Implementation status


ERC/DEC/(97)11 of 5 December 1997 on free circulation and use of DCS 1800 mobile terminals in CEPT member countries enlarging the field of application of <a href="">ERC Decision (95)01</a>

Implementation Summary
Yes 34
Yes Partly 0
Committed 0
Planned 0
Under study 0
See remarks 0
No 3
No info 9
Country Implementation Status Date Remarks
Albania Yes 04-10-2010 Implemented through the Radio Spectrum Utilisation Plan
Andorra No info
Austria Yes 01-09-2009 General Licences Ordinance, published in Federal Law Gazette II Nr. 98/2001 (in accordance with EU Commission Decision of 6 April 2000, No. 2000/299/EC (Class 1)
Azerbaijan No info
Belgium Yes 01-09-2009
Bosnia and Herzegovina No info
Bulgaria Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented through reference in the National Frequency Allocation Table and List of radio equipment using frequency bands harmonised throughout the EU and electronic communications terminal equipment
Croatia Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented through issued general licence OD-135
Cyprus Yes 01-09-2009 Commissioners Decision (P.I.595/2004), Postal Regulation Law (L.112(I)/2004)
Czech Republic Yes 01-09-2009 VO-R/1/11.2012-13
Denmark Yes 01-09-2009 Implementation through reference in the national table of frequency allocations and executive order (at present No 459 of 23 May 2012)
Estonia Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented through reference in "Conditions for use of radio frequencies and technical requirements for radio equipment exempted from frequency authorisation"
Finland Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented by Regulation FICORA 15, see_x00D_
France No 01-09-2009 Not relevant due to the entry into force of the R&TTE directive: France cannot implement this decision any longer
Georgia No info
Germany Yes 01-09-2009
Greece Yes 01-09-2009
Hungary No 26-02-2014 ECC/DEC/(12)01 implemented
Iceland Yes 01-09-2009 Telecommunications law nr 143/1996, art. 25
Ireland Yes 01-09-2009 Free circulation is permitted under the R&TTE Directive. Statutory Instrument 107 of 1999 exempts DCS1800 terminals from the requirement to be licensed
Italy Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented by means of a decree of the President of the Republic dated 27 January 2000, published on the Italian Official Gazette no. 69 dated 23 March 2000 and a ministerial decree dated 17 April 2000, published on the Italian Gazette no. 102 dated 4 May 2000
Latvia Yes 01-09-2009
Liechtenstein Yes 01-09-2009
Lithuania Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented by the Order No.1-V27 of the Director of the Communications Regulatory Authority of 13 March 2003 on the Approval of the List of Frequencies (channels) which may be used without an individual authorisation
Luxembourg Yes 01-09-2009 Replaced by ECC/DEC/(12)01
Malta Yes 01-09-2009
Moldova No info
Monaco No info
Montenegro Yes 26-10-2010
Netherlands Yes 01-09-2009
North Macedonia Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented for pratical means, but no formal regulation
Norway Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented through national regulation
Poland Yes 01-09-2009
Portugal Yes 01-09-2009 Press release containing the Decision published (Spectru no 43, July 2002)
Romania Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented by the implementation of the R&TTE Directive by the Decision no. 88/2003 of the Government of Romania on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity published in Official Journal of Romania, Part I no.94/14.02.2003
San Marino No info
Serbia No 27-09-2010
Slovak Republic Yes 01-09-2009 General Licence VPR-09/2001
Slovenia Yes 01-09-2009 1999/5/EC
Spain Yes 01-09-2009
Sweden Yes 01-09-2009 Implemented by PTS Exemption Regulations - Free circulation de facto implemented by EU R&TTE Directive (99/5/EC)
Switzerland Yes 01-09-2009 Decreees of the Federal Council based on Telecommunications Act, FKV Art. 8 and FAV Art. 20
Türkiye Yes 21-10-2010
Ukraine No info
United Kingdom Yes 01-09-2009 Licence Exempt. Covered under the WT Exemption Regulations 1999. Statutory Instrument No 930
Vatican City No info