Implementation status


ECC/DEC/(20)02 of 20 November 2020 on harmonised use of the paired frequency bands 874.4-880.0 MHz and 919.4-925.0 MHz and of the unpaired frequency band 1900-1910 MHz for Railway Mobile Radio (RMR) updated 10 June 2022

Implementation Summary
Yes 10
Yes Partly 6
Committed 1
Planned 6
Under study 0
See remarks 0
No 2
No info 21
Country Implementation Status Date Remarks
Albania No info
Andorra No info
Austria No info
Azerbaijan No info
Belgium Yes 13-03-2023
Bosnia and Herzegovina No info
Bulgaria Yes 23-11-2021 Implemented by Rules for the use of radio frequency spectrum for electronic communications networks from mobile radio service after authorization, published in the Bulgarian Official Gazette No. 98 of November 23, 2021 and Rules for free use of radio frequency spectrum, published in the Bulgarian Official Gazette No. 92 of November 5, 2021
Croatia No info
Cyprus No info
Czech Republic Yes Partly 08-08-2023 RMR in the band 874.4–880/919.4–925 MHz is implemented by Radio Spectrum Utilisation Plan, Part No. PV-P/10/05.2022-4
Denmark Yes 17-08-2022
Estonia No info
Finland Planned
France Planned 09-04-2021
Georgia No 27-03-2024
Germany Yes Partly 22-10-2021 Frequencyband 1900 - 1910 MHz idetified in the national frequency utilisation plan.
Greece No info
Hungary Yes Partly 09-03-2023 Implemented for the bands 874.4-880.0 MHz and 919.4-925.0 MHz by Decree No. 7/2015 (XI.13.)NMHH on the national frequency allocation and the rules of using frequency bands. The band 1900-1910 MHz is designated but not yet made available for RMR.
Iceland No info
Ireland Planned 02-11-2022 See National Legalisation S.I. 213 of 2013
Italy Yes 25-10-2021 Implemented through the decree of Ministry of the Economic Development of 31 August 2022 and published in the Italian Official Gazette No. 214 dated 13 September 2022.
Latvia Yes Partly 06-10-2021 Frequency band 1900-1910 MHZ is not intended for Railway applications
Liechtenstein Yes 15-12-2022 873-876 MHz and 918-921 MHz used as extension bands for GSM-R as considered in ECC/DEC/(20)02 and ECC/DEC/(19)02.
Lithuania No info
Luxembourg Yes 19-12-2022 Through references in Luxembourg's national table of frequency allocations.
Malta No info
Moldova Yes 16-11-2023
Monaco No info
Montenegro Planned 21-03-2023
Netherlands Yes Partly 31-10-2021
North Macedonia Planned 13-03-2023
Norway No info
Poland No info
Portugal No info
Romania No info
San Marino No info
Serbia No 21-01-2022
Slovak Republic Yes 22-11-2023
Slovenia Planned 04-01-2021
Spain Yes 01-06-2022
Sweden Committed 22-04-2021
Switzerland Yes 01-01-2022 873-876 MHz and 918-921 MHz used as extension bands for GSM-R as considered in ECC/DEC/(20)02 and ECC/DEC/(19)02.
Türkiye No info
Ukraine No info
United Kingdom Yes Partly 24-11-2021 This Decision covers use of GSM-R in 876-880MHz/921-925MHz for which we have issued licences. We informed the ECC at the November 2020 meeting that the frequency band 1900-1910 MHz is used by PPDR/Emergency Services in the UK and is not currently available for RMR use.
Vatican City No info