The last 2 of April, the Ministry of Communications (MoC) in Israel issued an updated of the technical specification document on the general use of the frequencies in 2.4 and 5 GHz.
Main change is that the previous mandatory requirement of WiFi alliance certificate for 802.11n equipments has been removed from the updated regulation.
So now, 802.11n equipments are easier to be type approved by MoC, just submitting ETSI or FCC test reports.
The new regulation on the general use of the frequencies in 2.4 and 5 GHz is available in Hebrew in the following link at the MoC’s website.
The Authority in Qatar (The Supreme Council of Information and Communication Technology, ictQATAR) issued on March 14th, 2012 the Radio Spectrum Policy.
The aim of the Policy is the managing of the country’s spectrum resources. It balances the allocation of spectrum between the public and private sectors, and includes radio spectrum allocation and national frequency allocation.
Beyond the radio spectrum and frequency allocation component, the Radio Spectrum Policy also details radio spectrum licensing requirements, spectrum fees and billing, and monitoring and policy enforcement stipulations.
The Radio Spectrum Policy can be read at this link.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has issued a public consultation on the Proposed Regulatory Framework for Ultra Wideband (UWB) Devices.
The purpose of this consultation is to develop appropriate regulations for the UWB devices taking into account the views of the different parties.
The proposed regulatory framework includes different types of UWB: generic UWB (used for communications purposes), imaging radars, surveillance systems and medical systems among others. It also contains the required specifications for the design of the UWB devices as well as regulatory and technical requirements.
Comments on this consultation should be submitted by August 31, 2011 in writing to TRA.
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