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On October 28th ENACOM published the official note O-2020-73167532-APN-SNYE#ENACOM which seeks to update the testing protocols for frequency hopping and Digital Broadband Systems.
Some important items are as follow:
-New Testing Protocol for Frequency Hopping Systems V20.1: For devices featuring setting different transmission bandwidths, minimum and maximum configurable bandwidths must be now verified.
-New Testing Protocol for Broadband Digital Modulation Systems V20.1: A new limit for Unwanted emissions has been set to 30dBc. So far, ENCOM is still working on a definitive Technical Standard for these protocols where the test methods are detailed. It is foreseen by ENCOM that the laboratories will have immediate accreditation, so it is expected to get a notification on the website about the updated standards.
Testing Protocols will become effective and ready to be implemented by local labs from December 1st, 2020.
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