Regulatory News

CITC changed name to CST
Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia2022-12-06
Authority CITC changed name to CST in Saudi Arabia »read more
Published: Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2022/2307
EU (RE-D)EU (RE-D)2022-11-29
The EU have just published the Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2022/2307 »read more
UK Government extends recognition of CE marking until 31 December 2024
United KingdomUnited Kingdom2022-11-24
The UK Government decided to accept product markings with "CE" logo for another two years. »read more
European Commission published Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2022/2191
EU (RE-D)EU (RE-D)2022-11-22
Decision 2022/2191 on "the harmonized standards for radio equipment drafted in support of Directive 2014/53/EU" »read more
MIIT released Draft Regulation regarding CMIIT ID
New draft rule issued by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. InStakeholders invited for comments until 10 December 2022. »read more
ECTEL: Update of Spectrum Management Plan
ECTEL and NTRC publish a revised version of the Regional Spectrum Management Plan for 5 member states in the Carribean. »read more
MTIT: Suspension of Type Approval Services
Yemen Type Approval services temporarily on hold. »read more
SABS: Additional approval scheme for EMC CoCs
South AfricaSouth Africa2022-11-10
SABS simplifies application procedure for EMC certificates of conformity. The Regulation became effective from November 1, 2022. »read more
Brazil: Slight Delays in Type Approval Procedure
Due to the current tense situation with local laboratories in Brazil, it can come to slight delays in type approval. »read more
Simplified Labelling with EAC Mark
New strategic decision on simplifying the procedure of product labelling. »read more
ANATEL: Updated Guidelines for Modular Certification
ANATEL, the Brazilian Agência Nacional de Telecomunicações, has recently issued its Official Letter No. 218/2022. »read more
INDOTEL Publishes Resolution No. 82-2022INDOTEL publishes a new regulation connected to the operating conditions for low and very low power devices in the 5925–7125 MHz frequency range. »read more
Simplified Conformity Assessment Procedure Extended Another Year
The government of the Russian Federation recently published a new Resolution No. 1522 on amendments to annex No. 18 to Decree No. 353 dated March 12, 2022. »read more
GN Docket Opened: Expanded Use of the 12.7–13.25 GHz Band
United StatesUnited States2022-10-18
FCC update: The use of the 12.7-13.25 GHz frequency range for mobile broadband and other advanced applications is being expanded. »read more
ISED Updates RSS-139
The Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) in Canada has recently updated Radio Standards Specifications (RSS). »read more
GACI: Indefinite Type Approval Delays
The General Authority for Communications and Informatics (GACI) of Libya has been suffering from the current unstable geopolitical situation which can cause huge delays in type approval proceedings. »read more
NCC: Certificate Revision no Longer Possible
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) informs that it will no longer accept requests concerning NCC certificate revision. »read more
Public Consultation on a Unified Register of Test Reports
Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) has recently opened a public consultation concerning new regulation on the formation and maintenance of a unified register of test and measurement protocols issued for all products subject to conformity assessment procedure according to technical regulations of the Eurasian Economic Union. »read more
SUBTEL Updates Res. 1985, Publishes Res. 2844
Subsecretaría de Telecomunicaciones (SUBTEL) of Chile has newly issued a Resolución 2844 Exenta which revises Resolución 1985 Exenta (2017), the Technical Regulation for Short Range Devices. In order to adjust certification requirements to booming market reality and harmonize the frequency ranges of the WiFi 6 technology in the existing regulations for efficient usage of the available RF spectrum, the authority modifies Article 1 (items h, i and j.1) of the Resolución 1985 Exenta as follows: »read more
MIC updates 5GHz and 6GHz WLAN systems
The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has recently published a partial revision of the regulations for the enforcement of the radio law (Ordinance No. 59). The authority has successfully revised the regulation connected to currently operating WLAN frequency bands. and the 5.2 GHz (5150-5250 MHz) range for WLAN devices in vehicles. The main outcomes of the revision are as follows: »read more

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