The 5945-6425 MHz frequency range is accessible for WAS/RLAN:
INDOOR LOW POWER (ILP) equipment restricted to indoor use only. ;Outdoor usage of ILP-devices (incl. road vehicles) is not authorised.
VERY LOW POWER (VLP) equipment for both indoor and outdoor use (apart from fixed outdoor use). Usage of VLP-devices on radio-controlled models is proscribed.
The 5945-6425 MHz frequency range is to be used by WAS/RLAN devices on a non-exclusive, non-interference and non-protected basis.
WAS/RLAN equipment is to comply with the technical conditions and standardisation requirements mentioned in the annex to the paper.
More detailed information can be found under the link.
New ZealandRSM Updates Radiocommunications Regulations for SRDs
Radio Spectrum Management (RSM) of New Zealand has newly updated the General User Radio Licence for Short Range Devices. According to the latest version of the paper which came into affect on August 1, 2022, there are several crucial changes:
Clarification on frequency bands for the use of Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) and of Transmit Power Control (TPC). DFS and TPC can be only applied to the frequency band of 5250–5350 MHz within 5150–5350 MHz range.
Additional frequency range for WLAN in the 5925–6425 MHz band. Possible operating modes are as follows:
Indoors: 24dBm EIRP;
Indoors/Outdoors: 14dBm EIRP.
60 GHz devices can currently operate in the freuqency range of 57–71 GHz (increased permitted power: 25dBW EIRP). Previous requirements concerning “Indoor-Only Systems” have been also abolished.
23 dBm (200 mW) mean EIRP. Mean EIRP density for inband emissions – 10 dBm/MHz
An adequate spectrum sharing mechanism shall be implemented for channel access and occupation
ATU Recommendation on 6 GHz.
Restricted to Low Power Indoor (LPI) use only Outdoor use (including in road vehicles) is not permitted.
5925 – 6425 MHz
14 dBm (25 mW) EIRP
Mean EIRP density for inband emissions 1 dBm/MHz.
An adequate spectrum sharing mechanism shall be implemented for channel access and occupation.
Very Low Power (VLP) Indoor and outdoor use. Use of drones is prohibited.
Very Low Power (VLP) device is a portable device.
IsraelMoC Simplifies Market Access for Wi-Fi 6E Devices
The Ministry of Communications (MoC) in Israel plans to allocate additional radiofrequency ranges for technology products imported into the country and used both for private and commercial purposes. Devices using Wi-Fi 6E technology are also included in the RF spectrum.
Henceforth, the EU documents (EU DoC, EU Test Reports) are now acceptable for type approval in Israel. This is expected to facilitate import procedures. Detailed information on the adopted changes will be summed up and provided by the Ministry of Communication subsequently.
RussiaEAEU: Changes in TR CU 004/2011 and 020/2011
The Commission of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEC) has newly tabled amendments to the technical regulations on Low-Voltage Equipment (004/2011) and Electromagnetic Compatibility (020/2011). The adopted amendments include changes in:
the list of devices exempted from the technical regulation;
the terms and their definition (clarification of the existing definitions and agreement on new ones);
specifics of the requirements for operational documentation;
the list of equipment which is subject to obligatory certification.
A full description of the above-mentioned amendments can be found under the following links (in Russian):
The Mexican Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT) informs about its annual holidays: the authority will be closed starting from July 18 until August 1, 2022. This may affect processing time at the authority and lead to delays in homologation services.
Additionally, the IFT has been suffering considerable delays due to work overload which is connected with the amended regulations of February 2021.
IB-Lenhardt at EMV Cologne 2022
For the first time in IB-Lenhardt’s history, we’re showcasing our lab service portfolio at the annual EMV exhibition.
EMV (or EMC in English for “Electro-Magnetic Compatibility”) is this highly specialized field's event of the year where lab equipment manufacturers, test labs and electronics manufacturers come together. It is the place in Europe to discover the edge of tomorrow’s radio technologies and make sure it plays nice with the technology of today.
We are happy to establish ourselves in this market and look forward to seeing you there! The event (official title: Electromagnetic Compatibility International Exhibition & Workshops) is still open until Thursday, July 14 in Cologne, Germany. You can find IB-Lenhardt in hall 10.2, booth 517.
IndiaMTCTE: Amendments to Mandatory Testing and Certification
The Telecommunication Engineering Centre in the Republic of India has newly issued amendments to obligatory testing and certification of telecommunication equipment.
The amendments extend, inter alia, the date of mandatory certification of the MTCTE phase-III and phase-IV devices for a period of 12 months starting from July 1, 2022 until July 1, 2023.
Detailed information on modifications and affected equipment is availiable in the original MTCTE document (PDF).
The UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) is a mandatory conformity mark of the UK which replaces both CE and reverse epsilon markings. Manufacturers have to start using the UKCA marking until January 1, 2023.
In order to lessen challanges in confrorming to the new UK Regulatory Regime, the Government of the United Kingdom has recently announced supporting measures for businesses which are adopting the UKCA marking:
Reducing re-testing costs for UKCA certification.
Abolishing need to re-test existing imported stock.
Continuing to accept spare parts onto the GB market.
Allowing manufacturers to affix the UKCA marking and to include importer information for products from EEA countries (in some cases Switzerland), on an accompanying document or label until December 31, 2025.