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Last update: 27-10-2018
Other EFIS Software Developments
To develop EFIS further to fulfil the requirements set out in respect of the ECC's strategic plan, spectrum inventory and EC Decision for EFIS
Regular Work item

WGFM instructs ECO to conduct software changes in the EFIS DB.

WGFM#92 (September 2018): new action list endorsed. The summary of the EFIS questionnaire was also endorsed.

ECC#49 (October 2018): the meeting welcomed new developments on an Application Programming Interface (API) and is looking forward for the further steps of the API implementation.

In Progress
Last update: 12-10-2021
ECC Decision Update ECC/DEC/(01)03
Update of list of EFIS application terms.
Regular Work item
In Progress
Last update: 03-10-2018
Other RIS Model Validation
EFIS/MG to validate RIS Models from originating PTs/MGs concerning compliance with the RIS Model template guidance and compatiblity with the EFIS DB.   
Regular Work item
In Progress
Last update: 30-10-2020
Other Supervise ECO Report 04 



ECO Report 04 - FS implementation in Europe

WGFM #97 in October 2020 decided to remove ECO Report 05 from the scope of this Work Item

ECO Report 05 on 'CEPT, ECC and ECdeliverables - relation to application terminology specified in ECC Decision(01)03 Annex 2'

Regular Work item
An update was endorsed by WGFM#91 in May 2018
In Progress
Last update: 13-10-2021
ECC Report Draft ECC Report - eCall Callback
Study of technical and commercial issues causing failures to the eCall callback function, as being implemented in Europe. These issues may comprise the use of specific eCall architectures and generation of CLIs. The perspective will be from both telecom and equipment (vehicle and IVS) domains and their possible interaction. The goal of the study is to raise awareness of these issues among the stakeholders from both the industry and government, in particular the European Commission.
S: 06-02-2019
T: 26-11-2021
In Progress
Last update: 13-10-2021
ECC Report Draft ECC Report on SIM-less calls to emergency services
On 5 September 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that SIM-less calls to 112 should be located[1]. A press release on the findings of the Court was issued on 5 September 2019[2].
The Court holds that the Universal Service Directive requires EU Member States, subject to technical feasibility, to ensure that the undertakings concerned make caller location information available free of charge to the authority handling emergency calls to ‘112’ as soon as the call reaches that authority, including in cases where the call is made from a mobile device which is not fitted with a SIM card.
The goal of the study is to analyse the impact of the ruling of the European Court of Justice which requires the provision of caller location information for calls to emergency services from SIM-less devices. The perspective will be from both point of view technical and legal issues in regard of calls placed from SIM-less devices to emergency services.
S: 14-11-2019
T: 28-05-2021
In Progress
Last update: 12-10-2021
ECC Recommendation T/R 61-01 (CEPT Radio Amateur Licence), T/R 61-02(HAREC) and ECC/REC/(05)06 (CEPT Novice Radio Amateur Licence).

Maintenance of T/R 61-01, T/R 61-02 and ECC/REC/(05)06 as well as update of the FAQs file (placed on the RAFG webpage) on the interpretation of these Recommendations by the ECO.

Regular Work item
ECO is updating national information in T/R 61-01, T/R61-02 and ECC/REC/(05)06 from CEPT countries on request. 
In Progress
Last update: 01-06-2021
ECC Report Feasibility of developing a central CEPT database of radio amateur licensing documentation.
To develop an ECC Report on the feasibility including pros and cons of developing a central CEPT database of radio amateur licensing documentation that can be readily consulted in order to check licence validity
S: 31-05-2021
T: 27-05-2022
WG FM issued a questionnaire (FM(21)003rev2) regarding proposals for harmonising electronic amateur licence and certification documentation and to develop a corresponding CEPT database. The positive questionnaire responses of the majority of respondents were noted and the WGFM #99 meeting agreed to move forward to consider a feasibility study in order to understand the detailed elements and scope of work needed prior to full commitment.
In Progress
Last update: 23-11-2021
Rev. ECC Report European Common Allocation Table (ERC Report 25)

Update of ERC Report 25 (European Common Allocation Table)


Regular Work item

WG FM#100 (October 2021) approved the revised ERC Report 25 (European Common Allocation Table) for publication. 

In Progress
Last update: 12-10-2021
Other Civil/Military Forum
Development of Civil/Military frequency harmonisation
Regular Work item

An overview on the civil-military meeting (23-24 November 2016 in Prague) and the results based on the presentation which was produced as the “outcome document” is in doc. FM(17)005-Annex 05.

WGFM#88 decided to keep the working methods for the Civ/Mil meeting (last revision 2010, see doc. FM(17)005-Annex 4), only subject to possible editorial amendments.

The next Civil-Military Meeting will take place 31 May - 1 June 2022 in Amsterdam at the kind invitation of the Netherlands.

In Progress
* Target dates are seen as the intended date for the final approval of the related deliverable by the responsible entity. Internal deadlines for project teams and dates for the start of Public Consultations can be reflected in the remarks column. In general this implies that the draft deliverable should be completed by the project team one WG meeting earlier for publication.
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