Czech Republic - Regulation and Spectrum - History

12.12.2012

In April 2006 the Czech Parliament adopted a media law focused on digital broadcasting . The Telecommunications Office has declared that their office will be technology neutral with regard to the DAB audio codec (DAB or DAB+) .The document explaining spectrum regulation in the Czech Republic is the National Table of Frequency Allocation (NTFA) which allocates the frequency bands to particular radio communication services and describes the general conditions for frequency use .

The Frequency Band Allocation Plan (National Table of Frequency Allocation) was prepared by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and has been published as Government Decree No . 105/2010 Coll .Regulatory body the Czech Telecommunication Office (CTU) issues the Radio Spectrum Utilisation Plan (RSUP) for particular bands and sets the detailed regulation for use of the frequencies . This utilisation plan describes if a license is needed for the use of the frequencies and the selection procedure . Transmitters can be brought into use if the operator is awarded Individual Authorisation, some bands can be used by defined devices based on General Authorisation (e.g.wireless microphones) 

15.10.2012

n April 2006 the Czech Parliament adopted a media law focused on digital broadcasting . The Telecommunications Office has declared that their office will be technology neutral with regard to the DAB audio codec (DAB or DAB+) .The document explaining spectrum regulation in the Czech Republic is the National Table of Frequency Allocation (NTFA) which allocates the frequency bands to particular radio communication services and describes the general conditions for frequency use .

The Frequency Band Allocation Plan (National Table of Frequency Allocation) was prepared by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and has been published as Government Decree No . 105/2010 Coll .Regulatory body the Czech Telecommunication Office (CTU) issues the Radio Spectrum Utilisation Plan (RSUP) for particular bands and sets the detailed regulation for use of the frequencies . This utilisation plan describes if a license is needed for the use of the frequencies and the selection procedure . Transmitters can be brought into use if the operator is awarded Individual Authorisation, some bands can be used by defined devices based on General Authorisation (e .g .wireless microphones) 

24.08.2011

In April 2006 the Czech Parliament adopted a version of the media law focused on digital broadcasting. The Telecommunications Office has also declared that their office will be technology neutral with regard to the DAB audio codec (DAB or DAB+).

In November 2009 the Czech Telecommunication Office started the DAB+/DMB tender process for digital radio and mobile TV within the Czech Republic.