ANNEX 13: INFORMATIVE ANNEX COVERING THE APPLICATIONS OPERATING UNDER GENERAL AUTHORISATION REGIME WHICH ARE NOT COVERED BY THE ANNEXES 1 TO 12 OF THIS RECOMMENDATION

Scope of annex
This annex covers information about terrestrial applications which are not included in Annexes 1 to 12 and for which frequency ranges are designated in ERC/ECC Decisions, and which are authorised by CEPT administrations under general authorisation (license-exempt regulation). The regulatory status of these radio applications, which may be different to the regulatory status of SRDs, are defined by the relevant ERC/ECC Decisions. Related national implementation information and national restrictions are provided within the Appendices 1 and 3. These applications are authorised under a general authorisation regime (exempted from individual licensing) and therefore protection of individual radio stations/radio equipment cannot be ensured. This is also the case for the applications covered by Annexes 1 to 12. With regard to potential new future applications, sharing and compatibility analysis for all of the concerned services and applications are to be studied and will look at the potential for interference in both directions in order to give a clear view on any future sharing environment. The regulatory status of both, the relevant radio application for which a spectrum designation already exists in a frequency band and the potential new radio application, needs to be taken into account. Such new equipment in a frequency band should implement an adequate spectrum sharing mechanism, since there is non-exclusive access to spectrum, in order to facilitate sharing between the various technologies and applications in the respective frequency band. Such new applications should only be allowed to operate when the mandatory features required in the respective ERC/ECC Decision are implemented, or any other mechanism providing a similar level of mitigation.

Frequency Band Power / Magnetic Field Spectrum access and mitigation requirements Modulation / maximum occupied bandwidth ECC/ERC Deliverable Notes
a 26960kHz  -  27410kHz
* * * ECC/DEC/(11)03 For Citizens’ Band (CB) radio equipment. * See detailed requirements in the related ECC Decision
b 401MHz  -  406MHz
* * * ERC/DEC/(01)17 For Ultra Low Power Active Medical Implant (ULP-AMI) communication systems. * See detailed requirements in the related ERC Decision
c 446MHz  -  446.2MHz
* * * ECC/DEC/(15)05 For analogue and digital PMR 446 applications. * See detailed requirements in the related ECC Decision
d 1880MHz  -  1900MHz
* * * ERC/DEC/(94)03 ERC/DEC/(98)22 For DECT (Digital European Cordless Telecommunications) systems. * See detailed requirements in the related ERC Decisions
e1 5150MHz  -  5350MHz
* * * ECC/DEC/(04)08 For Wireless Access Systems including Radio Local Area Networks (WAS/RLANs). * See detailed requirements in the related ECC Decision
e2 5470MHz  -  5725MHz
* * * ECC/DEC/(04)08 For Wireless Access Systems including Radio Local Area Networks (WAS/RLANs). * See detailed requirements in the related ECC Decision
f 5875MHz  -  5905MHz
* * * ECC/DEC/(08)01 For Intelligent Transportation Systems (traffic safety applications). * See detailed requirements in the related ECC Decision
g 63GHz  -  64GHz
* * * ECC/DEC/(09)01 For Intelligent Transportation Systems. * See detailed requirements in the related ECC Decision
h 77GHz  -  81GHz
* * * ECC/DEC/(04)03 For Automotive Short Range Radars. * See detailed requirements in the related ECC Decision


Additional Information

Harmonised Standards
EN 300 433 Sub-band a) EN 301 839 and EN 302 537 Sub-band b) EN 303 405 Sub-band c) EN 301 406 Sub-band d) EN 301 893 Sub-bands e1) and e2) EN 302 571 Sub-band f) EN 302 686 Sub-band g) EN 302 264 Sub-band h)

Technical parameters also referred to in the harmonised standard
No information

Frequency issues
No information