High tariff countries' reluctance to reduce revenues by promoting the CEPT
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The TEL includes products which, due to their sensitivity to a country's economy, are temporarily excluded from the CEPT
believes use of the 24GHz frequency band will only be possible if the percentage of vehicles fitted with radars using this frequency band is restricted to 7% of vehicles in circulation in each Member State.
ASEAN leaders agreed at a summit meeting in Hanoi last year to accelerate the CEPT
scheme by lowering tariffs to zero to 5% by 2002, a year ahead of schedule.
The Memorandum of Understanding aims to support on-going activities in these areas, where the Commission mandates the CEPT
to carry out preparatory activities to harmonise the use of radio spectrum in Europe, including when it may be relevant to the Radio and the Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive (1).
The newcomers -- Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam -- will be given until 2018 to complete their CEPT
schemes, the officials said.
Since 1992, CEPT
has comprised administrations responsible for national regulations, whose duties include, on the one hand, examining public policy and regulatory affairs relating to posts and telecommunications and, on the other, encouraging the harmonisation of the various regulations.
The Commission pointed out that a CEPT
proposal to allocate the band 1518-1525 MHz to MSS (Mobile Satellite Services) was not accepted at the conference.
transporting groups of CEPT
and ANSI signals within the same STM-1 frame
GigaBeam is proud to have participated with ETSI, CEPT
and many EU regulatory administrations during the writing and release of European rules for this new frequency spectrum.