Public land mobile radio service - Öffentlicher mobiler Landfunkdienst
The public land mobile service is a subcategory of the land mobile service .
Until the end of 1994, the Federal Ministry for Post and Telecommunications , at that time the national frequency administration and authority for frequency usage, used the term “public mobile land radio service”  , which is no longer valid today. Examples of this are the radio applications of the time paging service , car phone , A network , B network and C network .
In general, the term refers to a wireless form of communication in which a radio link can be established between two mobile terrestrial radio stations or a mobile terrestrial radio station and a fixed terrestrial radio station, and which involves the transmission, transmission or reception of characters, signals, characters, images, Sounds or messages of any kind are used. According to VO radio , this radio service is classified as follows:
- Mobile radio service (VO Radio, Article 1.24):
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- H. Pogrzeba: Public mobile radio networks. SEL News (1962), No. 3
- W. Kronjäger: Network design, technology and operation of the public VHF land and sea radio service. The Telecommunications Engineer (1959), Issues 1 and 2
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- H. Michelssen and G. Surma: The technical and operational development of the public mobile land radio service. Journal for the Post and Telecommunications System (1960), No. 20
- Green Paper - Frequency range allocation plan for the Federal Republic of Germany and international allocation of the frequency ranges 9 kHz - 400 GHz; 1994; issued by the BMPT; BAPT order no. 5010311 001-1; Page 11, no. 28_3.9, definition: mobile land radio service .