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Regulatory News dated Q1/2014
TRA (Telecommunications Regulatory Authority) of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will require one test sample for most RF Type Approvals (two for GSM). They will be kept by TRA for market surveillance.
ACMA (Australian Communication and Media Authority) published the “Interference to Spectrum Licensed Receivers – 2.3 GHz Band” Radiocommunication Advisory Guidelines on 2013-12-12, superseding the “Managing Interference to receivers – 2.3 GHz Band” Radiocommunication Advisory Guidelines and coming into effect on 2015-07-25.
The purpose of these guidelines is to:
- manage in-band and out-of-band interference by providing compatibility requirements for registered fixed receivers operating under spectrum licences issued for the 2.3 GHz band;
- provide protection to radiocommunications receivers operating under spectrum licences issued for the 2.3 GHz band from interference caused by radiocommunications transmitters operating under a class licence, and from fixed transmitters operating under either:
- an apparatus licence issued on or after the date on which these guidelines commence
- a spectrum licence where the transmitter is registered under Part 3.5 of the Act on or after the date on which these guidelines commence.