2000 No.314
TECHNICAL CONDITIONS FOR RADIO EQUIPMENT TO WHICH
THE TEXT OF ARTICLE 49.14 ITEM 1 C DOES NOT APPLY AND
ITS TRANSMISSION ANTENNA
(Article 49.14 of the Ordinance Regulating Radio Equipment)
May 17, 2000
Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications Announcement No. 314
Finally amended in No. 356 on May 28, 2001
The technical conditions for the radio equipment to which the text of Article 49.14 item 1 c of the
Ordinance Regulating Radio Equipment does not apply and its transmitting antenna shall be stipulated as
follows based on the provisions of the proviso of Article 49.14 item 1 c of the Ordinance Regulating Radio
Equipment (Radio Regulatory Commission Regulations No. 18 of 1950).
1
The radio equipment to which the text of Article 49.14 item 1 c of the Ordinance Regulating Radio
Equipment does not apply shall be as follows.
Radio equipment which uses emissions of a frequency in the 70 MHz band, 400 MHz band, and
1,200 MHz band and which is defined in the items below.
(1)
For telemeters, telecontrols (which refer to the signal transmission aimed at starting, changing or
ending the function of the equipment at a remote location using a radio wave) and data transmission
(which refers to the transmission of information which is or was processed by a machine)
(2)
For radio paging
(3)
For radio telephony (excluding radio telephony used for radio microphones)
(4)
For radio telephony for sound assistance (which refers to radio telephony which transmits
information for assisting visually handicapped people to walk by means of sound)
2
The technical conditions for the transmitting antenna stated in (1) to (3) of the preceding paragraph
shall be as follows.
The absolute gain of the transmitting antenna shall be 2.14 dB or less. However, when the equivalent
isotropically radiated power is the value or less obtained by adding the antenna power of 0.01 W (for the
transmitting antenna which uses emissions of a frequency in a range of higher than 413.7 MHz to
414.14375 MHz, higher than 426.025 MHz to 426.1375 MHz, higher than 454.05 MHz to 454.1937
MHz, 0.001 W) to the absolute gain of 2.14 dB of the transmitting antenna, the decrease shall be capable
of being compensated for by the gain of the transmitting antenna.
3
The technical conditions for the transmitting antenna stated in 1 (4) above shall be as follows.
The absolute gain of the transmitting antenna shall be –10 dB or less. However, when the equivalent
isotropically radiated power is the value or less obtained by adding the antenna power of 0.01 W to the
absolute gain of –10 dB of the transmitting antenna, the decrease shall be capable of being compensated
for by the gain of the transmitting antenna.
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