Morocco Sets New Technical Conditions for Short-Range Devices
The National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (ANRT) of Morocco has recently revised the decision on Specification related to the use of Short-Range Devices (SRD). The new Decision ANRT/DG/N°07/2020 dated by June 25, 2020 replaces the amended Decision ANRT/DG/N°08/13.
In general, the technical requirements remain the same. The ANRT just revised some frequency bands as well as added some new ones.
Thus, Frequency Bands in Annex 1 “Non-specific SRD” were amended as follows:
Annex 2 “Induction loop material” is supplemented by the new band:
Annex 10 was combined with Annex 9 and now contains information on “Wireless microphones, audio transmission devices, and hearing aids”. The bands in the Annex were totally reconsidered as indicated below:
Annex XI “SRD radiodetermination applications including Equipment for Detecting Movement” is supplemented by the new band:
Annex XII: ”Radio frequency identification (RFID)” is supplemented by the new band:
Annex XIII: ”Tracking, tracing and data acquisition devices” is supplemented by the new band:
So, this is the brief review of changes in the Decision. The full text of the Decision you can find here.
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