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Bhutan - New Type Approval Process

Posted on February 3rd 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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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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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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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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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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We were recently advised by our local agent that Papua New Guinea's National Information & Communications Technology Authority (NICTA) published Regulation TA100 G, which provides the new equipment registration and Type Approval framework schemes in effect as of December 1, 2015。 The Type Approval Registration Schemes are divided into two categories:


A. Basic Approval Scheme (BAPS)

    • Customer Equipment (CE)
    • Controlled Customer Equipment (CCE)

B. Equipment Registration Scheme (ERS)

    • Compulsory Equipment Registration Scheme (CERS)
    • Simplified Equipment Registration Scheme (SERS)

 

Labelling under the new regulation must show:

    • The equipment's trade name, model name and serial number;
    • The Manufacturer's/Supply's name;
    • The regulatory compliance label from the recognized Type Approval regimes for ICT equipment classified under CERS and CCE category.

 

NICTA may accept the compliance labelling mark(s) from the international recognized Type Approval regimes subject to the verification of device documents。 Examples of labelling marks are: "ACMA C-Tick", "ACMA RCM", "EU CE", etc。 Use of ACMA C-Tick", "ACMA RCM" or "EU CE" is depending on the approach followed for compliance。

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India – Safety Labeling Requirements

Posted on February 3rd 2020

On December 1st, 2015, India's Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) issued gazette notification S.O. 3240(E) whereby a new label option, the Standard Mark for registered devices) was introduced with the purpose of simplifying the label requirements.
As of December 1st, 2015, manufacturers have the option of applying either of the below label option to their BIS registered devices:

  • The current self declaration statement - "Self Declaration - Conforming to IS XXXXX, R-XXXXXXXX"
  • The newly-introduced Standard Mark

For both the Standard Mark and the Self Declaration statement, the IS and Registration numbers/text should be no smaller than Arial font size 6. In addition, the 'Standard Mark' can be displayed in single color or multiple color. 
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On October 23, 2015, the FCC updated the following SAR guidance and test procedures:

  • : SAR test procedures for 3G devices that operate under rule Parts 22H, 24E, 27L. Note: Previous versions of KDB 941225 D01, D02, D03 and D04 were consolidated into a single document to provide SAR measurement guidance for 3G wireless technologies. This update also replaced PBA with PAG and corrected two typos.
  • : SAR test procedures for devices incorporating Reel. 8 Long Term Evolution (LTE) capabilities.  This update removed outdated information, added TDD test setup requirements and included other minor clarifications on certain large frequency bands and A-MPR conditions.
  • : Guidance on submitting KDB inquiries regarding the evaluation of devices using LTE Rel. 10 to SAR requirements.  This update clarifies the downlink carrier aggregation channel selection conditions for uplink power measurement, changed PBA to PAG and included minor clarifications for LTE-U, LAA and LWA, and heading numbering added.
  • : SAR test procedures for devices incorporating SAR Evaluation Procedures for Portable Devices with Wireless Router Capabilities (Hot Spot SAR).  This update replaced PBA with PAG and included minor editorial clarification for hotspot mode and body-worn accessory test consideration, and added heading numbering.
  • : SAR Evaluation Procedures for UMPC Mini-Tablet Devices.  This update included editorial and format changes and updated footnote 1.

 

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Tonga - New Type Approval Requirements

Posted on February 3rd 2020

We were recently advised that the Tonga Authority Ministry of Information & Communications (MIC) is now enforcing new Type Approval rules。  All radio equipment must be type approved by MIC prior to being imported and marketed for use in Tonga。  This is a paperwork filing effort only and FCC or CE test reports are accepted。  

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The Telecommunications Certification Body Council (TCBC) will host its Fall 2015 Workshop from October 27-29, 2015 at the Holiday Inn - Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland.   The Workshop will cover 3-days of training of standards/regulatory updates and technology sessions.  Topics will include:

  • FCC Updates and Round-table discussions
  • Updates from Industry Canada, NIST
  • SAR and RF Exposure 
  • Manufacturer Panel discussion
  • International Updates, South American Approvals
  • 3.5GHz Spectrum Expansion

Click here for the (including logistics, hotel & travel information) and the latest Agenda is available here: 

Should you have any questions, contact Chris Harvey at admin @ tcbcouncil。org or call at 443 - 622 - 3300。

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