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Commission Decision of 20 December 2005 on the harmonisation of the 169,4-169,8125 MHz frequency band in the Community (notified under document number C(2005) 5003) (Text with EEA relevance) (2005/928/EC) (repealed)

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Frequency plan for the 169,4 - 169,8125 MHz radio spectrum band

a

1st row: category application, i.e. low power applications or high power applications;

2nd row: preferred applications:

  • Specific low power applications: see Article 3(2)(c) and (d).

  • Social alarms: see Article 3(2)(b).

  • Hearing aids: see Article 3(2)(a).

  • Tracking and tracing system (high power part): see Article 3(3)(a)

  • Paging system: see Article 3(3)(b)

3rd row: alternative applications: see Article 3(4);

4th and 5th rows: channel raster (in kHz) and channel number.

b

Due to the possibility of using any high power channel for the temporary use application. However, to facilitate border coordination, systems using 25 kHz channels must respect the channel raster starting from the lower edge of the channel 9.

Low power applicationsGuardbandHigh power applications
Specific low power applicationsSocial alarmsHearing aidsSocial alarmsTracking and tracing systemPagingPagingPagingTracking and tracing systemTracking and tracing systemPaging systemTracking and tracing system
Hearing aidsExclusive useThese channels could be used on a national basis for high power applications such as paging, tracing, temporary use or PMR.
12,512,55012,512,5b
1a1b2a2b3a3b4a4b+5+6a6b+7+8a8b9a9b10a10b11a11b12a12b13a13b14a14b15a15b16a16b

Channelling arrangement for the 169,4 – 169,8125 MHz band

12,5 kHz bandwidth25 kHz bandwidth50 kHz bandwidth
Channel numberCentre frequencyChannel numberCentre frequencyChannel numberCentre frequency
1a169,4062501169,412500
1b169,418750‘0’169,437500
2a169,4312502169,437500
2b169,443750
3a169,4562503169,462500
3b169,468750
4a169,4812504169,487500
4b169,493750‘1’169,512500
5a169,5062505169,512500
5b169,518750
6a169,5312506169,537500
6b169,543750‘2’169,562500
7a169,5562507169,562500
7b169,568750
8a169,5812508169,587500
8b169,593750
12,5 kHz ‘guard band’
9a169,6187509169,62500
9b169,631250
10a169,64375010169,65000
10b169,656250
11a169,66875011169,67500
11b169,681250
12a169,69375012169,70000
12b169,706250
13a169,71875013169,72500
13b169,731250
14a169,74375014169,75000
14b169,756250
15a169,76875015169,77500
15b169,781250
16a169,79375016169,80000
16b169,806250

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