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No

No decisions have been taken on the identification of bands for the use of BB-PPDR


Yes Partly

Implemented in the band 29.5-30 GHz by PTS Licence Exemption Regulations. Free circulation (carriage) de facto implemented by EU RE Directive


Committed

Ongoing preparations for a spectrum auction


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table


Yes Partly

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table and the Swedish Exemption Regulations within the frequency band 29.5-30 GHz. Some requirements in the ECC Decision are not compulsory. Free circulation de facto implemented by EU R&TTE Directive (99/5/EC)


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Yes Partly


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table and PTS Licence Exemption Regulations. Free circulation de facto implemented by EU R&TTE Directive (99/5/EC)


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table and de facto by licence conditions


Yes

According to the National Frequency Allocation Table both services are applicable. Licensing conditions follow the ECC Decision


Yes Partly

Fixed links: YES Implemented de facto by licence conditions.<br> Passive sensors (satellite): NO


Yes

Implemented by PTS Licence Exemption Regulations


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table in combination with technical licence conditions


Yes Partly

Implemented by the Swedish National Frequency Allocation Table in conjunction with PTS Licence Exempetion Regulations. Requirements for protection of RAS deviates from the Decision. Satellite downlink is governed by the ITU coordination procedures


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table Swedish and Licence Exemption Regulations. The licence exemption is not limited to ITS, but offered to all communications systems of vehichle to vehicle, vehicle to infrastrucure and infrastructure to vehicle. Free circulation de facto implemented by EU R&TTE Directive (99/5/EC)


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table


Yes

Implemented by PTS Exemption Regulations


Yes

Implemented by the Swedish Numbering Plan


Yes

Implemented also in accordance with the European Commissions Decisions (2009/766/EC amended 2011/251/EU)


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table


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Yes


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table


Yes

Implemented by PTS Exemption Regulations. The maximum effect allowed is 60 dBW e.i.r.p.


Yes

Implemented by PTS Exemption Regulations


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table and de facto by licence conditions


Yes Partly

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table and Licence Exemption Regulations. Not all requirements are mandatory. Free circulation de facto implemented by EU RE Directive)


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table and PTS Licence Exemption Regulations. Free circulation de _x00D_ facto implemented by EU R&TTE Directive (99/5/EC)


Yes Partly

Partly implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table. Free circulation de-facto implemented by EU RE Directive. The use is subject to individual licence requirements


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table and by PTS Licence Exemption Regulations


Yes


Yes Partly

The deployment of FS stations and uncoordinated FSS earth stations are not licence exempted. Free circulation de facto implemented by EU R&TTE Directive (99/5/EC)


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table and by PTS Licence Exemption Regulations in accordance with Commission Decision 2005/513/EG as amended 2007/90/EC


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table and PTS Licence Exemption Regulations


Yes

National Frequency Allocation Table available in printed form and on the PTS web site


Yes

Implemented by PTS Licence Exemption Regulations


Yes

Implemented by PTS Licence Exemption Regulations


Yes

Implemented by PTS Licence Exemption Regulations. Free circulation de facto implemented by EU R&TTE Directive (99/5/EC)


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table


Yes

De facto implemented in accordance with the European Commission decisions 2007/344/EC amended 2013/195/EU


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Under study


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The recommendations would be followed as applicable


Yes Partly

Current coordination agreements with neighbouring countries are in place since 2008. The agreements partly implement ECC REC (11)05


No

Satisfying coordination agreements with neighbouring countries are in place since 2010, no current plan to change


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The examination procedures are not implemented nor enforced by the Administration


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Yes

License for receivers not required


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table


No

Satellite terminals in the 148.0-10.05 MHz band are license exempt


Yes Partly

Satellite terminals in the 148.0-150.05 MHz band are license exempt. Free circulation de facto implemented by EU R&TTE Directive (99/5/EC)


Yes


Yes

Implemented by National Frequency Allocation Table


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table


Yes

De facto implementation by EU R&TTE Directive (99/5/EC)


Yes

Superseeded by ECC Decision 06-13 as amended and European Commission Decision 2009/766/EC amended 2011/251/EU. ECC Decision 08-08 on MCV in the 900 MHz band corresponds to Commission Decision 2010/166/EU


Yes

De facto implementation by licensing


Yes

Implemented in National Frequency Allocation Table


Yes

Implemented by the National Frequency Allocation Table. The radio frequency channel arrangements for FS in 37.0-39.5 GHz follows T/R 12-01


Yes

Certificates are issued by civil law entities


Yes

Certificates are issued by maritime authority


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