Procedures for consultation
The procedures for consultation to ECC deliverables are detailed in the below links.
For draft deliverables open for public consultation, comments are invited from CEPT administrations as well as any other interested parties. These should be forwarded to the ECO contact person preferably by e-mail no later than the deadline indicated.
Except in cases where a draft document is directly approved for public consultation by the ECC Plenary, the public consultation will be preceded with a two-week notification phase, where any Member may object to the public consultation. Providing no objections are received by the Office from any Member during the two-week notification phase, then the draft deliverable is considered to be approved for public consultation.
Public consultation is carried out during a minimum period of six weeks.
Click on this link to go to CEPT Reports
ECC Decisions, Recommendations and Reports:
Public Consultation on CEPT Reports in response to Mandates from the European Commission:
Comments to the deliverable interim below are invited from CEPT administrations as well as any other interested parties. These should be forwarded to the European Communications Office contact person preferably by e-mail no later than the deadline indicated. The deliverable has already been submitted to the European Commission. However, substantive observations which have not already been made in response to earlier phases of developing the Report will be received and considered accordingly. The final version of the CEPT Report will be sent to the Commission (see Appendix 8 to the ECC Working Methods).
|| Report B1 from CEPT to the European Commission in response to the Mandate on ‘Harmonised technical conditions for the 2300-2400 MHz (‘2.3 GHz’) frequency band in the EU for the provision of wireless broadband electronic communications services’. Technological and regulatory options facilitating sharing between Wireless broadband applications (WBB) and the relevant incumbent service/application in the 2.3 GHz band
|CEPT Report 56
|| Report A from CEPT to the European Commission in response to the Mandate ‘To study and identify harmonised compatibility and sharing conditions for Wireless Access Systems including Radio Local Area Networks in the bands 5350-5470 MHz and 5725-5925 MHz ('WAS/RLAN extension bands') for the provision of wireless broadband services’
|CEPT Report 57
Updated: 11 December 2014, 10:58