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The ACMA is proposing to amend the Radiocommunications (Short Range Devices) Standard 2014 (SRD Standard). This is to reference the latest industry-standard and allow the use of international test methods.
The proposed amendments will:
-Update the reference to the Australian/New Zealand Industry Standard ‘AS/NZS 4268:2012 Radio equipment and systems – Short-range devices – Limits, and methods of measurement’. The minimum performance requirements and methods of measurement for short-range devices (AS/NZS 4268) will now refer to the latest edition (2017).
-Allow the use of international test method standards as alternatives to AS/NZS 4268.
Short-range devices and low-interference potential devices include garage door openers, baby monitors, wireless alarms, and keyless vehicle entry systems.
This consultation closes on December 18th, 2020.