On the wireless remote control products, communication products must meet the R & TTE Directive (Directive of radio and telecommunications terminal) -1999/5/EC requirements.
R & TTE Directive, including the products are:
Short-range wireless remote control products (SRD) such as: remote control toy car, remote control alarm system, remote control doorbell, remote control switches, remote mouse, keyboard and so on.
Professional radio-controlled products (PMR) for example: professional wireless intercom, wireless microphones.
Corded telephone, fax, MODEM, answering machine, a small telephone exchange (PABX)
Cordless phone CTO, CT1, CT1 + ...
ISDN (digital telephony products)
DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephone)
GSM, CDMA ...
Bluetooth products such as: Bluetooth headset.
For radio and communications terminal products, testing and certification, including:
EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility Test
Safety Test LVD (the new directive, the RF input for battery products, but also called for the test)
According to the European ETSI standards, the U.S. FCC standards for radio communication equipment testing (RF test)
Europe's information circular to allow the spectrum (Notification)
CTR (TBR) test
Electrical safety and health protection test (SAR evaluation)
Eastern European markets wireless products to enter the relevant provisions of
Since May 1, 2004, the European Community increased by 10 Member States, including Malta, Slovenia, Cyprus, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, so R & TTE Directive The effect will be extended to these new Member States. In the telecommunications terminal equipment and wireless products can be sold legally in these countries before, R & TTE Directive must perform tests to obtain recognition, but also must have the CE-mark.
When the wireless products want to sell in the European Community Member States, must take into account that some of the details. The EU Member States are in the history of independent development, each country may be different opening band, so in the EU area, there are some bands still need unity. Fortunately, in the meantime, there are many bands in the old EU Member States is already reconciled (hormonised). However, those who specify in the harmonic (harmonised) frequency bands used in wireless products (the so-called second class of product-Class 2-equipment) must be provided for filing procedures. By filing, equipment wholesalers (or manufacturers) informed the authorities of the Member States of frequency management products intended for this market in the country. 4 weeks, the competent authorities may raise objections to the time, if there is no objection in this period, the representative of this product may be listed in these countries. Products, packaging and paper products subsidiary operating limitations shall be clearly outlined. In addition, both the product and packaging must be accompanied by CE-mark with the Alert-Symbol.
EU enlargement for the wireless products have a huge impact. Because some of the bands in the old period is to reconcile the European Union (harmonised) (2004 年 5 月 1 days), but now may lose their properties to reconcile, because these bands in the new Member States may be used for other purposes (such as military, Police Channel). Unfortunately, so far, these problems have no solution yet.
The European Commission's Enterprise Directorate-General proposed to the existing product categories as the market benchmark. That is, under the Act, the first products (Class 1-equipment) without any additional notice, to enter all the EU Member States, the market sold. On the other hand, the second products (Class 2-equipment) through the filing process will need to enter the market to sell. In the new Member States intend to market wireless products sold in charge of the second vendor must inform the competent authorities in all relevant frequency, which is under R & TTE Directive the filing (notification) procedure. If the competent authority within four weeks of the specified no objection, the introduction of the product to the local market. However, if any, the European