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KENYA: DRAFT GUIDELINES FOR MOBILE CELLULAR DEVICES

IN KENYA, a draft guidelines was published in March 2021 by the regulator. The document explains the conditions to be met before importing or marketing mobile equipment in Kenya. Several points are highlighted by the Communication Authority of Kenya in said document. Let us note the following points without the list being exhaustive. Contact us for more details at sales@consultit-now.com General requirements General A physical or electronic user manual shall accompany every mobile cellular device sold in Kenya. Vendors shall…

NIGERIA: TYPE APPROVAL PRICING SCHEME

The Nigerian telecommunications regulator NCC (Nigerian Communication Commission) revised the prices of type approval depending on the equipment. This new provision will come into force on July 1, 2021. We will communicate the necessary information once this provision is applied. Contact us for more details at sales@consultit-now.com…

FLASH –QATAR: PUBLIC CONSULTATION RELATED TO WI-FI 6

CRA – Communication Regulatory Authority State of Qatar has launched a public consultation entitled Class License For use of RLAN devices Over 5925-7125 MHz band “ WI-FI ”. This public consultation is in accordance with Decree Law No. (34) of 2006 on the promulgation of the telecommunications Law as amended by the Law No. 17 of 2017, the Executive By -Law for the Telecommunications Law. As a reminder, opinions and comments are received by email at type.approval@cra.gov.qa no later than…

FLASH SAUDIA ARABIA: PUBLIC CONSULTATION

Since March 04, The Communication and Information Technology Commission of Saudia Arabia has published a public consultation valid until April 04. The consultation covers the technical specifications. Several points are mentioned in the said document, namely Requirements for Radio Modules. Comments are received at TechSpecs@citc.gov.sa. The consultation is available on the regulator’s website at the following address: https://www.citc.gov.sa/en/new/publicConsultation/Pages/144202.aspx…

SIERRA LEONE: THE TELECOMMUNICATION (ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT TYPE APPROVAL) REGULATIONS 2020

Samples may be requested in some cases announced the regulator NATCOM (National Telecommunications Commission) has published the new regulation for 2020. The regulation explains the conditions of use of electronic telecommunications equipment in the country. For all questions about Sierra Leone, contact us at sales@consultit-now.com…

TOGO: TYPE APPROVAL REGULATION UPDATED

Togo welcomes major changes in regulation. Recent changes have been made to the approval process. Formerly known as ARTP, the agency now bears the name ARCEP (Regulatory Authority for Electronic Communications and Posts). Note that the agency has also updated its prices.…

BOTSWANA: TYPE APPROVAL IS PERMANENT

Botswana: Type Approval is permanentNow type approval certificates are permanent in Botswana. BOCRA confirmed this new provision by an official communication on its website recently. Note that this provision has been in effect since July 30 and applies to all stakeholders. GOOD TO KNOW QUESTIONS ANSWERS What should we do with already expired certificates? Customers can apply for the permanent certificate What is the case with certificates that expire soon? Customers must apply 3 months before the certificates expire to…

DRC : CONFIRMATION OF THE VALIDITY OF CERTIFICATES

Confirmation of the validity of certificates

ARPTC in the DRC recently confirmed the new validity of certificates according to the category of equipment. As a reminder, in our newsletter n ° 90 of October 07, 2019, the regulator announced that it would make changes to the validity of certificates depending on the category of equipment. Indeed, this new validity applies to new projects that will be subject to approval. Note that the information that must appear on the label is as follows: Certificate number Homologation /…

FLASH – MOROCCO: NEW PROVISION

The regulatory authority recently published a new decision on the conditions of use of low power and short range equipment (A2FP). According to Article 9 of this decision, any installation of the type (A2FP) or forming a local radio network must be subject to prior approval under Articles 15 and 16 of the aforementioned law n ° 24-96. Information on the use of the related frequency bands is published on the regulator’s website in French. As a reminder, this decision…

ARCEP-BURKINA

Death of Mr. Souleyman Zabré head of the Inspection and Spectrum Control department of ARCEP Burkina last Monday. This situation could slow down activities within ARCEP in the coming days.…