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In April 2011, the European Commission published several guidance documents for its revised Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC.  An overview of the guidance documents is listed below. Explanatory Guidance Document, version 1.3

  • Provides detailed explanations of the meanings under various requirements of the revised Toy Safety Directive and includes specific information on the obligations of the economic operators relative to marking requirements and obligations.

On April 12, 2011, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) published in the Federal Register the extension date for its new light bulb labeling requirements to January 1, 2012. By extending the compliance date, the FTC is providing manufacturers with an additional six months to make their products compliant with the new requirements.

斗地主达人Proposed changes to Argentina S-Mark approval process (requiring co-certificates to be issued to importers) has been postponed. S-Mark regulatory approval processes will remain in accordance with IRAM Resolution 92/98.

Proposed changes to Argentina S-Mark approval process (requiring co-certificates to be issued to importers) has been postponed。 S-Mark regulatory approval processes will remain in accordance with IRAM Resolution 92/98。

EMC Europe 2011

Posted on April 28th 2011 by

Date: September 26 – 30, 2011
Location: York, United Kingdom

斗地主达人FCC permissive changes include both Class I, which does not require that you file a measurement report with the FCC, though you should document the changes and archive the record, and Class II, which does require that you file a measurement report with the FCC。 In Europe, a Declaration of Conformity (DoC) approach can typically be used; however, it depends on the applicable Directives。

  1. The RE102 test method in MIL-STD-461E required using a 41” rod antenna below 30 MHz with the counterpoise grounded to the ground plane, which called into question the accuracy of the measurement results above the 10 MHz frequency range. To address this, MIL-STD-461F requires that the counterpoise be isolated from the groundplane.
  1. The RE102 test method in MIL-STD-461E required using a 41” rod antenna below 30 MHz with the counterpoise grounded to the ground plane, which called into question the accuracy of the measurement results above the 10 MHz frequency range. To address this, MIL-STD-461F requires that the counterpoise be isolated from the groundplane.
  2. MIL-STD-461F Figure RE102-6 shows the mid-point of the 41” rod antenna element configured 120 cm above the floor of the test chamber. Furthermore, the figure depicts the coaxial test antenna cable draped directly down to the floor where it is grounded with a 20-30 ohms impedance (at 20 MHz) ferrite bead toroid installed on the cable between the antenna base and the point at which the cable is grounded.
  3. MIL-STD-461F requires that a rod antenna with a coaxial output connector shell that is isolated from its housing be grounded to its housing.
  4. MIL-STD-461F includes changes to Navy emissions limits and applicability. Some examples are:
      1. A limit was added for below-deck applications for Navy surface ships. The below-deck limit is relaxed 20 dB from surface ship topside application limits. Under MIL-STD-461E, the below-deck and topside limits were the same.
      2. The frequency range 10 kHz – 2 MHz is now applicable to Naval Aircraft with Navy Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) capabilities.
      3. Navy aircraft must be tested from 2 MHz – 18 GHz, though equipment intended for Navy ASW aircraft needs to be qualified from 10 kHz – 18 MHz.
  5. MIL-STD-461F allows for an alternative scanning technique if the total scanning time is equal to or greater than the Minimum Measurement Time as defined in Table II of MIL-STD-461F; multiple, faster sweeps with the use of a maximum hold function may be used.

Recently, Indonesian Authority Directorate General Of Posts And Telecommunications (DGPT) changed its name to Directorate General Of Resources And Equipment For Post And Information Technology (SDPPI)。   Additionally, the Approval certificates issued by SDPPI (including renewed certificates for products that were originally issued by DGPT) have a revised certificate number format。

Recently, Indonesian Authority Directorate General Of Posts And Telecommunications (DGPT) changed its name to Directorate General Of Resources And Equipment For Post And Information Technology (SDPPI).   Additionally, the Approval certificates issued by SDPPI (including renewed certificates for products that were originally issued by DGPT) have a revised certificate number format.

Over the past year, a growing company has increased its hardware sales from North America and Europe into other countries and the product manager is challenged with finding the best way to manage international approvals (IA). Should the company try and do this work internally or find an expert firm to subcontract to? What are the pros and cons of this? Our advice: The following are several ways a company can manage its expanding international regulatory product approvals:

Over the past year, a growing company has increased its hardware sales from North America and Europe into other countries and the product manager is challenged with finding the best way to manage international approvals (IA). Should the company try and do this work internally or find an expert firm to subcontract to? What are the pros and cons of this?

Since January 2011, there have been some major changes in Ukraine’s regulatory approval requirements.

On March 14th 2011, ANATEL updated its HSPA (HSDPA and HSUPA) test requirements for cell phones and data access terminals. The previous ANATEL requirements were: ETSI TS 134 121-1 V7.3.0 – Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); User Equipment (UE) conformance specification; Radio transmission and reception (FDD); Part 1: Conformance specification (3GPP TS 34.121-1 version 7.3.0 Release 7)

On March 14th 2011, ANATEL updated its HSPA (HSDPA and HSUPA) test requirements for cell phones and data access terminals。 The previous ANATEL requirements were: ETSI TS 134 121-1 V7。3。0 – Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS); User Equipment (UE) conformance specification; Radio transmission and reception (FDD); Part 1: Conformance specification (3GPP TS 34。121-1 version 7。3。0 Release 7)

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