Radio And Electronic Communication Network Terminal Equipment Conformity Assessment, Distribution And Usage Procedures

Original Language Title: Radioiekārtu un elektronisko sakaru tīkla galiekārtu atbilstības novērtēšanas, izplatīšanas un lietošanas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 561 in Riga in 2007 (august 21. No 46 14) radio equipment and terminal equipment for electronic communication network of conformity assessment, distribution and use of the arrangements made in accordance with the law "on conformity assessment" of article 7 and the electronic communications law article 7 1 and 2 and the second subparagraph of article 46 1. General questions 1. determines: 1.1. essential requirements and the conformity assessment procedures the following: 1.1.1. electronic communications network Terminal (-Terminal);
1.1.2. the radio equipment;
1.1.3. equipment that is both Terminal and radio equipment;
1.2. This provision 1.1. equipment referred to in point (communication equipment) distribution and use;
1.3. procedures for requesting and receiving electronic communications Directorate (hereinafter referred to as the Directorate) functions as the necessary information;
1.4. procedures of Directorate employees accessing the premises, buildings and equipment that are used for the provision of electronic communications networks or electronic communications services and equipment operating cause or may cause harmful radio interference (the-troublesome equipment), as well as require the allocation of radio frequencies is presented using permissions, or other statement of conformity with the use of electronic communications related documents. 2. The provisions of 1.1.3. equipment referred to in subparagraph apply requirements of this regulation, relating to radio equipment and the requirements of this regulation, relating to the Terminal. 3. These provisions shall not apply to communications equipment: 3.1 intended solely for sound or television broadcasting signals, except when they are considered a nuisance. Then apply this provision in paragraph 142.143, and 145.2.148. and in point and the bottom 150. the requirements laid down in paragraph 1;
3.2. intended for national defence purposes and are used in the national plan in the radio frequency bands allocated for use only in national defence. 4. These rules 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 shall not apply to: Chapter 4.1. amateur radio equipment, which are not sold, leased or otherwise offered for profit (including parts intended to be assembled into kits and communication equipment, which were redesigned for your amateur radio use);
4.2. maritime communication equipment of ships that are subject to the laws on marine equipment and conformity assessment;
4.3. flight communications equipment to be used, which installed or intended to install or attach the civil aviation aircraft;
4.4 the communication equipment used solely to ensure public security, defence or national security (including the economic well-being of the State), as well as the activities of the State in the area of criminal law. 5. Chapter 6 of these rules shall not apply to amateur radio stations. 2. Essential requirements (requirements) and applicable standards 6. Communications equipment the following essential requirements: 6.1 radio provides the land and space allocated in the radio spectrum and orbit resources used efficiently without causing harmful radio interference;
6.2. the terminal will not cause damage to the public electronic communications network or its functioning;
6.3. the terminal equipment shall cooperate with the public electronic communications network, a real or virtual connect, modification, billing, maintenance or disconnecting;
6.4. the terminal equipment to the public electronic communications network in partnership with other equipment and provides connection to the at the specified interfaces;
6.5. the legislation on electrical safety of equipment also apply to communications equipment with voltage up to 50 V AC or 75 V DC;
6.6. the use of communications equipment for the purpose intended, its emitted electromagnetic fields does not pose harm to human health;
6.7. the laws and requirements of the electromagnetic compatibility of equipment also apply to communications equipment;
6.8. This provision in annex 1 communication equipment is fitted to ensure access for rescue services. 7. The provisions of paragraph 6.6 and 6.8. does not apply to communications equipment that is in use or distribution or putting into circulation were instituted before the entry into force of these regulations. 8. The Ministry of transport, in cooperation with the relevant technical standards Committee recommends limited liability company "Latvian standards" adaptējamo standards, you can apply this provision essential requirements. 9. Limited liability company "Latvian standards" submit for publication in the newspaper "journal" for a list of the standards applicable to those who can apply this provision essential requirements (applicable standards). 10. If the equipment complies with the applicable standards or parts thereof, and if these standards or parts thereof are appropriate and correctly applied to communications equipment, believes that this communication equipment complies with the essential requirements which fully covers the relevant applicable standards or parts thereof. 11. If it is found that, properly applying and extending the applicable standards, are not communications equipment conformity with the essential requirements, of these regulations 21. notified body referred to in paragraph 1 or of the supervisory authority shall inform the Ministry of the economy. The Ministry of economy shall inform the European Commission thereof. 12. If in the official journal of the European communities has published guidance on the interpretation of the applicable standards or conditions to be taken into account when applying these standards ensure that communications equipment conformity with the essential requirements, or have published information about the withdrawal of the applicable standards of the Ministry of economy published this information in the newspaper "journal". 3. Conformity assessment 3.1. General questions 13. in order to ensure that telecommunications equipment conformity with the essential requirements, a person who is a communications equipment manufacturer or its authorized representative in the European Union or which is responsible for the communications equipment on the market (the responsibility for compliance), perform all the requirements laid down in this chapter. 14. If any of the requirements referred to in this chapter are not complied with, except where it is given the option to choose, consider that the telecommunications equipment conformity with the essential requirements has not been evaluated and certified. 15. compliance with the provisions of point 6.5 and 6.6 requirements after the check evaluates and certifies in accordance with these rules or regulations on electrical safety of equipment in their application the equipment with voltage up to 50 V AC or DC voltage to 75 V. 16. Terminal or radio equipment intended for the reception only, at the manufacturer's choice of procedure under these regulations 3.2, 3.4 or 3.5. Sub Division. 17. If, in the manufacture of radio equipment, which is dedicated to broadcasting, is fully applied to the applicable standards, the manufacturer after the choice of the procedure under that rule 3.3., 3.4 or 3.5. Subdivision. 18. If the manufacture of radio equipment, which is dedicated to broadcasting, the applicable standards are appropriate or not appropriate, in part at the manufacturer's choice of procedure under these regulations 3.4 or 3.5. Subdivision. 19. the conformity assessment bodies specified in the tasks this rule 3.3 and 3.4. section, perform product certification bodies accredited by the national agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau" to the standard LVS EN 45011:2004 "General requirements for bodies dealing with product certification systems" and for which the Ministry of Economic Affairs has published a notice in the newspaper "journal", or other European Union notified conformity assessment bodies. 20. The conformity assessment body's tasks referred to in this provision in subsection 3.5. quality system certification bodies accredited national agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau" to the standard LVS EN ISO/IEC 17021:2006 conformity assessment ". Requirements for bodies providing audit and management system certification ", and for which the Ministry of Economic Affairs has published a notice in the newspaper" journal ", or other European Union notified conformity assessment bodies. 21. in carrying out the tasks laid down in these regulations, these regulations 19 and 20 in the conformity assessment bodies (notified body) meet the following requirements: 21.1. the notified body and the staff responsible for the notified body carrying out the tasks not directly related to the particular communication equipment design, manufacture, import, sale, delivery or installation and do not represent persons who are directly linked to these activities. In this case does not preclude technical exchange of information between notified bodies and competent for compliance;
21.2. the staff of the notified body carries out these provisions in certain notified body tasks professionally and technically competent, fair, and ensure that their work is not affected (especially financially) person or group of people who are interested in the results obtained;
21.3. the notified body shall have at its disposal the necessary staff and resources to enable it to perform properly the administrative and technical work associated with the institutions laid down in these provisions the task for which it is intended;
21.4. the staff carrying out this rule 50 examination referred to in paragraph 21.4.1.: according to technical and vocational education;
21.4.2. an adequate knowledge of the tests or examinations carried out and adequate experience of the tests and inspections;
21.4.3. the skill to prepare conformity assessment certificates, records and reports required for the approval of the inspection;
21.5. that rule 50 examination referred to in paragraph, the notified body shall ensure the impartiality of the staff involved. Remuneration does not depend on the number of inspections carried out or the results thereof;
21.6. the staff of the notified body is insured for civil liability;
21.7. the notified body staff shall not disclose trade secrets concerning information obtained in carrying out its tasks, except as required by applicable law. 22. where the conformity assessment in accordance with the provisions of article 16, 17 or 18, it is concluded that the equipment complies with the essential requirements, the compliance officer must draw up a written declaration of conformity (also electronically). The Declaration shall include at least: 22.1. communications equipment type or model number and, if necessary, a brief description;
22.2. the essential requirements, which correspond to communications equipment;
22.3. the references to documents (e.g., regulations, standards and other technical specifications), where appropriate, providing communications equipment conformity with the essential requirements;
22.4. the conformity statement;
22.5. the Declaration of the name and address of the issuer;
22.6. the date of issue of the Declaration and of the sites;
14.1. the persons responsible for the name, address and signature. 23. Responsibility for compliance with this provision of the Declaration referred to in point 22 is stored together with the conformity assessment documentation. 24. The conformity assessment and Declaration of conformity documentation responsible for compliance to be presented at the consumer protection Centre (hereinafter referred to as the Centre) or at the request of the Directorate. If these documents are not presented, considers that the communications equipment match is evaluated and certified in accordance with these rules. The documentation referred to in this paragraph may also be submitted electronically. 25. Where the conformity assessment documentation or declaration of conformity please show at both the Administration and the Centre, it shall be submitted to one of the institutions, and the other shall inform that authority documentation is submitted. 3.2. The conformity assessment procedure ' internal control of production ' 26. Manufacturer provides the production process so that made this provision referred to in paragraph 27 dossiers and the essential requirements of the relevant communications equipment. 27. the manufacturer or his authorised representative shall draw up the EU conformity assessment of technical documentation. Documentation shall include at least: 27.1. communication equipment construction, operations, and a general description of the use;
27.2. the communications equipment, components and circuits the conceptual design and manufacturing drawings and diagrams with descriptions and explanations, allowing to understand the abovementioned drawings and diagrams and the operation of communications equipment;
27.3. communication equipment applied in full or in part a list of technical specifications, indicating the document number, issuer, date of issue and the name;
27.4. descriptions and explanations of the solutions used to achieve communication equipment conformity with the essential requirements if the communication equipment is not used in the applicable standards;
17.1. the design calculation and test results, test reports. 28. the responsibility for compliance with these rules stored in the documentation referred to in paragraph 27 of at least 10 years after the last communication equipment manufacturing and, if necessary, be presented to the supervisory authorities. 29. If the manufacturer or his authorized representative is not in the European Union, the provisions of paragraph 27 of that documentation, the person who disseminated of communications equipment on the market of the European Union. 3.3. The conformity assessment procedure ' internal control of production with specific equipment tests "30. responsible for compliance with the procedures carried out in accordance with the provisions of this subsection and subsection 3.2 and ensure that each communication equipment type (model) are made in the relevant tests. 27. These provisions for conformity assessment referred to in paragraph 1 shall be accompanied by documentation of the Declaration that the communications equipment has taken all the required essential tests. 31. If the relevant tests are mentioned, appropriate standards which apply to the communications equipment and the manufacturer or his authorized representative in the European Union to ensure compliance with the essential requirements of the relevant test to determine the extent of the manufacturer or of his authorised representative, the notified body. 32. in order to determine the relevant volume of the test, the manufacturer or his authorised representative shall submit to the European Union notified body application. The application shall be accompanied by the following: 32.1. communication equipment construction, operations, and a general description of the use;
32.2. the communications equipment, components and circuits the conceptual design and manufacturing drawings and diagrams with descriptions and explanations, allowing to understand the abovementioned drawings and diagrams and the operation of communications equipment;
32.3. communication equipment applied in full or in part a list of technical specifications, indicating the document number, issuer, date of issue and the name, 32.4. If the communication equipment testing or conformity with the essential requirements of a notified body has previously provided their views-the authorities notified, copies of the documents issued. 33. The notified body, when considering an application for a significant amount of the tests, the notified body shall take account of previously issued the conformity assessment results. 3.4. The conformity assessment procedure "technical construction file" 34. Responsibility for compliance with the procedures carried out in accordance with this subdivision and subdivision of this rule 3.3, shall prepare the rules referred to in paragraph 27 of the documentation and assessment of conformity with this provision of the Declaration referred to in paragraph 30 of the essential tests submitted for assessment in one or more selected notified authorities. 35. the compliance officer shall submit the rule referred to in paragraph 34 the application, indicate the identification number of the notified body the names that still have filed this application. 36. the notified body shall, no later than four weeks after the application and all the necessary documentation receipt shall decide whether the communication equipment complies with the essential requirements. 37. If communications equipment complies with the essential requirements, the notified body shall issue the certificate. 38. The notified body shall inform about their views other notified body in which the application is submitted. 3.5. The conformity assessment procedure "full quality assurance" producer uses 39. assessing the design, manufacture and final product inspection and testing of the quality system that comply with the requirements of this subchapter and under surveillance, described in this section. 40. the quality system shall be maintained so as to ensure compliance of the manufactured equipment for the communications requirements of these provisions. Producer with a written statement of the quality policy, procedures and guidelines to systematically and carefully document all decisions taken by the elements, requirements and conditions. 41. the manufacturer shall draw up and submit to the institution of the notified application for assessment of his quality assurance system. The application shall be accompanied by the following documents: 25.5. required information about communications equipment designed to produce;
41.2. the quality system documentation, which provides the quality policies and procedures (quality programmes, plans, manuals and records) and which includes: 41.2.1. the quality objectives and the organisational structure, responsibilities and powers of the management with regard to design and quality of production;
41.2.2. technical specifications, including the applicable standards and technical regulations as well as relevant test specifications that will be applied and, where the standards have not been applied in full, the methods that will be used to ensure that the production of communications equipment will comply with the essential requirements;
41.2.3. the design control and design verification techniques, processes and systematic actions that will be applied when designing the communications equipment contained within the product category;
41.2.4. the corresponding manufacturing, quality control and quality to ensure the definition of methods, processes and systematic actions that will be applied;
41.2.5. the examinations and tests that will be carried out before, during and after manufacture, and the frequency, as well as, if necessary, before the results of the tests carried out;
41.2.6. ways are provided to test and control features to meet specific performance requirements for the test;
41.2.7. quality records (such as inspection reports and test reports, calibration reports, reports on qualifications of the staff involved);
41.2.8. methods to monitor the design and production of communications equipment quality requirements and quality system efficiency. 42. The notified body shall assess whether the quality system ensures production of telecommunications equipment conformity with the essential requirements. It recognizes compliance with the essential requirements if the quality the system implements the applicable standard. 43. the notified body shall, on the basis of this provision of the documentation referred to in point 41 and, if necessary, also on the manufacturer's test results submitted, in particular whether the quality management system shall ensure compliance of the manufactured communications equipment requirements of these provisions. 44. the evaluation group at least one Member must have experience in the production of communications equipment technology concerned. The evaluation shall also include the manufacturer's inspection. 45. The notified body shall inform the manufacturer of its decision, which shall include a reasonable inspection findings. 46. the manufacturer shall undertake to fulfil the obligations arising out of the approved quality system, and maintain the quality system so that it remains adequate and efficient. 47. the manufacturer or his authorised representative shall inform the notified body that has approved the quality system informed of any intended change of the quality system. 48. the notified body shall evaluate the proposed changes and decide whether the premium quality system complies with this provision in paragraph 40 and 41.2. the requirements referred to in point or need a new quality system verification. The notified body shall inform the manufacturer of its decision. 49. in order to make sure that the manufacturer fulfils the obligations arising out of the approved quality system, the notified body shall carry out surveillance checks at least once a year. 50. The manufacturer shall ensure that the notified body carrying out the inspection, you can get to the design, manufacture, inspection and testing and storage and shall provide it with all necessary information, in particular: 50.1. the quality system documentation;
50.2. the quality of the produced records of communications equipment design (such as results of analyses, calculations, tests);
50.3. the quality of the produced records of communications equipment manufacturing (such as inspection reports, test reports, calibration reports, reports on qualifications of the staff involved). 51. the notified body referred to in paragraph 48 of the inspection report, which shall also be submitted to the manufacturer. 52. The notified body may pay unexpected visits to the manufacturer. If necessary, these visits the notified body may carry out or order tests to verify the proper functioning of the quality system. The notified body shall provide the manufacturer with a visit report and, if tests have been carried out, the test report. 53. the manufacturer shall, for a period ending at least 10 years after the last manufacture telecommunications equipment shall be stored and, if necessary, provides the supervisory bodies for conformity assessment documentation that contains this rule 41.2. the bottom point and the documentation referred to in paragraph 47 and 48, this rule 51 and 52 of the notified body referred to in the reports, statements and conformity assessment results. 54. each notified body allows you to use the other notified bodies the information relating to the issued and withdrawn quality system approvals including references to the relevant communications equipment produced. 4. labelling 55. to identify telecommunications equipment, telecommunications equipment manufacturer to each communication equipment to affix the mark indicating: 55.1. manufacturer's name or the name of the person responsible for communications equipment on the market;
55.2. communications equipment type or model number, production lot number as well as your product serial number (factory number). 56. If this rule 55.1. the person referred to in subparagraph is a natural person, nosa Kuma location indicates the first name and last name. 57. If, providing communications equipment conformity with the essential requirements, of the national plan for radio or radio frequency allocation of shared use of permit conditions, it is necessary to follow certain communications equipment supplied by the manufacturer of the components with the provisions referred to in paragraph 55 of the label marked each communication equipment component component replacement can affect the communication equipment to comply with the above requirements. 58. Every communications equipment that complies with the essential requirements, the manufacturer or his authorized representative in the European Union shall be marked with the CE mark in accordance with the provisions of annex 2. 59. If other legislation on conformity assessment relating to communications equipment, is expected to be marked with the CE mark, communications equipment be labelled with the CE mark only if it complies with the regulations on conformity assessment requirements. 60. Where the conformity assessment is involved in one or more of the notified body, the manufacturer or his authorized representative in the European Union communication equipment used in the labelling of the notified body identification number, placing it next to the CE mark to the right level with the CE mark. Identification number height must be equal to the height of the CE mark. 61. where the conditions for use of radio equipment and radio frequency bands not harmonised throughout the European Union or its circulation, for distribution or for use in the Member States may have restrictions or bans to communications equipment in compliance with public health requirements or spectrum efficient and appropriate use of requirements or to avoid harmful radio interference, including interference in the national plan for radio frequencies set out in radio or radio communication systems (hereinafter category communications equipment) , the manufacturer or his authorized representative in the European Union, highlighting the use of communications equipment category identifier (annex 3). 62. the provisions of this paragraph 61 referred to in category communication equipment believes its communications equipment, which are not included in the provisions of annex 4 in the category of communications equipment (communication equipment, which the terms of use and the band are consistent across the European Union and which can be put into circulation, distributed and used without this provision 61. restrictions referred to in points) in the list. 63. This provision, 55, 58, 60 and 61, paragraph marks displayed on communications equipment or special communications equipment data plate so that the label would be indelible, easily visible and legible. 64. These regulations 58, 60 and 61 of the label referred to in paragraph addition to deploy communications equipment to packaging (if any) and communications equipment in the attached documents. 65. the deployment of communications equipment to other labels, it must not conceal that rule 55, 57, 58, 60 and 61, paragraph mark. 66. the communications equipment regardless of whether communications equipment complies with the essential requirements, prohibited to place label that is similar to the provision in paragraph 58 that marking and is therefore likely to mislead third parties as to its meaning and form. 67. If a facility that is offered to the market as an integral part of the equipment is included in the communications equipment that users without specific cues cannot be removed, the equipment shall be marked pursuant to the procedure laid down in this chapter. 5. Distribution of 68. responsible for compliance, importer and distributor shall, subject to the requirements laid down in this chapter, released and distributed communications equipment whose conformity with the essential requirements has been confirmed with the provisions referred to in paragraph 22 of the Declaration of conformity, which are marked in accordance with Chapter 4 of these rules. 69. If the compliance officer is registered outside Latvia, of these rules for the performance of the duties referred to in the reply Distributor. 70. At the time of release for consumption or when starting to distribute in Latvia in the second category of communications equipment that uses frequency bands whose use is not harmonised throughout the European Union, responsible for compliance with the four weeks before that communications equipment into circulation or distribution in these rules shall be submitted to the Directorate 5. information referred to in the annex. 71. the Directorate within four weeks after these provisions in annex 5 to this disclosure approval of information and informed decision-making in Latvia established the restriction of use of the radio spectrum for communication equipment referred to in the notice. 72. If, in considering the provision of the information referred to in annex 5, the Directorate determines that the communications equipment does not meet any of the essential requirements or the national radio frequency plan, it shall inform the applicant and the Center. 73. the second category of communications equipment into circulation in Latvia may be start only after these rules referred to in paragraph 71 of the confirmation or four weeks after this provision in annex 5 of the submission of the information referred to in the Directorate. 74. The Directorate's list of category 2 equipment, for which it has received that information referred to in paragraph 70, published on its website on the internet. 75. Responsibility for compliance with the communications equipment user or consumer (hereinafter the user) documentation (which is supplied with communications equipment) in an official language shall give at least the following information: communications equipment 75.1. the intended use (optionally indicate instructions for use in communications equipment or its packaging);
75.2. The Member States of the European Union or the Member State in which the geographical area is intended to be used in the second category of communications equipment (indicate in the instructions for use and on the communications equipment packaging);
75.3. the second category of communications equipment restrictions on the use of the Member States of the European Union, including the necessary permissions (shared or radio frequency allocation usage permit) (optionally specified in the instructions for use, for communication equipment or its packaging);
75.4. public electronic communications network interface types to which the connected terminal (optionally indicate instructions for use in communications equipment or its packaging);
75.5. telecommunications equipment conformity with the essential requirements (optional add to this provision of communications equipment referred to in paragraph 22 of the Declaration of conformity or instructions or communications equipment packaging indicates "with this [responsibility for compliance with the name] declares that [the machine type or model] comply with Directive 1999/5/EC, the essential requirements and other relevant provisions", as well as add the exact Web site or mailing address that equipment available a copy of the Declaration of conformity);
75.6. communications equipment in the proper installation and use (indicate in the instructions for use). If providing telecommunications equipment conformity with the essential requirements, national radio frequency plan or shared radio frequency allotment permit conditions of use, it is necessary to follow certain components of communications equipment (such as antennas, feeder) comes with the instructions, the manufacturer describes its communication equipment or parts substitutions can affect communications equipment compliance with those requirements. 76. Communications equipment whose distribution or putting into circulation were instituted before the entry into force of these regulations, the provisions of paragraph 74 of the requirements of the compliance officer shall ensure, not later than three months after the entry into force of these regulations. 77. Communications equipment importer in accordance with the laws and regulations on customs, the performance of the customs procedure "release for free circulation of the equipment", the customs declaration shall be accompanied by the rules referred to in paragraph 22 of the Declaration of conformity. 78.111. These provisions and 112 in the cases referred to in paragraph Distributor is obliged to warn the user that the use of communications equipment in Latvia is prohibited. Distributor information provide the national language. 79. the second category of Distributed communications equipment, dealer is obliged to inform the user (including to provide information in addition to that mentioned in paragraph 75 of these rules) about possible risks, as well as the restrictions and requirements that must be followed for the use of communications equipment in Latvia. Distributor information provide the national language. 80. Fairs and exhibitions allowed exhibit communications equipment whose conformity with the essential requirements has not been evaluated according to these rules, where the communications equipment is placed well visible warning sign which clearly indicates that the communication equipment may not be placed on the circulation, distribution and use. Distributor information provide the national language. 81. If communications equipment conformity with the essential requirements has been confirmed with the provisions referred to in paragraph 22 of the Declaration of conformity and it is labelled in accordance with Chapter 4 of these rules, the Distributor or the person responsible for compliance with this provision and paragraph 152 109.1. in the case referred to in paragraph shall take the necessary measures to prevent such distribution of communications equipment and going into circulation and usage, including providing: 81.1. communications equipment removal from circulation;
81.2. alerting users;
81.3. withdrawal of communications equipment from users;
Center, Directorate of 81.4. and other supervisory bodies. 82. in order to appreciate how great is the risk that the communications equipment would cause harmful radio interference or damage electronic communication network, the compliance officer or the Distributor at the Center or at the request of the Directorate shall give honest and complete information about communications equipment. Distributor or the compliance officer provides information also on the previously distributed communication equipment. 83. Other claims, as well as the responsibility for compliance with the obligations and the dealer's responsibility and control communications equipment impacts on human health, life, property, the environment and security, determine the safety of goods and Services Act. 6. Installation and use 84. Allowed to install and use only in communications equipment, which are introduced and distributed in accordance with the procedure laid down in these provisions and which parameters and usage meets the responsibility for compliance with the specifications and use or technical specifications applied. 85.84 these provisions shall not apply to the provisions referred to in point 4 of the communication equipment. 86. the Terminal, which is expected to be connected to a public electronic communications network, of analogue subscriber line allowed to install and use, if the terminal equipment complies with the requirements laid down in standard EN 265:2006 "special requirements for terminal equipment that is connected to the public switched telephone network, fixed an analogue subscriber line interfaces" and EN 158:2006 "public fixed telephone network connection point of the technical regulations. Analog subscriber lines. The mechanical interfaces and adding method ". GA l must cooperate with electronic communication network interface standard EN 158:2006 "public fixed telephone network connection point of the technical regulations. Analog subscriber lines. The mechanical interfaces and adding method "and EN 159:2006" public fixed telephone network connection point of the technical regulations. Analog subscriber lines. Electrical interfaces and basic signal ". 87. the terminal equipment intended for connection to a private network to the public fixed electronic communications network with the digital flow of 2 Mbit/s (D2048) and R2 signalling, allowed to set up and use, if the terminal equipment complies with the requirements laid down in standard EN in 266:2006 "requirements to electronic communications terminal connected to the fixed public electronic communications network with the digital flow of 2 Mbit/s (D2048) and R2 signalling". 88. The provisions referred to in point 4.2 communication equipment authorized to install and use only if they satisfy the requirements laid down in the laws on marine equipment and conformity assessment. 89. the radio equipment fitted and used, subject to the rules and regulations for the use of radio spectrum, as well as in accordance with the allocation of radio frequencies usage rights or grant of use of radio frequencies. 90. Radio equipment owner, possessor or user (hereinafter referred to as the holder of the radio equipment) are obliged to designate the use of radio equipment for the responsible person that supports the requirements of these regulations. On the property of a natural person, the possession or use of radio equipment in use and these rules in the individual concerned. 91. If the radio equipment fitted to the stationary object (building) a public electronic communications network service user connection, on the technical characteristics of radio equipment for compliance with the laws and regulations relating to the use of radio spectrum, and on compliance with these provisions concerned the public electronic communications network operator. 92. To set up the radio and its antenna with the connecting cable (feeder) fixed objects (structures), the holder of the radio equipment in the installation of the technical development of the project according to the legislation on electronic communication networks installation and construction. 93. If the system consists of a number of radio communication equipment is installed, connected and intended for operation in a specific location, the system of radio equipment conformity with the essential requirements shall ensure the System Installer or if the installer is not known to the system. 94. the holder of the Radio supports radio equipment without harmful radio interference between radio equipment and rain with the required quality and radio-communication distance the minimum radiated power and antenna height not exceeding frequencies allocation use the limit values specified in the permit. 95. If the radio equipment, which is used in accordance with the shared allocation of radio frequencies usage rights, is a connector for connection to an external antenna, the user can use the antenna, which is analogous to the radio equipment manufacturer's technical documentation specified in the attached antenna with gain coefficient not exceeding the manufacturer's specified radio equipment. With this antenna, the holder of the radio stores and by authorised officials of the Directorate presented this request to the antenna manufacturer's technical documentation. 96. the holder of the Radio or on its use is the responsibility of the person responsible for the use of radio equipment in the whole store and by authorised officials of the Directorate is able to supply the demand of technical installation projects, radio equipment compliance with the supporting documents, 75 and 95 of these provisions under section Directorate of documentation and the radio frequency allocation of issued permissions for. 97. it is the duty of the holder of the radio equipment to ensure the officials authorized by the Directorate access to radio equipment in its place of installation and the possibility to check the operation of the radio equipment specifications for the use of radio equipment in the presence of the person responsible. 98. Termination of use of the radio equipment, the operation of which the Directorate has issued a grant of permission to use radio frequencies, radio holder within 30 days, notify the Director in writing of the termination of the use of radio equipment. 99. at the request of the authorised officials of the Directorate's radio holder terminates the corresponding the use of the radio, if radio equipment is installed, the electronic communications law, other laws and regulations on the use of radio spectrum, as well as the requirements of this regulation. 100. The sound and television broadcasting stations, fixed radio station on frequency bands below about 28000 kilohertz, mobile radio stations, standard frequency and time signal and other International Telecommunication Union radionoteikumo in certain radio stations broadcast a call sign. 101. the radio station call sign assigned Directorate according to the International Telecommunication Union radionoteikum, excluding national defence, security and public order of stations, unless they have the necessary international recognition signals. 102. Fairs and exhibitions allow to install and demonstrate the operation of the radio equipment whose conformity with the essential requirements is not assessed or which do not comply with the national plan, with only the radio Directorate issued radio frequency allocation for short term use. In this case, at the radio equipment placed well visible warning sign which clearly indicates that the radio equipment in Latvia may not be put into circulation, distribution or use. 103. If there is radio interference, responsible person checks that interfered with radio and each of its components is in order and complies with the technical radio frequency allocation permissions and regulations on the use of radio frequencies. It is the responsibility of the holder of the radio equipment to prevent any damage to the radio, the existing mutual interference of radio or other possible inconsistencies. 104. the holder of the equipment or the use of the radio equipment for the responsible person to immediately stop the machine, if it may endanger human life, health, personal belongings and the environment, causing harmful radio interference or harm to the public electronic communications network. 105. If after the provision under section 103 of the enforcement action on the harmful radio interference on the use of radio equipment, the person in charge or the holder of the radio equipment in the application submitted to the Directorate of radio interference (annex 6). 106. The Directorate shall examine the application for radio interference and provide a response in the month from the Directorate of registration of the application. If you interfere with radio navigation and radio communications of other security services, and in suppression poses a threat to human life, air or maritime safety, national security or public order Directorate application for radio interference shall examine within two working days. 107. Protection against other radio frequency allocations for radio interference harmful emissions by the Directorate provides the radio spectrum resource database registered radio frequency allocations with the conditions of use, the protected (protected allocation). 108. If the radio interference between workers meet the radio frequency allocation permissions and parameters laid down in the rules or with a specific arrangement for specific numerical disorders and spectrum sharing criteria, these disturbance suppression are allowed. 7. the restrictions and bans 109. Communications equipment prohibited to distribute, install or use if it does not correspond to 109.1.: one of the essential requirements;
109.2. they match is confirmed or assessed in accordance with these or other regulations on conformity assessment;
109.3. it is not marked with 55 and 58 of these rules, paragraph mark. 110.109. These provisions of the type referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply to substances referred to in paragraph 4, the communications equipment and the provision of 80 and 102 cases referred to in paragraph. 111. the radio equipment to set up and use is prohibited in the following cases: 111.1. radio equipment used for the purpose, subject to the responsibility for compliance with certain of the conditions of use of communications equipment, repeatedly causing or may cause harmful interference to existing or planned radio equipment that works according to the laws and regulations on the use of radio spectrum;
111.2. radio does not meet the national frequency plan and does not ensure electromagnetic compatibility with other radio equipment. 112. it is prohibited to use the Terminal and install, if it does not comply with the requirements referred to in that provision and paragraph 86.87. 113. it is prohibited to use and distribute the Terminal with unauthorized redesigned mobile equipment identifiers, as well as prohibited activities related to terminal equipment identifier assigned to unauthorized modification or unauthorized decoupling of terminal operation on another network if its industrial custom action specific to the electronic communications network. 114. If the communication equipment is distributed in violation of this provision in paragraph 109 above requirements, or for communications equipment is provided in paragraph 152 of these provisions that opinion, the Centre adopted the decisions and take the necessary measures. 115. when distributing communications equipment, is a violation of this rule 109.1. the requirements referred to in subparagraph or for communications equipment is the subject of this provision, paragraph 152 opinion on this provision in paragraph 115 of the measures taken and the reasons therefor the Center shall inform the Ministry of the economy. The Ministry of Economic Affairs will inform the European Commission thereof. 116. If, distributing communications equipment, is a violation of this rule 109.1. bottom of the type referred to in paragraph 1, the Centre, informing about this provision in paragraph 114 of the measures taken, indicating whether non-compliance is due to deficiencies in the applicable standards, the wrong application or communication equipment non-compliance with the applicable standards, which makes communications equipment does not meet the essential requirements of these rules. 117. If the center of oversight, establishes that the communications equipment is distributed, not subject to the provisions of this chapter 4, paragraph 70 or 75, it leads to the prevention of the infringement to the dealer to stop dissemination of communications equipment. 118.115. These provisions and 117. paragraph 1 shall not apply to the provisions referred to in point 4 of the communication equipment. 119. the second category of communications equipment the Directorate defines the Setup and usage restrictions, to 119.1. ensure: protection, security and public order;
119.2. ensure the rational and efficient use of radio spectrum;
avoid harmful radio interference suppression 119.3. other activities of the radio equipment;
free band 119.4. for other types of radio or radio systems, which is designed for national frequency plan;
119.5. ensure foreign delegations of senior officials visits Latvia. 120. the Civil Aviation Administration in accordance with the laws and regulations on aviation can set limits and prohibitions category communications erection and use of civil aviation facilities or in their immediate vicinity, if these communications equipment causes or may cause harmful interference to radio navigation and air traffic control equipment. 121. If communications equipment conformity with the essential requirements has been confirmed with the provisions of the Declaration referred to in paragraph 22, and communications equipment is marked with the provisions referred to in Chapter 4, marking a public electronic communications network operator may refuse to add electronic communication network, disconnect it from the network, or stop its use only if the Director is satisfied that the relevant communications equipment is causing serious damage to the electronic communications network or its functioning. Directorate for each such opinion shall inform the Ministry of the economy. The Ministry of Economic Affairs will inform the European Commission thereof. 122. In case of emergency, if the electronic protection of the network requires without delay to disconnect the communications equipment and if the operator can immediately and free of charge, to offer the user a different solution, the operator may disconnect communications equipment whose conformity with the essential requirements has been certified in accordance with the laws and regulations on conformity assessment. Operator in each of these cases shall immediately notify the Directorate. 123. The Operator may refuse to add the communications equipment of electronic communication network with the appropriate interface only for technical reasons, if this would violate this rule, 109, 111 112.113, paragraph or conditions, or that Rule 121 and 122 in the cases referred to in paragraph. 8.124. Market surveillance and trade of radio terminal equipment monitoring and control centre carried out up to the law on the State budget for the current year for the purpose of the funds. 125. The distributor provides access to the Centre's officials trade places and warehouses and provide all necessary information, in particular: 125.1. communications equipment models list;
125.2. information on the use of communication equipment and supplies;
125.3. information about communications equipment responsible for compliance;
125.4. information about communications equipment supplier, if the equipment is not received directly from 125.3. these provisions referred to. 126. at the request of the Centre's official distributor presented communications equipment, its Declaration of compliance, as well as user documentation provided. 127. the Centre's officials can visit the outlets without prior warning and, if necessary, carry out mystery shopping. 128. in order to carry out market surveillance, at the request of the centre responsible for compliance with those provisions in point 22 This Declaration of conformity and telecommunications equipment conformity assessment documentation (also electronically). If this documentation is not submitted, considered that the communication equipment is not rated. This documentation shall also be submitted to the Center in the Executive Directorate requires it. 129. The Centre shall have the right, in accordance with the laws and regulations on the safety of goods and services free of charge to receive communications equipment samples and organize their expertise. 130. According to the competence of the Directorate at the request of the Centre provide views on communications equipment, the use of the radio spectrum requirements of these rules in Chapter 2, requirements. 131. in order to make sure the Centre, or through the category communication equipment, responsible for compliance with this provision is noticed in paragraph 70 above, the Directorate provides the Centre with category 2 list of communications equipment, for which it has received that information referred to in annex 5, and the relevant communications equipment provide the necessary information. 132. The Center shall inform the Directorate of communications equipment, which is in violation of the distribution rule 109.1. or 109.2. the requirements referred to in subparagraph and which have accepted this provision, paragraph 114. 133. If the compliance officer is registered outside Latvia or not detectable after the communications equipment identification marks or other distributor in the possession of the documents referred to in these provisions, the responsibility for compliance with the obligations of response equipment distributor in Latvia. 134. the Centre, if necessary, shall inform the Customs authorities of communications equipment, for which this provision has been adopted in paragraph 114, that decision. 135. the Customs authorities shall apply the customs procedure "release for free circulation" only if the customs declaration is added to the rule referred to in paragraph 22 of the Declaration of conformity. 9. Use monitoring 136. Radio spectrum management function within the Directorate of systematic or random checks and use of radio equipment in compliance with the laws and regulations on the use of radio spectrum in the area in accordance with the procedure laid down in these provisions. 137. the use of radio equipment inspection directorate directly or using radio monitoring and radioizstarojum parameter values, or check the installation of communications equipment in place, looking at the equipment, checking the equipment technical documentation, compliance statements, others with the installation or use of linked documents or measuring transmitter and antenna feeder tract technical parameters. 138. In order to monitor the use of the radio equipment at the request of the Directorate responsible for the compliance with the submitted (also electronically) Chapter 3 of these rules and other regulations on conformity assessment of telecommunications equipment specific conformity assessment documentation, it is prepared to certify the conformity of telecommunications equipment of Chapter 2 of these rules and other regulations on conformity assessment requirements. This documentation shall also be submitted to the Secretariat of the Centre, if required by the Centre. 139. the officials authorised by the Directorate, indicating the certificate, may check the radio equipment at the installation site, without notice, the holder of the radio equipment. If you need to check the radio for national defence, security and public order, as well as emergency medical assistance, check the conformity with the Defense Ministry, the Interior Ministry or the Ministry of health. If necessary, the Directorate may invite to participate in the examination of the institution of law enforcement officials. 140. If Directorate, this rule 136, paragraph checks in real estate notes radio equipment operating in the frequency allocation without permission or violating the share allocation of radio frequencies usage rights laid down in the technical requirements, the property owner, possessor or of persons obliged by the officials authorised by the Directorate's request to give the news about real estate existing either installed in the owner or user of radio equipment (for example , a merchant name or first and last name of the person). 141. The Director shall examine the application on the radio, find the causes and harmful radio interference shall decide on the necessary steps to prevent it. 142. If Directorate, on the basis of the information in its possession and radiated electromagnetic field or radio signal parameter measurements, is the source of the interference remains highly localised and have found that the interfering equipment is located in the area of real property, building or on the premises or any other object, or at the request of the authorized officials of the Directorate: 142.1. the object owner, possessor or user to provide any information in its possession about it that object in electrical or electronic equipment can be troublesome and the owner, possessor or user;
142.2. interfering equipment owner, possessor or user to provide any information in its possession about the troublesome equipment and provides access to the Directorate officials interfering equipment to perform the necessary electromagnetic fields or radio signal parameter measurements or 143 these provisions in the cases referred to in paragraph-this provision of paragraph 143.3. sub actions. An object's owner, possessor or user to cooperate with officials of the Directorate, to ensure their access to sources of interference. 143. If the radio is used in violation of the legislation on the use of radio spectrum, or troublesome plant harmful radio interference suppression of threat to national security, public order, shipping or air traffic security, the Directorate has the right: 143.1. access to such radio equipment or troublesome equipment any time of the day;
143.2. to request such radio equipment or interfering in the operation of the equipment immediate disruption;
143.3. take technical measures to stop such interference of radio equipment or equipment operation. 144. For this rule 143 of the cases referred to in paragraph Directorate shall inform the relevant law enforcement authorities. 145. If during an inspection revealed the cause of harmful radio interference, officials authorised by the Directorate shall take a decision: 145.1. the destructive interference suppression must be rectified, as well as impaired if the holder of the radio equipment, the operation of the radio equipment shall not interfere with meet the regulations for the use of the radio spectrum for radio frequency allocation or usage rights;
145.2. that harmful interference to prevent interfering equipment owner, possessor or user, if the interfering equipment parameters do not comply with the laws and regulations on electromagnetic compatibility;
145.3. that harmful interference should be eliminated or their impacts reduced to acceptable levels then the holder of the radio equipment, radio equipment installed chronologically last if all the radio equipment operation complies with the laws and regulations on the use of radio spectrum and radio frequency allocation permissions;
individual solution of 145.4. harmful radio interference suppression, the interfering equipment and the smooth operation of the equipment to comply with the laws and regulations on the use of radio spectrum and radio frequency allocation permissions. 146. In deciding on the harmful radio interference suppression, the benefits get protection against harmful radio interference is the radio spectrum resource database registered radio frequency allocations with the protected conditions of use. 147. If between multiple user radio equipment operating in the frequency bands of the next encounter radio interference and the user assigned the spectrum usage rights are not subject to special protection zone of radio, the participating parties shall agree on a solution to the situation. If no agreement can be reached, the Directorate determines the frequency of the zone concerned by reducing the users involved in the amount of radio spectrum available. 148. On these rules in this examination of the authorized officer of the Directorate shall draw up inspection. The Act introduces inspections by the facility owner, possessor or user of radio equipment, the use of a responsible person. 149. the inspection shall include the following information: Directorate of 149.1. address and telephone number;
the number of acts, 149.2. the place and date of composition;
149.3. place and time of the inspection;
149.4. checks the object;
149.5. inspection findings, opinion and the decision taken;
149.6. officials authorised by the directorate posts, first name, last name, signature, and telephone number;
the equipment owner, 149.7. possessor or user or for the use of radio equipment in the explanation of the person responsible, name and signature. 150. the authorized officer of the Directorate shall document the results of the inspection, taking pictures or audio and video recordings made that are added to the inspection Act. 151. the Directorate for, finding the radio spectrum usage rises, have rights over legislation on administrative offences cases provided to draw up a Protocol on administrative violation. 152. Where, on the basis of the results of the checks carried out by Directorate notes that the use of radio equipment, it is not possible to ensure the legislative requirements for the use of radio spectrum and radio equipment operation or might cause a harmful interference to existing radio equipment in use or in the national plan for radio frequencies for radio communications systems provided for in, it prepares the relevant opinion and inform the Center. 153. the Directorate reported to the Centre for the use of communications equipment in the course of examination of the transparent distribution of communications equipment for infringements of the provisions of these regulations, if found in certain cases 109 points, which can be considered to be systematically observed error of construction equipment design or manufacture. 154.152 of these rules shall not apply to the provisions referred to in point 4 of the communication equipment. 10. concluding issues 155. Be declared unenforceable: 155.1. Cabinet of Ministers of 22 august 2000 Regulation No 283 ' telecommunications terminal equipment conformity assessment rules "(Latvian journal, 2000, 300./301.nr.; 2004, nr. 68);
155.2. The Cabinet of Ministers of 30 April 2002, Regulation No 171 "conformity assessment of radio regulations" (Latvian journal, 2002, nr. 67; 2004, nr. 69). 156. The provisions of paragraph 6.6 and 6.8 below shall enter into force by December 1, 2007. 157. The notified bodies accredited conformity assessment of telecommunications equipment by the date of entry into force of the rules, is entitled to carry out conformity assessment to the end of the period of accreditation. 158. the statement of conformity (conformity declaration, certificate), issued to the date of entry into force of the rules, to verify conformity with the relevant provisions of Chapter 2 of the abovementioned essential requirements, shall be valid until the expiry of the certificate. 159. the Terminal, which is expected to be connected to a public electronic communications network analog subscriber lines and compliance with standards EN 265:2000 "specific requirements for the terminal equipment that is connected to the public switched telecommunications network fixed analogue subscriber line interface" and EN 158:1999 "the public telecommunications network termination point of the technical regulations. Analog subscriber lines. Motor interface and add the method "is certified before the entry into force of these regulations, allowed to continue to distribute, install and use. 160. the terminal equipment intended for connection to a private network to the public fixed electronic communications network with the digital flow of 2 Mbit/s (D2048) and signalling and correlation of R2 standard LVS 266:2000 "requirements for telecommunications terminal equipment connected to the public telecommunications network, fixed with the digital flow of 2 Mbit/s (D2048) and R2 signalling" is certified before the entry into force of these regulations, allowed to continue to distribute, install and use. 161. This rule 109.3. the requirements referred to in subparagraph applies only to communications equipment, which are common, starting with the January 1, 2002. Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 1999, Directive 1999/5/EC on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity. Prime Minister a. Halloween traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 1 the Cabinet august 21 2007 the Regulation No 561 communications equipment, which provides access to rescue services 1. Radio equipment intended for use in water and covered 2000 April 6, Basel reached the arrangement concerning the radiotelephone service on inland waterways.
2. Radio equipment, which are used in the maritime mobile service and sea of mobile satellite communication services and intended to be fitted to ships not covered by the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea (SOLAS Convention), as amended in 1988, and intended for use in the global maritime distress and safety communications system (GMDSS) as laid down in chapter IV of the SOLAS Convention.
3. Radio equipment used in the 457 kHz frequency for avalanche victims and intended for searching (avalanche beacons).
4. Radio equipment which operates in the maritime mobile service and sea of mobile satellite communications services and which are intended to be fitted to ground stations or vessels not covered by the 1974 International Convention for the safety of life at sea (SOLAS Convention), as amended in 1988, which provided for automatic identification system (AIS).
5. Location beacons (EPIRB) leader, intended for use in the COP-SARSAT system and which use the 406 MHz frequency. Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 2 Cabinet-august 21, 2007, the Regulation No 561 1. CE marking the CE marking consists of the capital letters "CE" in the form: 2. If the CE marking is reduced or enlarged the size, proportions in the sample. The vertical size of the marking shall not be less than five millimeters, except where this is not possible because the size of the equipment or for some other reason.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 3 Cabinet august 21 2007 the Regulation No. 561 of communications equipment category identifier 1. communications equipment category identifier consists of the following picture: 2. the communications equipment category identifier placed next to the notified body number or, if not, the number adjacent to the CE marking to the right. The height of the identifier is equal to the height of the CE marking.
Traffic Minister a. shlesers annex 4 the Cabinet august 21 2007 the Regulation No 561. category i: communications equipment no PO box type of Equipment description and configure the parameters subcategory 1. Integrated Services Digital Network (Itegrated Services Digital Network-ISDN) terminal which is not streaming radio equipment, Terminal 1 connect to ISDN allowing (Basic rate access-BRA), ISDN primary connection (Primary rate access-PR), ISDN broadband ISDN or asynchronous transfer mode (Asynchronous Transfer mode-ATM) interfaces 2. Public switched telephone network (Public Switched Telephone network-PSTN) terminal, which is not One of the streaming radio 2 analogue lines, and many analog line terminal with direct dialing (Direct Dialling In-DD) or terminal equipment intended for connection to the Centrex system interfaces or virtual private networks (Virtual private network-VPN) 3. Leased line (wire) Terminal 3. Terminal equipment intended for connection to two wire or four wire baseband analog lines two or four wires wire voice bands analog lines, digital lines, synchronous data hierarchy (SDH data Hierarchy-Synchrono) digital line or optical line 4. Data transmission (by wire) to Terminal 4 of the Terminal for connection to X. 21, the network protocol the x.25 protocol, network, Ethernet, token ring (Token Ring) network, marķiermaģistrāl (Token Bus) network, transmission control protocol/over Protocol (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol-TCP/IP) network or retranslēšan frames (Frame Relay) protocol for network 5. Interactive broadcasting (by wire) of the terminal equipment of the Terminal 5. that connect to the network that supports circuit-switched or not image/sound transmission 6. Telex terminal equipment which is not streaming radio equipment 6. Single line or multiple lines of Terminal 7. Radio equipment intended for the reception of only 7.


8. the other Terminal (except streaming radio equipment) for connection to fixed networks 8.


9. the global system for mobile communications (Global System for mobile communications-GSM) GSM900, GSM1800, GSM-R Terminal see chapter II 9 1 10. improved Digital Cordless Telecommunications (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications-DECT) system equipment 18. see chapter II, section 2 of the radio of the European block 11 (trans European Trunked Radio-Tetra) system Terminal 13. see chapter II, point 3 12. land mobile earth stations 11. 12. see point 4 of chapter II 13. Satellite personal communications earth station 14, 15 see paragraph 5 of chapter II 14. Low data rate land mobile earth station 16. see point 6 of chapter II 15. Various usage of short-range devices 19, 20, 21, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31, 43. see point 7 of chapter II 16. Broadband data transmission equipment 22. see paragraph 8 of chapter II 17. Inductive equipment 24. , 36, 37, 39, 40, 41, 42, 44, 45. see chapter II, paragraph 9 of the motion sensor in 18 of the 26, 27. see paragraph 10 of chapter II 19. Short-range devices alarm transmission 32, 33, 34. see chapter II, paragraph 11 of 20 device alarm transmission decorations 35. see chapter II, paragraph 12 of the 21 medical implants 47. see chapter II, paragraph 13 of 22. Wireless devices sound (audio) signal transmission 48. see chapter II, section 14 of the 23 short-range devices (beacons) avalanche to find victims 49. see paragraph 15 of chapter II 24. Road transport and traffic telematics equipment 50. see chapter II, paragraph 16 of the 25 staff communications or Radio communications in private networks (PMR446) 51. see chapter II, paragraph 17 of the note. 1 subcategory number corresponds to the first category of communications equipment to the classification given by the European Commission and the European electronic communications Committee (ECC) website published on the internet in the first category the type of communications equipment.
II. The first category of communications equipment parameters, intended for radio broadcasting also GSM Terminal 1:1.1 the GSM900 and GSM-R (9 subcategories) no PO box parameter description note 1.1.1. frequency range of the 890-915 MHz/935-960 MHz P-GSM (transmission/reception) 880-890 MHz/925-935 MHz E-GSM (transmission/reception) 876-880 MHz/921-925 MHz R-GSM (transmission/reception) 1.1.2. Radio type (service) based on the Radionoteikum mobile service use GSM 1.1.3.-R User terminal equipment of users of terminal equipment 1.1.4.200 kHz Channel spacing 1.1.5. Radio frequency (RF) power up to 8 W (39 dBm) Up to 5 W (37 dBm) to 2 W (33 dBm) up to 0.8 W (29 dBm) power class 2 power 3 class 4 class 5. power power class 1.1.6. Radio frequency (RF) power of emitted 1.1.7. Transmitting/receiving distance (duplex distance) 45 MHz in modulation 1.1.8. type (s) of the Gaussian minimum Shift Keying (GMSK) Transmission capacity/1.1.9. action cycle/channel access protocol is not necessarily representative of 1.1.10 Technology standard applicable standards 1.2 GSM1800 (9 subcategories) no PO box parameter description note 1.2.1. frequency range 1710-1785 1805 MHz-1880 MHz (transmission) (reception) 1.2.2. Radio type (service) based on the Radionoteikum mobile service uses the GSM user 1.2.3 Terminal 1.2.4 200 kHz Channel spacing 1.2.5. Radio frequency (RF) power up to 1W (30 dBm) to 0.25 W (24 dBm) up to 4 W (36 dBm) power 1 class 2 class 3. capacity. power class 1.2.6. Radio frequency (RF) power of emitted 1.2.7. Transmitting/receiving distance (duplex spacing) 95 MHz 1.2.8. Modulation type (s) 200KG7WD the Gaussian minimum Shift Keying (GMSK) Transmission capacity/1.2.9 cycle/channel access protocol is not necessarily representative of Technology 1.2.10 standard applicable standards 2. Dect equipment (subcategory 18) no PO box parameter description notes 2.1. frequency range 1880 MHz-1900 MHz 2.2. Radio type (service) based on the Radionoteikum mobile service 2.3. Uses DECT terminal equipment of users of 2.4 kHz channel spacing 1728 2.5 radio frequency (RF) power is not defined in the 2.6. Radio frequency (RF) power emitted up to 250 mW e.r.p. power of treetops, treetops, time slot in the antenna type : built-in or specifically the transmitting/receiving 2.7. distance (duplex spacing). the applicable standard for TDD 2.8. Modulation type (s). the applicable standard for transmitting capacity of 2.9. the applicable standard 2.10. representative of standard Technology applicable standard 3. Tetra system Terminal (subcategory 13.) no PO box parameter description notes 3.1. frequency range 380 MHz, 390 MHz-385 MHz-395 MHz 3.2. Radio type (service) based on the Radionoteikum mobile service usage 3.3 Tetra emergency access end user terminal equipment. Network stations without direct communication mode (DMO-direct mode Operation) 3.4 Channel spacing 25 kHz 3.5. Radio frequency (RF) power up to 45 dBm (30 W) up to 40 dBm (10 W) to dBm (3 W) 35 to 30 dBm (1W) 1. power class 2 power class 3. power class 4. power class 3.6. Radio frequency (RF) radiated power of 3.7 transmitting/receiving distance (duplex distance) is not defined in 3.8. Modulation type (s) π/4 DQPSK (Differential Quaternary π/4-shifted phase shift Keying) 3.9. Transmitting capacity 36 kb/s 3.10 describes the standard Applicable Technology standard 4. land mobile earth stations: 4.1 with the frequency range 1544,0 MHz 1525,0-1559,0 MHz 1555,0-1631,5, the-1656,5-1634,5 MHz and 1660,5 MHz (subcategory 11) no PO box parameter description notes 4.1.1. frequency range 1525,0-1544,0 MHz Range (Space-Earth) 1555,0-1559,0 MHz Range (Space-Earth) 1631,5-1634,5 MHz transmission (Earth-Space) 1656,5-1660,5 MHz transmission (Earth-Space) 4.1.2. Radio type (service) based on the Radionoteikum land mobile satellite service 4.1.3. Use land mobile earth station voice and/or data communication of

4.1.4. Channel spacing determined by the satellite operator 4.1.5. Radio frequency (RF) power is not defined in the effective isotropic radiant 4.1.6 the power emitted (-isotropically radiated power-effective e.i.r.p.) density Up To 148 dBpW (177-25 log φ) To 130 dBpW dBpW if φ 40 ° 40 ° < if < φ < 75 ° if φ > 75 ° (Ф is an angle in degrees, between the main beam and the direction of viewing axes) 4.1.7. When transmitting/receiving distance (duplex distance) fixed satellite operator 4.1.8. Modulation type (s) determined by the satellite operator broadcasting capacity 4.1.9. satelite operator determines 4.1.10. representative of the standard applicable to Technology standard 4.2. frequency range 10,70-11.70 GHz, 12.50-12,75 GHz and 14.00-14,25 GHz (subcategory 12) no PO box parameter description notes 4.2.1. frequency range 11.70-12.75 12.50 10,70-GHz GHz 14.00-14,25 GHz (Space-to-Earth) (Space-to-Earth) (Earth-Space) 4.2.2. Radio type (service) based on the Radionoteikum land mobile satellite service 4.2.3. Use land mobile earth stations 4.2.4. Channel spacing determined by the satellite operator 4.2.5. Radio frequency (RF) power down the satellite operator in isotropic emission 4.2.6 effective radiated power in (e.i.r.p.) density up to 33-25 (φ + δφ) window-window (K) 10 dBW/40 kHz where δφ ≤ 2.5 ° ≤ φ + 7,0 °; Up to + 12-10 window (K) dBW/40 kHz