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CONSUMER PRODUCTS AND RETAIL E-SSENTIALS

Your regular update for technical and industry information

CONSUMER PRODUCTS AND RETAIL E-SSENTIALS

Your regular update for technical and industry information

Thailand: Amendment to communication equipment exempt for licensing requirements, Notification B.E. 2550, 2007 issued 

FEBRUARY 2020 – RELEVANT FOR: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS

The Thailand office of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) issued Notification, B.E 2562, 2019 as the amendment to Radio Communication Equipment Exempt from Licensing Requirements, Notification B.E. 2550, 2007 on 24 December 2019. The amendment mainly specifies the category of the general-use radio equipment (RFID, WLAN, Bluetooth, etc.). And special-use radio equipment is not involved in this notification.
Regulations of frequency usage for those mentioned devices are illustrated in Article 6 while the authorised frequencies with maximum power ranges can be found in Annex A.
General-use radio equipment must in compliance with technical specifications established by NBTC and following conditions:

  • The equipment should be unalerted with external change such as increase power, etc.
  • Users should halt the use of the equipment immediately when the equipment causes significant interference to other frequencies that are authorised at the same place.
  • The equipment should avoid affecting any other medical-use radio equipment.

The amendment was into force on 27 December 2019.

Find out more here.

 

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