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Selected European Radio Frequency Allocations
30 MHz to 300 GHz

These are the European radio frequency allocations per the wall chart issued by RF Design magazine in 2005.

Ofcom (Office of Communications) in the UK is analogous to the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) in the U.S. As with all bureaucracies, rules are changed all the time, so it behooves you to check the source for regulations on frequency allocations, power limits, modulation techniques, etc., prior to planning any serious production design or implementation. The responsibility is entirely yours to assure compliance.

Download the 2007 "Selected European Radio Frequency Allocations from 30 MHz to 300 GHz" wall chart PDF file from RF Design.





Application 30 MHz to 300 MHz 300 MHz to 3000 MHz 3 GHz to 30 GHz 30 GHz to 300 GHz
Defense Systems 29.7-74.8, 75.2-87.5, 138-144, 230-242.95, 243.055-312 312-328.65, 335.4-399.9, 790-890, 915-935, 1675-1710, 2520-2655, 2900-3100 3.10-3.40, 4.40-5.00, 7.25-8.40, 14.50-15.35, 15.7-17.7, 24.05-24.25-26.5-27.5 33.4-37.0, 43.50-45.50, 59.0-59.3, 71-74, 81-84
Analog/Digital Land Mobile Radio PMR/PAMR (Professional Mobile Radio/Public Access Mobile Radio) 30.01-40.66, 40.7-74.8, 75.2-87.5, 146-156, 157.45-160.60, 160.975-161.475, 162.05-174.0 385-390, 395.0-399.9, 406.1-430, 440-470, 870-876, 915-921    
Radio Microphones 29.7-47.0, 174-216 470-862, 863-865, 1785-1800    
Wind Profile Radar 44-68 1270-1300    
Amateur Applications 50-52, 144-146 430-440, 1240-1300, 2300-2450 3.4-3.5, 5.650-5.830, 10.0-10.5, 24.0-24.25 47.0-47.2, 75.5-77.5, 122.25-123.0, 134-141, 241-250
Radio Astronomy 37.50-38.25, 70.45-74.80, 150.05-153.0 406.1-410, 608-614, 1300-1400, 1610.6-1613.8, 1660-1670, 2200-2290, 2655-2690 4.80-5.03, 8.215-8.40, 14.50-15.35, 22.21-23.55 31.0-31.3, 36-37, 42.5-43.5, 48.54-49.44, 76-86, 92-94, 95-105, 109.5-111.8, 114.25-116.0, 130-134, 136-148.5, 151.5-158.5, 200-202, 209-217, 226.0-231.5, 235-238, 241-248, 252-265
Mobile Applications 137-144 1785-1800, 2290-2300, 2483.5-2500.0 3.50-3.60, 4.40-5.0, 8.025-8.215  
Low Earth Orbiting Satellite 137-138, 148.0-150.05 400.15-401.0    
Meteorological Satellite 137-138   7.45-7.55, 7.75-7.85  
Terrestrial Digital Audio Broadcasting (TDAB) 174-240 1452-1479.5    
Satellite Digital Audio Broadcasting (S-DAB)   1479.5-1492    
Amateur Satellite 144-146 434.79-438.0, 1260-1270, 2400-2450 5.650-5.725, 5.830-5.850, 10.45-10.5, 24.0-24.05 47.0-47.2, 76.0-77.5, 122.25-123.0, 134-141, 241-250
Non-Specific Short Range Device (SBD) 40.66-40.70, 48.5-50 433.05-434.79, 2400.0-2483.5 5.725-5.925, 24.0-24.25 59.3-62.0, 122.25-123.0, 134-141, 241-250
FM Radio Broadcasting 87.5-108.0      
Industrial, Scientific and Medical Applications (ISM) 40.66-40.70 433.05-434.79, 2400-2500 5.725-5.925, 24-24.25 59.3-62.0
On-Site Paging 47.0-47.25 450-470    
Public Cellular Networks, GSM   455-470, 880-915, 925-960, 1710-1785, 1805-1880    
Services Ancillary to Programming/Broadcasting (SAP/SAB)   470-862, 2025-2110, 2220-2290, 2300-2400 3.40-3.50, 10.0-10.68, 22.0-23.6, 24.0-24.5 47.2-20.2
TV Broadcasting 174-230 470-862    
Satellite Navigation   1164-1260, 1300-1350, 1559-1610 5.0-5.03  
Mobile Satellite Applications   1525-1559, 1610.0-1660.5, 1980-2010,2170-2200, 2483.5-2500.0, 2670-2690 7.25-7.45, 7.90-8.025  
Meteorological Applications   1668.4-1710.0    
Passive Applications including Earth Exploration Satellite   1400-1427, 2690-2700 4.2-4.4, 4.80-4.99, 6.425-7.250, 8.025-8.40, 10.67-10.7, 13.25-13.4, 13.75-14.0, 15.35-15.40, 18.60-18.80, 21.20-21.40, 23.60-24.0 31.3-31.8, 36-37, 40.2-50.4, 52.6-59.3, 86-92, 100-102, 116.0-122.25, 148.5-151.5, 155.5-158.5, 164-167, 174.5-191.8, 200-209, 226.0-231.5, 235-238, 250-252
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephony System (DECT)   1880-1900    
Terrestrial UMTS/IMT-2000 (International Mobile Telecommunications)   1900-1980, 2010-2025, 2110-2170, 2500-2690    
Fixed Links (both Point-to-Point and Multipoint Systems)   2025-2110, 2200-2290, 2483.5-2500.0, 2520-2670 3.4-4.2, 5.925-8.5, 10.15-10.30, 10.45-10.68, 10.7-11.7, 12.75-13.25, 14.5-15.35, 17.7-19.7, 22.0-22.6, 23.0-23.6, 24.5-26.5, 27.5-29.5 31.0-31.3, 31.5-33.4, 37-39.5, 48.5-50.2, 51.4-52.6, 55.78-59, 59.3-62, 64-66
UMTS/IMT-2000 (International Mobile Telecommunications Satellite Component)   1980-2010, 2170-2200    
Motion Sensors   2400.0-2483.5 9.20-10.0, 10.50-10.60, 13.40-14.0, 24.05-24.25 33.4-35.2
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)   2400.0-2483.5    
Fixed Wireless Access Systems (Point-to-Multipoint and Mesh)     3.4-3.8, 10.15-10.30, 10.50-10.65, 24.50-26.50, 27.50-29.50  
Coordinated Earth Stations in Fixed Satellite Service (FSS)     3.60-4.20, 4.50-4.80, 5.850-6.70  
Active Sensors     5.250-5.570  
Wireless Access Systems Including Radio Local Area Networks   2400-2483.5 5.150-5.350, 5.470-5.725, 17.10-17.30 59.3-62
Position Fixing     5.250-5.725  
Ship borne and VTS Radar     5.250-5.725  
Military Radiolocation   1215-1300, 2700-3500 5.250-5.850 33.4-35.2
Weather Radars     5.250-5.570, 5.650-5.850  
Aeronautical Radionavigation 74.8-75.2, 108-117.975 328.5-335.4, 960-1350, 2700-3100 4.2-4.4, 5.03-5.15, 8.50-10.0, 13.25-13.75  
Fixed Satellite Service Applications     6.725-7.025, 10.7-10.95, 11.2-11.45, 12.5-13.25, 13.75-14.0, 15.43-15.63, 17.7-21.2, 27.5-29.5, 29.9-30 37.5-43.5, 47.2-50.2
VSAT/SNG Applications (Very Small Aperture Terminal/Satellite News Gathering)     12.5-12.75, 14.0-14.50  
Mobile Satellite Service 137-138, 148-150.05 4000.15-401, 1525-1559, 1610-1660.5 7.25-7.375, 7.9-8.025, 14.0-14.50, 19.7-21.20, 29.5-31 30-31
Satellite Feeder Links     5.15-5.25, 6.925-7.075, 17.3-18.4, 27.50-29.50 47.20-49.44
Short Range Radar       33.4-35.2, 77-81, 92-95

Information derived from 2005 RF Design poster

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