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Main Radio Constraints for International Certification of Sigfox Devices

Introduction

The aim of this document is to provide guidance on the certification requirements for power, unwanted emissions limits and other constraints to be taken into consideration in the different countries where Sigfox operates or would like to operate in.

This document provides a high-level summary of the main constraints. This document does not replace standards or regulatory documents.

 

Summary of differences

Country

Operating Band UL

Max Output Power (EIRP)  UL

Max Output Power (conducted)  UL

Spurious limit (radiated except when mentioned)

Radio standard

Equivalent standard

ARGENTINA

902-928

36dBm

30dBm

20dBc

CNC Resolucion 302/98

FCC Part 15-247

AUSTRALIA

915-928

30dBm

N/A

20dBc

AS/NZS 4268:2012

FCC Part 15-247

BRAZIL

902-907,5 & 915-928

36dBm

30dBm

20dBc

ANATEL Resolução nº 506

FCC Part 15-247

CANADA

902-928

36dBm

30dBm

FCC

RSS-247

FCC Part 15-247

CE

868-868,6

16 dBm

N/A

>1GHz -30dBm; <1GHz 36dBm; 47-74MHz,87.5-118MHz,174- 230MHz,

470-790MHz -54dBm

EN 300 220-2 / -1 v3.1.1

 

COLOMBIA

902-928

36dBm

30dBm

FCC

MTIC Resolucion_2544_2009

FCC Part 15-247

HONG-KONG

920-925

36dBm

30dBm

 -20dBm

HKTA 1049; later HKTA 1078 issue 1

 

IRAN

868-868,6

16 dBm

N/A

ETSI EN300 220-1

EN 300 220-2 / -1 v3.1.1

 

JAPAN

920,5-923,5

16 dBm

13dBm

 

ARIB STD-108

 

KENYA

868-868,6

16 dBm

N/A

ETSI EN300 220-1

EN 300 220-2 / -1 v3.1.1

 

LEBANON

868-868,6

16 dBm

N/A

ETSI EN300 220-1

EN 300 220-2 / -1 v3.1.1

 

MALAYSIA

919-923

27dBm

N/A

ETSI EN300 220-1

MCMC MTSFB TC T007

EN 300 220-2 / -1

MAURITIUS

868-868,6

16 dBm

N/A

ETSI EN300 220-1

EN 300 220-2 / -1 v3.1.1

 

MEXICO

902-928

36dBm

N/A

FCC – with specific RB

MEX - NOM-121-SCT1-2009

 

NEW ZEALAND

920-928

36dBm

N/A

-49dBm (800MHz-915MHz) ;  -33dBm (928MHz-1GHz) (outside these bands ~-26dBm)

General User Radio Licence for Short Range Devices Notice 2016

 

OMAN

868-868,6

16 dBm

N/A

ETSI EN300 220-1

EN 300 220-2 / -1 v3.1.1

 

PERU

916-928

36dBm

30dBm

FCC

Resolucion Ministerial 309-2012 MTC 03

FCC Part 15-247

SINGAPORE

920-925

29dBm

N/A

32dBc

IMDA TS SRD Issue 1, 1 October 2016

 

SOUTH AFRICA

868-868,6

16 dBm

N/A

ETSI EN300 220-1

EN 300 220-2 / -1 v3.1.1

 

TAIWAN

920-925

33dBm

27dBm

FCC with different restricted bands (special attention to 825-915MHz -49dBm; 935-960MHz&1805-1850 -41dBm)

Low Power 0002 (LP0002)

28 June, 2011 revised

 

USA

902-928

36dBm

30dBm

FCC

FCC Part 15-247

 

PANAMA

902 – 928

36 dBm

30 dBm

N/A

PNAF 11. BANDAS ESPECIALES DE REGISTRO

FCC Part 15-247

COSTA RICA

920.5 – 928

30 dBm

25 dBm

N/A

ALCA50_01_07_2015

FCC Part 15-247

URUGUAY

915 – 928

36 dBm

30 dBm

FCC

RESOLUCION Nro.35/2000   DIRECCION NACIONAL DE COMUNICACIONES. Exp.9903040/1/1802

FCC Part 15-247

CE - EN ETSI 300 220-1 and EN ETSI 300 220-2

Standard

EN ETSI 300 220-1 and EN ETSI 300 220-2

Maximum output power

Unwanted emissions

The power of any unwanted emission in the spurious domain shall not exceed the values given in Table 19.


Table 19: Spurious domain emission limits

                Frequency

 

State

47MHz to 74MHz

87.5MHz to 118MHz

174MHz to 230MHz

470MHz to 790MHz

Other frequencies below 1000 MHz

Frequencies above 1000 MHz

TX mode

- 54 dBm

- 36 dBm

- 30 dBm

RX and all other modes

- 57 dBm

- 57 dBm

- 47 dBm

Receiver category

A new constraint in receiver category will be into effect of June 2017: category 3 minimum. From December 2018, the minimum receiver category will be category 2.

  • EN 300 220-2 v2.4.1 Harmonized standard for non-specific SRDs valid until 12th June 2016: no receiver category constraint.
  • EN 300 220-2 v3.1.1 Harmonized standard for non-specific SRDs valid 13th June 2016 to 31th December 2018: the minimum receiver category 3 level is required for all products.
  • EN 300 220-2 v3.2.1 Harmonized standard for non-specific SRDs valid from 13th June 2016 and mandatory as of 31th December 2018: minimum receiver category level 2 is required for all products.

FCC Part 15-247

Standard

§15.247   Operation within the bands 902-928 MHz, 2400-2483.5 MHz, and 5725-5850 MHz.

Maximum output power

From 15.247:

(b) The maximum peak conducted output power of the intentional radiator shall not exceed the following:

(2) For frequency hopping systems operating in the 902-928 MHz band: 1 watt for systems employing at least 50 hopping channels;

(4) The conducted output power limit specified in paragraph (b) of this section is based on the use of antennas with directional gains that do not exceed 6 dBi. Except as shown in paragraph (c) of this section, if transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used, the conducted output power from the intentional radiator shall be reduced below the stated values in paragraphs (b)(1), (b)(2), and (b)(3) of this section, as appropriate, by the amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi.

Unwanted emissions

From 15.247:

(d) In any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the frequency band in which the spread spectrum or digitally modulated intentional radiator is operating, the radio frequency power that is produced by the intentional radiator shall be at least 20 dB below that in the 100 kHz bandwidth within the band that contains the highest level of the desired power, based on either an RF conducted or a radiated measurement, provided the transmitter demonstrates compliance with the peak conducted power limits. If the transmitter complies with the conducted power limits based on the use of RMS averaging over a time interval, as permitted under paragraph (b)(3) of this section, the attenuation required under this paragraph shall be 30 dB instead of 20 dB. Attenuation below the general limits specified in §15.209(a) is not required. In addition, radiated emissions which fall in the restricted bands, as defined in §15.205(a), must also comply with the radiated emission limits specified in §15.209(a) (see §15.205(c)).

15.209 Radiated emission limits; general requirements

(a)    Except as provided elsewhere in this subpart, the emissions from an intentional radiator shall not exceed the field strength levels specified in the following table:

Frequency (MHz)

Field strength (microvolts/meter)

Measurement distance (meters)

0.009-0.490

2400/F(kHz)

300

0.490-1.705

24000/F(kHz)

30

1.705-30.0

30

30

30-88

100**

3

88-216

150**

3

216-960

200**

3

Above 960

500

3

**Except as provided in paragraph (g), fundamental emissions from intentional radiators operating under this section shall not be located in the frequency bands 54-72 MHz, 76-88 MHz, 174-216 MHz or 470-806 MHz. However, operation within these frequency bands is permitted under other sections of this part, e.g., §§15.231 and 15.241.

15.205 Restricted bands of operation

a) Except as shown in paragraph (d) of this section, only spurious emissions are permitted in any of the frequency bands listed below:

MHz

MHz

MHz

GHz

0.090-0.110

16.42-16.423

399.9-410

4.5-5.15

0.495-0.505

16.69475-16.69525

608-614

5.35-5.46

2.1735-2.1905

16.80425-16.80475

960-1240

7.25-7.75

4.125-4.128

25.5-25.67

1300-1427

8.025-8.5

4.17725-4.17775

37.5-38.25

1435-1626.5

9.0-9.2

4.20725-4.20775

73-74.6

1645.5-1646.5

9.3-9.5

6.215-6.218

74.8-75.2

1660-1710

10.6-12.7

6.26775-6.26825

108-121.94

1718.8-1722.2

13.25-13.4

6.31175-6.31225

123-138

2200-2300

14.47-14.5

8.291-8.294

149.9-150.05

2310-2390

15.35-16.2

8.362-8.366

156.52475-156.52525

2483.5-2500

17.7-21.4

8.37625-8.38675

156.7-156.9

2690-2900

22.01-23.12

8.41425-8.41475

162.0125-167.17

3260-3267

23.6-24.0

12.29-12.293

167.72-173.2

3332-3339

31.2-31.8

12.51975-12.52025

240-285

3345.8-3358

36.43-36.5

12.57675-12.57725

322-335.4

3600-4400

(2)

13.36-13.41




2 Above 38.6

(b) Except as provided in paragraphs (d) and (e) of this section, the field strength of emissions appearing within these frequency bands shall not exceed the limits shown in §15.209. At frequencies equal to or less than 1000 MHz, compliance with the limits in §15.209 shall be demonstrated using measurement instrumentation employing a CISPR quasi-peak detector. Above 1000 MHz, compliance with the emission limits in §15.209 shall be demonstrated based on the average value of the measured emissions. The provisions in §15.35 apply to these measurements.

 

Argentina

Standard

CNC Resolucion 302/98

Maximum output power

The maximum conducted output power is 1W for systems having a frequency hopping sequence with more than 50 hops.

The maximum antenna gain is 6dBW

Unwanted emissions

The power in any band out of transmitter operation band shall be attenuated by at least 20dB with respect to the maximum output power.

 

Australia

Standard

AS/NZS 4268:2012

Maximum output power

Unwanted emissions

In any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the frequency band in which the transmitter is operating, the power shall be at least 20 dB below that in the 100 kHz bandwidth within the band that contains the highest level of the desired power.

Brazil

Standard

ANATEL Resolução nº 506

Maximum output power

From ANATEL Resolução nº 506

a) a maximum peak power output of the transmitter should not exceed 1 Watt for systems employing at least 35 hopping channels, and 0.25 Watt for systems employing less than 35 hopping channels;

Art. 43. Except as provided below, equipment using spread spectrum technology or other digital modulation technologies, making use of transmission antennas with directional gain greater than 6 dBi, should have the maximum peak power at the transmitter output reduced to below those specified in sections V, VI and VII of art. 40 and in item II of art. 41, by the amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi:

Unwanted emissions

From ANATEL Resolução nº 506

Art. 44. The radio frequency power produced in any bandwidth of 100 kHz out of any of the tracks in which the system is operating, as provided in this section, must be at least 20 dB below the maximum power produced in range of 100 kHz within the operating range.

 

Hong Kong

Standard

HKTA 1049, ISSUE 1, April 2005

Maximum output power and unwanted emissions limits

The peak transmitter power shall not exceed 1W and the equivalent isotopically radiated power (EIRP) from the equipment shall not exceed 4W.

Unwanted emissions

The spurious emission level of the equipment shall not exceed 10 μW outside the frequency band in which the fundamental frequencies are located.

 

Japan

Standard

ARIB STD-108

Maximum output power

The maximum output power (conducted) is 20mW.

The maximum antenna gain is 3dBi. However, if EIRP is less than the value of 3 dBi plus 20mW of antenna power, the difference can be filled by the antenna gain.

Unwanted emissions

Permissible Values for Spurious Emission / Unwanted Emission Intensity at the antenna

input shall be less than the value in following table:

 

Frequency band

Spurious emission /Unwanted Emission Intensity (average power)

Reference bandwidth

f <= 710 MHz

-36 dBm

100 kHz

710 MHz < f <= 900 MHz

-55 dBm

1M Hz

900 MHz < f <= 915 MHz

-55 dBm

100 kHz

915 MHz < f <= 930 MHz*                                                                     (Except for |f-fc| <= (200+100×n) kHz if bandwidth of unit radio channel is 200 KHz,   except for |f-fc| <= (100+50×n) kHz                    if bandwidth of unit radio channel is 100KHz  Except for |f-fc| <= (100+100×n)kHz if  frequency band is 915.9MHz <= f <=  916.9MHz and 920.5MHz <= 922.3MHz. Where n is a number of unit radio channels constituting the radio channel and is an integer from 1 to 5)

-36dBm

                                                                                                               

100KHz

930 MHz < f <= 1000 MHz

-55 dBm

100 kHz

1000MHz < f <= 1,215 MHz

-45 dBm

1M Hz

1,215 MHz < f

-30 dBm

1M Hz

 

Adjacent channel leakage power

The adjacent channel leakage power shall be (200 x n) kHz or less. However, in the case where the center frequency is from 928.15 MHz to 929.65 MHz, it shall be (100 x n) kHz or less. (n is a number of unit radio channels constituting the radio channel and is an integer from 1 to 5.)

Frequency band of signal in use is from 922.3MHz to 928.1MHz (Antenna power is more than 1mW and 20mW or less.)

Leakage power in unit radio channel adjacent to a radio channel: shall be –15dBm or less


Malaysia

Standard

MCMC MTSFB TC T007

Maximum output power

The total maximum effective radiated power (EIRP) of the interrogator equipment shall not exceed 500mW.

Unwanted emissions

Transmitter & Receiver spurious emissions limits as for EN 300 220-1

 

Mexico

Standard

MEX - NOM-121-SCT1-2009

Maximum output power

The maximum EIRP allowed in 902-928MHz band is 4 watts

Unwanted emissions

4.5.1 For equipment complying with the transmitter output peak maximum power limits, the radio frequency power in any 100 kHz range outside the operating frequency bands shall be attenuated by at least 20 dB, with respect to that produced in the 100 kHz range within the bandwidth containing the highest desired power level. This is based on a measurement of either conducted or radiated RF emissions. If the transmitter's compliance with the conducted power limits is based on the use of RMS values averaged over a time interval, attenuation shall not be at least 20 dB mentioned but at least 30 dB.

4.5.2 Transmitters and receivers shall comply with the following non-essential emission limits in one of the following two cases depending on whether the measurement is made of radiated or conducted emissions:

(A) In the case of measurement of radiated emissions, the transmitter and receiver emissions shall comply with the limits set out in Table 3 only for the frequency bands listed in Table 3A.

(B) In the case of conducted emissions measurement, non-essential emissions which appear at the terminals of the antenna at any frequency shall not exceed 2 nanowatts in the 30 -1000 MHz band for any bandwidth of 4 kHz, or 5 nanowatts for frequencies above 1 GHz.

Cuadro 3

Límites de emisiones no esenciales fuera de las bandas de operación

Emisiones no esenciales en la banda

(MHz)

Límites de Intensidad de Campo eléctrico y potencia isótropa radiada equivalente

 

mV/m a 3 m

PIRE

30 – 88

100

3 nW

88 – 216

150

6.8 nW

216 – 960

200

12 nW

Por encima de 960

500

75 nW

 

Cuadro 3A

Bandas de frecuencias para las que aplican los límites de emisiones no esenciales fuera de las bandas de operación establecidos en el Cuadro 3.

MHz

MHz

GHz

37.5–38.25

73–74.6

74.8–75.2

108–121.94

123–138

149.9–150.05

156.52475–156.52525

156.7–156.9

162.0125–167.17

167.72–173.2

240–285

322–335.4

399.9-410

608-614

960-1240

1300-1427

1435–1626.5

1645.5–1646.5

1660–1710

1718.8–1722.2

2200–2300

2310–2390

2483.5–2500

2690–2900

3260–3267

3332–3339

3345.8–3358

3600–4400

4.5-5.15

5.35-5.46

7.25-7.75

8.025-8.5

9.0–9.2

9.3–9.5

10.6–12.7

13.25–13.4

14.47–14.5

15.35–16.2

17.7–21.4

22.01–23.12

23.6–24.0

 

New Zealand

Standard

General User Radio License for Short Range Devices notice 2016

Maximum output power and unwanted emissions limits

Special condition:

13. Transmitters using e.i.r.p. greater than 0 dBW (1 W) must employ frequency hopping or digital modulation techniques.

23. Transmissions must not exceed the following unwanted emission limits: –79 dBW (–49 dBm) within 800 MHz – 915 MHz and –63 dBW (–33 dBm) within 928 MHz – 1 GHz. The reference bandwidth for emissions is 100 kHz. Outside the band 800 MHz – 1 GHz, the limits prescribed in applicable standards prescribed in the Radiocommunications (Radio Standards) Notice 2015 apply. In the absence of applicable standards, the limits

prescribed in Table 2 of the notice apply.

Radiocommunications Regulations (Radio Standards) Notice 2015

Outside the band 800MHz – 1GHz, all products must comply with the requirements of Table 2 of this notice:

 

Singapore

Standard

IDA TS SRD Issue 1, 1 October 2016

Maximum output power and unwanted emissions limits

 

Taiwan

Standard

Low Power 0002 (LP0002) 28 June, 2011 revised

Maximum output power and unwanted emissions limits

4.8.1.1 Power limit:

(1)          Installed areas and the maximum peak output power limit:

(a)          For devices installed indoor or in a specific area: the maximum peak output power limit is up to 1W (inclusive).

(b)          For devices installed outdoor: the maximum peak output power limit is up to 0.5W (inclusive).

(c)          As shown in paragraph (a), “specific area” refers to particular, closed and restricted managed fields (for both indoor and outdoor).

(2)          If transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6dBi are used, the peak output power from the intentional radiator shall be reduced by the amount in dB that exceeds 6dBi.

 

4.8.1.3 Radiated emission limits:

In any 100kHz bandwidth, outside the frequency band in which the spread spectrum intentional radiator is operating, the radio frequency power shall be at least 20dB below that in the 100kHz bandwidth within the band that contains the highest level of the desired power, based on either an RF conducted or a radiated measurement. Additionally, for radiated emissions which fall in section 2.7, the restricted bands must also comply with the radiated emission limit specified in section 2.8.

2.1         The fundamental frequency of any low-power radio-frequency devices are restricted in any of the operation bands listed below. Spurious emissions are permitted in any of frequency band listed below and shall meet the field strength requirements of 2.8:



Frequency (MHz)

Frequency (MHz)

Frequency (MHz)

0.090 -  0.110

162.01 -  167.17

3500.0 -  4400.0

0.490 -  0.510

167.72 -  173.20

4500.0 -  5250.0

2.172 -  2.198

240.00 -  285.00

5350.0 -  5460.0

3.013 -  3.033

322.00 -  335.40

7250.0 -  7750.0

4.115 -  4.198

399.90 -  410.00(Note 1)

8025.0 -  8500.0

5.670 -  5.690

608.00 -  614.00

9000.0 -  9200.0

6.200 -  6.300

825.00 -  915.00

9300.0 -  9500.0

8.230 -  8.400

935.00 -  1240.0

10600 -  12700

12.265 -  12.600

1300.0 -  1427.0

13250 -  13400

13.340 -  13.430

1435.0 -  1626.5

14470 -  14500

14.965 -  15.020

1660.0 -  1755.0

15350 -  16200

16.700 -  16.755

1805.0 -  1850.0

17700 -  21400

19.965 -  20.020

2200.0 -  2300.0

22010 -  23120

25.500 -  25.700

2310.0 -  2390.0

23600 -  24000

37.475 -  38.275

2483.5 -  2500.0

31200 -  31800

73.500 -  75.400

2655.0 -  2900.0

36430 -  36500

108.00 -  138.00

3260.0 -  3267.0

38600 + (Note 2)

149.90 -  150.05

3332.0 -  3339.0

 

156.70 -  156.90

3345.8 -  3358.0

 

Note 1: 402 MHz - 405 MHz MICS systems (Section 4.11) are excluded.

Note 2: 76 GHz - 77 GHz vehicular radar systems (Section 3.13) are excluded.

 

2.8      Except higher limits as specified elsewhere in other sections, the emissions from the low-power radio-frequency devices shall not exceed the field strength levels specified in the following table and the level of any unwanted emissions shall not exceed the level of the fundamental emission. The tighter limit applies at band edges.

 

Frequency (MHz)

Field strength (micro-volts/meter)

Measurement distance (meters)

0.009 - 0.490 (included)

2,400/Freq.(kHz)

300

0.490 (excluded) - 1.705 (included)

24,000/Freq.(kHz)

30

1.705 (excluded) - 30 (excluded)

30

30

30 (included) - 88 (included)

100

3

88 (excluded) -216 (included)

150

3

216 (excluded) -960 (included)

200

3

above 960 (excluded)

500

3

 

 

Panama

Standard

PNAF 11. BANDAS ESPECIALES DE REGISTRO

Maximum output power and unwanted emission limits

11.1.4 The registration of these equipment will be subject to compliance with the following parameters:

For Point-to-Multipoint type links:

This equipment will be limited to operate with a maximum output power conducted of 1W (30 dBm) and with maximum antenna gain of 6 dBi. The maximum radiated effective isotropic power (EIRP) must not exceed 36 dBm (4W). If the above-mentioned gain is exceeded, the transmitter’s operating power must be reduced by the same amount of dB exceeded in the gain of the transmitting antenna.

 

11.1.5   The previously indicated bands of 902 to 928 MHz; 2400 to 2483.5 MHz and 5750 to 5850 MHz are designated by the ITU for industrial, scientific and medical (OCM) applications.
Radiocommunication services operating in these bands must accept the harmful interference resulting from these applications. The operation of equipment, networks or systems of spread spectrum technology that are used in accordance with the provisions of this section, will not have the protection of harmful interference by the Authority.

 

Maximum field strength measured at 3m from the radio transmitter:


 

 

 

Costa Rica

Standard

COSTA RICA ALCA50_01_07_2015

Maximum output power and unwanted emission limits

The following shall be considered as telecommunications networks constituted by the use of frequencies of the free spectrum radio:

a)      Those using digital technologies such as OFDM, FSK Spectrum and others, in the band 2400 to 2483 MHz, 5150 to 5250 MHz, 5250 to 5350 MHz, 5470 to 5725 MHz and 5725 to 5825 MHz only.

b)      Those operating in the 920.5 MHz to 928 MHz band for intelligent metering applications or systems using FHSS or direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) schemes, subject to the conditions detailed in section (7).

(7)          Technical operating conditions for equipment in smart meter networks and systems using FHSS or Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) modulation schemas.

 

Operation of devices in smart meter networks and systems using frequency hopping spread spectrum or direct sequence spread spectrum modulation schemes in the 920.5 MHz to 928 MHz segment is permitted under the following conditions:

 

Parameters

Value

Maximum Power (EIRP)

1 W (For all network devices)

Antenna types allowed

Integral or dedicated (internal antennas, according to the Recommendation ETU-R SM.1538-2)

Operating frequency band

920.5 MHz to 928 MHz

Protection against unwanted emissions

Intelligent metering systems and systems employing direct sequence spread spectrum or spectrum scattering schemes may not claim protection from interference or cause interference to primarily licensed services operating in that frequency band.

 

Uruguay

Standard

RESOLUCION Nro.35/2000

DIRECCION NACIONAL DE COMUNICACIONES. Exp.9903040/1/1802

Maximum output power and unwanted emission limits

6.5.- The maximum effective radiated isotropic power should not exceed 36 dBm, and should be minimized compatible with the establishment of radio-relays.

6.6.- In any 100 kHz band outside the reference bands, the RF power produced by the intermodulation products must be less than 20 dB below the frequency carrier in a 100 kHz bandwidth within the band In question, not being able to surpass the values that are detailed:

9.    Annex 3: Reference documents

  1. ETSI EN 300200-2 Short Range Devices (SRD) operating in the frequency range 25 MHz to 1 000 MHz; Part 2: Harmonised Standard covering the essential requirements of article 3.2 of the Directive 2014/53/EU for non-specific radio equipment
  2. ETSI EN 300200-1 Short Range Devices (SRD) operating in the frequency range 25 MHz to 1 000 MHz; Part 1: Technical characteristics and methods of measurement
  3. ETSI EN 301489-3 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 3: Specific conditions for Short-Range Devices (SRD) operating on frequencies between 9 kHz and 246 GHz
  4. ETSI EN 301489-3 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 1: Common technical requirements
  5. EN/IEC 60950-1 Information technology equipment – Safety – Part 1: General requirements
  6. Australia: AS/NZS 4268 - Australian/New Zealand Standard™ -  Radio equipment and systems—Short range devices - Limits and methods of measurement
  7. New Zealand: Radiocommunications Regulations (General User Radio Licence for Short Range Devices) Notice
  8. New Zealand: Radiocommunications (Radio Standards) Notice
  9. USA: FCC – Title 47 Part 15 and in particular Part 15.247
  10. Singapore: IMDA TS SRD
  11. Taiwan:  Low Power 0002 (LP0002), 28 June, 2011 revised
  12. Hong Kong: HKTA 1049: PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION FOR RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION (RFID) EQUIPMENT OPERATING IN THE 865 – 868 MHz AND/OR 920 – 925 MHz BANDS
  13. Hong Kong: HKTA 1078 Issue 1: Performance Specification for Radio Equipment Operating in the 920 – 925 MHz Band for the Provision of Public Telecommunications Services
  14. Peru: Resolucion Ministerial 309-2012 MTC 03
  15. Mexico: MEX - NOM-121-SCT1-2009
  16. Argentina: CNC Resolution 302/98
  17. Brazil - Resolution No. 506
  18. Japan : ARIB STD-T108
  19. Canada: RSS-247
  20. Malaysia: MCMC MTSFB TC T007
  21. Panama: PNAF 11. BANDAS ESPECIALES DE REGISTRO
  22. Costa Rica: COSTA RICA ALCA50_01_07_2015
  23. Uruguay: RESOLUCION Nro.35/2000 DIRECCION NACIONAL DE COMUNICACIONES. Exp.9903040/1/1802

 

 

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