RoHS is a mandatory standard established by EU legislation. Its full name is "Restriction of Hazardous Substances" (Restriction of Hazardous Substances).
The standard has been formally implemented since July 1, 2006, and is mainly used to regulate the materials and process standards of electronic and electrical products, making it more conducive to human health and environmental protection.
CE certification is the mandatory safety certification of various products in the European Union to ensure that products entering the EU market comply with health, safety and environmental requirements.
The US FCC coordinates domestic and international communications by controlling radio, television, telecommunications, satellites, and cables in the United States to ensure the safety of communications products.
Many radio application products, communication products and digital products enter the US market, which requires FCC approval.
RoHS is a mandatory standard established by EU legislation. Its full name is "Restriction of Hazardous Substances" (Restriction of Hazardous Substances). 4
IC is the abbreviation of Industry Canada of Industry Canada. As a government agency, it stipulates the testing standards for analog and digital terminal equipment. It is responsible for the certification of electronic and electrical products entering the Canadian market. It stipulates that imported electronic products must pass EMC certification.
Its responsible products are roughly broadcast and television equipment, information technology equipment, radio equipment, telecommunications equipment, engineering medical equipment, etc., similar to the US FCC, IC currently only limits electromagnetic interference.
SRRC is a mandatory certification requirement of the National Radio Regulatory Commission. Since June 1, 1999, the Ministry of Information Industry (MII) has mandated that all radio component products sold and used in China must obtain a radio model Approval certification (Radio Type Approval Certification).
The network access permit is a network access permit system for telecommunications terminal equipment, radio communication equipment and telecommunications equipment that are used to access public telecommunications networks.
GCF (Global Certification Forum) was established in 1999. It is an organization jointly established by operators and terminal manufacturers. The purpose is to ensure the global interoperability of terminals through an independent certification process. Passing the GCF certification means getting approval from all GCF operator members.
RoHS is a mandatory standard established by EU legislation. Its full name is "Restriction of Hazardous Substances" (Restriction of Hazardous Substances). 5
PTCRB was established in 1997 by North American mobile operators and currently covers global operators. It aims to provide model certification for terminal products and templates including Cellular GERAN (GSM), UTRAN (UMTS) and E-UTRAN (LTE).
In order to enable consumers to more clearly understand the certification marks on the products they purchase, and to reduce the certification costs burdened by product manufacturers, the Korea Institute of Technology and Standards (KATS) announced on August 20, 2008 that it will be in 2009. On January 1, the new certification system KC (Korea Certification) certification began.
In response to the development of global digital convergence and supervision innovation, as well as the integration of existing communications and dissemination, the government proposed at the 8th Executive Meeting of the Electronic, Information and Telecommunication Strategy (SRB) of the Executive Yuan in 1987, planning to establish a telecom information communication integration Supervisory authority.
NCC stipulates that all telecommunication terminal equipment, low-power RF motors and telecommunication-controlled RF equipment need to obtain form approval before they can be sold on the market.
JATE (Japan Approvals Institute for Telecommunications Equipment) is the main registered certification body of Japan Telecom Equipment Technology Compliance Certification.
Telecommunications equipment compliance JATE certification and communication equipment connected to the telecommunications network need to carry out technical regulations compliance certification, JATE certification is mandatory, the certification body is a registered certification body recognized by MIC.
RoHS is a mandatory standard established by EU legislation. Its full name is "Restriction of Hazardous Substances" (Restriction of Hazardous Substances). 13
The standard has been formally implemented since July 1, 2006, and is mainly used to regulate the materials and process standards of electronic and electrical products, making it more conducive to human health and environmental protection. 13
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