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ERC/DEC/(97)02
Extended frequency bands for GSM

        


Yes ... 38
Yes Partly ... 2
See remarks ... 1
Under study ... 1
No info ... 6
by document
country
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Albania
4. oktober 2010
Yes Implemented through reference in the National Frequency Allocation Table


Andorra
1. september 2009
No info


Austria
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented with the national Frequency Utilisation ordinance


Azerbaijan
24. august 2016
Yes


Belarus
20. december 2012
Yes


Belgium
1. september 2009
Yes A band of 2 times 5 MHz was designated to a mobile operator. Published Royal Decree


Bosnia and Herzegovina
1. september 2009
No info


Bulgaria
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented by Technical requirements for terrestrial systems capable of providing electronic communications services


Croatia
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented through issued general licence OD-135


Cyprus
1. september 2009
Yes Incorporated into National Frequency Allocation Table


Czech Republic
11. september 2012
Yes Plan of Radio Spectrum Utilisation, Part No. PV-P/10/08.2016-10


Denmark
1. september 2009
Yes Implementation through reference in the national table of frequency allocations


Estonia
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented through reference in "The Estonian radio frequency allocation plan"


Finland
1. september 2009
Yes Decision by the Board of TAC 21 May 1997. See also the Finnish frequency allocation table in https://www.viestintavirasto.fi/en/steeringandsupervision/legislation/regulations.html


France
1. september 2009
Yes No specific measure will be adopted, the French administration implements the related ECC/DEC/(06)09 and ECC/DEC/(09)02


Georgia
30. maj 2016
Yes


Germany
1. september 2009
Yes


Greece
1. september 2009
Yes


Hungary
1. september 2009
Yes Decree No. 7/2015 (XI.13.)NMHH on the national frequency allocation and the rules of using frequency bands


Iceland
1. september 2009
Yes National Table of Frequency Allocation


Ireland
1. september 2009
Yes Provision made in NTFA


Italy
6. juli 2012
Yes A footnote to the national frequency allocation table, issued by ministerial decree 20.03.98, designated for GSM frequency bands 880-890 MHz and 925-935 MHz


Latvia
1. september 2009
Yes


Liechtenstein
1. september 2009
Yes


Lithuania
24. januar 2014
Yes Implemented by Order No. 1V-1160 of the Director of the Communications Regulatory Authority of 24 December 2008 on the Approval of the Plan for the Use of Radio Frequencies


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


Macedonia (FYROM)
1. september 2009
Yes The bands are available in the NTFA


Malta
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented through reference in the National Frequency Plan


Moldova
1. september 2009
Under study


Monaco
1. september 2009
No info


Montenegro
9. november 2011
Yes


Netherlands
1. september 2009
Yes The bands are specified and the National Table of Frequency Allocations is adjusted. Two packages of frequencies have been assigned by auction


Norway
1. september 2009
Yes The NTFA is available at www.nkom.no


Poland
1. september 2009
See remarks Measures partly implementing the Decision. Part of the band is used by the military systems. Included in National Table of Frequency Allocations


Portugal
1. september 2009
Yes Press release containing the Decision published (Factos no 16 Jul/Aug 1997). Included in the National Frequency Allocation Plan


Romania
1. september 2009
Yes Included in the National Table of Frequency Allocations


Russian Federation
1. september 2009
No info


San Marino
1. september 2009
No info


Serbia
27. september 2010
Yes


Slovak Republic
1. september 2009
Yes Partly Included in the National Table of the Frequency Allocations. The band 880-883 / 928-935 MHz is occupied by other services (military) until 2015


Slovenia
1. september 2009
Yes NTFA


Spain
1. september 2009
Yes


Sweden
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented by National Frequency Allocation Table


Switzerland
1. september 2009
Yes National Frequency Allocations Plan. Excluding 885-887 / 930-932 MHz used by CT1+


Turkey
28. oktober 2015
Yes


Ukraine
31. marts 2011
Yes


United Kingdom
9. februar 2017
Yes Partly EU Commission Decision 2009/766/EC and EU Commission Decision 2011/251/EU refers


Vatican City
1. september 2009
No info



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