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Radio spectrum licensing


Radio spectrum is a scarce national resource, therefore there is a limited number of frequencies which can be used to provide radio services. EETT is responsible for managing the radio spectrum, with the exception of state networks. The goal is to achieve optimal use of the radio spectrum by as many users as possible and minimize the occurrence of interferences which may harm the uninterrupted provision of wireless communications.

General information

Information about the licensing of services, the registry of radio frequencies and other important issues. View more

Fixed service

Communication between two or more stations at a fixed location. View more

Mobile service

Communication between mobile radio communication stations or between a radio communication station at fixed location and mobile stations. View more

Satellite service

Communication of terrestrial satellite stations with space satellite stations via a satellite link. View more

Temporary rights of use

Rights of use for covering events of limited duration (e.g., cultural events, sports). View more


Granting of rights for testing purposes to providers of electronic communications networks and manufacturers (available in Greek). View more

Telemetry / Telecommand

Use of frequencies for the operation of wireless networks for telemetry/telecommand (available in Greek). View more

Rights granted through tender process

Rights which are granted through tender procedures. View more

Experimental – Research operation

Granting of temporary rights of use for radio frequencies to private bodies and research centers only for experimental/research purposes. View more
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