Namibia CRAN states that all equipment currently in the country must be approved by November 30th, 2015. Applications are currently being accepted and processed.
Serbian customs regulations changed and from now on there is no need to have an R&TTE certificate or an Opinion from the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications (Ministry) in order to import Routers, Switches […]
The OMERT (Office Malagasy d’Etudes et de Régulation des Télécommunications) has become Autorité de Régulation des Technologies de Communication (ARTEC).
The 5470-5650MHz band has been opened for use by SRD’s in Malaysia. Please contact Approve-IT for updated quotations for products operating in this section of the 5GHz band.
SUTEL in Costa Rica now requires that each model has its own certificate, where family approvals used to be allowed. Any difference between models, such as color, hardware, or software, will necessitate separate certificates.
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) along with the regulatory agency SIRIM have announced a Self Labelling Program. This will replace the current system in which labels are issued by SIRIM and affixed by […]
The full 2.400 – 2.835GHz band is now open for use by BT and ZIGBEE devices. The band is also open for certain types of WLAN devices, mainly Smart Phones and Tablets. For other WLAN […]
UPDATE (March 31, 2015): We expect the Secretary of Economy to issue a new letter in 2-4 weeks stating that compliance to either NOM-151 or NOM-015 is required. Current certificates of conformity to NOM-151 and […]
The OTRT (Office Tchadien de Regulation des Telecommunications) has become ARCEP (Autorité de Régulation des Communications Electroniques et des Postes).
There is a new local representative requirement in Sri Lanka, in which the local rep must submit the application. Approve-IT can provide this service, and the certificate can be shared amongst importers and distributors.