Walkie talkie PMR446 use. Where you can use PMR walkie talkies in Europe
Always check again with the relevant authorities before you travel. Information can change.
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The YES countries in Europe
Cyprus: Implemented 30 April 2004. No further authorisation required for conformant transmitters/stations.
Germany: Probably no deviations
ALSO YES - SOME INTERFERENCE SOON TO END
Norway: The use of the frequencies for fixed links will cease 1.1.2005. Risk of interference from fixed links until 1.1.2005.
Italy: ERC/DEC(98)25 implemented. Risk of interference from Fixed links until 31 December 2004. The use of the frequencies for fixed links will cease on 31.12.2004
Croatia: Importing approval procedure to check that R&TTE Directive essential requirements are fulfilled and marking is correct.
Poland National type approval, individual licensing
Romania Partly. Two lowest and the highest channels not available. Individual licence, only for business use. National marking and type approval.
Sweden Licence exemption for equipment according to the relevant standards according to the requirements of the R&TTE directive
Another similar use on 6 channels above 444 MHz on 25 kHz channel spacing is already licence exempt.
Turkey Individual licence required (but licence exemption is being considered). Test reports recognised
Monaco: Frequencies used by other, individually licensed networks*******
Russian Federation: Under study #### TAKE AS A NO!
USA: Have their own FRS frequencies and type approvals!