What are the FCC Labeling Requirements? Electrical & electronic instruments which can generate radiofrequency radiation, as well as that, may create disruption to devices operating in the radio energy spectrum of 9 kHz to 3000 GHz are primarily regulated by FCC regulation. It falls into 3 categories: Unintentional Radiators Intentional Radiators Incidental Radiator What […]
On April 2021, National Communications Entity (ENACOM) published a new technical standard for Short Range Devices (SRD) ENACOM-Q2-60.14 V20.1 through Resolution 551 / 2021. The new standard became effective since July 26, 2021 and after this date, the new standard must be referenced. For renewal applications, retesting is not required as long as the old […]
On April 2021 ENACOM has published Resolution 551/2021 to introduce an updated version of the Testing Standard for Low Power Devices (SRD). The main updates are: New Testing Standard for Low Power Devices (SRD): ENACOM-Q2-60.14 V20.1. This standard has already become effective since April 27th, 2021 Replaced former ENACOM-Q2-60.14 V18.1 standard. New Frequency bands […]
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 […]
The authority Ente Nacional de Comunicaciones (ENACOM) in Argentina has released the following two updated test protocol versions: FHSS Systems Protocol V20.1 and Broadband Systems Protocol V20.1. These test protocols cover the following frequency bands: • 902-928 MHz • 2400-2483.5 MHz • 5150-5250 MHz • 5250-5350 MHz • 5470-5600 MHz • 5650-5725 MHz • 5725-5850 […]
ENACOM announced Resolution RESOL-2019-5424-APN-ENACOM # JGM on November 2019 which replaces the Resolution RESOL-2016-8967-E-APN-ENACOM#MCO and makes changes to the Resolution SC N 729/1980. The main changes concern Registration Documentation In the resolution, which can found at the updated list of documents required for a manufacturer, importer, and local representative. Applicants for the registration procedure-If a […]
ENACOM has released the new Q2-60-14 v17.1 Standard for Low Power Devices. This replaces version 16.1. Some of the devices this applies to are: • Alarms and motion detectors • Closed-Circuit Televisions • Industrial Control Devices • Access controls • Wireless audio devices • RFID • Transportation Telematics Equipment • Telemetry Systems There are […]
ENACOM approves a plan to allocate portions of the radio frequency spectrum for Wireless Access Systems in shared-use bandwidths. This article talks about Resolution №581, 2018. Information technology services along with fixed and mobile communications should use the following bandwidths without a license on a non-exclusive basis: 915 – 928 MHz 2.4 GHz 5 GHz […]
According to the new resolutions, 570/2018 Enacom had introduced the updated technical standards for Low Power Devices ENACOM-Q2-60.14 V18.1 The main changes that this new technical standard has brought are the following: – Removal of the antenna “special connector” requirement. * From now on, the requirement is that for devices using an external antenna, […]
A new resolution, 169/2018, concerning electrical safety certification issued by IRAM came into force. IRAM published resolution for the Essential Safety Requirements for Low Voltage Electrical Equipment. The new requirements published on March 28th, 2018 will cancel and replace the existing Resolution 171/2016 with a transition period of 60 days. Read the full Article about Ministry of […]
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