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Open Consultation on RSS-210, Issue 11
CanadaCanada23.02.2024
The ISED has opened up the draft RSS-210, Issue 11 for public discussion until May 3, 2024. »read more
Open Consultation on RSS-295 Issue I
CanadaCanada23.02.2024
The ISED (Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada) has opened up discussion on RSS-295 Issue 1. »read more
ECC Public Consultation
EU (RE-D)EU (RE-D)21.02.2024
The ECC (Electronic Communications Committee) has opened public consultation on 5 items. »read more
Mexico Label Update
MexicoMexico16.02.2024
The IFT (Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones) has announced a labeling update for December 26, 2023, which will take effect in 180 days. »read more
Introduction of a Labeling Requirement in Tanzania
TanzaniaTanzania09.02.2024
The TRCA (Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority) has published, in November 2023, new guidelines on Type Approval. »read more
Type Approval Delays in Argentina
ArgentinaArgentina09.02.2024
Argentinian Type Approval certificates may experience, due to a recent government change, further delay. »read more
New Standard for Short Range Devices (9 kHz to 25 MHz)
VietnamVietnam07.02.2024
Circular QCVN 55: 2023/BTTTT replaces QCVN 55:2011/BTTTT starting from July 1, 2024. »read more
Update of South Korea's Conformity Assessment Regulation
South KoreaSouth Korea02.02.2024
The National Radio Research Agency (RRA) has updated the Broadcast & Communication equipment's Conformity Assessment Regulation. »read more
Bocra informs about official Type Approval Exemptions
BotswanaBotswana29.01.2024
"Bocra" informs that they will issue official Type Approval Exemptions, re-application for already exempted products will be possible. »read more
Cease of 3G support in Singapore
SingaporeSingapore25.01.2024
The IMDA has stated the cease of 3G support till 31 July 2024. Additionally, a mobile phone requirements proposal has been issued. »read more
Update for BT & WIFI Renewals required
ChinaChina19.01.2024
The 2 year transitional period of regulation "129" (introduced in 2021), has run out. BT & WIFI renewals will therefore need to be updated accordingly. »read more
Introduction of a 5 year validityEffective immediately, certificates in Trinidad and Tobago will be limited to a 5 year period. »read more
Update on Malaysia Renewals
MalaysiaMalaysia22.12.2023
Due to increasing restrictions and requirements, especially on SIRIM QAS's e-ComM platform. Renewals will be offered by us with a 5 year validity. »read more
Yearly annual closure at IB-Lenhardt AG 2023
GermanyGermany07.12.2023
Due to Holiday season we will close our office from 22 December and return on 2 January 2024. »read more
ACMA consults on EMC regulation
AustraliaAustralia21.11.2023
ACMA is currently holding a survey, regarding EMC regulation. The survey will be open until December 20th. »read more
Introduction of Exemption Letters in Botswana
BotswanaBotswana21.11.2023
A new regulation introduces exempted equipment categories for Type Approval in Botswana. »read more
SIRIM changes the notification format on the eComM platform
MalaysiaMalaysia06.11.2023
The accreditation agency "SIRIM" changes it's eComM notification format. Notification mails will no longer contain a direct link to certificates. »read more
Increased administrative costs in Indonesia
IndonesiaIndonesia30.10.2023
Beginning November 18th, 2023. Administrative costs for Type Approval in Indonesia will increase. »read more
ICASA plans to appoint Dedicated Certification Bodies
South AfricaSouth Africa12.10.2023
ICASA has held a workshop, discussing future plans of nominating DCB's, as part of the "Equipment Authorization regulations 2022". »read more
Type approval delays are to be expected for South Africa
South AfricaSouth Africa27.09.2023
A majority of ICASA employees have been on strike since Wednesday, September 27, 2023. »read more

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