Frequency assignment

Frequency assignment is the authorization of use of a particular radio frequency.

In Article 1.18 of the International Telecommunication Union's (ITU) Radio Regulations (RR),[1] the process is defined as "Authorization given by a frequency administration for a radio station to use a radio frequency or radio frequency channel under specified conditions».

Daily impact

Every day, users rely on assignment of frequencies for efficient use of such devices as:

Frequency assignment is also a special term, used by national frequency administrations. For other terms see table below.

ITU-terms pertaining to frequency regulation
Frequency
distribution to:
ITU languages ITU RR
(article)
French English SpanishArabicChineseRussian
Radiocommunication services attribution
(attribuer)
allocation
(to allocate)
attribucion
(attribuir)
распределение
(распределять)
1.16
Regions or countries allotisement
(allotir)
allotment
(to allot)
adjudication
(adjudicar)
выделение
(выделять)
1.17
Radio stations assignation
(assigner)
assignment
(to assign)
asignacion
(assignar)
присвоение
(присваивать)
1.18

See also

References / sources

  1. ITU Radio Regulations, Section IV. Radio Stations and Systems – Article 1.18, definition: «assignment (of a radio frequency or radio frequency channel)
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