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ERC/DEC/(99)05
Free circulation and licensing of S-PCS < 1GHz

        


Yes ... 28
Yes Partly ... 3
See remarks ... 1
No ... 7
No info ... 9
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country
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Albania
20. oktober 2010
Yes Implemented through the Radio Spectrum Utilisation Plan


Andorra
1. september 2009
No info


Austria
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented with Frequency Utilisation Ordinance. Note: Uplink frequencies not available for MLMS


Azerbaijan
3. oktober 2011
No info


Belarus
20. december 2012
No


Belgium
1. september 2009
Yes Royal Decree of 16/04/1998 Automatic exemption if the company is registred as Operator in Belgium


Bosnia and Herzegovina
16. maj 2012
Yes


Bulgaria
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table, Technical requirements for the operation of the electronic communications networks and the relevant equipment in fixed-satellite and mobile-satellite services and Regulation on performance of electronic communications for own needs by means of radio equipment using radiofrequency spectrum which is not individually assigned


Croatia
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented through issued general licence OD-83


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 VO-R/1/05.2017-2 Terminals using 148-149.9 MHz up-link and 137-138 MHz down-link are allowed


Denmark
1. september 2009
Yes Implementation through reference in the national table of frequency allocations and executive order (at present No No 758 of 1 June 2015)


Estonia
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented through reference in "Conditions for use of radio frequencies and technical requirements for radio equipment exempted from frequency authorisation"


Finland
24. oktober 2012
No


France
1. september 2009
Yes Terminal equipment use is authorised only with a network licenced in accordance with the French telecommunications law. See http://www.arcep.fr


Georgia
30. maj 2016
Yes


Germany
1. september 2009
Yes


Greece
5. februar 2016
Yes


Hungary
1. september 2009
Yes 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 107/1999, art. 46


Ireland
1. september 2009
Yes Free circulation is implemented under the provisions of the R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC) which has been implemented in national law by the Statutory Instrument 240 of 2001. Exemption from licensing is considered on an individual system basis


Italy
6. juli 2012
No


Latvia
23. januar 2014
Yes


Liechtenstein
1. september 2009
Yes


Lithuania
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented by the Orders of the Director of the Communications Regulatory Authority No.1-V27 of 13 March 2003 on the Approval of the List of Frequencies (channels) which may be used without an individual authorisation and No. 138 of 14 October 2002 on the approval of Technical Regulations of Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment


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


Macedonia (FYROM)
1. juni 2012
Yes


Malta
12. januar 2016
No


Moldova
1. september 2009
No info


Monaco
1. september 2009
No info


Montenegro
26. oktober 2010
Yes


Netherlands
1. september 2009
Yes The Decision is related to aspects which are already covered on community level by Directive 1995/5/EG of the European Parliament and the European Council of 9 March 1999 concerning radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity (PbEG L91). Based on the above-mentioned Directive and on existing national regulations, the carriage and use of this equipment without licence in the Netherlands is already permitted


Norway
1. september 2009
Yes The Decision will not be implemented on Svalbard due to restrictions laid down in the regulation "Forskrift om etablering, drift og bruk av jordstasjon for satellitt", chapter 3


Poland
1. september 2009
No info


Portugal
1. september 2009
Yes National measures that have been taken to implement this Decision: Press release containing the Decision itself (SPECTRU No. 21, September 2000)


Romania
1. september 2009
No info


Russian Federation
1. september 2009
No info


San Marino
1. september 2009
No info


Serbia
27. september 2010
No


Slovak Republic
1. september 2009
See remarks The frequency band is partly occupied by governmental services. Operation of mobile terminals is covered by the service licence


Slovenia
1. september 2009
Yes 1999/5/EC


Spain
1. september 2009
Yes


Sweden
24. juli 2012
Yes Partly Satellite terminals in the 148.0-150.05 MHz band are license exempt. Free circulation de facto implemented by EU R&TTE Directive (99/5/EC)


Switzerland
1. september 2009
No Band partly used by non-civil applications


Turkey
25. februar 2013
Yes Partly Terminals using 148-149.9 MHz uplink and 137-138 MHz downlink are allowed


Ukraine
31. marts 2011
No


United Kingdom
1. september 2009
Yes Licence Exempt. Covered under the WT Exemption Regulations 1999. Statutory Instrument No 930


Vatican City
1. september 2009
No info



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