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In The Netherlands CB Radio is currently allowed on the basis of "non-interference, non protection". SRDs operate in the same band. So, both have the same rights. However, in practice, this cannot be realised due to the large power difference. This creates a difficulty from an enforcement point of view. No distinction is made between mobile and fixed use in the Decision. The newly proposed up to 6 dB higher power limits would fit for mobile use (e.g. trucks) but not so much for fixed use (e.g. in high buildings) from a sharing point of view. A variety of analogue modulation types is listed in the Decision. This is too detailed and also not technology-neutral (all information about these types of modulation is also to be found 1-to-1 in the harmonised standard). There are no rules in the Decision such as maximum transmission time. The equipment can basically be used 24/7. This is contrary to the idea of non-exclusive use. (Compare USA: 5 minutes talk, 1 minute quiet). There are no rules in the Decision on antenna sites (e.g. maximum antenna height for fixed use). (Compare USA: about 18 meters). In USA CB equipment may further not be used near airports


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Implemented through EC Decision 2008/671/EC


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Licensing will be done in accordance with Decision 626/2008/EU. Terminals will be licence exempt


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Implementation through reference in the national table of frequency allocations


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Exemption from individual licensing is implemented in the relevant executive order


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Exemption from individual licensing is implemented in the relevant executive order. Maximum e.i.r.p. 50 dBW. Maximum transmitter output power 2W


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Exemption from individual licensing is implemented in the relevant executive order


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Implemented by reference in the National Frequency Table


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License-exempt


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These earth stations are licence exempt when the EIRP does not exceed 50 dBW. They should further not be operated within 500 metres of the fence around an airport


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An individual licence is required to operate these earth stations. Application forms are available on the website of the Radio Agency the Netherlands: www.agentschap-telecom.nl


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The Netherlands has implemented this ECC Decision and will not change this, but, since decides 6 of the new version of the Decision, indicates that administrations shall exempt the uncoordinated FSS earth stations from individual licensing, the Netherlands will indicate in the remarks section of the implementation database that in part of the band 17.3-17.7 GHz individual licences might be required


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Implemented by reference in the National Frequency Table and Register


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Information is already accessible in EFIS. Links within EFIS to national Register


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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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Licences for point to point fixed links are issued on a first come/ first served basis


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Implemented on 01-01-2005 except 225 - 399.9 MHz


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The Decision is related to aspects which are already covered on community level by Directive 1995/5/EG of the European Parliament and the European Council of 9 March 1999 concerning radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity (PbEG L91). Based on the above-mentioned Directive and on existing national regulations, the carriage and use of this equipment without licence in the Netherlands is already permitted


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The bands are specified and the National Table of Frequency Allocations is adjusted. Two packages of frequencies have been assigned by auction


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


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Implemented by reference in the National Frequency Table and Register


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Will not be implemented


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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