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EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
2009 - 2014
<Commission>{ITRE}Committee on Industry, Research and Energy</Commission>
<RefProc>2010/0252</RefProc><RefTypeProc>(COD)</RefTypeProc>
<Date>{14/03/2011}14.3.2011</Date>
<TypeAM>AMENDMENTS</TypeAM>
<RangeAM>207 - 402</RangeAM>
<TitreType>Draft report</TitreType>
<Rapporteur>Gunnar Hökmark</Rapporteur>
<DocRefPE>(PE454.746v01-00)</DocRefPE>
<Titre>Establishing the first radio spectrum policy programme</Titre>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<DocRef>(COM(2010)0471 – C7‑0270/2010 – 2010/0252(COD))</DocRef>
AM_Com_LegReport
<RepeatBlock-Amend><Amend>Amendment <NumAm>207 ++ </NumAm>
<Members>Jan Březina, Alajos Mészáros</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives;
(a) ensure that sufficient and appropriate spectrum is allocated for wireless services, considering all technological solutions, amounting to at least 1200 Mhz by 2015, unless specified otherwise in the Radio Spectrum Policy Programme, in order to meet a rapidly growing demand for mobile data traffic, thereby allowing the development of commercial and public services;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>208 - </NumAm>
<Members>Hella Ranner</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives;
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union spectrum policy objectives and in order to meet a rapidly growing demand for mobile data traffic whilst at the same time ensuring the development of other spectrum users such as broadcasting;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>209 </NumAm>
<Members>Patrizia Toia</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives;
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives, while taking into account important general interest objectives such as cultural diversity and media pluralism, as well as the interests of various radio spectrum users;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>210 </NumAm>
<Members>Giles Chichester</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives;
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives, while taking into account general interest objectives such as cultural diversity and media pluralism, as well as the interests of various radio spectrum users.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>211 - </NumAm>
<Members>Jean-Pierre Audy</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives;
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives, while taking account of major general interest objectives, such as cultural diversity and media pluralism , and the interests of the various spectrum users;
Or. <Original>{FR}fr</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>212 </NumAm>
<Members>Henri Weber</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives;
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives, and take account of the major general interest objectives of cultural diversity and media pluralism, and the interests of the various spectrum users;
Or. <Original>{FR}fr</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>213</NumAm>
<Members>Catherine Trautmann</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives;
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives, while taking into account important general interest objectives such as cultural diversity and media pluralism, as well as the interests of various radio spectrum users;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>214</NumAm>
<Members>Paul Rübig</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives;
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner in particular to support policy objectives such as the prioritisation of broadband and safeguarding competition in particular through a timely implementation of Directive 2009/114/EC (revised GSM Directive)*;
_____________________
* OJ L 274, 20.10.2009, p. 25.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>215 - </NumAm>
<Members>Sabine Verheyen, Herbert Reul</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives;
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union spectrum policy objectives and in order to meet a rapidly growing demand for mobile data traffic whilst at the same time ensuring the development of other spectrum users such as broadcasting;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>216</NumAm>
<Members>Angelika Niebler</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives;
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives whilst taking account of the social, cultural and economic significance of spectrum as a whole;
Or. <Original>{DE}de</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>217 - </NumAm>
<Members>Petra Kammerevert</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support Union policy objectives;
(a) make sufficient appropriate spectrum available in a timely manner to support the objectives of Union spectrum policy, whilst taking account of the scope for the development of radio broadcasting;
Or. <Original>{DE}de</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>218</NumAm>
<Members>Jan Březina, Alajos Mészáros</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a a (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(aa) bridge the digital divide and realise the objectives of the Digital Agenda, ensuring that all Union citizens have access to broadband services, not less than 30 Mbps by 2020, taking into account the audiovisual nature of the expected demand, and making it possible for the Union to have the highest possible broadband speed and capacity;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>219</NumAm>
<Members>Silvia-Adriana Ţicău</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a a (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(aa) bridge the digital divide and achieve the objectives of the Digital Agenda, ensuring that all Union citizens have access to broadband services, at not less than 30 Mbps by 2020, clearing the way for the provision of broadband services at the highest possible speed and capacity throughout the EU;
Or. <Original>{RO}ro</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>220 +</NumAm>
<Members>Jean-Pierre Audy</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a a (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(aa) ensure that sufficient and appropriate spectrum is allocated for wireless services, in order to meet the rapidly growing demand for mobile data transfer, thereby fostering the development of commercial and public services;
Or. <Original>{FR}fr</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>221</NumAm>
<Members>Sabine Verheyen, Herbert Reul</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a a (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(aa) encouraging efficient use of spectrum to meet the increasing demand for use of frequencies, at the same time taking account of the social, cultural, educational and economic value of spectrum as a whole;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>222 ?</NumAm>
<Members>Hella Ranner</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a a (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(aa) encouraging efficient use of spectrum to meet the increasing demand for use of frequencies, at the same time taking account of the social, cultural and economic value of spectrum as a whole;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>223</NumAm>
<Members>Silvia-Adriana Ţicău</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point a b (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(ab) providing opportunities for both the business and services sectors through the provision of increased broadband capacity;
Or. <Original>{RO}ro</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>224 ?</NumAm>
<Members>Jan Březina, Alajos Mészáros</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point b </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through the application of the principles of technology and service neutrality, the opening of spectrum to new services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights;
(b) enhance flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through a consistent application of the principles of technology and service neutrality applied in a consistent manner across the Union so as to ensure a level playing field between the technological solutions that may be adopted and through adequate regulatory predictability, the opening of harmonised spectrum to new advanced services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights, thereby creating opportunities for pan-European structures to be established;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>225</NumAm>
<Members>Petra Kammerevert</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point b </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through the application of the principles of technology and service neutrality, the opening of spectrum to new services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights;
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through the application of the principles of technology and service neutrality, the opening of spectrum to new services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights; in that connection, Member States may take measures which depart from this principle if the measures in question serve the objectives referred to in Article 9(4), letters a to d, of the Framework Directive;
Or. <Original>{DE}de</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>226</NumAm>
<Members>Hella Ranner</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point b </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through the application of the principles of technology and service neutrality, the opening of spectrum to new services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights;
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through the application of the principles of technology and service neutrality, the opening of spectrum to new services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights; in that connection, Member States may take measures which depart from this principle if the measures in question serve the objectives referred to in Article 9(4), letters a to d, of the Framework Directive;
Or. <Original>{DE}de</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>227</NumAm>
<Members>Robert Goebbels, Catherine Trautmann</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point b </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through the application of the principles of technology and service neutrality, the opening of spectrum to new services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights;
(b) enhance the efficient use of spectrum by fostering, where appropriate, flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through the application of the principles of technology and service neutrality and through adequate regulatory predictability, the opening of spectrum to new services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>228</NumAm>
<Members>Ioan Enciu</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point b </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through the application of the principles of technology and service neutrality, the opening of spectrum to new services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights;
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through the application of the principles of technology and service neutrality, the opening of spectrum to new services and SMEs, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>229</NumAm>
<Members>Gunnar Hökmark</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point b </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through the application of the principles of technology and service neutrality, the opening of spectrum to new services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights;
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through the consistent application of the principles of technology and service neutrality and through adequate regulatory predictability, the opening up of harmonised spectrum to new advanced services and the possibility to trade spectrum rights, thereby creating opportunities for pan-European services to be developed;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>230</NumAm>
<Members>Giles Chichester</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point b </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through the application of the principles of technology and service neutrality, the opening of spectrum to new services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights;
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through a consistent application of the principles of technology and service neutrality and through adequate regulatory predictability, the opening of harmonised spectrum to new advanced services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights; thereby opening up for pan-European services;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>231</NumAm>
<Members>Jean-Pierre Audy</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point b </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through the application of the principles of technology and service neutrality, the opening of spectrum to new services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights;
(b) maximise flexibility in the use of spectrum, to promote innovation and investment, through a consistent application of the principles of technology and service neutrality and through adequate regulatory predictability, the opening of harmonised spectrum to new advanced services, and the possibility to trade spectrum rights in accordance with the existent regulatory framework;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>232 - -</NumAm>
<Members>Sabine Verheyen, Herbert Reul</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point b a (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(ba) make more efficient use of spectrum by favouring technologies which take up little spectrum and combining this with the use of technologies, such as hot spots, Wifi, etc., which do not need any spectrum at all;
Or. <Original>{DE}de</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>233 + + +</NumAm>
<Members>Catherine Trautmann</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point c </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(c) enhance the efficient use of spectrum by harnessing the benefits of general authorisations and increasing the use of such types of authorisation;
(c) enhance the efficient use of spectrum by harnessing the benefits of general authorisations and increasing the use of such types of authorisation, as well as the development of license-exempt spectrum for innovation. Such uses could be envisaged in particular in white spaces through cognitive technologies, provided that a proper impact assessment is made;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>234 +</NumAm>
<Members>Catherine Trautmann</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point c a (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(ca) encourage passive infrastructure sharing where this would be proportionate and non-discriminatory, as envisaged in Article 12 of Directive 2002/21/EC;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>235</NumAm>
<Members>Silvana Koch-Mehrin</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point d </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(d) maintain and develop effective competition, in particular in electronic communication services, by preventing ex ante, or remedying ex post, excessive accumulation of radio frequencies by certain economic operators which results in significant harm to competition;
(d) maintain and develop effective competition, in particular in electronic communication services, by preventing ex ante, or remedying ex post, excessive accumulation of radio frequencies by certain economic operators which is likely to distort competition (e.g. when implementing Directive 2009/114/EC (revised GSM Directive));
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>236 +</NumAm>
<Members>Lena Kolarska-Bobińska</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point d </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(d) maintain and develop effective competition, in particular in electronic communication services, by preventing ex ante, or remedying ex post, excessive accumulation of radio frequencies by certain economic operators which results in significant harm to competition;
(d) maintain and develop effective competition, in particular in electronic communication services, by preventing ex ante, or remedying ex post, excessive accumulation of radio frequencies by certain economic operators which results in significant harm to competition by means of withdrawal of frequency rights or other measures;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>237</NumAm>
<Members>Ioan Enciu</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point d </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(d) maintain and develop effective competition, in particular in electronic communication services, by preventing ex ante, or remedying ex post, excessive accumulation of radio frequencies by certain economic operators which results in significant harm to competition;
(d) maintain and develop effective competition, in particular in electronic communication services, by preventing ex ante, or remedying ex post, excessive accumulation of radio frequencies by certain economic operators which results in significant harm to competition and distortion in the market;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>238 +</NumAm>
<Members>Matthias Groote</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point d </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(d) maintain and develop effective competition, in particular in electronic communication services, by preventing ex ante, or remedying ex post, excessive accumulation of radio frequencies by certain economic operators which results in significant harm to competition;
(d) maintain and develop effective competition, in particular in electronic communication services, by preventing ex ante, or remedying ex post, excessive accumulation of radio frequencies by certain economic operators which is highly likely to distort competition;
Or. <Original>{DE}de</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>239</NumAm>
<Members>Catherine Trautmann</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point e </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(e) reduce the fragmentation of the internal market by enhancing coordination and harmonisation of technical conditions for the use and availability of spectrum, as appropriate, including the development of transnational services, and by promoting economies of scope and scale at Union level;
(e) reduce the fragmentation of the internal market in order to establish a pan-European level playing field, by enhancing coordination and harmonisation of technical conditions for the use and availability of spectrum, as appropriate, including the development of transnational services, and by promoting economies of scope and scale at Union level;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>240</NumAm>
<Members>Hella Ranner</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point f </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(f) avoid harmful interference or disturbance by other radio or non-radio devices by facilitating the development of standards allowing for flexible and efficient use of spectrum, and increasing immunity of receivers to interference, taking particular account of the cumulative impact of the increasing volumes and density of radio devices and applications;
(f) avoid harmful interference or disturbance between other radio or non-radio devices by facilitating the development of standards allowing for flexible and efficient use of spectrum, such as increasing immunity of receivers to interference and setting appropriate power levels for emitting radio equipment, taking particular account of the cumulative impact of the increasing volumes and density of radio devices and applications;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>241</NumAm>
<Members>Bogdan Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point g </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(g) in defining the technical conditions for the allocation of spectrum, take full account of the results of research certified by the relevant international organisations into the potential effects on human health of electromagnetic field emissions.
(g) in defining the technical conditions for the allocation of spectrum, take full account of the results of research certified by the relevant international organisations into the potential effects on human health of electromagnetic field emissions and apply them in a technology and service neutral way.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>242</NumAm>
<Members>Jean-Pierre Audy</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point g </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(g) in defining the technical conditions for the allocation of spectrum, take full account of the results of research certified by the relevant international organisations into the potential effects on human health of electromagnetic field emissions.
(g) in defining the technical conditions for the allocation of spectrum, take full account of the results of research certified by the relevant international organisations into the potential effects on human health of electromagnetic field emissions and apply them in a technology and service neutral way.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>243</NumAm>
<Members>Silvia-Adriana Ţicău</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point g a (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(ga) ensuring the accessibility of new consumer products and technologies so as to secure consumer endorsement for the transition to digital technology and efficient use of the digital dividend;
Or. <Original>{RO}ro</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>244 +</NumAm>
<Members>Lena Kolarska-Bobińska</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point g a (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(ga) in defining those areas of the spectrum which should be made open for use without licensed rights and/or reserved to scientific research;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>245 + + +</NumAm>
<RepeatBlock-By>
<Members>Philippe Lamberts</Members><AuNomDe>{Verts/ALE} on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group</AuNomDe>
</RepeatBlock-By>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point g a (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(ga) promote reuse of existing internet protocols and technologies for digital spectrum services;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>246</NumAm>
<RepeatBlock-By>
<Members>Philippe Lamberts</Members><AuNomDe>{Verts/ALE} on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group</AuNomDe>
</RepeatBlock-By>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point g b (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(gb) reduce the Union's carbon footprint by enhancing the technical efficiency of wireless communication networks and applications;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>247</NumAm>
<Members>Paul Rübig</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 3 – point g b (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
(gb) reduce the Union's carbon footprint by enhancing the technical efficiency of wireless communication networks and applications;
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>248</NumAm>
<Members>Jean-Pierre Audy</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 1 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
1. Member States shall adopt by 1 January 2013 authorisation and allocation measures appropriate for the development of broadband services, in conformity with Directive 2002/20/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the authorisation of electronic communications networks and services (Authorisation Directive), such as allowing relevant operators, where possible and on the basis of consultations in accordance with Article 11, direct or indirect access to contiguous blocks of spectrum of at least 10 MHz.
1. Member States shall adopt by 1 January 2013 authorisation and allocation measures appropriate for the development of broadband services, in conformity with Directive 2002/20/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the authorisation of electronic communications networks and services (Authorisation Directive).
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>249</NumAm>
<Members>Jan Březina, Alajos Mészáros</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 1 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
1. Member States shall adopt by 1 January 2013 authorisation and allocation measures appropriate for the development of broadband services, in conformity with Directive 2002/20/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the authorisation of electronic communications networks and services (Authorisation Directive)12 , such as allowing relevant operators, where possible and on the basis of consultations in accordance with Article 11, direct or indirect access to contiguous blocks of spectrum of at least 10 MHz.
1. Member States shall adopt by 1 January 2013 authorisation and allocation measures that are similar to each other and appropriate for the development of broadband services, in conformity with Directive 2002/20/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the authorisation of electronic communications networks and services (Authorisation Directive)12 , such as allowing relevant terrestrial operators, where possible and on the basis of consultations in accordance with Article 11, direct or indirect access to contiguous blocks of spectrum of at least 10 MHz, thereby allowing the highest possible capacity and broadband speeds to be achieved, as well as making effective competition possible.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>250</NumAm>
<Members>Silvia-Adriana Ţicău</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 1 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
1. Member States shall adopt by 1 January 2013 authorisation and allocation measures appropriate for the development of broadband services, in conformity with Directive 2002/20/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the authorisation of electronic communications networks and services (Authorisation Directive), such as allowing relevant operators, where possible and on the basis of consultations in accordance with Article 11, direct or indirect access to contiguous blocks of spectrum of at least 10 MHz.
1. Member States shall adopt by 1 January 2013 authorisation and allocation measures appropriate for the development of broadband services, in conformity with Directive 2002/20/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the authorisation of electronic communications networks and services (Authorisation Directive), such as allowing, where possible and on the basis of consultations in accordance with Article 11, direct or indirect access to contiguous blocks of spectrum of at least 10 MHz.
Or. <Original>{RO}ro</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>251 + + +</NumAm>
<Members>Catherine Trautmann</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 2 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
2. Member States shall foster, in cooperation with the Commission, the collective use of spectrum as well as shared use of spectrum.
2. Member States shall foster, in cooperation with the Commission, the collective use of spectrum as well as shared and license-exempt use of spectrum, for example in white spaces after proper impact assessment is made.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>252 </NumAm>
<Members>Leonidas Donskis</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 2 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
2. Member States shall foster, in cooperation with the Commission, the collective use of spectrum as well as shared use of spectrum.
2. Member States shall foster, where appropriate, in cooperation with the Commission, the collective use of spectrum as well as shared use of spectrum by enabling new technologies, such as cognitive radio, to develop.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>253 </NumAm>
<Members>Jens Rohde, Fiona Hall</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 2 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
2. Member States shall foster, in cooperation with the Commission, the collective use of spectrum as well as shared use of spectrum.
2. Member States shall foster, in cooperation with the Commission, the collective use of spectrum as well as shared use of spectrum through the application of new technologies such as cognitive radio.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>254 +++</NumAm>
<RepeatBlock-By>
<Members>Philippe Lamberts</Members><AuNomDe>{Verts/ALE} on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group</AuNomDe>
</RepeatBlock-By>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 2 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
2. Member States shall foster, in cooperation with the Commission, the collective use of spectrum as well as shared use of spectrum.
2. Member States shall foster, in cooperation with the Commission, the collective use of spectrum as well as shared and unlicensed use of spectrum.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>255</NumAm>
<RepeatBlock-By>
<Members>Philippe Lamberts</Members><AuNomDe>{Verts/ALE} on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group</AuNomDe>
<Members>Henri Weber</Members>
</RepeatBlock-By>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 3 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
3. Member States and the Commission shall cooperate to develop and harmonise standards for radio equipment and telecommunications terminals as well as for electric and electronic equipment and networks based where necessary upon standardisation mandates from the Commission to the relevant standardisation bodies
3. Member States and the Commission shall cooperate to develop and harmonise standards for radio equipment and telecommunications terminals as well as for electric and electronic equipment and networks based where necessary upon standardisation mandates from the Commission to the relevant standardisation bodies. Special attention shall also be given to standards for equipment to be used by disabled people, without depriving them of the right to use non-standardised equipment if that is their preference.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>256 + +</NumAm>
<Members>Catherine Trautmann</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 3 a (new) </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
3a. Member States shall intensify R&D on new technologies such as cognitive technologies as their development could represent an added-value in the future in terms of efficiency of spectrum use.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>257 - </NumAm>
<Members>Hella Ranner</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 4 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
4. Member States shall ensure that selection conditions and procedures promote investment and efficient use of spectrum.
4. Member States shall ensure that selection conditions and procedures promote investment and efficient use of spectrum and co-existence between new and existing services and devices to the benefit of end users and consumers, and by establishing measures such as stakeholder dialogues and compensation mechanisms.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>258</NumAm>
<Members>Giles Chichester</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 4 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
4. Member States shall ensure that selection conditions and procedures promote investment and efficient use of spectrum.
4. Member States shall ensure that selection conditions and procedures promote investment and efficient use of spectrum. In addition, Member States shall promote the ongoing efficient use of spectrum for both networks and user applications.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>259</NumAm>
<Members>Paul Rübig</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 4 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
4. Member States shall ensure that selection conditions and procedures promote investment and efficient use of spectrum.
4. Member States shall ensure that selection conditions and procedures promote investment and efficient use of spectrum. In addition, Member States shall introduce incentives for the efficient use of spectrum for both networks and applications.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>260</NumAm>
<Members>Henri Weber, Philippe Lamberts</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 4 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
4. Member States shall ensure that selection conditions and procedures promote investment and efficient use of spectrum.
4. Member States shall ensure that selection conditions and procedures promote investment and efficient use of spectrum, in addition, incentives to make wireless hardware and software equipment more spectrum efficient shall be introduced.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>261</NumAm>
<Members>Catherine Trautmann</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 4 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
4. Member States shall ensure that selection conditions and procedures promote investment and efficient use of spectrum.
4. Member States shall ensure that selection conditions and procedures promote investment and efficient use of spectrum as well as co-existence between new and existing services and devices.
Or. <Original>{EN}en</Original>
</Amend>
<Amend>Amendment <NumAm>262</NumAm>
<Members>Jens Rohde, Fiona Hall</Members>
<DocAmend>Proposal for a decision</DocAmend>
<Article>Article 4 – paragraph 4 </Article>
Text proposed by the Commission
Amendment
4. Member States shall ensure that selection conditions and procedures promote investment and efficient use of spectrum.
4. Member States shall ensure that selection conditions and procedures promote competition and a pan-European level playing field, investment and efficient use of spectrum.