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SRD Regulations and indicative list of equipment sub-classes

SRD Regulations and indicative list of equipment sub-classes in accordance with the R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC)

Disclaimer: ECO has no responsibility for the content of sub-classes published in this page.

The list has been developed by the TCAM Committee of the European Commission.

All queries on the list and its content should be made to the European Commission.

Related links:

R&TTE Directive

R&TTE Guide

R&TTE Compliance Association

EFIS and National Frequency Tables

RTTE Equipment Classes

Equipment classes are defined by Article 4.1 of the Directive. The European Commission has adopted a Decision laying down an initial classification (Commission Decision 2000/299/EC of 6 April 2000).

The decision identifies two classes:

  • Class 1 equipment is equipment that can be placed on the market and be put into service without restrictions as indicated in Article 1(1) of the Decision. The Commission, in consultation with Member States, publishes an indicative and non exhaustive list of equipment falling within the scope of Class 1:

  • Class 2 equipment is equipment for which Member States apply restrictions as indicated in Article 1(2) of the Decision, which also assigns the Alert Sign as Equipment Class Identifier for this class.

    The following subclasses of Class 2 correspond to radio equipment using harmonised frequency bands for which, in consequence, notification in accordance with Article 6(4) of the Directive is not necessary:

Historical publications of subclasses:

Class 1 and 2 equipment classes can also be searched for in EFIS under documents by selecting frequency range and/or application term.

The link to the webpage of the European Commission for the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE) Directive reference documents is here.

Short Range Device Regulations

Implementation of Short Range Devices spectrum regulations

The CEPT Recommendation ERC/REC 70-03 provides valuable information concerning:
Implementation status within the EU/EEA-EFTA countries (Appendix 1).
Implementation status within the CEPT countries not being EU/EEA-EFTA (Appendix 1).
National restrictions within the CEPT countries (Appendix 3).
The full information about the Short Range Device Regulation in Europe (EC, CEPT, National implementations) is available in here in the EFIS database.

ECO contact: Thomas Weber, thomas.weber@eco.cept.org, tel. +45 33 89 63 12

Updated: 21 August 2014, 11:46