 22 445 3 f. 0.5 kHz 26 121 to 26 122 3 f. 0.5 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 221 6 332.5 8 438 12 658.5 16 904.5 19 705 22 445.5 26 122.5 Frequencies assignable to coast stations for wide-band and A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy, facsimile, special and data transmission systems and direct-printing telegraphy systems Limits (kHz) 4 351 6 501 8 707 13 077 17 242 19 755 22 696 26 145 Frequencies assignable to coast stations for telephony, duplex operation a) 4 352.4 to 4 436.4 29 f. 3 kHz 6 502.4 to 6 523.4 8 f. 3 kHz 8 708.4 to 8 813.4 36 f. 3 kHz 13 078.4 to 13 198.4 41 f. 3 kHz 17 243.4 to 17 408.4 56 f. 3 kHz 19 756.4 to 19 798.4 15 f. 3 kHz 22 697.4 to 22 853.4 53 f. 3 kHz 26 146.4 to 26 173.4 10 f. 3 kHz Limits (kHz) 4 438 6 525 8 815 13 200 17 410 19 800 22 855 26 175 Notes for Table 5.1 a) See 5.3.1, b) See 5.2.2.3, c) The frequency bands may also be u sed by buoy stations for oceanographic data tranmission and by stations interrogating these buoys. d) See Section 5.2.2.2 e) In the frequency bands to be used by ship stations for A1A Morse telegraphy working at speeds not exceeding 40 Bd, administrations may assign additional frequencies interleaved between the assignable frequencies. Any frequencies so assigned shall be multiples of 100 Hz. Administrations shall ensure a uniform distribution of such assignments within the bands. f) See section 5.2.2.5 g) See Section 5.2.2.4 h) For the conditions of use of the frequency 8364 kHz, see section 4.2 in chapter 4 i) For the use of the carrier frequencies 4125 kHz, 6215 kHz, 8291 kHz, 12290 kHz and 16420 kHz in these sub-bands by ship and coast stations for distress and safety purposes, by single-sideband radiotelephony, see RR Article S31 and section 4.2. j) For the use of the frequencies 4177.5 kHz, 6268 kHz, 8376.5 kHz, 12520 kHz and 16695 kHz in these sub-bands by ship and coast stations for distress and safety purposes, by NBDP telegraphy, see RR Article S31. k) For the use of the frequencies 4207.5 kHz, 6312 kHz, 8414.5 kHz, 12577 kHz and 16804.5 kHz in these sub-bands by ship and coast stations for distress and safety purposes, by digital selective calling, see RR Article S31. l) The following paired frequencies (for ship/coast stations) 4208/4219.5 kHz, 6312.5/6331 kHz, 8415/ 8436.5 kHz, 12577.5/12657 kHz, 16805/16903 kHz, 18898.5/19703.5 kHz, 22374.5/22444 kHz and 25208.5/26121 kHz are t he first Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-4
  11. 11. choice international frequencies for digital selective calling (see RR Article S54). m) Frequencies from these frequency bands may also be used for A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy (working) (see section 5.2.2.2). n) The frequencies 4210 kHz, 6314 kHz, 8416.5 kHz, 12579 kHz, 16806.5 kHz, 19680.5 kHz, 22376 kHz et 26100.5 kHz are the exclusive international frequencies for the transmission of Maritime Safety Information (MSI) (see RR Articles S31 and S33. o) The frequency 4209.5 kHz is an exclusive international frequency for the transmission of NAVTEX type information (see RR Articles S31 and S33). 5.2.2 Channelling arrangements 5.2.2.1 Radiotelephony Radiotelephone channelling arrangements for the frequencies to be used by coast and ship stations in the bands allocated to the maritime mobile service are indicated in the following Tables: • Table of single-sideband transmitting frequencies (kHz) for duplex (two-frequency) operation, Table 5.2. The frequencies of the channel No.s 421 in the 4 MHz band, 606 in the 6 MHz band, 821 in the 8 MHz band, 1221 in the 12 MHz band, 1621 in the 16 MHz band, 1806 in the 18 MHz band, 2221 in the 22 MHz band and 2510 in the 25 MHz band in this Table are allocated for calling purposes (the use of channels 1221 and 1621 for calling purposes shall cease as soon as possible no later than 31 December 2003). One or more series of frequencies from Table 5.2 (with the exception of those frequencies mentioned above for calling purpose) may be assigned to each coast station, which uses these frequencies associated in pairs (see RR No. S52.226); each pair consists of a transmitting and a receiving frequency. The series shall be selected with due regard to the areas served and so as to avoid, as far as possible, harmful interference between the services of different coast stations. • Table of single-sideband transmitting frequencies (kHz) for simplex (single-frequency) operation and for intership cross- band (two-frequency) operation, Table 5.3. The frequencies in this Table are provided for worldwide common use by ships of all categ ories, according to traf fic requirements, for ship transmissions to coas t stations and for intership communication. They are als o authorized for worldwide common use for transmissions by coast stations (simplex operation) provided the peak envelope power does not exceed 1 kW; • Table of recommended single-sideband transmitting frequencies (kHz) for ship stations in the band 4000-4063 kHz shared with the fixed service, Table 5.4, • Table of recommended single-sideband transmitting frequencies (kHz) for ship and coast stations in the band 8100-8195 kHz shared with the fixed service. The technical characteristics for single-sideband transmitters are specified in ITU-R Recommendation M.1173. The remaining frequencies in Tables 5.2 to 5.5 are working frequencies. For the use of the carrier f requencies: 4125 kHz (Channel No. 421), 6215 kHz (Channel No. 606), 8 291 kHz (Channel No. 833), 12 290 kHz (Channel No. 1221) and 16 420 k Hz (Channel No. 1621) in Table 5.2, by coast and ship stations for distress and safety purposes, see Article S31 and section 4.2. Maritime radiotelephone stations using single-sideband emissions in the bands between 4000 kHz and 27500 kHz exclusively allocated to the maritime mobile service shall operate only on the carrier frequencies shown in the Tables 5.2 and 5.3 in conformity with the technical characteristics specified in Recommendation ITU-R M.1173. Ship stations, when using frequencies for single-sideband radiotelephony from the bands 4000-4063 kHz and ship and coast stations, when using frequencies for single-sideband radiotelephony in the band 8100-8195 kHz should operate on the carrier frequencies indicated in Tables 5.4 and 5.5 respectively. Technical characteristics of the equipment shall be those specified in Recommendation ITU- R M.1173. Stations employing the single-sideband mode shall use only class J3E emissions. The channelling plan established in Table 5.5 does not prejudice the rights of administrations to establish, and to notify assignments to stations in the maritime mobile service other than those using radiotelephony in the band 8100-8195 kHz, in conformity with the relevant provisions of these Regulations. For the use and notification of Channel Nos. 427, 428, 429, 607, 608, 832, 834, 835, 836, 837, 1233 u p to and including 1241, 1642 up to and including 1656, 1801 up to and including 1805, 1807 up to and including 1815, 2241 up to and including 2253 and 2501 up to and including 2509, see Resolution 325 (Mob-87)*. * This Resolution was abrogated by WRC-95. Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-5
  12. 12. Table 5.2. Table of single-sideband transmitting frequencies (kHz) for duplex 4 MHz band Channel No. Coast stations Ship stations Carrier freq. Assigned freq. Carrier freq. Assigned freq. 401 4 357 4 358.4 4 065 4 066.4 402 4 360 4 361.4 4 068 4 069.4 403 4 363 4 364.4 4 071 4 072.4 404 4 366 4 367.4 4 074 4 075.4 405 4 369 4 370.4 4 077 4 078.4 406 4 372 4 373.4 4 080 4 081.4 407 4 375 4 376.4 4 083 4 084.4 408 4 378 4 379.4 4 086 4 087.4 409 4 381 4 382.4 4 089 4 090.4 410 4 384 4 385.4 4 092 4 093.4 411 4 387 4 388.4 4 095 4 096.4 412 4 390 4 391.4 4 098 4 099.4 413 4 393 4 394.4 4 101 4 102.4 414 4 396 4 397.4 4 104 4 105.4 415 4 399 4 400.4 4 107 4 108.4 416 4 402 4 403.4 4 110 4 111.4 417 4 405 4 406.4 4 113 4 114.4 418 4 408 4 409.4 4 116 4 117.4 419 4 411 4 412.4 4 119 4 120.4 420 4 414 4 415.4 4 122 4 123.4 421 4 417 * 4 418.4 * 4 125 *4 4 126.4 * 422 4 420 4 421.4 4 128 4 129.4 423 4 423 4 424.4 4 131 4 132.4 424 4 426 4 427.4 4 134 4 135.4 425 4 429 4 430.4 4 137 4 138.4 426 4 432 4 433.4 4 140 4 141.4 427 2 4 435 4 436.4 4 143 4 144.4 428 1, 2, 3 4 351 4 352.4 – – 429 1, 2, 3 4 354 4 355.4 – – 6 MHz band Channel No. Coast stations Ship stations Carrier freq. Assigned freq. Carrier freq. Assigned freq. 601 6 501 6 502.4 6 200 6 201.4 602 6 504 6 505.4 6 203 6 204.4 603 6 507 6 508.4 6 206 6 207.4 604 6 510 6 511.4 6 209 6 210.4 605 6 513 6 514.4 6 212 6 213.4 606 6 516 * 6 517.4 * 6 215 * 5 6 216.4 * 607 2 6 519 6 520.4 6 218 6 219.4 608 2 6 522 6 523.4 6 221 6 222.4 8 MHz band Channel No. Coast stations Ship stations Carrier freq. Assigned freq. Carrier freq. Assigned freq. 801 8 719 8 720.4 8 195 8 196.4 802 8 722 8 723.4 8 198 8 199.4 803 8 725 8 726.4 8 201 8 202.4 804 8 728 8 729.4 8 204 8 205.4 805 8 731 8 732.4 8 207 8 208.4 806 8 734 8 735.4 8 210 8 211.4 807 8 737 8 738.4 8 213 8 214.4 808 8 740 8 741.4 8 216 8 217.4 809 8 743 8 744.4 8 219 8 220.4 810 8 746 8 747.4 8 222 8 223.4 811 8 749 8 750.4 8 225 8 226.4 812 8 752 8 753.4 8 228 8 229.4 813 8 755 8 756.4 8 231 8 232.4 814 8 758 8 759.4 8 234 8 235.4 815 8 761 8 762.4 8 237 8 238.4 816 8 764 8 765.4 8 240 8 241.4 817 8 767 8 768.4 8 243 8 244.4 818 8 770 8 771.4 8 246 8 247.4 819 8 773 8 774.4 8 249 8 250.4 820 8 776 8 777.4 8 252 8 253.4 821 8 779 * 8 780.4 * 8 255 * 8 256.4 * 822 8 782 8 783.4 8 258 8 259.4 823 8 785 8 786.4 8 261 8 262.4 824 8 788 8 789.4 8 264 8 265.4 825 8 791 8 792.4 8 267 8 268.4 826 8 794 8 795.4 8 270 8 271.4 827 8 797 8 798.4 8 273 8 274.4 828 8 800 8 801.4 8 276 8 277.4 829 8 803 8 804.4 8 279 8 280.4 830 8 806 8 807.4 8 282 8 283.4 831 8 809 8 810.4 8 285 8 286.4 832 2 8 812 8 813.4 8 288 8 289.4 833 8 2917 8 292.4 8 291 7 8 292.4 834 2, 3, 6 8 707 8 708.4 – – 835 2, 3, 6 8 710 8 711.4 – – 836 2, 3, 6 8 713 8 714.4 – – 837 2, 3, 6 8 716 8 717.4 – – 12 MHz band Channel No. Coast stations Ship stations Carrier freq. Assigned freq. Carrier freq. Assigned freq. 1201 13 077 13 078.4 12 230 12 231.4 1202 13 080 13 081.4 12 233 12 234.4 1203 13 083 13 084.4 12 236 12 237.4 1204 13 086 13 087.4 12 239 12 240.4 1205 13 089 13 090.4 12 242 12 243.4 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-6
  13. 13. Table 5.2. Table of single-sideband transmitting frequencies (kHz) for duplex (continued) 12 MHz band (end) Channel No. Coast stations Ship stations Carrier freq. Assigned freq. Carrier freq. Assigned freq. 1206 13 092 13 093.4 12 245 12 246.4 1207 13 095 13 096.4 12 248 12 249.4 1208 13 098 13 099.4 12 251 12 252.4 1209 13 101 13 102.4 12 254 12 255.4 1210 13 104 13 105.4 12 257 12 258.4 1211 13 107 13 108.4 12 260 12 261.4 1212 13 110 13 111.4 12 263 12 264.4 1213 13 113 13 114.4 12 266 12 267.4 1214 13 116 13 117.4 12 269 12 270.4 1215 13 119 13 120.4 12 272 12 273.4 1216 13 122 13 123.4 12 275 12 276.4 1217 13 125 13 126.4 12 278 12 279.4 1218 13 128 13 129.4 12 281 12 282.4 1219 13 131 13 132.4 12 284 12 285.4 1220 13 134 13 135.4 12 287 12 288.4 1221 13 137 * 13 138.4 * 12 290 * 8 12 291.4 * 1222 13 140 13 141.4 12 293 12 294.4 1223 13 143 13 144.4 12 296 12 297.4 1224 13 146 13 147.4 12 299 12 300.4 1225 13 149 13 150.4 12 302 12 303.4 1226 13 152 13 153.4 12 305 12 306.4 1227 13 155 13 156.4 12 308 12 309.4 1228 13 158 13 159.4 12 311 12 312.4 1229 13 161 13 162.4 12 314 12 315.4 1230 13 164 13 165.4 12 317 12 318.4 1231 13 167 13 168.4 12 320 12 321.4 1232 13 170 13 171.4 12 323 12 324.4 1233 2 13 173 13 174.4 12 326 12 327.4 1234 2 13 176 13 177.4 12 329 12 330.4 1235 2 13 179 13 180.4 12 332 12 333.4 1236 2 13 182 13 183.4 12 335 12 336.4 1237 2 13 185 13 186.4 12 338 12 339.4 1238 2 13 188 13 189.4 12 341 12 342.4 1239 2 13 191 13 192.4 12 344 12 345.4 1240 2 13 194 13 195.4 12 347 12 348.4 1241 2 13 197 13 198.4 12 350 12 351.4 16 MHz band Channel No. Coast stations Ship stations Carrier freq. Assigned freq. Carrier freq. Assigned freq. 1601 17 242 17 243.4 16 360 16 361.4 1602 17 245 17 246.4 16 363 16 364.4 1603 17 248 17 249.4 16 366 16 367.4 1604 17 251 17 252.4 16 369 16 370.4 1605 17 254 17 255.4 16 372 16 373.4 16 MHz band (end) Channel No. Coast stations Ship stations Carrier freq. Assigned freq. Carrier freq. Assigned freq. 1606 17 257 17 258.4 16 375 16 376.4 1607 17 260 17 261.4 16 378 16 379.4 1608 17 263 17 264.4 16 381 16 382.4 1609 17 266 17 267.4 16 384 16 385.4 1610 17 269 17 270.4 16 387 16 388.4 1611 17 272 17 273.4 16 390 16 391.4 1612 17 275 17 276.4 16 393 16 394.4 1613 17 278 17 279.4 16 396 16 397.4 1614 17 281 17 282.4 16 399 16 400.4 1615 17 284 17 285.4 16 402 16 403.4 1616 17 287 17 288.4 16 405 16 406.4 1617 17 290 17 291.4 16 408 16 409.4 1618 17 293 17 294.4 16 411 16 412.4 1619 17 296 17 297.4 16 414 16 415.4 1620 17 299 17 300.4 16 417 16 418.4 1621 17 302 * 17 303.4 * 16 420 * 9 16 421.4 * 1622 17 305 17 306.4 16 423 16 424.4 1623 17 308 17 309.4 16 426 16 427.4 1624 17 311 17 312.4 16 429 16 430.4 1625 17 314 17 315.4 16 432 16 433.4 1626 17 317 17 318.4 16 435 16 436.4 1627 17 320 17 321.4 16 438 16 439.4 1628 17 323 17 324.4 16 441 16 442.4 1629 17 326 17 327.4 16 444 16 445.4 1630 17 329 17 330.4 16 447 16 448.4 1631 17 332 17 333.4 16 450 16 451.4 1632 17 335 17 336.4 16 453 16 454.4 1633 17 338 17 339.4 16 456 16 457.4 1634 17 341 17 342.4 16 459 16 460.4 1635 17 344 17 345.4 16 462 16 463.4 1636 17 347 17 348.4 16 465 16 466.4 1637 17 350 17 351.4 16 468 16 469.4 1638 17 353 17 354.4 16 471 16 472.4 1639 17 356 17 357.4 16 474 16 475.4 1640 17 359 17 360.4 16 477 16 478.4 1641 17 362 17 363.4 16 480 16 481.4 1642 2 17 365 17 366.4 16 483 16 484.4 1643 2 17 368 17 369.4 16 486 16 487.4 1644 2 17 371 17 372.4 16 489 16 490.4 1645 2 17 374 17 375.4 16 492 16 493.4 1646 2 17 377 17 378.4 16 495 16 496.4 1647 2 17 380 17 381.4 16 498 16 499.4 1648 2 17 383 17 384.4 16 501 16 502.4 1649 2 17 386 17 387.4 16 504 16 505.4 1650 2 17 389 17 390.4 16 507 16 508.4 1651 2 17 392 17 393.4 16 510 16 511.4 1652 2 17 395 17 396.4 16 513 16 514.4 1653 2 17 398 17 399.4 16 516 16 517.4 1654 2 17 401 17 402.4 16 519 16 520.4 1655 2 17 404 17 405.4 16 522 16 523.4 1656 2 17 407 17 408.4 16 525 16 526.4 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-7
  14. 14. Table 5.2. Table of single-sideband transmitting frequencies (kHz) for duplex (continued) 18/19 MHz band Channel No. Coast stations Ship stations Carrier freq. Assigned freq. Carrier freq. Assigned freq. 1801 2 19 755 19 756.4 18 780 18 781.4 1802 2 19 758 19 759.4 18 783 18 784.4 1803 2 19 761 19 762.4 18 786 18 787.4 1804 2 19 764 19 765.4 18 789 18 790.4 1805 2 19 767 19 768.4 18 792 18 793.4 1806 19 770 * 19 771.4 * 18 795 * 18 796.4 * 1807 2 19 773 19 774.4 18 798 18 799.4 1808 2 19 776 19 777.4 18 801 18 802.4 1809 2 19 779 19 780.4 18 804 18 805.4 1810 2 19 782 19 783.4 18 807 18 808.4 1811 2 19 785 19 786.4 18 810 18 811.4 1812 2 19 788 19 789.4 18 813 18 814.4 1813 2 19 791 19 792.4 18 816 18 817.4 1814 2 19 794 19 795.4 18 819 18 820.4 1815 2 19 797 19 798.4 18 822 18 823.4 22 MHz band (end) Channel No. Coast stations Ship stations Carrier freq. Assigned freq. Carrier freq. Assigned freq. 2226 22 771 22 772.4 22 075 22 076.4 2227 22 774 22 775.4 22 078 22 079.4 2228 22 777 22 778.4 22 081 22 082.4 2229 22 780 22 781.4 22 084 22 085.4 2230 22 783 22 784.4 22 087 22 088.4 2231 22 786 22 787.4 22 090 22 091.4 2232 22 789 22 790.4 22 093 22 094.4 2233 22 792 22 793.4 22 096 22 097.4 2234 22 795 22 796.4 22 099 22 100.4 2235 22 798 22 799.4 22 102 22 103.4 2236 22 801 22 802.4 22 105 22 106.4 2237 22 804 22 805.4 22 108 22 109.4 2238 22 807 22 808.4 22 111 22 112.4 2239 22 810 22 811.4 22 114 22 115.4 2240 22 813 22 814.4 22 117 22 118.4 2241 2 22 816 22 817.4 22 120 22 121.4 2242 2 22 819 22 820.4 22 123 22 124.4 2243 2 22 822 22 823.4 22 126 22 127.4 2244 2 22 825 22 826.4 22 129 22 130.4 2245 2 22 828 22 829.4 22 132 22 133.4 2246 2 22 831 22 832.4 22 135 22 136.4 2247 2 22 834 22 835.4 22 138 22 139.4 2248 2 22 837 22 838.4 22 141 22 142.4 2249 2 22 840 22 841.4 22 144 22 145.4 2250 2 22 843 22 844.4 22 147 22 148.4 2251 2 22 846 22 847.4 22 150 22 151.4 2252 2 22 849 22 850.4 22 153 22 154.4 2253 2 22 852 22 853.4 22 156 22 157.4 22 MHz band Channel No. Coast stations Ship stations Carrier freq. Assigned freq. Carrier freq. Assigned freq. 2201 22 696 22 697.4 22 000 22 001.4 2202 22 699 22 700.4 22 003 22 004.4 2203 22 702 22 703.4 22 006 22 007.4 2204 22 705 22 706.4 22 009 22 010.4 2205 22 708 22 709.4 22 012 22 013.4 2206 22 711 22 712.4 22 015 22 016.4 2207 22 714 22 715.4 22 018 22 019.4 2208 22 717 22 718.4 22 021 22 022.4 2209 22 720 22 721.4 22 024 22 025.4 2210 22 723 22 724.4 22 027 22 028.4 2211 22 726 22 727.4 22 030 22 031.4 2212 22 729 22 730.4 22 033 22 034.4 2213 22 732 22 733.4 22 036 22 037.4 2214 22 735 22 736.4 22 039 22 040.4 2215 22 738 22 739.4 22 042 22 043.4 2216 22 741 22 742.4 22 045 22 046.4 2217 22 744 22 745.4 22 048 22 049.4 2218 22 747 22 748.4 22 051 22 052.4 2219 22 750 22 751.4 22 054 22 055.4 2220 22 753 22 754.4 22 057 22 058.4 2221 22 756 * 22 757.4 * 22 060 * 22 061.4 * 2222 22 759 22 760.4 22 063 22 064.4 2223 22 762 22 763.4 22 066 22 067.4 2224 22 765 22 766.4 22 069 22 070.4 2225 22 768 22 769.4 22 072 22 073.4 25/26 MHz band Channel No. Coast stations Ship stations Carrier freq. Assigned freq. Carrier freq. Assigned freq. 2501 2 26 145 26 146.4 25 070 25 071.4 2502 2 26 148 26 149.4 25 073 25 074.4 2503 2 26 151 26 152.4 25 076 25 077.4 2504 2 26 154 26 155.4 25 079 25 080.4 2505 2 26 157 26 158.4 25 082 25 083.4 2506 2 26 160 26 161.4 25 085 25 086.4 2507 2 26 163 26 164.4 25 088 25 089.4 2508 2 26 166 26 167.4 25 091 25 092.4 2509 2 26 169 26 170.4 25 094 25 095.4 2510 26 172 * 26 173.4 * 25 097 * 25 098.4 * Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-8
  15. 15. Footnotes to Table 5.2 : 1 These coast station frequencies may be paired with a ship station frequency from the table of simplex frequencies for ship and coast stations (see Sub-Section B) or with a frequency from the band 4 000-4 063 kHz (see Table 5.4) to be selected by the administration concerned. 2 For the use and notification of these frequencies, see Resolution 325 (Mob-87)*. 3 These channels may also be used for simplex (single frequency) operation. 4 For the conditions of use of the carrier frequency 4 125 kHz, see RR Nos. S52.224 and S52.225, and section 4.3. 5 For the conditions of use of the carrier frequency 6 215 kHz, see sections 4.2 and 4.3. 6 These coast station frequencies may be paired with a ship station frequency from the table of simplex frequencies for ship and coast stations (see Table 5.3) or with a frequency from the band 8 100-8 195 kHz (see Table 5.5) to be selected by the administration concerned. 7 For the conditions of use of the carrier frequency 8 291 kHz, see section 4.3. 8 For the conditions of use of the carrier frequency 12 290 kHz, see section 4.3. 9 For the conditions of use of the carrier frequency 16 420 kHz, see section 4.3. * The frequencies followed by an asterisk are calling frequencies (see RR Nos. S52.221 and S52.222). Table 5.3. Table of single-sideband transmitting frequencies (kHz) for simplex (single-frequency) operation and for intership cross-band (two-frequency) operation * 4 MHz band1 6 MHz band 8 MHz band2 12 MHz band Carrier frequency Assigned frequency Carrier frequency Assigned frequency Carrier frequency Assigned frequency Carrier frequency Assigned frequency 4 146 4 149 4 147.4 4 150.4 6 224 6 227 6 230 6 225.4 6 228.4 6 231.4 8 294 8 297 8 295.4 8 298.4 12 353 12 356 12 362 12 365 12 354.4 12 357.4 12 363.4 12 366.4 1 These frequencies may be used for duplex operation with coast stations operating on Channels. 428 and 429 (see Table 5.2). 2 These frequencies may be used for duplex operation with coast stations operating on Channel Nos. 834 up to and including 837 (see Table 5.2). * The frequencies in Table 5.3 are prov ided for worldwide common use by ships of all categ ories, according to traffic requirements, for ship transmissions to coast stations and for intership communication. They are also authorized for worldwide common use for transmissions by coast stations (simplex operation) provided the peak envelope power does not exceed 1 kW. Table 5.3. Table of single-sideband transmitting frequencies (kHz) for simplex (single-frequency) operation and for intership cross-band (two-frequency) operation (Cont.) * This Resolution was abrogated by WRC-95. 16 MHz band 3 18/19 MHz band 22 MHz band 25/26 MHz band Carrier frequency Assigned frequency Carrier frequency Assigned frequency Carrier frequency Assigned frequency Carrier frequency Assigned frequency 16 528 16 531 16 534 16 540 16 543 16 546 16 529.4 16 532.4 16 535.4 16 541.4 16 544.4 16 547.4 18 825 18 828 18 831 18 834 18 837 18 840 18 843 18 826.4 18 829.4 18 832.4 18 835.4 18 838.4 18 841.4 18 844.4 22 159 22 162 22 165 22 168 22 171 22 174 22 177 22 160.4 22 163.4 22 166.4 22 169.4 22 172.4 22 175.4 22 178.4 25 100 25 103 25 106 25 109 25 112 25 115 25 118 25 101.4 25 104.4 25 107.4 25 110.4 25 113.4 25 116.4 25 119.4 3 The frequencies 12 359 kHz and 16 537 kHz are alternative to frequencies 13 137 kHz and 17 302 kHz for using by ship and coast stations for calling on a simplex basis, with peak envelope power less than 1kW. Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-9
  16. 16. Table 5.4. Table of recommended single-sideband transmitting frequencies (kHz) for ship stations in the band 4 000-4 063 kHz shared with the fixed service The frequencies in this Table may be used: – for supplementing ship-to-shore channels for duplex operation in 5.2; – for intership simplex (single-frequency) and cross-band operation; – for cross-band working with coast stations on channels in Table 5.5; – for duplex operation with coast stations working in the band 4438-4650 kHz; – for duplex operation with Channel Nos. 428 and 429. Table 5.5. Table of recommended single-sideband transmitting frequencies (kHz) for ship and coast stations in the band 8 100-8 195 kHz shared with the fixed service The frequencies in this Table may be used: – for supplementing ship-to-shore and shore-to-ship channels for duplex operation in Table 5.2; – for intership simplex (single frequency) and cross-band operation; – for cross-band working with ship stations on channels in 5.4; – for ship-to-shore or shore-to-ship simplex operation; – for duplex operation with Channel Nos. 834, 835, 836 and 837. Channel No. Carrier frequency Assigned frequency Channel No. Carrier frequency Assigned frequency 1 8 101 8 102.4 17 8 149 8 150.4 2 8 104 8 105.4 18 8 152 8 153.4 3 8 107 8 108.4 19 8 155 8 156.4 4 8 110 8 111.4 20 8 158 8 159.4 5 8 113 8 114.4 21 8 161 8 162.4 6 8 116 8 117.4 22 8 164 8 165.4 7 8 119 8 120.4 23 8 167 8 168.4 8 8 122 8 123.4 24 8 170 8 171.4 9 8 125 8 126.4 25 8 173 8 174.4 10 8 128 8 129.4 26 8 176 8 177.4 11 8 131 8 132.4 27 8 179 8 180.4 12 8 134 8 135.4 28 8 182 8 183.4 13 8 137 8 138.4 29 8 185 8 186.4 14 8 140 8 141.4 30 8 188 8 189.4 15 8 143 8 144.4 31 8 191 8 192.4 16 8 146 8 147.4 Channel No. Carrier frequency Assigned frequency Channel No. Carrier frequency Assigned frequency 1 4 000* 4 001.4* 12 4 033 4 034.4 2 4 003* 4 004.4* 13 4 036 4 037.4 3 4 006 4 007.4 14 4 039 4 040.4 4 4 009 4 010.4 15 4 042 4 043.4 5 4 012 4 013.4 16 4 045 4 046.4 6 4 015 4 016.4 17 4 048 4 049.4 7 4 018 4 019.4 18 4 051 4 052.4 8 4 021 4 022.4 19 4 054 4 055.4 9 4 024 4 025.4 20 4 057 4 058.4 10 4 027 4 028.4 21 4 060 4 061.4 11 4 030 4 031.4 * Administrations are requested to urge ship stations under their jurisdiction to refrain from using the band 4 000-4 005 kHz when navigating in Region 3 (see also chapter 2, S5.126). Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-10
  17. 17. The channelling plan established in Table 5.5 does not prejudice the rights of administrations to establish, and to notify assignments to stations in the maritime mobile service other than those using radiotelephony in the band 8 100-8 195 kHz, in conformity with the relevant provisions of these Regulations. 5.2.2.2. Narrow-band direct-printing telegraphy (paired frequencies) Each coast station which uses paired frequencies is assigned one or more frequency pairs from the following series; each pair consists of a transmitting and a receiving frequency. The speed of the narrow-band direct-printing telegraphy and data systems shall not exceed 100 Bd for FSK and 200 Bd for PSK. Table 5.6. Table of frequencies for two-frequency operation by coast stations (kHz) Channel 4 MHz band 1 6 MHz band 3 8 MHz band 4 No. Transmit Receive Transmit Receive Transmit Receive 1 2 3 4 5 4 210.5 4 211 4 211.5 4 212 4 212.5 4 172.5 4 173 4 173.5 4 174 4 174.5 6 314.5 6 315 6 315.5 6 316 6 316.5 6 263 6 263.5 6 264 6 264.5 6 265 8 376.5 2 8 417 8 417.5 8 418 8 418.5 8 376.5 2 8 377 8 377.5 8 378 8 378.5 6 7 8 9 10 4 213 4 213.5 4 214 4 214.5 4 215 4 175 4 175.5 4 176 4 176.5 4 177 6 317 6 317.5 6 318 6 318.5 6 319 6 265.5 6 266 6 266.5 6 267 6 267.5 8 419 8 419.5 8 420 8 420.5 8 421 8 379 8 379.5 8 380 8 380.5 8 381 11 12 13 14 15 4 177.5 2 4 215.5 4 216 4 216.5 4 217 4 177.5 2 4 178 4 178.5 4 179 4 179.5 6 268 2 6 319.5 6 320 6 320.5 6 321 6 268 2 6 268.5 6 269 6 269.5 6 270 8 421.5 8 422 8 422.5 8 423 8 423.5 8 381.5 8 382 8 382.5 8 383 8 383.5 16 17 18 19 20 4 217.5 4 218 4 218.5 4 219 4 180 4 180.5 4 181 4 181.5 6 321.5 6 322 6 322.5 6 323 6 323.5 6 270.5 6 271 6 271.5 6 272 6 272.5 8 424 8 424.5 8 425 8 425.5 8 426 8 384 8 384.5 8 385 8 385.5 8 386 21 22 23 24 25 6 324 6 324.5 6 325 6 325.5 6 326 6 273 6 273.5 6 274 6 274.5 6 275 8 426.5 8 427 8 427.5 8 428 8 428.5 8 386.5 8 387 8 387.5 8 388 8 388.5 26 27 28 29 30 6 326.5 6 327 6 327.5 6 328 6 328.5 6 275.5 6 281 6 281.5 6 282 6 282.5 8 429 8 429.5 8 430 8 430.5 8 431 8 389 8 389.5 8 390 8 390.5 8 391 31 32 33 34 35 6 329 6 329.5 6 330 6 330.5 6 283 6 283.5 6 284 6 284.5 8 431.5 8 432 8 432.5 8 433 8 433.5 8 391.5 8 392 8 392.5 8 393 8 393.5 36 37 38 39 40 8 434 8 434.5 8 435 8 435.5 8 436 8 394 8 394.5 8 395 8 395.5 8 396 1 Ship stations may use the coast station receiving frequencies for transmitting A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy (working), with the exception of channel No. 11 (see section 4.3). 2 For the conditions of use of this frequency, see RR Article S31. 3 Ship stations may use the coast station receiving frequencies of channel Nos. 25 up to an d including 34 f or transmitting A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy (working). 4 Ship stations may use the coast station receiving frequencies of channel Nos. 29 up to an d including 40 f or transmitting A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy (working). Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-11
  18. 18. Table 5.6. Table of frequencies for two-frequency operation by coast stations (kHz) (Cont.) Channel 12 MHz band 5 16 MHz band 6 18/19 MHz band (end) No. Transmit Receive Transmit Receive Transmit Receive 1 2 3 4 5 12 579.5 12 580 12 580.5 12 581 12 581.5 12 477 12 477.5 12 478 12 478.5 12 479 16 807 16 807.5 16 808 16 808.5 16 809 16 683.5 16 684 16 684.5 16 685 16 685.5 19 681 19 681.5 19 682 19 682.5 19 683 18 870.5 18 871 18 871.5 18 872 18 872.5 6 7 8 9 10 12 582 12 582.5 12 583 12 583.5 12 584 12 479.5 12 480 12 480.5 12 481 12 481.5 16 809.5 16 810 16 810.5 16 811 16 811.5 16 686 16 686.5 16 687 16 687.5 16 688 19 683.5 19 684 19 684.5 19 685 19 685.5 18 873 18 873.5 18 874 18 874.5 18 875 11 12 13 14 15 12 584.5 12 585 12 585.5 12 586 12 586.5 12 482 12 482.5 12 483 12 483.5 12 484 16 812 16 812.5 16 813 16 813.5 16 814 16 688.5 16 689 16 689.5 16 690 16 690.5 19 686 19 686.5 19 687 19 687.5 19 688 18 875.5 18 876 18 876.5 18 877 18 877.5 16 17 18 19 20 12 587 12 587.5 12 588 12 588.5 12 589 12 484.5 12 485 12 485.5 12 486 12 486.5 16 814.5 16 815 16 815.5 16 816 16 816.5 16 691 16 691.5 16 692 16 692.5 16 693 19 688.5 19 689 19 689.5 19 690 19 690.5 18 878 18 878.5 18 879 18 879.5 18 880 21 22 23 24 25 12 589.5 12 590 12 590.5 12 591 12 591.5 12 487 12 487.5 12 488 12 488.5 12 489 16 817 16 817.5 16 818 16 695 2 16 818.5 16 693.5 16 694 16 694.5 16 695 2 16 695.5 19 691 19 691.5 19 692 19 692.5 19 693 18 880.5 18 881 18 881.5 18 882 18 882.5 26 27 28 29 30 12 592 12 592.5 12 593 12 593.5 12 594 12 489.5 12 490 12 490.5 12 491 12 491.5 16 819 16 819.5 16 820 16 820.5 16 821 16 696 16 696.5 16 697 16 697.5 16 698 19 693.5 19 694 19 694.5 19 695 19 695.5 18 883 18 883.5 18 884 18 884.5 18 885 31 32 33 34 35 12 594.5 12 595 12 595.5 12 596 12 596.5 12 492 12 492.5 12 493 12 493.5 12 494 16 821.5 16 822 16 822.5 16 823 16 823.5 16 698.5 16 699 16 699.5 16 700 16 700.5 19 696 19 696.5 19 697 19 697.5 19 698 18 885.5 18 886 18 886.5 18 887 18 887.5 36 37 38 39 40 12 597 12 597.5 12 598 12 598.5 12 599 12 494.5 12 495 12 495.5 12 496 12 496.5 16 824 16 824.5 16 825 16 825.5 16 826 16 701 16 701.5 16 702 16 702.5 16 703 19 698.5 19 699 19 699.5 19 700 19 700.5 18 888 18 888.5 18 889 18 889.5 18 890 41 42 43 44 45 12 599.5 12 600 12 600.5 12 601 12 601.5 12 497 12 497.5 12 498 12 498.5 12 499 16 826.5 16 827 16 827.5 16 828 16 828.5 16 703.5 16 704 16 704.5 16 705 16 705.5 19 701 19 701.5 19 702 19 702.5 19 703 18 890.5 18 891 18 891.5 18 892 18 892.5 5 Ship stations may use the coast station receiving frequencies of channel Nos. 58 up to and including 156 for transmitting A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy (working), with the exception of channel No. 87 (see Appendix S15). 6 Ship stations may use the coast station receiving frequencies of channel Nos. 71 up to and including 193 for transmitting A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy (working). Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-12
  19. 19. Table 5.6. Table of frequencies for two-frequency operation by coast stations (kHz) (Cont.) Channel 12 MHz band 5 (cont.) 16 MHz band 6 (cont.) No. Transmit Receive Transmit Receive 46 47 48 49 50 12 602 12 602.5 12 603 12 603.5 12 604 12 499.5 12 500 12 500.5 12 501 12 501.5 16 829 16 829.5 16 830 16 830.5 16 831 16 706 16 706.5 16 707 16 707.5 16 708 51 52 53 54 55 12 604.5 12 605 12 605.5 12 606 12 606.5 12 502 12 502.5 12 503 12 503.5 12 504 16 831.5 16 832 16 832.5 16 833 16 833.5 16 708.5 16 709 16 709.5 16 710 16 710.5 56 57 58 59 60 12 607 12 607.5 12 608 12 608.5 12 609 12 504.5 12 505 12 505.5 12 506 12 506.5 16 834 16 834.5 16 835 16 835.5 16 836 16 711 16 711.5 16 712 16 712.5 16 713 61 62 63 64 65 12 609.5 12 610 12 610.5 12 611 12 611.5 12 507 12 507.5 12 508 12 508.5 12 509 16 836.5 16 837 16 837.5 16 838 16 838.5 16 713.5 16 714 16 714.5 16 715 16 715.5 66 67 68 69 70 12 612 12 612.5 12 613 12 613.5 12 614 12 509.5 12 510 12 510.5 12 511 12 511.5 16 839 16 839.5 16 840 16 840.5 16 841 16 716 16 716.5 16 717 16 717.5 16 718 71 72 73 74 75 12 614.5 12 615 12 615.5 12 616 12 616.5 12 512 12 512.5 12 513 12 513.5 12 514 16 841.5 16 842 16 842.5 16 843 16 843.5 16 718.5 16 719 16 719.5 16 720 16 720.5 76 77 78 79 80 12 617 12 617.5 12 618 12 618.5 12 619 12 514.5 12 515 12 515.5 12 516 12 516.5 16 844 16 844.5 16 845 16 845.5 16 846 16 721 16 721.5 16 722 16 722.5 16 723 81 82 83 84 85 12 619.5 12 620 12 620.5 12 621 12 621.5 12 517 12 517.5 12 518 12 518.5 12 519 16 846.5 16 847 16 847.5 16 848 16 848.5 16 723.5 16 724 16 724.5 16 725 16 725.5 86 87 88 89 90 12 622 12 520 2 12 622.5 12 623 12 623.5 12 519.5 12 520 2 12 520.5 12 521 12 521.5 16 849 16 849.5 16 850 16 850.5 16 851 16 726 16 726.5 16 727 16 727.5 16 728 91 92 93 94 95 12 624 12 624.5 12 625 12 625.5 12 626 12 522 12 522.5 12 523 12 523.5 12 524 16 851.5 16 852 16 852.5 16 853 16 853.5 16 728.5 16 729 16 729.5 16 730 16 730.5 Channel 12 MHz band 5 (cont.) 16 MHz band 6 (cont.) No. Transmit Receive Transmit Receive 96 97 98 99 100 12 626.5 12 627 12 627.5 12 628 12 628.5 12 524.5 12 525 12 525.5 12 526 12 526.5 16 854 16 854.5 16 855 16 855.5 16 856 16 731 16 731.5 16 732 16 732.5 16 733 101 102 103 104 105 12 629 12 629.5 12 630 12 630.5 12 631 12 527 12 527.5 12 528 12 528.5 12 529 16 856.5 16 857 16 857.5 16 858 16 858.5 16 733.5 16 739 16 739.5 16 740 16 740.5 106 107 108 109 110 12 631.5 12 632 12 632.5 12 633 12 633.5 12 529.5 12 530 12 530.5 12 531 12 531.5 16 859 16 859.5 16 860 16 860.5 16 861 16 741 16 741.5 16 742 16 742.5 16 743 111 112 113 114 115 12 634 12 634.5 12 635 12 635.5 12 636 12 532 12 532.5 12 533 12 533.5 12 534 16 861.5 16 862 16 862.5 16 863 16 863.5 16 743.5 16 744 16 744.5 16 745 16 745.5 116 117 118 119 120 12 636.5 12 637 12 637.5 12 638 12 638.5 12 534.5 12 535 12 535.5 12 536 12 536.5 16 864 16 864.5 16 865 16 865.5 16 866 16 746 16 746.5 16 747 16 747.5 16 748 121 122 123 124 125 12 639 12 639.5 12 640 12 640.5 12 641 12 537 12 537.5 12 538 12 538.5 12 539 16 866.5 16 867 16 867.5 16 868 16 868.5 16 748.5 16 749 16 749.5 16 750 16 750.5 126 127 128 129 130 12 641.5 12 642 12 642.5 12 643 12 643.5 12 539.5 12 540 12 540.5 12 541 12 541.5 16 869 16 869.5 16 870 16 870.5 16 871 16 751 16 751.5 16 752 16 752.5 16 753 131 132 133 134 135 12 644 12 644.5 12 645 12 645.5 12 646 12 542 12 542.5 12 543 12 543.5 12 544 16 871.5 16 872 16 872.5 16 873 16 873.5 16 753.5 16 754 16 754.5 16 755 16 755.5 136 137 138 139 140 12 646.5 12 647 12 647.5 12 648 12 648.5 12 544.5 12 545 12 545.5 12 546 12 546.5 16 874 16 874.5 16 875 16 875.5 16 876 16 756 16 756.5 16 757 16 757.5 16 758 141 142 143 144 145 12 649 12 649.5 12 650 12 650.5 12 651 12 547 12 547.5 12 548 12 548.5 12 549 16 876.5 16 877 16 877.5 16 878 16 878.5 16 758.5 16 759 16 759.5 16 760 16 760.5 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-13
  20. 20. Table 5.6. Table of frequencies for two-frequency operation by coast stations (kHz) (Cont.) Channel 12 MHz band 5 (end) 16 MHz band 6 (end) No. Transmit Receive Transmit Receive 146 147 148 149 150 12 651.5 12 652 12 652.5 12 653 12 653.5 12 549.5 12 555 12 555.5 12 556 12 556.5 16 879 16 879.5 16 880 16 880.5 16 881 16 761 16 761.5 16 762 16 762.5 16 763 151 152 153 154 155 12 654 12 654.5 12 655 12 655.5 12 656 12 557 12 557.5 12 558 12 558.5 12 559 16 881.5 16 882 16 882.5 16 883 16 883.5 16 763.5 16 764 16 764.5 16 765 16 765.5 156 157 158 159 160 12 656.5 12 559.5 16 884 16 884.5 16 885 16 885.5 16 886 16 766 16 766.5 16 767 16 767.5 16 768 161 162 163 164 165 16 886.5 16 887 16 887.5 16 888 16 888.5 16 768.5 16 769 16 769.5 16 770 16 770.5 166 167 168 169 170 16 889 16 889.5 16 890 16 890.5 16 891 16 771 16 771.5 16 772 16 772.5 16 773 171 172 173 174 175 16 891.5 16 892 16 892.5 16 893 16 893.5 16 773.5 16 774 16 774.5 16 775 16 775.5 176 177 178 179 180 16 894 16 894.5 16 895 16 895.5 16 896 16 776 16 776.5 16 777 16 777.5 16 778 181 182 183 184 185 16 896.5 16 897 16 897.5 16 898 16 898.5 16 778.5 16 779 16 779.5 16 780 16 780.5 186 187 188 189 190 16 899 16 899.5 16 900 16 900.5 16 901 16 781 16 781.5 16 782 16 782.5 16 783 191 192 193 16 901.5 16 902 16 902.5 16 783.5 16 784 16 784.5 Channel 22 MHz band 7 25/26 MHz band (end) No. Transmit Receive Transmit Receive 1 2 3 4 5 22 376.5 22 377 22 377.5 22 378 22 378.5 22 284.5 22 285 22 285.5 22 286 22 286.5 26 101 26 101.5 26 102 26 102.5 26 103 25 173 25 173.5 25 174 25 174.5 25 175 6 7 8 9 10 22 379 22 379.5 22 380 22 380.5 22 381 22 287 22 287.5 22 288 22 288.5 22 289 26 103.5 26 104 26 104.5 26 105 26 105.5 25 175.5 25 176 25 176.5 25 177 25 177.5 11 12 13 14 15 22 381.5 22 382 22 382.5 22 383 22 383.5 22 289.5 22 290 22 290.5 22 291 22 291.5 26 106 26 106.5 26 107 26 107.5 26 108 25 178 25 178.5 25 179 25 179.5 25 180 16 17 18 19 20 22 384 22 384.5 22 385 22 385.5 22 386 22 292 22 292.5 22 293 22 293.5 22 294 26 108.5 26 109 26 109.5 26 110 26 110.5 25 180.5 25 181 25 181.5 25 182 25 182.5 21 22 23 24 25 22 386.5 22 387 22 387.5 22 388 22 388.5 22 294.5 22 295 22 295.5 22 296 22 296.5 26 111 26 111.5 26 112 26 112.5 26 113 25 183 25 183.5 25 184 25 184.5 25 185 26 27 28 29 30 22 389 22 389.5 22 390 22 390.5 22 391 22 297 22 297.5 22 298 22 298.5 22 299 26 113.5 26 114 26 114.5 26 115 26 115.5 25 185.5 25 186 25 186.5 25 187 25 187.5 31 32 33 34 35 22 391.5 22 392 22 392.5 22 393 22 393.5 22 299.5 22 300 22 300.5 22 301 22 301.5 26 116 26 116.5 26 117 26 117.5 26 118 25 188 25 188.5 25 189 25 189.5 25 190 36 37 38 39 40 22 394 22 394.5 22 395 22 395.5 22 396 22 302 22 302.5 22 303 22 303.5 22 304 26 118.5 26 119 26 119.5 26 120 26 120.5 25 190.5 25 191 25 191.5 25 192 25 192.5 41 42 43 44 45 22 396.5 22 397 22 397.5 22 398 22 398.5 22 304.5 22 305 22 305.5 22 306 22 306.5 46 47 48 49 50 22 399 22 399.5 22 400 22 400.5 22 401 22 307 22 307.5 22 308 22 308.5 22 309 7 Ship stations may use the coast station receiving frequencies of channels No. 68 up to a nd including 135 for transmitting A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy (working) Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-14
  21. 21. Table 5.6. Table of frequencies for two-frequency operation by coast stations (kHz) (Cont.) Channel 22 MHz band 7 (cont.) No. Transmit Receive 51 52 53 54 55 22 401.5 22 402 22 402.5 22 403 22 403.5 22 309.5 22 310 22 310.5 22 311 22 311.5 56 57 58 59 60 22 404 22 404.5 22 405 22 405.5 22 406 22 312 22 312.5 22 313 22 313.5 22 314 61 62 63 64 65 22 406.5 22 407 22 407.5 22 408 22 408.5 22 314.5 22 315 22 315.5 22 316 22 316.5 66 67 68 69 70 22 409 22 409.5 22 410 22 410.5 22 411 22 317 22 317.5 22 318 22 318.5 22 319 71 72 73 74 75 22 411.5 22 412 22 412.5 22 413 22 413.5 22 319.5 22 320 22 320.5 22 321 22 321.5 76 77 78 79 80 22 414 22 414.5 22 415 22 415.5 22 416 22 322 22 322.5 22 323 22 323.5 22 324 81 82 83 84 85 22 416.5 22 417 22 417.5 22 418 22 418.5 22 324.5 22 325 22 325.5 22 326 22 326.5 86 87 88 89 90 22 419 22 419.5 22 420 22 420.5 22 421 22 327 22 327.5 22 328 22 328.5 22 329 91 92 93 94 95 22 421.5 22 422 22 422.5 22 423 22 423.5 22 329.5 22 330 22 330.5 22 331 22 331.5 96 97 98 99 100 22 424 22 424.5 22 425 22 425.5 22 426 22 332 22 332.5 22 333 22 333.5 22 334 101 102 103 104 105 22 426.5 22 427 22 427.5 22 428 22 428.5 22 334.5 22 335 22 335.5 22 336 22 336.5 Channel 22 MHz band 7 (end) No. Transmit Receive 106 107 108 109 110 22 429 22 429.5 22 430 22 430.5 22 431 22 337 22 337.5 22 338 22 338.5 22 339 111 112 113 114 115 22 431.5 22 432 22 432.5 22 433 22 433.5 22 339.5 22 340 22 340.5 22 341 22 341.5 116 117 118 119 120 22 434 22 434.5 22 435 22 435.5 22 436 22 342 22 342.5 22 343 22 343.5 22 344 121 122 123 124 125 22 436.5 22 437 22 437.5 22 438 22 438.5 22 344.5 22 345 22 345.5 22 346 22 346.5 126 127 128 129 130 22 439 22 439.5 22 440 22 440.5 22 441 22 347 22 347.5 22 348 22 348.5 22 349 131 132 133 134 135 22 441.5 22 442 22 442.5 22 443 22 443.5 22 349.5 22 350 22 350.5 22 351 22 351.5 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-15
  22. 22. 5.2.2.3. Narrow-band direct-printing telegraphy (non-paired frequencies) One or more frequencies are assigned to each ship station as transmitting frequencies. However, all frequencies in this chapter may also be used by ship stations for transmitting A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy (working) and for NBDP duplex operation. The corresponding coast station frequencies should be selected by the administration concerned from the sub-bands for coast station wideband telegraphy, A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy, facsimile, special and data transmission systems and direct-printing telegraphy systems. The speed of the narrow-band direct-printing telegraphy and data systems shall not exceed 100 Bd for FSK and 200 Bd for PSK. Table 5.7. Table of ship station transmitting frequencies (kHz) Frequency bands Channel # 4 MHz 6 MHz 8 MHz 12 MHz 16 MHz 18/19 MHz 22 MHz 25/26 MHz 1 2 3 4 5 4 202.5 4 203 4 203.5 4 204 4 204.5 6 300.5 6 301 6 301.5 6 302 6 302.5 8 396.5 8 397 8 397.5 8 398 8 398.5 12 560 12 560.5 12 561 12 561.5 12 562 16 785 16 785.5 16 786 16 786.5 16 787 18 893 18 893.5 18 894 18 894.5 18 895 22 352 22 352.5 22 353 22 353.5 22 354 25 193 25 193.5 25 194 25 194.5 25 195 6 7 8 9 10 4 205 4 205.5 4 206 4 206.5 4 207 6 303 6 303.5 6 304 6 304.5 6 305 8 399 8 399.5 8 400 8 400.5 8 401 12 562.5 12 563 12 563.5 12 564 12 564.5 16 787.5 16 788 16 788.5 16 789 16 789.5 18 895.5 18 896 18 896.5 18 897 18 897.5 22 354.5 22 355 22 355.5 22 356 22 356.5 25 195.5 25 196 25 196.5 25 197 25 197.5 11 12 13 14 15 6 305.5 6 306 6 306.5 6 307 6 307.5 8 401.5 8 402 8 402.5 8 403 8 403.5 12 565 12 565.5 12 566 12 566.5 12 567 16 790 16 790.5 16 791 16 791.5 16 792 18 898 22 357 22 357.5 22 358 22 358.5 22 359 25 198 25 198.5 25 199 25 199.5 25 200 16 17 18 19 20 6 308 6 308.5 6 309 6 309.5 6 310 8 404 8 404.5 8 405 8 405.5 8 406 12 567.5 12 568 12 568.5 12 569 12 569.5 16 792.5 16 793 16 793.5 16 794 16 794.5 22 359.5 22 360 22 360.5 22 361 22 361.5 25 200.5 25 201 25 201.5 25 202 25 202.5 21 22 23 24 25 6 310.5 6 311 6 311.5 8 406.5 8 407 8 407.5 8 408 8 408.5 12 570 12 570.5 12 571 12 571.5 12 572 16 795 16 795.5 16 796 16 796.5 16 797 22 362 22 362.5 22 363 22 363.5 22 364 25 203 25 203.5 25 204 25 204.5 25 205 26 27 28 29 30 8 409 8 409.5 8 410 8 410.5 8 411 12 572.5 12 573 12 573.5 12 574 12 574.5 16 797.5 16 798 16 798.5 16 799 16 799.5 22 364.5 22 365 22 365.5 22 366 22 366.5 25 205.5 25 206 25 206.5 25 207 25 207.5 31 32 33 34 35 8 411.5 8 412 8 412.5 8 413 8 413.5 12 575 12 575.5 12 576 12 576.5 16 800 16 800.5 16 801 16 801.5 16 802 22 367 22 367.5 22 368 22 368.5 22 369 25 208 36 37 38 39 40 8 414 16 802.5 16 803 16 803.5 16 804 22 369.5 22 370 22 370.5 22 371 22 371.5 41 42 43 44 45 22 372 22 372.5 22 373 22 373.5 22 374 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-16
  23. 23. 5.2.2.4. Morse telegraphy (calling) Table 5.8. Table of calling frequencies assignable to ship stations for A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy at speeds not exceeding 40 Bd* (kHz) Examples of subdivision of channels (centre frequencies are underlined) Group Channel series 4 MHz band 6 MHz band 8 MHz band 12 MHz band 16 MHz band 22 MHz band 25/26 MHz band I 1 2 4 182 4 182.5 6 277 6 277.5 8 366 8 366.5 12 550 12 550.5 16 734 16 734.5 22 279.5 22 280 Channel A 25 171.5 Groups I and II Common channel Common channel 3 4 4 184 4 184.5 6 276 6 276.5 8 368 8 369 12 552 12 533.5 16 736 16 738 22 280.5 22 281 Common channel C 25 172 II 5 6 4 183 4 183.5 6 278 6 278.5 8 367 8 367.5 12 551 12 551.5 16 735 16 735.5 22 281.5 22 282 Channel A 25 171.5 Groups I and II III 7 8 4 185 4 185.5 6 279 6 279.5 8 368.5 8 369.5 12 552.5 12 553 16 736.5 16 737 22 282.5 22 283 Channel B 25 172.5 IV 9 10 4 186 4 186.5 6 280 6 280.5 8 370 8 370.5 12 554 12 554.5 16 737.5 16 738.5 22 283.5 22 284 Groups III and IV * Channel width in every band: 0.5 kHz. NOTES 1 Only the common channels in the 4, 6, 8, 12 and 16 MHz for A1A Morse telegraphy are harmonically related. 2 Administrations should assign the frequencies as they appear in this chapter only to ship stations equipped with cristal controlled oscillators. 3 However, administrations may subdivide each appropriate group channel and common channel into s pecific calling frequencies on every full 100 Hz in the channel and assign these discrete frequencies to ships with synthetized transmitters. 4 181.8 4 181.9 4 182 4 182.1 4 182.2 6 276.8 6 276.9 6 277 6 277.1 6 277.2 8 365.8 8 365.9 8 366 8 366.1 8 366.2 12 549.8 12 549.9 12 550 12 550.1 12 550.2 16 733.8 16 733.9 16 734 16 734.1 16 734.2 22 279.3 22 279.4 22 279.5 22 279.6 22 279.7 25 171.3 25 171.4 25 171.5 25 171.6 25 171.7 4 Administrations should avoid as far as possible, assigning the two frequencies at ± 100 Hz from the harmonically related common channel. 5 In the 22 MHz bands and 25/26 MHz bands the channels are not harmonically related to those in the 4 to 16 MHz bands. However, the principle of subdivision of channels into specific calling frequencies on 100 Hz applies. Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-17
  24. 24. 5.2.2.5. Morse telegraphy (working) Table 5.9. Table of working frequencies, in kHz, assignable to ship stations for A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy at speeds not exceeding 40 Bd * Frequency bands Channel No. 4 MHz 6 MHz 8 MHz 12 MHz 16 MHz 22 MHz 25/26 MHz 1 2 3 4 5 4 187 4 187,5 4 188 4 188,5 4 189 6 285 6 285,5 6 286 6 286,5 6 287 8 342 8 342,5 8 343 8 343,5 8 344 12 422 12 422,5 12 423 12 423,5 12 424 16 619 16 619,5 16 620 16 620,5 16 621 22 242 22 242,5 22 243 22 243,5 22 244 25 161,5 25 162 25 162,5 25 163 25 163,5 6 7 8 9 10 4 189,5 4 190 4 190,5 4 191 4 191,5 6 287,5 6 288 6 288,5 6 289 6 289,5 8 344,5 8 345 8 345,5 8 346 8 346,5 12 424,5 12 425 12 425,5 12 426 12 426,5 16 621,5 16 622 16 622,5 16 623 16 623,5 22 244,5 22 245 22 245,5 22 246 22 246,5 25 164 25 164,5 25 165 25 165,5 25 166 11 12 13 14 15 4 192 4 192,5 4 193 4 193,5 4 194 6 290 6 290,5 6 291 6 291,5 6 292 8 347 8 347,5 8 348 8 348,5 8 349 12 427 12 427,5 12 428 12 428,5 12 429 16 624 16 624,5 16 625 16 625,5 16 626 22 247 22 247,5 22 248 22 248,5 22 249 25 166,5 25 167 25 167,5 25 168 25 168,5 16 17 18 19 20 4 194,5 4 195 4 195,5 4 196 4 196,5 6 292,5 6 293 6 293,5 6 294 6 294,5 8 349,5 8 350 8 350,5 8 351 8 351,5 12 429,5 12 430 12 430,5 12 431 12 431,5 16 626,5 16 627 16 627,5 16 628 16 628,5 22 249,5 22 250 22 250,5 22 251 22 251,5 25 169 25 169,5 25 170 25 170,5 25 171 21 22 23 24 25 4 197 4 197,5 4 198 4 198,5 4 199 6 295 6 295,5 6 296 6 296,5 6 297 8 352 8 352,5 8 353 8 353,5 8 354 12 432 12 432,5 12 433 12 433,5 12 434 16 629 16 629,5 16 630 16 630,5 16 631 22 252 22 252,5 22 253 22 253,5 22 254 26 27 28 29 30 4 199,5 4 200 4 200,5 4 201 4 201,5 6 297,5 6 298 6 298,5 6 299 6 299,5 8 354,5 8 355 8 355,5 8 356 8 356,5 12 434,5 12 435 12 435,5 12 436 12 436,5 16 631,5 16 632 16 632,5 16 633 16 633,5 22 254,5 22 255 22 255,5 22 256 22 256,5 31 32 33 34 35 4 202 6 300 8 357 8 357,5 8 358 8 358,5 8 359 12 437 12 437,5 12 438 12 438,5 12 439 16 634 16 634,5 16 635 16 635,5 16 636 22 257 22 257,5 22 258 22 258,5 22 259 36 37 38 39 40 8 359,5 8 360 8 360,5 8 361 8 361,5 12 439,5 12 440 12 440,5 12 441 12 441,5 16 636,5 16 637 16 637,5 16 638 16 638,5 22 259,5 22 260 22 260,5 22 261 22 261,5 41 42 43 44 45 8 362 8 362,5 8 363 8 363,5 8 364 12 442 12 442,5 12 443 12 443,5 12 444 16 639 16 639,5 16 640 16 640,5 16 641 22 262 22 262,5 22 263 22 263,5 22 264 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-18
  25. 25. Table 5.9. Table of working frequencies, in kHz, assignable to ship stations for A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy at speeds not exceeding 40 Bd * (Cont.) Frequency bands Channel No. 4 MHz 6 MHz 8 MHz 12 MHz 16 MHz 22 MHz 25/26 MHz 46 47 48 49 50 8 364,5 8 365 8 365,5 8 371 8 371,5 12 444,5 12 445 12 445,5 12 446 12 446,5 16 641,5 16 642 16 642,5 16 643 16 643,5 22 264,5 22 265 22 265,5 22 266 22 266,5 51 52 53 54 55 8 372 8 372,5 8 373 8 373,5 8 374 12 447 12 447,5 12 448 12 448,5 12 449 16 644 16 644,5 16 645 16 645,5 16 646 22 267 22 267,5 22 268 22 268,5 22 269 56 57 58 59 60 8 374,5 8 375 8 375,5 8 376 12 449,5 12 450 12 450,5 12 451 12 451,5 16 646,5 16 647 16 647,5 16 648 16 648,5 22 269,5 22 270 22 270,5 22 271 22 271,5 61 62 63 64 65 12 452 12 452,5 12 453 12 453,5 12 454 16 649 16 649,5 16 650 16 650,5 16 651 22 272 22 272,5 22 273 22 273,5 22 274 66 67 68 69 70 12 454,5 12 455 12 455,5 12 456 12 456,5 16 651,5 16 652 16 652,5 16 653 16 653,5 22 274,5 22 275 22 275,5 22 276 22 276,5 71 72 73 74 75 12 457 12 457,5 12 458 12 458,5 12 459 16 654 16 654,5 16 655 16 655,5 16 656 22 277 22 277,5 22 278 22 278,5 22 279 76 77 78 79 80 12 459,5 12 460 12 460,5 12 461 12 461,5 16 656,5 16 657 16 657,5 16 658 16 658,5 81 82 83 84 85 12 462 12 462,5 12 463 12 463,5 12 464 16 659 16 659,5 16 660 16 660,5 16 661 86 87 88 89 90 12 464,5 12 465 12 465,5 12 466 12 466,5 16 661,5 16 662 16 662,5 16 663 16 663,5 91 92 93 94 95 12 467 12 467,5 12 468 12 468,5 12 469 16 664 16 664,5 16 665 16 665,5 16 666 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-19
  26. 26. Table 5.9. Table of working frequencies, in kHz, assignable to ship stations for A1A or A1B Morse telegraphy at speeds not exceeding 40 Bd * (Cont.) * In the frequency bands to be u sed by ship stations for A1A Morse telegraphy working at speeds not exceeding 40 Bd, administrations may assign additional frequencies interleaved between the assignable frequencies. Any frequencies so assigned shall be multiples of 100 Hz. Administrations shall ensure a uniform distribution of such assignments within the bands. Frequency Bands Channel No. 4 MHz 6 MHz 8 MHz 12 MHz 16 MHz 22 MHz 25/26 MHz 96 97 98 99 100 12 469,5 12 470 12 470,5 12 471 12 471,5 16 666,5 16 667 16 667,5 16 668 16 668,5 101 102 103 104 105 12 472 12 472,5 12 473 12 473,5 12 474 16 669 16 669,5 16 670 16 670,5 16 671 106 107 108 109 110 12 474,5 12 475 12 475,5 12 476 12 476,5 16 671,5 16 672 16 672,5 16 673 16 673,5 111 112 113 114 115 16 674 16 674,5 16 675 16 675,5 16 676 116 117 118 119 120 16 676,5 16 677 16 677,5 16 678 16 678,5 121 122 123 124 125 16 679 16 679,5 16 680 16 680,5 16 681 126 127 128 129 16 681,5 16 682 16 682,5 16 683 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-20
  27. 27. 5.3. Transmitting frequencies in the VHF maritime mobile band (See Article S52) NOTE – For assistance in understanding the Table, see notes a) to n) below. Table 5.10. Table of transmitting frequencies in the VHF maritime mobile band Channel Notes Transmitting frequencies (MHz) Inter-ship Port operations and ship movement Public corres- designator Ship stations Coast stations Single frequency Two frequency pondence 60 156.025 160.625 x x 01 156.050 160.650 x x 61 m), o) 156.075 160.675 x x x 02 m), o) 156.100 160.700 x x x 62 m), o) 156.125 160.725 x x x 03 m), o) 156.150 160.750 x x x 63 m), o) 156.175 160.775 x x x 04 m), o) 156.200 160.800 x x x 64 m), o) 156.225 160.825 x x x 05 m), o) 156.250 160.850 x x x 65 m), o) 156.275 160.875 x x x 06 f) 156.300 x 66 156.325 160.925 x x 07 156.350 160.950 x x 67 h) 156.375 156.375 x x 08 156.400 x 68 156.425 156.425 x 09 i) 156.450 156.450 x x 69 156.475 156.475 x x 10 h) 156.500 156.500 x x 70 j) 156.525 156.525 Digital selective calling for distress, safety and calling 11 156.550 156.550 x 71 156.575 156.575 x 12 156.600 156.600 x 72 i) 156.625 x 13 k) 156.650 156.650 x x 73 h), i) 156.675 156.675 x x 14 156.700 156.700 x 74 156.725 156.725 x 15 g) 156.750 156.750 x x 75 n) 156.775 x Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-21
  28. 28. Table 5.10. Table of transmitting frequencies in the VHF maritime mobile band (Cont.) Notes referring to the Table General notes a) Administrations may designate frequencies in the intership, port operations and ship movement services for use by light aircraft and helicopters to communicate with ships or participatin g coast stations in predominantly maritime support operations under the conditions specified in Nos. S51.69, S51.73, S51.74, S51.75, S51.76, S51.77 and S51.78. However, the use of the channels which are shared with public correspondence shall be subject to prior ag reement between interested and affected administrations. The channels of the section 5.3, with the exception of channels 06, 13, 15, 16, 17, 70, 75 an d 76, may also be used for high- speed data and facsimile transmissions, subject to special arrangement between interested and affected administrations. c) The channels of the present Appendix, but preferably channel 28 and with the exception of channels 06, 13, 15, 16, 17, 70, 75 an d 76, m ay be u sed for direct-printing telegraphy and data transmission, subject to special arrangement between interested and affected administrations. d) The frequencies in this table may also be used for radiocommunications on inland waterways in accordance with the conditions specified in chapter 2, S5.226. e) Administrations having an urgent need to reduce local congestion may apply 12.5 kHz channel interleaving on a non- interference basis to 25 kHz channels, provided: Channel Notes Transmitting frequencies (MHz) Inter-ship Port operations and ship movement Public corres- designator Ship stations Coast stations Single frequency Two frequency pondence 16 156.800 156.800 DISTRESS, SAFETY AND CALLING 76 n) 156.825 x 17 g) 156.850 156.850 x x 77 156.875 x 18 m) 156.900 161.500 x x x 78 156.925 161.525 x x 19 156.950 161.550 x x 79 156.975 161.575 x x 20 157.000 161.600 x x 80 157.025 161.625 x x 21 157.050 161.650 x x 81 157.075 161.675 x x 22 m) 157.100 161.700 x x x 82 m), o) 157.125 161.725 x x x 23 m), o) 157.150 161.750 x x x 83 m), o) 157.175 161.775 x x x 24 m), o) 157.200 161.800 x x x 84 m), o) 157.225 161.825 x x x 25 m), o) 157.250 161.850 x x x 85 m), o) 157.275 161.875 x x x 26 m), o) 157.300 161.900 x x x 86 m), o) 157.325 161.925 x x x 27 157.350 161.950 x x 87 157.375 x 28 157.400 162.000 x x 88 157.425 x AIS 1 l) 161.975 161.975 AIS 2 l) 162.025 162.025 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-22
  29. 29. – Recommendation ITU-R M.1084-2 shall be taken into account when changing to 12.5 kHz channels; – it shall not affect the 25 kHz channels of the Table 5.10 maritime mobile distress and safety frequencies, especially the channels 06, 13, 15, 16, 17, an d 70, nor the technical characteristics mentioned in Recommendation ITU-R M.489-2 for those channels; – implementation of 12.5 kHz channel interleaving and consequential national requirements shall be subject to prior agreement between the implementing administrations and administrations whose ship stations or services may be affected. Specific notes f) The frequency 156.300 MH z (channel 06) (s ee RR No. S51.79 and sections 4.2 an d 4.3) m ay also be u sed for communication between ship stations and aircraft stations engaged in coordinated search and rescue operations. Ship stations shall avoid harmful interference to such communications on channel 06 as well as to communications between aircraft stations, ice-breakers and assisted ships during ice seasons. g) Channels 15 and 17 may also be used for on-board communications provided the effective radiated power does not exceed 1 W, and subject to the national regulations of the administration concerned when these channels are used in its territorial waters. h) Within the European Maritime Area and in Canada, these frequencies (channels 10, 67, 73) may also be used, if so required, by the individual administrations concerned, for communication between ship stations, aircraft stations and participating land stations engaged in coordinated search and rescue and anti-pollution operations in local areas, under the conditions specified in RR Nos. S51.69, S51.73, S51.74, S51.75, S51.76, S51.77 and S51.78. i) The preferred first three frequencies for the purpose indicated in note a) are 156.450 MHz (channel 09), 156.625 MHz (channel 72) and 156.675 MHz (channel 73). j) Channel 70 is to be used exclusively for digital selective calling for distress, safety and calling. k) Channel 13 is designated for use on a worldwide basis as a navigation safety communication channel, primarily for intership navigation safety communications. It may also be used for the ship movement and port operations service subject to the national regulations of the administrations concerned. l) These channels (AIS 1 and AIS 2) will be used for an automatic ship identification and surveillance system capable of providing worldwide operation on high seas, unless other frequencies are designated on a regional basis for this purpose. m) These channels may be operated as single frequency channels, subject to special arrangement between interested or affected administrations. n) The use of these channels (75 and 76) should be restricted to navigation-related communications only and all precautions should be taken to avoid harmful interference to channel 16, e.g. by limiting the output power to 1 W or by means of geographical separation. o) These channels may be used to provide bands for initial testing and the possible future introduction of new technologies, subject to special arrangement between interested or affected administrations. Stations using these channels or bands for the testing and the possible future introduction of new technologies shall not cause harmful interference to, and shall not claim protection from, other stations operating in accordance with alloation plan in chapter 2. Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-23
  30. 30. 5.4. Frequencies assigned for coast radiotelephone stations operating in the exclusive maritime mobile bands between 4 000 kHz and 27 500 kHz for The Union of Myanmar coastal station The coast radiotelephone stations operating in the bands allocated exclusively to the maritime mobile service between 4 000 kHz and 27 500 kHz must use the minimum power required to cover their service area. They may in no case use a peak envelope power above 10 kW per channel (see RR No. S52.219) Table 5.11. Frequencies assigned for coast radiotelephone stations operating in the exclusive maritime mobile bands between 4000 kHz and 27500 kHz for The Union of Myanmar coastal station Assigned frquency Carrier frequency Channel No. 8 804.4 8 803 829 13 183.4 13 182 1236 17 327.4 17 326 1629 22 700.4 22 699 2202 The procedure mentioned in Section I of Appendix S25, can be performed for bringing up to date the national frequency allotment Plan for coast stations. The frequencies can be selected from the Table of single-sideband transmitting frequencies for duplex communication in of section 5.2.2. Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 D-24
  31. 31. RREEPPUUBBLLIICC OOFF TTHHEE UUNNIIOONN OOFF MMYYAANNMMAARR MMIINNIISSTTRRYY OOFF CCOOMMMMUUNNIICCAATTIIOONNSS AANNDD IINNFFOORRMMAATTIIOONN TTEECCHHNNOOLLOOGGYY UUNNIIOONN MMIINNIISSTTEERR''SS OOFFFFIICCEE AAnnnneexx CC--66:: AAeerroonnaauuttiiccaall MMoobbiillee FFrreeqquueenncciieess NNoovveemmbbeerr 44,, 22001133
  32. 32. 6.1. Introduction Based on the nature of Aeronautical Mobile communication, high movement speed of planes, roaming ability above more than one country in international flights and safty reasons, harmonized desisions on spectrum usage for aeronautical mobile services, in-route or off-route, is one of the most urgent needs of world. Therefore ITU has been allocated some bands globally to this kind of service with enough concensus, especialy below 30 MHz which can be used for long distance communications. In this chapter off-route and in-route frequency arrangments, in addition to relavent allotement areas, collected from two RR Appedices S26 and S27. 6.2. Aeronautical Mobile (OR) freequencies 6.2.1. Exclusively aeronautical mobile (OR) service bands, between 3 025 kHz and 18 030 kHz According to the chapter 2, frequency bands allocated exclusively to Aeronautical Mobile (outside the national or international civil air routes (OR)) can be tabulated as below: 3 025-3 155 kHz 3 900-3 950 kHz (Region 1 only) 4 700-4 750 kHz 5 680-5 730 kHz 6 685-6 765 kHz 8 965- 9 040 kHz 11 175-11 275 kHz 13 200-13 260 kHz 15 010-15 100 kHz 17 970-18 030 kHz Table 6.1. Channeling arrangement (carrier (reference) frequencies) for the aeronautical mobile (OR) service bands between 3 025 kHz and 18 030 kHz Frequency band 3 025-3 155 kHz: 43 ++++ 1 channel 3 023 1 3 053 3 083 3 113 3 143 3 026 3 056 3 086 3 116 3 146 3 029 3 059 3 089 3 119 3 149 3 032 3 062 3 092 3 122 3 152 3 035 3 065 3 095 3 125 3 038 3 068 3 098 3 128 3 041 3 071 3 101 3 131 3 044 3 074 3 104 3 134 3 047 3 077 3 107 3 137 3 050 3 080 3 110 3 140 Frequency band 3 900-3 950 kHz (Region 1 only): 16 channels 3 900 3 930 3 903 3 933 3 906 3 936 3 909 3 939 3 912 3 942 3 915 3 945 3 918 3 921 3 924 3 927 Frequency band 4 700-4 750 kHz: 16 channels 4 700 4 730 4 703 4 733 4 706 4 736 4 709 4 739 4 712 4 742 4 715 4 745 4 718 4 721 4 724 4 727 Frequency band 5 680-5 730 kHz: 15 ++++ 1 channel 5 680 1 5 711 5 684 5 714 5 687 5 717 5 690 5 720 5 693 5 723 5 696 5 726 5 699 5 702 5 705 5 708 Frequency band 6 685-6 765 kHz: 26 channels 6 685 6 715 6 745 6 688 6 718 6 748 6 691 6 721 6 751 6 694 6 724 6 754 6 697 6 727 6 757 6 700 6 730 6 760 6 703 6 733 6 706 6 736 6 709 6 739 6 712 6 742 Frequency band 8 965-9 040 kHz: 25 channels 8 965 8 995 9 025 8 968 8 998 9 028 8 971 9 001 9 031 8 974 9 004 9 034 8 977 9 007 9 037 8 980 9 010 8 983 9 013 8 986 9 016 8 989 9 019 8 992 9 022 Frequency band 11 175-11 275 kHz: 33 channels 11 175 11 205 11 235 11 265 11 178 11 208 11 238 11 268 11 181 11 211 11 241 11 271 11 184 11 214 11 244 11 187 11 217 11 247 11 190 11 220 11 250 11 193 11 223 11 253 11 196 11 226 11 256 11 199 11 229 11 259 11 202 11 232 11 262 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 E-1 Aeronautical Mobile Frequencies ANNEX C-6
  33. 33. Table 6.1. Channeling arrangement (carrier (reference) frequencies) for the aeronautical mobile (OR) service bands between 3 025 kHz and 18 030 kHz (Cont.) Frequency band 13 200-13 260 kHz: 20 channels 13 200 13 230 13 203 13 233 13 206 13 236 13 209 13 239 13 212 13 242 13 215 13 245 13 218 13 248 13 221 13 251 13 224 13 254 13 227 13 257 Frequency band 15 010-15 100 kHz: 30 channels 15 010 15 040 15 070 15 013 15 043 15 073 15 016 15 046 15 076 15 019 15 049 15 079 15 022 15 052 15 082 15 025 15 055 15 085 15 028 15 058 15 088 15 031 15 061 15 091 15 034 15 064 15 094 15 037 15 067 15 097 Frequency band 17 970-18 030 kHz: 20 channels 17 970 18 000 17 973 18 003 17 976 18 006 17 979 18 009 17 982 18 012 17 985 18 015 17 988 18 018 17 991 18 021 17 994 18 024 17 997 18 027 1 The carrier (reference) frequencies 3 023 kHz and 5 680 kHz are intended for worldwide common use (see also RR Appendix S27, Nos. S27/232 to S27/238). 6.2.2. Classes of emission and power In the aeronautical mobile (OR) service, in the bands governed by section 6.2, the use of the emissions listed below is permissible; additionally, the use of other emissions is also permissible, subject to below conditions: – the occupied bandwidth does not exceed 2 800 Hz an d is situated wholly within one frequency channel (see also Resolution 411 (WARC-92)); – the limits of unwanted emission are met. These limits for aircraft station transmitters first installed after 1 February 1983 and for aeronautical station transmitters in use after 1 February 1983 are in accordance to below table. Table 6.2. Limits of unwanted emission !" Telephony – J3E (single-sideband, suppressed carrier). !" Telegraphy (including automatic data transmission) – A1A, A1B, F1B; – (A,H)2(A,B); – (R,J)2(A,B,D); – J(7,9)(B,D,X). Unless otherwise determined with bilateral coordination, the following transmitter power limits (i.e., p ower supplied to the antenna), shall be applied: Table 6.3. Transmitter power limits Class of emission Power limit values (peak envelope power supplied to the antenna) Aeronautical station Aircraft station J3E 36 dBW (PX) 23 dBW (PX) A1A, A1B 30 dBW (PX) 17 dBW (PX) F1B 30 dBW (PX) 17 dBW (PX) A2A, A2B 32 dBW (PX) 19 dBW (PX) H2A, H2B 33 dBW (PX) 20 dBW (PX) (R,J)2(A,B,D) 36 dBW (PX) 23 dBW (PX) J(7,9)(B,D,X) 36 dBW (PX) 23 dBW (PX) Frequency separation ∆∆∆∆ from the assigned frequency (kHz) Minimum attenuation below peak envelope power (PX) (dB) 1.5 ≤ ∆ < 4.5 30 4.5 ≤ ∆ < 7.5 38 7.5 ≤ ∆ Aircraft stations: 43 Aeronautical stations: * * For transmitter power up to and including 50 W: 43 + 10 log10 (PX) (W). For transmitter powers more than 50 W, the attenuation shall be at least 60 dB. Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 E-2
  34. 34. On the assumption that no antenna gain is in volved, the transmitter powers specified above will result in a m ean effective radiated power of 1 kW (for the aeronautical stations) and 50 W (for the aircraft stations), used as the basis for the establishment of the Plan contained below (Part III of RR. Appendix 26). Table 6.4. Frequecies assigned to aeronautical mobile service (OR) in Myanmar Frequency bands (kHz) Assigned frequency (kHz) 3 025-3 155 3 086, 3 107, 3 143, 3 149 4 700-4 750 4 700, 4 703, 4 715, 4 718, 4 727, 4 730 5 680-5 730 5 693, 5 696, 5 699, 5702, 5 708, 5 711 6 685-6 765 6 661, 6 694, 6 712, 6 715, 6 736, 6 739, 6 757, 6 760 8 965-9 040 8 965, 8 968, 8 971, 8 974, 8 989, 8 992, 9 007, 9 010, 9 031, 9 034 11 175-11 275 11 190, 11 235, 11 256 13 200-13 260 13 245, 13 254 15 010-15 100 No assignment 17 970-18 030 No assignment 6.2.3. Alloted frequencies for the aeronautical mobile (OR) service in the exclusive bands between 3 025 and 18 030 kHz in Region 3 where the Union of Myanmar included Here, in the Table 6.5, the Allotment areas, where the union of Myanmar icluded, extracted from RR Appendix S26, Part III. The complete Allotment plan which contains all three regions and their common coverage areas can be found in Appendix S26, Part III. Whenever the allotment area is followed by another administration's code, indicated in parentheses, the notifications are receivable from the latter administration on the basis of an agreement in accordance with Resolution 1(Rev.WRC-97). Table 6.5. Alloted frequency where the Uinion of Myanmar included Carrier frequency (kHz) Allotment are 3 086 REG3 AUS BRM CHN GUM J(USA) MHL(USA) PNG 3 107 REG3 AUS BRM CHN GUM IND INS J MHL(USA) PAK PNG 3 143 REG3 AUS BRM CHN GUM J J(USA) MHL(USA) PNG 4 700 REG3 AUS BGD BRM CHN DGA(USA) FJI GUM HKG IND J(USA) KOR MAC MHL(USA) NZL PAK PNG TMP(POR) 4 703 REG3 AUS BGD BRM CHN CLN FJI GUM HKG IND J J(USA) KOR MAC MHL(USA) MLA NZL PAK PNG TMP(POR) 4 715 REG3 AUS BGD BRM FJI GUM HKG IND J(USA) MHL(USA) MLA PAK THA 4 718 REG3 AUS BGD BR M CLN FJI GUM HKG IND J (USA) MHL(USA) MLA NZL PAK PNG SNG* THA 4 727 REG3 AUS BRM CHN GUM IND J MHL(USA) THA TON 4 730 REG3 AUS BRM CHN GUM IND INS J(USA) MHL(USA) NZL THA 5 693 REG3 AUS BGD BRM GUM HKG J J(USA) MLA NZL PAK PNG THA 5 696 REG3 AUS BGD BRM CLN FJI GUM J(USA) NZL PAK SNG THA 5 699 REG3 AUS BRM CHN GUM IND IRN J MAC MHL(USA) NZL PAK THA VTN 5 702 REG3 AUS BRM CHN FJI IND INS IRN J(USA) MAC NZL PNG THA 5 708 REG3 AUS BRM CHN IND J KOR MHL(USA) NZL PNG SNG THA TMP(POR) 5 711 REG3 AUS BRM CHN IND J(USA) KOR MHL(USA) MLA NZL PNG THA TMP(POR) 6 691 REG3 AUS BGD BRM CHN GUM HKG IND J J(USA) KOR PAK SLM SNG WAK 6 694 REG3 AUS BRM CHN CLN FJI GUM HKG IND J(USA) KOR MLA NZL PNG SNG* WAK 6 712 REG3 AUS BRM CHN IND J(USA) KOR PAK THA TMP(POR) VTN Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 E-3
  35. 35. Table 6.5. Alloted frequencies where the Uinion of Myanmar included (Cont.) Carrier frequency (kHz) Allotment are 6 715 REG3 AUS BRM CHN FJI GUM IND INS J(USA) KOR NZL PAK PHL(USA) PNG THA TMP(POR) 6 736 REG3 AUS BRM CHN GUM J KOR MHL(USA) PAK SNG THA VTN 6 739 REG3 AUS BRM CHN CLN GUM J(USA) KOR MHL(USA) MLA NZL PAK PNG THA VTN VUT 6 757 REG3 AUS BRM CHN GUM IND J MHL(USA) THA TMP(POR) 6 760 REG3 AUS BRM CHN GUM IND J J(USA) MHL(USA) MLA NZL PNG SNG* THA TMP(POR) 8 965 REG3 AUS BRM FJI HKG J(USA) KRE MHL(USA) NZL PAK PNG 8 968 REG3 AUS BRM CLN FJI HKG INS J(USA) MHL(USA) MLA NZL PNG SNG* 8 971 REG3 AUS BRM CHN DGA(USA) GUM J(USA) MHL(USA) PNG VTN 8 974 REG3 AUS BRM CHN GUM J(USA) MHL(USA) NZL PNG VTN 8 989 REG3 AUS BRM FJI IND J J(USA) NZL 8 992 REG3 AUS BRM CHN FJI GUM IND J(USA) NZL PNG 9 007 REG3 AUS BRM CHN FJI GUM INS IRN J KIR VTN WAK 9 010 REG3 AUS BRM FJI GUM INS IRN J KIR NZL PAK VTN WAK 9 031 REG3 AUS BGD BRM CHN GUM J MHL(USA) MLA NZL PAK TMP(POR) WAK 9 034 REG3 BGD BRM CHN GUM INS J MHL(USA) MLA NZL PAK SMO TMP(POR) WAK 11 190 REG3 AUS BRM CHN DGA(USA) GUM INS IRN J(USA) MHL(USA) NZL 11 235 REG3 AUS BRM GUM J PNG SNG 11 256 REG3 AUS BRM CHN FJI GUM INS IRN J(USA) 13 245 REG3 AUS BRM CHN FJI GUM J J(USA) MHL(USA) NZL OCE VTN 13 254 REG3 AUS BRM CHN GUM IND J(USA) NZL WAK Note: The allotment which is followed by an asterisk (*) is subject to coordination with another administration (see Notes on the concluded operational agreements which follow the Arrangement). 6.3. Frequency allotment Plan for the aeronautical mobile (R) service and related information 6.3.1. Frequencies allotted The list of carrier (reference) frequencies allotted in the bands allocated exclusively to the aeronautical mobile (R) service will be found in the Table 6.62. The frequency separation between carrier (ref erence) frequencies shall be 3 kHz. This is adequate to permit communications in the frequency bands between 2 850 kHz and 22 000 kHz allocated exclusively to the aeronautical mobile (R) service, using the below classes of emission: − A3E (double sideband, Telephony – amplitude modulation) − H3E (single sideband, full carrier, Telephony – amplitude modulation) − J3E (single sideband, suppressed carrier, Telephony – amplitude modulation) − A1A, A1B (telegraphy without the use of a modulating audio frequency (by on-off keying) – H2B (telegraphy by the on-off keying of an amplitude modulating audio frequency or audio frequencies or by the on-off keying of the modulated emission and including selective calling, single sideband, full carrier) – J7B (multichannel voice frequency telegraphy, single sideband, suppressed carrier) – JXX (other telegraphy transmissions such as automatic data transmission, single sideband, suppressed carrier) – F1B (telegraphy by frequency shift keying without the use of a m odulating audio frequency, one of two frequencies being emitted at any instant) The carrier (reference) frequency of the channels in the Plan shall be an integral multiple of 1 kHz. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) coordinates radiocommunications of the aeronautical mobile (R) service with international aeronautical operations and this Organization should be consulted in all appropriate cases in the operational use of the frequencies in the Plan. 2 To calculate the assigned frequency from a carrier (ref erence) frequency given in the table, reference should be made to Nos. S27/75, S27/77 and S27/78 in Appendix RR S27. * Note by the Secretariat: The relevant article in the Radio Regulations is now Article S6 entitled “Special Agreements”. Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 E-4
  36. 36. Table 6.6. Table Frequencies allotted in the bands allocated exclusively to the aeronautical mobile (R) service 2 850-3 025 kHz 2 851 2 938 2 854 2 941 2 857 2 944 2 860 2 947 2 863 2 950 2 866 2 953 2 869 2 956 2 872 2 959 2 875 2 962 2 878 2 965 2 881 2 968 2 884 2 971 2 887 2 974 2 890 2 977 2 893 2 980 57 2 896 2 983 chan- 2 899 2 986 nels 2 902 2 989 2 905 2 992 2 908 2 995 2 911 2 998 2 914 3 001 2 917 3 004 2 920 3 007 2 923 3 010 2 926 3 013 2 929 3 016 2 932 3 019 2 935 (R) 3 023 and (OR) 3 400-3 500 kHz 3 401 3 452 3 404 3 455 3 407 3 458 3 410 3 461 3 413 3 464 3 416 3 467 3 419 3 470 3 422 3 473 33 3 425 3 476 chan- 3 428 3 479 nels 3 431 3 482 3 434 3 485 3 437 3 488 3 440 3 491 3 443 3 494 3 446 3 497 3 449 4 650-4 700 kHz 4 651 4 675 4 654 4 678 4 657 4 681 16 4 660 4 684 chan- 4 663 4 687 nels 4 666 4 690 4 669 4 693 4 672 4 696 5 450-5 480 kHz Region2 5 451 5 466 5 454 5 469 9 5 457 5 472 chan- 5 460 5 475 nels 5 463 5 480-5 680 kHz 5 481 5 580 5 484 5 583 5 487 5 586 5 490 5 589 5 493 5 592 5 496 5 595 5 499 5 598 5 502 5 601 5 505 5 604 5 508 5 607 5 511 5 610 5 514 5 613 5 517 5 616 5 520 5 619 5 523 5 622 5 526 5 625 5 529 5 628 66 5 532 5 631 chan- 5 535 5 634 nels 5 538 5 637 5 541 5 640 5 544 5 643 5 547 5 646 5 550 5 649 5 553 5 652 5 556 5 655 5 559 5 658 5 562 5 661 5 565 5 664 5 568 5 667 5 571 5 670 5 574 5 673 5 577 5 676 (R) 5 680 and (OR) 6 525-6 685 kHz 6 526 6 607 6 529 6 610 6 532 6 613 6 535 6 616 6 538 6 619 6 541 6 622 6 544 6 625 6 547 6 628 6 550 6 631 6 553 6 634 6 556 6 637 6 559 6 640 6 562 6 643 53 6 565 6 646 chan- 6 568 6 649 nels 6 571 6 652 6 574 6 655 6 577 6 658 6 580 6 661 6 583 6 664 6 586 6 667 6 589 6 670 6 592 6 673 6 595 6 676 6 598 6 679 6 601 6 682 6 604 8 815 -8 965 kHz 8 816 8 891 8 819 8 894 8 822 8 897 8 825 8 900 8 828 8 903 8 831 8 906 8 834 8 909 8 837 8 912 8 840 8 915 8 843 8 918 8 846 8 921 8 849 8 924 8 852 8 927 49 8 855 8 930 chan- 8 858 8 933 nels 8 861 8 936 8 864 8 939 8 867 8 942 8 870 8 945 8 873 8 948 8 876 8 951 8 879 8 954 8 882 8 957 8 885 8 960 8 888 10 005-10 100 kHz 10 006 10 054 10 009 10 057 10 012 10 060 10 015 10 063 10 018 10 066 10 021 10 069 10 024 10 072 31 10 027 10 075 chan- 10 030 10 078 nels 10 033 10 081 10 036 10 084 10 039 10 087 10 042 10 090 10 045 10 093 10 048 10 096 10 051 11 275-11 400 kHz 11 276 11 339 11 279 11 342 11 282 11 345 11 285 11 348 11 288 11 351 11 291 11 354 11 294 11 357 11 297 11 360 11 300 11 363 11 303 11 366 41 11 306 11 369 chan- 11 309 11 372 nels 11 312 11 375 11 315 11 378 11 318 11 381 11 321 11 384 11 324 11 387 11 327 11 390 11 330 11 393 11 333 11 396 11 336 13 260-13 360 kHz 13 261 13 312 13 264 13 315 13 267 13 318 13 270 13 321 13 273 13 324 13 276 13 327 13 279 13 330 13 282 13 333 33 13 285 13 336 chan- 13 288 13 339 nels 13 291 13 342 13 294 13 345 13 297 13 348 13 300 13 351 13 303 13 354 13 306 13 357 13 309 17 900-17 970 kHz 17 901 17 937 17 904 17 940 17 907 17 943 17 910 17 946 17 913 17 949 23 17 916 17 952 chan- 17 919 17 955 nels 17 922 17 958 17 925 17 961 17 928 17 964 17 931 17 967 17 934 21 924-22 000 kHz 21 925 21 964 21 928 21 967 21 931 21 970 21 934 21 973 21 937 21 976 21 940 21 979 25 21 943 21 982 chan- 21 946 21 985 nels 21 949 21 988 21 952 21 991 21 955 21 994 21 958 21 997 21 961 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 E-5
  37. 37. 6.3.2. Assigned frequencies For single-sideband emissions, except the class of emission H2B, the assigned frequency shall be at a value 1400 Hz above the carrier (reference) frequency. If aeronautical stations equipped with selective calling systems, the class of emission H2B shall be indicated in the Supplementary Information column of the form of notice (see RR Appendix S4). In other cases, the assigned frequency shall be at the carrier (reference) frequency. 6.3.3. Frequency separation The frequency separation between carrier (reference) frequencies shall be 3 kHz. This is adequate to permit communications using the above classes of emission in the frequency bands between 2850 kHz and 22000 kHz allocated exclusively to the aeronautical mobile (R) service. The carrier (reference) frequency of the channels in the Plan shall be an integral multiple of 1 kHz. For radiotelephone emissions the audio frequencies will be limited to between 300 Hz an d 2 700 Hz and the occupied bandwidth of other authorized emissions will not exceed the upper limit of J3E emissions. In specifying these limits, however, no restriction in their extension is implied in so far as emissions other than J3E are co ncerned, provided that the limits of unwanted emissions are met. These limits explained in Table 6.2. For aircraft and aeronautical station transmitter types first installed before 1 February 1983, the audio frequencies will be limited to 3 000 Hz. On account of the possibility of interference, a g iven channel should not be used in the same allotment area f or radiotelephony and data transmissions. In addition, the use of channels derived from the frequencies indicated in Table 6.6 for the various classes of emissions other than J3E and H2B will be subject to special arrangements by the administrations concerned and affected in order to avoid harmful interference which may result from the simultaneous use of the same channel for several classes o f emission. To preclude the possibility of interference, adjacent channels in the list of frequencies in Table 6.6 have not as a rule been allotted to the same MWARA, RDARA or VOLMET areas. However, to satisfy particular needs, the administrations concerned may conclude special arrangements for the assignment of adjacent channels derived from the frequencies in the table. T hese arrangements should be made under the Articles of the Constitution and Convention of the International Telecommunication Union and the Radio Regulations entitled “Special Arrangements* ”. 6.4. Air routes 6.4.1. Air routes definition A major world air route is a lo ng-distance route, made up of one or more segments, essentially international in character, extending through more than one country and requiring long-distance communication facilities. A major world air route area (MWARA) is an area embracing a certain number of major world air rou tes, which generally follow the same traffic pattern and are so related geographically that the same frequency families may logically be applied. Regional and Domestic Air Route are all those using the Aeronautical Mobile (R) Service not covered by the definition of a Major World Air Route. Regional and Domestic Air Route Area (RDARA) is an area embracing a certain number of the air routes defined in Regional and Domestic Air Route. A VOLMET Allotment Area is an area encompassing all points where an HF broadcast facility might be required to operate on a family of frequencies common to the area A VOLMET Reception Area is an area within which aircraft should be able to receiv e broadcasts front one or more stations in the associated VOLMET Allotment Area. A World-Wide Allotment Area is one in which frequencies are allo tted to provide long-distance communication between an aeronautical station within that allotment area and aircraft operating anywhere in the world1 . The detailed and classified definition of above air routes can be found in RR Appendix S27 and here just those parts have been given that covers or crosses the Union of Myanmar in association with relevant maps in Annex 6.1. 6.4.2. Description of the boundaries of the regional and domestic air route areas and relevant allotment plan (RDARAs) where The union of Myanmar included Sub-Area 6A From the point 37° N 75° E, along the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan, and the Islamic Republic of Iran and Pakistan to the point 23° N 61° E. Thence to Mumbai. From Mumbai to 24° N 80° E. Thence to Calcutta. Thence along the coast of Bangladesh and Myanmar to reach the border betw een Myanmar and Thailand. North along this border and that 1 S27/9.1 The type of communication referred to in S27/9 may be regulated by administrations. Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 E-6
  38. 38. between Myanmar and Lao People’s Democratic Republic. Thence along the border between China and Myanmar. Thence westward along the southern border of China to the point 37° N 75° E. Sub-Area 6E From the point 20° N 73° E, and through the points 02° S 73° E, 02° S 92° E, through Weh Island (off the north coast of Sumatra) to 10° N 97° E. Thence along the coasts of Myanmar, Bangladesh and India to Calcutta. Then through the points 24° N 80° E to 20° N 73° E. Sub-Area 6F From the point 25° N 123° E, 21° N 121° 30' E, 20° N 120° E, 20° N 113° E, thence south around the Island of Hainan and along China-Viet Nam, China-Lao People’s Democratic Republic and China-Myanmar borders to the junction of the borders of China, India and Myanmar, south along the India-Myanmar and Bangladesh-Myanmar borders to the Bay of Bengal. Along the coast of Myanmar to its southernmost point then to Weh Island (off the north coast of Sumatra). Then to the point 02° S 92° E and through the point 10° S 92° E to 10° S 110° E. Then northward along 110° E meridian, thence along the boundary of Sub-Area 6C to the points 20° N 130° E, 43° N 147° E, thence westward between the territorial waters of Japan and the Russian Federation and along the border between the Dem. People’s Rep. of Korea and the Russian Federation, then the border bet ween China and the Dem. People’s Rep. of Korea, to the points 39° 49' 41" N 124° 10' 06" E, 39° 31' 51" N 124° 06' 31" E, 39° N 124° E, then to the point 32° 30' N 124° E. Between the points 32° 30' N 124° E and 25° N 123° E, the limit of this Sub-Area is undefined. Sub-Area 6G From the point 32° 30' N 124° E northward to 39° N 124° E, 39° 31' 51" N 124° 06' 31" E then to 39° 49' 41" N 124° 10' 06" E on the border between China and the Dem. People’s Rep. of Korea. Then along the border of China to the junction of the border w ith India and Myanmar. Thence southward along the India-Myanmar and Bangladesh-Myanmar borders to the Bay of Bengal. Along the coast of Myanmar to its southernmost point. Then to Weh Island (off the north coast of Sumatra). Then to the point 02° S 92° E and through the point 10° S 92° E to 10° S 110° E. Then eastward to 10° S 141° E extending northward to 00° 141° E and then to 04° N 130° E through the point 20° N 130° E to 20° N 120° 40' E. Thence northward to the points 21° N 121° 30' E and 25° N 123° E. Between the points 25° N 123° E and the point 32° 30' N 124° E, the limit of this Sub-Area is undefined. In the area where Sub-Areas 6D, 6F an d 6G are com mon, the frequencies allotted to Su b-Area 6G shall be used only by the aeronautical stations of China; the frequencies allotted to Sub-Areas 6D and 6F will be used only by the aeronautical stations of the other administrations in the common area. A lso in this common area, th e operational use by China of the frequencies allotted to Sub-Area 6G shall be within the area defined by a line starting at 21° 32' 52" N 108° E, passing through the points 20° N 108° E, 20° N 107° E, 18° N 107° E, 18° N 108° E, 15° N 110° E, 10° N 110° E, 06° N 108° E, 03° 30' N 112° E, 04° N 113° E, 08° N 116° E, 10° N 118° E, 14° N 119° E, 18° N 119° E to 20° N 120° 40' E and thence along the limit of Sub-Area 6D to 21° 32' 52" N 108° E. Table 6.7. Frequency allotment Plan in RDARAs where the Union of Myanmar included Frequency bands (MHz) Area 3 3.5 4.7 5.4 (Reg. 2) 5.6 6.6 9 10 11.3 13.3 18 kHz kHz KHz kHz kHz KHz KHz KHz kHz kHz kHz 6A 2 872 2 923 2 947 3 001 3 479 4 657* 4 675 5 484 5 580 5 601 6 607 6 613 6 658 8 891 8 906 8 948 10 006 10 051 10 081* 11 321 11 357 6D 2 866 2 884 3 416 5 490 5 520 5 568 5 574 5 631 6 550 6 568 6 577 6 595 8 882 8 957 11 309 11 372 6E 2 854 2 872 2 917 3 001 3 443 4 657* 4 675 5 514 5 526 5 550 6 583 6 655 6 661 8 861* 8 906 8 909 10 036 10 051 10 084 11 357 11 363 6F 2 926 2 941 3 434 3 440 5 496 5 508 6 526 6 667 8 864 8 939 10 060 11 279 11 366 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 E-7
  39. 39. Table 6.7. Frequency allotment Plan in RDARAs where the Union of Myanmar included (Cont.) Frequency bands (MHz) Area 3 3.5 4.7 5.4 (Reg. 2) 5.6 6.6 9 10 11.3 13.3 18 kHz kHz KHz kHz kHz KHz KHz kHz kHz KHz kHz 6G 2 869* 2 875* 2 890 2 896* 2 899 2 902* 2 911* 2 917* 2 938 2 953 2 962 2 968* 2 971 2 977 2 983 2 989 2 995 3 413* 3 422* 3 431* 3 437 3 446 3 449* 3 464 3 482 4 651* 4 663* 4 669* 4 672* 4 690* 4 696* 5 481 5 487 5 493* 5 499* 5 505* 5 511* 5 517* 5 523 5 547 5 553 5 559 5 565 5 571 5 577 5 583 5 592 5 598 5 604 6 529 6 535 6 541 6 547 6 553 6 559 6 565 6 574 6 580 6 586 6 598 6 604 6 610 6 616 6 622 6 628 6 634 6 649 8 816 8 825 8 831 8 843 8 858 8 867 8 870* 8 873 8 888* 8 912* 8 960 10 018* 10 054* 10 063* 11 276* 11 282* 11 288 11 294* 11 300* 11 306 11 315 11 369 13 270 13 276 17 913 6.4.3. Description of the boundaries of the major world air route areas (MWARAs) and relevant allotment plan, where The union of Myanmar included or crossed Major World Air Route Area – INDIAN OCEAN (MWARA-INO) From the South Pole through the points 30° S 26° E, 20° N 35° E, 30° N 60° E, 30° N 90° E, 30° S 120° E, 40° S 160° E to the South Pole. Major World Air Route Area – SOUTH EAST ASIA (MWARA-SEA) From the point 26° N 130° E, through the points 00° 130° E, 00° 135° E, 12° S 145° E, 12° S 160° E, 25° S 155° E, 40° S 150° E, 35° S 115° E, 18° N 62° E, 26° N 65° E, to the point 26° N 130° E. Major World Air Route Area – EAST ASIA (MWARA-EA) From the point 55° N 124° E through the points 37° N 145° E, 26° N 130° E, 00° 130° E, 00° 80° E, 18° N 62° E, 37° N 67° E, 55° N 80° E to the point 55° N 124° E. Table 6.8. Frequency allotment Plan in MWARAs where the Union of Myanmar included Frequency bands (MHz) Area 3 3.5 4.7 5.4 (Reg. 2) 5.6 6.6 9 10 11.3 13.3 18 kHz kHz KHz kHz kHz KHz KHz kHz kHz kHz kHz INO 3 476 5 634 8 879 13 306 17 961 SEA 3 470 3 485 5 649 5 655 6 556 8 942 10 066 11 396 13 309 13 318 17 907 EA 3 016 3 485 3 491 5 655 5 670 6 571 8 897 10 042 11 396 13 297 13 303 13 309 17 907 Proposed Spectrum Rules – Annexes November 4, 2013 E-8

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