1 Citation and commencement

These Regulations may be cited as the Wireless Telegraphy (Register) (Amendment) (No 2) Regulations 2007 and shall come into force on 21st December 2007.

NOTES
Initial Commencement
Specified date

Specified date: 21 December 2007: see above.

2 Amendment of the Wireless Telegraphy (Register) Regulations 2004

2Amendment of the Wireless Telegraphy (Register) Regulations 2004

Part 4 of the Schedule to the Wireless Telegraphy (Register) Regulations 2004 is amended by inserting at the end of Column 2—

“10.125–10.225 GHz

10.475–10.575 GHz

27.8285–28.0525 GHz

28.0525–28.1645 GHz

28.1925–28.3045 GHz

28.3325–28.4445 GHz

28.8365–29.0605 GHz

29.0605–29.1725 GHz

29.2005–29.3125 GHz

29.3405–29.4525 GHz

31.815–32.571 GHz

32.627–33.383 GHz

40.50–42.00 GHz

42.00–43.50 GHz”.

NOTES
Initial Commencement
Specified date

Specified date: 21 December 2007: see reg 1.

Signature

Philip Rutnam

Partner, Spectrum Policy

For and by authority of the Office of Communications

30th November 2007

EXPLANATORY NOTE

EXPLANATORY NOTE (This note is not part of the Regulations)

These Regulations amend the Wireless Telegraphy (Register) Regulations 2004 (SI 2004/3155) (the “Principal Regulations”), which have been amended on three other occasions (SI 2006/340, SI 2006/1808 and SI 2007/381).

The Principal Regulations require OFCOM to establish and maintain a public register of relevant information relating to wireless telegraphy licences of certain classes which apply to a station or apparatus operating within certain frequency bands specified in the Schedule to the Principal Regulations.

Regulation 2 of these Regulations amends the Schedule to the Principal Regulations by specifying further frequencies.

A full regulatory impact assessment of the effect that these Regulations will have on the costs to business is available to the public from OFCOM at Riverside House, 2a Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 9HA (Tel: 020 7981 3000) or on the OFCOM internet website at www.ofcom.org.uk. Copies of the report have also been placed in the libraries of both Houses of Parliament.