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ERC/DEC/(99)06
Harmonised introduction of S-PCS<1GHz

        


Yes ... 29
Yes Partly ... 1
See remarks ... 1
Planned ... 1
No ... 8
No info ... 8
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country
  status  remarks 
Albania
20. oktober 2010
Yes Implemented through the Radio Spectrum Utilisation Plan


Andorra
22. august 2016
Yes


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 Included in the National Frequency Allocation Plan. Royal Decree of 7.05.99


Bosnia and Herzegovina
1. september 2009
No info


Bulgaria
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table and Technical requirements for the operation of the electronic communications networks and the relevant equipment in fixed-satellite and mobile-satellite services


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


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


Czech Republic
14. september 2017
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


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


Georgia
1. september 2009
No info


Germany
1. september 2009
Yes


Greece
5. februar 2016
Yes


Hungary
1. september 2009
Yes National footnote H62 of the National Table of Frequency Allocations, which was published by Decree No. 15/2012 (XII.29.)NMHH, 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 107/1999, art. 46


Ireland
1. september 2009
Yes Statutory Instrument 173 of 2000 applies


Italy
6. juli 2012
No


Latvia
1. september 2009
Yes


Liechtenstein
1. september 2009
Yes


Lithuania
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented by Order No. 1V-167 of the Director of the Communications Regulatory Authority of 16 December 2003 on the Approval of the Radio Frequency Usage Plan


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


Macedonia (FYROM)
1. september 2009
Yes


Malta
1. september 2009
Yes


Moldova
1. september 2009
No


Monaco
1. september 2009
No info


Montenegro
26. oktober 2010
Planned


Netherlands
1. september 2009
Yes Implemented on 01-01-2005 except 225 - 399.9 MHz


Norway
1. september 2009
Yes


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 (Spectru no 58, October 2003). Only the terminals of the ORBCOMM system will be exempted from radio license, since no other operator has requested the introduction of their own S-PCS


Romania
1. september 2009
No info


Russian Federation
1. september 2009
No info


San Marino
1. september 2009
No info


Serbia
27. september 2010
Yes


Slovak Republic
1. september 2009
No The bands are shared with other governmental and civil services


Slovenia
1. september 2009
Yes NTFA


Spain
1. september 2009
Yes


Sweden
1. september 2009
No Satellite terminals in the 148.0-10.05 MHz band are license exempt


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


Turkey
21. oktober 2010
Yes


Ukraine
31. marts 2011
No


United Kingdom
1. september 2009
Yes


Vatican City
1. september 2009
No info



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