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Have the reported amateur radio station entered in the EMF database

Description

As an amateur radio operator, you can register your amateur radio installation in the public database for electromagnetic fields (EMF database). The EMF database is a GIS application. The location of your amateur radio installation is then visible to the public.

Consent for the display in the EMF database can be given at the same time as the amateur radio installation is reported to the Federal Network Agency or afterwards. You can also revoke your consent. Your radio equipment will then be removed from the EMF database within 2 weeks.

In order to operate a fixed amateur radio system with an EIRP of 10 watts or more, you must meet certain requirements in advance.

You must:

  • be licensed as an amateur radio operator in Germany and have a callsign valid in Germany.
  • inform the Federal Network Agency in a notification that this radio equipment complies with the values applicable in Germany for limiting electromagnetic fields.
  • You have registered your amateur radio system with the Federal Network Agency (notification) or have submitted your consent to registration together with a notification.
  • You must be licensed as an amateur radio operator in Germany and have a callsign valid in Germany.

You do not need to submit any documents for your consent to be included in the EMF database of the Federal Network Agency.

There is no deadline.

The radio amateur can also apply for the deletion of the entry in accordance with § 9 paragraph 5 sentence 2 BEMFV after the declaration of consent has been made, so that the deletion must take place.

You can apply for publication of your amateur radio equipment in the EMF database online or by post.

Apply for publication online:

  • Go to the website of the federal portal verwaltung.bund.de and call up the online application. This will guide you step by step through the necessary information, which you can enter electronically. You will need the online ID function of your ID card or an Elster certificate to identify yourself.
  • The Federal Network Agency will check your application and contact you with any queries or missing information.
  • The Federal Network Agency will publish your amateur radio system in the EMF database.

Apply for publication by post:

  • Open the relevant application form on the BNetzA website and complete it.
  • Print out the form, sign it and send it to the Federal Network Agency.
  • The Federal Network Agency will check your application and contact you with any queries or missing information.
  • The Federal Network Agency will publish your amateur radio installation in the EMF database.

Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection (BMWK)

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.