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2018-11-14

Hungary Updated national implementation: ERC/DEC/(99)06 (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. Notification of communication activity necessary.)


2018-11-14

Germany Updated national implementation: ERC/DEC/(99)06 (Yes, 400.05 – 400.15 MHz: single-frequency 400.1 +/- 0.050 MHz for standard time and frequency signal service via satellite)


2018-11-14

Bulgaria Updated national implementation: ERC/DEC/(99)06 (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. Notification to Communications Regulation Commission (CRC) necessary.)


2018-11-14

Austria Updated national implementation: ERC/DEC/(99)06 (Yes Partly, Article 15 of the Austrian Telecommunications Act 2003 as amended requires a notification of a public communications network or service to the regulatory authority (see RTR - Telecommunications) prior to the start of operation.The frequency ranges 399.9-400.05 MHz (Earth-space) and 400.15-401 MHz (space-Earth) are not assigned to the Mobile Satellite Service (MSS) in Austria. A revision of the National Table of Frequency Allocation on other aspects is under discussion for 2019. See Radio Interface Specification FSB-RU016.)


2018-11-08

New document version: ECO Report 03


2018-11-05

Latvia Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Italy Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Turkey Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Sweden Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Slovenia Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Portugal Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Poland Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Norway Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Malta Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Macedonia (FYROM) Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Luxembourg Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Iceland Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Greece Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Germany Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Estonia Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Denmark Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Czech Republic Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Cyprus Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Croatia Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Bulgaria Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

Belarus Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(11)06 (No info)


2018-11-05

New document version: ECC/DEC/(11)06


2018-11-02

New document version: ECC/DEC/(13)01


2018-11-02

New document version: ECC/DEC/(06)08


2018-10-31

Document created: ECC Report 287


2018-10-31

New document version: ECC/DEC/(18)06


2018-10-31

Document created: CEPT Report 069


2018-10-25

New document version: ERC Report 025


2018-10-22

Bulgaria Updated national implementation: ECC/DEC/(05)10 (Yes, Implemented by the Rules for carrying out electronic communications through radio equipment using frequency spectrum which does not need to be individually assigned); ECC/DEC/(05)11 (Yes, Implemented by the Rules for carrying out electronic communications through radio equipment using frequency spectrum which does not need to be individually assigned); ECC/DEC/(13)01 (Yes, Implemented by the Rules for carrying out electronic communications through radio equipment using frequency spectrum which does not need to be individually assigned 17.30-20.20 GHz, 27.5000-27.8185 GHz, 28.4545-28.9385 GHz, 29.4625-30.0000 GHz The maximum e.i.r.p. should not exceed 55 dBW e.i.r.p. at a distance of more than 1800 m from the guarded borders of an airport. The maximum e.i.r.p. should not exceed 50 dBW e.i.r.p. at a distance of 500 m to 1800 m from the guarded borders of the airport. ESOMPs shall not be used at a distance of less than 500 m from the protected boundaries of an airport. An exception is only allowed if the person operating the ESOMP has received explicit permission from the Directorate General “Civil Aviation Administration” (DG CAA - https://www.caa.bg) to operate the station at the protected boundaries of an airport or 500 m from it.); ECC/DEC/(15)04 (Yes, Implemented by the Rules for carrying out electronic communications through radio equipment using frequency spectrum which does not need to be individually assigned 17.30-20.20 GHz, 27.5000-27.8185 GHz, 28.4545-28.9385 GHz, 29.50-30.00 GHz The maximum e.i.r.p. should not exceed 55 dBW e.i.r.p. at a distance of more than 1800 m from the guarded borders of an airport. The maximum e.i.r.p. should not exceed 50 dBW e.i.r.p. at a distance of 500 m to 1800 m from the guarded borders of the airport. ESOMPs shall not be used at a distance of less than 500 m from the protected boundaries of an airport. An exception is only allowed if the person operating the ESOMP has received explicit permission from the Directorate General “Civil Aviation Administration” (DG CAA - https://www.caa.bg) to operate the station at the protected boundaries of an airport or 500 m from it.)


2018-10-19

New document version: ECC/DEC/(01)03