The Rules On The Allocation Of The Radio Spectrum Band Radio And Radio Systems Division, As Well As The Use Of The Radio Spectrum Band For General Conditions

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par radiofrekvenču spektra joslu sadalījumu radiosakaru veidiem un iedalījumu radiosakaru sistēmām, kā arī par radiofrekvenču spektra joslu izmantošanas vispārīgajiem nosacījumiem

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 276 in Riga 2005 April 19 (Mon. No 21 § 37) the rules on the allocation of the radio spectrum band radio and radio systems Division, as well as the use of the radio spectrum band in the General conditions Issued in accordance with the electronic communications law article 49 and 50 in the first part of article i. General questions 1. determines the spectrum (radio frequency) band of the distribution of the types of radio (radio service), and radio systems (annex 1) as well as radio frequency band general conditions of use (including the radio interfaces and their characteristics (annex 2) and radio frequency ranges intended for commercial activity) and the order in which use shared radio frequency allocation usage rights (annex 3).
2. The terms used in the following terms: 2.1.-radio broadcasting service, which broadcasts intended for direct reception by the public;
2.2. the broadcast satellite service – a radio service that is transmitted by the space station or relay signals intended for direct reception by the public;
2.3. via an out-of-band emission in the radio emission, or radio frequency, which directly adjoins the desired signal band. Via an out-of-band emissions are the result of modulation process, they do not include blakusizstarojum;
2.4. the authorized radio – watched or intended for radio, a radio and radio frequency sharing numeric criteria laid down in accordance with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Constitution and the Radionoteikum annexed to the Convention or the International Telecommunication Union recommendations, or the International Telecommunication Union Radionoteikumo the special agreement;
2.5. blakusizstarojum – radio frequency or radio frequency radiation exposure to be outside the desired signal level bar that can be reduced without affecting the corresponding transmission of information. Blakusizstarojum harmonisko of irradiance, include parazītisko of emissions, intermodulation products and frequency conversion, but not via an out-of-band emissions;
2.6. the fixed service-service radio communications between specific fixed points;
2.7. the fixed satellite service – a radio communications service between Earth stations at certain locations, the use of one or more satellites. Certain areas may be designated a fixed point or you can use any fixed point in designated areas. In some cases, this service includes lines from satellite to satellite, you can also use the starpsatelīt service. Fixed satellite service may also include fīderlīnij for other space communication services;
2.8. the distribution of band-band record frequency allocation table to it, subject to specific conditions, to use more land or space radio communications services or radio service;
2.9. air shipping mobile services-mobile service communications between the air shipping stations and aircraft stations or between aircraft stations. It is also part of the lifeboat station and the location of the emergency locator beacons of radio stations;
2.10. air shipping mobile (OR) service-air shipping mobile service for communication mostly outside the national or international civil air routes;
2.11. air shipping mobile (R) service-air shipping mobile service for flight safety and regular communication of intended mainly for the national context and in international civil air route;
2.12. air shipping services-radio navigation services for aircraft and their safe operation;
2.13. ending power (radio)-medium capacity that the transmitter the transmission under normal working conditions the antenna feeders in one RF modulation envelope excursion maximum period;
2.14. the universe of work service-radio service which only linked to space vessels and intended for communication in space, the universe, and for remote telemetry into space;
2.15. the space research service-radio service to vessels or other space objects in outer space, used for scientific or technological studies;
2.16. the space radio – radio communications, which uses one or more space stations, or one or more reflective satellites or other objects in space;
2.17. space station – a station installed on the object that is to be located or who have been outside the Earth's atmosphere the main parts;
2.18. maritime mobile services-mobile radio service communications between coastal stations and terminals or between terminals or between related communication systems on board, rescue stations and emergency position-indicating radio beacons for;
2.19. maritime radionavigation service – a radio service for ships and their safe operation;
2.20. the meteorological support services, radio services, meteorological used (including hydrologic) observations and research;
2.21. the satellite meteorological service-Earth exploration satellite service meteorology;
2.22. mobile station-mobile service station for use in motion or not stopping places;
2.23. Mobile Service-service radio communications between mobile and terrestrial radio stations, or between mobile stations;
2.24. mobile satellite service – a radio communications service between a mobile earth station and one or more space stations, or between space stations, or between mobile earth stations with one or more of the space station. This service may also include fīderlīnij to its activities;
2.25. medium power (radio)-average power that the transmitter the transmission aerial feeders in one radio frequency period (without modulation);
2.26. Suppression of radio interference suppression, the residue, the level of which is higher than the permitted radio set, but two or more administrations agreed without damage to other administrations;
2.27. the amateur radio service, radio communication service pašizglītošan, interaction and technical studies carried out by amateur radio (authorised persons, linked by radiotehnik and not material interest in radio service);
2.28. amateur radio station-radio station in the amateur radio service;
2.29. amateur radio satellite service-a radiocommunication service that uses the space station and Earth Satellites (satellites) for the same purposes as the amateur radio service;
2.30. radio astronomy – astronomy, space based radio reception of origin;
2.31. the radio astronomy service – service, associated with the use of radio astronomy;
2.32. the radio frequency or radio frequency channel allocation-RF channel frequency allocation table entries to, under certain circumstances, one or more of the Administration's use of Earth or space radio services in one or more of the specific countries or geographical areas;
2.33. radar – radionoteikšan, used for purposes other than radio;
2.34. the radiolocation service, radionoteikšan, which provided radar;
2.35. the radio-navigation used radionoteikšan, including warning of obstacles;
2.36. radio navigation service-radionoteikšan services for radio;
2.37. radionoteikšan-the object's location, speed and/or other object that describes the properties or message about these properties using radio waves propagation particularities;
2.38. radio-electronic communications using radio waves;
2.39. the radio service – services related to radio broadcasting, the transmitter and/or reception of certain electronic communications purposes. If these rules are not saying otherwise, any radio service apply to ground radio communications;
2.40. radio-one irradiance or inducēšan, or more emission or inducēšano combination, causing undesirable effects on the reception of the radio system, which manifests as any loss of performance, the erroneous interpretation of information or loss, which could be avoided if such unwanted energy would not be;
2.41. the radio waves (the Hertz waves) – electromagnetic waves with a loosely defined radio, less than 3000 GHz, which is radiated in space without artificial guide;
2.42. the terrestrial mobile service-mobile radio service in communications between base stations and mobile stations or on land between the land mobile stations;
2.43. land mobile satellite service – mobile satellite radio service, which mobile earth stations are located on land;
2.44. standard frequency and time signal service-radio service for scientific, technical and other purposes, which provides a specific radio frequency and/or time signal transmission with high precision, intended for general reception;

2.45. standard frequency and time signal satellite service-a radiocommunication service that uses the Earth's satellites placed in space stations for the same purposes as the standard radio frequency and time signal service. This service can also include it in fīderlīnij activity;
2.46. starpsatelīt Service-service radio communications between the artificial Earth satellites;
2.47. medium power (radio)-medium capacity that the transmitter the transmission under normal working conditions the antenna feeders at a time interval that is long enough, compared with the lowest frequency modulating;
2.48. Earth exploration satellite service – a radio communications service between Earth stations and one or more space stations that collect information connected with the land and its natural phenomena (including data on the State of the environment). This can include a line between space stations, as well as the fīderlīnij of the activity;
2.49. Earth radio-radio, not any space radiocommunication or radio astronomy;
2.50. Earth station – a station located on the ground or the Earth's atmosphere in the main part and for communication with one or more space stations, or with one or more other stations of the same type, using one or more of the reflective satellites or other objects in space.
3. abbreviations used in the provisions 3.1.5.xxx — International Telecommunication Union Radionoteikum notes number;
3.2. the ACC (area control center), district controller (air shipping);
3.3. Aero-SAR (Search for Aeronautical Carrier Frequenc and rescue operations) – air shipping carrier communications between mobile stations for search and rescue operations;
3.4. Aga (Air Ground Air) – communication mode "air-ground-air". Way of communication between mobile stations emergency services block of mobile radio systems;
3.5. the AIS (Automatic Identification System, Universal Shipborn) – universal automatic identification system for ships;
3.6. AM-amplitude modulation;
3.7. The APP (Approach control Office or approach control service) – access to the controller, or the controller access service (air shipping);
3.8 S-protection systems (Government communications system, national defence and security needs);
3.9. CB (Citizens Band radio)-radio communications staff of 27 MHz range;
3.10. Cdma (Code Division multiple access) – koddal's multiple access;
3.11. The CEPT (European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administration) – European postal and telecommunications administrations Conference;
3.12. Bake T/R ##-ERC recommendations no. CEPT T/R ##. Such numbering existed until 1994;
3.13. CR (Central radio station (of FWA system))-Central Station (fixed wireless access system);
3.14. The CS-civil radio communication systems (radio system that there is no protection system (s));
3.15. CT1; CT2 (cell phone), phone;
3.16. The DCS 1800 (Digital Cellular system at 1800 MHz) – digital cellular communications system 1800 MHz (GSM 1800) in the range;
3.17. DECEMBER (Decision) – decision;
3.18. Dect (Digital European Cordless Telecommunications System) – a European Digital Cordless Telecommunications System;
3.19. Dgps (Differential GPS) – differential GPS. System GPS precision improvement;
3.20. Dme (distance Measuring equipment), distance measuring equipment;
3.21. Dmo (direct mode Operation) – direct communication mode. Direct communications between mobile stations of mobile radio block system;
3.22. Drive (Dedicated Road infrastructure for vehicles Safety in Europe (CEC project))-road infrastructure transport safety in Europe (European Community);
3.23. DSC (Digital Selective Calling) – digital selective call;
3.24. DS (Detailed spectrum Investigation)-a detailed study of the spectrum;
3.25. DVB-T (Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial)-terrestrial digital television broadcasting system;
3.26. The ECC (Electronic Communications Committee (former ERC – European Radiocommunications Committee)) — the electronic communications Committee (ERC – European Radiocommunications Committee);
3.27. ECTEL (European telecommunications and Professional Electronics Industry) — the European telecommunications and professional electronics industry;
3.28. The E-GSM (GSM Extension (band at 900 MHz))-GSM (bar) extension (900 MHz range);
EIRP equivalent isotropic-3.29. radiated power (power supplied to the antenna multiplied by the antenna gain in a given direction relative to an isotropic antenna);
EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) 3.30.-electromagnetic compatibility;
3.31. the ENG (Electronic News Gathering)-electronic news gathering;
3.32. the EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon)-beacon that indicates the location of the emergency;
3.33. the ERC (European Radiocommunications Committee (now the ECC – Electronic Communications Committee)) – the European Radiocommunications Committee (now the ECC – electronic communications Committee);
3.34. Ermes (European radio Messaging system) – the European radio messaging system (paging);
3.35. the ERO (European Radiocommunications Office) – the European Radiocommunications Office;
3.36. ERP-effective radiated power in a certain direction (of the power supplied to the antenna multiplied by the antenna gain in a given direction relative to a Dipole: means);
3.37. Etno (European public telecommunications network operators association) – a European public telecommunications network operators Association;
3.38. Eutelsat (European Telecommunications Satellite Organisation), the European Telecommunications Satellite Organization;
3.39. EUTELTRAC (EUTELSAT transport Wide-ranging and Communication Service), the European Telecommunications Satellite Organization positioning and communications service;
3.40. FB (Base Station)-mobile base station;
3.41. FDD (Frequency Division Duplex) – frekvenčdal-duplex;
3.42. FDM (Frequency Division multiple access) – frekvenčdal's multiple access;
FM (Frequency Modulation) 3.43.-frequency modulation;
3.44. FPLMT (future Public Land mobile telecommunications system) – the future public land mobile telecommunication systems (now-IMT 2000);
3.45. Fwa (Fixed wireless access)-fixed wireless access;
3.46. Gmdss (Global maritime distress and Safety System) – the global shipping of distress and safety communications system;
3.47. Gnss (Global Navigation Satellite System), the global navigation satellite system;
3.48. GP (glide path)-approach;
3.49. the GPS (Global Positioning System)-global positioning system;
3.50. The GSM (Global System for mobile communications), global system for mobile communications (one of the cellular radio systems);
3.51. The GSM-R (GSM for railways)-GSM standard mobile communications system for the railways;
3.52. HAP (High altitude Platform Station)-high altitude platform stations;
3.53. HDF (High Density Fixed systems) – high concentration fixed radio systems;
3.54. HDTV (High Definition Television) – high definition television;
3.37. HIPERLAN (High performance Local area network)-a high-performance local area network;
3.56. Ils (Instrumental landing system) – an instrumental landing system;
3.57. Imt-2000 (International mobile telecommunications)-international mobile telecommunications;
3.58. Inmarsat (International Mobile Satellite Organisation), the International Mobile Satellite Organization;
3.59. ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical Applications (of radio))-radio industry, use in science and medicine;
3.60. The ITU (International Telecommunication Union) – International Telecommunication Union;
3.61. Itu-R (International Telecommunication Union-Radiocommunications Sector) – International Telecommunication Union radiocommunication sector;
3.62. The I-Z Universe – Earth. The direction of transmission space communications;
3.63. JMD-maritime mobile radio service;
3.64. LAN (Local area network)-a local area network;
3.65. Mids (Multifunctional Information Distribution System) – multifunctional information distribution system;
3.66. ML (mobile station) – mobile station;
3.67. MMQ (Multipoint Multichannel Distribution System)-multipoint multichannel distribution system;
3.68. MS (Meteor Scatter Application) – communications via radio waves from striking the meteorite trail;
3.69. Msi (Maritime Safety Information) – maritime safety information;
3.70. The MSI-HF (High seas Maritime Safety Information) – high seas maritime safety information;
3.71. SPARTAK (multipoint video Distribution System), multipoint distribution television signal system;
3.72. Mws (multimedia wireless system) – a multimedia wireless communication system;
3.73. The NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation)-the North Atlantic Treaty Organization;
3.74. NAVTEX (Narrow-band direct-printing telegraphy system for transmission of navigational and information support and urgent warning to ships)-tiešdruk system of telegraphy narrowband shipping, meteorological warnings and urgent information to ships to transmit;
3.75.-COM NBDP (Narrow-band direct-printing communications)-tiešdruk of the narrowband communication telegraphy;
3.76. the NJF (NATO joint Frequency agreement)-the North Atlantic Treaty Organization total frequency;
3.77. OB (outside Broadcasting)-ārpusstudij broadcast;

3.78. OR (Off-route), outside of the track. The sign indicates that use of the service outside of the limited civil air routes;
3.79 PAMR (Public access mobile radio)-public access mobile radio system;
3.80. the PMP (point to multi point) – means "point-multipoint". Fixed radio systems configuration;
3.81. The PMR (Professional mobile radio (self-provided, self-used, or in the closed user group mobile radio systems))-professional mobile radio system (mobile radio system to a closed user group – private electronic communications networks);
3.82.446 PMR (private mobile radio, 446 MHz band at)-private mobile radio system 446 MHz band;
3.83. The PPA (point to point)-means "point-point". Fixed radio systems configuration;
3.84. PR27 (Personal radio at 27 MHz band) – radio communications staff of 27 MHz range;
3.85. R (route) – route. A sign indicates that the use of the service is limited to civilian air traffic routes;
3.86. REC (Recommendations) – recommendation;
3.87. Res (Resolution (of the ITU Conference)), resolution (in the Conference). Resolution published in the Conference final;
3.88. RFID (Radio Frequency Identification devices) – radio identification;
3.89. RLANS (radio Local area network), wireless local area network;
3.90. RO (receive Only Earth Station) – a satellite earth station, intended only for reception;
3.73. RR (Radio Regulations annexed to the Constitution and Convention of the International Telecommunication Union), the International Telecommunication Union Constitution and the Radionoteikum annexed to the Convention;
3.92. RR AROUND (the radio regulations Appendix)-Radionoteikum a;
3.93. RRL Radiorelejlīnij (radio link)-fixed radio systems;
3.94. RTP-COM (radio Telephony communications)-radiotelephone communications;
3.95. the R% AMP% TTE (Road transport and Traffic Telematic Systems) – road transport and traffic telematics systems (telecommunications and data-processing and automation systems for road transport).
3.98. SABS (Ancillary services to Broadcasting) broadcasting support services;
3.97. SAP (service Ancillary to programme Making)-support (broadcast) programming;
3.98. S-DAB (satellite Digital Audio Broadcasting) — satellite digital sound broadcast system;
3.99. Sit (satellite interactive Terminal)-satellite interactive Terminal;
3100. SNG (Satellite News Gathering) – satellite news gathering;
3.101. S-PCs (Personal communications satellite system)-satellite personal communications system;
3.102. SRD (short range devices) — short-range devices;
3.103. SRR (short range Radar (automotive)) – the short-range radar in road transport;
3.104. SSR (Secondary-surveilanc radar) – secondary surveillance radar;
3.105. SU (satellite User Terminal) – satellite user terminal;
3.106. TACAN (Tactical Air Navigation System), tactical air navigation system;
3.107. The TAP (Tetra Advanced packet service) – the Tetra enhanced packet transmission services;
3.108. T-DAB (Terrestrial Digital Audio Broadcasting)-terrestrial digital sound broadcasting system;
3.109. TDD (time Division Duplex)-time division duplex of;
3.110. Tetra (trans European Trunked Radio. Terrestrial Trunked Radio) – the European block's radio system. The block of land radio system;
3.111 Tetra Emergency (trans European Trunked Radio system for the Emergency Services) – the European block's radio system emergency services;
3.112. Tfts (Terrestrial flight telephone system)-Earth flight phone system;
3.113. TS (Terminal station (of FWA system)) – terminālstacij (fixed wireless access system);
3.114. Umts (Universal mobile telecommunications system), universal mobile telecommunications system;
3.115. the UTR (UMTS Terrestrial radio access)-UMTS terrestrial radio access;
3.116. VHF (Very High Frequency Band)-meter wavelength range;
3.117. VHF-CH # (Channel # for maritime mobile services in the VHF band)-meter wavelength range Channel Marine mobile service. The symbol # is used instead of the appropriate channel number;
2682. VOR (VHF Omnidirectional radio range)-the direction of the waves of meters beacons;
5,907. Vsat (Very Small Aperture Terminal) satellite terminal with very small antenna aperture;
3.120. the WRC (World Radiocommunications Conference)-World Radiocommunication Conference;
3121. Z-I-Earth-Space. The direction of transmission space communications.
4. Using the radio frequency set out in these rules, the international service for sharing the distribution requirements.
5. using inductive short-range devices (for example, vehicle anti-theft system, telemetry equipment, remote control) is not binding on the radio frequency allocation for radio set out in table form (service) distribution.
II. Primary and secondary services 6. If the radio band is designed for more than one service, the radio frequency band usage is determined by dividing the priority services in primary and secondary services according to the frequency allocation table. The primary service frequency allocation table contains uppercase letters, but the secondary service – with lowercase letters.
7. Radio band use priority service category-primary or secondary. Service order does not indicate the use of radio bandwidth priority.
8. Additional conditions for the distribution of the services specified in the capitals concerned immediately after the service (for example, mobile, except for air shipping mobile). If the service is an addition in parentheses in the table, it indicates that the service limits the specified type of activity and time.
9. the secondary service stations may not cause harmful interference to existing or planned radio stations and primary services may not require a primary service stations protection from harmful radio interference.
10. The secondary service stations may request protection from the harmful radio interference from the same or another secondary service stations.
III. the radio interfaces and parameters 11. Radio interface defines the basic parameters for efficient and harmonised use of radio spectrum without harmful radio interference.
IV. Shared use of radio authorization grant 12. Shared radio frequency allocation use permit (hereinafter permit) gives you the right to install and use of radio equipment, which is affiliated with radio equipment specified in the authorization groups and works in certain frequency bands sharing or radio channels subject to licence and regulations specify the General technical requirements, as well as the harmonisation of radio spectrum use conditions and restrictions. In the permit sharing of radio frequency bands or frequency channels allowed to engage in commercial activities, the public service Commission for the regulation of the radio spectrum usage rights.
13. Radio equipment that are installed and used in accordance with the authorization, and not of a public electronic communication systems are not protected against harmful radio interference, and they may not cause harmful interference.
14. in accordance with the conditions of the authorisation and use of radio equipment fitted to radio interference suppression shall be deemed authorized or tolerated interference, and the application of it is not being considered. To reduce the possible impact of the disturbance, the owner, possessor of the radio equipment, the user or the electronic communications operator select an appropriate technical solution, optimizes the placement of radio equipment and uses the object within the natural characteristics.
15. conformity of radio equipment shall be certified in accordance with the laws and regulations on conformity assessment of radio equipment.
V. concluding questions 16. Radio equipment which is not intended for future use of the frequency allocation table, used to this radio equipment amortization period.
17. The provisions of annex 1 225.5. case in point, the use of radio voice transmission limited to equipment purchased up to 30 September 2006.
18. This provision of the annex 1, 231.2.230.5 and 232.6. the deadline laid down in the radio frequency band Division of broadband digital systems are valid until January 1, 2006. After the specified date the band into narrowband systems.
19. The provisions of annex 1, 236.3 and 237.3 235.4. the deadline laid down in the radio frequency band breakdown and CT1 CT2 cordless telephone system is in force until 1 June 2005. Specified radio equipment allowed the use of 1 January 2008 and limited to the radio equipment that have until 1 June 2005.
20. The provisions of annex 1, 281.1 280.1., 282.1. and in specified 283.1 band breakdown MMQ systems in force on 1 January 2008. By 1 January 2008, the entry into force of annex 1 of these provisions, 281.2.280.2 282.2 283.2., and the band in point breakdown of UMTS/IMT-2000 systems.
21. This provision of the annex 1 325.2. and 326.2. the deadline laid down in the radio frequency band Division of analog RRL is valid until 28 January 2006.

22. The provisions of annex 1, 336.4 338.2. and in specified 339.2 band breakdown of RRL is limited to the radio equipment that have up to 1 January 2003.
23. This provision of the annex 1 345.2. the band in point breakdown MMQ systems is limited to the radio equipment fitted to 1 January 2000.
24. The provisions of annex 1, and in 440.8 440.7 down distribution of the band amateur radio is in effect until January 1, 2006.
25. This provision of the annex 1 278.3 in 277.4. and down the use of radio equipment RLANS outdoors, as well as a public electronic communications network access points in rooms from January 1, 2006 is permitted without electronic communications Directorate issued radio frequency allocation usage permissions.
Informative reference to directives of the European Union and international frequencies regulatory legislation (the documents) regulations 1 included legal provisions arising from: 1) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 1999, Directive 1999/5/EC;
2) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 March 2002 Directive 2002/21/EC;
3) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 March 2002 decision No 676/2002/EC, the requirements for the Member States to promote the harmonisation of use of radio frequencies across the community.
2. Frequency allocation table contains the following recommendations: 1) ITU-R BT. 470-the traditional television system;
2) ITU-R f. 283-RF channel programming low and medium-capacity analog or digital radiorelejsistēm that uses 2 GHz range;
3) ITU-R f. 385 – radio frequency channel scheduling radiorelejsistēm that uses 7 GHz range;
4) ITU-R f. 386-radio frequency channel design of medium and high capacity for analog or digital radiorelejsistēm that uses 8 GHz range;
5) ITU-R f. 387-radio frequency channel design that uses radiorelejsistēm 11 GHz range;
6) ITU-R f. 636 – radio frequency channel scheduling radiorelejsistēm that uses 15 GHz range;
7) ITU-R f. 637 – radio frequency channel scheduling radiorelejsistēm which uses the 23 GHz range;
8) ITU-R f. 701 – radio frequency channel scheduling analog and digital point-multipoint radio system that uses radio frequency bands from 1,350-2,690 GHz;
9) ITU-R m. 1174 – communication on board ships to use radio frequency bands between 470 MHz and 440 MHz technical specification.
3. Frequency allocation table includes European postal and Telecommunications Administration Conference (hereinafter the CEPT) decisions and recommendations: 1) bake T/R 02-02 – harmonized spectrum bands for emergency services;
2) bake T/R 12-01-harmonised radio frequency channel design of analog and digital terrestrial fixed systems that use 37-39.5 GHz band;
3) CEPT T/R 13-01 – the recommended channel design for fixed service in the band 1-3 GHz;
4) bake T/R 13-02 – the recommended channel layout fixed service-29.5 GHz band 22.0;
5) CEPT T/R 20-08-GSM system frequency planning and coordination of radio frequencies;
CEPT T/R 6) 20-09-PR 27 equipment intended for short-range radio 27 MHz the voice bar;
CEPT T/R 7) 22-01-radio waves, which are adapted to international rail Division;
CEPT T/R 8) 22-05-RF digital mobile radio communication system of the block;
CEPT T/R 9), 22-06-harmonised frequency band high performance local area networks in the 5 GHz (HIPERLAN) and 17 GHz ranges;
10) bake T/R 22-07 – radio frequency bands, the planning and coordination of the DCS 1800 standard systems;
11) CEPT T/R 25-08-land mobile radio service planning and coordination, 29.7-960 MHz band;
12) bake T/R 25-09 – radio frequency 900 MHz band, the determination of the railways;
CEPT T/R 13) 32-02-radio frequency communication on board ships;
14) bake T/R 61-01-CEPT amateur radio licence;
15) bake T/R 61-02-harmonised amateur radio examination certificate;
ECC/DEC 16)/(01) 01-ECC 15 November 2001 decision on the 900 MHz analog CT1 and CT1 + Cordless range of phasing out the use of the telephone;
17) ECC/DEC/(01) 02 – ECC 15 November 2001 decision on the 900 MHz range of digital cordless phones use the CT2 phasing out;
18) ECC/DEC/(06) 01-ECC 2002 March 15 decision on radio frequency bands, which are detectable in road transport and traffic telematics (the R% AMP% TTE) for the coordinated introduction of the system;
19) ECC/DEC/(02) 03 – ECC 15 March 2002 decision on the availability of radio frequency band 400 MHz range of narrowband digital land mobile PMR/PAMR systems;
ECC/DEC 20)/(02) 04 – ECC 15 March 2002 of the 40.5-42.5 GHz-decision on the use of radio frequencies to the ground (fixed service and broadcasting service) systems and coordinated Earth stations in the fixed satellite service and the broadcasting satellite service (Space-Earth);
ECC/DEC/21) (02) 05-ECC, July 5, 2002 decision on the radio frequency band and their availability for rail communication systems-880 MHz and 921-876 925 MHz frequency bands;
ECC/DEC/22) (02) 06-ECC 15 November 2002 decision on the 2500-2690 MHz frequency band for UMTS/IMT determination 2000 communications systems;
ECC/DEC/23) (02) 07-ECC 15 November 2002 decision on the 1670-1675 MHz and 1800-1805 MHz band and the ERC decision ERC/DEC (92) 01 "decision on radio frequency bands, which are detectable in the ground a flight for the coordinated introduction of the phone";
ECC/DEC/24) (02) 08-ECC 15 November 2002 decision on the satellite user terminal (SU), operating in the bands 1525-1559 radio MHz (Space-Earth) and 1626,5 – 1660,5 MHz (Earth-Space), free movement in the country, expanding the CEPT decision ERC/DEC/(95) 01 scope;
ECC/DEC 25)/(02) 09-ECC 15 November 2002 decision on the railway communication system GSM-R mobile terminal operating in 876-880 MHz and 921-925 MHz frequency bands, free movement and use bake countries, extending decision ERC/DEC/(95) 01 scope;
26) ECC/DEC/(02) 10-15, 2002 ECC November decision on railway communication system GSM-R mobile terminal operating in 876-880 MHz and 921-925 MHz frequency bands, the release of individual permissions;
27) ECC/DEC/(02) 11-15, 2002 ECC November decision on land mobile satellite communications terminal equipment of the user (SU), operating in the bands 1525-1559 radio MHz (Space-Earth) and 1626,5 – 1660,5 MHz (Earth-Space), the release of individual permissions;
28) ECC/DEC/(06) 02 – ECC 2003 17 October on 1479,5-1492 MHz frequency band detection satellite digital sound broadcast system use;
29) ECC/DEC/(06) 04 – ECC 2003 17 October for the satellite terminal with a very small antenna aperture (VSAT), which operates the radio bands-14,50 14,25 GHz (Earth-Space) and 10,70-11.70 GHz (Space-Earth), the release of individual permissions;
ECC/DEC/30) (03) 05-17 2003, ECC October decision on frequency allocation and utilization of the national table for publication;
ECC/DEC/31) (04) 01-ECC of 19 March 2004 decision on the avalanche victim locating use short-range devices operating in harmonized 457 kHz radio frequency RF, technical specifications and the release of individual permissions;
32) ECC/DEC/(04) 02 – ECC of 19 March 2004 decision on 433,050 – 434,790 MHz band running different applications for short-range devices (Non-specific short range devices), except the sound signal transmission and voice communication devices to use radio frequencies, harmonized technical specifications and the release of individual permissions;
33) ECC/DEC/(06) 03 – ECC of 19 March 2004 decision on the 77-81 GHz radio frequency bands, to be determined for the short-range radar in road transport;
34) ECC/DEC/(06) 06-ECC of 19 March 2004 decision on the availability of the frequency bands for broadband digital land mobile PMR/PAMR systems 400 MHz and 800/900 MHz ranges;
ECC/REC/35) (01) 04 – recommendations for multimedia wireless systems (MWS) 40.5-43.5 GHz band for the implementation;
ECC/REC/36) (02) 02-Channel programming on the digital service, fixed systems (point-point and point-multipoint) used 31-31.3 GHz bands;
ECC/REC/37) (02) 06-the recommended channel programming on the digital service, fixed systems that use 7125-8500 MHz band;
ECC/REC/38) (02) 10-spectrum harmonised use of TDD 1.28 MCPs UTR in connection with decision ERC/DEC (99) 25;
ERC/DEC/39) (00) 01-> 28 March 2000 decision on frequency bands ground a universal mobile telecommunications system (UMTS), extending decision ERC/DEC (97) 07;
ERC/DEC/40) (00) 02-HEARTS of 27 March 2000 decision on the 37.5-40.5 GHz band for fixed service use and land stations in the fixed satellite service (Space-Earth);
ERC/DEC/41) (00) 03 – HEARTS of 27 March 2000 decision on the satellite interactive Terminal (sit), which operate in the band 10.7-12.75 GHz (Space-Earth) and 29.5-30.0 GHz (Earth-Space), the release of individual permissions;

ERC/DEC/42) (00) 04-HEARTS of 27 March 2000 decision on the satellite user terminal (SU), operating in the bands 19.7-20.2 frequency GHz (Space-Earth) and 29.5-30.0 GHz (Earth-Space), the release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/43) (00) 05-HEARTS of 27 March 2000 decision on the satellite terminal with a very small antenna aperture (VSAT), which operates in the frequency band 14.0-14,25 GHz (Earth-Space) and 12.5-12,75 GHz (Space-Earth), the release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/44) (00) 06-ERC 2000 19 October for IMT-2000 terrestrial and satellite mobile VSAT licensing, global movement and use;
ERC/DEC/45) (00) 07-HEARTS of 19 October 2000 decision on 17,7 – 19,7 GHz radio frequency band sharing the fixed service and fixed-satellite service (Space-Earth) ground stations;
ERC/DEC/46) (00) 08-ERC 2000 19 October on the 10.7-12.5 GHz frequency band to the fixed service stations and broadcasting satellite service and the fixed-satellite service (Space-Earth) ground stations;
ERC/DEC/47) (00) 09-HEARTS of 19 October 2000, the 27.5-29.5 GHz-decision on the use of radio frequencies in the fixed service and coordinated Earth stations in the fixed-satellite service (Earth-Space);
ERC/DEC/48) (01) 01-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on 6765-6795 13,553-13,567 kHz and MHz radio bands running different applications for short-range devices (Non-specific short range devices) harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/49) (01) 02-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on 26,957-27,283 MHz radio band running different applications for short-range devices (Non-specific short range devices) harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/50) (01) 03 – HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision of 40,660-40,700 MHz band running different applications for short-range devices (Non-specific short range devices) harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/51) (01) 04-HEARTS on 12 March 2001 the decision on 868,0 – 868,7 – 869,2 MHz 868,6 MHz 869,4-869,65 MHz, and 869,7 – 870,0 MHz radio frequency bands the use of different operating the short-range devices (Non-specific short range devices) harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
52) HEARTS (01)/DEC/05-> 12 March 2001 decision on the 2400-2483,5 MHz band running different applications for short-range devices (Non-specific short range devices) harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/53) (01) 06-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on 5725-5875 MHz band running different applications for short-range devices (Non-specific short range devices) harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/54) (01) 07-HEARTS of 12 March 2001 on the 2400-2483,5 MHz decision band operating in the short-range wireless local area networks (RLANS) harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
55) HEARTS (01)/DEC/08-> 12 March 2001 decision on the 2400-2483,5 MHz radio band operating in the short-range motion sensors and alarm devices for radio frequencies, harmonized technical specifications and the release of individual permissions;
56) HEARTS (01)/DEC/09-HEARTS on 12 March 2001 the decision on 868,60 – 868,7 – 869,3 MHz and 869,25 MHz – 869,7 MHz radio 869,65 bands running short-range alarm equipment radio frequencies, harmonized technical specifications and the release of individual permissions;
57) HEARTS (01)/DEC/10-ERC 12 March 2001 decision of 26.995 MHz, MHz, 27.095 MHz 27.145 27.045 MHz and radio operating in the 27.195 MHz short-range model of harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
58) HEARTS (01)/DEC/11-HEARTS of 12 March 2001 decision on 34,995-35,225 MHz radio band operating in the short-range model of harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
59) HEARTS (01)/DEC/12-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on 40.665 MHz, MHz, and 40.695 40.675 MHz radio frequency 40.685 MHz operating in the short-range model of harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/60) (01) 13-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on 9-kHz-60,250 59,750 59,750 kHz-70 kHz 60,250, 70-119 and 119-135 kHz kHz frequency bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
61) HEARTS (01)/DEC/14-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on 6765-6795 13,553-13,567 kHz and MHz radio bands running short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/62) (01) 15-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on the 7400-8800 kHz band operating in the short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/63) (01) 16-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on 26,957-27,283 MHz radio band operating in the short-range inductive equipment harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC 64)/(01) 17-ERC 12 March 2001 decision on the 402-405 MHz band running especially low-power active medical implant harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/65) (01) 18-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on 863 – 865 MHz operating band short-range wireless audio transmission of harmonized technical parameters of the radio frequencies, and the release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/66) (01) 19-HEARTS on 12 March 2001 the decision on radio frequency bands, which are detectable in direct communication (DMO) emergency services in terrestrial digital mobile communication systems;
ERC/DEC/67) (01) ERC – 12 March 2001 the decision on radio frequency bands, which are detectable in air-ground-air communications (AG) emergency services in terrestrial digital mobile communication systems;
68) HEARTS (01)/DEC/21-HEARTS 12 March 2001 the decision on radio frequency bands, which are detectable in direct communication (DMO) in digital mobile communication systems;
ERC/DEC/69) (01) 22 – HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on SpaceChecker S-SMS mobile terminal equipment of users of release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/70) (01) 23-HEARTS 12 March 2001 decision on SpaceChecker S-SMS mobile users free movement of terminal equipment and use bake the Member States, extending decision ERC/DEC (95) 01 scope;
ERC/DEC/71) (01) 24-> 12 March 2001 decision on the Thuraya user mobile free movement of terminal equipment and use bake the Member States, extending decision ERC/DEC (95) 01 scope;
ERC/DEC/72) (01)-HEARTS 25 12 March 2001 decision on the Thuraya mobile terminal equipment of users of release of individual permissions;
73) the ERC/DEC/(94) 01-> 24 October 1994 decision on the frequency bands designated for the coordinated the determination which the European digital communication system GSM implementation;
ERC/DEC/74) (94) 03 – HEARTS 24 October 1994 decision on radio frequency bands, which are detectable for the coordinated European Digital Cordless Telecommunication (DECT) system implementation;
ERC/DEC/75) (95) 01-HEARTS 1 December 1995 decision on the free circulation of radio equipment to bake in the Member States;
ERC/DEC/76) (95) 03 – HEARTS 1 December 1995 decision on radio frequency bands, which are detectable for the coordinated introduction of DCS 1800 (digital cellular communications system in the 1800 MHz band);
ERC/DEC/77) (96) 01-HEARTS of 7 March 1996 decision on the harmonised frequency band be determined for terrestrial digital mobile communications system, the emergency services;
ERC/DEC/78) (96) 02-HEARTS of 7 March 1996 decision on harmonised radio frequency band to be determined for the CEPT PR 27 radio equipment and technical equipment for the implementation of the standard;
ERC/DEC/79) (96) 04-HEARTS of 7 March 1996 decision on radio frequency bands of the European block radio system (Tetra) implementation;
80) HEARTS/DEC/(97) 02-HEARTS of 21 March 1997 decision on the extended RF bands to use European digital communication system GSM;
ERC/DEC/81) (97) 03 – HEARTS of 30 June 1997 decision on the harmonised use of radio spectrum in the satellite personal communications systems (S-PCs) operating in 1610-1626,5 MHz-2483,5 MHz, 2500 MHz and 2170, 1980-2010 – 2200 MHz radio frequency bands;

82) HEARTS/DEC/(97) 07-HEARTS of 30 June 1997 decision on transitional conditions fixed and mobile satellite service 1980-2010 MHz and 2170-2200 MHz frequency bands to promote satellite personal communications services implementation and development of harmonised;
83) HEARTS/DEC/(97) 07-HEARTS of 30 June 1997 decision on satellite personal communications systems (S-PCs), mobile earth stations operating in the 1610-1626,5 MHz-2483,5 MHz, 2500 MHz and 2170, 1980-2010 – 2200 MHz radio frequency bands, free movement, use and licensing of the FRY;
84) HEARTS/DEC/(97) 07-HEARTS of 30 June 1997 decision on harmonised frequency band be determined municipal alarm systems;
85) HEARTS/DEC/(97) 07-HEARTS of 30 June 1997 decision on radio frequency bands, universal mobile telecommunications system (UMTS) implementation;
86) HEARTS/DEC/(97) 11-HEARTS 5 December 1997 decision on the DCS 1800 mobile free movement of terminal equipment and use bake the Member States, extending decision ERC/DEC/(95) 01 scope;
ERC/DEC/87) (98) 01-HEARTS of 20 March 1998 the decision on INMARSAT-D free movement of terminal equipment and use bake the Member States, extending decision ERC/DEC/(95) 01 scope;
ERC/DEC/88) (98) 02-HEARTS of 20 March 1998 decision on the INMARSAT telephone (also known as Inmarsat mini M) free movement of terminal equipment and use bake the Member States, extending decision ERC/DEC/(95) 01 scope;
ERC/DEC/89) (98) 03 – HEARTS of 20 March 1998 the decision on EMU-PROD you free movement of terminal equipment and use bake the Member States, extending decision ERC/DEC/(95) 01 scope;
ERC/DEC/90) (98) 04-HEARTS of 20 March 1998 the decision on EMU-MSS are free movement of terminal equipment and use bake the Member States, extending decision ERC/DEC/(95) 01 scope;
ERC/DEC/91) (98) 11-HEARTS of 23 November 1998 decision on harmonised radio frequency band to be determined for the CEPT PR 27 radio equipment and technical equipment for the implementation of the standard;
ERC/DEC 92)/ERC (98) 12-23 November 1998 decision on land mobile communications to use the Inmarsat-D Terminal release from individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/93) (98) 13-ERC 1998 decision on 23 November land mobile communications to use the Inmarsat C terminal release from individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/94) (98) 14-ERC 1998 decision on 23 November land mobile communications to use the INMARSAT-M terminal release from individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/95) (98) 15-HEARTS 1998 decision on 23 November Euteltrac the system will release from Terminal Omnitrac individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/96) (98) 16-> 1998 decision on 23 November 27 release CEPT PR radio equipment from individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/97) (98) 17-ERC decision on a case of Terminal ARCANE release from individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/98) (98) 18-ERC 1998 decision on 23 November land mobile communications to use the EMS-PROD release from terminal a to the individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/99) (98) 19-HEARTS of 23 November 1998, the decision on the land mobile communications to use the EM-you release from the Terminal MSS individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/100) (98) 20-ERC 1998 decision of 23 November on the GSM mobile terminal release from individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/101) (98) 21-ERC 1998 decision on 23 November DCS 1800 (also known as GSM-1800) mobile terminal release from individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/102) (98) 22-ERC 1998 decision on 23 November the release of DECT equipment from individual permissions, except the public access provided in fixed parts;
ERC/DEC/103) (98) 24-ERC 1998 decision on 23 November a suitcase of ARCANE free movement of terminal equipment and use bake the Member States, extending decision ERC/DEC/(95) 01 scope;
ERC/DEC/104) (98) 25-1998 HEARTS 23 November a decision on harmonised radio frequency band to be determined for PMR 446;
ERC/DEC/105) (98) 26-ERC 1998 decision on 23 November PMR 446 machine release from individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/106) (98) 27-ERC 1998 decision on 23 November PMR 446 to move freely and use bake in the Member States, extending decision ERC/DEC/(95) 01 scope;
ERC/DEC/107) (98) 29-HEARTS 1998 decision on 23 November land mobile communications to use the INMARSAT telephone terminal equipment (also known as Inmarsat mini M) release of individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/108) (99) 02-HEARTS on 10 March 1999, the decision on a block of land mobile communication system (Tetra) mobile terminal release from individual permissions;
ERC/DEC/109) (99) 03-HEARTS on 10 March 1999, the decision on a block of land mobile communication system (Tetra) civilian mobile free movement of terminal equipment and use;
ERC 110)/DEC/(99) 06-HEARTS 10 March 1999 decision on satellite personal communications systems operating in the bands below 1 GHz (S-PCs