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Global Market Regulatory Update--Wireless Products

Edit: GCDC  Affiliation: Standard Update  Views: 254  Release time: 2022-12-19

In order to ensure that customers' products enter the market in a timely and smooth manner, GCDC has specially compiled the following updated information on global market regulations for manufacturers and friends to learn in a timely manner.

North America

1. America

FCC conditionally approved 13 automatic frequency coordination (AFC) data systems in the 6GHz band

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Office of Engineering and Technology (OET) issued an announcement on November 2, 2022, conditionally approving 13 Automatic Frequency Coordination (AFC) data systems. These systems will manage license-exempt spectrum access in the 6GHz band – similar to CBRS in the 3.5GHz band. This decision helps to prepare for the next generation of Wi-Fi, including Wi-Fi 6E and Wi-Fi 7. The 13 approved AFC data system suppliers are: Broadcom, Google, Comsearch, Sony Group, Kyrio , Key Bridge Wireless, Nokia Innovations, Federated Wireless, Wireless Broadband Alliance, Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA), Qualcomm, Plume Design and RED Technologies.

2. Canada

(1) Canadian ISED released the second edition of RSS-102 SPR-002

Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) has published Supplementary Procedures to RSS-102, Issue 2, SPR-002 - "Supplementary Procedures for Assessing Compliance with RSS-102 for Equipment Operating at 3 kHz-10 MHz ". Issue 2, SPR-002, replaced Issue 1.

Currently, this supplementary procedure is in effect. After October 4, 2023, ISED will only accept applications for equipment using Phase 2 SPR-002 specifications for certification.

(2) Canadian ISED released radio standards RSS-139 and RSS-170

On September 29, 2022, the Canadian Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) released new radio standard specifications.

The Radio Standard Issue 4, RSS-139, replaces Issue 3, RSS-139, published on July 16, 2015, and revises the requirements for Advanced Wireless Service (AWS) equipment operating in the 1710-1780MHz and 2110-2200MHz frequency bands. The new version of the standard adds a frequency range of 2180-2200MHz; deletes the requirements related to mobile equipment identification and mobile communication international identification code.

·The fourth phase of the radio standard, RSS-170, replaces the third phase, and regulates the requirements for radio equipment operating in the mobile satellite service (MSS) frequency band, and adds the requirements for ATC equipment operating in the 2483.5-2495MHz frequency band. Removed frequency band 2180-2200MHz for ATC equipment included in RSS-139; updated frequency bands for mobile ground stations and ATC equipment.

3. Mexico

On September 13, 2022, Mexico's Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT) issued the third part of IFT-011-2022 Technical Regulations, which is the technology for mobile terminal devices (mobile phones and/or smartphones) to use cellular broadcast services to notify risks or emergencies specification. This specification stipulates the corresponding test methods and requirements, and will come into effect on March 13, 2023.

South America

1. Brazil

Brazil's ANATEL publishes guidelines for module certification

The Brazilian National Telecommunications Agency (ANATEL) has published Official Letter No. 218/2022, which includes certification guidelines for radio frequency (RF) modules.


1. Thailand

On August 10, 2022, Thailand's certification body NBTC opened public consultation on the draft technical regulations related to WiFi 6E. The planned open frequency band is: 5925-6425MHz, and the maximum power allowed for indoor use is 250mW, and the maximum power allowed for outdoor use is 25mW. Call for comments closes October 12, 2022.

2. Saudi Arabia

CITC Announces Implementation of Regulations on Frequency License Fees

CITC has announced that the Frequency License Fee Regulations have come into effect, which will apply to all frequency licenses.

The objectives of the approved standard are to:

Facilitate the use of spectrum

Supporting Wireless Technology Investments

  To accommodate the ever-increasing spectrum demands of wireless technology development.

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