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The FSS (Federal Security Service or FSB) Notification

The FSS (Federal Security Service or FSB) Notification

May 05, 2021

All products that are capable of encryption need to be approved in the Federal Security Service (FSS or sometimes called FSB) in order to be successfully imported to the Customs union. A special document that confirms the product which is transfer data through crypto algorithms can be imported is called FSS Notification (or FSB Notification). […]

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Certification process in Russia

Certification process in Russia

May 05, 2021

In order to access the Russian market through obtaining TR CU Certificates (CoC) or Declarations (DoC) of Conformity which are required starting from the stage of customs clearance. In some cases doing business in Russia assume some additional approval form for equipment and products that still aren’t regulated by EAEU Technical regulations. list of  some […]

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HK New terms of spectrum assignment in 900 MHz

HK New terms of spectrum assignment in 900 MHz

May 04, 2021

The Office of the Communications Authority (OFCA) has released a notice to inform on the transfer of radio spectrum among mobile operators in the 900 MHz frequency band. This transfer will affect current 2G service users. You can read more here: https://www.ofca.gov.hk/filemanager/ofca/en/content_1107/900MHz_Notice20210112.pdf 360Compliance provides Testing & Certification for type approval services and global market access […]

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Papua New Guinea – Approved Band Plans

Papua New Guinea – Approved Band Plans

May 04, 2021

The following bands have been approved by NICTA: 700 MHz This document covers the frequency plan and channeling arrangements for the 700MHz Band. The 700 MHz band plan relates to the spectrum between 698 – 806 MHz and planned to support IMT and IMT based mobile broadband applications. PNG adopted the Asia Pacific Telecommunity band plan […]

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Russia GOST Certificate

Russia GOST Certificate

May 04, 2021

GOST Certificate is the oldest conformity certificate in Russia and the countries of the Customs Union. The national quality system is marked with a symbol. GOST R  is gradually being replaced by the TR CU certification system with several exceptions and soon will be completely withdrawn. Some products in Russia still should be covered by […]

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Indonesia announces decree on recognition of foreign testing laboratories

Indonesia announces decree on recognition of foreign testing laboratories

May 04, 2021

The Directorate General of Resources Management and Equipment of Posts and Informatics issued Decree No 124 on July 23, 2020. According to this Decree, the SDPPI allowing recognize test reports of foreign testing laboratories for telecommunication devices, mobile phones, handheld computers, and tablet computers. This recognition is temporary and valid for a period of six […]

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New Zealand Amends technical requirements for short range devices

New Zealand Amends technical requirements for short range devices

May 04, 2021

According to Regulation 9 of the Radiocommunications Regulations, 2001 made under section 116(1)(b) of the Radiocommunications Act 1989 (“Act”), and acting under delegated authority. This notice is the Radiocommunications Regulations Notice 2020 and came into force in November 2020.    Special conditions: -Use is limited to wireless power transfer systems and induction loop systems used […]

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OFCA has published the new Frequency allocations

OFCA has published the new Frequency allocations

May 04, 2021

The Office of the Communications Authority (“OFCA”) has commissioned SamKnows Limited (“Contractor”) to design, establish, operate, support and maintain a system located at a local data centre for provision of broadband performance test service in Hong Kong (the “System”). Lately OFCA has published the 2021 Table of Frequency Allocations which replaces the version from April […]

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NOM-208 certificates issued to non-importers is permitted

NOM-208 certificates issued to non-importers is permitted

May 04, 2021

The Secretariat of Economy of Mexico provides official notice to Mexican customs authorities that NOM-208 certificates that have been issued on behalf of someone other than the importer will be accepted. NOM-208-SCFI-2016 regulates Bluetooth, WLAN, and other short-range devices operating in the frequency bands 2400-2483.5MHz, 5725-5850MHz, and 902-928MHz. This standard has replaced both NOM-121-SCT1-1999 (NOM […]

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Argentina updates labeling requirements

Argentina updates labeling requirements

May 04, 2021

 ENACOM approved Resolution No. RESOL-2020-854-APN-ENACOM#JGM in August 2020. According to this Resolution, new labeling requirements to telecommunication equipment within ENACOM approval become effective. There is a two-year transition period for the implementation of new labeling requirements. The period starts from the date of the Resolution publication. From now, the RAMATEL logo must be used instead […]

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FCC is searching for Options to Improving RF Receiver Performance

June 16, 2022

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is seeking public comments and suggestions for improving the performance of radio frequency (RF) receivers. Following to a Notice of Inquiry issued, the Commission believes that its efforts to improve efficiencies in spectrum management need to expand to include all aspects of wireless systems, including both transmitters and receivers. Although current regulations applicable to […]

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India DoT Exempts Smartphones from Mandatory Testing

June 16, 2022

India’s Department of Telecom (DoT) has cancelled its requirement for mandatory testing and certification of smartphones and certain other consumer electronic products. According to recent reports in the Hindustan Times and other media outlets, the DOT’s action is in connection with its Mandatory Testing and Certification of Telecommunications Equipment (MTCTE) regime, which would require manufacturers […]

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Singapore Safety Mark – Changes to Applicable Standards for Medium-Risk Controlled Goods

June 16, 2022

CPSO (Consumer Product Safety Office) release new circular (CPSO-310522-05) dated 31, May 2022, updating the changes to the required safety standards for medium risk Controlled Goods, regulated under the Consumer Protection (Safety Requirements) Regulations (CPSR). The new requirements will have the following effective dates: -From 1st June 2024 – for new registrations of Controlled Goods […]

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ACMA Australia Makes Changes in Radiocommunications Class License

June 16, 2022

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) issued the Radiocommunications (Low Interference Potential Devices) Class License Variation 2022 (No. 1). This document amends the Radiocommunications (Low Interference Potential Devices) Class License 2015 (the LIPD Class License) and is based on the relevant public suggestions but some issues most probably will be reflected in the future […]

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SASO notifies reagrding new technical regulation requirements

June 16, 2022

Saudi Standards, Metrology and Quality Organization (SASO) notifies about new technical regulation requirements on Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment are coming into force from July 2022. These requirements will be mandatory as below: Small household appliances from July 4, 2022 Large household appliances from October 2, 2022 Information and communication technology […]

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FCC & UL Regulatory requirement Electronic & Wireless products

June 09, 2022

In order to sell electronic/ Wireless products within the United States of America, products must be certified in reference to the relevant legislation under FCC, OSHA, CPSC, DoE and other Federal and state law requirements. Else, suppliers can be exposed to fines and blocking in the custom. This article will touch the base of the […]

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New REACH regulation information requirements

May 31, 2022

New REACH information requirements in accordance with (EU) 2022/477 will apply beginning on Oct. 14, 2022. Representatives must provide non-EU manufacturer’s contact details in REACH-IT .Companies need to review their registration dossier and submit additional information in accordance with updated annexes (Annex VI-X) of the REACH regulation. Changes in REACH regulation requirements will apply beginning […]

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OEHHA adds PFOA to California Prop 65 Carcinogens List

May 31, 2022

The Proposition 65 warning requirements for significant exposures to PFOA will take effect on February 25, 2023. When a chemical appears on the list, businesses have 12 months to comply with warning requirements. Proposition 65 also prohibits companies that do business within California from knowingly discharging listed chemicals into drinking water. Once a chemical is […]

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