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The Wireless Telegraphy (Ultra-Wideband Equipment) (Exemption) Regulations 2015

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Transmission limitations

10.  The condition referred to in regulation 9(4) is that the ultra-wideband equipment only emits transmissions which—

(a)in frequencies up to 1.6 GHz when measured in any direction have—

(i)a maximum mean power spectral density no greater than -90.0 dBm/MHz; and

(ii)a maximum peak power no greater than -50.0 dBm or the equivalent transmission level;

(b)in the frequency band 1.6 GHz to 2.7 GHz when measured in any direction have—

(i)a maximum mean power spectral density no greater than -85.0 dBm/MHz; and

(ii)a maximum peak power no greater than -45.0 dBm or the equivalent transmission level;

(c)in the frequency band 2.7 GHz to 3.4 GHz when measured in any direction have—

(i)a maximum mean power spectral density no greater than -70.0 dBm/MHz; and

(ii)a maximum peak power no greater than -36.0 dBm or the equivalent transmission level;

(d)in the frequency band 3.4 GHz to 3.8 GHz when measured in any direction have—

(i)a maximum mean power spectral density no greater than -80.0 dBm/MHz; and

(ii)a maximum peak power no greater than -40.0 dBm or the equivalent transmission level;

(e)in the frequency band 3.8GHz to 6.0 GHz when measured in any direction have—

(i)a maximum mean power spectral density no greater than -70.0 dBm/MHz; and

(ii)a maximum peak power no greater than -30.0 dBm or the equivalent transmission level;

(f)in the frequency band 6 GHz to 8.5 GHz when measured in any direction have—

(i)a maximum mean power spectral density no greater than -41.3 dBm/MHz; and

(ii)a maximum peak power no greater than 0.0 dBm or the equivalent transmission level;

(g)in the frequency band 8.5 GHz to 9 GHz when measured in any direction—

(i)have a maximum mean power spectral density—

(aa)no greater than -65.0 dBm/MHz; or

(bb)no greater than -41.3 dBm/MHz provided that the technique set out in regulation 11 is used to mitigate interference to other users of the electromagnetic spectrum; and

(ii)have a maximum peak power—

(aa)no greater than -25.0 dBm or the equivalent transmission level; or

(bb)no greater than 0.0 dBm or the equivalent transmission level provided that the technique set out in regulation 11 is used to mitigate interference to other users of the electromagnetic spectrum;

(h)in the frequency band 9 GHz to 10.6 GHz when measured in any direction—

(i)have a maximum mean power spectral density no greater than -65.0 dBm/MHz; and

(ii)have a maximum peak power no greater than -25.0 dBm or the equivalent transmission level; and

(i)in the frequency bands above 10.6 GHz when measured in any direction have—

(i)a maximum mean power spectral density no greater than -85.0 dBm/MHz; and

(ii)a maximum peak power no greater than -45.0 dBm or the equivalent transmission level.

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