The rules are changing all the time even in the Netherlands
The rules are not overall the same even in Euopra ( but we are one europa??) how come. Really no idea
A lot of mis understanding what is allowed and what isn’t allowed.

Here some rules acording to the dutch Agentschap – Telecom.

Restriction for amature radio

212-v1; 3 maart 2008

F License
400w      0,1357 – 0,1378     Only class A1A
400w      1,81 – 1,85
400w      1,85 – 1,88
400w      3,5 – 3,8
400w      7,0 – 7,1
250w      7,1 – 7,2
400w      10,1 – 10,15             Only A1A, F1A, G1A, J2A; contest not allowed
400w      10,14 – 10,15           Data, BW 500kHz
400w      14,0 – 14,35
400w      18,068 – 18,168
400w      21,0 – 21,45
400w      24,89 – 24,99
400w      28,0 – 29,7
120w      50,0 – 50,45            Only A1A en J3E
30w        50,0 – 50,45
30w        50,45 – 52,0             Crossband- en duplex not allowed
400w      144,0 – 146,0
400w      430,0 – 436,0
400w      436,0 – 440,0
120w      1240,0 – 1300,0
120w      2320,0 – 2400,0
120w      2400,0 – 2450,0     Only satelite
120w      3400,0 – 3410,0
120w      5650,0 – 5850,0
120w      10000,0 – 10500,0
120w      24000,0 – 24050,0
120w      24050,0 – 24250,0
120w      47000,0 – 47200,0
120w      75500,0 – 76000,0
120w      76000,0 – 77500,0
120w      77500,0 – 78000,0
120w      78000,0 – 81500,0
120w      122250,0 – 123000,0
120w      134000,0 – 136000,0
120w      136000,0 – 141000,0
120w      241000,0 – 248000,0

N license
120w      248000,0 – 250000,0
25w        7,050 – 7,1
25w        14,0 – 14,25
25w        28,0 – 29,7
25w        144,0 – 146,0
25w        430,0 – 436,0
25w        436,0 – 440,0

Amateur Radio use of frequency space and thus may perform various experiments. This may include the condition that they present the amateur station. Under special conditions may be approved for amateur radio experiments without their being present, or unmanned for 24 hours broadcast.

The unmanned stations are divided into beacons and relay stations. Beacons are used to propagatieonderzoek while FM relay stations are intended primarily as a tool for communication between portable and mobile amateur stations. You can also build networks with unmanned stations. Frequencies which are broadcast 24 hours a day, are not available to radio amateurs who wish to experiment and broadcast reception. Therefore, a plan for unmanned stations made so many experiments in each other’s way. For the unmanned stations to identify and use to monitor these stations have special prefixes assigned and a 3-letter suffix.

Most unmanned applications fall under one of the above station types. Experiments with other types of unmanned stations and frequency bands must be separately requested and substantiated.