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Hong Kong updates
The Office of the Communications Authority (OFCA) in Hong Kong published its new HKCA 1081 technical specification.
This specification defines the minimum performance requirements for radiocommunications apparatus operating in the 6 GHz band
for wireless local area network.
In the new specification HKCA 1081 allows OFCA the usage of WIFI 6E within the operating frequency band 5925 – 6425 MHz for indoor and outdoor.
The maximum output power for WIFI 6E is regulated in Hong Kong as follows:
Indoor Usage: 24 dBm EIRP
Outdoor Usage: 14 dBm EIRP
The usage of WIFI 6E in Hong Kong shall meet the technical requirements specified in the standard ETSI EN 303 687,
6 GHz WAS/RLAN; Harmonized Standard for access to radio spectrum.
The Office of the Communications Authority (OFCA) has released a new version of the regulation that establishes the criteria that must meet 5G New Radio (NR) user equipment operating below the 6 GHz band for Type Approval.
Hong Kong to shut down 2G networks by September 2021.
The Communications Authority (CA) has announced the decision to cease the provision of all its second generation mobile services starting from 30th September 2021.
The Office of the Communications Authority (OFCA) has published a new version of the Frequency Table of Hong Kong, including new allocations for mobile services in the 26 GHz and 66 - 71 GHz frequency bands.
Contact CSIA for more information on this change.
The Communications Authority of Hong Kong (HKCA) has published a new specification for short-range devices (SRD) operating in the 4.2 – 4.8 GHz and/or 6 – 8.5 GHz bands using ultra-wide band technology. The new specification is under HKCA 1080.
According to the publication, it is possible to apply for Type Approval for "Short Range-Devices Using Ultra-Wide Band technology (UWB)" operating in 4.2 – 4.8 GHz and/or 6 – 8.5 GHz, providing that:
- the maximum mean spectral power density (e.i.r.p.) is 41.3 dBm/MHz
- the device meets all the technical requirements in accordance with the appropriate standards (ETSI EN 302 065 series)
For more details on this rules change and to find out if it applies to your products please contact CSIA.
In December 2017, Hong Kong’s Communications Authority published HKCA 1078, a new specification for Radio Equipment operating at 920-925 MHz for the provision of Public Telecommunication Services. This new specification co-exists in parallel with specification HKCA 1049, which applies to RFID equipment operating in the same frequency range of 920-925 MHz. Due to the publication of HKCA 1078, it is now possible to apply for Type Approval for ‘Radio Equipment for the provision of Public Telecommunication Services’ operating at 920-925 MHz, provided that the technical requirements outlined in Section 4 of this regulation are met. RFID equipment operating at 920-925 MHz can continue to be approved in Hong Kong in compliance with HKCA 1049.
As regulations change from time to time in many countries you should contact CSIA for up to date information.
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