Legal:Decision of the SCRF No 07-20-03-001 of May 7, 2007

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On allocation of radio frequency bands for short range devices

Updated on Dec 28, 2017

The State Commission for Radio Frequencies (SCRF), having considered the application of the Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications (MITC) and heard the report of the Federal state unitary enterprise "Radio Research and Development Institute" (FSUE "NIIR"), observes:

Short range device (SRD) is a hardware intended for short-range transmission and (or) reception of radio waves. These devices are only permitted to use if they do not cause radio frequency interference for other devices and do not require protection from interference from other radio electronic means. The radio frequency bands which can be used for SRD are listed in the table of frequency bands distribution among radio services of the Russian Federation. However, only an insignificant part of the general radio frequency spectrum allocated for SDRs is authorized to use. It is caused by the lack of the SCRF approved conditions and uniform regulatory procedures of the radio frequency bands usage recommended for SRDs.

FSUE "NIIR" together with the Russian Defense Ministry and involved organizations carried out a research directed to develope the conditions for usage of different radio frequency bands by SRDs in accordance with the decision of SCRF N 28/3 of July 28, 2003.

During the research the analysis of the international experience of regulation of the radio-frequency bands used by SRDs has been made, practical SRD usage results in the Russian Federation are generalized, conditions of usage of certain radio frequency bands by new types of SRDs (unspecialized and induction devices, devices for data transfer and movement detection) are developed.

Recognizing the importance of extension of variety of SRDs used in the territory of the Russian Federation, as well as considering the results of the research, the SCRF decides:

1. To allocate radio frequency bands specified in the Appendices to this Decision to citizens and to legal entities of the Russian Federation for development, production and upgrade of SRDs provided that the SRD's principal technical characteristics and types correspond to the principal technical characteristics and types specified in the Appendices to this Decision and to the requirements set by GOST R 52459.3-2009 "Electromagnetic compatibility of technical means. Technical means for a radio communication. Part 3. Particular requirements to SRDs working at frequencies from 9 kHz to 40 GHz" and "Standards 18-13. The radio-transmitting devices for civil use. Requirements for the allowed levels of stray radiations. Methods of control", approved by the decision of SCRF No 13-18-03 of May 24, 2013.

2. To allocate the radio frequency band to individuals and legal entities of the Russian Federation listed in the Appendices to this Decision for use of SRDs in the territory of the Russian Federation.

3. The usage of the radio frequency bands for SRDs listed in Appendices to this Decision shall be carried out without obtaining of separate SCRF decisions or permissions to use radio frequency or radio frequency channels by each particular user if following conditions are met:

  • SRD's technical characteristics, usage conditions and types correspond to those specified in the Appendices to this Decision;
  • SRD shall not create inadmissible radio frequency interference and shall not require protection from interference from the radio-electronic means working according to the Table of frequency bands distribution among radio services of the Russian Federation;
  • SRD is registered according to the procedures established in the Russian Federation.

4. Importation of the specific types of SRDs to the territory of the Russian Federation shall be carried out in accordance with the established procedure. At the same time new SRD types shall be included into the List of the radio-electronic means importation of which to Russian territory is allowed having the measurements protocols proving the conformance of the technical characteristics of the imported devices to the requirements set by this Decision, GOST P 51856 Electromagnetic compatibility of technical means. Short range radio communication means working at frequencies from 3 kHz to 400 GHz. Requirements and test methods" and "Standards 18-07. The radio-transmitting devices for civil use. Requirements for the allowed levels of stray radiations. Methods of control", approved by the decision of SCRF No 07-19-07-001 of Feb 12, 2007.

Measurements protocols shall be issued documented by testing laboratories (centers) approved for certification in the field of communication in accordance with the established procedure.

5. This Decision is valid until May 1, 2027.


Appendix 1

Unspecialized devices (for any use)

Unspecialized devices (for any use) - SRDs of the general purposes, including remote control units and telemetry transmissions, alarm systems, data transfer and other similar transmissions.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the unspecialized SRDs

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristics Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
26.957 - 27.283 MHz Maximum magnetic field strength at distance of 10 m 42 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none none
EIRP, not greater than -17 dBW
Antenna gain, not greater than 3 dB
40.660 - 40.700 MHz EIRP, not greater than -17 dBW no restrictions none none
Antenna gain, not greater than 3 dB
433.075 - 434.79 MHz EIRP, not greater than -17 dBW no restrictions none May be used by low-power radio stations and barcodes processing equipment
459 - 460 MHz EIRP, not greater than -15 dBW no restrictions none Permission on use of radio frequencies or radio-frequency channels in accordance with the established procedure is required
2400 - 2483.5 MHz EIRP, not greater than -20 dBW no restrictions none none

Appendix 2

SRDs for use within wireless data transmission networks and other devices with data transfer function

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the SRDs for use within wireless data transmission networks and other devices with data transfer function[1]

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristics Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
1. Devices with the frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS)
2400 - 2483.5 MHz Channel width more than 1 MHz none
Transmit time on a single carrier chosen in pseudorandom manner less than 0.4 sec
The number of FHSS channels more than 15 -
Maximum EIRP 100 mW
2. Devices with the direct-sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) and other types of modulation[2]
2400 - 2483.5 MHz Maximum EIRP spectral density 10 mW/MHz none
Maximum EIRP 100 mW
2400 - 2483.5 MHz Maximum EIRP spectral density 20 mW/MHz Only outdoor use is allowed for the purposes of collection of telemetry information within automated resource metering or security systems
Maximum EIRP 100 mW
5150 - 5350 MHz Maximum EIRP spectral density 10 mW/MHz Indoor use[3] with the automatic gain control only
Maximum EIRP 200 mW
5650 - 5850 MHz Maximum EIRP spectral density 10 mW/MHz Indoor use[3] with the automatic gain control only
Maximum EIRP 200 mW
57 - 66 GHz Maximum EIRP spectral density 13 dBm/MHz Indoor use only[3]
Maximum EIRP 40 dBm
3. Aircraft onboard equipment with the direct-sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) and other types of modulation[2]
5150 – 5250 MHz Maximum EIRP 100 mW For aircraft onboard use only
5250 – 5350 MHz Maximum EIRP 100 mW Aircraft onboard use:

1. Use for crew communication is allowed at all stages of flight and nearby the airport.

2. Use for public access wireless local area networks is allowed during the flight at the height not lower than 3000m.

5650 – 5825 MHz Maximum EIRP 100 mW Onboard usage is allowed during the flight at the height not lower than 3000m.


Notes

  1. Use for radio control of models in 2400 - 2483.5 MHz frequency band is also allowed
  2. 2.0 2.1 The fulfillment of these two conditions is necessary for SRDs with DSSS and other types of modulation
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Indoor use of SRDs should ensure additional signal depression in the direction of other radio devices operating according to the Table of frequency bands distribution among radio services of the Russian Federation


Appendix 3

Radio alarm security systems

Radio alarm security systems - radio alarm security systems including public alarm systems and the alarm systems for safety purposes.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of SRDs for the radio alarm security systems

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
26.939 - 26.951 MHz Maximum transmitter power 2 W < 10 % none Limited for use in car alarm security systems operating at the radio frequency of 26.945 MHz
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
26.954 - 26.966 MHz Maximum transmitter power 2 W < 10 % none Limited for use in car alarm security systems operating at the radio frequency of 26.960 MHz
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
149.95 - 150.0625 MHz Maximum transmitter power 25 mW < 10 % none Limited for use in remote alarm security systems
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
433.05 - 434.79 MHz Maximum transmitter power 5 mW < 10 % none none
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
868 - 868.2 MHz Maximum transmitter power 10 mW < 10 % none none
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB


Appendix 4

Induction devices

Induction devices - communication systems based on the properties of magnetic field and, generally, operating at low radio frequencies

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the induction devices

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
9 – 59.75 kHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 72 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none Only folded antenna is allowed in case of external antenna use.

The field strength decrease is 3 dB/octave in a 30 kHz band

59.75 - 60.25 kHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 42 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none Only folded antenna is allowed in case of the external antenna use.
60.25 – 70 kHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 69 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none Only folded antenna is allowed in case of the external antenna use.

The field strength decrease is 3 dB/octave in a 30 kHz band

70 – 119 kHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 42 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none Only folded antenna is allowed in case of the external antenna use.
119 – 135 kHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 66 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none Only folded antenna is allowed in case of the external antenna use.

The field strength decrease is 3 dB/octave in a 30 kHz band

6765 – 6795 kHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 42 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none none
7400 – 8800 kHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 9 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none none
10.2 – 11 MHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m -4 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none none
13.553 - 13.567 MHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 42 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none none
26.957 - 27.283 MHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 42 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none none
135 - 140 kHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 42 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none Only folded antenna is allowed in case of the external antenna use.
140 - 158.5 kHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 37.7 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none Only folded antenna is allowed in case of the external antenna use.
3155 - 3400 kHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 13.5 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none Only folded antenna is allowed in case of the external antenna use.

Indoor use is only allowed[1]

148.5 - 5000 kHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m -5 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none Only folded antenna is allowed in case of the external antenna use.

Maximum spectral density of magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m for narrow band channels (less than 10 kHz) is -5 dB (µA/m) at 10 kHz.

Maximum spectral density ofmagnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m for wide band channels (greater than 10 kHz) is -15 dB (µA/m) at 10 kHz.

5000 kHz - 30 MHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m -5 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none Only folded antenna is allowed in case of the external antenna use.

Maximum spectral density of magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m for narrow band channels (less than 10 kHz) is -5 dB (µA/m) at 10 kHz.

Maximum spectral density of magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m for wide band channels (greater than 10 kHz) is -15 dB (µA/m) at 10 kHz.


Notes

  1. Indoor use of SRDs should ensure additional signal depression in the direction of other radio devices operating according to the Table of frequency bands distribution among radio services of the Russian Federation


Appendix 5

Radio control devices

Radio control devices – radio devices intended for model (toy) relocation control in the air, on the ground, on the water surface and under water.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the radio control devices

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel spacing Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
26.957 - 27.283 MHz Maximum transmitter power 10 mW no restrictions 50 kHz Radio-frequencies: 26.995 MHz; 27.045 MHz;
27.095 MHz; 27.145 MHz; 27.195 MHz
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
28.0 – 28.2 MHz Maximum transmitter power 1 W no restrictions none none
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
40.66 - 40.7 MHz Maximum transmitter power 1 W no restrictions 10 kHz none
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB


Appendix 6

Wireless microphones

Wireless microphones are microphones equipped with low-power transmitters intended for sound information transmission, including voice and hear training devices for people with hearing impairment.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the wireless microphones

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
33.175 - 40 MHz Maximum transmitter power 10 mW no restrictions none Voice and hear training devices for people with hearing impairment.
Fixed radio frequencies:
33.2; 33.35; 33.45; 33.55; 33.575; 33.6; 33.75;
33.85; 33.875; 33.9; 34.05; 34.15; 34.175; 34.2;
34.3; 34.375; 34.4; 34.975; 35.025; 35.15; 35.225;
35.375; 35.55; 35.65; 35.95; 35.975; 36.025;
36.075; 36.125; 36.175; 36.225; 36.275; 36.325;
36.375; 36.425; 36.475; 36.525; 36.575; 36.625;
36.675; 36.725; 36.775; 36.825; 36.875; 36.925; 36.975;
37.025; 37.075; 37.125; 37.175; 37.225;
37.275; 37.325; 37.375; 37.425; 37.475; 37.525;
37.575; 37.625; 37.675; 37.725; 37.775; 37.825;
37.875; 37.925; 37.975; 38.025; 38.075; 38.125;
38.175; 38.225; 38.275; 38.325; 38.375; 38.425;
38.475; 38.525; 38.575; 38.625; 38.675; 38.725;
38.775; 39.025; 39.225; 39.400; 39.6; 39.75; 39.85;
39.925; 39.975
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
40.025 - 48.5 MHz Maximum transmitter power 10 mW no restrictions none Voice and hear training devices for people with hearing impairment.
Fixed radio frequencies:
40.05; 40.15; 40.25; 40.325; 40.425; 40.65; 40.825;
41.3; 41.325; 41.35; 41.375; 41.4; 41.5; 41.6;
41.625; 41.65; 41.675; 41.7; 41.75; 41.8; 41.9;
41.95; 42.1; 42.15; 42.2; 42.25;
42.35; 42.45; 42.475; 42.5; 42.525; 42.55; 42.575; 42.6;
42.625; 42.65; 42.675; 42.7; 42.725; 42.75; 42.8; 42.85;
42.95; 42.975; 43; 43.15; 43.175; 43.2; 43.225;
43.25; 43.4; 43.5; 43.7; 43.725; 43.75; 43.8; 44;
44.25; 44.4; 44.475; 44.5; 44.65; 44.75; 44.975; 45;
45.25; 45.45; 45.475; 45.5; 45.65; 45.75; 45.8;
45.95; 45.975; 46; 46.125; 46.175; 46.225; 46.425;
46.45; 46.475; 46.55; 46.575; 46.6; 46.65; 46.675; 46.7;
46.775; 46.8; 46.825; 46.85; 46.875; 46.925;
46.95; 46.975; 47; 47.075; 47.125; 47.25; 47.3;
47.375; 47.4; 47.425; 47.45; 47.55; 47.575; 47.625;
47.675; 47.7; 47.725; 47.825; 47.85; 47.875;
47.925; 47.975; 48.075; 48.125; 48.15; 48.175;
48.325; 48.35; 48.375; 48.425; 48.45; 48.475
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
57 - 57.575 MHz Maximum transmitter power 10 mW no restrictions none Voice and hear training devices for people with hearing impairment.
Fixed radio frequencies:
57.0125; 57.025; 57.0375; 57.05; 57.0625; 57.075;
57.0875; 57.1; 57.1125; 57.125; 57.1375; 57.15;
57.1625; 57.175; 57.1875; 57.2; 57.2125; 57.225;
57.2375; 57.25; 57.2625; 57.275; 57.2875; 57.3;
57.3125; 57.325; 57.3375; 57.35; 57.3625; 57.375;
57.3875; 57.4; 57.4125; 57.425; 57.4375; 57.45;
57.475; 57.4875; 57.5
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
66 - 74 MHz Maximum transmitter power 10 mW no restrictions none “Karaoke” wireless microphones
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
87.5 - 92 MHz Maximum transmitter power 10 mW no restrictions none “Karaoke” wireless microphones
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
100 - 108 MHz Maximum transmitter power 10 mW no restrictions none “Karaoke” wireless microphones
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
151 – 162 MHz
163.2 – 168.5 MHz
Maximum transmitter power 5 mW no restrictions none none
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
165.55 - 167.3 MHz Maximum transmitter power 20 mW no restrictions none Concert wireless microphones operating at radio frequencies: 165.7 MHz; 166.1 MHz; 166.5 MHz; 167.15 MHz
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
174 – 230 MHz Maximum transmitter power 5 mW no restrictions 200 kHz none
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
470 - 638 MHz Maximum transmitter power 5 mW no restrictions 200 kHz none
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
710 - 726 MHz Maximum transmitter power 5 mW no restrictions 200 kHz none
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
650 - 758 MHz Maximum transmitter power 50 mW no restrictions 200 kHz For indoor use only[1]
Maximum antenna gain 3 dB
470 - 638 MHz Maximum EIRP 50 mW no restrictions 200 kHz For indoor use only[1]
174 - 230 MHz Maximum EIRP 35 mW no restrictions 200 kHz Mode providing the automated exclusion of the channels used by existing broadcasting stations. Busy channel detection electric field treshold should not exceed 35 + 10 * log10 (ΔFmic / 8) dB (µV/m), where ΔFmic is the microphone scan radio band, MHz

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Indoor use of SRDs should ensure additional signal depression of 12 dB in the direction of other radio devices operating according to the Table of frequency bands distribution among radio services of the Russian Federation


Appendix 7

Movement detection and radio signalling devices

Movement detection and radio signalling devices - low power radars intended for radio detection, including determining of position, speed and (or) other characteristics of a an object.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the movement detection and radio signalling devices

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
10.54 - 10.56 GHz EIRP, not greater than -10 dBW no restrictions none River and sea vessels onboard use only
24.05 - 24.25 GHz Maximum EIRP 100 mW no restrictions none Car radars:
emission bandwidth at least 9 MHz - no restrictions;
emission bandwidth less than 9 MHz - exposure time should not exceed 0,14 µs in each 3 ms within 60 kHz band
24.05 - 24.25 GHz Maximum EIRP 100 mW no restrictions none The fixed radars:

1. Devices for detection of vehicle movement characteristics should be installed along the highways at a distance of at least 4 m from the controlled road section.

2. The devices should be installed perpendicular to the direction of movement on the signle- or multilane roadway with an angle accuracy of +/-15 degrees.

3. The height of the installation should not exceed 5 m above the road surface.

4. The slope angle of the principal ray to the horizon should be minus 20 degrees or less.

76 - 77 GHz Maximum EIRP 5 dBW no restrictions none Car radars

Modualtion used: continious FM-signal/pulse with LFM

77 - 81 GHz Maximum spectral density of EIRP -33 dBW/MHz no restrictions The width of the channel not less than 500 MHz Car ultrabroadband radars
9200 - 9975 MHz EIRP, not greater than -17 dBW no restrictions none none
2440 - 2460 MHz EIRP, not greater than -10 dBW no restrictions none River and sea vessels onboard use only


Appendix 8

Avalanche victims detection and rescue devices

Avalanche victims detection and rescue devices are radar beacons (avalanche beacons) intended for search and detection of avalanche victims.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the avalanche victims detection and rescue devices

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
457 kHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 7 dB (µA/m) 100 % none Continuously emitted unmodulated carrier


Appendix 9

Radio frequency identification devices

Radio frequency identification devices are SRDs intended for data transfer into special "tags" and manual or automated data acquisition.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the radio frequency identification devices

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
13.553 - 13.567 MHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 60 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none


Appendix 10

Radio frequency identification devices

Radio frequency identification devices are SRDs intended for data transfer into special "tags" and manual or automated data acquisition.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the radio frequency identification devices

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
866.6 - 867.4 MHz EIRP 100 mW no restrictions 200 kHz Assignment of radio-frequencies or radiofrequency channels is not required in case of:

a) use of the LBT mode (Listen Before Talk)

b) use within the airports

866 – 868 MHz EIRP 500 mW no restrictions 200 kHz Assignment of radio-frequencies or radiofrequency channels in accordance with the established procedure is required.
866.0 - 867.6 MHz EIRP 2 W no restrictions 200 kHz Assignment of radio-frequencies or radiofrequency channels in accordance with the established procedure is required.


Appendix 11

Unspecialized devices (for any use)

Unspecialized devices (for any use) - SRDs of the general purposes, including remote control units and telemetry transmissions, alarm systems, data transfer and other similar transmissions.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the unspecialized SRDs

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
864 - 865 MHz Maximum EIRP 25 mW 0.1 % or LBT (Listen Before Talk) mode The use within airports (airfields) is forbidden
868.7 - 869.2 MHz Maximum EIRP 25 mW no restrictions
5725 - 5875 MHz Maximum EIRP 25 mW 0.1 % or LBT (Listen Before Talk) mode The height of antenna suspension is not greater than 5 meters.


Appendix 12

Telematic devices on transport

Telematic devices on transport are SRDs intended for data transfer between vehicles as well as between vehicles and road infrastructure elements for different information applications.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the telematic devices on transport

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
5795 - 5815 MHz EIRP 200 mW no restrictions Permission for use of Radio frequencies or radio frequency channels in accordance with the established procedure is required


Appendix 13

Wireless audio equipment

Wireless audio equipment – SRDs intended for data transfer between loudspeakers, earphones, microphones and other audio devices.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the wireless audio equipment

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
863 - 865 MHz EIRP 10 mW 100 %

Appendix 14

Short-range automobile radars

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the short-range automobile radars

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
22 - 26.65 GHz Spectral density of EIRP The equipment should be switched-off
automatically in a radius of 35 km
from the following settlements:
Dmitrov (56 °26'00 "N, 37 °27'00" E),
Pushchino (54 °49'00" N, 37 °40'00" E),
Kalyazin (57 °13'22 "N, 37 °54'01" E),
Zelenchukskaya (43 °49'53 "N, 41 °35'32"E)
22.000 < f < 22.65 GHz -61.3 + 20 х (f - 21.65 GHz) / 1 GHz dBm/MHz
22.65 < f < 25.65 GHz -41.3 dBm/MHz
25.65 < f < 26.65 GHz -41,3 - 20 х (f - 25,65 GHz) / 1 GHz dBm/MHz


Appendix 15

Wireless audio applications

Wireless audio applications – SRDs intended for indoor audio data transfer.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the wireless audio applications

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
87.5 - 108 MHz Maximum EIRP -43 dBm no restrictions no restrictions Use inside cars and other vehicles and indoor use is allowed
Maximum power 50 nW
Type of the antenna Nondirectional


Appendix 16

Ultrabroadband wireless devices

Ultrabroadband wireless devices – SRDs which use the radio-frequency channel at least 500 MHz wide for data transfer/receive.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the ultrabroadband wireless devices

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Frequency channel Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
2850 - 3375 MHz Maximum EIRP spectral density -57 dBm/MHz At least 500 MHz 1. Outdoor use is prohibited[1]


2. Aircraft onboard use during an altitude gain and landing approach is prohibited.

3. Use at the airport cargo terminals is prohibited.

3375 – 3950 MHz -61.5
3950 – 4425 MHz -54.5
4425 – 5470 MHz -50
5470 – 6000 MHz -62.5
6000 – 8100 MHz -47 1. Outdoor use is prohibited


2. Aircraft onboard use during an altitude gain and landing approach is prohibited.

3. Use at the airport cargo terminals is prohibited.

8100 – 8625 MHz -65
8625 – 9150 MHz -47
9150 – 10600 MHz -45
2850 – 3375 MHz -57 No restrictions
3375 – 4800 MHz -76
4800 – 5475 MHz -50
5475 – 6000 MHz -62.5
6000 – 7250 MHz -47
7250 – 7750 MHz -73
7750 – 8625 MHz -69
8625 – 9150 MHz -47
9150 – 10600 MHz -45


References

  1. Indoor use of SRDs should ensure additional signal depression in the direction of other radio devices operating according to the Table of frequency bands distribution among radio services of the Russian Federation


Appendix 17

Active medical implants and additional related equipment

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the active medical implants and additional related equipment

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
402 - 405 MHz EIRP, not greater than -50 dBW no restrictions 25 kHz For the active medical implants of ultra-low power and the additional equipment.
Some transmitters may use adjacent channels to increase frequency bandwidth up to 300 kHz.
401 - 402 MHz
405 – 406 MHz
EIRP, not greater than -66 dBW no restrictions 100 kHz Indoor use of the devices with maximum EIRP of -46 dBW is possible
9 – 315 kHz Maximum magnetic field strength at a distance of 10 m 30 dB (µA/m) no restrictions none none


Appendix 18

Devices for measurement of liquid level

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the devices for measurement of liquid level

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
10.5 - 10.6 MHz EIRP, not greater than -20 dBW no restrictions none none
24.05 - 26.5 MHz EIRP, not greater than 4 dBW no restrictions none none
4.8 - 7 GHz Maximum transmitter power, not greater than -60 dBW no restrictions none none
EIRP, not greater than -49 dBW


Appendix 19

Non-linearity locators (measuring instruments)

Non-linearity locators (measuring instruments) are the non-destructive testing devices intended for detection of the electronic devices containing semiconductor components in the enclosing constructions, pieces of furniture and an interior.

Principal technical characteristics and conditions of use of the non-linearity locators (measuring instruments)

Radio-frequency band Technical characteristic Operating cycle Channel separation Additional conditions of use
Name Value Units
2404 - 2472 MHz,
902 – 928 MHz
EIRP,
not greater than
5.2 dBW no restrictions none none