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ECC/DEC/(06)13
Designation of the bands for terrestrial UMTS, LTE and WiMAX systems



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01-09-1998
ERC Report 060
Global circulation of IMT-2000 terminals
Global circulation of IMT-2000 terminals
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02-06-2006
ECC Report 082
Compatibility study for UMTS operating within the GSM 900/1800
Compatibility study for UMTS operating within the GSM 900 and GSM 1800 frequency bands
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04-04-2007
ECC Report 096
Compatibility between UMTS 900/1800 and systems operating in adjacent bands
Compatibility between UMTS 900/1800 and systems operating in adjacent bands.

(Zip file includes SEAMCAT scenario files)
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13-04-2004
ECC Report 045
Sharing and compatibility UMTS/IMT-2000 in 2500-2690 MHz vs other services
Sharing and adjacent band compatibility between UMTS/IMT-2000 in the band 2500-2690 MHz and other services
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30-10-2008
CEPT Report 019
Least restrictive technical conditions for WAPECS frequency bands
Report from CEPT to the European Commission in response to EC Mandate "to develop least restrictive technical conditions for frequency bands addressed in the context of WAPECS"
Active
Implemented by 31 administrations



08-03-2013
CEPT Report 050
Technical conditions for the use of the bands 821-832 MHz and 1785-1805 MHz for wireless radio microphones in the EU
Report A from CEPT to the European Commission in response to the Mandate “on technical conditions regarding spectrum harmonisation options for wireless radio microphones and cordless video-cameras (PMSE equipment)”. Technical conditions for the use of the bands 821-832 MHz and 1785-1805 MHz for wireless radio microphones in the EU ”Zip file includes the Addendum to CEPT Report 50 addressing the usability of the bands 821-832 MHz and 1785-1805 MHz for wireless radio microphones”
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Implemented by 31 administrations



16-10-2009
EC Decision 2009/766/EC
Harmonisation of the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz for terrestrial systems capable of providing pan-European ECS
Commission Decision of 16 October 2009 on the harmonisation of the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz frequency bands for terrestrial systems capable of providing pan-European electronic communications services in the Community
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18-04-2011
EC Decision 2011/251/EU
The harmonisation of the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz frequency bands for terrestrial systems capable of providing pan-European elelctronic communications services in the Community
Commission Implementing Decision of 18 April 2011 amending Decision 2009/766/EC on the harmonisation of the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz frequency bands for terrestrial systems capable of providing pan-European elelctronic communications services in the Community
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24-10-1994
ERC/DEC/(94)03
Frequencies for DECT
ERC Decision of 24 October 1994 on the frequency band to be designated for the coordinated introduction of the Digital European Cordless Telecommunications system. Note! The implementation status up to 03-02-2017 can be seen in the ZIP file in the 'download' column. Covered by ERC/REC 70-03. The implementation status is available in the EFIS database, see Annex 13: http://www.efis.dk/adhoc_grabber.jsp?annex=16
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13-02-2017
91/287/EEC
  



24-10-1994
ERC/DEC/(94)01
Frequency bands for GSM systems
ERC Decision of 24 October 1994 on the frequency bands to be designated for the coordinated introduction of the GSM digital pan-European communications system
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Implemented by 39 administrations




01-12-1995
ERC/DEC/(95)03
Frequency bands for DCS1800
ERC Decision of 1 December 1995 on the frequency bands to be designated for the introduction of DCS 1800
Active
Implemented by 40 administrations




21-03-1997
ERC/DEC/(97)02
Extended frequency bands for GSM
ERC Decision of 21 March 1997 on the extended frequency bands to be used for the GSM Digital Pan-European Communications System
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Implemented by 38 administrations




24-03-2006
ERC/DEC/(00)01
Frequency bands for UMTS extending ERC DEC (97)07
ERC Decision of 28 March 2000 extending ERC/DEC/(97)07 on the frequency bands for the introduction of terrestrial Unversal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS)
Active24. marts 2006
Implemented by 25 administrations




22-11-2002
ECC/DEC/(02)06
2500-2690 MHz UMTS / IMT-2000
ECC Decision of 15 November 2002 on the designation of frequency band 2500-2690 MHz for UMTS/IMT-2000
Active3. juli 2015
Implemented by 36 administrations

13-06-2008
EC Decision 2008/477/EC
  



03-07-2015
ECC/DEC/(05)05
MFCN operating within 2500-2690 MHz
ECC Decision of 3 July 2015 on harmonised utilisation of spectrum for Mobile/Fixed Communications Networks (MFCN) operating within the band 2500-2690 MHz. Note! The previous version can be seen in the ZIP file in the 'download' column
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Implemented by 21 administrations

13-06-2008
EC Decision 2008/477/EC
  



01-04-2001
ERC/DEC/(97)07
Frequency bands for UMTS
ERC Decision of 30 June 1997 on the frequency bands for the introduction of the Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS)
Active24. marts 2006
Implemented by 25 administrations




08-11-2012
ECC/DEC/(06)01
Harmonissed utilisation of 1920-1980 and 2110-2170 MHz for MFCN incl. IMT
ECC Decision of 24 March 2006 amended 02 November 2012 on the harmonised utilisation of the bands1920-1980 MHz and 2110-2170 MHz for mobile/fixed communications networks (MFCN) including terrestrial IMT. Note! RIS implementation (Radio Interface Specification) for this ECC Decision is available in the ZIP file (see “download” column). Note! The previous version of ECC/DEC/(06)01 with its implementation status as of 02 November 2012 can be seen in the ZIP file in the ‘download’ column
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Implemented by 38 administrations

05-11-2012
EC Decision 2012/688/EU
  



04-03-2016
ECC/DEC/(08)08
Mobile Communication on board vessels
ECC Decision of 4 March 2016 on the harmonised use of GSM systems in the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz bands, UMTS systems in the 2 GHz band and LTE systems in the 1800 MHz and 2.6 GHz bands on board vessels Note! The previous versions of ECC/DEC/(08)08 with its implementation status as of March 2016 can be seen in the ZIP file in the 'download' column
Active
Implemented by 31 administrations



18-11-2016
ECC/DEC/(12)01
Licensing and free circulation and use of terrestrial and satellite mobile terminals
ECC Decision of 18 November 2016 on Exemption from individual licensing and free circulation and use of terrestrial and satellite mobile terminals operating under the control of networks Note! The previous versions of ECC/DEC/(12)01 with its implementation status as of November 2016 can be seen in the ZIP file in the 'download' column
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Implemented by 31 administrations




27-04-2012
ECC/REC/(08)02
Frequency planning and frequency coordination for GSM / UMTS / LTE / WiMAX Land Mobile systems operating within the 900 and 1800 MHz bands
Frequency planning and frequency coordination for GSM / UMTS / LTE / WiMAX Land Mobile systems operating within the 900 and 1800 MHz bands. Note! The previous versions of ECC/REC/(08)02 with its implementation status as of April 2012 can be seen in the ZIP file in the 'download' column
Active
Implemented by 31 administrations




12-05-2011
ECC Report 162
Practical mechanism to improve the compatibility between GSM-R and public mobile networks and guidance on practical coordination
Practical mechanism to improve the compatibility between GSM-R and public mobile networks and guidance on practical coordination
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Implemented by 31 administrations




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