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Regulatory News dated Q3/2019

  • Regulatory Authority changed name

    Please be informed that, the official name and the logo of the former Syrian Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (SYTRA) have changed.

    The present name is Syrian Telecommunications & Post Regulatory Authority (SY-TPRA )

    The new name was communicated to the International Telecommunication Unit (ITU) on 25th of May 2019

    Important to know, that all certificates issued under SYTRA remain valid.

    Source: internal information Local representative


  • SUBTEL published the Resolution 855

    SUBTEL published the Resolution 855 which revised the Resolution No.1985/2017 on Short-Range Devices.

    Please also see out news as of 2019/06/04.

    1. Portable transceivers: frequencies were excluded, some were added:

    - 26.960 to 27.410 kHz

    - 40.66 to 40.70 MHz

    - 433.05 to 434.79 MHz

    - 462.40 to 462.740 MHz

    - 467.550 to 467.725 MHz

    - or at frequencies 49.830, 49.845, 49.860, 49.875, and 49.890 MHz

    2. Below frequency bands with corresponding EIRP characteristics for RFID are available:

    - 915 - 928 MHz with EIRP 500 mW

    - 913 - 919 MHz with EIRP 1W

    - 925 - 928 MHz with EIRP 1W

    Source: IBL local partner


  • IFT closed days

    Mexico's Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones (IFT) will be closed for business from 2019-07-15 through 2019-07-26.

    No Type Approval applications will be able to be submitted to IFT for this period; pending applications are expected to be delayed accordingly.

    Source:

    http://dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=5549009&fecha=28/01/2019


  • PNG publishes a notice

    NICTA *The National Information & Communications Technology Authority* of Papua New Guinea made an announcement with respect to the type approval of ICT equipment.

    It targets importers, distributors, and vendors of telecommunication, radio communication, and broadcasting equipment.

    NICTA centers special attention to the fact that equipment must pass the type approval procedure prior to its marketing in Papua New Guinea.

    The process is required to confirm that the equipment meets minimum regulatory and technical requirements. The type approval procedure reviews the following:

    • absence of interference in public communication networks

    • interfacing between customer equipment and ICT networks and interconnection between the networks

    • correspondence to national and international standards recognized by NICTA

    • safety aspects regarding the emissions from radio devices

    That strengthens the post-market surveillance and decreases the number of unsafe products on the market.

    Pursuant to the MOU signed with the PNG Customs, importers must provide a NICTA-issued Type Approval Certificate and shipment documentation to PNG Customs for customs clearance purposes.

    Source: IBLAG local partner


  • IB-Lenhardt AG goes to Cuba

    In July, IBL travelled to Cuba. In Havana, the Capital of Cuba, our specialist for Latin American countries from IBL's type approval team visited the authority Ministerio de Comunicaciones de Cuba (MINCOM) which is responsible for the issuance of the type approval certificates - where she was cordially and friendly received. Furthermore, IBL AG took the apportunity to attend a meeting at the national laboratory "Empresa de Servicios Profesionales y Técnicos" (ESAC) which is located in Havana as well.

    In essence, IBL had the chance to discuss all running projects personally. In addition, a road map was created in order to ameliorate and fasten up future type approval projects in order to optimize the application process and therefore, consistently provide first class service to IBL's customers.

    Thanks to today's communication capabilities, a fruitful collaboration over thousands of miles is certainly possible, nevertheless, a face-to-face encounter and IBL's personal appearance took the professional relationship to another level.


  • Anatel published public consultations

    Please be informed that ANATEL has published the following Public Consultations:

    · Public Consultation #27/2019: This public consultation contains a proposal to update the technical requirements applicable to product conformity assessment of 75-ohm flexible coaxial cable with aluminum wire twist.

    · Public Consultation #33/2019: This public consultation contains a proposal to update the Technical Requirements for the evaluation of the technical conformity of the underground optical terminal box.

    · Public Consultation #34/2019: This public consultation contains a proposal for updating the Technical Requirements for the evaluation of the technical conformity of the Air Optical Terminal Box.

    The completed texts of those proposals are available at ANATEL’s library and at ANATEL’s web page (https://sistemas.anatel.gov.br/sacp/). The public consultations mentioned above will remain available for 10 days.

    The justifications for the Public Consultations publication can be found in the records of the following ANATEL’s SEI cases:

    53500.020693/2019-09 - Public Consultation #27/2019.

    53500.019850/2019-25 - Public Consultation #23/2019.

    53500.067849/2017-45 - Public Consultation #34/2019.


  • New Type Approval Regime incl. new Labeling

    TRA (Telecommunications Regulatory Authority) of UAE has published a *New Type Approval Regime* stating the main following amendments:

    Three Conformity Compliance forms have been established:

    First level: Declaration of Conformity

    Second Level: General Equipment Registration

    Third level: Advance Equipment Registration

    It is possible to apply for Declaration of Conformity in case when telecommunications equipment can be deemed as equipment of low risk and priority where approval is granted based on: General description of the Equipment and a copy of the Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity.

    General Equipment Registration: This level shall apply to Telecommunications Equipment of medium risk and priority, where the Registered Manufacturer or Importer of Telecommunications Equipment provides proof of conformity with the Technical Standards and essential requirements on the basis of submitted technical test reports issued by an ILAC-certified lab, or based on a certificate of conformity issued by one of TRA's certification entities. If the certified test report is not available, TRA may, at the applicant's expense, perform Equipment testing or request Equipment testing in a recognized testing lab.

    Advance Equipment Registration: This type of registration is required for telecommunications equipment of high risk and priority. Apart from the confirmation that the product meets the essential requirements of the relevant standards, The Manufacturer or Importer of Telecommunications Equipment shall provide a sample of the Telecommunications Equipment to be approved under this level as part of the mandatory Type Approval requirements.

    TRA Technical Standards:

    • The TRA shall publish Technical Standards required in Telecommunications Equipment. If the there are no specifications, the TRA shall decide on the possibility of approving the relevant Equipment on a case-by-case basis.
    • Unless otherwise announced by the TRA, an update or new release of Technical Standards shall not invalidate existing Equipment registration.

    TRA Declaration of Conformity Card

    The Registered Manufacturer or Importer of Telecommunications Equipment shall provide the TRA Declaration of Conformity Card (Type Approval Regime Conformity Mark) on the Equipment box in a clear, readable and non-removable format before offering, selling or making the Equipment available in the UAE market. The TRA Declaration of Conformity Card shall be placed under the display platform of Telecommunications Equipment in retail stores in a way that is clear readable to users.

    Example of TRA Declaration of Conformity Card is available at IBLAG.

    Source: TRA official document > new policy documentation


  • Update - List of exempted radio devices

    The authority in Macau has expanded the list of radio devices which are exempted from type approval.

    Now, UWB devices, operating in the frequency bands 4.2-4.8 GHz and 6.8-8.5 GHz (power limited to max. -41.3 dBm/MHz)* are listed.

    *Average Power Spectral Density

    Official exemption List



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