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|2009-10-30||CEPT Report 032||Report from CEPT to the European Commission in response to the Mandate on
“Technical considerations regarding harmonisation options for the digital dividend in the European Union”
“Recommendation on the best approach to ensure the continuation of existing Program Making and Special Events (PMSE) services operating in the UHF (470-862 MHz), including the assessment of the advantage of an EU-level approach”
|2013-03-08||CEPT Report 050||Report A from CEPT to the European Commission in response to the Mandate “On technical conditions regarding spectrum harmonisation options for wireless radio microphones and cordless video-cameras (PMSE equipment)”.
Technical conditions for the use of the bands 821-832 MHz and 1785-1805 MHz for wireless radio microphones in the EU
|2013-11-08||CEPT Report 051||Report B from CEPT to the European Commission in response to the Mandate “On technical conditions regarding spectrum harmonisation options for wireless radio microphones and cordless video-cameras”.
Technical conditions for ensuring the sustainable operation of cordless video-cameras
|2002-05-29||ECC Report 011||Strategic plans for the future use of the frequency bands 862-870 MHz and 2400-2483.5 MHz for Short Range Devices||Active|
|2002-10-12||ECC Report 017||Sharing between EESS (Passive) and video SAP/SAB links in the band 10.6-10.68 GHz||Active|
|2002-10-12||ECC Report 018||Compatibility and sharing studies between the RAS operating in the band 10.6-10.7 GHz and other services||Active|
|2006-06-22||ECC Report 083||Licence exemption and its impact on the funding of the radio administration||Active|
|2007-02-20||ECC Report 100||Compatibility studies in the band 3400- 3800 MHz between Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) systems and other services||Active|
|2010-09-21||ECC Report 149||Analysis on compatibility of Low Power-Active Medical Implant (LP-AMI) applications within the frequency range 2360-3400 MHz, in particular for the band 2483.5-2500 MHz, with incumbent services||Active||
|2011-05-12||ECC Report 164||Compatibility between Wide Band Low Activity Mode (WLAM) automotive radars in the frequency range 24.25 GHz to 24.5 GHz, and other radiocommunication systems/services||Active|
|2013-09-25||ECC Report 201||Compatibility study between MBANS operating in the 2400-2483.5 MHz and 2483.5-2500 MHz and other systems in the same bands or in adjacent bands
|2014-02-11||ECC Report 204||Spectrum use and future requirements for PMSE||Active|
|2014-05-13||ECC Report 215||Assessment of the technical feasibility of introducing very narrow channel spacing in some existing plans, in guard bands and center gaps of FWS channel arrangement at 6 GHz and 10 GHz||Active|
|2016-01-29||ECC Report 243||Wireless video links in the frequency bands 2700-2900 MHz and 2900-3400 MHz||Active|
|2019-03-08||ERC Report 025||The European table of frequency allocations and applications in the frequency range 8.3 kHz to 3000 GHz
The ECA Table is integrated in the EFIS database. There is also an Excel Version of the ECA Table available.
Note: older versions are available under attachments.
|1995-05-01||ERC Report 038||Handbook on radio equipment and systems video links for ENG/OB use||Active|
|1996-10-01||ERC Report 042||Handbook on radio equipment and systems radio microphones and simple wide band audio links||Active|
|2000-02-01||ERC Report 088||Compatibility and sharing analysis between DVB-T and radio microphones in bands IV and V||Active|
|2000-10-15||ERC Report 089||Compatibility and sharing analysis between DVB-T and Talkback links in bands IV and V||Active|
|2000-10-15||ERC Report 090||Compatibility and sharing analysis between DVB-T and OB (Outside Broadcast) audio links in bands IV and V||Active|
|1999-11-29||ERC/DEC/(99)23||ERC Decision of 29 November 1999 on the harmonised frequency bands to be designated for the introduction of High Performance Radio Local Area Networks (HIPERLANs)||Withdrawn by ECC/DEC/(04)08|
|1998-09-25||ERC/REC 13-04||Preferred frequency bands for fixed wireless access in the frequency range between 3 and 29.5 GHz||Withdrawn|
|2016-10-18||ERC/REC 25-10||ERC Recommendation of 1995 on frequency Ranges for the Use of Terrestrial Audio and Video Programme Making and Special Events (PMSE) applications, latest amended on 18 October 2016||Active|
|2020-06-12||ERC/REC 70-03||ERC Recommendation of 1997 on relating to the use of Short Range Devices (SRD), latest amended on 12 June 2020
|2019-05-29||T/R 13-02||Recommendation T/R of 1993 on preferred channel arrangements for fixed service systems in the frequency range 22.0-29.5 GHz, revised 15 May 2010 and amended 29 May 2019