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Regulatory News dated Q4/2015

  • 865-868 MHz Band not subject to Type Approval

    CONATEL in Paraguay is no longer approving 865-868 MHz and 915-928 MHz spread spectrum devices due to interference problems. The second frequency band might be re-opened in the future. Devices operating in these bands and already homologated may continue to operate until the expiry date of the certificate.


  • New Requirement for 2G/3G/4G devices

    Since November 2015, the Ecuadorian Regulator ARCOTEL release only homologation certificates if devices with 2G/3G function operate at least in 850 MHz and 1900 MHz and devices with 4G in at least LTE bands 2 and 4.


  • Delicensing of Frequency Bands

    Due to the delicensing of the following frequency bands (published on 2015-09-16 by India’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology), it is now possible to Type Approve equipment operating in these frequency bands. A licence is not required from any person to establish, maintain, work on, possess or deal with any of the wireless equipment listed.

    Devices Frequency Band Maximum Effective Radiated Power Limits
    Very Low Power Radio
    Frequency Devices /
    Wireless microphones
    36 to 38 MHz 50 mW; maximum audio channel bandwidth of 200 kHz
    Very Low Power Radio
    Frequency Devices /
    Equipment including Radio Frequency Identification Devices
    433 to 434.79 MHz 10 mW (e.r.p) with maximum channel bandwidth of 10 kHz (Duty cycle limit 10%)
    Very Low Power Radio
    Frequency Devices / Equipment for Inductive Applications
    302 to 351 kHz -15 dBµA/m (H-Field strength) at 10 meters
    Very Low Power Radio
    Frequency Devices / Equipment for Short Range Radar Systems
    76 to 77 GHz

    5 W (37 dBm)


  • Type Approval from now on mandatory

    INDOTEL, the Dominican Republic Regulator, informed that National Type Approval of Radio devices is now mandatory and not covered by FCC approval.


  • New Type Approval Requirements

    Tonga's MIC (Ministry of Information & Communications) has begun to enforce new Type Approval rules: Approval for Radio equipment is mandatory. Both FCC and CE test reports are admissible.



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