ANNEX 5: NATIONAL CONDITIONS FOR VIDEO PMSE APPLICATIONS

Implementation status
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  • 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 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 SRB SUI SVK SVN TUR UKR
C1: 2010-2025 MHz Y Y N Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y L N N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N N N N Y Y Y N
C2: 2025-2110 MHz L Y L Y Y N Y N L L L Y L L N L Y L Y N Y Y L N N L N L N
C3: 2200-2300 MHz L Y L N N N L N Y L L Y L L N L Y L Y N Y Y L Y N L N L L
C4: 2300-2400 MHz Y Y Y Y Y L N N L L Y L L Y N Y Y L Y L N Y L Y N Y Y N L
C5: 2400-2500 MHz Y Y L N N Y N L N L N L L L N L Y L Y N N N L L N N Y Y L
C6: 2700-2900 MHz N Y N N N N N N N Y L N L N N N N N N N N N N N N N N Y N
C7: 7.0-8.5 GHz L Y N N N N N N N L L L Y L N L L L Y N Y L L N L N L L L
C8: 10.0-10.68 GHz L Y Y L L L L L L N L L Y Y Y N L N Y L L Y L Y N Y L L L
C9: 21.2-24.5 GHz L Y L L L L L L L N L L Y L L L L N Y L L L L N N L N L L
C10: 47.2-50.2 GHz Y Y Y L N N L N L N Y L N Y Y Y N N Y L Y L Y N N Y N L Y


National restrictions information is provided below

Frequency Band Country Implementation Remark
C1 2010-2025 MHz AUT Y*! According to EC Decision 2016/339
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH N Band not available: UMTS use
BUL Y EC Decision 2016/339/EU
CZE N Band not available: https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/o-ctu/rsup-p_06_09-2014-07_en_.pdf
D Y*! Basic parameters: max. radiated power: cordless cameras: -7 dBW e.i.r.p.; portable video links: 16 dBW; mobile video links: 10 dBW. Restrictions apply for the protection of primary users (i.a. MFCN). Detailed information: www.bnetza.de/DrahtloseMikrofone ->VVnömL
DNK Y*
E Y PMSE video. According to Decision (EU) 2016/339
EST Y* 2016/339/EU; max. 10 dBW e.i.r.p. for mobile video links, max. 16 dBW e.i.r.p. for handheld video links, max. -7 dBW for cordless camera. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 01.12.2009 No 118.
F Y* Temporary licenses. Wireless camera e.i.r.p. max = -7 dBW Video link e.i.r.p. max = 10 to 16 dBW ARCEP Decision 2016-1130
FIN Y* Cordless cameras. Standard EN 302064. European Commission Decision 2016/339/EU
G Y*! EC Decision (EU) 2016/339 and ECC Report 219. Technology and application neutral but typically used for wireless camera/video links. Maximum in-band e.r.p. 20 dBW (13 dBW airborne) for wireless camera/video links. Cameras typically licensed at 100 mW e.r.p.
GEO L*
GRC N Currently not available. Under consideration for future use
HNG N Will be implemented in 2017
HOL Y* For ENG-OB only
IRL Y* Maximum channel bandwidth of 10 MHz for non-HD applications. Maximum channel bandwidth for HD applications may be greater than 10 MHz, and could extend up to 20 MHz (taking into account the entire band 2010-2110 MHz). Centre frequencies: 2010 MHz, 2020 MHz. A maximum permissible e.r.p. as detailed below is applicable for the following systems: Wireless camera: 0.122W, Portable video link: 24.3W, Mobile video link: 6.1W
ISL Y*
LTU Y*
LVA Y*
MLT Y* Conditions as per EU Decision 2016/339
POL N Currently not available. "COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING DECISION (EU) 2016/339 of 8 March 2016 on the harmonisation of the 2010-2025 MHz frequency band for portable or mobile wireless video links and cordless cameras used for programme making and special events" is under implementation
POR N Generally not available. Available on a temporary basis only
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
SUI Y* Available band: 1980-2025 MHz. The use of these frequency bands for cordless cameras is on a short-term basis; channeling from 7, 8, 10, 14, 20 MHz is possible and max. 4 W e.i.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=0203;nb=11
SVK Y*! Conditions for the use of frequencies are stipulated in the individual authorization
SVN Y*! EU DEC 2016/339
TUR N EC Decision (EU) 2016/339 and ECC Report 219. Technology and application neutral but typically used for wireless camera/video links. Maximum in-band e.r.p. 20 dBW (13 dBW airborne) for wireless camera/video links. Cameras typically licensed at 100 mW e.r.p.
C2 2025-2110 MHz AUT L*! Max. 10MHz Channels; max. 20dBW eirp; 2070-2090 MHz: Restricted to Broadcasters only. 2090-2110 MHz: Restricted to fire brigades and private users
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH L PBS old MW link systems for PMSE. Military use in 2025-2110 MHz
BUL Y ECC Report 219. Available for Cordless Cameras, Portable video links and Mobile video links
CZE Y* The band may be used in the coordination with the Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic. https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/o-ctu/rsup-p_06_09-2014-07_en_.pdf
D N Deviations from the specifications in the Frequency Plan (FreqP) could be permitted for a limited time in accordance with §58 TKG. This is provided that the frequency usages indicated in the Frequency Ordinance (FreqV) and the Frequency Plan are not adversely affected (for more details see: https://www.bundesnetzagentur.de/cln_1412/DE/Sachgebiete/Telekommunikation/Unternehmen_Institutionen/Frequenzen/SpezielleAnwendungen/Kurzzeitzuteilungen/kurzzeitzuteilungen-node.html )
DNK Y*
E N Band not available
EST L* 2075.25-2110 MHz SAP/SAB. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 21.05.2013 No 35. Otherwise governmental use.
F L*! Temporary licenses, e.i.r.p. max = 10 dBW. Use of 10 MHz bandwidth centered on 2055 MHz and 2095 MHz for ground-to-ground link and 10 MHz bandwidth centered on 2065 MHz and 2105 MHz for air-to-ground link. Coordination required between assigning authorities (la Défense and Space) regarding the use of the other available bands in order to avoid harmful interference. ARCEP Decision 2016-1130
FIN L*! Cordless cameras, temporary use on a case- by-case basis. Standard EN 302064. Other use includes military use and space operation
G Y*! Technology and application neutral but typically used for wireless cameras, typically licensed at 100 mW e.r.p.
GEO L*
GRC L*! Cordless Cameras. Portable/Mobile video links. 2087.5- 2108.5 MHz : not available (exclusive use by security services)
HNG N Band not available (governmental use). However, the band may be used for short-term PMSE use if the user demand makes it necessary at certain occasions like main events. In this case the authority handles the requests on a case-by-case basis and if the frequency use can be authorised the users receive an individual license
HOL L* 2070-2110 MHz for ENG-OB only
IRL Y*! Maximum Permissible e.r.p. of 1W. Maximum channel bandwidth of 10 MHz. Maximum channel bandwidth for HD applications may be greater than 10 MHz, and could extend up to 20 MHz (taking into account the entire band 2010 - 2110 MHz). Airborne use not permitted
ISL L* Band used for FX primary. Few video PMSE licensed today in this band in a specified area
LTU Y*
LVA N Band identified for other systems
MLT Y* Technical conditions are established at the licence application stage
NOR Y*
POL L*! Granting a license in range 2070-2110 MHz requires military approval. The range 2025-2070 MHz is only in military usage
POR N Generally not available. Available on a temporary basis only
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
SUI L* Available band: 2025-2110 MHz. The use of these frequency bands for cordless cameras is on a short-term basis; channeling from 7, 8, 10, 14, 20 MHz is possible and max. 4 W e.i.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=0203;nb=11 . Other parts of the band not available (used by defence systems)
SVK N Frequency band is used by others applications or services
SVN L*! Available for PMSE: 2070-2110 MHz civil/military sharing. Not available: 2025-2070 MHz (military use)
TUR N Band not available: planned for other services
C3 2200-2300 MHz AUT L*! Different parts are restricted to different user groups as broadcaster and governmental use
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH L Only parts are available. Military use in 2200-2245 MHz. 2245-2290 MHz PBS old MW link systems for PMSE, band not allocated to any similar application in 2290-2300 MHz
BUL N ECC Report 219. Available for Cordless Cameras, Portable video links and Mobile video links
CZE N Band not available. https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/o-ctu/rsup-p_14_11-2010-15_eng_.pdf
D N Deviations from the specifications in the Frequency Plan (FreqP) could be permitted for a limited time in accordance with §58 TKG. This is provided that the frequency usages indicated in the Frequency Ordinance (FreqV) and the Frequency Plan are not adversely affected (for more details see: https://www.bundesnetzagentur.de/cln_1412/DE/Sachgebiete/Telekommunikation/Unternehmen_Institutionen/Frequenzen/SpezielleAnwendungen/Kurzzeitzuteilungen/kurzzeitzuteilungen-node.html )
DNK L* 2200-2290 MHz only
E N Band not available
EST Y* SAP/SAB. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 21.05.2013 No 35.
F L*! Temporary licenses. Use of 10 MHz bandwidth centred on 2295 MHz for ground-to-ground link. Coordination required between assigning authorities (la Défense and Space) regarding the use of the other available bands in order to avoid harmful interference. ARCEP Decision 2016-1130
FIN L*! Cordless cameras, temporary use on a case- by-case basis. Standard EN 302064. Other use includes military use
G Y*! Technology and application neutral but typically used for wireless cameras, typically licensed at 100 mW e.r.p.
GEO L*
GRC L*! Cordless Cameras. Portable/Mobile video links. 2262.5-2283.5 MHz: not available (exclusive use by security services)
HNG N Band not available (governmental use, lack of significant interest). However, the band may be used for short-term PMSE use if the user demand makes it necessary at certain occasions like main events. In this case the authority handles the requests on a case-by-case basis and if the frequency use can be authorised the users receive an individual license
HOL L* 2245-2300 MHz for ENG-OB only
IRL Y*! Centre Frequencies: 2205 MHz, 2215 MHz, 2225 MHz, 2235 MHz, 2245 MHz, 2255 MHz, 2265 MHz, 2275 MHz, 2285 MHz, 2295 MHz. Airborne use is only permitted at the following centre frequencies: 2285 MHz and 2295 MHz. Geographic limitations have been set where some centre frequencies are not available for licensing in certain listed geographic areas. Maximum permissible e.r.p.'s: Centre frequencies 2205–2275 MHz: 1W. Centre frequencies 2285–2295 MHz: 5W
ISL L* Band used for FX primary. Few video PMSE licensed today in this band in a specified area
LTU Y*
LVA N Band identified for other systems
MLT Y* Technical conditions are established at the licence application stage
NOR Y*
POL L*! Granting a license in range 2250-2300 MHz requires military approval. The range 2250-2300 MHz is only in military usage
POR Y* License always required
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
SUI L Available bands: 2170-2208 MHz and 2290-2400 MHz. The use of these frequency bands for cordless cameras is on a short-term basis; channeling from 7, 8, 10 MHz is possible and max. 4 W e.i.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=0203;nb=11 . Other parts of the band not available (used by defence systems)
SVK N Frequency band is used by others applications or services
SVN L*! Available for PMSE: 2255-2290 MHz civil/military sharing, 2290-2300 MHz civil use. Not available: 2200-2255 MHz (military use)
TUR L*! Depend on the conditions in the application form. 2200-2290 MHz not available: assigned to another service nationwide
C4 2300-2400 MHz AUT Y*! Different parts are restricted to different user groups as broadcaster and governmental use
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH Y SAP/SAB and ENG/OB as per ERC/REC 25-10, some MW links from PBS old system also exist
CZE Y* https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/o-ctu/rsup-p_14_11-2010-15_eng_.pdf
D L*! Basic parameters: frequency ranges: 2320-2350 MHz and 2384-2400 MHz; max. channel bandwidth: 20 MHz; max. transmission power: 20 W e.i.r.p.; max. radiated power: 500 W e.i.r.p. Restrictions may apply for the protection of primary users (i.a. military applications). Detailed information: www.bnetza.de/DrahtloseMikrofone ->VVnömL
DNK N Band not available, subject to ECC/DEC/(14)02
E N Band not available
EST L* 2390-2400 MHz SAP/SAB. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 21.05.2013 No 35.
F L*! Temporary licenses. Use of 10 MHz bandwidth centered on 2305 MHz. Coordination required between assigning authorities (la Défense and Space) regarding the use of the other available bands in order to avoid harmful interference. ARCEP Decision 2016-1130
FIN Y*! Cordless cameras and ENG-links 2290-2400 MHz. Channel spacing max. 20 MHz. In the frequency band 2290-2315 MHz the channels are assigned on a case-by-case basis. The frequency band 2315 - 2400 MHz is in common use for cordless cameras and ENG links subject to licence. Standard EN 300 638. Standard EN 300 744. ERC Recommendation ERC/REC 25-10
G L*! Only 2390-2400 MHz available for PMSE. Technology and application neutral but typically used for wireless camera/video links. Maximum in-band e.r.p. 20 dBW (13 dBW airborne) for wireless camera/video links. Cameras typically licensed at 100 mW e.r.p.
GEO L*
GRC Y* Cordless Cameras. Portable/Mobile video links. Temporary point-to-point video link
HNG N Band not available (governmental use, LSA use under investigation). However, the band may be used for short-term PMSE use if the user demand makes it necessary at certain occasions like main events. In this case the authority handles the requests on a case-by-case basis and if the frequency use can be authorised the users receive an individual license
HOL Y*
IRL Y*! Centre Frequencies: 2305 MHz, 2315 MHz, 2325 MHz, 2335 MHz, 2345 MHz, 2355 MHz, 2365 MHz, 2375 MHz, 2385 MHz, 2395 MHz. Airborne use is only permitted at the following centre frequencies: 2335 MHz, 2355 MHz, 2365 MHz, 2375 MHz, 2385 MHz, 2395 MHz. Geographic limitations have been set where some centre frequencies are not available for licensing in certain listed geographic areas. Maximum permissible e.r.p.’s: Centre Frequencies 2305-2325 MHz: 100 mW. Centre Frequencies 2335-2395 MHz: 5W
ISL L* MFCN in near future is possible
LTU Y*
LVA L* Limited to 2370-2400 MHz
MLT N Band not available for PMSE (earmarked for wireless broadband applications)
NOR Y* 2322-2400 MHz: used for video PMSE. 2300-2322 MHz: available but currently not used for video PMSE
POL L*! The range 2350-2400 is available. Granting a license in range 2300-2350 MHz requires military approval. Availability for PMSE will depend on the result of the harmonization work carried out in the CEPT under the EC mandate
POR Y* License always required
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
SUI Y Available band: 2290-2400 MHz. The use of these frequency bands for cordless cameras is on a short-term basis; channeling from 7, 8, 10 MHz is possible and max. 4 W e.i.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=0203;nb=11 . Geographical restriction due to defence use
SVK Y*! Conditions for the use of frequencies are stipulated in the individual authorization
SVN N Not available. (Use of the frequencies for TRA-ECS is possible in accordance with the "Mandate to CEPT to develop harmonised technical conditions for the 2300-2400 MHz ('2.3 GHz') band for the provision of wireless broadband (WBB) electronic communications services"). Current primary use of frequency band 2300-2400 MHz (Land mobile, Fixed) is possible until 01. 01. 2018
TUR L*! Depend on the conditions in the application form. Nationwide frequency assignments to other use in this band
C5 2400-2500 MHz AUT Y According to sub-class 21
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH L* SAP/SAB licensed only in 2483.5-2500 MHz. Band 2400-2483.5 MHz used for Wideband data transmission and other SRD as per ERC/REC 70-03
CZE N Band not available. https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/o-ctu/rsup-p_14_11-2010-15_eng_.pdf
D Y* Basic parameters: max. channel bandwidth: 20 MHz; max. transmission power: 20 W e.i.r.p.; max. radiated power: 500 W e.i.r.p. Restrictions apply for the protection of primary users. Detailed information: www.bnetza.de/DrahtloseMikrofone ->VVnömL
DNK N Band not available
E L* SAP/SAB and ENG/OB mobile video links in the frequency band 2400-2483.5 MHz
EST N Governmental use, SRD; see Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 21.05.2013 No 35.
F L*! Temporary licenses. Use of 10 MHz bandwidth centered on 2465 MHz and 2475 MHz for ground-to-ground and air-to ground links with geographical restrictions. Coordination required between assigning authorities (la Défense and Space) regarding the use of the other available bands in order to avoid harmful interference. ARCEP Decision 2016-1130
FIN N Band not available. However, PMSE can be used accordingly: 2400.000-2483.500 MHz WAS/RLAN Equipment exempt from licensing. See FICORA Regulation 15. Effective radiated power max. 100 mW e.i.r.p. Standard EN 300 328-1. SRD Recommendation ERC/REC/70-03. European Commission Decision 2006/771/EC, the valid technical Annex is Decision 2013/752/EU. Band 2483.5-2500 MHz not available because of Mobile satellite use
G L*! Technology and application neutral but typically used for wireless camera/video links. Maximum in-band e.r.p. 20 dBW (13 dBW airborne) for wireless camera/video links. Cameras typically licensed at 100 mW e.r.p.
GEO L*
GRC L* Availability for PMSE: 2483.5-2500 MHz only. Band 2400-2483.5 MHz not available (identified for SRDs)
HNG N Band not available (WiFi based alternatives)
HOL L* 2400-2495 MHz for ENG-OB only. License exempt in the band 2400-2483.5 MHz for non specific short range devices
IRL Y! This is a licence exempt band - Video PMSE applications are permitted to operate in the 2.4 GHz band on a licence exempt basis, provided that their operation is restricted to certain power limits, and is on a non-interference, non-protected basis
ISL L In accordance with ERC/REC 70-03 Annex 1
LTU Y*
LVA N Band identified for other systems
MLT N No demand
NOR N Not available
POL L In range 2400-2483.5 MHz apply subclass 21, 22 and 26 of Class 1 according to the Commission Decision 2000/299/EC. range 2483.5-2500 MHz is only in military usage
POR L* License always required. Only the frequency band 2483.5-2500 MHz is available
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
SUI N Band not available: Used by short range devices and MSS services (harmonised band for SRD)
SVK Y*! Conditions for the use of frequencies are stipulated in the individual authorization
SVN Y* Possible interferences from license free applications
TUR L*! Depend on the conditions in the application form
C6 2700-2900 MHz AUT N Under consideration for future use
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH N Not available: Aeronautical navigation as per ECC/REC/(02)09
CZE N Not available. https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/o-ctu/rsup-p_07_06-2015-04_en.pdf
D N Band not available
DNK N Band not available
E N Band not available
EST N Aeronautical radionavigation, governmental use, ITU RR 4.10 safety aspects of radionavigation. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 21.05.2013 No 35.
F Y*! Temporary licenses. ARCEP Decision 2016-1130 for ground-to-ground links. Coordination required between assigning authorities (ARCEP,Aviation Civile, la Défense, Météo and Radioastronomie) in order to avoid harmful interference
FIN L*! Temporary use only on a case-by-case basis. Other use: Aeronautical radiolocation, radars, military use
G N Not available
GEO L*
GRC N Band not available (used by civil Aviation Authority and security services)
HNG N Band not available (Governmental use; airspace surveillance). Compatibility issues under investigation. However, the band may be used for short-term PMSE use if the user demand makes it necessary at certain occasions like main events. In this case the authority handles the requests on a case-by-case basis and if the frequency use can be authorised the users receive an individual license
HOL N Band not available
IRL N Band not available (no current demand expressed)
ISL N Band not available
LVA N Band identified for other systems
MLT N Band not available (in use by other applications)
NOR N Not available
POL N Band not available (military usage)
POR N Not available
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
SUI N Band not available: Used by primary radar and defence systems
SVK N The Band 2700 - 2900 MHz is used for Primary Radars
SVN Y*! ECC/REC/(02)09
TUR N Band not available: planned for other services
C7 7.0-8.5 GHz AUT L*! Useable parts are: 7268-7282 MHz; 7568-7582 MHz; a licence is granted for events only and under the additional condition that FS is protected
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH N Not available: Fixed links as per ECC/REC/(02)06
CZE N Not available. https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/o-ctu/cze_rsup-p-19-12.2005-47_en.pdf
D N Band not available
DNK N Not available. Band 7975-8025 MHz: exclusive military use (NJFA)
E N Band not available
EST N Fixed links, UWB, governmental use; see Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 21.05.2013 No 35.
F L*! Temporary licenses. ARCEP Decision 2016-1130 : 10 MHz bandwidth centered on 7115 to 7245 MHz (20 MHz bandwidth could be also used)
FIN L*! Video links: The frequencies 8225, 8255, 8285, and 8315 MHz are common channels throughout Finland. Receiving satellite earth station in the frequency band 7700–8500 MHz in Sodankylä
G L*! Technology and application neutral but typically used for cameras and video links in: 7110-7250 MHz (some geographic restrictions apply); 7300-7425 MHz; and 8460-8500 MHz (some geographic restrictions apply)
GRC L* Bands available for Temporary point-to-point video link : 6425-7110 MHz, 7125-7250 MHz, 7300-7425 MHz. Band 7900-8400 MHz not available (used by security services)
HNG N Band not available. However, the band may be used for short-term PMSE use if the user demand makes it necessary at certain occasions like main events. In this case the authority handles the requests on a case-by-case basis and if the frequency use can be authorised the users receive an individual license
HOL L* 7140-7250 MHz for ENG-OB only
IRL L* For wireless camera centre frequencies in the range 7130-7420 MHz: Max e.r.p.: 5W, Max channel bandwidth: 210 MHz. For wireless camera centre frequencies in the range 7135-7415 MHz: Max e.r.p.: 5W, Max channel bandwidth: 20 MHz
ISL L* This band used for Fixed links. Not used for PMSE today. PMSE video links could be permitted
LTU Y* As application of the mobile service
LVA N Band identified for other systems
MLT Y* Technical conditions are established at the licence application stage
NOR L* Available if used inside block allocation 7900-8500 MHz, ECC/REC/(02)06, Annex 2
POL L*! Granting a license requires military approval. ranges 7250-7300, 7925-8025 MHz are only in military usage
POR N Not available
RUS L*! Band 7550-7750 MHz, and in the separate geographical region 8400-8500 MHz band. News gathering TV stations
SUI N Band not available: Used by defence systems and fixed services
SVK L*! For PMSE available only from 7138 MHz to 7195 MHz. Frequency band is used by others applications or services
SVN L*! Sharing FS P-P with PMSE under consideration
TUR L*! Depend on the conditions in the application form. 7125-7425 MHz and 7425-7900 MHz frequency bands have high fixed link usages. Besides that 7900-8400 MHz band is assigned to another service nationwide
C8 10.0-10.68 GHz AUT L* Only parts of the band available
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH Y* Available for SAP/SAB and ENG/OB. Temporary agreement instead of full license
BUL L ECC Report 219. Available for Cordless Cameras Portable video links. Temporary point-to-point video link in band 10.00-10.15 GHz
CZE L* The sub bands 10.420–10.476 GHz and 10.588–10.644 GHz are designated for SAP/SAB links within the ENG/OB applications. https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/o-ctu/rsup-p_13_12-2012-16_en.pdf
D L*! Basic parameters: frequency range: 10.4-10.68 GHz; max. channel bandwidth: 56 MHz; max. radiated power: 10 kW e.i.r.p. For 10.6-10.68 GHz: power restrictions depending on elevation angle. Detailed information: www.bnetza.de/DrahtloseMikrofone ->VVnömL
DNK L* 10.15-10.45 GHz and 10.5-10.68 GHz only
E L* SAP/SAB fixed/mobile video links in the frequency band 10-10.5 GHz
EST L* 10.3-10.45 GHz SAP/SAB links. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 21.05.2013 No 35.
F N Not available (Radiolocation, Aeronautical and fixed service usages)
FIN L* Unidirectional video links including ENG/OB radio links in the frequencies 10.015, 10.075, 10.135, and 10.427 GHz. The frequencies 10.045 GHz and 10.105 GHz are common channels throughout Finland
G L*! 10.300-10.360 GHz. Technology and application neutral but typically used for video links. Maximum in-band e.r.p. 40 dBW
GRC Y*! 10-10.6 GHz: Cordless cameras. 10.25-10.68 GHz Temporary point-to-point video link - maximum e.i.r.p. 40dBW and max power at the Antenna Input -3dBW
HNG Y* Cordless cameras: Individual license; Max. antenna input power: -3 dBW. detailed description in paragraph 2.7 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
IRL L* 16 x 10 MHz bandwidth channels available in the range 10.3-10.5 GHz. Maximum permissible e.r.p.: 5W Airborne use is permitted
ISL N Band not available
LTU Y*
LVA L* Limited to 10-10.15 GHz
MLT L* PMSE devices are allowed to operate in the frequency bands: 10.3-10.45 GHz, 10.5-10.55 GHz. Technical conditions are established at the licence application stage
NOR Y* Available if used inside block allocation
POL L*! Granting a license requires military approval. Range 10.3-10.45 GHz is only in military usage
POR Y* License always required
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
SUI Y* Band 10.0-10.6 GHz for cordless cameras: channelling of 7 and 14 MHz and max. 4 W e.i.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=0203;nb=12 . Band 10.0-10.68 GHz for SAP/SAB P to P video links: channelling of 7 and 14 MHz; 10.0-10.6 GHz: max. 40 dBW e.i.r.p. and 10.6-10.68 GHz: max. -3 dBW. For more information http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=0203;nb=51
SVK L*! For PMSE available only from 10300 MHz to 10500 MHz. Frequency band is used by others applications or services
SVN L*! For temporary usage in non-assigned bands
TUR L*! Depend on the conditions in the application form. 10-10.5 GHz is assigned nationwide and 10.5-10.68 GHz frequency band has high fixed link usages
C9 21.2-24.5 GHz AUT L*! Partly restricted to ENG/OB and governmental use
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH L* SAP/SAB and ENG/OB as per ERC/REC 25-10 (21.20-21.40; 22-23.6; 24-24.05 etc)
BUL L Available for Cordless Cameras and Temporary point-to-point video link in band 21.2-21.4 GHz
CZE L* PMSE may be used in the frequency band 22.592 - 22.704 MHz. https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/o-ctu/rsup-p_16_11-2011-17_en.pdf
D L* Basic parameters: frequency range: 21.203-21.679 GHz; max. channel bandwidth: 56 MHz; max. transmission power: 100 mW; max. radiated power: 1000 W. Detailed information: www.bnetza.de/DrahtloseMikrofone ->VVnömL
DNK L 21.2-21.4 GHz, 22.6-23 GHz, and 24.25-24.5 GHz only
E L* SAP/SAB and ENG/OB fixed/mobile video links in the frequency band 21.2-21.4 GHz
EST L* 21.2-21.4 GHz SAP/SAB links. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 21.05.2013 No 35. Otherwise fixed links.
F N Not available (Fixed service and Radio astronomy usages)
FIN L* 21.2 - 21.4 GHz ENG/OB radio links and monitoring cameras
G L*! 24.25-24.50 GHz. Technology and application neutral but typically used for video links. Maximum in-band e.r.p. 40 dBW
GRC L* 21.2-21.4 GHz Cordless Cameras. 22.6-23.6 GHz and 24.25-24.5 GHz: Cordless Cameras and Temporary point-to-point video link
HNG L* Cordless camera: 21.2-21.4 GHz, 22.6-23 GHz, 24.25-24.5 GHz; individual license; conditions based on ERC/REC 25-10. detailed description in paragraph 2.9 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* Only the bands 21.2-21.4 MHz and 22.6-23.15 GHz
IRL L* The band 22.0-22.6 GHz and 23.0-23.6 GHz is potentially available for video PMSE licensing under ComReg's point-to-point licensing scheme, available at: https://www.comreg.ie/publication/guidelines-to-applicants-for-radio-links-licences/ . Of further note, 24.00-24.25 GHz is also available in Ireland on a licence exempt basis for non-specific purposes, with a maximum e.i.r.p. of 100 mW
ISL N Band used for Fixed Service (no request for PMSE)
LTU Y*
LVA L*
MLT L* PMSE devices are allowed to operate within the frequency band 21.2-21.4 GHz. Technical conditions are established at the licence application stage
NOR L* Available if used inside block allocation 22.0-23.6 GHz; Recommendation T/R 13-02 Annex A
POL L*! Granting a license requires military approval (concerning shared range)
POR N Not available
RUS N The band is not designated for this application
SUI L* Band A: 21.20-21.40 GHz, Band B: 24.25-24.50 GHz, Band C: 21.40-22.00 GHz, Band D: 24.25-24.50 GHz. Available band A and B: Channelling of 7, 10, 14 and 20 MHz and Max. 20 W e.i.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=0203;nb=14 . Available band C and D: max 100 kW e.i.r.p. http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=0203;nb=52
SVK N No demand for PMSE applications in frequency band 21.2-24.5 GHz
SVN L*! 21.2-23.6 GHz and 24.05-24.5 GHz: Available for PMSE 23.6-24.05 GHz not available
TUR L*! Depend on the conditions in the application form. 22-23.6 GHz frequency band has high fixed link usages
C10 47.2-50.2 GHz AUT Y*! A licence is only granted for events
AZE Y* On a secondary basis
BIH Y Tuning range
BUL L Available for Cordless Cameras in band 47.20-48.50 GHz
CZE N Not available. https://www.ctu.eu/sites/default/files/obsah/o-ctu/cze_rsup-p-25-07.2006-25_en.pdf
D N Band not available
E N Band not available
EST L* 47.2-48.5 GHz SAP/SAB links. See Regulation of Ministry of Communication and Economical Affairs 21.05.2013 No 35. Otherwise fixed links and fixed satellite use.
G L*! 48.0-48.4 GHz. Technology and application neutral but typically used for video links. Maximum in-band e.r.p. 30 dBW
GRC Y* Cordless cameras
IRL N No current demand
ISL N Band not used for PMSE
LTU Y*
LVA L* Limited to 47.2-48.5 GHz
MLT Y* Technical conditions are established at the licence application stage
NOR L* Available if used inside block allocation 48.5-50.2 GHz, CEPT ERC/REC 12-11 Annex 3. No block allocation yet
POR N Not available
SUI Y* Available band: 47.2-50.2 GHz. Channelling of 7, 10, 14, 20 MHz is possible and max. 20 W e.i.r.p. For more information: http://www.ofcomnet.ch/cgi-bin/rir.pl?id=0203;nb=15
SVK N No demand for PMSE applications in frequency band 47.2-50.2 GHz
TUR Y* Depend on the conditions in the application form