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On September 14th, 2022, the Chilean authority for telecommunications (SUBTEL) issued Resolution No. 2844 to update three key items that define the frequency allocations and power limits for Short Range Devices.
The main changes on this publication were made for:
- Medical Devices with wireless capabilities operating at 2400 – 2483.5 MHz (removal of the 50 uV/m limitations)
- Vehicular Radars operating at 77 – 81 GHz (redefinition of the maximum allowed power by setting it as EIRP instead of transmitter + antenna value)
- Wi-Fi 6E allocated frequencies were limited to just the lower band (5925 – 6425 MHz)
It’s important to note that this publication is an amendment to the main standard (EXENTA 1985 / 2017) and the new values in articles h, i, and j.1 have immediate applicability.
Type Approval impacted: Yes
Spectrum Impacted: 5925 – 7125 MHz
Imports Impacted: No
Standards Impacted: Exenta 1985 /2017
Product Impact: Access Points, WLAN, Short Range Devices, Vehicular Radar, Medical Devices