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Ukraine – New Label Requirements

Posted on February 3rd 2020

Ukraine’s Ministry of Economic Development and Trade recently confirmed the following new labelling format for radio and telecommunications terminal equipment being imported beginning September 1, 2017:

 

UA – stands for Ukraine;
TR – а provisional symbol of a Conformity Assessment Body (CAB) that is assigned to perform conformity assessment to the requirements of technical regulations;
YYY - serial number of the CAB

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On June 16, 2017, Argentina’s ENACOM (Ente Nacional de Comunicaciones) published new regulation No. 5186-E/2017 to update the previous regulation for low power devices. This new regulation updates output power for some frequency bands such as 401-402 MHz, 402-405 MHz, 405-406 MHz, and 433.075-434.775 MHz. Additionally, the new regulation adds frequency band 3.1-10.6 GHz for UWB and widens the frequency band for vehicle radars using UWB technology from 22-26.65 GHz (previously restricted to 24.25-25.8 GHz.)

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Canada's Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) recently issued a public notice with details on the transition period from Issue 8 to Issue 9 of RSS-210 Licence-Exempt Radio Apparatus: Category I Equipment. Though geared toward the certified bodies (CBs), it is informative to all that seek certification under RSS-210, and is provided below.

This is to inform you the following certification procedure will apply with regards to transition period for RSS-210 issue 9:

  1. If a certificate has been issued to RSS-210 issue 8 before the date of publication of RSS-210 issue 9, nothing needs to be changed and it can be submitted as is to ISED via the Spectraweb application;
  2. If a certificate has not been issued before the date of publication of RSS-210 issue 9, ISED will continue to accept test reports compliant with RSS-210 Issue 8 until February 26, 2017 and in such cases, the CB shall issue certificates showing RSS-210 Issue 8 compliance. After February 26, 2017, CBs shall issue certificates showing RSS-210 Issue 9 compliance and test reports may continue to be in compliance with RSS-210 Issue 8 until August 26, 2017, only if:
    1. it is supplemented with a partial test report covering any missing requirements from RSS-210 Issue 9; or
    2. it includes an attestation signed by the applicant, lab or CB indicating that the report covers all requirements in RSS-210 Issue 9.
  3. After August 26, 2017, all test reports must be compliant with RSS-210 Issue 9.

 

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Canada - ICES-003 Revised

Posted on February 3rd 2020

During June 2016, Canada’s Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) updated ICES-003 — Information Technology Equipment (Including Digital Apparatus) — Limits and Methods of Measurement, to Issue 6. This will come into force upon its publication on the Industry Canada website at www.ic.gc.ca/spectrum. Following its publication, a transition period of three months will be provided, during which compliance with ICES-003 Issue 5 or Issue 6 will be accepted. Only compliance with ICES-003 Issue 6 will be accepted after the transition period.

Changes Include:

  • Clarification of the definition of an ITE device;
  • Inclusion of storage media;
  • Clarification of applicability of broadcasting equipment;
  • Update to reference the latest version of ANSI C63.4-2014;
  • Update to clarify that external thermostats are subject to the requirements of ICES-003.

Note: Industry will have until March 1, 2017 to ensure that these thermostats sold, offered for sale, manufactured, imported, distributed or leased are compliant.

 

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Nepal – Additional Bands Opened

Posted on February 3rd 2020
On July 18, 2016, Nepal’s Telecommunications Authority (NTA) and the Ministry of Information & Communications (MOIC) released Spectrum Policy Amendment 2073, allowing the following frequency bands:
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On June 13, 2106, Chile’s regulator Subsecretaría de Telecomunicaciones (SUBTEL) released Resolución 1463 that declares that new labelling requirements for cellphone devices must be implemented within 270 days of its publication.  Upon its implementation, devices containing 2G, 3G or 4G technology will be required to display a multi-band stamp on the front of the box/packaging of the device to show the cellular technologies supported. Examples are:

3G graphic

 

The manufacturer or the importer will be responsible for adding the multi-band stamp to the device packaging prior to import and sale in Chile and this requirement will affect both existing and new devices. Cellular-only devices still do not require Type Approval in Chile, however Type Approval is required if the device contains other technologies such as Bluetooth, WLAN and RFID。 Upon implementation of this regulation, it will be mandatory for cell-phone devices to operate in all permitted frequency bands of at least one supported cellular technology (2G, 3G or 4G). 

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Nepal – Revised Type Approval Process

Posted on February 3rd 2020

On July 9, 2016, Nepal’s Telecommunications Authority (NTA) published Approval Working Procedure for Customer Premises Radio Telecommunication Equipment-2016 (TAP-04)。 This is the updated version of Type Approval Working Procedure for Customer Premises Radio Telecommunication Equipments-2014 (TAP-03). Changes have been made to Technical Specifications of the Equipment for Mobile Handsets and submission time for renewal of permanent periodic type approval certificate as follows:

Technical Specifications of the Equipment for Mobile Handsets

Old Type Approval Procedure

Revised Type Approval Procedure

Battery Parameters:

Nominal Voltage: 3.7 V

Maximum Charge Voltage: 4.2 V

Minimum Charging Capacity: 850 mAh

Minimum Charging Capacity of Battery:

600 mAh (for Bar Phone i。e。 Normal Keypad phone)

1000 mAh (for Smart Phone)

Maximum EIRP: 33 dBm or 2W

Maximum EIRP: 33+/-2 dBm

Submission Time for Renewal of Permanent Periodic Type Approval Certificate

Old Type Approval Procedure

Revised Type Approval Procedure

The applicant has to apply for renewal of the permanent periodic type approval certificate at least 3 months prior to the date of expiry of the permanent periodic type approval certificate

The applicant has to apply for renewal of the permanent periodic type approval at least 30 days prior to the date of expiry of the permanent periodic type approval certificate

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Algeria – Suspension of Type Approvals

Posted on February 3rd 2020

Recently, Algeria’s regulator, Autorité de Régulation de la Poste et des Télécommunications (ARPT), indicated that Type Approval services are on hold pending the election of a new Director。  During this time, Type Approval certificates will not be issued。  Normal service is expected to resume once the new Director is elected。  

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Canada – Release of RSS-134, Issue 2

Posted on February 3rd 2020

On February 5, 2016, Industry Canada released , which sets out the technical requirements for the compliance of narrowband personal communication service (PCS) in the 900 MHz band。 Changes from Issue 1 are as follows:

  • Modernized to reflect the current RSS structure since its last publication in 2000
  • Editorial modifications and corrections made throughout
  • The RSS-102 reference updated

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On January 19, 2016, Industry Canada released and . Information on both document releases is as follows:
Interference-Causing Equipment Standard ICES‑003, Issue 6, sets out standard requirements for information technology equipment (ITE), including digital apparatus. Though this document comes into force on January 19, 2016, a transition period of three (3) months following its publication will be provided, within which compliance with ICES 003, Issue 6, or Issue 5, will be accepted. After this period, only compliance with ICES 003, Issue 6, will be accepted. The following are the list of changes from Issue 5:

  1. Updated Section 2.1 to clarify the definition of an ITE device.
  2. Updated Section 2.3 to include storage media.
  3. Updated Section 2.4 to clarify applicability of broadcasting equipment.
  4. Updated Section 3(b) to reference the latest version of ANSI C63.4-2014.

Radio Standards Specification RSS-117, Issue 3, Licensed Transmitters Operating in the Band 200-535 kHz, sets out the technical requirements for the compliance of radio apparatus operating in the frequency band 200 kHz to 535 kHz。 This document came into effect on January 19, 2016, the date it was published on the Department’s website ()。 The following are the list of changes from Issue 2:

  • Modernized to reflect the current RSS structure since its last publication in 1974.
  • Emission designators have been updated.
  • Editorial modifications and corrections have been made throughout.

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