PMR&PMSE - occasional transfer of information for the period not longer than 30 days.
02 lutego 2023
The PMR&PMSE (Private Mobile Radio & Programme Making and Special Events) for occasional transfer of information for the period not longer than 30 days covers Walkie talkies, Wireless intercoms, Wireless cameras, Telemetry as well as Wireless microphones, In-ear monitor systems used to support short duration events such as congress, shows, concerts, exhibitions, sport activities, etc. for the period not longer than 30 days.
In Poland, the President of the Office of Electronic Communications, by means of a decision in Polish, upon a request of an interested entity (hereinafter “Applicant”), may authorize temporary use of radio equipment in order to ensure occasional transfer of information for the period not longer than 30 days.
The request of the Applicant to ensure the occasional provision of information for a period not longer than 30 days (hereinafter “Application”) may be submitted by mail in electronic form or by post in paper form.
Frequency allocation during temporary events is based on the "First come, first served" principle. Moreover all licence applications should be submitted in advance and at least 20 days prior to the date on which it is proposed the licence to come into force.
- LICENCE FREE BANDS
- Band 470 – 794 MHz for wireless microphones
In Poland wireless microphones can be used on a non-interference and non-protection basis in the frequency band 470 – 794 MHz with max output power 50 mW e.r.p under the condition that they are compliant with ETSI EN 300 422 (The Ordinance of the Minister of Digital Affairs of December 12 2014 on radio transmitting or transmitting / receiving equipment, that can be used without radio licenses).
There is no need to apply for a licence to operate equipment that complies with specified above conditions, and there are no fees or charges applicable.
It should be noted that completely interference-free operation is not guaranteed for the frequencies available to wireless microphones in the bands 470 – 794 MHz used by TV broadcasting transmitters.
- Band 1880 – 1900 MHz MHz for DECT systems
DECT systems could be used in Poland in the band 1880 – 1900 MHz and may work with output power 250 mW peak e.r.p. (see subclass 18 in accordance with Article 1(3) of Commission Decision 2000/299/EC1 the table below contains a list of equipment falling within the scope of ‘Class 1’).
- PROCEDURE TO OBTAIN SHORT-TERM RADIO LICENCE
- Fill the application form to obtain a licence for radio equipment utilization on Polish territory for a period not exceeding 30 days (you can find it on this page) and send together with Declaration of conformity as:
- electronic version by email to the copied to
- or original paper version by post to:
Urząd Komunikacji Elektronicznej
ul. Giełdowa 7/9
to obtain calculation of payment for frequency.
- Upon receipt of the completed application with Declaration of conformity, the Office of Electronic Communications will assess whether the frequencies may be used and calculate the fee for the right to use the frequencies specified in the radio license.
- After agreeing on the available frequencies and receiving information from the Office of Electronic Communications on the fee due for the right to use the frequencies, the Applicant should make the following bank transfers:
- fee for the right to use frequencies in accordance with obtained calculation (account details see p. 4.1.);
- stamp duty in the amount of PLN 82 (account details see p. 4.2.).
- The Applicant should scan and send confirmation of payment for stamp duty fee and confirmation of payment for frequency to: copied .
- Upon receipt of confirmation of bank transfers of fees paid for the right to use frequencies and stamp duty, a decision will be issued be the Office of Electronic Communications.
- The scanned decision will be sent to the Applicant to the indicated e-mail address, and the original document will be sent by post.
- FEES and Account Information
- Fee for the right to use frequency. The value of the fee for the right to use frequencies is calculated in accordance with the Ordinance of the Council of Ministers on annual fees for the right to use frequency of 6 December 2013 and depends on the number of days of licence validity and used bandwidth as well as number and type of communes.
Payment of the fee for the right to use frequency by Applicant may be done in PLN or equivalent of PLN according to NBP exchange rate (http://www.nbp.gov.pl/) and must be proceeded prior to the licence is issued to the following account:
Urząd Komunikacji Elektronicznej (the Office of Electronic Communications)
ul. Giełdowa 7/9
Narodowy Bank Polski Oddział w Warszawie
PL 75 1010 1010 0060 4422 3100 0000
Swift code: NBPL PLPW
IBAN = PL 75 1010 1010 0060 4422 3100 0000
- Stamp duty fee is payed for each licence and is always 82.00 PLN (eighty-two PLN) or equivalent of PLN according to NBP exchange rate (http://www.nbp.gov.pl/).
Stamp duty fee must be paid prior to the licence is issued for the following account:
Centrum Obsługi Podatnika Urzędu Miasta Stołecznego Warszawy
ul. Obozowa 57
Bank Handlowy w Warszawie SA
21 1030 1508 0000 0005 5000 0070
Swift code: CITIPLPX
IBAN = IBAN = PL 21 1030 1508 0000 0005 5000 0070
- CONTACT POINTS
Additional questions and comments please submit directly by:
- Phone: +48 22 53 49 144 or +48 22 53 49 125
E-Mail: copied to firstname.lastname@example.org
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|Podmiot udostępniający informację:||Urząd Komunikacji Elektronicznej|
|Osoba odpowiedzialna:||Bogusław Jaworski|
|Osoba publikująca informację:||Wojciech Gunia|
|Data publikacji:||02.02.2023 11:20|