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ECC/DEC/(13)01
The use, free circulation, and exemption from individual licensing of ESOMPs

        


Yes ... 26
Yes Partly ... 7
Planned ... 2
Under study ... 2
No ... 1
No info ... 10
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Albania
18. juni 2015
Yes


Andorra
25. juni 2014
Yes


Austria
14. november 2013
Planned Partial implementation is planned in the frequency ranges 19.7-20.2 GHz (DL) and 29.5-30 GHz (UL) for 2014 with the revision of the Austrian frequency utilisation plan. Operations of ESOMPS in line with the requirements stipulated in ECC/DEC/(05)08 (HDFSS) is possible (already implemented in Austria)


Azerbaijan
No info


Belarus
27. oktober 2016
Yes Partly Individual decision for "Viasat" company (USA) in the 19,7-20,2 GHz (s-E) and 29,5-30 GHz (E-s)


Belgium
25. juni 2014
Yes The ECC Decision on the harmonized use, free circulation and exemption from individual licensing of Earth Stations On Mobile Platforms (ESOMPs) within the frequency bands 17.3-20.2 GHz and 27.5-30.0 GHz, adopted at Bratislava on 8 March 2013 has been transposed in Belgian legislation by the Royal Decree of 26 November 2013 on satellite ground stations. The following parts are implemented: The satellite ground stations On Mobile Platforms (ESOMPs) functioning in the frequency bands 28.4445-28.9485 GHz of 29.4525-30.0000 GHz for transmission, and in the frequency band 17.3-20.2 GHz for reception, conform the annexes 1 to 4 of ECC Decision ECC/DEC/(13)01 of the CEPT. The Royal Decree exists in French and Dutch


Bosnia and Herzegovina
No info


Bulgaria
13. maj 2015
Yes 28.4545-28.9385 GHz, 28.9485-29.4525 GHz, 29.4625-30 GHz. The maximum e.i.r.p. Should not exceed 50 dBW. It is not allowed to use ESOMP at a distance less than 500 m from the guarded boundaries of airport


Croatia
4. marts 2014
Yes Implemented through reference in the NTFA. Issued general licence OD-169


Cyprus
13. maj 2015
Yes 17.3-20.2 GHz (Earth-to-space), 27.5-27.8285 GHz (space-to-Earth), 28.4445-28.8365 GHz (space-to-Earth), 28.8365-28.9485 GHz (space-to-Earth), 29.4525-29.5 GHz (space-to-Earth) and 29.5-30 GHz (space-to-Earth). Planned for 2nd half 2014


Czech Republic
18. august 2016
Yes VO-R/1/6.2016-8


Denmark
19. marts 2013
No Partly implemented through secondary legislation ‘Bekendtgørelse om anvendelse af radiofrekvenser uden tilladelse samt om amatørradioprøver og kaldesignaler’ and radiointerface specification ’radiogrænseflade Nr 00 058’ for the frequency ranges 27.5-27.8285 GHz (Earth-to-space), 28.4445-28.8365 GHz (Earth-to-space), 29.4525-30 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 17.3-20.20 GHz (space-to-Earth)


Estonia
23. januar 2014
Yes Implemented through reference in "Conditions for use of radio frequencies and technical requirements for radio equipment exempted from frequency authorisation"


Finland
26. februar 2014
Yes Partly Implemented in the frequency band 29.5 - 30.0 GHz


France
23. januar 2014
Under study


Georgia
30. maj 2016
Yes Partly


Germany
12. november 2013
Yes Partly Frequency ranges 17.7 - 20.2 GHz and 29.5 - 30.0 GHz, ESOMPs operation not permitted inside of coordination zones according to Annex 3 of ECC/DEC/(13)01, max. transmit e.i.r.p. of 55 dB(W). The ESOMPs network system operator shall apply for a system license for the provision of services


Greece
19. oktober 2016
Yes EIRP Limit 60 dBW (E-s). National measures apply:
i. Restrictions for protection of airports / helipads. Contact Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission - EETT (info@eett.gr) for further information.
ii. Operation of ESOMPs, mounted on aircrafts, on the ground and below 7000 ft is not allowed


Hungary
10. april 2017
Yes Decree No. 7/2015 (XI.13.)NMHH on the national frequency allocation and the rules of using frequency bands


Iceland
4. juni 2014
Yes ESMPs operating on the earth surface in the vicinity of airfields must be coordinated (Annex 3)
Implementation through reference in the National Table of Frequency Allocation


Ireland
13. maj 2015
Yes 27.5-30 GHz


Italy
2. november 2015
Yes Implemented by the decree of Ministry of the Economic Development of 27 May 2015 and published in the Italian Official Gazette No. 143 dated 23 June 2015


Latvia
20. februar 2017
Yes


Liechtenstein
20. marts 2014
Yes


Lithuania
24. januar 2014
Yes Partly Taking into account that Lithuania partly implemented ECC/DEC/(05)01 by designating the relevant bands to FS only and fully implemented ECC/DEC/(06)02 and ECC/DEC/(06)03 exempting from individual licensing the LESTs and HESTs in Ka band, the decision on ESOMPs will be implemented partly too, in same manner allowing free circulation and use of ESOMPs without individual licensing only in the frequency bands 19.7-20.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) and 29.5-30 GHz (Earth-to-space) with appropriate requirements applicable to the use of ESOMPs on ships and aircraft


Luxembourg
13. juni 2013
Yes Through reference in Luxembourg's NTFA version of 13 May 2013.
Implemented frequency bands: 17.3 - 20.2 GHz, 27.5 - 27.8285 GHz, 28.4445 - 28.9485 GHz and 29.4525 - 30 GHz.


Macedonia (FYROM)
19. august 2016
Yes


Malta
12. januar 2016
Yes


Moldova
No info


Monaco
No info


Montenegro
13. maj 2015
Yes 27.5-30 GHz


Netherlands
27. januar 2015
Yes


Norway
25. juni 2014
Yes The band 28.8365-28.9485 GHz is not implemented


Poland
No info


Portugal
11. april 2017
Yes


Romania
No info


Russian Federation
13. marts 2013
Planned The Russian Federation is considering the possibility to implement this ECC Decision only for the bands 19.7-20.2 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz


San Marino
No info


Serbia
No info


Slovak Republic
25. juni 2014
Yes


Slovenia
30. januar 2014
Yes 1999/5/EC


Spain
25. marts 2014
Under study


Sweden
21. april 2015
Yes Partly Partly implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table and the Swedish Licence Exemption Regulations within the frequency band 29.5-30 GHz. Some requirements in the ECC Decision are not compulsory. Free circulation implemented by the EU Radio Equipment Directive


Switzerland
5. marts 2014
Yes


Turkey
28. oktober 2016
Yes Partly ECC/DEC(13)01 has not been adopted and implemented yet by Turkey. 17.3-20.2 GHz (downlink) and 27.5-30.00 GHz (uplink) bands are currently being used by FS and BSS feeder links in Turkey, intensively. Partial implementation mentioned in the Decision will be planned in the frequency ranges 19.7-20.2 GHz (downlink) and 29.5-30 GHz (uplink) in Turkey. Studies on planning these bands in order to implement the Decision are ongoing


Ukraine
No info


United Kingdom
25. juni 2014
Yes See IR 2093. 27.5-27.8185 GHz, 28.4545-28.8265 GHz and 29.4625-30 GHz, e.i.r.p from a single terminal = 55 dBW; Licence exempt - for land-based ESOMPs. Licensed - for ESOMPs mounted on aircraft or ships


Vatican City
No info



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