[wireless-regdb] [PATCH] wireless-regdb: Create entry for united European region
emil.petersky at streamunlimited.com
Tue Oct 29 07:57:12 PDT 2019
it seems, that EU domain is advertised by APs/Routers here in Europe.
I know, that many clients use EU domain (at least internally in
firmware) as well.
I would like to add it and use it along with setting for individual EU
In attachment you can see an example of a wi-fi scan in apartment-house
in Vienna (Austria).
Thanks and best regards,
On 29/10/2019 14:08, Seth Forshee wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 17, 2019 at 11:55:07AM +0200, Emil Petersky wrote:
>> Create entry for united European region, as usage of frequency bands
>> is harmonized over EU and almost all CEPT countries as well.
>> All EU countries and almost all CEPT countries accepted decisions
>> 2005/513/EC (5GHz RLAN, EN 301 893)
>> and 2006/771/EC (amended by 2008/432/EC, Short-Range Devices, EN 300 440)
>> EU decision 2005/513/EC:
>> EU decision 2006/771/EC:
>> Harmonized CEPT countries:
>> Such decision make sense to create united European region (EU) in regdb
>> United region for EU in regdb will enable much easier handling of proper
>> wlan parameters on embedded devices sold across the Europe.
> I'm a little curious about this one. I do agree that it would simplify
> things, but is an EU contry code something standard that wireless APs
> generally will advertise, or that clients will understand?
> And we do still have all the individual countries to maintain. Maybe it
> would make sense to define an EU region as rules that countries could
> inherit, and then have rules for any deviations from the common EU
> rules. Thoughts?
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