Spectrum management for non-civilian purposes
Without exception, the objective of frequency management is to ensure the efficient, interference-free use of the radio spectrum. This field comprises two important segments: spectrum management for civilian and for non-civilian purposes.
Non-civilian purposes mean that these frequencies are intended to support such important tasks of the government as communications services serving tasks related to national defence, the police, national security, disaster management, correctional services, investigative customs and finance-related tasks and the communications of the government. This includes frequency management for military purposes, which also comprises frequency use for allied (NATO) purposes. This area requires special (primarily military) expertise, as it is engaged in systems not applied in civilian life, such as various control and weapon management or air defence systems, special military drones or military communications and navigation systems.
The NMHH maintains daily contact with a number of international organisations to ensure the smooth performance of this activity. For more information on the NMHH’s pursuits in spectrum allocation, visit stir.nmhh.hu.