Channels in the 67–72 MHz band allocated for recreational and professional use

In total of 26 radio channels have been allocated for radiocommunications related to recreational and professional activities. These channels may only be used for the purposes mentioned below. In these channels, radiotelephones may be used without a licence. Base stations and repeaters may only be used at frequencies included in channel group A and it requires a radio licence issued by FICORA.

GROUP CHANNEL FREQUENCY PURPOSE OF USE
GROUP
A:
1. 68.100 MHz Radio communications for road services
2. 68.300 MHz Radio communications for car racing
3. 68.425 MHz Radio communications for voluntary rescue services
4. 68.525 MHz Radio communications for car racing
17. 68.225 MHz Radio communications for voluntary rescue services

GROUP
E:

5. 68.050 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
6. 68.575 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
7. 68.175 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
8. 67.500 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
9. 71.375 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
10. 71.425 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
11. 71.475 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
12. 71.625 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
13. 70.200 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
14. 71.025 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
15. 71.050 MHz Recreational and professional communications (25 W ERP)
16. 71.100 MHz Recreational and professional communications (25 W ERP)
18. 68.375 MHz Recreational and professional communications (25 W ERP)
19. 71.175 MHz Recreational and professional communications (25 W ERP)
20. 71.750 MHz Recreational and professional communications (25 W ERP)
21. 71.900 MHz Recreational and professional communications (25 W ERP)
22. 71.350 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
23. 71.550 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
24. 71.575 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
25. 71.600 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)
26. 72.325 MHz Recreational and professional communications (5 W ERP)

Group A:

Channels 1–4 and 17 form the shared channel group A. The users of group A must agree on the shared use among themselves.

A licence for a base or repeater station may be granted to a registered association that indicates in its rules that it is engaged in road services, car racing or voluntary rescue services. The maximum radiated power for a base station is 15 W (ERP) and for a mobile station 25 W (ERP).

Group E:

Channels 5–6 and 18–26 form the shared channel group E for recreational and professional use. These channels may only be used for voice transmission. The maximum radiated power for channels 5–14 and 22–26 is 5 W ERP. The maximum radiated power for channels 15, 16 and 18–21 is 25 W ERP. Channels 15, 16 and 18–21 must not be used within 10 km from the borders of Russia, Sweden and Norway.


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