Europe’s Conference of Post and Telecommunications Regulators (CEPT) has agreed a common position against the allocation of the UHF band (470-694MHz), currently used by DTT, to mobile services.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has welcomed a report by the Electronic Communications Committee of the CEPT, which points out some important principles to be applied to the future use of UHF frequencies.
The CEPT’s Electronic Communications Committee has finalised its report into the future of the UHF band. It’s one of the key documents for the European delegation at WRC-15.
The Electronic Communications Committee (ECC), the expert group within CEPT responsible for harmonising the efficient use of the radio spectrum across Europe, has published its draft report on a long-term vision for the UHF broadcasting band in Europe for public consultation.