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The Radio Law,Law No 131 of May 2 1950, As amended last by Law No 21 of 2005 Law for Amending the Income Tax Law Etc. Unofficial Translation In case of inconsistency the original text in Japanese shall prevail. Note For the purposes of this Law the following rules of construction shall be applied Except as otherwise clearly. indicated by the context, 1 Any word used in the present tense includes the future tense unless otherwise expressly indicated. 2 Any word used in the singular number includes the plural number and the plural number includes the singular. number unless otherwise expressly indicated and, 3 Any word used in the male gender includes the female gender unless otherwise expressly indicated. 4 With respect to effective dates of the provisions please refer to the relevant provisions of the Supplementary. Provisions, 5 Unless otherwise expressly indicated the term the Minister means the Minister for Internal Affairs and. Communications in this booklet, 6 Unless otherwise expressly indicated the term the MIC means the Ministry of Internal Affairs and.
Communications in this booklet,The Radio Law,Chapter I General Provisions 3. Chapter II Licenses etc for Radio Stations 4,Section 1 Licenses for Radio Stations 4. Section 2 Registration for Radio Stations 24,Chapter III Radio Equipment 29. Chapter III 2 Technical Regulations Conformity Certification etc of Specified Radio. Equipment 32, Section 1 Technical Regulations Conformity Certification of Specified Radio Equip. ment and Construction Type Certification 32, Section 2 Self Confirmation of Technical Regulations Conformity of Special Speci.
fied Radio Equipment 44,Chapter IV Radio Operators 48. Chapter V Operations 58,Section 1 General 58,Section 2 Operation of Coast Stations etc 60. Section 3 Operation of Aeronautical Stations etc 62. Chapter VI Supervision 64,Chapter VII Protests and Lawsuits 77. Chapter VII 2 The Radio Regulatory Council 81,Chapter VIII Miscellaneous Provisions 87. Chapter IX Penal Provisions 109,Tables 116,Supplementary Provisions 119.
The Radio Law,General Provisions, The purpose of this Law is to promote public welfare by ensuring the equitable and efficient. utilization of radio waves,Definitions, With respect to interpreting this Law and orders issued thereunder the following definitions. shall be taken, i Radio waves means electromagnetic waves of frequencies up to 3 000 000MHz. ii Radiotelegraphy means communications equipment devoted to transmitting or receiv. ing codes by radio waves, iii Radiotelephony means communications equipment devoted to transmitting or receiv. ing voices and other sounds by radio waves, iv Radio equipment means radiotelegraphy radiotelephony or any other electric equip.
ment used for transmission and or reception of radio waves. v Radio station means a unit of radio equipment with the person s to operate radio. equipment However this shall not include those used solely for receiving purposes. vi Radio operator means a person who operates radio equipment or supervises such. operation and holds a license granted by the Minister. The Regulations for Enforcement of the Radio Law Article 5. Conventions Related to Radio Waves, If any Convention provides otherwise for radio waves the provisions shall prevail. The Radio Law,Chapter II,Licenses etc for Radio Stations. Section 1 Licenses for Radio Stations,Establishment of Radio Stations. Any person who wishes to establish a radio station shall obtain a license from the Minister This. shall not apply to, i Radio stations operating with extremely low power of emission as specified in the. applicable MIC ordinance, ii Radio stations that operate in the frequency band of 26 9 to 27 2 MHz with antenna power.
of 0 5 watts or less and are specified in the applicable MIC ordinance and which. exclusively use radio equipment attached with a mark as stipulated in Article 38 7. paragraph 1 including the cases where Article 38 7 paragraph 1 shall apply mutatis. mutandis in Article 38 31 paragraph 4 Article 38 26 including the cases where. Article 38 26 shall apply mutatis mutandis in Article 38 31 paragraph 6 or Article. 38 35 except one deemed having no mark as stipulated in Article 38 23 paragraph 1. including the cases where Article 38 23 paragraph 1 shall apply mutatis mutandis in. Article 38 29 Article 38 31 paragraphs 4 and 6 and Article 38 38 hereinafter. referred to as radio equipment with conformity mark. iii Radio stations with antenna power of 0 01 watts or less as specified in the applicable MIC. ordinance which automatically transmit the call signs or call names designated under the. provisions of the following article or which may operate without causing interference. with or disturbance to the operation of other radio stations by being equipped with. receiving functions and other functions specified by the applicable MIC ordinance and. which exclusively use Radio Equipment with Conformity Mark. iv Radio stations established by obtaining a registration of Article 27 18 paragraph 1. hereinafter referred to as a registered station, The Regulations for Enforcement of the Radio Law Article 6. Designation etc of Call Signs or Call Names,Article 4 2. When an application is submitted by a person who seeks the designation of a call sign or a call. name of a radio station with regard to the radio equipment used for the radio station referred to. in item iii or item iv of the preceding article the Minister shall designate such a call sign or a. call name in accordance with the applicable MIC ordinance. The Regulations for Enforcement of the Radio Law Article 6. Disqualification,1 No radio station license shall be granted to. i A person not holding Japanese nationality,ii A foreign government or its representative. iii A foreign juridical person or organization, iv A juridical person or organization which is represented by any person referred to in the.
preceding three items or one third or more officers of which are such persons or one. The Radio Law, third or more voting rights of which are made up of the aggregate of voting rights held. by such persons, 2 The provisions of the preceding paragraph shall not apply to the following radio stations. i Experimental radio stations referring to radio stations used exclusively for experi. mentation aimed at scientific or technological development hereinafter the same shall. ii Amateur radio stations referring to radio stations established for conducting radio. communications as a hobby hereinafter the same shall apply. iii Radio stations on board ships referring to radio stations established on board ships. except experimental radio stations and amateur radio stations hereinafter the same. shall apply whose purpose is other than conducting telecommunications service. referring to telecommunications service of item vi of Article 2 of the Telecommuni. cations Business Law Law No 86 of 1984 hereinafter the same shall apply and. which are established on board ships stipulated in Article 29 7 of the Law for Safety. of Vessels Law No 11 of 1933, iv Radio stations on board aircraft referring to radio stations established on board aircraft. except experimental radio stations and amateur radio stations hereinafter the same. shall apply whose purpose is other than conducting telecommunications service. hereinafter the same shall apply and which are established on board aircraft to aviate. between places within Japanese territory with permission of the proviso in Article 127. of the Civil Aeronautics Law Law No 231 of 1952, v Radio stations exclusively used for radio communications service between specific. fixed points which are established for the purpose of official service in an embassy. legation or consulate and which are established by the government of a country or its. representative that permits the Government of Japan or its representative to establish. radio stations of a similar kind within the territory of that country. vi Radio stations which are established on mobile objects including automobiles or for. portable use or fixed radio stations except those with the purpose of conducting. telecommunications service established on land for the purpose of communicating. with those mobile radio stations or receiving equipment for portable use. vii Radio stations established for the purpose of conducting telecommunications service. viii Radio stations established on land for the purpose of controlling position and attitude. etc of an artificial satellite equipped with radio equipment of a radio station for the. purpose of conducting telecommunications service, 3 A radio station license may not be granted to any of the following persons.
i Any person who has been sentenced to a fine or severer penalty for a crime stipulated in. this Law or the Broadcast Law Law No 132 of 1950 if a period of two years has not. elapsed since the day the sentence was served out or the suspension of such sentence. ii Any person whose radio station license was revoked if a period of two years has not. elapsed since the day of the revocation, iii Any person whose radio station license was revoked in accordance with the provisions. of Article 75 or Article 76 paragraph 3 except item iv or paragraph 4 except item. v if a period of two years has not elapsed since the day of the revocation. iv Any person whose registration of Article 27 15 paragraph 1 was revoked in accordance. with the provisions of Article 76 paragraph 5 except item iii if a period of two years. has not elapsed since the day of the revocation, 4 With respect to radio stations except those for the purpose of telecommunications service. the radio stations of relay broadcasting for preventing reception disturbance and the radio. The Radio Law, stations of artificial satellites hereinafter referred to as artificial satellite stations which. broadcast their programming directly in accordance with entrustment by other persons. which transmit radio communications aimed at direct reception by the general public. hereinafter referred to as broadcast irrespective of the provisions of paragraph 1 and the. preceding paragraph no radio station license is granted to any of the following persons. i Any person referred to in the paragraph 1 items i through iii or in each item of the. preceding paragraph, ii A juridical person or organization of which any person referred to in paragraph 1 items. i through iii is an officer executing the business or in which any person s referred to. in paragraph 1 items i through iii holds one fifth or more of the aggregate of voting. iii A juridical person or organization whose officer falls under any item in the preceding. 5 Relay broadcasting for preventing reception disturbance stipulated in the preceding para. graph means a television broadcasting with a receiving disturbance zone to a great extent. referring to the television broadcasting referred to in Article 2 item ii 5 of the Broadcast. Law hereinafter the same shall apply or which receives a multiplex broadcasting multi. plexed on the radio waves of the television broadcasting referring to the multiplex. broadcasting referred to in item ii 6 of the same article hereinafter the same shall apply and. retransmits all the broadcast programming thereof intact and simultaneously for the reception. in the disturbance zone except the broadcasting originated by a person who has been granted. a license for a radio station which transmits the television broadcasting and the multiplex. broadcasting multiplexed on the radio waves of the television broadcasting related to the. disturbance,Application for a License, 1 Any person who wishes to obtain a radio station license shall file with the MIC an application.
together with a document describing the following items. ii Reason for the need to establish the radio station. iii Person s with whom the radio communications is conducted and communications. iv Location of radio equipment referring to of mobile stations for artificial satellites the. orbit or the position and for those other than artificial satellite stations radio stations on. board ship ship earth stations referring to radio stations established on board ship for. the purpose of telecommunications service and of conducting radio communications via. satellite stations hereinafter the same shall apply radio stations on board aircraft. except that which conducts radio communications solely via satellite stations the same. shall apply in paragraph 4 and aircraft earth stations referring to radio stations. established on board aircraft and of conducting radio communications solely via satellite. stations hereinafter the same shall apply the operating area hereinafter the same shall. apply except in Article 18, v Type of radio waves desirable frequency range and antenna power. vi Desirable operation permitted hours referring to hours during which the operation is. possible hereinafter the same shall apply, vii Construction type and scheduled completion date of the construction of the radio. equipment including equipment installed in accordance with the provisions of Articles. 30 and 32 the same shall apply to item ii of the following paragraph Article 10. The Radio Law, paragraph 1 Article 12 Article 17 Article 18 Article 24 2 paragraph 4 the proviso. of Article 73 paragraph 1 Article 73 paragraph 5 and Article 102 18 paragraph 1. Radio Law Law No 131 of May 2 1950 As amended last by Law No 21 of 2005 Law for Amending the Income Tax Law Etc Unofficial Translation

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