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Staying up-to-date with compliance has never been easier with our worldwide regulatory updates. Track by countries, months, quarters, and wireless or ITE impact.

australia
AUSTRALIA: ACMA, Compliance And Labelling Update.

On February 25, 2015,  ACMA has made a number of important changes to the existing regulatory arrangements. These include: Reducing the number of categories used to describe the applicable standard and record keeping requirements for […]

February 27, 2015
brazil
BRAZIL: Public Consult for Modifications on The Rules for Telecommunications Products Certification and Homologation

Anatel opened on February 23rd the Public consult No.2, with the  proposal for modifications on the Rules for Telecommunications Products Certification and Homologation (Resolution 242). The comments will be received until March 5th. The proposed […]

February 26, 2015
ecuador
ECUADOR: New Telecom Regulator and New Law

ARCOTEL Will Be The New Telecom Regulator In Ecuador (Please note that the requirements and homologation process in Ecuador are still the same as usual.  The new Regulator has 180 days from the issuance of the new […]

serbia
SERBIA: Serbia will launch 4G services in May

In an interview with Tanjug, as relayed by Telecompaper, the director of Serbia’s Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communication and Postal Services (RATEL), Milan Jankovic, has confirmed that the country plans to launch 4G advanced mobile […]

brazil
BRAZIL: Frequency Allocation for Subscription Television Services

Anatel published on February 12th, the Resolution No. 648/2015, where the radio frequencies for the Subscription Television services are defined. This new resolution has the following objectives:   To proportionate the conditions for the use […]

argentina
ARGENTINA: New Rules For Equipment Labelling

A new guideline for labeling equipment certified by the CNC in Argentina was issued on February 4, 2015. Key points: The resolution will be enforced on May 4, 2015. All new equipment will have to […]

February 5, 2015