Regulatory News

ACMA consults on EMC regulation
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
A new regulation introduces exempted equipment categories for Type Approval in Botswana. »read more
SIRIM changes the notification format on the eComM platform
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
Beginning November 18th, 2023. Administrative costs for Type Approval in Indonesia will increase. »read more
ICASA plans to appoint Dedicated Certification Bodies
South AfricaSouth Africa2023-10-12
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 Africa2023-09-27
A majority of ICASA employees have been on strike since Wednesday, September 27, 2023. »read more
Introduction of Electronic CCC Certificates and Marks
On Aug. 10, the CNCA has issued a new regulation about CCC certificates and marks. This new regulation will come into effect on Jan. 1, 2024. »read more
Vietnam's MIC Announces Regulatory Updates in Circular 10/2023/TT-BTTTT
Vietnam's Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) has issued Circular 10/2023/TT-BTTTT, introducing important changes to technical regulations. »read more
ISED RSS-247 Issue 3 Introduction
Canadian ISED has issued RSS-247 Issue 3 for radio & LE-LAN devices in 902-928, 2400-2483.5, 5725-5850, & 5850-5895 MHz bands. »read more
China changes ID Encoding Rules and Certificate Style
MIIT issues new ID Encoding Rules and Certificate Style for Radio Transmission Equipment (Effective 01 December, 2023). »read more
The IMDA updates it's the IMDA TS SRD (August 2,2021)
The IMDA has updated regulation "IMDA TS SRD" (August 2, 2021). This entails updates to the frequency bands of Short-Range-Devices. »read more
Amendment of Appendix 18 of Decree no. 353
Decree No. 1133 updates the existing Appendix 18 of Decree no. 353, extending the deadline for simplified declarations and no label import. »read more
Approval Delays in Vietnam to be expected
An update on testing requirements in Vietnam may result in type approval delays. Test reports for extreme condition testing are required. »read more
UK Government Extends Use of CE Mark Indefinitely for Businesses
United KingdomUnited Kingdom2023-08-09
In a recent announcement, the UK government has declared an indefinite extension of the use of the CE mark for businesses operating in the country. »read more
New regulation updates when TAC or DoC is required
The previous regulation "Circular No. 02/2022/TT-BTTTT" in Vietnam has been replaced this year by the "Circular No. 04/2023/TT-BTTTT". »read more
Extension for RED cybersecurity requirements
EU (RE-D)EU (RE-D)2023-07-27
Confirmation of a transitional extension of 1 year, to adhere to the Delegated Act (2022/30). Requirements to become mandatory by 1 August 2025. »read more
New additional regulations on Type Approval in Laos
The validity of the certificates will be reduced from 3 years to 1 year from 04 August 2023. In addition, some low range devices will no longer require labeling. »read more
FCC Empowers Short-Range Radars in the 60 GHz Band
United StatesUnited States2023-07-24
Approval for Short-Range Radars that operate in the 57-71 GHz band (60 GHz band) is soon possible. Effective Date August 23, 2023. »read more
ISED Seeks Feedback on Technical Requirements
ISED Seeks Feedback on Technical Requirements for Non-Competitive Local Licensed Services in the 3900-3980 MHz Band. »read more
ACMA Seeks Feedback on Expiring Spectrum Licences
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has opened a consultation to gather feedback on a proposed approach for spectrum licences set to expire between June 2028 and October 2032. These licences cover various bands, including 700 MHz, 850 MHz, 1800 MHz, 2 GHz, 2.3 GHz, 2.5 GHz, and 3.4 GHz. »read more

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