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UK BB-PPDR operation will be via commercial networks (Considerings; d, e, f and g). Spectrum in the band 698-703 MHz (uplink) / 753-758 MHz (downlink) is not planned for UK use


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27.5-27.8185 GHz, 28.4545-28.8265 GHz and 29.4625-30 GHz, e.i.r.p from a single terminal = 55 dBW; Licence exempt - for land-based ESOMPs. Licensed - for ESOMPs mounted on aircraft or ships


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Implemented through EC Decision 2008/671/EC


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Fully implemented in the UK’s National Telephone Numbering Plan


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Earth station network license needed, see https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0029/84683/ir2077.pdf


Yes Partly

Link to Ofcom guidance on ESV: https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0013/13270/esvlicensing.pdf


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Link to Ofcom guidance on ESV: https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0013/13270/esvlicensing.pdf


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The UK did not implement this Decision in its original form and is unable to implement the revised Decision


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Committed


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Used for Cross border-coordination agreements between UK and neighbouring countries


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Used for Cross border-coordination agreements between UK and neighbouring countries


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Not yet implemented


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Licence Exempt. Covered under the Wireless Telegraphy Apparatus (Receivers) (Exemption) Regulations 1989. Statutory Instrument No 123. Although this predates the 99/26 decision, they include all receivers and therefore ROES


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Licence Exempt. Covered under the WT Exemption Regulations 1999. Statutory Instrument No 930


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Incorporated into National Frequency Allocation Table


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Incorporated into National Table


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Implemented mainly by administrative means. The circulation of most kinds of radio equipment is permitted in the UK whether or not it may be legally used. There are some exceptions to this: CB equipment: There is free movement (into the UK) and use (under licence) of MPT type approved UK CB apparatus. There is similarly free movement and use (under individual licence) within CEPT of PR-27 equipment that is properly marked and type approved. Nevertheless, there are restrictions on all other kinds of CB apparatus that cannot be legally used in the UK. To comply with EU single market requirements, the UK does allow imports of such equipment from the EU. However its possession, advertisement, sale and manufacture is prohibited. Furthermore imports of such equipment are prohibited from countries outside the EU (including, because they are not EU members, some CEPT countries). Cordless telephones: Those cordless telephones that do not meet MPTs 1322, 1334 or 1371 - and thus may not be used in the UK - are restricted as to importation from all countries, manufacture, advertisement, sale or possession. The UK does, however, allow imports for re-export and for sale to overseas visitors by special authority. Videosenders: The UK is making an Order prohibiting imports from any country, manufacture, advertisement, sale or possession of videosenders. Clearance has been obtained from the European Commission and from GATT/WTO


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Incorporated into National Table


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The UK currently has no plans to deploy new FS in the band 10.7-12.5 GHz


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Negotiation of band management


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78: T/R 61-01

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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