Sunday, June 4, 2017

MCMC ACT 1998 CLASS ASSIGNMENTS NO. 1 OF 2010

Page 1 of 44
COMMUNICATIONS AND MULTIMEDIA ACT 1998
CLASS ASSIGNMENTS NO. 1 OF 2010
IN exercise of the powers conferred by section 169 of the Communications and Multimedia
Act 1998 [Act 588], the Commission issues class assignments which confer rights on any
person to use the frequency bands for the following devices:
(a) cellular mobile access device as specified in the First Schedule;
(b) short range radiocommunications device as specified in the Second
Schedule;
(c) leased channel radio access device as specified in the Third Schedule;
(d) trunked radio access device as specified in the Fourth Schedule;
(e) personal radio service device as specified in the Fifth Schedule; Or CB RADIO
(f) cordless telephone device as specified in the Sixth Schedule;
(g) two-way radio pager access device as specified in the Seventh Schedule;
(h) wireless access device as specified in the Eighth Schedule;
(i) radio telemetry access device as specified in the Ninth Schedule;
(j) very small aperture terminal as specified in the Tenth Schedule;
(k) infra red device as specified in the Eleventh Schedule;
(l) remote controlled device as specified in the Twelfth Schedule;
(m) security device as specified in the Thirteenth Schedule;
(n) wireless microphone device as specified in the Fourteenth Schedule;
(o) free space optics device as specified in the Fifteenth Schedule;
(p) industrial, scientific and medical device as specified in the Sixteenth
Schedule;
(q) radio frequency identification device as specified in the Seventeenth
Schedule;
(r) active medical implant as specified in the Eighteenth Schedule;
(s) aeronautical mobile telemetry access device as specified in Nineteenth
Schedule;
(t) mobile satellite access device as specified in the Twentieth Schedule;
(u) satellite broadcasting receiver device as specified in the Twenty-first
Schedule;
Page 2 of 44
(v) terrestrial television broadcasting receiver device as specified in the Twentysecond
Schedule;
(w) terrestrial radio broadcasting receiver device as specified in the Twenty-third
Schedule;
(x) one-way radio pager receiver device as specified in the Twenty-fourth
Schedule; and
(y) satellite radiolocation receiver device as specified in the Twenty-fifth
Schedule.
Commencement
1. These class assignments come into operation on 1 April 2010.
Interpretation
2. (1) In the class assignments, unless the context otherwise requires-
“designated frequency bands” means the frequency bands which are specified in
paragraph 2 of each of the schedules in the class assignments;
“International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea” means the International
Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea concluded in London in 1974 concerning the safety
of life at sea, and includes any subsequent convention, to which the Government is a party;
and if any amendment to the Convention comes into operation with respect to Malaysia,
references in the class assignments shall, unless the context otherwise requires, be
construed as references to the Convention as amended; and
“International Telecommunication Convention” means the Constitution and
Convention of the International Telecommunication Union signed in Geneva in 1992 relating
to telecommunications, and includes any subsequent Constitution and Convention, to which
the Government is a party, and it extends to any radiocommunications regulations made
under the Constitution and the Convention; and if any amendment to the Constitution and
the Convention comes into operation with respect to Malaysia, references in the class
assignments shall, unless the context otherwise requires, be construed as references to the
Constitution and the Convention as amended.
(2) Any term used in the class assignments shall, unless the context otherwise
requires, have the same meaning as in the Act or subsidiary legislation made under the Act.
Page 3 of 44
No protection
3. The devices under the class assignments shall not be afforded protection from any
interference.
Conditions
4. (1) The following conditions shall apply to all class assignments that confers
rights on any person to use the frequency bands for the devices as specified in each of the
schedules in this class assignment:
(a) a person subject to a class assignment shall take all necessary steps
to ensure that no major interference or harmful interference is caused;
(b) a person subject to a class assignment shall take all necessary steps
to eliminate any minor interference, major interference or harmful
interference, if such interference occurs;
(c) a person subject to a class assignment shall ensure that devices
causing major interference or harmful interference cease operation
until such time as the major interference or harmful interference has
been eliminated;
(d) a person subject to a class assignment shall ensure that no devices
used or operated in that frequency band shall exceed the specified
output powers, emission parameters or coverage area as approved for
the class assignment without the prior written approval of the
Commission;
(e) a person subject to a class assignment shall ensure that the devices,
its operation and arrangement comply with the requirements,
specifications, standards, plans and procedures decided by the
Commission;
(f) a person subject to a class assignment shall comply with the
International Telecommunication Convention and the International
Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea;
(g) a person subject to a class assignment shall ensure that the devices
comply with the Act and subsidiary legislation made under the Act and
any mandatory standards registered by the Commission; and
Page 4 of 44
(h) a person subject to a class assignment shall ensure that only devices
certified by the Commission or its registered certifying agency under
the Act shall be used or operated in the frequency band specified in
the class assignments, and the certified devices shall bear a
certification label as approved by the Commission.
(2) Notwithstanding subparagraph (1)(h), the devices under Twenty-first
Schedule to Twenty-fifth Schedule shall not be required to be certified unless the
Commission issues standards or technical codes.
(3) The conditions in subparagraph (1) are subject to any revision, amendment or
revocation by the Commission.
Certification of Devices
5. (1) All devices which are required to be certified under the class assignments
shall be certified by the Commission or its registered certifying agency in accordance with
the Communications and Multimedia (Technical Standards) Regulations 2000.
(2) The devices shall be certified by way of:
(a) Compliance Approval; or
(b) Special Approval.
(3) Compliance approval, which is also referred to as type approval, is granted to
a specific model of a device which has been certified as compliant with the specified
standards or technical codes.
(4) Special approval may be granted to any device which is to be used
exclusively by an applicant for any of the following purpose only:
(a) for the applicant’s sole purpose;
(b) for trials;
(c) for market surveys, demonstration or exhibition;
(d) research and development; or
(e) training.
Page 5 of 44
(5) Any device which is granted with special approval may be used within defined
parameters which may include location, technical specifications, time period, type or class of
users or other conditions of usage as specified in the approval.
(6) The list of standards which specifies the technical requirements for
certification of devices are accessible from the Commission’s website at
http://www.skmm.gov.my/registers/registers.asp.
(7) The certification of devices is carried out by SIRIM QAS International Sdn
Bhd (SIRIM QAS Intl.) as the registered certifying agency for all communications equipment.

FIFTH SCHEDULE
Class Assignment for
Personal Radio Service Device
1. Definition
(1) In this class assignment, “personal radio service device” means a two way
radiocommunications device operating in the designated frequency bands.
(2) Subject to subparagraph (1), all terminology of an absolute technical nature
shall have the same meaning as in the International Telecommunication
Convention.
Page 10 of 44
2. Frequency bands
A personal radio service device shall only utilize any of the following frequency bands
assigned for this class assignment, amongst other uses, on a shared non-exclusive
basis:
(a) 26.965000 MHz to 27.405000 MHz;
(b) 446.006250 MHz to 446.093750 MHz;
(c) 446.103125 MHz to 446.196875 MHz;
(d) 477.012500 MHz to 477.487500 MHz; or
(e) 477.525000 MHz to 477.987500 MHz.
3. Class assignment
This class assignment confers rights on any person to operate a personal radio
service device subject to-
(a) the conditions as specified in paragraph 4; and
(b) the device operating within the frequency bands as specified in the second
column of Tables B, C, D, E and F.
4. Conditions
(1) Channel plan
The channel plan as specified in Tables B, C, D, E and F shall be complied
with.
(2) Modulation type and channel spacing
(a) The modulation type shall be as specified in the third column of Tables
B, C, D, E and F; and
(b) The channel spacing shall be as specified in–
(i) the first and second subcolumns of the fifth column of Table B;
and
(ii) the fifth column of Tables C, D, E and F.
(3) Reserved channels
The channels as specified in the sixth column of Tables B, E and F shall be
reserved for emergency and calling use.
Page 11 of 44
(4) Encryption device
No encryption devices are to be employed on any of the channels as
specified in Tables B, C, D, E and F.
(5) Maximum transmission period
(a) Transmission for voice shall not exceed 180 seconds in duration for
each transmission.
(b) Transmission, other than voice, shall not exceed 3 seconds in duration
for each transmission.
(6) Call signs
No call signs are to be utilized other than in a field of operation where such
call signs are required.
(7) Telephone interconnect
No connection of a personal radio service device to a telephony service is
authorized.
(8) Operation restrictions
No person shall operate a personal radio service device–
(a) in such a way that would cause unnecessary alarm or serious affront
to another person; or
(b) to harass or denigrate another person.
(9) Commandeer
A personal radio service device may be commandeered to assist in the case
of–
(a) emergency;
(b) national interest; or
(c) danger to person or property.
(10) Effective Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP)
The maximum EIRP shall not exceed the values as specified in–
(a) the first and second subcolumns of the fourth column of Table B; and
(b) the fourth column in Tables C, D, E and F.
Page 12 of 44

TABLE B
27MHz Citizen Band - PRS Frequencies (HF CB)
(A medium-range simplex radiocommunications service for commercial and recreational use)

Channel                      
1   26.9650                AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
2   26.9750                AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
3   26.9850                AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
4   27.0050                AM / FM  / SSB         4       12      6      3
5   27.0150                AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
6   27.0250                AM / FM  / SSB         4       12      6      3
7   27.0350                AM / FM  / SSB         4       12      6      3
8   27.0550                AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
9   27.0650                AM / FM / SSB         4       12      6      3 Emergency
10  27.0750               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
11  27.0850               AM / FM / SSB         4       12      6      3 Calling
12  27.1050               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
13  27.1150               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
14  27.1250               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
15  27.1350               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
16  27.1550               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
17  27.1650               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
18  27.1750               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
19  27.1850               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
20  27.2050               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
21  27.2150               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
22  27.2250               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
23  27.2350               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
24  27.2450               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
25  27.2550               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
26  27.2650               AM / FM / SSB          4       12      6      3
Page 13 of 44
27  27.2750               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3
28  27.2850               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3
29  27.2950               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3
30  27.3050               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3
31  27.3150               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3
32  27.3250               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3
33  27.3350               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3
34  27.3450               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3
35  27.3550               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3
36  27.3650               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3
37  27.3750               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3
38  27.3850               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3
39  27.3950               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3
40  27.4050               AM / FM / SSB           4       12      6      3

TABLE C
Analog Personal Mobile Radio 446 MHz (Analog PMR 446)
(A short-range simplex radiocommunications service for business and
recreational use)
1 446.00625 FM 0.5 12.5
2 446.01875 FM 0.5 12.5
3 446.03125 FM 0.5 12.5
4 446.04375 FM 0.5 12.5
5 446.05625 FM 0.5 12.5
6 446.06875 FM 0.5 12.5
7 446.08125 FM 0.5 12.5
8 446.09375 FM 0.5 12.5
Page 14 of 44

TABLE D
Digital Personal Mobile Radio 446 MHz (Digital PMR 446)
(A short-range simplex radiocommunications service for business and
recreational use)

1 446.103125 4FSK 0.5 6.25
2 446.109375 4FSK 0.5 6.25
3 446.115625 4FSK 0.5 6.25
4 446.121875 4FSK 0.5 6.25
5 446.128125 4FSK 0.5 6.25
6 446.134375 4FSK 0.5 6.25
7 446.140625 4FSK 0.5 6.25
8 446.146875 4FSK 0.5 6.25
9 446.153125 4FSK 0.5 6.25
10 446.159375 4FSK 0.5 6.25
11 446.165625 4FSK 0.5 6.25
12 446.171875 4FSK 0.5 6.25
13 446.178125 4FSK 0.5 6.25
14 446.184375 4FSK 0.5 6.25
15 446.190625 4FSK 0.5 6.25
16 446.196875 4FSK 0.5 6.25
Page 15 of 44

TABLE E
477MHz Citizen Band - PRS Frequencies (UHF CB)
(A short-range simplex radiocommunications service for business and
commercial use)
Channel
1 477.0125 FM / PM 5 12.5
2 477.0250 FM / PM 5 12.5
3 477.0375 FM / PM 5 12.5
4 477.0500 FM / PM 5 12.5
5 477.0625 FM / PM 5 12.5
6 477.0750 FM / PM 5 12.5
7 477.0875 FM / PM 5 12.5
8 477.1000 FM / PM 5 12.5
9 477.1125 FM / PM 5 12.5 Emergency
10 477.1250 FM / PM 5 12.5
11 477.1375 FM / PM 5 12.5 Calling
12 477.1500 FM / PM 5 12.5
13 477.1625 FM / PM 5 12.5
14 477.1750 FM / PM 5 12.5
15 477.1875 FM / PM 5 12.5
16 477.2000 FM / PM 5 12.5
17 477.2125 FM / PM 5 12.5
18 477.2250 FM / PM 5 12.5
19 477.2375 FM / PM 5 12.5
20 477.2500 FM / PM 5 12.5
21 477.2625 FM / PM 5 12.5
22 477.2750 FM / PM 5 12.5
23 477.2875 FM / PM 5 12.5
24 477.3000 FM / PM 5 12.5
25 477.3125 FM / PM 5 12.5
26 477.3250 FM / PM 5 12.5
27 477.3375 FM / PM 5 12.5
28 477.3500 FM / PM 5 12.5
29 477.3625 FM / PM 5 12.5
Page 16 of 44
30 477.3750 FM / PM 5 12.5
31 477.3875 FM / PM 5 12.5
32 477.4000 FM / PM 5 12.5
33 477.4125 FM / PM 5 12.5
34 477.4250 FM / PM 5 12.5
35 477.4375 FM / PM 5 12.5
36 477.4500 FM / PM 5 12.5
37 477.4625 FM / PM 5 12.5
38 477.4750 FM / PM 5 12.5
39 477.4875 FM / PM 5 12.5

TABLE F
477MHz Family Band - PRS Frequencies (UHF CB)
(A very short-range simplex radiocommunications service for recreational use)
Channel
1 477.5250 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
2 477.5375 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
3 477.5500 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
4 477.5625 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
5 477.5750 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
6 477.5875 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
7 477.6000 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
8 477.6125 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
9 477.6250 FM / PM 0.5 12.5 Emergency
10 477.6375 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
11 477.6500 FM / PM 0.5 12.5 Calling
12 477.6625 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
13 477.6750 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
14 477.6875 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
15 477.7000 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
16 477.7125 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
17 477.7250 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
18 477.7375 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
Page 17 of 44
19 477.7500 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
20 477.7625 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
21 477.7750 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
22 477.7875 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
23 477.8000 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
24 477.8125 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
25 477.8250 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
26 477.8375 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
27 477.8500 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
28 477.8625 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
29 477.8750 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
30 477.8875 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
31 477.9000 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
32 477.9125 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
33 477.9250 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
34 477.9375 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
35 477.9500 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
36 477.9625 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
37 477.9750 FM / PM 0.5 12.5
38 477.9875 FM / PM 0.5 12.5

REVOCATION

6. The Notification of Issuance of Class Assignments as published in P.U. (B) 416 on 1
November 2004 is revoked.
Dated: 1 April 2010
TAN SRI KHALID B. RAMLI
Chairman
Malaysian Communications and Multimedia
Commission

No comments:

Post a Comment