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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
Last update: 12-10-2021
Other General review of all ECC/ERC Decisions and Recommendations >5 years old
Proposals for Decisions and Recommendations to be revised/retained/abrogated as appropriate
Regular Work item
WG FM #99, June 2021 approved the editorial update of;-

  • ECC Decision (19)04 on Airborne earth stations, 12.75 - 13.25 GHz.
ECC in March 2021 published;-
  • the revision of ECC Decision (08)01 on ITS at 5.9 GHz.

In Progress
Last update: 01-06-2021
CEPT Report , Rev. ECC Decision
Review of the RLAN VLP OOB emission limit below 5935 MHz

Review the RLAN VLP OOB emission limit below 5935 MHz with regard to an opportunity to relax it, and review and revise ECC/DEC/(20)01 as appropriate
S: 23-11-2020
T: 28-06-2024
In ECC/DEC/(20)01, the -45 dBm/MHz OOB limit below 5935 MHz for VLP would allow VLP initial market to take up. CEPT agreed that this OOB limit should be valid in time only until 31 December 2024 and be re-examined with regard to an opportunity to relax it based on the real IEEE and DSSS Urban Rail interference situation. In absence of the justified evidence, a value of -37 dBm/MHz, for the OOB limit below 5935 MHz, will be adopted from 01/01/2025.

Text added by WGFM #99 meeting 24 to 28 May 2021.
Possible alignment of ECC/DEC/(20)01 with ECC/DEC/(04)08 with respect to the “non-protected and non-interference basis” provision may be considered.

Additional deliverable added by WGFM #99 meeting 24 to 28 May 2021, - CEPT Report

In Progress
Last update: 07-03-2022
ECC Decision , CEPT Report Harmonised technical conditions for the shared use of the 3.8-4.2 GHz frequency band by terrestrial wireless broadband systems providing local-area (i.e. low/medium power) network connectivity (Task 2 of the EC mandate)

Subject to the sharing solutions and the results of Task 1, as appropriate, develop a harmonised frequency arrangement as well as the least restrictive harmonised technical conditions for the shared use of the 3.8-4.2 GHz frequency band by terrestrial wireless broadband systems providing local-area connectivity (i.e. low/medium power). These harmonised technical conditions shall avoid interference, protect relevant incumbent uses within the band and in adjacent bands, and facilitate cross-border coordination.


Based on the results of sharing studies within the3.8-4.2 GHz frequency band and coexistence studies with uses in adjacent bands, provide, where necessary, guidance on appropriate receiver characteristics for radio equipment as part of the harmonised technical conditions or/and recommend to ETSI to consider the results of those studies when developing relevant harmonised standards.
S: 07-03-2022
T: 29-03-2024

Protection and future evolution and development of incumbent users, such as earth stations and fixed links

The necessary coexistence studies with applications in adjacent bands, such as MFCN in 3.4-3.8 GHz and radioaltimeters in 4.2-4.4 GHz will be carried out by PT1 and taken into account byWG FM

PT1 to perform sharing studies and to assist in defining the harmonised technical conditions, possibly a BEM

 Meetings of PT1 and WG FM on this topic should take place in the same week and at the same location

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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