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In it is official resolution No. 000737 dated 18th November 2022 announced the AGENCIA NACIONAL DEL ESPECTRO (ANE) that the usage of WiFi 6E within the operating frequency band 5925 - 7125 MHz is now allowed in Colombia for WAS (Wireless Access Networks) applications. This frequency band can only be used with a maximum output power of 30 dBm EIRP for access devices and a maximum output power of 24 dBm EIRP for client devices.
In addition and according to the resolution No. 000737 of 2022, the operation of a device under this application is limited to indoor usage only and the access device must be plugged to the electrical grid of the building (battery usage is not allowed).
Further restrictions and more information related to the usage of WIFI 6E in Colombia are given in details in the official resolution which can be provided upon request.
ANE published Resolution 148/2022 meaning that Resolution 105 of 2020 is modified and the National Table of Frequency Band Allocation is updated. Resolution 148/2022 updates Annex 1, Table 1.2 of Resolution 105/2020, with respect to the operational conditions of the wireless microphones. Specifically, it expands the range 470-512 MHz to 470-608 MHz (with 100mW e.i.r.p).
On April 16, 2018, the Ministry of Commerce, Industry, and Tourism and the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development published the Resolution № 0721.
The Regulation will come into force on January 19, 2019 and will replace Resolution № 0172 of 2012.
This Regulation applies to all zinc-carbon and alkaline batteries which are manufactured domestically or imported into Colombia except the rechargeable batteries, button cell batteries, and batteries entered as non-commercial samples.
All the batteries will have to comply with certain specific provisions regarding physical defects, dimensions, rated voltage, minimum average life expectancy, and designation.
In this regards, the batteries will need to undergo conformity evaluation and a certificate of conformity will be required.
An external label must be legible, accurate, and complete and should be placed on the packaging in a visible and easily accessible area.
The information on the label must be written in Spanish.
If the information cannot be translated into Spanish, it should be transcripted in Latin.
There are additional label requirements as well.
Contact CSIA for more details on this change to the battery regulations in Colombia.
As regulations change from time to time in many countries you should contactCSIA for up to date information.
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