ANNEX 4: NATIONAL CONDITIONS FOR AUDIO PMSE APPLICATIONS

Implementation status
  • < empty > - No info (default value)
  • Y – the whole band is available for PMSE
  • N – the band is not available for PMSE
  • L – limited availability
Frequency Band ALB AND AUT AZE BEL BIH BLR BUL CVA CYP CZE D DNK E EST F FIN G GEO GRC HNG HOL HRV I IRL ISL KOS* LIE LTU LUX LVA MCO MDA MKD MLT MNE NOR POL POR ROU RUS S SMR SRB SUI SVK SVN TUR UKR
A1: 29.7-47.0 MHz Y L L Y Y Y L Y N Y L L L L L L L N L Y L L N N Y L L L L Y N Y Y L L L Y N L L L N Y L L Y L L
A2: 174-216 MHz (Radio microphones) Y L Y Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y N L Y Y Y L L Y Y L Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y L L N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y L
A3: 470-694 MHz (Radio microphones) Y Y Y Y Y Y L Y Y Y Y L Y Y Y Y Y Y L Y L Y Y Y Y Y Y L Y Y Y Y L L L Y Y Y L Y Y Y Y Y Y Y L
A4: 694-790 MHz (Radio microphones) Y L Y Y L Y L L L L L L Y Y Y N Y Y L L Y L L Y N L L L Y Y Y L L L Y Y L Y L L L L L Y L Y L
A5: 823-832 MHz Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y L Y Y Y Y Y Y Y L Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y L Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N L Y N Y Y Y N N
A6: 863-865 MHz Y Y Y Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y L Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
A7: 1350-1400 MHz Y Y Y N N N Y N N N L N N Y N N L L N N Y L N N Y Y N N N N N N N N N Y N
A8: 1518-1525 MHz Y Y N N N N N N N N L Y Y N N N N N N Y N N N N N N N N N Y Y
A9: 1785-1805 MHz Y L Y Y L Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y L Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N L Y L Y Y Y L N
B1: 174-216 MHz (Audio links) Y L N Y Y Y N N Y Y N N L N Y N L L Y L L Y Y Y L N Y Y Y Y Y Y L L N Y Y Y N Y Y Y N N N N L
B2: 470-694 MHz (Audio links) Y Y N Y Y Y L N Y Y Y L N N Y N Y Y L Y L Y Y Y N Y Y L Y Y Y Y L L L Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y N N N L
B3: 694-790 MHz (Audio links) Y L N Y L N L N L Y N L N N Y N Y Y L Y N L L Y N L L L L Y Y L L L Y Y L Y N L L L L N N N L


National restrictions information is provided below
Implementation status
  • * - Individual licence may be required
  • ! – restrictions apply (e.g. geographical restrictions)


Frequency Band Country Implementation Remark
A1 29.7-47.0 MHz AUT L* 6 dedicated channels up to 120 kHz are available
AZE Y*
BIH Y* On tuning range. Radio microphones and ALD as per ERC/REC 70-03 Annex 10
BLR L Limited to 33.175-40 MHz / 40.025-48.5 MHz
BUL Y ERC/REC 70-03/Annex 10
CZE L For PMSE (operation of the wireless microphones and of the aids for hearing impaired, coming under SRD category) may be used 27.5–27.915 MHz band and 36.4 - 38.5 MHz band. https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/o-ctu/cze_rsup-p-26-09.2010-10_en.pdf
D L Basic parameters: frequency ranges: 32.475-34.325 MHz and 36.610-38.125 MHz; channel raster: 50 kHz; max. radiated power: 10 mW e.r.p. Detailed information: www.bnetza.de/allgemeinzuteilungen ->"Mikrofone"->Vfg. 53/2015 For legacy equipment individual licensing with more permissive technical parameters may be possible. (detailed information: www.bnetza.de/DrahtloseMikrofone ->VVnömL)
DNK L Band 32-39.4 MHz only
E L Radio microphones: Limited to 5 channels: 31.500, 31.750, 37.850, 38.300 and 38.550 MHz. Channel bandwidth : 25 kHz and max. power 50 mW erp
EST L Only 37.6-38.6 MHz, max. 10 mW e.i.r.p., ch. BW 50 kHz. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 07.10.2011 No 96. Usage of other parts of this band for PMR, control and governmental use.
F L Secondary use. 150 kHz bandwidth centred on 31.6 MHz (also used in 25 kHz on the carriers 31.55, 31.60 and 31.65 MHz); 150 kHz bandwidth centred on 31.8 MHz; 75 kHz bandwidth centred on 38.9 MHz
FIN L Only frequencies 31.100, 32.100, 32.900, 33.500, 36.700, 37.100 MHz, and range 42.400 - 43.600 MHz allowed with max. channel bandwidth 200 kHz and max. transmitting power 10 mW e.r.p. In the range 42.400 - 43.600 MHz shared use with other SRD applications according to FICORA Regulation 15. Usage in other bands includes PMR, control, alarm, telemetry, tele command, data transmission, and military use
G N Band not available
GEO L*
GRC Y! 10 mW Maximum e.r.p.
HNG L Radio microphones: 34.9-38.5 MHz band can be used on SRD basis; license exemption; max. 10 mW ERP; max. 50 kHz channels. Detailed description in paragraph 11.11.2 of Annex 3 of Decree No. 7/2015 (XI.13.)NMHH on the national frequency allocation and the rules of using frequency bands (Amended by Decree No. 2/2016 (II.26.)NMHH effective as of 5 March 2016) http://stir.nmhh.hu/?oldal=dokumentumGeneralo&root_rendeletelem_id=0&hatalyos=1&is_full=1
HOL L 36.6- 38.8 MHz : 5x200 kHz channels, 10 mW e.r.p. (centre frequencies 36.7/37.1/37.9/38.3/38.7 MHz) 37.480-37.6 MHz; 50 kHz 10 mW e.r.p. License exempt
HRV N Defence systems
I N Military application
IRL Y Licence exempt operation is permitted for Radio Microphones and In-Ear Monitoring Systems, as per Annex 10 of ECC Decision 70-03. See ComReg document 02/71R, “Permitted Short Range Devices In Ireland”, available at: https://www.comreg.ie/publication/permitted-short-range-devices-in-ireland-2/ . This document provides details on frequencies available for short range devices in Ireland. 29.7 - 47 MHz is covered under Table 8 of this document. All equipment operates on a non-interference, non-protected basis
ISL L*
LIE L Limited to 10 channels in the band 31.4-39.6 MHz.
LUX L Excluding the use of the band 34.995-35.225 MHz
MLT L PMSE devices are allowed to operate within the frequency bands 29.7-34.9 MHz and 37.5-40.98 MHz. Please refer to the 31st Schedule of subsidiary legislation S.L.399.40: http://www.justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=11475&l=1
NOR L 41-43.6 MHz available for PMSE; Maximum radiated power of 10 mW e.r.p. Amplitude modulation is not permitted. EN 300 422
POL Y Band A, Annex 10, ERC/REC 70-03
POR N Band not available
ROU L Only sub-bands: 29.7-30.3 MHz; 30.5-32.15 MHz; 32.45- 33.1 MHz; 33.6-34.975 MHz; 37.5- 40.02 MHz; 40.66- 41.015 MHz; 44.5- 45.2 MHz are allowed
RUS L! Bands 33.175-40 MHz and 40.025-47 MHz: radio microphones are on the secondary basis
S L Limited to 41.0-43.6 MHz - Land Mobile
SUI L! Available band: 31.4-39.6 MHz, limited to the following channels: A: 31.4-31.6 MHz; B: 32.4-32.6 MHz; C: 36.0-36.2 MHz; D: 36.6-36.8 MHz; E: 37.0-37.2 MHz; F: 37.2-37.4 MHz; G: 37.8-38.0 MHz; H: 38.4-38.6 MHz; I: 38.9-39.1 MHz; K: 39.4-39.6 MHz. Channelling less than 200 kHz and max. 100 mW e.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1009;nb=01 . The national implementation is based on ERC/REC 70-03. https://www.bakom.admin.ch/bakom/en/homepage/equipments-and-installations/particular-equipment/radio-microphones.html
SVK L The band 36.4-38.5 MHz is available for audio PMSE applications (Radio microphones only). Radio microphones may be used on the basis of the General Authorization No. VPR-02/2015: http://www.teleoff.gov.sk/data/files/43712.pdf . Power: 20 mW e.r.p. Maximum occupied bandwidth: 50 kHz; 75 kHz
SVN Y Radio microphones, ERC/REC 70-03, EN 300 422
TUR L Maximum 10 mW e.r.p., 50 kHz channel spacing with EN 300 422. The all rules are stated in By-law on Short Range Devices (https://www.btk.gov.tr/File/?path=ROOT%2f1%2fDocuments%2fOrdinance%2fBY-LAW%20ON%20SHORT%20RANGE%20DEVICES.pdf ). Some portions of this band are assigned nationwide
UKR L In the band 30.01-47 MHz maximal transmitter power is 10 mW
A2 174-216 MHz (Radio microphones) AUT Y*! Max. 50mW erp for body worn, otherwise max. 10mW erp, 200 kHz channels; only professional use
AZE Y*
BIH Y*
BUL Y ERC/REC 70-03/Annex 10
CZE Y! Conditions at https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/cze_rsup-p-21-11-2016-11_eng.pdf The 174–216 MHz band may be used by radio microphones under conditions of a secondary service with the provision they shall not cause harmful interference to the reception of stations operated in the broadcasting service and shall not claim protection from harmful interference by these applications. See the General Authorisation: https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/ctu/general-authorisation-no.vo-r/10/11.2016-13/obrazky/general-authorisation-no-vo-r10112016-13.pdf
D Y! Basic parameters: frequency range: 174-230 MHz; max. radiated power: 50 mW e.r.p. Restrictions apply for the protection of primary users (i.a. DAB+). Detailed information: www.bnetza.de/allgemeinzuteilungen ->"Mikrofone"->Vfg. 59/2015
DNK N Band not available
E L Radio microphones: Limited to 5 channels:174.100 MHz, 174.300 MHz, 175.500 MHz, 176.300 MHz and 179.300 MHz. Channel bandwidth : 200 kHz. max. power 50 mW erp. Mobile audio links in the frequecy band 181-188 MHz
EST Y Max. 50 mW e.r.p. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 07.10.2011 No 96.
F Y Secondary usage, e.r.p. max = 50 mW (17 dBm) ARCEP Decisions n° 2010-0849 and n° 2010-0850 regarding PMSE in 174-223 MHz band
FIN Y! On a secondary basis, the band 174-230 MHz is available for radio microphones and equipment for in-ear-monitoring. Primary use is broadcasting. Licence-exempted from the beginning of 2017. e.r.p. = 50 mW, B = 200 kHz. Standard EN 300 422
G L*! Technology and application neutral. Regarding wireless microphones, the following frequencies (MHz) are available under a shared licensing regime. UK-wide use (* denotes those frequencies unavailable in Northern Ireland), allocated to microphones only, 50 mW e.r.p. on designated channels only: 175.250*, 175.525*, 176.600*, 191.900, 192.800, 193.000, 199.700, 200.300, 200.600, 208.300, 208.600, 209.000, 209.200, 209.600, 209.800. The following frequencies (MHz) are available for wireless mics, talkback* and audio links** (maximum in-band e.r.p. is 50 mW for mics): 175.150 to 175.350; 175.425 to 175.625; 176.300 to 177.100; 181.69375 to 181.80625*; 184.500 to 185.100; 189.69375 to 189.80625*; 191.600 to 193.100**; 199.600 to 201.100; 207.600 to 210.100
GEO L*
GRC Y*! License required for e.r.p. over 50mW
HNG Y License exemption; conditions based on ERC/REC 70-03; max. 50 mW e.r.p. Detailed description in paragraph 11.11.2 of Annex 3 of Decree No. 7/2015 (XI.13.)NMHH on the national frequency allocation and the rules of using frequency bands (Amended by Decree No. 2/2016 (II.26.)NMHH effective as of 5 March 2016) http://stir.nmhh.hu/?oldal=dokumentumGeneralo&root_rendeletelem_id=0&hatalyos=1&is_full=1
HOL L 195-202 MHz license exempt
IRL Y* Licences may be granted for radio microphone/in-ear monitor use. Licences are issued on a temporary basis, with a maximum duration of 6 months. Typical e.r.p. levels do not generally exceed 50 mW, while the maximum permissible e.r.p. is 1 W. Maximum channel bandwidth is 200 kHz
ISL Y! Secondary status
LTU Y Light licensing (registration of radio equipment)
LVA Y*
MCO Y*
MLT L* Technical conditions in line with ERC/REC 70-03. Radio microphones are allowed to operate on the frequency ranges not being used for Terrestrial broadcasting services. Furthermore, licences issued within this band are of a temporary nature
NOR N Band not available
POL Y Band E, Annex 10, ERC/REC 70-03
POR Y* Individual license required if e.r.p. > 50 mW
RUS Y! Radio microphones are on the secondary basis
SUI Y Available band: 174-223 MHz. Channelling on a tuning range basis and max. 50 mW e.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1009;nb=02 . Available band for personal hearing aids: 174-223 MHz. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1009;nb=12 . The national implementation is based on ERC/REC 70-03. https://www.bakom.admin.ch/bakom/en/homepage/equipments-and-installations/particular-equipment/radio-microphones.html
SVK Y*! Conditions for the use of frequencies are stipulated case-by-case in the individual authorization. Frequencies from this frequency band may be used by radio microphones on the basis of the General Authorization No. VPR-02/2015: http://www.teleoff.gov.sk/data/files/43712.pdf Frequencies 174.3 kHz and 174.7 kHz, Power 50 mW e.r.p., Maximum occupied bandwidth 50 kHz; 75 kHz
SVN Y Radio microphones, ERC/REC 70-03, EN 300 422
TUR Y Maximum 50 mW erp. The all rules are stated in By-law on Short Range Devices. https://www.btk.gov.tr/File/?path=ROOT%2f1%2fDocuments%2fOrdinance%2fBY-LAW%20ON%20SHORT%20RANGE%20DEVICES.pdf
UKR L Under condition of not causing interference to other stations working in this band. In bands of 174.4-174.6 MHz and 174.9-175.1 MHz the maximal transmitter power is 10 mW
A3 470-694 MHz (Radio microphones) AUT Y*! Only in TV white spaces on tuning range basis; 200 kHz channels and max. 50mW e.r.p.
AZE Y*
BEL Y 470-786 MHz possible
BIH Y*
BLR L Limited to 470-638 MHz (5 mW). Limited to 774-782 MHz
BUL Y ERC/REC 70-03/Annex 10
CYP Y 470-786 MHz possible
CZE Y https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/cze_rsup-p-10-08-2016-10_en.pdf
D Y*! Basic parameters: max. channel bandwidth: 200 kHz; max. radiated power: 50 mW e.r.p. Restrictions apply for the protection of primary users (i.a. DVB-T); 608-614 MHz excluded (radio astronomy). Detailed information: www.bnetza.de/DrahtloseMikrofone ->VVnömL
DNK L! Only in TV white spaces
E Y! Radio microphones in the frequency band 470-694 MHz, only in the TV white spaces on tuning range basis and max. power 50 mW erp
EST Y! Max. 50 mW e.r.p. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 07.10.2011 No 96.
F Y Secondary use, e.r.p. max = 50 mW (17 dBm) ARCEP Decision n° 2015-0830
FIN Y! On a secondary basis, the band 470-694 MHz is available for radio microphones and equipment for in-ear-monitoring. Primary use is broadcasting. Licence-exempted from the beginning of 2017. e.ir.p. = 50 mW, B = 200 kHz. Standard EN 300 422
G Y*! Technology and application neutral. Geographical restrictions apply to outdoor use. Band typically used for wireless microphones, in-ear-monitors (IEMs) and talkback. Maximum in-band e.r.p. is 50 mW for mics and IEM, and 5 W for talkback. 606-614 MHz (Ch. 38) is allocated for UK-wide use (shared basis between users) with maximum 50 mW e.r.p. for mics
GRC L*! License required for e.r.p over 50mW. Geographical restrictions (depending on the allotment the band is available where spectrum is not used by broadcasting or security services). http://www.efis.dk/documents/51372
HNG Y License exemption; conditions based on ERC/REC 70-03; max. 50 mW e.r.p. Detailed description in paragraph 11.11.2 of Annex 3 of Decree No. 7/2015 (XI.13.)NMHH on the national frequency allocation and the rules of using frequency bands (Amended by Decree No. 2/2016 (II.26.)NMHH effective as of 5 March 2016) http://stir.nmhh.hu/?oldal=dokumentumGeneralo&root_rendeletelem_id=0&hatalyos=1&is_full=1
HOL L 470-556 MHz / 558-564 MHz / 566-572 MHz / 574-580 MHz / 582-588 MHz / 590-604 MHz / 614-694 MHz. These bands available, 50 mW e.r.p. license exempt. 608-614 MHz individual license required, protection of Radio Astronomy site Westerbork VLBI
HRV Y 470-786 MHz possible
I Y 470-786 MHz possible
IRL Y* Licences may be granted for radio microphone/in-ear monitor use. Licences are issued on a temporary basis, with a maximum duration of 6 months. Typical e.r.p. levels do not generally exceed 50 mW, while the maximum permissible e.r.p. is 1 W. Maximum channel bandwidth is 200 kHz
ISL Y Secondary status. Unused TV channels shall be used
LTU Y Light licensing (registration of radio equipment)
LVA Y*
MCO Y*
MLT L Radio microphones are allowed to operate on the frequency ranges not being used for Terrestrial broadcasting services. Please refer to the 31st Schedule of subsidiary legislation S.L.399.40: http://www.justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=11475&l=1
NOR L! Available frequencies in 510-694 MHz according to specifications given in the internet service provided by the frequency authority. Maximum permitted radiated power is 50 mW e.r.p.
POL Y Band F1, Annex 10, ERC/REC 70-03
POR Y*! Individual license required if e.r.p. > 50 mW
RUS L! Band 470-638 MHz: radio microphones are on the secondary basis
S Y 470-786 MHz possible
SMR Y 470-786 MHz possible
SRB Y 470-786 MHz possible
SUI Y Available band: 470-786 MHz. The operation in the frequency band 608-614 MHz (within TV channel 38) is not permitted in the vicinity of CH-5722 Bleien. Channelling on a tuning range basis and max. 50 mW e.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1009;nb=10 . The national implementation is based on ERC/REC 70-03. https://www.bakom.admin.ch/bakom/en/homepage/equipments-and-installations/particular-equipment/radio-microphones.html
SVK Y*! Conditions for the use of frequencies are stipulated case-by-case in the individual authorization
SVN Y Radio microphones, ERC/REC 70-03, EN 300 422
TUR Y Maximum 50 mW erp. The all rules are stated in By-law on Short Range Devices. https://www.btk.gov.tr/File/?path=ROOT%2f1%2fDocuments%2fOrdinance%2fBY-LAW%20ON%20SHORT%20RANGE%20DEVICES.pdf
A4 694-790 MHz (Radio microphones) AUT Y Currently: Only in TV white spaces on tuning range basis; 200 kHz channels and max. 50mW e.r.p.; After mobile networks roll out: only in the FDD gap
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BEL L 470-786 MHz possible
BIH Y*
BLR L Limited to 470-638 MHz (5 mW). Limited to 774-782 MHz
BUL L ERC/REC 70-03/Annex 10. Available for Radio microphones in band 470-786 MHz and 786-789 MHz
CYP L 470-786 MHz possible
CZE L The use of 786 - 862 MHz band by wireless microphones is time- and power-limited in accordance with the General Authorisation. https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/cze_rsup-p-10-08-2016-10_en.pdf and https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/ctu/general-authorisation-no.vo-r/10/11.2016-13/obrazky/general-authorisation-no-vo-r10112016-13.pdf
D L*! Basic parameters: max. channel bandwidth: 200 kHz; max. radiated power: 50 mW e.r.p. Restrictions apply for the protection of primary users (i.e. MFCN, DVB-T); 703-733 MHz excluded (MFCN uplink); 758-788 MHz additional optional capacity. Detailed information: www.bnetza.de/DrahtloseMikrofone ->VVnömL
DNK L! Only in TV white spaces
E Y! Radio microphones in the frequency band 694-786 MHz, only in the TV white spaces on tuning range basis and max. power 50 mW erp
EST Y! Max. 50 mW e.r.p.; 786-789 MHz max 12 mW e.r.p.. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 07.10.2011 No 96. From 01.07.2017 planned for use of new technologies.
F Y! Secondary usage until 01/07/19, e.i.r.p. max = 13 to 19 dBm/200 kHz. ARCEP Decision n° 2016-0272 (Its Annex includes the list of municipalities and the associated reassignment dates beyond which the PMSE usage will be restricted)
FIN N Band not available from the beginning of year 2017 (designated to MFCN)
G Y*! PMSE will cease to have access to this band after 1st May 2020. Technology and application neutral. Geographical restrictions apply to outdoor use. Band typically used for wireless microphones, in-ear-monitors (IEMs) and talkback only. Maximum in-band e.r.p. is 50 mW for mics and IEM, and 5 W for talkback. 606-614 MHz (Ch. 38) is allocated on a UK-wide use (shared basis between users) with maximum 50 mW e.r.p. for mics
GRC L*! 694-786 MHz : License required for e.r.p over 50mW. For 694-789 MHz: maximum e.r.p. 12mW. 789-790 MHz not available (used as guard band for Digital Dividend I). Geographical restrictions (depending on the allotment the band is available where spectrum is not used by broadcasting or security services). http://www.efis.dk/documents/51372
HNG L License exemption; Conditions based on ERC/REC 70-03 Annex 10
HOL Y 50 mW e.r.p.
HRV L 470-786 MHz possible
I L 470-786 MHz possible
IRL Y* Licences may be granted for radio microphone/in-ear monitor use. Licences are issued on a temporary basis, with a maximum duration of 6 months. Typical e.r.p. levels do not generally exceed 50 mW, while the maximum permissible e.r.p. is 1 W. Maximum channel bandwidth is 200 kHz
ISL N Band not available after 2017 (will be used for MFCN). May be used for radio microphones until start of MFCN
LTU L Light licensing (registration of radio equipment). Up to 789 MHz
LVA Y*
MCO Y*
MLT L Radio microphones are allowed to operate on the frequency ranges not being used for Terrestrial broadcasting services. Please refer to the 31st Schedule of subsidiary legislation S.L.399.40: http://www.justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=11475&l=1
NOR Y! Available frequencies in 694-790 MHz according to specifications given in the internet service provided by the frequency authority. Maximum permitted radiated power is 50 mW e.r.p. Will be used for mobile broadband, no later than 3 June 2021
POL Y Band F1 and F2, Annex 10, ERC/REC 70-03
POR L*! Individual license required if e.r.p. > 50 mW. The frequency range 750-758 MHz is not allowed due to the DTT SFN in channel 56
RUS L! Band 710-726 MHz: radio microphones are on the secondary basis
S L 470-786 MHz possible
SMR L 470-786 MHz possible
SRB L 470-786 MHz possible
SUI L From 694-786 MHz: channelling on a tuning range basis and max. 50 mW e.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1009;nb=10 . From 786-789 MHz: max. 12 mW e.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1009;nb=17 The national implementation is based on ERC/REC 70-03. https://www.bakom.admin.ch/bakom/en/homepage/equipments-and-installations/particular-equipment/radio-microphones.html
SVK Y*! Conditions for the use of frequencies are stipulated case-by-case in the individual authorization
SVN L Radio microphones in 694-698 MHz and 736-738 MHz. ERC/REC 70-03, EN 300 422
TUR Y Maximum 50 mW eirp for 694-786 MHz frequency band and maximum 12 mW e.i.r.p. for 786-789 MHz frequency band. The use of these bands is allowed until 31/12/2018. The all rules are stated in By-law on Short Range Devices. https://www.btk.gov.tr/File/?path=ROOT%2f1%2fDocuments%2fOrdinance%2fBY-LAW%20ON%20SHORT%20RANGE%20DEVICES.pdf
A5 823-832 MHz AUT Y 823-826 MHz: max. 100mW erp body worn otherwise max. 12mW erp; 826-832 MHz: max. 100mW e.r.p.
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH Y On tuning range. Radio microphones and ALD as per ERC/REC 70-03 Annex 10
BUL Y ERC/REC 70-03/Annex 10; EC Decision 2014/641/EU
CZE L The 823-826 MHz is available for PMSE, but only for body-worn microphones https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/cze_rsup-p-10-08-2016-10_en.pdf and https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/ctu/general-authorisation-no.vo-r/10/11.2016-13/obrazky/general-authorisation-no-vo-r10112016-13.pdf
D Y Basic parameters: max. radiated power: 100 mW e.i.r.p. except 823-826 MHz: 82 mW e.i.r.p. for handheld devices. Detailed Information: www.bnetza.de/allgemeinzuteilungen ->"Mikrofone"->Vfg. 2/2015
DNK Y Special technical conditions for this band, which are available in the national Radio Interfaces
E Y PMSE audio including radio mocrophones, until 100 mW erp restricted to body worn equipment, otherwise max. 20 mW erp , according ERC Rec.70-03 annex 10 and Decision 2014/641/EU
EST Y 823-826 MHz max. 20 mW e.i.r.p.(for body-worn max. 100 mW e.i.r.p.), ch. BW 200 kHz. 826-832 MHz max.100 mW e.i.r.p., ch. BW 200 kHz. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 07.10.2011 No 96.
F Y Secondary usage. ARCEP Decision n° 2015-0830 as specified in the Commission Implementing Decision 2014/641/EU on PMSE
FIN Y According to FICORA Regulation 15: e.r.p. = 12 mW (for body-worn microphones e.r.p. = 60 mW). B = 200 kHz. Standard EN 300 422. No radio licence will be needed provided that the user can only choose between the 823–832 MHz and/or 863–865 MHz bands. The user must not have other frequencies available
G Y* Technology and application neutral. See ERC/REC 70-03, Annex 10 and EC Decision 2014/641/EU. Subject to light licensing (general licence authorisation) regime
GRC Y! 823-826 MHz: maximum e.i.r.p 20 mW for portable devices & maximum e.i.r.p. 100 mW restricted to body worn equipment. 826- 832 MHz: maximum e.i.r.p 100 mW
HNG Y Harmonised; License exemption. Detailed description in paragraph 10.1, 11.11.2 of Annex 3 and Annex 5 of Decree No. 7/2015 (XI.13.)NMHH on the national frequency allocation and the rules of using frequency bands (Amended by Decree No. 2/2016 (II.26.)NMHH effective as of 5 March 2016) http://stir.nmhh.hu/?oldal=dokumentumGeneralo&root_rendeletelem_id=0&hatalyos=1&is_full=1
HOL Y! 823-826 MHz 20 mW e.r.p. handheld; 823-826 MHz 100 mW body worn; 826 - 832 MHz 100 mW
IRL Y* Band available for PMSE at this present time. Licences may be granted for Audio Links. Licences are issued on a temporary basis, with a maximum duration of 6 months. Maximum permissible e.r.p. is 1 W. Maximum channel bandwidth is 200 kHz
ISL Y In accordance with ERC/REC 70-03 Annex 10
LTU Y Light licensing (registration of radio equipment)
LVA Y*
MLT Y Available as from January 2017. Please refer to the 31st Schedule of subsidiary legislation S.L.399.40: http://www.justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=11475&l=1
NOR Y! 823 to 826 MHz. Maximum permitted radiated power is 20 mW e.i.r.p. For use is limited to body worn microphone is maximum radiated power 100 mW e.i.r.p. 826 to 832 MHz. Maximum permitted radiated power is 100 mW e.i.r.p.
POL Y COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING DECISION 2014/641/EU of 1 September 2014 on harmonised technical conditions of radio spectrum use by wireless audio programme making and special events equipment in the Union
POR Y Use authorized under the technical conditions defined in Decision 2014/641/EU
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
S L Licence exemption10 mW e.r.p. handheld equipment. Licence exemption 50 mW e.r.p.bodyworn equipment
SUI Y Band 823-826 MHz: bandwidth of 200 kHz; max. 20 mW e.i.r.p. and max. 100 mW e.i.r.p. restricted to body worn microphones. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1009;nb=18 . Band 826-832 MHz; Channelling on a tuning range basis; bandwidth of 200 kHz and max. 100 mW e.i.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1009;nb=13
SVK Y Frequencies from this frequency band may be used by radio microphones on the basis of the General Authorization No. VPR-02/2015: http://www.teleoff.gov.sk/data/files/43712.pdf
SVN Y Radio microphones: ERC/REC 70-03, EN 300 422, 2014/641/EU
TUR N Band not available. Planned for other services
A6 863-865 MHz AUT Y According to sub-class 48 (max. 10 mW e.r.p.)
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH Y* On tuning range. Radio microphones and ALD as per ERC/REC 70-03 Annex 10
BUL Y ERC/REC 70-03/Annex 10; EC Decision 2006/771/EC as amended
CZE Y Band available for audio transmissions only https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/cze_rsup-p-10-08-2016-10_en.pdf and https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/ctu/general-authorisation-no.vo-r/10/11.2016-13/obrazky/general-authorisation-no-vo-r10112016-13.pdf
D Y Basic parameters: max. channel bandwidth: 200 kHz, max. radiated power: 10 mW e.i.r.p. Detailed information: www.bnetza.de/allgemeinzuteilungen ->"Mikrofone"->Vfg. 2/2015
E Y Radio microphones in the frequency band 863-865 MHz. 10 mW erp. Recommendation 70-03 annex 10.
EST Y Max. 10 mW e.i.r.p. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 07.10.2011 No 96.
F Y Primary use in accordance with ARCEP Decision 2014-1263 regarding SRD usage
FIN Y According to FICORA Regulation 15: e.r.p. = 12 mW (for body-worn microphones e.r.p. = 60 mW). B = 200 kHz. Standard EN 300 422. No radio licence will be needed provided that the user can only choose between the 823–832 MHz and/or 863–865 MHz bands. The user must not have other frequencies available
G Y Technology and application neutral. In accordance with the Wireless Telegraphy (Exemption Regulations), the UK Interface Requirement IR2030 (Short Range Devices) and ERC/REC 70-03. Wireless microphones satisfying the exemption criteria may be used UK-wide
GRC Y! 10 mW Maximum e.r.p.
HNG Y Harmonised;; License exemption. Detailed description in paragraph 11.14.1 and 11.14.2 of Annex 3 and Annex 5 of Decree No. 7/2015 (XI.13.)NMHH on the national frequency allocation and the rules of using frequency bands (Amended by Decree No. 2/2016 (II.26.)NMHH effective as of 5 March 2016) http://stir.nmhh.hu/?oldal=dokumentumGeneralo&root_rendeletelem_id=0&hatalyos=1&is_full=1
HOL Y 10 mW e.i.r.p.
IRL Y Licence exempt operation is permitted for Radio Microphones and In-Ear Monitoring Systems, as per Annex 10 of ERC/REC 70-03. See ComReg document 02/71R, “Permitted Short Range Devices In Ireland” at: https://www.comreg.ie/publication/permitted-short-range-devices-in-ireland-2/ . Channel spacing of 200 kHz and maximum permissible e.r.p. of 10 mW
ISL Y In accordance with ERC/REC 70-03 Annex 10
MLT Y Please refer to the 31st Schedule of subsidiary legislation S.L.399.40: http://www.justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=11475&l=1
NOR Y! The frequency band 863-865 MHz is authorized for cordless audio equipment and audio equipment for multimedia streaming services. Maximum permitted radiated power is 10 mW e.r.p. Frequency band is authorized as described in EN 301 357
POL Y Sub-class 48 of Class 1 according to the Commission Decision 2000/299/EC
POR Y Use authorized under the technical conditions defined in Decision2013/752/EU
RUS Y Wireless audio equipment on the secondary basis
SUI Y Band 863-865 MHz: Max. 10 mW e.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1009;nb=05 The national implementation is based on ERC/REC 70-03. https://www.bakom.admin.ch/bakom/en/homepage/equipments-and-installations/particular-equipment/radio-microphones.html
SVK Y Frequencies from this frequency band may be used by radio microphones on the basis of the General Authorization No. VPR-02/2015: http://www.teleoff.gov.sk/data/files/43712.pdf
SVN Y Radio microphones, wireless audio and multimedia streaming applications: ERC/REC 70-03, EN 300 422, EN 301 357, 2014/641/EU
TUR Y Maximum 10 mW e.r.p. with standards, EN 300 422 and EN 301 357. The all rules are stated in By-law on Short Range Devices. https://www.btk.gov.tr/File/?path=ROOT%2f1%2fDocuments%2fOrdinance%2fBY-LAW%20ON%20SHORT%20RANGE%20DEVICES.pdf
A7 1350-1400 MHz AUT Y* Sharing with the assigned FS links; max. 100mW e.i.r.p. body worn otherwise 20mW e.i.r.p.; 200 kHz channels; a licence is only granted for events
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH N Band not available: military use, radars and tactical radars
CZE N The band is available for low capacity fixed links, radio astronomy and passive scientific applications. https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/cze_rsup-p-20-01.2016-1_eng.pdf
D Y*! Basic parameters: max. radiated power: 50 mW e.r.p. Restrictions apply for the protection of primary users (i.a. military applications). Detailed information: www.bnetza.de/DrahtloseMikrofone ->VVnömL
E N Band not available
EST N Governmental use.
F L*! Temporary licenses. Coordination required between assigning authorities (ARCEP, Aviation Civile and la Défense) in order to avoid harmful interference in 1350-1375 MHz
FIN N Band not available: WiMAX and military use
G N Band not available
GEO Y*
GRC N Band not available (used by security services)
HNG N Band not available (Governmental use; lack of interest for PMSE use)
HOL L* Limited to 1375-1400 MHz for ENG-OB only, individual license required
IRL L* The band 1370-1385 MHz is potentially available for audio PMSE licensing under ComReg's point-to-point licensing scheme, available online, at: https://www.comreg.ie/publication/guidelines-to-applicants-for-radio-links-licences/
ISL N Band not available
LTU Y* As application of the mobile service
LVA N Band identified for other systems
MLT N Not available (no demand)
NOR N Band not available
POL N Band not available (military usage)
POR N Band not available
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
SUI N Band not available (Used by fixed service and defense systems)
SVK N No demand for PMSE applications in frequency band 1350-1400 MHz
SVN Y ERC/REC 70-03
TUR N Band not available. Planned for other services
A8 1518-1525 MHz AUT Y* Max. 50mW e.i.r.p.; 200 kHz channels; a licence is only granted for events
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH N Band not available: military use
CZE N Band not available. See https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/cze_rsup-p-20-01.2016-1_eng.pdf
D N Band not available
E N Band not available
EST N Governmental use, mobile-satellite use.
F N Band not available: Mobile-satellite services usage (space-to-Earth) as described in the ECC(DEC/(04)09
FIN L* 1519.2 - 1524.8 MHz, Sound program transmission, Fixed radio links and mobile transmitters for one-way sound program transmission
G Y*! Technology and application neutral but used typically for audio applications and audio links. Shared alongside mobile satellite systems (MSS) user terminals and satellite downlinks
GRC N Band not available (used by security services)
HNG N Band not available (New band in ERC/REC 25-10, under investigation)
HOL N Not available
IRL N Band not open for PMSE use (no current demand)
ISL N Band not available
LTU Y* As application of the mobile service
LVA N Band identified for other systems
MLT N Not available (no demand)
NOR N Band not available
POL N Band not available (military usage)
POR N Band not available
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
SUI N Band not available (Used by fixed service)
SVK N No demand for PMSE applications in frequency band 1518-1525 MHz. Future allocation in the band 1518-1525 MHz for PMSE applications under consideration
SVN Y*! Conditions not yet defined
TUR Y* Depend on the conditions in the application form
A9 1785-1805 MHz AUT Y Max. 50mW e.i.r.p. body worn otherwise 20mW e.i.r.p.; 200 kHz channels; Licence exempt
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BEL L 1785-1800 MHz possible
BIH Y On tuning range. Radio microphones and ALD as per ERC/REC 70-03 Annex 10
BUL Y EC Decision 2014/641/EU
CZE Y https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/o-ctu/rsup-p_12_06-2015-03_en.pdf
D Y Basic parameters: max. radiated power: 82 mW EIRP. Detailed information: www.bnetza.de/allgemeinzuteilungen ->"Mikrofone"->Vfg. 3/2015
E Y PMSE audio including radio mocrophones, in the band 1785-1805 MHz according ERC Rec.70-03 annex 10 and European Commission Decision 2014/641/EU
EST Y 1785-1804.8 MHz, max. 20 mW e.i.r.p. (for body-worn max. 100 mW e.i.r.p.). See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 07.10.2011 No 96.
F Y Secondary usage, e.i.r.p. max = 20 up to 50 mW. ARCEP Decision n° 2015-0830
FIN Y 1785-1804.8 MHz; Maximum radiated power 20 mW e.i.r.p., for body-worn microphones max. 50 mW e.i.r.p. Standard EN 300 422-1. SRD Recommendation ERC/REC/70-03. European Commission Decision 2014/641/EU
G Y*! Technology and application neutral but typically used for wireless microphones. EC Decision 2014/641/EU. Maximum in-band e.r.p. is 50 mW for mics. Not available in Northern Ireland
GRC Y Maximum e.i.r.p. 20mW (50mW for body worn equipment)
HNG Y Harmonised, license exemption. Detailed description in paragraph 10.2 of Annex 3 and in Annex 5 of Decree No. 7/2015 (XI.13.)NMHH on the national frequency allocation and the rules of using frequency bands (Amended by Decree No. 2/2016 (II.26.)NMHH effective as of 5 March 2016) http://stir.nmhh.hu/?oldal=dokumentumGeneralo&root_rendeletelem_id=0&hatalyos=1&is_full=1
HOL Y 50 mW e.i.r.p.
HRV Y* Individual licence required: 1795-1800 MHz
IRL Y Licences may be granted for audio PMSE use. Licences are issued on a temporary basis, with a maximum duration of 6 months. Channel bandwidth is 200 kHz, and a maximum permissible e.r.p. as detailed below is applicable to the following sub-bands: 1785 – 1804.8 MHz : 50 mW; 1804.8 MHz – 1805 MHz: 1mW
ISL Y In accordance with ERC/REC 70-03 Annex 10
LTU Y Light licensing (registration of radio equipment)
LVA Y*
MLT Y Please refer to 31st Schedule of subsidiary legislation S.L.399.40: http://www.justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=11475&l=1
NOR Y! See table under §14 - https://lovdata.no/dokument/SF/forskrift/2012-01-19-77#KAPITTEL_5
POL Y COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING DECISION 2014/641/EU of 1 September 2014 on harmonised technical conditions of radio spectrum use by wireless audio programme making and special events equipment in the Union
POR Y Use authorized under the technical conditions defined in Decision 2014/641/EU
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
S L 1785-1800 MHz possible
SRB L 1785-1800 MHz possible
SUI Y Band 1785-1804.8 MHz: max. 20mW e.i.r.p. and max. 50mW e.i.r.p. for body worn microphones. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1009;nb=09 and http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1013;nb=18 . The national implementation is based on ERC/REC 70-03. https://www.bakom.admin.ch/bakom/en/homepage/equipments-and-installations/particular-equipment/radio-microphones.html
SVK Y*! Frequencies 1785-1805 MHz may be used by radio microphones on the basis of the General Authorization No. VPR-02/2015: http://www.teleoff.gov.sk/data/files/43712.pdf . Technical conditions for PMSE applications in this band are set out in accordance with Annex of the EC decision 2014/641/EU. If required bandwidth exceeds 200 kHz, the Regulatory Authority sets out respective restrictions in individual authorization
SVN Y Decision 2014/641/EU, ETSI EN 300 422
TUR L* Depend on the conditions in the application form. 1790-1800 MHz is assigned to another service nationwide
B1 174-216 MHz (Audio links) AUT N Band 230-235 MHz assigned and used for audio links
AZE Y*
BIH Y*
CZE Y Provided that audio links are in line with ERC Recommendation 70-03. https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/cze_rsup-p-21-11-2016-11_eng.pdf
D N Audio links may be operated in this band subject to the same conditions as wireless microphones (detailed information: www.bnetza.de/allgemeinzuteilungen ->"Mikrofone"->Vfg. 59/2015)
DNK N Not available for audio links. Wireless hearing aids allowed
E L Mobile audio links in the frequecy band 181-188 MHz
EST N Only radio microphone, see A2. Primary use is broadcasting.
F Y Secondary usage, e.r.p. max = 50 mW (17 dBm) ARCEP Decisions n° 2010-0849 and n° 2010-0850 regarding PMSE in 174-223 MHz band
FIN N Not available for audio links
G L* Regarding wireless microphones, the following frequencies (MHz) are available under a shared licensing regime. UK-wide use (* denotes those frequencies unavailable in Northern Ireland), allocated to microphones only, 50 mW e.r.p. on designated channels only: 175.250*, 175.525*, 176.600*, 191.900, 192.800, 193.000, 199.700, 200.300, 200.600, 208.300, 208.600, 209.000, 209.200, 209.600, 209.800. The following frequencies (MHz) are available for wireless mics, talkback* and audio links** (maximum in-band e.r.p. is 50 mW for mics): 175.150 to 175.350; 175.425 to 175.625; 176.300 to 177.100; 181.69375 to 181.80625*; 184.500 to 185.100; 189.69375 to 189.80625*; 191.600 to 193.100**; 199.600 to 201.100; 207.600 to 210.100
GEO L*
GRC Y*! License required for e.r.p. over 50mW
HNG L*! Links between site and studio: 190-216 MHz band; individual license; max. 10 W e.r.p.
HOL L* Except for 195-202 MHz the band is available for audio links, individual license required.
IRL Y* Licences may be granted for Audio Links. Licences are issued on a temporary basis, with a maximum duration of 6 months. Maximum permissible e.r.p. is 1 W. Maximum channel bandwidth is 200 kHz
ISL L*
LIE N
LTU Y Light licensing (registration of radio equipment). Up to 50 mW e.r.p.
LVA Y*
MCO Y*
MLT L* Technical conditions are established at the licence application stage. Licences issued within this band are of a temporary nature
NOR N Band not available
POL Y Band not available
POR Y* Individual license required if e.r.p. > 50 mW
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
SRB Y
SUI N Band not available (T-DAB use)
SVK N Regulatory Authority does not consider authorising this frequency band to be used by audio links at this time
SVN N Not available for audio links (allowed for radio microphones)
TUR N Band not available. Audio links are not covered by By-law on Short Range Devices
B2 470-694 MHz (Audio links) AUT N Band 230-235 MHz assigned and used for audio links
AZE Y*
BIH Y*
CZE Y https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/cze_rsup-p-10-08-2016-10_en.pdf
D Y*! Basic parameters: max. channel bandwidth: 300 kHz, max. radiated power: 250 W e.r.p. Restrictions apply for the protection of primary users (i.a. DVB-T); 606-614 MHz excluded (radio astronomy). Detailed information: www.bnetza.de/DrahtloseMikrofone ->VVnömL.pdf
DNK L! Only in TV white spaces
E N Band not available
EST N Only radio microphone, see A3. Primary use is broadcasting.
F Y! Secondary use, e.r.p. max = 1 W ARCEP Decision n° 2015-0830
FIN N Not available for audio links
G Y*! Technology and application neutral. Geographical restrictions apply to outdoor use. Band typically used for wireless microphones, in-ear-monitors (IEMs) and talkback. Maximum in-band e.r.p. is 50 mW for mics and IEM, and 5 W for talkback. 606 - 614 MHz (Ch. 38) is allocated for UK-wide use (shared basis between users) with maximum 50 mW e.r.p. for mics
GRC L*! License required for e.r.p over 50mW. Geographical restrictions (depending on the allotment the band is available where spectrum is not used by broadcasting or security services). http://www.efis.dk/documents/51372
HNG Y*! Links between site and studio: individual license; max. 10 W e.r.p.
HOL L* 556 - 558 MHz / 564 - 566 MHz / 572 - 574 MHz / 580 - 582 MHz / 588 - 590 MHz / 596 - 598 MHz / 604 - 606 MHz available for audio links, individual license require.
IRL Y* Licences may be granted for Audio Links. Licences are issued on a temporary basis, with a maximum duration of 6 months. Maximum permissible e.r.p. is 1 W. Maximum channel bandwidth is 200 kHz
ISL N Band not available
LTU Y Light licensing (registration of radio equipment). Up to 50 mW e.r.p.
LVA Y*
MCO Y*
MLT L Audio links are allowed to operate on the frequency ranges not being used for Terrestrial broadcasting services. Please refer to the 31st Schedule of subsidiary legislation S.L.399.40: http://www.justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=11475&l=1
NOR L! Available frequencies in 510-694 MHz according to specifications given in the internet service provided by the frequency authority. Maximum permitted radiated power is 50 mW e.r.p.
POL Y Band F1, Annex 10, ERC/REC 70-03
POR Y*! Individual license required if e.r.p. > 50 mW
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
SUI Y! Available band: 470-786 MHz. In-ear monitor systems. The operation in the frequency band 608-614 MHz (within TV channel 38) is not permitted in the vicinity of CH-5722 Bleien. Channelling on a tuning range basis and max. 50 mW e.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1009;nb=10 . In dedicated channels up to 5 W for one-way wireless audio links: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=1013;nb=20 . The national implementation is based on ERC/REC 70-03. https://www.bakom.admin.ch/bakom/en/homepage/equipments-and-installations/particular-equipment/radio-microphones.html
SVK N Regulatory Authority does not consider authorising this frequency band to be used by audio links at this time
SVN N Not available for audio links (allowed for radio microphones)
TUR N Band not available. Audio links are not covered by By-law on Short Range Devices
B3 694-790 MHz (Audio links) AUT N Band 230-235 MHz assigned and used for audio links
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH N* SAP/SAB and ENG/OB application envisaged, but still existing analogue terrestrial TV BC
CZE Y https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/cze_rsup-p-10-08-2016-10_en.pdf
D N Audio links may be operated in this band subject to individual licensing under the same conditions as wireless microphones (detailed information: www.bnetza.de/DrahtloseMikrofone ->VVnömL)
DNK L! Only in TV white spaces
E N Band not available
EST N Only radio microphone, see A4.
F Y! Secondary usage until 01/07/19, e.i.r.p. max = 13 to 19 dBm/200 kHz. ARCEP Decision n° 2016-0272 (Its Annex includes the list of municipalities and the associated reassignment dates beyond which the PMSE usage will be restricted)
FIN N Band not available from the beginning of year 2017 (designated to MFCN)
G Y*! PMSE will cease to have access to this band after 1st May 2020. Technology and application neutral. Geographical restrictions apply to outdoor use. Band typically used for wireless microphones, in-ear-monitors (IEMs) and talkback only. Maximum in-band e.r.p. is 50 mW for mics and IEM, and 5 W for talkback. 606-614 MHz (Ch. 38) is allocated on a UK-wide use (shared basis between users) with maximum 50 mW e.r.p. for mics
GEO Y!
GRC L*! 694-786 MHz: License required for e.r.p over 50mW. For 694-789 MHz: maximum e.r.p. 12mW. 789-790 MHz not available (used as guard band for Digital Dividend I). Geographical restrictions (depending on the allotment the band is available where spectrum is not used by broadcasting or security services). http://www.efis.dk/documents/51372
HNG Y*! Links between site and studio: individual license; max. 10 W e.r.p.
HOL N Not available for audio links
IRL Y* Licences may be granted for Audio Links. Licences are issued on a temporary basis, with a maximum duration of 6 months. Maximum permissible e.r.p. is 1 W. Maximum channel bandwidth is 200 kHz
ISL N Not available for audio links
LTU L Light licensing (registration of radio equipment). 694-786 MHz: Up to 50 mW e.r.p.; 786-789 MHz: up to 12 mW e.r.p.
LVA L* Available in the 694-786 MHz band
MCO Y*
MLT L Audio links are allowed to operate on the frequency ranges not being used for Terrestrial broadcasting services. Please refer to the 31st Schedule of subsidiary legislation S.L.399.40: http://www.justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=11475&l=1
NOR Y! Available frequencies in 694-790 MHz according to specifications given in the internet service provided by the frequency authority. Maximum permitted radiated power is 50 mW e.r.p. Will be used for mobile broadband, no later than 3 June 2021
POL Y Band F1 and F2, Annex 10, ERC/REC 70-03
POR L*! e.r.p. > 50 mW. The frequency range 750-758 MHz is not allowed due to the DTT SFN in channel 56.
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
SUI L Not available for audio links (allowed for radio microphones in specific sub-bands as described in the previous table)
SVK N Regulatory Authority does not consider authorising this frequency band to be used by audio links at this time
SVN N Not available for audio links (allowed for radio microphones in specific sub-bands as described in the previous table)
TUR N Band not available. Audio links are not covered by By-law on Short Range Devices