Kopenhagener wave plan

of the Kopenhagener wave plan designates the 1948 in Copenhagen prepared plan for the distribution of the transmitter frequencies for broadcasting stations in the long - and medium-wave band. The Kopenhagener wave plan was not signed because of the unfair dispatching of the frequencies of some the participating States of (Austria , Luxembourg , Sweden , Turkey , Syria , Egypt and Iceland) and Germany, to which in this plan only very few frequencies were assigned, was not represented at all.

Nevertheless the Kopenhagener wave plan stepped to 15. March 1950 into force. As consequence of the bad frequency dispatchings in Germany the brisk development of the UKW was advanced - transmitter TZE. However it succeeded in the course of bilateral agreements and in co-operation with allied armed forces, whose transmitter was not considered like the AFN with the Kopenhagener wave plan, further transmitter frequencies in the long and medium-wave band, for example for the Deutschlandfunk to coordinate.

In the process of the 1960er and 1970er years adhered less and less states to the Kopenhagener wave plan, so that 1974/75 a new wave plan for the long and medium-wave band, which were prepared Geneva wave plan.

Web on the left of


  > German to English > de.wikipedia.org (Machine translated into English)