The National Communications Entity of Argentina (ENACOM) issued Resolution 551/2021 on April 22, 2021. This Resolution updates the Annex "Frequency bands attributed to be used by low-power devices" of the Resolution 507/2018 as follow:
According to the Resolution 551/2021 transmitters/transceivers that carry out unidirectional/bidirectional communications, whose emission levels generate low interference capacity to other systems, and that operate in 915 to 928 MHz, 2,400 to 2,483.5 MHz and 5,725 to 5. 850 MHz frequency bands must comply with the requirements of technical standards ENACOM-Q2-60.14 V20.1 “Low-Power Devices“
The Resolution establishes a term of 90 calendar days from its publication within which all requests for Inscription of low-power devices in RAMATEL may be evaluated in accordance with the minimum requirements and test methods indicated in the technical standard ENACOM-Q2-60.14 V18.1. 6. However, in case of renewals, the test report submitted for the original registration may be accepted, as long as compliance with the limits established in the new regulations is demonstrated.
The full text of the Resolution you can find here.
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