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The FCC has proposed to adopt by reference the requirements of addressing measurement procedures used in the testing of transmitters. In a Public Notice issued April 1, 2016, the FCC formally requested public comments on its decision to incorporate the requirements of ANSI C63.26-2015, “American National Standard for Compliance Testing of Transmitters Used in License Radio Services,” as part of its effort to update and modernize its rules and procedures for the authorization of radiofrequency devices.

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On April 8, 2016, the FCC published guidance documents on the FCC Pre-Approval Guidance (PAG) procedure, formerly known as the Permit But Ask (PBA) procedure. provides the current list of devices that are subject to the Pre-Approval Guidance procedure and provides the Pre-Approval Guidance procedures. The changes to the Pre-Approval Guidance List v16r02 are as follows:

  • Removed requirements to submit PAG samples for UWB devices
  • Clarified EMC simultaneous transmission requirements
  • Clarified confidentiality issues
  • Removed VoLTE HAC but kept VoWiFi
  • Removed signal boosters
  • Removed UNII-1 and Wi-Fi client peer-peer applications

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On May 26, 2016, the FCC's Enforcement Bureau (EB) Enforcement Advisory No. 2016-05, WARNING: FCC Authorized Equipment Must be Used in Compliance with All Laws and Rules Persons or Businesses Using Authorized Equipment In a Manner that Violates Federal Law or the Commission’s Rules Are Subject to Enforcement Action -

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On April 28, 2016, the FCC reaffirmed its decision to create the innovative  in the 3550-3700 MHz (3。5 GHz) band, and took additional steps to finalize the rules。 The FCC established the 3。5 GHz band as an innovation band, where it is breaking down age-old regulatory barriers to create a space for a wide variety of users to coexist by sharing spectrum。

As a result of technological innovations and a focus on spectrum sharing, the FCC was able to open up 100 MHz of spectrum previously unavailable for commercial uses, and added it to the existing commercial spectrum, resulting in a 150 MHz contiguous band. These new rules finalize the framework for the Citizens Broadband Radio Service, providing an opportunity to leverage these new innovations in spectrum licensing and access schemes to meet the needs of a variety of users, simultaneously.

By finalizing the rules, the stage is set for the next steps, including certifying Spectrum Access System Administrators and Environmental Sensing Capability Operators, holding a future auction, and making service in this band a reality.

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The Telecommunications Certification Body Council (TCBC) will host its Spring 2016 Workshop April 12-14, 2016 at the Holiday Inn - Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland. Additionally, the workshop offers a one-day Basic Training April 11, geared toward training personnel new to the industry, which is then followed by the regular 3-day workshop April 12-14, 2016 which includes the following:

  • FCC Updates and Roundtable discussions
  • Updates from Industry Canada, Japan MIC, NIST
  • International discussions on Gulf States, Middle-East Regulatory
  • TCB Panel session
  • CISPR 32 and ANSI C63.4 & C63.10 Review/Updates
  • RED updates
  • LTE Basics, BT/ANT+, Wireless Charging Technology sessions, + more

Additional details can be found .

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FCC – New Import Waiver Guidance

Posted on February 28th 2020

On February 1, 2016, the FCC published , allowing import quantity limits to be exceeded if written approval is obtained in advance from the FCC Office of Engineering and Technology (OET)。 The waiver request must be submitted online to the FCC well ahead of the date of importation, in order to allow for processing and approval of the waiver if qualified; the waiver request must provide details and justification of the request。

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US – FCC Publishes New Guidance

Posted on February 28th 2020

On January 6, 2016, the FCC published “.” This document provides basic guidance for intermodulation product spurious emission testing of frequency translating repeater system equipment and similar devices.

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US – FCC Form 740

Posted on February 28th 2020

The FCC Office of Engineering and Technology recently issued a to address misconceptions about electronic filing requirements for FCC Form 740 - Statement Regarding the Importation of Radio Frequency Devices Capable of Causing Harmful Interference。 Per the Notice, the trade community is to continue to file FCC-required information electronically with U。S。 Customs and Border Protection (CBP) via an Automated Commercial Environment (ACE)-Entry Summary, or any other process that may be designated by CBP, until the waiver provision takes effect on July 1, 2016。

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At the October 2015 TCBC meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, the FCC announced that SAR assessments produced by "array sensor SAR systems" will be accepted, for test cases and under named conditions, when applied to switched Diversity Antenna phones。 Diversity antenna refers to having more than one antenna in a single mobile device。 The FCC ruling applies to multiple antennas that are not transmitting simultaneously and that are fed by identical hardware。 MIMO transmissions are not covered under the ruling。  The FCC will gather experience with "array sensor SAR systems," which some industry experts hope will lead to more favorable rulings on array sensor SAR systems。 

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On November 12, 2015, the FCC revised the rules (effective June 2, 2014) for U-NII devices operating under Part 15 rules to require all devices to implement software security to ensure that the devices operate as authorized and cannot be modified.   provides guidance on the information that must be provided in the application filing to show that proper security is implemented in the device.

The FCC has established a transition period as follows:

  • New devices will be permitted to be approved under the old rules for until June 1, 2015.
  • Starting June 2, 2016, permissive changes will not be permitted for devices approved under the old rules, unless they meet the requirements of the new rules.
  • All devices partially or completely approved under the old rules cannot be marketed starting June 2, 2016 unless they meet the requirements of the new rules in all the bands of operation.
  • Applications for devices for approval under the new rules must apply all of the applicable test procedures for such devices and provide software security documentation as discussed in the guidance . This also applies to all applications for new devices and applications for permissive changes of previously approved devices under the new rules. Further SDR devices must also provide software security documentation as discussed in the guidance and KDB Publication 442812.
  • For further information on transition rules and requirements for permissive changes of already approved devices refer to KDB Publication 926956.

 

Note: Effective January 1, 2015 equipment authorization applications for all new Wi-Fi Client devices capable of operating on Channels 12 and 13 (in 2.4 GHz band under Part 15 rules) must demonstrate compliance with the guidance in . Wi-Fi Client devices capable of operating on Channels 12 and 13 approved prior to that date and otherwise relying on passive scanning modes may be marketed without modification after that date.

Reference:

  • 594280 D02 U-NII Device Security v01r03

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