Implementation status

ERC/DEC/(01)19

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

Implementation Summary
Yes 31
Yes Partly 0
Committed 2
Planned 0
Under study 0
See remarks 0
No 6
No info 9
Country Implementation Status Date Remarks
Albania Yes 04-10-2010 Implemented through reference in the National Frequency Allocation Table, Government Decision Nr.479, Dt. 06.05.2009
Andorra No info
Austria Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented with the Frequency Utilisation Ordinance
Azerbaijan No info
Belarus No 20-12-2012
Belgium Yes 01-09-2009 Included in the National Frequency Allocation Plan
Bosnia and Herzegovina No info
Bulgaria No 01-09-2009 National security and defence
Croatia Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented through NTFA and bilateral agreements
Cyprus Yes 01-09-2009 Incorporated into National Frequency Allocation Table
Czech Republic Yes 14-09-2017 VO-R/1/05.2017-2 TETRAPOL technology is used. Agreements with neighbouring administrations concluded
Denmark Yes 01-09-2009 Implementation through reference in the national table of frequency allocations
Estonia Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented by Estonian Frequency Allocation Plan
Finland Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented by Regulation FICORA 15, see_x00D_ https://www.viestintavirasto.fi/en/steeringandsupervision/legislation/regulations.html
France No 01-09-2009 Not enforced. However, the French emergency service is implemented in part of the band
Georgia No info
Germany Yes 01-09-2009
Greece No info
Hungary Yes 01-09-2009 National footnote H87 of the National Table of Frequency Allocations, which was published by Decree No. 15/2012 (XII.29.)NMHH, and Decree No. 1/2013 (I.7.)NMHH on establishing the rules of use for frequency bands that may be used for non-civil purposes
Iceland Yes 01-09-2009 National Table of Frequency Allocation
Ireland Yes 01-09-2009 Specific measures adopted. Included in the National Table of Frequency Allocations
Italy Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented by a decree of Ministry of the Communication of 8 July 2002 and published in the Italian Official Gazette No. 169 dated 20 July 2002. National frequency allocation table is also available on the Ministry web site www.comunicazioni.it
Latvia No 01-09-2009
Liechtenstein Yes 01-09-2009
Lithuania Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented by Order No. 1V-895 of the Director of the Communications Regulatory Authority of 20 October 2005 on the amendment of Order No. 1V-27 of the Director of the Communications Regulatory Authority of 13 March 2003 on Approval of the List of Frequencies (channels), which may be used without an individual authorization
Luxembourg Yes 01-09-2009 Through reference in Luxembourg's national table of frequency allocations
Macedonia (FYROM) Yes 01-09-2009
Malta Yes 12-01-2016
Moldova No 01-09-2009
Monaco No info
Montenegro Yes 09-11-2011 Through reference in the NFAT
Netherlands Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented by reference in the National Frequency Table and Register
Norway Yes 01-09-2009
Poland Yes 18-07-2018
Portugal Yes 21-10-2010 Press release containing the Decision published (Spectru no 122, August 2009)
Romania Yes 04-10-2010 Included in the National Table of Frequency Allocations
Russian Federation No info
San Marino No info
Serbia Yes 27-09-2010
Slovak Republic Committed 01-09-2009 Specific measures adopted. There are governmental services in the band 380-385/390-395 MHz. They are obliged to respect this decision
Slovenia Yes 01-09-2009 NTFA
Spain Committed 01-09-2009 Studying application 27/01/03
Sweden Yes 01-09-2009 De facto implementation by licensing
Switzerland Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented by revision of the Swiss National Frequency Allocations Plan (NaFZ) as well as under the provisions of the Decree of the Federal Council on Frequency Management and Radio Licensing (Article 8) and the Decree of OFCOM on Frequency Management and Radio Licensing (Article 2)
Turkey Yes 21-10-2010
Ukraine No 31-03-2011
United Kingdom Yes 01-09-2009
Vatican City No info