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ECC/DEC/(11)04
Individual licensing of digital terminals of PMR/PAMR/PPDR systems / free circulation and use of digital terminals of PPDR systems

        


Yes ... 14
Yes Partly ... 5
Committed ... 1
Planned ... 1
No ... 10
No info ... 17
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country
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Albania
No info


Andorra
No info


Austria
10. april 2012
Yes


Azerbaijan
No info


Belarus
20. december 2012
No


Belgium
No info


Bosnia and Herzegovina
No info


Bulgaria
1. september 2015
Yes Implemented by List of radio equipment using frequency bands harmonised throughout the EU and electronic communications terminal equipment


Croatia
12. marts 2013
No


Cyprus
26. oktober 2015
Yes


Czech Republic
11. september 2012
Yes Partly VO-R/1/6.2016-8


Denmark
10. juli 2012
Yes Implementation through reference in the national table of frequency allocations and executive order (at present No 758 of 1 June 2015)


Estonia
26. juni 2012
Yes Partly "Partly implemented through reference in ""The Estonian radio frequency allocation plan"" In frequency bands 380-400 MHz; 446-446,2 MHz and 453-470 MHz"
PMR/PAMR - Partly implemented.
PPDR in frequency band 380-470 MHz


Finland
24. oktober 2012
No


France
23. januar 2014
Yes No specific measure will be adopted on this issue. The French regulation already allow free circulation and use of terminal equipment connected to networks which are authorised in France


Georgia
30. maj 2016
Yes Partly


Germany
16. marts 2012
No No requirement for this Decision which is only related to authorisation issues. Germany has implemented the R&TTE Directive


Greece
27. juni 2016
Yes


Hungary
11. april 2017
No Partial implementation. Decree No. 7/2015 (XI.13.)NMHH on the national frequency allocation and the rules of using frequency bands. Implemented for PPDR in the band 380-385/390-395 MHz and for PAMR in the bands 417.25-417.85/427.25-427.85 MHz and 450-457.38/460-467.38 MHz. Not implemented for PMR


Iceland
5. december 2012
Yes Implementation through reference in the National Table of Frequency Allocation


Ireland
4. marts 2014
No


Italy
2. november 2015
Yes


Latvia
4. marts 2014
No


Liechtenstein
5. december 2013
Yes Licence exemption does not apply for equipment with programmed DMO-frequencies


Lithuania
24. januar 2014
Yes PPDR 380-400 MHz


Luxembourg
26. juni 2014
Yes Partly Through reference in Luxembourg's national table of frequency allocations (380-470 MHz)


Macedonia (FYROM)
1. juni 2012
Planned Planned in 2017. It will be implemented in the Sublaw for use of radiofrequencies without frequency authorisation


Malta
12. januar 2016
No


Moldova
No info


Monaco
No info


Montenegro
No info


Netherlands
7. september 2012
Yes


Norway
6. juli 2012
No Administrative charges payable to Nkom are based on the number of handheld terminals and therefore need to be registeres with the Nkom


Poland
No info


Portugal
5. marts 2014
Committed Adoption process underway


Romania
No info


Russian Federation
No info


San Marino
No info


Serbia
No info


Slovak Republic
No info


Slovenia
30. januar 2014
Yes 1999/5/EC


Spain
No info


Sweden
24. juli 2012
Yes Partly Partly implemented by PTS Licence Exemption Regulations, e.g. only Tetra terminals are exempted. Free circulation implemented by the EU Radio Equipment directive


Switzerland
3. juni 2013
Yes


Turkey
4. juni 2012
No


Ukraine
No info


United Kingdom
9. februar 2017
Yes Only for mobile terminals that operate under the control of a UK licensed PMR/PAMR network


Vatican City
No info



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