Private communications networks
Private communications networks are mobile (PMR) and/or fixed systems for the transmission of voice and data for own purposes of the radio frequency users in the area of industry, transport, energy, security of people and infrastructure, tourism, agriculture, health protection, state administration, emergency rescue services dealing with people's lives and property, and professional mobile radio systems (PAMR).
The right to use radio frequencies is acquired by means of individual license for the use of radio frequencies issued at request, if the allocation plan allows such a manner of individual license issuance within a specified frequency band.
The right to use radio frequencies under the individual license cannot be ceded, leased or in any other way transferred to another person.
The individual license for the use of radio frequencies at request is issued for the inland navigation safety systems and the air traffic safety systems.
There are private communications networks which use radio frequencies under the general authorization regime in accordance with the allocation plan.