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ICELAND

  • "Some frequency bands [in Iceland] are allocated for services without individual application for licence... For Short Range Devices we follow ERC/REC T/R 70-03." This spreadsheet shows the bands for CB, MR 446, cordless phones, DECT, Nordic Mobile Telephony, and GSM handsets.
  • "Iceland uses Firetide wireless mesh in remote communities," by Pallavi B, DM Europe, 23 May 2007: "Four remote communities in and around Isafjordur, Iceland have completed their first arctic winter with wireless mesh... The network consists of four interconnected meshes and enables simultaneous voice and data communications over the same links. The meshes are centrally managed as one network from the city hall in Isafjordur..."
  • Frequency Planning in Iceland (in English) - includes links to the national frequency allocations table.

Europe - Regional Overview