Syria – SyTRA issued Updated Regulations for RTTE

SyTRA has recently published the “Instructions and Guidelines Regulations for Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment”. All equipment that uses the radio frequency spectrum and telecommunications terminal equipment are subject to type approval regulations in Syria.

The most important updates are:

  - A sample can be requested
  - The validity remains 3 years - however, a renewal request must be submitted within the last 3 months of validity or a new approval process is required.

Qatar -CRA Launches a Public Consultation about 5G Private Mobile Networks

The Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) launched a public consultation about fifth-generation (5G) private mobile networks, with the aim of receiving views and comments of stakeholders about their level of interest in implementing 5G private mobile networks in Qatar and about various regulatory options to support enterprises, businesses and government entities, that wish to implement them.

Stakeholders and interested parties can submit their related views and comments by emailing, by not later than Thursday, July 21, 2022. The public consultation document can be accessed via this link.

Egypt NTRA updates SRD Guidelines and National Frequency Plan

June 2021, NTRA updated the SRD Guidelines to version 2.0.

The difference with older edition is the merge of table 4 (Wideband data tansmission) and Table 13 (Wifi) into one single table.

The update guidelines can be found the authority website

Beside the SRD Guidelines, NTRA updated the national frequency plan inline with the lastest resolution of WRC19. The NFP can be found on the authority website as well.

Morocco : ANRT Approves Wi-Fi 6E and 24 GHz Radars

The use of Wi-Fi 6E is made possible following the publication of Decision ANRT / DG / N ° 07/2021 of May 2021 modifying and supplementing the technical conditions of use of radio installations made up of low power devices and low range.
This new decision brings some other novelties such as the use of omnidirectional obstacle detection radars in the 24-24.25 GHz band, low power low range portable devices operating in certain frequency bands.

Concerning Wi-Fi 6E :

BandsOutput PowerComments
5925-6425 MHz200 mW EIRPIndoor Use Only.
Use onboard of vehicles/wheeled vehicles is not allowed.
5925-6425 MHz
25 mW EIRPCan also be used for portable devices (smartphones, connected objects) Indoor and Outdoor.
Use for drones is not allowed.

Regarding the extension of the 2.4 GHz band :

BandOutput Power Comment
24-24.25 GHz200 mW EIRP maxThis band is intended for
omnidirectional obstacle detection
radars and motion detection radars

Please feel free to inquire if you have more questions