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China Updates National Radio Regulations

China Updates National Radio Regulations
May 26, 2021

The MIIT issued a Notice on the Radio Management for the 2400MHz, 5100MHz and 5800MHz bands. The new regulations are going to be effective starting from January 2022.

As for now, the following Regulations will be cancelled:


  • Notice on updating the 2.4GHz frequency band transmit power limit and related issues
  • Notice on the use of 5.8GHz frequency band
  • Notice on Relevant Issues Concerning the Special Wireless Short-range Communication System for Intelligent Traffic Management in the 5.8GHz Frequency Band (信部无 [2003] No. 225)
  • Notice on Issues Related to the Frequency Use of Wireless Access System in the 5150-5350MHz Frequency Band 

The approval of radio transmitting equipment can be carried out on the base of the four above-mentioned regulations up to December 31, 2021. Previously certified equipment doesn’t require re-certification but once the validity period of the certificate is expired it is necessary to apply for renewal against new technical regulations requirements.

According to the new regulation the wireless LAN devices with IP address allocation function should support the IPv6 protocol and enable the IPv6 address allocation function by default.

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