Switzerland

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Yes

Terminals are license exempt on the condition that the terminals are under the control of a network for which a valid spectrum license for the Swiss territory is required.


Planned


Planned


Yes

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.


Planned

Terminals are license exempt on the condition that the terminals are under the control of a network for which a valid spectrum license for the Swiss territory is required.


Yes

Implemented, but there could be restrictions in some frequency bands due to military use.


Planned


Yes

Terminals are license exempt on the condition that the terminals are under the control of a network for which a valid spectrum license for the Swiss territory is required.


Yes

Terminals are license exempt on the condition that the terminals are under the control of a network for which a valid spectrum license for the Swiss territory is required.


Yes


Yes

Terminals are license exempt on the condition that the terminals are under the control of a network for which a valid spectrum license for the Swiss territory is required.


Yes Partly

The following frequency bands are implemented: 698-703 MHz (uplink), 753-758 MHz (downlink); 733-736 MHz (uplink), 788-791 MHz (downlink).


Planned


Yes


No

The Band is used for PMSE


Yes


Yes

Terminals are license exempt on the condition that the terminals are under the control of a network for which a valid spectrum license for the Swiss territory is required. ESOMPs shall not cause harmful interference to FS systems in Switzerland in the bands 27.9405 - 28.4445 GHz and 28.9485 - 29.4525 GHz. Conditions according annexes, including 10 MHz guard band for land ESOMP's (Annex 2.2).


Yes

Terminals are license exempt on the condition that the terminals are under the control of a network for which a valid spectrum license for the Swiss territory is required.


Yes

only in 3500 to 3800 MHz. Long term strategy for 3400 to 3500 MHz.


Yes


Yes


Yes


Yes


Yes


Yes

The exemption from the individual licensing requirement only applies subject to a valid operator's license for the Swiss territory which includes the use of individual customer terminals


Yes


Yes


Yes


No info


Yes


No info


Yes

Subject to the provision of the Decree of the Federal Council based on Telecommunications Act, FKV Art. 8 (granting of reciprocal right)


Yes


Yes


No info


Yes


Yes


Yes


Yes


Yes

Terminals are license exempt on the condition that the terminals are under the control of a network for which a valid spectrum license for the Swiss territory is required.


Yes

Terminals are license exempt on the condition that the terminals are under the control of a network for which a valid spectrum license for the Swiss territory is required.


Yes


Yes

See https://www.ofcomnet.ch/api/rir/0808/16


Yes

Subject to the provision of the Decree of the Federal Council based on Telecommunications Act, FKV Art. 8 (granting of reciprocal right)


Yes

Subject to the provision of the Decree of the Federal Council based on Telecommunications Act, FKV Art. 8 (granting of reciprocal right)


Yes


Yes


Yes

Terminals are license exempt on the condition that the terminals are under the control of a network for which a valid spectrum license for the Swiss territory is required.


Yes


Yes


Yes


Yes

The exemption from the individual licensing requirement only applies subject to a valid operator's license for the Swiss territory which includes the use of individual customers terminals


Yes


Yes


No

Band not used for MFCN.


Yes


Yes


Yes


Yes


Yes


Yes

Implemented in band 5150-5250 MHz


Yes


Yes


Yes

For further details (call signs, equivalent licences, other specific requirements) consult Annex 2 of ECC/REC/(05)06


Yes


Yes


No

Band partly used by non-civil applications


No

Band partly used by non-civil applications


See remarks

Switzerland/Liechtenstein has no official regogised institution to educate GOC candidates. Further, OFCOM Switzerland takes no GOC exams.


Yes

National Frequency Allocations Plan.


Yes

National Frequency Allocations Plan


Yes

National Frequency Allocations Plan


Yes

Implemented by revision of the Swiss National Frequency Allocations Plan (NaFZ) as well as under the provisions of the Decree of the Federal Council on Frequency Management and Radio Licensing (Article 8) and the Decree of OFCOM on Frequency Management and Radio Licensing (Article 2)


Yes

Implementation by revision of the National Frequency Allocations Plan


Yes

Terminals are license exempt on the condition that the terminals are under the control of a network for which a valid spectrum license for the Swiss territory is required.


No info


Yes


See remarks

Switzerland has no official regogised institution to educate GOC candidates. Further, OFCOM Switzerland takes no GOC exams.


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