ERC REC 70-03 PDF

The CEPT Recommendation ERC/REC provides valuable information concerning: Implementation status within the EU/EEA-EFTA countries (Appendix 1);. ERC RECOMMENDATION (Tromsø and subsequent .. Note 3: Sub- bands for alarms are excluded (see ERC/REC Annex. On September 30, , the EU Electronic Communications Committee issued a new version of ERC/REC relating to the Use of Short.

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Information to facilitate the coordination frequencies for the land mobile service in the 80,and MHz bands. Additional explanations are here about the used abbreviations ec duty cycle categories.

Recognition of “Certificate of Acceptance” for equipment capable of producing radio interference.

Coordination in frontier regions of frequencies for the land mobile 70-033 in the bands between and MHz. Detailed information 70–03 also available under Wrc and Radio Interfaces on national implementation. Informative Annex covering the applications operating under general authorisation regime which are not covered by the annexes 1 to 13 of this Recommendation.

Coordination of frequencies in the land mobile service in the 80, and MHz bands. Radio microphone applications including assistive listening, device ALDwireless audio and multimedia streaming systems.

Planning parameters to assist the efficient and effective utilisation of shared frequency bands which are allocated to the Broadcasting Service television and the Land Mobile Service, using assignments which overlap a television channel Television Bands I and III only. Possible reduction in certain types of mutual interference between the broadcasting service and the mobile service.

Interim type approval, free rex and use of airborne terminal equipment of the terrestrial flight telephone systems TFTS. Long term standardisation of national numbering plans Note: Harmonised radio frequency arrangements for digital systems operating in the band The ERC Recommendation including the national implementation information is available in data format.

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Nearly harmonised means that, only a limited number of countries have not been able to implement a particular band or have introduced limited implementation. Errc Decision has an annex which is updated annually in order to respond to the technological and market developments in the area of Short Range Devices.

This means the information can be exported in csv excel format.

A common approach in the determination of the status of authorisations and licences for Satellite Personal Communications networks and services when there is a change in the satellite system ownership. Provisional recommended use of the frequency range Harmonized radio frequency channel arrangements and block allocations for low, medium and high capacity systems in the band – MHz.

Harmonized examination procedures for the general operator’s certificate GOC and the restricted operator’s certificate ROC. Harmonised examination procedures for maritime radio operator’s certificates appropriate to vessels which use the frequencies and techniques of the global maritime distress and safety system on a non-compulsory basis. Frequencies to be used by foreign ships for contact with European coast stations in the kHz band. Appendix 3 lists all information shown in the respective Annex information below the implementation matrix.

The up-to-date ERC Recommendation can be downloaded here. Based on the old type approval system – replaced by a number of free circulation decisions. PR 27 radio equipment intended to provide short range voice radiocommunication in the 27 MHz band.

Guidelines for block allocation for Fixed Wireless systems in the band Use of low power devices LPD using integral antennas and operating in harmonized frequency bands. All other related information within the same frequency range for all or the specific application e.

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Transmitter-receivers for personal use by the general public on collective frequencies in band MHz. Preferred frequency bands for fixed wireless access in the frequency range between 3 and Radio frequency channel arrangement for Fixed Service systems operating in the band Low-power radio transmitter-receivers intended to provide voice radiocommunication in the 27 MHz band PR 27 radio equipment.

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Coordination of frequencies for the land mobile service in the 80, and MHz bands and the methods to be used for assessing interference. Harmonised utilisation of spectrum for 1.

ECO Frequency Information System

Procedure for mutual recognition of type testing and type approval for radio equipment. Form of information for exchange between Administrations and between Administrations and international organisations in respect of frequency assignments.

If needed, users can also use the EFIS online translator to show the information in other languages than English already implemented for the allocations and applications in the respective frequency ranges. Low-power narrow-band telecommand and telemetry equipment for use outside the ISM frequency bands. Exchange of data between Administrations and between Administrations and international organisations relating to space systems.

Harmonised radio frequency channel arrangements rex Digital Terrestrial Fixed Systems operating in the band It also gives implicit information on the frequency bands used by Short Range Devices, which are nearly harmonised. The provision of information on the progress of implementation of the mobile satellite systems which are candidates to use the MHz and MHz MSS frequency bands. It should be noted that Appendixes 1 and 3 are representing the most red available information which ECO regularly updates.

Conditions under which land mobile radio equipments may be carried but without being operated during short journeys and stays within CEPT countries.