Germany

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27.5 GHz - 29.1 GHz. Licence required. See radio interface specification 2017/0094/D.


Under study


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Telemetry, Cordless Cameras use


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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


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No requirement for this Decision which is only related to authorisation issues. Germany has implemented the R&TTE Directive


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General Licence Vfg. 77/2011


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Terminals are exempted from individual licensing but the operation is allowed only under the control of a satellite network, which needs to be authorised by the NRA


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Terminals are exempted from individual licensing but the operation is allowed only under the control of a satellite network, which needs to be authorised by the NRA. The radio application is limited to the frequency band 14.00 - 14.25 GHz with a maximum e.i.r.p. of 50 dB(W).


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Terminals are exempted from individual licensing but the operation is allowed only under the control of a satellite network, which needs to be authorised by the NRA. The radio application is limited to the frequency band 14.00 - 14.25 GHz


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Operation in the frequency range 14.0 - 14.25 GHz only


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Geographic implementation restrictions applied as submitted by Germany on 10 August 2017, see file in the attachments


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Terminals are exempted from individual licensing but the operation is allowed only under the control of a satellite network, which needs to be authorised by the NRA


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Germany has already assigned the extension band for GSM-R. ECC Decisions (02)09 and (02)10 are restricted to the GSM-R core band. It is technically impossible to apply different authorisation regulations for parts of the tuning range of the same equipment (GSM-R terminals)


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Germany has already assigned the extension band for GSM-R. ECC Decisions (02)09 and (02)10 are restricted to the GSM-R core band. It is technically impossible to apply different authorisation regulations for parts of the tuning range of the same equipment (GSM-R terminals)


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Ongoing studies


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Implemented in band 5150-5250 MHz


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For further details (call signs, equivalent licences, other specific requirements) consult Annex 2 of ECC/REC/(05)06


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Terminals are exempted from individual licensing but the operation is allowed only under the control of a satellite network, which needs to be authorised by the NRA


Yes

Terminals are exempted from individual licensing but the operation is allowed only under the control of a satellite network, which needs to be authorised by the NRA


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National measures are not necessary with regard to ROES taking into account the German Telecommunications Act of 25 July 1996 (as published in Federal Law Gazette I No 39 of 31 July 1996) and the Frequency Assignment Ordinance of 26 April 2001 (as published in Federal Law Gazette I No 20 of 8 May 2001)


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No market need


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400.05 – 400.15 MHz: single-frequency 400.1 +/- 0.050 MHz for standard time and frequency signal service via satellite


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The bands 1758-1780.5 MHz / 1853-1875.5 MHz (E1-Net) and 1730-1752.5 MHz / 1825-1847.5 MHz (E2-Net) are available; Administrative Orders No. 259.3/94 and No. 128/97


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Implemented by the relevant frequency assignment specifications


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Intent of this Decision is met through the implementation of Directive 87/372/EEC


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Yes


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78: T/R 61-01

Yes

For further details (call signs, equivalent licences, other specific requirements) consult Annex 2 of T/R 61-01


79: T/R 61-02

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For further details (national licences corresponding to HAREC etc) consult Annex 2 of T/R 61-02