IndonesiaResult of Public Exposure to draft of Revision PP No. 80 of 2015
Crucial outcomes of public exposure to draft revision to Government Regulation No. 80 of 2015
Testing costs will increase
Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA): Test Report Recognition will be regulated in a separate convention
Inputs and suggestions regarding the revised Draft of the Government Regulation can be submitted in writing to: Sekretaris Jenderal Kementerian Kominfo with a copy to Dirjen Anggaran Kementerian Keuangan or by e-mail to: email@example.com and CC to firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than January, 20th 2022
Estimated Revision of Government Regulation (PP) No. 80 of 2015 will be released no later than the end of 2022
Source: Internal research
New ZealandPublic Consultation on Draft Five Year Spectrum Outlook
In December 2021, the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) opened the public consultation on the radio frequency spectrum outlook 2022 to 2026.
Interested stakeholders are invited to submit their feedback by 5 PM on February, 28, 2022, preferably by e-mail to Radio.Spectrum@mbie.govt.nz.
TaiwanSlight delays due to Chinese New Year festivities
Local test labs are closed from 29 Januar until 6 February, due to Chinese New Year festivities. Slight delays might occur.
South AfricaAmendment of the Radio Frequency Spectrum Regulations 2015
As IB-Lenhardt informed on 2019-08-06, the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA), opened a public consultation on the planned amendments of Annexure B - Radio Apparatus exempt from radio frequency spectrum licences - of the Radio Frequency Spectrum Regulations, 2015.
After reviewing written submissions from interested stakeholders ICASA amended Annexure B, which contains information such as maximum radiated power, field strength or sensitivity limits and relevant test standards for various types of equipment.
The updated regulations came into force after being published in the Government Gazette on 2021-12-24.
Saudi ArabiaSASO revised RoHS requirement implementation date
The "Technical Regulation for Restriction of hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment" published by the Saudi Standards, Metrology and Quality Organization (SASO) on 2021-07-09 was originally scheduled to take effect on 2022-01-05.
However, SASO has decided to postpone the implementation date for various types of equipment as described in the table.
1. Home appliances
Small appliances: 2022-07-04
Large appliances: 2022-10-02
2. Telecommunication and information technology equipment
3. Lighting equipment
4. Electrical and electronic equipment and tools
5. Toys and entertainment tools and appliances, sports equipment