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ERC/DEC/(95)01
Free circulation of radio equipment in CEPT countries

        


Yes ... 32
Yes Partly ... 4
See remarks ... 1
No ... 3
No info ... 8
by document
country
  status  remarks 
Albania
4. oktober 2010
Yes R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC is implemented


Andorra
1. september 2009
No info


Austria
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented with General Licences Ordinance


Azerbaijan
3. oktober 2011
No info


Belarus
30. oktober 2015
Yes Partly This Decision is implemented only in respect to the GSM terminals, DECT terminals and PR-27 mobile stations on non-commercial basis


Belgium
1. september 2009
Yes Royal decree of 15/10/1979 and 16/04/1998


Bosnia and Herzegovina
1. september 2009
No info


Bulgaria
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented by the Rules for carrying out electronic communications through radio equipment using frequency spectrum which does not need to be individually assigned and List of radio equipment using frequency bands harmonised throughout the EU and electronic communications terminal equipment


Croatia
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented through issued general licences OD-135, OD-10, OD-02, OD-03, OD-04


Cyprus
1. september 2009
Yes Commissioners Decision (P.I.595/2004), Postal Regulation Law (L.112(I)/2004)


Czech Republic
4. oktober 2010
Yes Partly Free circulation of majority of equipment is allowed (see relevant general authorisations - VO)


Denmark
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented by Act on Radio Frequencies and through reference in the national table of frequency allocations and executive order (at present No 758 of 1 June 2015)


Estonia
1. september 2009
Yes R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC is implemented


Finland
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented by FICORA 15 on collective frequencies for licence-exempt radio transmitters and on their use, see https://www.viestintavirasto.fi/en/steeringandsupervision/legislation/regulations.html


France
1. september 2009
Yes France will not adopt any specific measure in order to implement the Decision amended on 18 March 2005, due to the fact that EU regulations already allow free circulation and use of terminal equipment


Georgia
30. maj 2016
Yes Partly


Germany
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented by the relevant frequency assignment specifications


Greece
27. juni 2016
Yes Partly Not implemented for Omnitracs terminals and PR-27 mobile stations


Hungary
26. februar 2014
Yes Decree No. 5/2004 (IV.13.) IHM on radio equipment and electronic communications terminal equipment and the recognition of their conformity, and Decree No. 2/2013 (I.7.)NMHH on establishing the rules of use for frequency bands that may be used for civil purposes


Iceland
1. september 2009
Yes Telecommunications law nr 143/1996, art. 25


Ireland
1. september 2009
No Free circulation is permitted under the R&TTE Directive. Permission to use equipment (licensing) is covered under the Wireless Telegraph Act, 1926


Italy
1. september 2009
Yes Italy will not adopt any specific measure in order to implement the Decision amended on 18 March 2005, due to the fact that EU regulations already allow free circulation and use of terminal equipment


Latvia
1. september 2009
Yes


Liechtenstein
1. september 2009
Yes Illegal equipment: Speed radar detection devices


Lithuania
1. september 2009
Yes Order No. 1-V27 of the Director of the Communications Regulatory Authority of 13 March 2003 on the approval of the list of frequencies (channels) which may be used without an individual authorisation (Official Gazette 2003, No. 30-1277) embody attitude of the decision concerning equipment listed in the Annex 1.


Luxembourg
1. september 2009
Yes Through reference in Luxembourg's national table of frequency allocations


Macedonia (FYROM)
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented for pratical means, but no formal regulation


Malta
12. januar 2016
Yes


Moldova
1. september 2009
No info


Monaco
1. september 2009
No info


Montenegro
26. oktober 2010
Yes


Netherlands
1. september 2009
Yes


Norway
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented for pratical means, but no formal regulation


Poland
1. september 2009
Yes


Portugal
1. september 2009
Yes Press release containing the Decision published (Spectru no 43, July 2002). Press release containing the Decision amended on 14 March 2008 published (Spectru no 173, April 2014)


Romania
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented by the implementation of the R&TTE Directive by the Decision no. 88/2003 of the Government of Romania on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity published in Official Journal of Romania, Part I no.94/14.02.2003


Russian Federation
1. september 2009
See remarks Measures partly implementing the Decision. Only first and second levels of free circulation are implemented relative to GSM mobile terminals and Omnitracs terminals for Euteltracs system (within the Russian Federation for transmission of Omnitracs terminals for Euteltracs system only the following frequencies are allowed: 14143 MHz (basic), 14023.63 MHz, 14107 MHz, 14190.33 MHz, 14226.33 MHz (additional) and 14059.67 MHz (reserve). The declaration of terminals type and owner personal details in customs declaration while crossing frontier of the Russian Federation is mandatory


San Marino
1. september 2009
No info


Serbia
27. september 2010
No


Slovak Republic
1. september 2009
Yes Partly implemented, free circulation of this kind of equipment is allowed in general licenses


Slovenia
1. september 2009
Yes 1999/5/EC


Spain
1. september 2009
No Spain is not committed to applying the amended Decision of 18 March 2005


Sweden
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented by PTS Licence Exemption Regulations. Free circulation implemented by the EU Radio Equipment directive


Switzerland
1. september 2009
Yes Decrees of the Federal Council based on Telecommunications Act, FKV Art. 8 and FAV Art. 20._x00D_ Illegal equipment: Speed radar detection devices


Turkey
21. oktober 2010
Yes


Ukraine
1. september 2009
No info


United Kingdom
1. september 2009
Yes See link for more information https://www.ofcom.org.uk/spectrum/radio-spectrum-and-the-law


Vatican City
1. september 2009
No info



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