Policy on Intellectual Property Right (IPR)
Annex 1  Protection criteria of radiocommunication services operating below 470 MHz
Annex 2  Examples of national regulations
Appendix 1 to Annex 2  United States of America  Regulation of RF emissions from power line communication systems in the United States of America
 1     Introduction
 2     Definition of BPL
 3     Emission limits
 4     Special frequency protections
        4.1     Frequency band exclusions
        4.2     Geographical exclusion zones
        4.3     Consultation area requirements
        4.4     Consultation area notice requirements
        4.5     Public safety licensee notice requirements
 5     Interference mitigation
        5.1     Interference complaint procedures
        5.2     Adaptive interference techniques
        5.3     Access BPL database requirements
 6     Measurement guidelines
        6.1     Existing measurement requirements
        6.2     New/modified measurement requirements
 7     Equipment authorization
 8     Conclusion
Appendix 2 to Annex 2  Germany
Annex 1 to ECC Recommendation (05)04  Guidelines for the assessment of radio interference cases caused by disturbing radiations generated by wire-line telecommunication networks
Unresolved interference complaint
Interference resolution
Compliance investigation
Explanation of flowchart
Addendum to Annex 1 of ECC Recommendation (05)04  Explanation of flowchart in Annex 1 to ECC Recommendation (05)04
Annex 2 to ECC Recommendation (05)04  Mitigation techniques and considerations, including limits of the disturbance field strength, applicable to blocks 3 and 4 of flowchart in Annex 1 to ECC Recommendation (05)04
 1     Technical aspects
 2     Economic and political aspects
 3     Regulatory aspects
 4     Assessment of all criteria and circumstances
Appendix 3 to Annex 2  Japanese regulations for the power line high data rate  telecommunication systems
 1     Fundamental principle
 2     Equipment allowed to be used: In-house PLT equipment only
 3     Limits
        3.1     Conducted emission at the mains port
        3.2     Conducted emission at the telecommunication port
        3.3     Radiated emission
 4     Derivation of the limits
        4.1     Procedures
        4.2     PLT installation model and draft limits
        4.3     Japanese PLT limits
 5     Measurement conditions for the PLT common-mode current
Appendix 4 to Annex 2  Federative Republic of Brazil  Brazilian regulation on power line high data rate telecommunication systems
 1     Introduction
 2     General requirements
 3     Measurements
 4     Specific requirements
        4.1     Frequency band exclusions
        4.2     Exclusion zones
        4.3     Preventive action
        4.4     Coordination process
 5     Conclusion
Appendix 5 to Annex 2  Republic of Korea
 1     Limits
        1.1     Limits for conducted emission at power ports
        1.2     Limits for radiated disturbance
        1.3     The prohibited frequency band as use of PLT
 2     Measurement method of radiated disturbance
        2.1     Measurement methods in frequency range 9 kHz to 30 MHz
        2.2     Measurement methods in frequency range 30 MHz to 1 000 MHz