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  1. Seniorklubbenaf 1991Introduction Presentation to Seniorklubben af 1991 – 19 April 2012

  2. Overview 19 April 2012 – 10H30 to 12H30 • Welcome (Mark Thomas) • Presentation of CEPT / ECC / ECO (Marc Le Devendec) • Numbering Activities (Jukka Rakkolainen) • EFIS (Pia Hammer Bloch) • WRC – 12 / WRC 15 (Stella Lyubchenko) • 470 – 862 MHz (Marc Le Devendec)

  3. European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations - CEPT • CEPT established in 1959 by 19 countries • CEPT's activities include: • Promote cooperation between Members • Contribute to creating a European dynamic market • Promote further European harmonisation of the radio spectrum and numbering • Ensure that the interests of industry, operators, users, consumers are counted in the European regulation • Cooperation with Partners (EU) Marc Le Devendec / ECO

  4. 48 countries are members of CEPT: Albania, Andorra, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, San Marino, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vatican Footer copy here EU states shown in blue

  5. Post Cables Radio spectrum Marc Le Devendec (ECO)

  6. CEPT - Organisation • ECC: Electronic Communications Committee –telecommunications harmonisation and European co-ordination and preparation for ITU-R meetings • Com-ITU: Committee for ITU Policy – European co-ordination for ITU meetings • CERP: European Committee for Postal Regulation –postal regulation, as well as European co-ordination and preparation for meetings of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) Marc Le Devendec (ECO)

  7. ECC: ElectronicCommunications Committee • Work towards common regulatory policies in Europe • Harmonise efficient use of the radio spectrum, satellite orbits and numbering resources • Develop European common positions and proposals, for use in the framework of ITU-R (WRC) to promote the European interests on a worldwide basis • Contribute to the free circulation and use of equipment Marc Le Devendec (ECO)

  8. ECC - Structure Footer copy here

  9. CERP: European Committee for Postal Regulation Marc Le Devendec (ECO)

  10. Com-ITU: Committee for ITU Policy • Co-ordination of CEPT actions for the following ITU meetings: Council, Plenipotentiary Conferences and other meetings as appropriate • Develop and approve European Common Proposals (ECPs) and Briefs (positions) for the work of these ITU meetings • Consult with various organisations inside or outside the CEPT and Administrations outside the CEPT, to collect information and to broaden the support of CEPT  positions Mr. Anders Jönsson (Sweden) Marc Le Devendec (ECO)

  11. European Radiocommunications Office (ERO) was establised in 1991 The European Communications Office (ECO) was formally established on 1 July 2009 ECO (European Communications Office) 2010 1991 2001 The European Radiocommunications Office (ERO) and the European Telecommunications Office (ETO) merged

  12. ECO - Missions • Provide a center of expertise • Draft long-term plans for future use of scarce resources utilised by electronic communications on a European level; • Liaise with the national authorities, as appropriate; • To support and work together with national frequency management authorities; • To conduct consultations on specific topics or parts of the frequency spectrum • To publish CEPT deliverables (Decisions and Recommendations) and keep a record of their implementation

  13. ECO Staff • 13 employees • 7 experts • 6 general staff

  14. . ECO Council • ECO Council: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom and Vatican City Marc Le Devendec (ECO)

  15. ECO Support – Web site • New web site: www.cept.org • Meeting documents • Information on the CEPT groups • Contact points for each CEPT administration • CEPT Deliverables • Calendar of meetings...

  16. ECO Support • Support to ECC activities: expertise, chairmanship, questionnaire, public consultation, publication of deliverables (http://www.ecodocdb.dk/)... • Host meetings, organise workshops • Lead the development of CEPT tools • EFIS (http://www.efis.dk/) • SEAMCAT (http://www.seamcat.org) • ECC Work Programme (http://cept.org/ecc/groups/ecc) • Central point for CEPT : • Maintaining the CEPT broadcasting Plans • Information on Radio Amateur frequencies • Central point non-CEPT

  17. More information • Web site: www.cept.org/eco • Annual Report at: www.cept.org/eco/about-eco/eco-annual-report • eco@eco.cept.org • Workshops (www.cept.org/ecc/meeting-calendar): • 2-3 May CRD, White spaces, Mainz, Germany • 5 June, SEAMCAT, ECO • 6 June, CEPT / ECC for newcomers, ECO • 7 June, WG NaN - Green Paper Workshop, ECO Marc Le Devendec (ECO)

  18. Thanks for your attention!! Marc Le Devendec (ECO)