United Kingdom

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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.


Under study

To be reviewed post WRC-23.


Yes Partly

UK will make Channels 1019, 1020, 1078, and 1079 available for assignment to coast stations, as simplex channels.


Yes Partly

Spectrum made available in some of the bands listed for land mobile systems, are for narrow and wideband channel bandwidths.


Yes Partly

24.25-26.5 GHz is available on a shared access basis for indoor low power licences.


Yes Partly

NGSO ESIMs terminals in 14 - 14.25 GHz are authorised under an Earth Station Network licence where individual licensing of terminals is required only in a few number of cases. Attention is drawn to section 6.4 of the Minutes of the 56th ECC Plenary Meeting (https://cept.org/Documents/ecc/65437/ecc-21-057_minutes-of-the-56th-ecc-plenary-meeting)


Yes Partly

GSO land ESIMs terminals in 14 - 14.25 GHz are authorised under an Earth Station Network licence where individual licensing of terminals is required only in a few number of cases.


Yes Partly

We authorise fixed terminals in 14 - 14.25 GHz only, under an Earth Station Network licence where individual licensing of terminals is required only in a few number of cases. Attention is drawn to section 6.4 of the Minutes of the 56th ECC Plenary Meeting https://cept.org/Documents/ecc/65437/ecc-21-057_minutes-of-the-56th-ecc-plenary-meeting


Yes

UK BB-PPDR operation will be via commercial networks (Considerings; d, e, f and g). Spectrum in the band 698-703 MHz (uplink) / 753-758 MHz (downlink) is not planned for UK use


Yes Partly

Attention is drawn to section 6.4 of the Minutes of the 56th ECC Plenary Meeting https://cept.org/Documents/ecc/65437/ecc-21-057_minutes-of-the-56th-ecc-plenary-meeting


No

No demand has been made known to UK.


Yes


Yes Partly

The 2350-2390 MHz band has been awarded for MFCN and 2390 – 2400 MHz is available on a shared access basis.


Yes


Yes

see IR 2093 https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0030/84684/ir_2093.pdf


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Yes


Yes Partly

Implemented via Wireless Telegraphy (Exemption and Amendment) (Amendment) Regulations 2014


No

Not available for civil use in the UK.


No

Not available for civil use in the UK.


Yes


No

As provided for in the Decision, in the UK public authorities do not have control of SMS resources. Nevertheless, the 116XXX number range is used by mobile operators in accordance with the Decision's aims.


Yes

https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2003/74/pdfs/uksi_20030074_en.pdf


Yes


Yes Partly

The bands are licence-exempt in accordance with regulations on "Land Mobile-Satellite Service Stations": https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2003/74/pdfs/uksi_20030074_en.pdf https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0032/84659/ir2016.pdf


Yes Partly

40 dBm has primacy.


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Yes


Yes Partly

Only 5875-5905 MHz is currently available in the UK.


Yes

Fully implemented in the UK’s National Telephone Numbering Plan: https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0013/102613/national-numbering-plan.pdf


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Terminals in 14 - 14.25 GHz and 29.5 - 30 GHz are authorised under an Earth Station Network licence where individual licensing of terminals is required only in a few number of cases.


Yes Partly

Terminals in 14 - 14.25 GHz and 29.5 - 30 GHz are authorised under an Earth Station Network licence where individual licensing of terminals is required only in a few number of cases.


Yes


Yes Partly

Partly implemented (14- 14.25 GHz only). Authorised under an Earth Station Network licence where individual licensing of terminals is required only in a few number of cases.


Yes Partly

Link to Ofcom guidance on ESV: https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0013/13270/esvlicensing.pdf


No

Link to Ofcom guidance on ESV: https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0013/13270/esvlicensing.pdf


Yes Partly

Decides 1 only.


Yes

IR2098 refers (https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0023/85082/IR2098_2pt3GHz.pdf)


Yes Partly

27.5 – 27.8185 GHz, 28.4545 – 28.8265 GHz and 29.4625 – 30 GHz is available for the use of uncoordinated FSS earth stations (decides 1 refers) in accordance with UK Regulation: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2010/2512/made. Remaining parts of the band, including 28.8365-28.9485 GHz, have been made available to operators in a manner where they are able to decide on the most suitable service usage, in accordance with the terms of their licence


Yes


Under study

The provisions of this Decision, under its previous iteration, still apply in the UK.


Yes


No

UK has point to point fixed links in the band 14.25-14.50 GHz


Yes Partly

The use of recognised satellite earth station terminals in this band, is under the management of the spectrum licensees for the band (https://www.ofcom.org.uk/manage-your-licence/radiocommunication-licences/mobile-wireless-broadband/above-5ghz).


Yes


No

No identified market demand


No

PMSE not allocated in this band in the UK


Yes


Yes

Used for Cross border-coordination agreements between UK and neighbouring countries


Yes

Used for Cross border-coordination agreements between UK and neighbouring countries


Yes

Maritime operator certification under the GMDSS and STCW convention is a matter for the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA – https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/maritime-and-coastguard-agency).


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No current intention to implement


Yes

Licence exempt in the UK


Yes

(authorised via demand, case-by-case, situations only)


Yes

Licence Exempt. Covered under the Wireless Telegraphy Apparatus (Receivers) (Exemption) Regulations 1989. Statutory Instrument No 123. Although this predates the 99/26 decision, they include all receivers and therefore ROES


Yes Partly

Any application permitted under the terms of the UK licences issued, i.e. not limited to P-P and MWS


Yes Partly

149 - 150 MHz is the only band below 1 GHz that is licence-exempt in the UK.


Yes Partly

149 - 150 MHz is the only band below 1 GHz that is licence-exempt in the UK.


Yes

Maritime operator certification under the GMDSS and STCW convention is a matter for the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA – https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/maritime-and-coastguard-agency).


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Yes Partly

ROC - the harmonised content is implemented. GOC - the harmonised content is not implemented, it will be implemented for the next batch of certificates. Maritime operator certification under the GMDSS and STCW convention is a matter for the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA – https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/maritime-and-coastguard-agency).


85: T/R 61-01

Yes

For further details (call signs, equivalent licences, other specific requirements) consult Annex 2 of T/R 61-01


86: T/R 61-02

Yes

For further details (national licences corresponding to HAREC etc) consult Annex 2 of T/R 61-02