The SDPPI of Indonesia recently issued Technical Regulations No. 03 dated by 2020 on Automotive Short-Range Radar System and Telecommunication Devices. According to this regulations, automotive short-range radar systems and/or telecommunication devices that are supplied by the DC power should meet the following technical requirements to get access to the market of Indonesia:
EMF exposure limits for non-ionizing radiation of automotive short-range radar systems and/or telecommunication devices:
With regards to EMC requirements, the systems and/or telecommunication devices should meet the requirements of SNI ISO/IEC CISPR 32:2018 or other equal standards.
The following emissions measurements should be performed on the automotive short-range radar system and/or telecommunications device (if any):
1. For the equipment that is used in residential area:
2. For the equipment that is used in non-residential area:
Automotive short-range radar systems and/or telecommunication devices operating in the the frequency range from 76 GHz to 77 GHz should have the following technical characteristics:
Transmitters (Reference to ETSI EN 301 091):
Limits for the out-of-band domain:
Limits of the radiated spurious emission:
Please, note that the Technical regulations 08/DIRJEN/2004 on Vehicle Radio Location/Short-range Radar System ceased to have effect.
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