Frequency allocation for private networks
Private networks are mobile systems for transmitting data and voice for private purposes. In this type of data transfer, portable radios are used for communication between people, and base stations can also be used in larger systems of this kind.
Radio frequencies, allocated by the General Act on radio frequency utilization plan (NURF-1a) for PMR applications, can be used in private networks. The Agency launches the frequency allocation procedure after receiving an application, and then issues a decision about the radio frequency allocation, which allows the use of a certain frequency channel, and also determines the modulation, area of use, and minimum requirements regarding the technical parameters.