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DEPARTMENT ORDER NO.

11 BY NTC

PERMITS REQUIRED

Classes of Station

Posting of license

Revocation of license

PERMITS REQUIRED

Permit to purchase

Permit to posses

Radio Construction Permits

Radio Station license

Radio Operator"s Certificate

CLASSES OF STATION

Fixed (FX)

Land Base (FB)

Land Mobile (ML)

Portable (P)

Repeater(RPTR)

POSTING OF LICENSES
Station and operators licenses shall be conspicuously posted in the
premises. The station license shall be posted in the transmitting station and
operator license should be posted in the place where the operators render
the service. In the case of mobile stations, the opeartor shall carry the
license or a photo copy thereof in his person at all time on duty.

QUALIFICATIONS;
1. HE MUST BE CITIZEN OF THE PHILIPPINES
2. HE MUST BE GOOD MORAL CHARACTER
3. HE MUST BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE
4. HE MUST BE ABLE TO TRANSMIT AND RECEIVE RADIOLEPHONE MESSAGE
AT LEAST IN PILIPINO OR ENGLISH
5. HE MUST BE CONNECTED OR EMPLOYED IN A FIRM,COMPANY
ORORGANIZATION WHICH IS AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE RADIO STATIONS IN
THE LAND MOBILE SERVICE.
6. HE MUST HAVE COMPLETED A COURSE ON RULES AND REGULATION AND
MOBILE RADIO OPERATING PROCEDURES CONDUCTED BY THE
COMMISSION.
Department Order No. 11
<October 10, 1959>
General Rules and Regulations Governing the Construction, Installation,
Establishment or Operation of Radio Stations and the Possession or Ownership,
Construction or Manufacture, Purchase, Sale and Transfer of Transmitters or
Transceivers in the Philippines

DO 11 General Rules and Regulations Governing the Construction, Installation,


Establishment or Operation of Radio Stations and the Possession or Ownership,
Construction or Manufacture, Sale and Transfer of Transmitters and Transceivers in
the Phil.
Took effect of January 1, 1951
Permittee someone who holds a certificate issued by Sec. of Public Works and
Communications to own, purchase and sell transceivers
Dealer engaged in buying/selling business
Manufacturer manufacture transceiver
Permit to Possess certificate to authorize possession of transceiver
Permit to Own certifies the holder that he is the owner of transmitter or
transceiver
Permit to Transfer authorizes transfer of transceiver to another person

Dealers Permit issued to those engaged in buy and sell of transceivers


Purchase Permit authorize holder to purchase a transmitter or transceiver
Construction Permit issued for the construction of
transmitter/transceiver/radio station
Permit to sell authorize holder to sell transceiver to holder of Purchase Permit
Permit to sell is not required to holders of Dealers Permit
Radio Station License authorize holder to operate a radio station
Radio Station consists of transmitter or receiver (or combination) and other
equipments needed for radio communication service
Information needed during registration: name, location of apparatus, model and
serial number of apparatus, name and address of firm where apparatus was
acquired, data acquired
For operation of radio transmitting station obtain Franchise first from Congress
Exemptions from franchise: amateur, training, experimental, mobile, private
stations
Permit from Secretary of public works and communications needed before
construction of radio station
Application of construction permit should be in duplicate and should be under
oath
Requirement of another construction permit is needed during: o installation of
additional Transmitter o increasing power of Transmitter o changing location of
station o changing antenna systemo change emission type of station
1 construction permit for Transmitter and Receiver if they are on the same
location
2 construction permits if Transmitter and Receiver have separate locations
Period of construction permit: 30, 60, 90 days (depends on class of radio service)
can be extended upon payment and application
Station License is not more than 3 years
Apply for renewal should be 2 months before expiration

In actual operation of Transmitter and Receiver apparatus, persons holding


operator licenses are required
Station and operator licenses must be conspicuously posted (station license
posted at Transmitter station while operator license posted in the place where
operator renders service)
Operator must carry license in the case for aircraft and land mobile station
Station license can be revoked if: o False statement in license application o
Violations of radio laws, local or intl.
No license can be revoked without hearing
Permits issued can also be revoked (but must also go through hearing)
Removal of plate number is illegal
No plate number, subject to confiscation by Radio Control Office
Transmission by station of profane words or anything that may endanger the
country is prohibited
Transmission of superfluous signals are forbidden
Prevention of interference:
a. Operation must ensure least possible interference
b. Licensed power should not be exceeded except for distress signals (emergency)
c. Transmit freq. measured regularly
d. Transmit must operate on assigned frequencies (or within prescribed freq.
tolerance)
e. Spurious radiations and key clicks must be reduced
f. Good engineering practice in manufacturing of apparatus
Stations must follow regulations of International Radio Regulation in terms of
traffic handling
Transmission of signal without identification (call signs) is forbidden to all stations
Log books should be retained for at least 2 years

Entries regarding distress traffic occurring in the maritime mobile and aeronautical
services must be preserved and not destroyed
In broadcasting service, each frequency must be assigned a separate call sign and
considered a station Violation of person: fine of not more than PHP2000 or
imprisonment of not more than 2 years for every offense
Violation of firm: fine of not more than PHP5000