According to article 7 par. 3 of the Presidential Decree 44/ 2002 (article 6 par. 4 of Directive 99/5/EC) transposing the Directive 99/5/EC into the Greek legislation, in case of equipment operating in frequencies the use of which is not harmonized throughout the Community, the manufacturer or his authorized representative or the person responsible for placing the equipment on the market notifies EETT of his intention to place the equipment on the Greek market.
The notification must be submitted to EETT at least 4 weeks prior to the placing of the product on the Greek market. For the notification submission the OSN application (One Stop Notification) should be used (https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/enterprise-portal). OSN has been developed by European Commission to facilitate the circulation of new equipment in the European market. With this application the notifier can register the details of the equipment in a central data base maintained by EU. The responsible party in each member state is informed through an electronic message on the arrival of the notification.
Following the review of the notification and in cases of lack of agreement with the National Frequency Allocation Table, the Regulation on Temrs of Use of Radiofrequencies and the related radiointerfaces, EETT informs the notifier on the aforementioned lack of agreement.
The submission of a notification for a product is not by any means related to the frequency licensing procedure, if applicable according to the regulations in force.
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