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 Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) in United Arab Emirates has issued 4 public consultations related to the regulations are in force at this moment.
The purpose of these documents is to invite comments from stakeholders regarding the TRA’s intention to fully review and revise the following issued TRA Regulations:
- Cellular Systems Coverage Measurement version 1.0
- Spectrum Allocation and Assignment version 1.0
- Short Range Devices version 1.0
- Use of 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz bands for WLAN and RLAN version 1.0
All public consultation documents are based on the current and in force version of these regulations, where the TRA asks some questions through them.
Comments are accepted until next 28th September. Consultative documents can be checked at TRA’s website.
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