Pakketwijziging 2023-1 Nationaal Frequentieplan 2014


Naam Christoph Cramer
Plaats 26632 Ihlow
Datum 17 augustus 2023


U wordt uitgenodigd uw zienswijze te geven op dit ontwerpbesluit.
The Frequency Range 430-440 MHz is allocated to the Amateur Radio Service World Wide by ITU and CEPT. The Netherlands agreed to this allocation. Radio Waves do not respect country borders. Hence your proposal has to be rejected as interference to the international Amateur Radio Service and the International Amateur Radio Service over Satellites may suffer interference as well as your proposed medical devices as well.

Please follow the ITU Radio Regulations and CEPT allocation table.


Please see below further international regulations:

ITU-RR 5.138
The following bands:

6765-6795 kHz (centre frequency 6780 kHz), 433.05­434.79 MHz (centre frequency 433.92 MHz) in Region 1 except in the countries mentioned in No. 5.280 61­61.5 GHz (centre frequency 61.25 GHz), 122-123 GHz (centre frequency 122.5 GHz), and 244-246 GHz (centre frequency 245 GHz) are designated for industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) applications. The use of these frequency bands for ISM applications shall be subject to special authorization by the administration concerned, in agreement with other administrations whose radiocommunication services might be affected. In applying this provision, administrations shall have due regard to the latest relevant ITU-R Recommendations.

ITU-RR 5.282
In the bands 435-438 MHz, 1260-1270 MHz, 2400-2450 MHz, 3400-3410 MHz (in Regions 2 and 3 only) and 5650-5670 MHz, the amateur-satellite service may operate subject to not causing harmful interference to other services operating in accordance with the Table (see No. 5.43). Administrations authorizing such use shall ensure that any harmful interference caused by emissions from a station in the amateur-satellite service is immediately eliminated in accordance with the provisions of No. 25.11. The use of the bands 1260-1270 MHz and 5650-5670 MHz by the amateur-satellite service is limited to the Earth-to-space direction.

Many Thanks
Christoph Cramer, B.Sc.