Table 1. Examples of the annual frequency fee with different numbers of frequencies when the population coverage factor is 0.05.
Table 2. Examples of the 2,300–2,320 MHz frequency band with a bandwidth of 20 MHz and the 24.25–25.1 GHz frequency band with a bandwidth of 200 MHz.
B0∙K1∙K population∙S∙ €1,295.50, where
B0 = (B∙Kj) / Bref
Kj = 2,Bref = 25 kHz and K population = 0.05
The population coverage factor (Kpopulation) is determined according to the ratio of the number of inhabitants in the area of right of use of a radio transmitter, or radio network, radio system or radio station, and the population of Finland. However, the population coverage factor is always at least 0.05 in frequency bands 2,300–2,320 MHz and 24.25–25.1 GHz. A value higher than the minimum population coverage factor is only used when the number of inhabitants in the area of right of use is higher than 275,000.