Brazil: Anatel confirms new devices allowed in Brazil and updates testing procedures for restricted radiations
The Agencia Nacional de Telecomunicacoes (ANATEL). The Brazilian authority that is responsible for the regulations for market approval for devices with radio technology in Brazil, has published Act Nº 423 and Act Nº 237.
Act Nº 423 updates Act Nº 14448 on the technical requirements for the assessment of restricted radiation radiocommunication devices and includes new devices allowed in Brazil, including:
- Body Scanning Emitter-Sensor for Security Application operating in the 76-81 GHz band
- Interactive Motion Sensors installed in vehicles operating in the 57-64 GHz band
- Wireless Multigigabit System operating in the 57-66 GHz band in fixed applications
- UWB devices operating at 3100-3300 MHz and 3700-10600 MHz installed in vehicles
- 5150-5350 MHz devices installed inside vehicles and trains
Act Nº 237 revokes Act Nº 6506 and updates testing procedures for restricted radiation radiocommunication devices:
- WIFI 6E devices according to FCC KDB 789033 D02 (Reference 3.15);
- Emitter-sensor level detection devices operating in the 76-81 GHz band according to ETSI EN 302 729 V2.1.1 (Reference 3.12) and ETSI EN 302 372 V2.1.1 (Reference 3.13);
- Vehicle Communication System devices according to ETSI EN 302 571 V2.1.1 (Reference 3.11);
- Multigigabit Wireless System, operating in the band 57-71 GHz according to ANSI C63.10 (Reference 3.5);
- LBE and FBE devices (Access sharing system) operating in the bands 5,150-5,350 MHz, 5,470-5,725 MHz, and 5,725-5,850 MHz according to ETSI EN 301 893 V2.1.1 (Reference 3.10).
Further information on the Anatel requirements and the market approval for devices with radio technology in Brazil can be found here.
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