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The Australian Communication and Media Authority publishes the changes to the standard Telecommunications (Labelling Notice for Customer Equipment and Customer Cabling) Instrument 2015, which contains major highlights:
- QR code, or similar, can be used as an alternative form of compliance label, displaying the Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM)
- Machinery amendments have been made to the Telecommunications Labelling Notice, including:
- Removing references for supplier code numbers, national database manager, revoking standards, and updating the definition of the national database.
- Changes to reference the Mobile Equipment Standard 2022 (Technical Standard 2022).
3 technical standards have been removed as well from ACMA regulation, standards related to the Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) technology and an industry standard which applied to surge protectors:
- Telecommunications Technical Standard (Requirements for ISDN Basic Access Interface – AS/ACIF S031) 2015
- Telecommunications Technical Standard (Requirements for ISDN Primary Rate Access Interface – AS/ACIF S038) 2015
- Telecommunications Technical Standard (Surge Protective Devices for Telecommunication Applications – AS/NZS 4117) 2015.
These changes came into force since the publication date
Type Approval Impacted? Label
Spectrum Impacted? No
Standards: Telecommunications (Labelling Notice for Customer Equipment and Customer Cabling) Instrument 2015 AS/ACIF S031, AS/ACIF S038, AS/NZS 4117
Product Impacted? No