Spectrum management for non-civil purposes
In all cases, the purpose of frequency management is to use the radio spectrum efficiently and without harmful interference. There are two important segments of the activity, civil and non-civil frequency management.
Non-civil 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, law enforcement, customs and finance-related investigations and governmental communications. This includes frequency management for military purposes, which also comprises frequency use for allied (NATO) purposes. This area requires special (primarily military) knowledge, as it is engaged in systems not applied in civil life, such as various command, control, weapon and air defence systems, special military drones or military communications and navigation systems.
Non-civil frequency management tasks of the Government are performed by the NMHH Office. The acting body is the Defence and Law Enforcement Frequency Management Directorate (VRFGI/NARFA HU).
The Directorate participates in the work of several international organizations. It maintains daily contact with NATO's Frequency Management Organization.
The Spectrum Management Information System (STIR) is a bilingual software, which provides the visualization of the NMHH Decree on the national frequency allocation and the rules of using frequency bands (NFFF) and ensures the queries of the data therein, visit stir.nmhh.hu.