Is country specific certification required or is CE/FCC approval sufficient?
What is the lead time to obtain type approval?
Are there any marking or logo requirements?
Is in country testing required or can we leverage existing FCC or CE test reports?
What are the types of equipment that would require approval in this country?
Do I need an in country local representative or local certificate holder?
The Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) in Jordan published an updated on the regulations for RLAN use in Jordan. The new published RLAN regulations were officially approved on 13th April 2022 and is applicable for all RLAN devices.
The new RLAN rules allow the usage of WIFI 6E within the operating frequency band of 5925 – 6426 MHz for portable devices (indoor and outdoor).
5150-5350 MHz – TRC has allowed B2 (5250-5350 MHz) to be used, which means the whole band (B1, B2) is now allowed for indoor and outdoor use with 23 dBm Max EIRP.
5470-5725 MHz – TRC has allowed this band for indoor use only with 30 dBm Max EIRP.
5925-6425 MHz (Wi-Fi 6E) – TRC has allowed this band for portable devices (indoor and outdoor) with 25 mW dBm Max EIRP.
57-71 GHz – TRC has allowed this band to be used with 40 dBm Max EIRP provided that TX power shall not exceed 27 dBm.
The Telecommunications Regulation Commission (TRC) of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan made amendments to Short-Range Device (SRD) License document at the end of September 2021. The SRD License is based on the Jordanian Telecommunications Law No. 13 and ITU valid Regulations and Recommendations.
The Telecommunications Regulation Commission (TRC) of The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has published an updated Short Range Device (SRD) License on September 27, 2021. Updates to the document include changes in the allowances for 5150-5350 MHz, 5470‑5725 MHz, and 5925-6425 MHz frequency bands.
Type approval certificates are now valid for 3 years. Previously they were only valid for 1 year.
Cellular products require samples for testing.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) is now allowing companies to conduct technical experiments for the operation of 5G networks. The transition from 3G to 4G and on to 5G has moved quickly over the last 2 years. Several countries around the world are discontinuing 3G service starting at the end of 2018.
As regulations change from time to time in many countries you should contactCSIA for up to date information.
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