ECC Decisions: Review

This is the list of ECC/ERC/ECTRA Decisions for regular review process
Status: Updated and endorsed by ECC#49, October 2018
It shows all active ECTRA, ERC and ECC Decisions within the scope of WG FM, ECC PT1, and WG NaN.
Legend: Im: implemented or partly implemented - Pl: committed, under study or planned implementation - No: not implemented or not applicable - Ni: no information

Decision  Responsible  Action  Date  Impact on ETSI standards Im PI No Ni
ECC Decision of 30 October 2009 on Reserving the National Short Message Service (SMS) Numbering Range Beginning with '116' for Harmonised SMS Numbers for Harmonised Services of Social Value
Last review in Oct. 2015
WGNaN Retain 2020 24 2 9 13
ECC Decision of 6 July 2007 on Reserving the National Numbering Range beginning with '116' for Harmonised Numbers for Harmonised Services of Social Value
Last reviewed in Oct. 2015
WGNaN Retain 2020 34 2 3 9
ECC Decision of 2 March 2018 on the harmonised prefixes and short codes in national numbering plans
ECC#47 finally approved this Decision
WGNaN Retain 2023 -
ECC Decision of 17 June 2016 on harmonised technical conditions and frequency bands for the implementation of Broadband Public Protection and Disaster Relief (BB-PPDR) systems
WGFM#92 approved the draft revised ECC/DEC/(16)02 for public consultation.
WGFM Revise 2019 Yes, a NWI for a HEN in ERM (TG DMR) Adopted 3GPP adopted a NWI for 450-470 MHz for BB-PPDR and BB-PMR/PAMR 5 15 5 23
ERC Decision of 12 March 2001 on harmonised frequency bands to be designated for the Direct Mode Operation (DMO) of the Digital Land Mobile Systems for the Emergency Services
WGFM Retain 2021 No 31 2 6 9
ECC Decision of 3 July 2015 on the harmonised use of broadband Direct Air-to-Ground Communications (DA2GC) systems in the frequency band 5855-5875 MHz
WG-FM#89 agreed that no action on this decision would be considered at this time. Endorsed by ECC#46.
WGFM Retain 2022 New HENs 2 3 11 32
ERC Decision of 10 March 1999 on the harmonised examination syllabi for the General Operator's Certificate (GOC) and the Restricted Operator's Certificate (ROC), amended on 3 July 2015
WGFM Retain 2021 No 26 2 3 14
ERC Decision of 10 March 1999 on the harmonised introduction of satellite personal communication systems operating in the bands below 1 GHz (S-PCS<1GHz)
WGFM Retain 2021 No 30 1 8 9
ERC Decision of 1 June 1999 on the designation of the harmonised frequency band 40.5 to 43.5 GHz for the introduction of Multimedia Wireless Systems (MWS) and Point-to-Point (P-P) Fixed Wireless Systems

See section 5.3.1 of WGFM#86 minutes (FM(16)225). 5G Roadmap: The range 40.5-43.5 GHz is, inter alia, also relevant for the WRC-19 preparation, AI 1.13 (IMT > 24 GHz). 40.5-43.5 GHz: CEPT supports IMT identification.
WGFM Revise after WRC-19 2020 See FM(16)164 30 0 7 11
ECC Decision of 27 June 2008 on the harmonisation of frequency bands for the implementation of digital Public Protection and Disaster Relief (PPDR) narrow band and wide band radio applications in bands within the 380-470 MHz range, amended on 17 June 2016
ECC#48 decided to revise this ECC Decision w.r.t. the provision for exemption from indiv. licensing and free circulation and use of terminals under the control of a network. WGFM#92 approved the draft revised ECC/DEC/(08)05 for public consultation.
WGFM Revise 2019 No RED HENs for options deleted in annex 1 28 2 2 16
ECC Decision of 9 July 2004 on the harmonised use of the 5 GHz frequency bands for the implementation of Wireless Access Systems including Radio Local Area Networks (WAS/RLANs), latest amended on 30 October 2009
Note: Implementation covered by ERC/REC 70-03 in EFIS. “Explanatory paper” to be taken into account during the future revision. WGFM#92 started the review.
WGFM Review 2019 Not identified yet 41 1 0 6
ECC Decision of 7 July 2006 on the harmonised frequency bands to be designated for Air-Ground-Air operation (AGA) of the Digital Land Mobile Systems for the Emergency Services
WGFM Retain 2021 No 30 2 6 10
ECC Decision of 11 March 2011 on industrial Level Probing Radars (LPR) operating in frequency bands 6 - 8.5 GHz, 24.05 - 26.5 GHz, 57 - 64 GHz and 75 - 85 GHz, updated on 17 November 2017


WG-FM#89 agreed updates, which were approved by ECC#46.Note: New ETSI SRdoc received.
SRDMG Review 2019 No 41 0 1 6
ECC Decision of 24 June 2011 on the harmonised use of frequencies for Citizens' Band (CB) radio equipment, amended on 17 June 2016

Implementation covered by ERC/REC 70-03 in EFIS
SRDMG Retain 2021 No 40 1 1 6
ECC Decision of 30 March 2007 on specific Material Sensing devices using Ultra-Wideband (UWB) technology, amended on 26 June 2009 and corrected on 18 November 2016

The draft revised ECC/DEC/(07)01 was approved by WGFM#92 for public consultation.
SRDMG Revise 2019 Error observed in EN 302 065-4 (LBT) 41 0 5 2
ECC Decision of 18 March 2005 on the use of the frequency band 169.4-169.8125 MHz, latest amended on 8 November 2013 and latest updated on 17 November 2017
WG-FM#89 agreed updates, which were approved by ECC#46.
SRDMG Retain 2022 Yes, EN 300 422 (several parts) 43 1 2 1
ECC Decision of 24 March 2006 amended 9 December 2011 on the harmonised conditions for devices using UWB technology in bands below 10.6 GHz.

Implementation covered by ERC/REC 70-03 in EFIS The draft revised ECC/DEC/(06)04 was approved by WGFM#92 for public consultation.
SRDMG Revise 2019 Yes (work triggered by 3 ETSI SRDocs) 45 1 1 1
ECC Decision of 19 March 2004 on the frequency band 77-81 GHz to be designated for the use of Automotive Short Range Radars.

Implementation is covered by ERC/REC 70-03 in EFIS. ETSI SRdoc in preparation.
SRDMG Review 2019 45 1 1 1
ECC Decision of 12 November 2004 on the frequency bands to be designated for the temporary introduction of Automotive Short Range Radars (SRR), amended 01 June 2012

ECC#47 finally approved an updated version of this Decision.
SRDMG Retain 2020 No 37 2 2 7
ECC Decision of 13 March 2009 on the harmonised use of the 63-64 GHz frequency band for Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), amended on 4 March 2016
Implementation covered by ERC/REC 70-03. ETSI SRdoc in preparation. Draft CEPT Report 70 proposes a shift of the ITS frequency range.
SRDMG Revise 2019 Yes, SRD/MG to check 36 2 4 6
ECC Decision of 14 March 2008 on the harmonised use of the 5875-5925 MHz frequency band for Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), amended on 3 July 2015

ECC#43 decided to revise this ECC Decision. Implementation covered by ERC REC 70-03 in EFIS. Response on EC Mandate on ITS incl. Urban Rail in preparation. Interim Report approved at ECC#47.
SRDMG Revise 2019 Yes, likely in parallel revision 39 3 2 4
ECC Decision of 1 December 2006 on the conditions for use of the radio spectrum by Ground- and Wall- Probing Radar (GPR/WPR) imaging systems, updated on 26 October 2018

An editorial update was approved by ECC in October 2018.
SRDMG Retain 2023 No 30 7 10 1
ECC Decision of 3 July 2015 on the harmonised frequency range 446.0-446.2 MHz, technical characteristics, exemption from individual licensing and free carriage and use of analogue and digital PMR 446 applications, amended on 02 March 2018

Implementation covered by ERC/REC 70-03. ECC#47 finally approved a revised version of this Decision.
SRDMG Retain 2023 No 47 1
ECC Decision of 4 March 2016 on the harmonised frequency band 76-77 GHz, technical characteristics, exemption from individual licensing and free carriage and use of obstacle detection radars for rotorcraft use, corrected on 18 November 2016
SRDMG Retain 2021 Yes, new HEN in approval process, to be in line with Decision 33 3 4 8
ECC Decision of 2 November 2012 on the harmonised conditions for UWB applications onboard aircraft
Harmonised standard in preparation. Implementation covered by ERC/REC 70-03 in EFIS. Revision will follow the work under the permanent EC Mandate on UWB (CEPT Report 69).
SRDMG Revise 2019 See note 31 1 9 2
ERC Decision of 12 March 2001 on harmonised frequencies, technical characteristics and exemption from individual licensing of Short Range Devices used for Flying Model control operating in the frequency band 34.995 - 35.225 MHz, updated on 17 November 2017



Implementation covered by ERC/REC 70-03 in EFIS Note: Flying model control dominantly uses 2.4 GHz today. WG-FM#89 agreed updates, which were approved by ECC #46.
SRDMG Retain 2022 No 44 1 1 2
ERC Decision of 12 March 2001 on harmonised frequencies, technical characteristics and exemption from individual licensing of Short Range Devices used for Model control operating in the frequencies 40.665, 40.675, 40.685 and 40.695 MHz, updated on 17 November 2017


WG-FM#89 agreed updates, which were approved by ECC #46.
SRDMG Retain 2022 No 45 0 1 2
ERC Decision of 12 March 2001 on harmonised frequencies, technical characteristics and exemption from individual licensing of Ultra Low Power Active Medical Implant (ULP-AMI) communication systems operating in the frequency band 401 - 406 MHz on a secondary basis, amended on 9 December 2011 and updated on 17 November 2017
Implementation covered by ERC/REC 70-03 in EFIS
SRDMG Retain 2022 No 46 0 2 0
ECC Decision of 9 December 2011 on harmonised frequency arrangements and least restrictive technical conditions (LRTC) for mobile/fixed communications networks (MFCN) operating in the band 3400-3800 MHz, amended on 14 March 2014 and amended 26 October 2018

ECC#49 approved the revised ECC/DEC/(11)06 for publication.
PT1 Retain 2023 Yes 0 0 0 48
ECC Decision of 6 July 2018 on the harmonised technical conditions for Mobile/Fixed Communications Networks (MFCN) in the band 24.25-27.5 GHz, corrected 26 October 2018
An editorial update was approved by ECC#49 in October 2018.
PT1 Retain 2023 Yes 0 1 0 47
ECC Decision of 17 November 2017 on the harmonised use of the frequency bands 1427-1452 MHz and 1492-1518 MHz for Mobile/Fixed Communications Networks Supplemental Downlink (MFCN SDL)
ECC#47 agreed on a correction of this Decision (limits defined per cell).
PT1 Retain 2022 1 1 1 45
ECC Decision of 1 June 2012 on Exemption from individual licensing and free circulation and use of terrestrial and satellite mobile terminals operating under the control of networks, corrected on 3 July 2015 and amended on 18 November 2016
ECC#43 finally approved the amendment of the Decision. The previous implementation status was reset. WGFM to consult PT1 for reviews.
PT1 Retain 2021 6 1 2 39
ECC Decision of 8 November 2013 on the harmonised use of the frequency band 1452-1492 MHz for Mobile/Fixed Communications Networks Supplemental Downlink (MFCN SDL), latest amended on 02 March 2018

ECC#47 finally approved a revised version of this Decision. The revision clarifies the technical conditions applicable when MFCN is also deployed above or below 1452-1492 MHz in line with ECC Decision (17)06.
PT1 Revise 2020 Yes 16 9 3 20
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
5G Roadmap: ECC#43 decided to also verify during the next review whether the LRTC are ‘5G compatible’.
PT1 Retain 2020 41 0 1 6
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: Implementation covered by ERC/REC 70-03 in EFIS
PT1 Retain 2020 Possible 46 1 0 1
ERC Decision of 14 March 2008 on the free circulation and use of certain radio equipment in CEPT member countries
PT1 Retain 2019 No 35 0 3 9
ERC Decision of 1 December 1995 on the frequency bands to be designated for the introduction of DCS 1800
PT1 Retain 2020 40 1 0 7
ERC Decision of 21 March 1997 on the extended frequency bands to be used for the GSM Digital Pan-European Communications System
5G Roadmap: ECC#43 decided to also verify during the next review whether the LRTC are ‘5G compatible’.
PT1 Retain 2020 44 0 0 4
ERC Decision of 23 November 1998 on Exemption from Individual Licensing of DECT equipment, amended on 8 November 2013

Note: Implementation covered by ERC/REC 70-03 in EFIS.
PT1 Retain 2019 Possible 47 0 0 1
ECC Decision of 27 June 2014 on Harmonised technical and regulatory conditions for the use of the band 2300-2400 MHz for Mobile/Fixed Communications Networks (MFCN)

5G Roadmap: ECC#43 decided to also verify during next review whether the LTRC are '5G compatible'
PT1 Retain 2019 10 4 8 26
ECC Decision of 6 March 2015 on Harmonised technical conditions for mobile/fixed communications networks (MFCN) in the band 694-790 MHz including a paired frequency arrangement (Frequency Division Duplex 2x30 MHz) and an optional unpaired frequency arrangement (Supplemental Downlink)
5G Roadmap: ECC#43 decided to also verify during the next review whether the LRTC are ‘5G compatible’.
PT1 Review 2019 4 7 7 30
ECC Decision of 18 November 2016 on the harmonised use of airborne GSM and LTE systems in the frequency bands 1710-1785 MHz and 1805-1880 MHz, and airborne UMTS systems in the frequency bands 1920-1980 MHz and 2110-2170 MHz, amended on 18 November 2016 and updated 30 June 2017
ECC#44 finally approved the revised ECC/DEC/(06)07. Implementation status was reset.
PT1 Retain 2019 Yes(?) 9 0 0 39
ECC Decision of 1 December 2006 on the designation of the bands 880-915 MHz, 925-960 MHz, 1710-1785 MHz and 1805-1880 MHz for terrestrial UMTS, LTE and WiMAX systems, latest amended on 2 March 2018

5G Roadmap: ECC#43 decided to also verify during the review whether the LRTC are ‘5G compatible’. ECC#49 approved a revised version of this ECC Decision for public consultation.
PT1 Revise 2019 28 0 0 19
ECC Decision of 31 October 2008 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, amended on 4 March 2016 and updated on 30 June 2017
Revised version finally approved by ECC#41 in March 2016.
PT1 Retain 2021 Possible 14 4 4 26
ECC Decision of 30 October 2009 on harmonised conditions for Mobile/Fixed Communications Networks (MFCN) operating in the band 790-862 MHz

5G Roadmap: ECC#43 decided to also verify during the next review whether the LRTC are ‘5G compatible’.
PT1 Review 2019 Possible 36 3 4 5
ECC Decision of 24 March 2006 on the harmonised utilisation of the bands1920-1980 MHz and 2110-2170 MHz for mobile/fixed communications networks (MFCN) including terrestrial IMT, amended on 2 November 2012

Scope was reduced to the paired 2 GHz bands only. 5G Roadmap: ECC#43 decided to also verify during the next review whether the LRTC are ‘5G compatible’. ECC#49 approved the draft revised ECC/DEC/(06)01 for public consultation.
PT1 Revise 2019 37 2 1 8
ECC Decision of 18 March 2005 on harmonised utilisation of spectrum for Mobile/Fixed Communications Networks (MFCN) operating within the band 2500-2690 MHz, amended on 3 July 2015

5G Roadmap: ECC#43 decided to also verify during the next review whether the LRTC are ‘5G compatible’.
PT1 Revise 2019 Yes 35 1 0 12
ECC Decision of 5 July 2002 on the designation and availability of frequency bands for railway purposes in the 876-880 MHz and 921-925 MHz bands, amended on 8 March 2013

Note: possible withdrawal of ECC/DEC/(04)06 relevant because of the cross-reference for ER-GSM in considerings This Decision was revised in 2013. Draft SRdoc on GSM-R networks evolution to be considered
FM56 Review 2019 No 39 0 3 6
ECC Decision of 15 November 2002 on free circulation and use of GSM-R mobile terminals operating within the frequency bands 876-880 MHz and 921-925 MHz for railway purposes in CEPT countries, enlarging the field of application of ERC/DEC/(95)01, amended on 11 March 2011
Changes could be required if DEC (02)05 were changed.
FM56 Review 2019 No 24 2 4 18
ECC Decision of 15 November 2002 on exemption from individual licensing of GSM-R mobile terminals operating within the frequency bands 876-880 MHz and 921-925 MHz for railway purposes, amended on 11 March 2011
FM56 Review 2019 No 27 2 4 15
ECC Decision of 19 March 2004 on the availability of frequency bands for the introduction of Wide Band Digital Land Mobile PMR/PAMR in the 400 MHz and 800/900 MHz bands, latest amended on 9 December 2011
ECC#44 in March 2017 agreed that a new ECC Decision on land mobile systems should be developed and would replace ECC Decisions (04)06 and (06)06. WGFM#92 approved the new ECC/DEC/(19)02 for public consultation which will withdraw ECC/DEC/(04)06.
FM54 Withdraw 2019 Yes, concern generic PMR HENs 30 3 2 13
ECC Decision of 7 July 2006 on the availability of frequency bands for the introduction of Narrow Band Digital Land Mobile PMR/PAMR in the 80 MHz, 160 MHz and 400 MHz bands, amended on 8 November 2013
ECC#44 in March 2017 agreed that a new ECC Decision on land mobile systems should be developed and would replace ECC Decisions (04)06 and (06)06. WGFM#92 approved the new ECC/DEC/(19)02 for public consultation which will withdraw ECC/DEC/(06)06.
FM54 Withdrawn 2019 Yes, once FM54 has finalised considerations on PMR/PAMR 35 2 1 10
ECC Decision of 9 December 2011 on Exemption from individual licensing of digital terminals of narrowband and wideband PMR/PAMR/PPDR systems and free circulation and use of digital terminals of narrowband and wideband PPDR systems operating in the 80 MHz, 160 MHz, 380-470 MHz and 800/900 MHz bands
Withdrawal endorsed by ECC#46. WGFM#90 (02/2018) agreed on a LS to PSCE, PSRG and ETSI. WGFM#92 approved the new ECC/DEC/(19)01 withdrawing ECC/DEC/(11)04 for public consultation.
FM54 Withdraw 2019 No 20 0 9 19
ECC Decision of 8 March 2013 on the use, free circulation, and exemption from individual licensing of Earth stations on mobile platforms (ESOMPs) in the frequency bands available for use by uncoordinated FSS Earth stations within the ranges 17.3-20.2 GHz and 27.5-30.0 GHz, amended 26 October 2018
Note: ECC Report 66 is replaced by new ECC Report 272. ECC in October 2018 approved the revised ECC/DEC/(13)01 for publication.
FM44 Retain 2023 No 36 3 1 8
ECC Decision of 30 October 2009 on exemption from individual licensing and the free circulation and use of transmit-only mobile satellite terminals operating in the Mobile-Satellite Service allocations in the 1613.8 - 1626.5 MHz band

FM44 Retain 2019 No 24 2 7 15
ECC Decision of 12 November 2010 on sharing conditions in the 10.6-10.68 GHz band between the fixed service, mobile service and Earth exploration satellite service (passive)
FM44 Retain 2021 No 20 3 8 17
ECC Decision of 12 November 2010 on compatibility between the fixed satellite service in the 30-31 GHz band and the Earth exploration satellite service (passive) in the 31.3-31.5 GHz band
FM44 Retain 2021 No 21 6 4 17
ECC Decision of 11 March 2011 on the protection of the Earth exploration satellite service (passive) in the 1400-1427 MHz band, amended on 3 March 2017
Amended version finally approved at ECC#44 in March 2017. Implementation status to be maintained.
FM44 Retain 2022 No 20 5 5 18
ECC Decision of 18 March 2005 on the use of the band 27.5-29.5 GHz by the Fixed Service and uncoordinated Earth stations of the Fixed-Satellite Service (Earth-to-space), amended on 8 March 2013

Note: ECC Report 66 is replaced by new ECC Report 272. WGFM#92 approved the draft revised ECC/DEC/(05)01 for public consultation.
FM44 Revise 2019 No 33 3 2 9
ECC Decision of 26 June 2009 on the harmonisation of the bands 1610-1626.5 MHz and 2483.5-2500 MHz for use by systems in the Mobile-Satellite Service, amended 02 November 2012

ECC#44 (March 2017): The reference to ECTRA/DEC/(97)02 (which was withdrawn) has been editorially corrected by the ECO.
FM44 Retain 2019 No 33 4 3 8
ECC Decision of 1 December 2006 on the designation of the bands 1980-2010 MHz and 2170-2200 MHz for use by systems in the Mobile-Satellite Service including those supplemented by a Complementary Ground Component (CGC)
ECC Report 233 published.
FM44 Retain 2021 FM44 to check 33 2 2 11
ECC Decision of 1 December 2006 on transitional arrangements for the Fixed Service and Tactical Radio Relay Systems in the Bands 1980 2010 MHz and 2170 2200 MHz in order to facilitate the Harmonised Introduction and Development of Systems in the Mobile Satellite Service including those supplemented by a Complementary Ground Component, amended on 3 March 2017
WGFM#88: based on survey results, proposal to withdraw in 2019 since real FS usage is practically not existing anymore in the bands.
FM44 Withdraw 2019 No
ECC Decision of 24 March 2006 on Exemption from Individual Licensing of Low e.i.r.p. Satellite Terminals (LEST) operating within the frequency bands 10.70–12.75 GHz or 19.70–20.20 GHz space-to-Earth and 14.00–14.25 GHz or 29.50–30.00 GHz Earth-to-Space
Note: ECC Report 66 is replaced by new ECC Report 272.
FM44 withdraw 2019 No 34 1 3 10
ECC Decision of 24 March 2006 on Exemption from Individual Licensing of High e.i.r.p. Satellite Terminals (HEST) with e.i.r.p. above 34 dBW operating within the frequency bands 10.70 - 12.75 GHz or 19.70 - 20.20 GHz space-to-Earth and 14.00 - 14.25 GHz or 29.50 - 30.00 GHz Earth-to-space
WGFM#92 approved the draft revised ECC/DEC/(06)03 for public consultation.
FM44 Revise 2019 No 34 1 3 10
ECC Decision of 24 June 2005 on the availability of frequency bands for high density applications in the Fixed-Satellite Service (space-to-Earth and Earth-to-space), amended 08 March 2013

Note: This Decision was revised in 2013.
FM44 Review 2019 No 31 3 3 11
ECC Decision of 24 June 2005 on the free circulation and use of Earth Stations on board Vessels (ESV) operating in Fixed Satellite service networks in the frequency bands 5 925-6 425 MHz (Earth-to-space) and 3 700-4 200 MHz (space-to-Earth), amended on 4 March 2016 and updated on 30 June 2017


Amended version finally approved at ECC#44 in March 2017. Implementation status to be maintained.Note: ECC Report 66 is replaced by new ECC Report 272. WGFM#92 approved the draft revised ECC/DEC/(05)09 for public consultation.
FM44 Revise 2019 FM44 to check 27 0 12 5
ECC Decision of 24 June 2005 on the free circulation and use of Earth Stations on board Vessels (ESV) operating in fixed satellite service networks in the frequency bands 14-14.5 GHz (Earth-to-space), 10.7-11.7 GHz (space-to-Earth) and 12.5-12.75 GHz (space-to-Earth)
Note: One single ECC Decision, covering land, sea and air earth stations in motion, would be preferable.Note: ECC Report 66 is replaced by new ECC Report 272. WGFM#92 approved the draft revised ECC/DEC/(05)10 for public consultation.
FM44 Revise 2019 No 38 0 3 4
ECC Decision of 24 June 2005 on the free circulation and use of Aircraft Earth Stations (AES) in the frequency bands 14-14.5 GHz (Earth-to-space), 10.7-11.7GHz (space-to-Earth) and 12.5-12.75 GHz (space-to-Earth), amended on 6 March 2015
Note: One single ECC Decision, covering land, sea and air earth stations in motion, would be preferable. Note: ECC Report 66 is replaced by new ECC Report 272. WGFM#92 approved the draft revised ECC/DEC/(05)11 for public consultation.
FM44 Revise 2019 No 46 0 0 1
ECC Decision of 15 March 2002 on the use of the band 40.5 – 42.5 GHz by terrestrial (fixed service/ broadcasting service) systems and uncoordinated Earth stations in the fixed satellite service and broadcasting-satellite service (space to Earth)
FM44 Review after WRC-19 2020 No 32 3 3 10
ECC Decision of 12 November 2004 on the designation of the bands 1518-1525 MHz and 1670-1675 MHz for the Mobile-Satellite Service, amended on 26 June 2009
FM44 Retain 2019 26 4 4 13
ECC Decision of 17 October 2003 on the Exemption from Individual Licensing of Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSAT) operating in the frequency bands 14.25 - 14.50 GHz Earth-to-space and 10.70-11.70 GHz space-to-Earth
Note: ECC Report 66 is replaced by new ECC Report 272. WGFM#92 approved the draft revised ECC/DEC/(03)04 for public consultation
FM44 Revise 2019 No 30 1 7 10
ECC Decision of 3 July 2015 on the harmonised use, free circulation and exemption from individual licensing of Land and Maritime Earth Stations On Mobile Platforms (ESOMPs) operating with NGSO FSS satellite systems in the frequency ranges 17.3-20.2 GHz, 27.5-29.1 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz
Note: ECC Report 66 is replaced by new ECC Report 272. WGFM#92 approved the draft revised ECC/DEC/(15)04 for public consultation.
FM44 Revise 2019 New HEN for ESOMPs 15 4 2 27
ERC Decision of 29 November 1999 on Exemption from Individual Licensing of Receive Only Earth Stations (ROES)
FM44 Retain 2021 No 32 2 4 10
ERC Decision of 10 March 1999 on Free Circulation, Use and Exemption from Individual Licensing of Mobile Earth Stations.(S-PCS < 1GHz)
FM44 Retain 2021 No 31 0 7 9
ECTRA Decision of 3 March 1999 on harmonisation of authorisation conditions in the field of Satellite personal Communications Services (S-PCS) in Europe, operating within the bands 1525-1544/1545-1559 MHz, 1626.5-1645.5/1646.5-1660.5 MHz
FM44 Retain 2021 No 16 1 8 22
ECTRA Decision of 3 March 1999 on harmonisation of authorisation conditions in the field of Satellite Personal Communications Services (S-PCS) in Europe, operating in the bands below 1 GHz (S-PCS<1 GHz)
FM44 Retain 2021 No 12 2 11 22
ERC Decision of 27 March 2000 on the use of the band 37.5 - 40.5 GHz by the fixed service and Earth stations of the fixed - satellite service (space-to-Earth)
40.5-43.5 GHz: CEPT supports IMT identification, and notes the benefit of a global tuning range with 37-40.5 GHz. CEPT will not propose IMT identification in the lower range but would not oppose such proposals from other regions.
FM44 Review after WRC-19. 2020 No 36 2 2 8
ERC Decision of 19 October 2000 on the shared use of the band 17.7 - 19.7 GHz by the fixed service and Earth stations of the fixed-satellite service (space-to-Earth), amended on 4 March 2016
FM44 Retain 2021 To be checked by FM44 17 4 1 27
ERC Decision of 19 October 2000 on the use of the band 10.7 - 12.5 GHz by the fixed service and Earth stations of the broadcasting-satellite and fixed-satellite Service (space-to-Earth)
FM44 Retain 2021 No 37 1 2 8
ECC Decision of 6 July 2018 on the harmonised use, exemption from individual licensing and free circulation and use of land based Earth Stations In-Motion (ESIM) operating with GSO FSS satellite systems in the frequency bands 10.7-12.75 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz
ECC#48 approved for publication
FM44 Retain 2023 Yes 0 1 0 47
ECC Decision of 30 June 2017 on the harmonised use and exemption from individual licensing of fixed earth stations operating with NGSO FSS satellite systems in the frequency bands 10.70-12.75 GHz and 14.00-14.50 GHz
Note: ECC Report 66 is replaced by new ECC Report 272. WGFM#92 approved the draft revised ECC/DEC/(16)02 for public consultation.
FM44 Revise 2019 New HEN under development 1 1 0 46
ECC Decision of 6 July 2018 on the harmonised use, exemption from individual licensing and free circulation and use of Earth Stations In-Motion (ESIM) operating with NGSO FSS satellite systems in the frequency bands 10.7-12.75 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz
ECC#48 approved for publication
FM44 Retain 2023 Yes 0 1 0 47
ECC Decision of 15 November 2001 on ECO Frequency Information System (EFIS), Annex 2 is amended on 18 October 2018
WGFM#92: Changes in Annex 2 approved for administrative consultation. Updated version published after ECC#49 meeting.
EFISMG Revise 2019 No 46 0 0 2
ECC Decision of 17 October 2003 on The publication of national tables of frequency allocations and utilisations (NTFAs), amended on 3 July 2015
EFISMG Retain 2020 No 39 1 1 7
Issues harmonised by the ECTRA/ERC/ECC Decisions
(for information only)

Frequency management & sharing (total: 14)
ECC/DEC/(01)03 EFIS
ECC/DEC/(03)05 National Allocation tables
ERC/DEC/(95)01 Free circulation and use of equipment
ECC/DEC/(12)01 Licensing and free circulation and use of terrestrial and satellite mobile terminals
ECC/DEC/(11)01 1400 - 1427 MHz Protection EESS
ECC/DEC/(06)10 1980-2010 MHz and 2170-2200 MHz Phasing out FS
ECC/DEC/(10)01 10.6 - 10.68 GHz Protection EESS from FS and MS
ERC/DEC/(00)08 10.7 - 12.5 GHz FS<->FSS/BSS
ERC/DEC/(00)07 17.7 - 19.7 GHz FS<->FSS
ECC/DEC/(05)01 27.5-29.5 GHz FS<->FSS
ECC/DEC/(10)02 30 GHz 30 - 31 GHz FSS <-> 31.3 - 31.5 GHz EESS
ERC/DEC/(00)02 37.5 - 40.5 GHz FS<->FSS
ECC/DEC/(02)04 40.5 – 42.5 GHz FS/BS<->FSS/BSS
ECC/DEC/(11)03 CB Radio 27 MHz

Public Mobile service (total: 20)
ERC/DEC/(94)01 GSM 890-915/935-960 MHz
ERC/DEC/(97)02 E-GSM 880-890/925-935 MHz
ERC/DEC/(98)20 GSM Licensing
ERC/DEC/(94)03 DECT 1880-1900 MHz
ERC/DEC/(98)22 DECT Licensing
ERC/DEC/(95)03 GSM-1800
ECC/DEC/(06)07 GSM on aircraft 1710-1785, 1805-1880 MHz, 1920-1980 MHz and 2110-2170 MHz
ECC/DEC/(08)08 GSM/UMTS/LTE on vessels 880-915/ 925-960 MHz, 1710-1785/1805-1880 MHz, 1920-1980/2110-2170 MHz and 2500-2570/2620-2690 MHz
ECC/DEC/(05)05 IMT-2000/UMTS 2.5 MHz
ECC/DEC/(06)01 MFCN 2 GHz
ECC/DEC/(06)13 UMTS, LTE, WiMax, IoT 900 MHz and 1800 MHz
ECC/DEC/(09)03 MFCN 790-862 MHz
ECC/DEC/(11)06 MFCN 3400-3800 MHz
ECC/DEC/(13)03 MFCN 1452-1492 MHz Supplemental Downlink
ECC/DEC/(08)01 ITS 5875-5925 MHz
ECC/DEC/(09)01 ITS 63-64 GHz
ECC/DEC/(14)02 MFCN 2300-2400 MHz
ECC/DEC/(15)01 MFCN 694-790 MHz
ECC/DEC/(17)06 MFCN 1427-1452 MHz and 1492-1518 MHz for MFCN SDL
ECC/DEC/(18)06 MFCN 24.25-27.5 GHz

Professional Mobile service (total: 14)
ERC/DEC/(01)19 DMO for Emergency 380 - 380.15 / 390 - 390.15 MHz
ECC/DEC/(06)05 AGA Digital LMS for emergency 384.750-385 / 394.750-395 MHz
ECC/DEC/(02)05 GSM-R Railway 876-880/921-925 MHz
ECC/DEC/(04)06 PMR/PAMR WB 400 MHz and 800/900 MHz
ECC/DEC/(06)06 PMR/PAMR 80 MHz, 160 MHz and 400 MHz
ECC/DEC/(11)04 PMR/PAMR/PPDR Licensing, Free circulation and Use
ERC/DEC/(99)02 TETRA Licensing
ERC/DEC/(99)03 TETRA Free circulation and Use
ECC/DEC/(02)09 GSM-R Free circulation and use
ECC/DEC/(02)10 GSM-R Licensing
ECC/DEC/(08)05 PPDR 380 - 470 MHz
ECC/DEC/(15)03 DA2GC 5855-5875 MHz
ECC/DEC/(15)05 PMR446 446.0-446.2 MHz
ECC/DEC/(16)02 BB-PPDR 450-470 MHz and 700 MHz

Wireless Access systems (total: 2)
ERC/DEC/(99)15 MWS 40.5-43.5 GHz
ECC/DEC/(04)08 RLAN 5 GHz

Satellite service (total: 19)
ERC/DEC/(99)06 S-PCS below 1GHz
ERC/DEC/(99)05 S-PCS Free circulation and use and licensing below 1GHz
ECC/DEC/(04)09 MSS terminals 1518-1525 MHz and 1670-1675 MHz
ECC/DEC/(09)02 MSS terminals 1610-1626.5 MHz and 2483.5-2500 MHz
ECC/DEC/(09)04 MSS terminals Free circulation and use and licensing in 1613.8-1626.5 MHz
ECC/DEC/(05)08 HDFSS
ECC/DEC/(05)09 ES on vessels 5925-6425 MHz and 3700-4200 MHz
ECC/DEC/(05)10 ES on vessels 14 GHz, 11 GHz and 12 GHz
ECC/DEC/(05)11 ES on aircraft 14 GHz, 11 GHz and 12 GHz
ERC/DEC/(99)26 ES receive only
ECC/DEC/(06)02 LEST 12 GHz, 20 GHz,14.GHz 30 GHz
ECC/DEC/(06)03 HEST 12 GHz, 20 GHz,14.GHz 30 GHz
ECC/DEC/(03)04 VSAT 14.25-14.50 GHz and 10.70-11.70 GHz
ECC/DEC/(06)09 CGC 1980-2010 MHz and 2170-2200 MHz
ECC/DEC/(13)01 GSO ESOMPs 17.3-20.2 GHz and 27.5-30.0 GHz
ECC/DEC/(15)04 NGSO ESOMPs 17.3-20.2 GHz, 27.5-29.1 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz
ECC/DEC/(17)04 NGSO FSS 10.7 - 12.75 GHz and 14.0 - 14.5 GHz
ECC/DEC/(18)04 GSO land based ESIM 10.7-12.75 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz
ECC/DEC/(18)05 NGSO ESIM 10.7-12.75 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz

SRD (total: 12)
ERC/DEC/(01)11 Model control 35 MHz
ERC/DEC/(01)12 Model control 40 MHz
ERC/DEC/(01)17 Medical Implants 401-406 MHz
ECC/DEC/(04)03 SRR 77-81 GHz
ECC/DEC/(04)10 SRR 24 GHz
ECC/DEC/(05)02 169.4-169.8125 MHz Band plan
ECC/DEC/(06)04 UWB below 10.6 GHz and with mitigation techniques
ECC/DEC/(06)08 GPR/WPR imaging systems
ECC/DEC/(07)01 UWB Material Sensing devices
ECC/DEC/(11)02 LPR 8 GHz, 25 GHz, 60 GHz and 80 GHz
ECC/DEC/(12)03 UWB onboard aircraft 6-8.5 GHz
ECC/DEC/(16)01 Obstacle detection radars for rotorcraft use 76-77 GHz

Maritime service (total: 1)
ERC/DEC/(99)01 Examination syllabi

Numbering and Networks (total: 3)
ECC/DEC/(07)03 Reserving the National Numbering Range beginning with '116' for Harmonised Numbers for Harmonised Services of Social Value
ECC/DEC/(09)06 Reserving the National SMS Numbering Range Beginning with '116' for Harmonised Services of Social Value
ECC/DEC/(17)05 Harmonised prefixes and short codes in national numbering plans