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Commission Decision of 20 December 2005 on the harmonisation of the 169,4-169,8125 MHz frequency band in the Community (notified under document number C(2005) 5003) (Text with EEA relevance) (2005/928/EC) (repealed)

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Article 2Definitions

For the purposes of this Decision,

(a)

‘hearing aid’ means a radio communications system which usually includes one or more radio transmitters and one or more radio receivers allowing persons suffering from hearing disability to increase their listening capability;

(b)

‘social alarm’ means a reliable radio communications system and network including portable equipment which allows a person in distress in a limited area to initiate a call for assistance by a simple manipulation;

(c)

‘meter reading system’ means a system which allows remote status monitoring, measuring and service commands using radio communication devices;

(d)

‘tracing and asset tracking system’ means a system which allows the tracing and tracking of goods, leading to their recovery, consisting in general of an radio transmitter placed on the item to be protected and a receiver and may also include an alarm;

(e)

‘paging system’ means a system allowing one-way radio communications between the sender and the receiver using a base station with the mobile as a receiver;

(f)

‘private mobile radio communications (PMR)’ means a land mobile communications service using simplex, half duplex and possibly full duplex modes at the terminal level to provide closed user group communications.

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