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Under study


Yes Partly

29.46-30 GHz


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Yes

No specific measure will be adopted on this issue. The French regulation already allow free circulation and use of terminal equipment connected to networks which are authorised in France


Yes Partly


Yes

Implemented in the NFAT see Annex 9. See decision n°2013-0521


Yes

Implemented in the NFAT see foot note 5.388A and Annex 9


Yes

Implemented in the NFAT see Annex 9. See decision n2013-0521


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Yes

No specific measure will be adopted on this issue. The French regulation already allow free circulation and use of terminal equipment connected to networks which are authorised in France


Yes

Implemented see ARCEP decision n° 2011-0599


Yes

These frequency bands are already granted to SMS - no specific measures are needed to implement this ECC Decision


Yes

Implemented see ARCEP Décision n° 2012-0615


Yes

This Decision is implemented for NB PPDR (see NFAT)


Yes

The French administration implemented the relevant EC Decision 2008/671/CE (see NFAT foot note F92a). See ARCEP decisions 2010-0852 and 0853


Yes

The French administration implemented the relevant EC Decision and ECC Decision under ARCEP decision 07-0179


Yes

See NFAT footnote F51 and F72


Yes

The related EC Decision 2007/98/EC is implemented - see relevant footnote NTFA F76


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Yes

Has been implemented in the French table of frequency allocation and in the ARCEP's decision 04-922


No

The French administration does not implement the Decision ECC/DEC/(06)05. The French administration will continue to deal with such matters as currently on a case-by-case basis with the requiring neighbouring administration(s) through bi or multilateral co-ordinations


Yes Partly

The French regulation already allow free circulation and use of terminal equipment connected to networks which are authorised in France


Yes

No specific measure will be adopted on this issue. The French regulation already allow free circulation and use of terminal equipment connected to networks which are authorised in France


Yes

French table of frequency allocation - footnote F073


Yes Partly

License-exempt if connected to licensed network; NFTA footnote F105b - ARCEP decision 2010-1182 - ARCEP decision 2010-1183


Yes Partly

Implemented in the NFAT F105a and in ARCEP Decision : see decisions 2010-1184 and 2010-1185 adopted by ARCEP on 4 November 2010, and the corresponding ministerial decree, dated 18 January 2011, and published in the French Official Journal on 3 February 2011


No

Fixed services shall be protected in the 5925-6425 MHz


Yes

This ECC Decision is implemented in the NFTA


Yes


Yes


Yes Partly

According to the NFAT, these frequency bands are allocated to MSS - Autorisation will be granted by ARCEP under market demand


Yes

The French administration has implemented the ECC Decision and the related EC Decisions 2005/513/EC et 2007/90/EC. They have been implemented in the French table of frequency allocation and in the ARCEP's decision 05-1080 and 1081, 2008-568


Yes

This ECC Decision is implemented under the ARCEP Decision 04-0922 (400MHz)


Yes

The current version of the French table of frequency allocation was adopted on 25 March 2004, and the last revision was adopted by the board of the ANFR on 26 October 2006. It will be published ahortly after formal adoption by the Prime Minister


Under study


Yes

Terminal equipment is exempted from individual licence in accordance with the French telecommunications law. See http://www.arcep.fr


Yes

Terminal equipment use is authorised only with a network licensed in accordance with the French telecommunications law. See http://www.arcep.fr


Yes

Implemented in the NFAT see F48C and ARCEP Decision 05-631 (876-880/921-925 MHz)


Yes

French table of frequency allocation - Footnote F133b


Yes

ECO database is regularly updated with relevant information from NFAT


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Under study


Under study


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No

Not yet implemented


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See remarks

No specific measures will be adopted, the French administration implements the related ECC/DEC/(99)05 and ECC/DEC/(99)06


See remarks

No specific measures will be adopted, the French administration implements the related ECC/DEC/(07)04 and ECC/DEC/(07)05


Yes

French table of frequency allocation - Footnote F133b Autorisation regime will be developed according market demand


Yes


Yes

Terminal equipment use is authorised only with a network licenced in accordance with the French telecommunications law. See http://www.arcep.fr


Yes


Yes

French table of frequency allocation - Footnote F048d - authorisations granted to mobile operators


Yes

French table of frequency allocation - Footnote F072 - authorisations granted to mobile operators


Yes

France will not adopt any specific measure in order to implement the Decision amended on 18 March 2005, due to the fact that EU regulations already allow free circulation and use of terminal equipment


Yes

French table of frequency allocation - Footnote F051 - authorisations granted to mobile operators


No

Not enforced. However, the French emergency service is implemented in part of the band


Yes

French table of frequency allocation - Footnote F105 See the ARCEP decision n°2008-1012 and2010-0008


Yes

French table of frequency allocation - Footnote F131a See decision n° 2013-0524 for the fixed service in the 37,5-39,5 GHz band ; only coordinated FSS stations are auhorised in the range


Yes

Implemented by French administration following the Arrêté date 18/05/05 modified by Arrêté date 22/02/11


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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

Yes

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