Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (RTTE)

CE Marking on Equipment

The “CE” marking means that the equipment is appropriate and can also be used in the Republic of Slovenia. If the equipment is labeled with “CE!”, the Republic of Slovenia must be listed among countries where this equipment may be used. The marking itself does not mean that the equipment may be used without a decision on the allocation of radio frequencies.

Without a decision on the allocation of radio frequencies, it is only allowed to use the equipment designated as Class 1 in accordance with the RTTE directive (Directive 1999/5/EC), or specified in the Rules on radio frequencies that may be used without a decision on the allocation of radio frequencies.

Terminals and Short Range Devices

Using Devices without a Decision on the Allocation of Radio Frequencies.

Terminals and short range devices may generally be used without a decision on the allocation of radio frequencies, if they fall into one of the following categories:

  • class 1 equipment in accordance with the RTTE directive,
  • short range devices (ERC/REC 70-03),
  • terminals (exchanges/base stations require a decision on allocating radio frequencies),
  • satellite services terminals (does not include hub stations in the territory of the Republic of Slovenia),
  • radio broadcasting receivers,
  • certain frequencies for animal tracking.

System for Equipment Notification (OSN)

OSN (One stop notification) is the basic system for notifying EU member states on the manufacturers’ intent to launch a radio device on the market that uses frequency bands not harmonized across the whole territory of the EU (Directive 1999/5/EC – RTTE, Directive 1999/5/EC).

An application must include the following data:

  • radio characteristics of the equipment (especially data on frequency bands, distance between channels, type of modulation, and RF capabilities of the transmitter),
  • the ID number of the notified body from appendix IV or V to the Directive 1999/5/EC (Directive 1999/5/EC) of the European Parliament and European Council,
  • data on the manufacturer and an authorization from the manufacturer if represented by a different person.

The clients should send a filled out application to the Agency’s address or fax it to: +386 1 511 11 01, or by e-mail to

Agency for communication networks and services of the Republic of Slovenia
Stegne 7, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
T: 01 583 63 00
F: 01 511 11 01

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