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Nepal – Additional Bands Opened

Posted on February 28th 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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South Africa - ICASA Strike

Posted on February 28th 2020

Over 50 staff members of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) have been on strike since July 4, 2106.  The length of the strike is unknown; striking workers are demanding payment of prior salary bonuses.  ICASA has been operating with a shortage of staff so on-going approval projects may soon be impacted。  

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Nepal – Revised Type Approval Process

Posted on February 28th 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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Bhutan - New Type Approval Process

Posted on February 28th 2020

Bhutan’s regulatory authority, BICMA, recently implemented type approval certification of information and communications technology (ICT) equipment. International applicants who intend to export their ICT equipment to Bhutan must obtain a type approval certificate for their equipment. Type approved equipment should be affixed with a label as shown below:

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Please note that a lot of ICT equipment, e。g。 mobile handsets, data modems, RTTE embedded in PC or laptop with output power less than 100mW, is exempted from the type approval certificate。

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Niger – Type Approvals Resumed

Posted on February 28th 2020

During April 2016, after a two-year suspension, the Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications and Post of Niger (ARPT) will resume the issuance of Type Approvals. Additionally, ARPT has implemented the following changes to its approval process:

  • Four approval request forms must completed by the manufacturer
  • Two samples must be submitted. The samples will be returned to the applicant at their own expense within a 6-month period following the date of the approval or the rejection.
  • The application license fee must be paid before the submission of the projects。
  • 2 months are needed for application processing.

Please contact Rhein Tech directly if you have any questions or need international type approval support.  703 689 0368

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Papua New Guinea’s National Information & Communications Technology Authority (NICTA) has recently launched a public consultation on the following ICT technical standards and specifications:

  1. Technical Guideline for WiMax Technology;
  2. Technical Standards for Operation of V-SAT & Ancillary Equipment;
  3. Type Approval Standards for Wireless Broadband Access Equipment;
  4. Type Approval Standards for Wireless Local Area Network Equipment;
  5. EMC and Safety Requirement for ICT Equipment;
  6. Type Approval Specification for DVB-T2.

These are new standards and specifications, and do not replace any previous versions. The purpose of these technical standards and specifications is to clarify specific requirements for each technology’s type approval, frequency assignments, etc. The public consultation process has been ongoing since January 15, 2016 and a closure date has not yet been confirmed.

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On April 1, 2016, Taiwan BSMI announced new marking requirements concerning information, communication and consumer electronic products with a screen display, which will come into effect on September 1, 2016 for all new applications. No immediate action will be required for products already approved by BSMI, however it is yet to be confirmed by BSMI whether the renewal applications submitted after September 1, 2016 should comply with new requirements. The new requirement introduces bare minimum content of the “Warning” and “Notice” as listed below:

  • Warning content must include:
    Warning Message:
    使用過度恐傷害視力。
  • Mark Location: product itself, user manual or outer packaging。
  • Mark Method: stamp, sticker, display automatically when powering on, etc。
  • Font Size: it is recommended to use font with length and width no less than 2mm; however, for products with a maximum surface area less than 80 square centimeters, the length and width can be less than 2mm.
  • Notice content must include:
    Attention Messages:
    使用30 分鐘請休息10 分鐘.
    未滿2 歲幼兒不看螢幕,2 歲以上每天看螢幕不要超過1 小時。
  • Mark Location: Use manual or outer packaging.
  • Mark Method: Stamp, sticker, display automatically when powering on, etc。
  • Font Size: it is recommended to use font with length and width no less than 2mm; however, for products with the maximum surface area less than 80 square centimeters, the length and width can be less than 2mm。

For information only, the translation of the above text is as follows:

  1. Warning Message: The excessive use of this product might damage vision.
  2. Attention Messages:
    Please take a 10 minute rest if using device for more than 30 minutes.
    Please avoid allowing use of device for children under 2 years old; for children who are older than 2 years, use should not exceed one hour.


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During April 2016, Pakistan’s Telecommunication Authority (PTA) published a new notification S.R.O 287(I) 2016 for WiFi device usage. Changes to the 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz ISM Bands are as follows:

·         The 2。4 GHz Band is now fully open; it was previously restricted to 2。4735-2。4835 GHz only。 Maximum Permitted Output Power is 30 dBm EIRP。

·         The output power for the 5。725‑5。875 GHz band has been increased from 20 dBm EIRP to 30 dBm EIRP。

 

Additionally, PTA recently confirmed that all the standalone RFID and NFC have been exempted from type approval。

Morocco’s Le Ministère de l’Industrie, du Commerce, de l’Investissement et de l’Economie Numérique (MCINET), has provided the following updates on the new EMC and LVD certification requirements which will come into effect on April 12, 2016:

  • Manufacturers shall draw up a Declaration of Conformity in Arabic or French language and affix the mark of conformity before placing the product on the Moroccan market.  It is understood that the Declaration of Conformity will then be required for local importers to obtain clearance authorization for consignments once in customs.
  • The scope of affected products is identical to the EU Directive 2014/35/EU (LVD) and Directive 2014/30/EU (EMC), with the exception that “Plugs and socket outlets for domestic use” will also be included in the Moroccan directive.
  • Radio equipment is excluded from the EMC and LVD requirements.
  • These new requirements are expected to be applicable to new products imported into Morocco, and not those already on the market.
  • Standards that must be listed in the Declaration of Conformity are mainly Moroccan standards, based on international standards.
  • While labelling artwork is still not available, it is understood that the “c” in the conformity mark should be no less than 6mm:

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India's Department of Electronics and Information Technology (Deity) recently announced they are postponing the implementation date of the BIS requirement for the following products until March 1, 2016 or June 1, 2016 (see below for details):

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