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Electronic Communications Committee (ECC)

The European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT) has two Committees that report to the CEPT Plenary. These are CERP (dealing with postal matters) and ECC (Electronic Communications Committee), responsible for electronic communications matters. ECC was established in September 2001 as a result of the merger between ECTRA (responsible for general telecommunications matters) and ERC (responsible for radiocommunications matters).

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WG SE develops technical guidelines, compatibility and sharing criteria for the efficient use of radio spectrum by various radiocommunications systems and services.

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The SE Working Group has the vital function of ensuring that the usable frequency spectrum can be used with optimum efficiency and effectiveness by the various competing radio services. The major activities of WGSE involve the development of sharing criteria between radiocommunication services, systems or applications using the same frequency bands and the development of compatibility criteria between radiocommunication services using different frequency bands.

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