* 863 – 865 MHz, Radio microphones, 10 mW ERP, 07/SRD/POR
* 1795 – 1804,8 MHz, Radio microphones, 20 mW e.i.r.p., 07/SRD/POR
Note: 07/SRD/POR is suggested to be updated in next time
* 174 - 230 MHz, if ERP > 50 mW
* 470 - 750 MHz, if ERP > 50 mW, In-ear monitor systems and Radio microphones
* 758 - 786 MHz, if ERP > 50 mW, In-ear monitor systems and Radio microphones
How to get a short‐ or long‐term license?
Any request for license should be addressed to ANACOM using our virtual desk, available at:
Fees for a short‐term license
For temporary licences, the value of the usage fees to be collected is reached by using the following formula: Applicable annual fee x (no. of days of licence validity / 360 days). For occasional audio links, the applicable annual fee is as follows:
* SAP/SAB -Annual fee for audio links (per frequency) = € 2 250,00
We would also like to point out that minimum and urgency (when applicable) fees will be applied. See below:
* Minimum Fee: The value of 50 euros is the minimum value of spectrum fee applicable to stations or networks of each Radiocommunications Service/Application to be used for temporary events.
* Urgency Fee: If the application for temporary licensing is not submitted to ANACOM up to ten days prior to the date on which it is proposed the radio licence should come into force, the applicable fee will be increased by 50% of its value, with a minimum of 75 euros.
Link to Table of Frequency Allocation (eQNAF), which is electronic format
More information is at: Station license exemptions
One can download this information here: Frequencies for wireless microphones [998 KB]
470-790 MHz identified for SAB/SAP
The 470-790 MHz band was identified as the "tuning band" for SAB/SAP applications, excluding use of the 750-758 MHz band 734-742 MHz for use of these types of applications in Mainland Portugal and in the Autonomous Region of Madeira respectively. The possibility of using the 821-832 MHz sub-band was also approved for radio microphones, in the event that the compatibility studies being conducted under the auspices of the European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT) conclude by demonstrating their technical viability.
See also: National Table of Frequency Allocations 2010/2011 Version 2