ECC 700 MHz Coordination Information Repository

The 700 MHz repository displays coordination data submitted by administrations as result of the planned change of use of the 700 MHz band

In the context of the reallocation of the 700 MHz band (i.e. change of the use of the band 694-790 MHz from broadcasting to mobile service), the Radio Spectrum Policy Group’s (RSPG) report[1] indicates the need for bilateral and multilateral coordination, preferably  managed by multi country coordination groups (such as WEDDIP).

This report also concludes that the coordination process would need to be monitored and reviewed by CEPT in order to ensure the consistency between the progresses of coordination in all involved countries.

In this respect, the ECO was tasked by the ECC to develop an information repository. This would allow selected representatives from administrations and coordination groups to upload the information  they wish to make publicly available on the progress of the coordination in the UHF broadcasting band.

The repository provides information on the cross-border coordination agreements reached between neighbouring countries to reconstitute the broadcasting rights in the band 470-694 MHz as a result from the planned introduction of the mobile service in the 700 MHz band.

The European Communications Office cannot be held responsible for any incorrect information contained in the 700 MHz repository.

The 700 MHz repository can be accessed by following this link.

Information on how to use the repository can be found here.


Updated: 21 September 2022, 10:05