Chapter 4 Frequency, radio power and other radio wave regulations
In order to prevent from or improve all types of overlaying and adjacent frequency interferences, the winning bidder or the service provider shall be responsible for making arrangement of base station locations and channels through negotiation among themselves or adopt other effective technologies until such interferences are improved. Unsuccessful negotiation result shall be reported to the NCC.
If the radio frequency used by the winning bidder or the service provider is interfered by the radio frequency used by other legitimate, existing radio stations of other business, the winning bidder or the service provider is responsible for making arrangement with such radio station through negotiation. Unsuccessful negotiation result shall be reported to the NCC.
If the base station in construction interferes with the band used by other legitimate, existing radio stations of other business, the winning bidder or the service provider shall adopt effective technologies to avoid the interference; if necessary, the base station shall cease to operate temporarily until improvement is made.
The established mobile communications base station shall adhere to the following standards for radiated powers:
1. Maximum EIRP: 57 dBm.
2. Maximum power density of electromagnetic wave for the utilized band B MHz:
(1) B 2000: 1.0 mW/c㎡.
Any violation of the preceding paragraph of the Article shall be corrected in a deadline notified by the NCC.