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Taiwan: NCC published a public consultation about allowing 6GHz for Low power devices
December 26, 2023

The National Communications Commission (NCC) in the Republic of China announced on December 19, 2023, the proposed amendments to the Fifth Point of the “Technical Specifications for Low-Power Radio Frequency Equipment,” responding to modifications in the Republic of China Radio Frequency Allocation Table by the Ministry of Digital Development. The amendments, effective from July 15, 2020, open the frequency band of 5.945 GHz to 6.425 GHz for low-power wireless information transmission devices (U-NII). Specifically, devices with an output power of 14dBm or below are permitted, as well as indoor devices with an output power of 23dBm or below. To ensure compliance with international standards, mechanisms such as Listen-Before-Talk (LBT) are incorporated to prevent interference during channel access. Interested parties have 14 days to provide feedback, with contact details for inquiries provided. This expedited amendment is exempt from the standard 60-day notice period due to its alignment with broader regulatory changes.

Public Consultation Period: 14 calendar days (Special case)

Submission Deadline for Comments: January 4th, 2024 

Submissions are to be sent to NCC:

Type Approval – Market Access Requirements Impacted? No
Spectrum Impacted? Yes
Imports Impacted? No

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