DIRECTIVE 2014/53 / EU OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL 16 April 2014
published in Official Journal of the European Union on 22.05.2014
In data 22.05.2014 the Official Journal published the new European directive 2014/53 issued by the European Parliament and the Council and addressed to radio equipment broadcasting, intentionally emit or receive radio waves for radio communication purposes or radio determination and systematically using the radio spectrum.
The in-line terminal equipment sets are not intended to be included in the Directive.
The recent publication repealing Directive 1999/5 / EC because it is subject to different and substantial changes and therefore abandoned for purposes of clarity.
IN SHORT, 10 POINTS BASED ON THE DIRECTIVE
1 – The transmitter must not cause harmful interference and unwanted radio wave emissions (in adjacent channels) should be limited to a level that, the state of technological progress achieved, allows to avoid harmful interference.
2 – The receiver, when this, It must possess a level of performance that allows a regolarefuznionamento and protect him from the risk of harmful interference (shared channels and adjacent).
3 – The receiver's reception capability is considered an important factor in ensuring the efficient use of spectrum: it must have an adequate resistance against harmful and unwanted interference signals.
4 – Interoperability between radio equipment and accessories, for particular categories or classes, It must provide a standard (battery charger) in order to reduce the accumulation of electronic waste and unnecessary costs.
5 – The protection of personal data and privacy of users of radio equipment as well as the protection of fraud, They must be improved through the development of appropriate features implemented in products.
6 – The equipment must support access to emergency services and the design must include the development for easy use even by people with disabilities.
7 – Ability to upload or change software if the equipment conforms is not compromised.
8 – Registration requirement for a centralized system of radio equipment to be placed on the market to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of market surveillance and to help raise the level of compliance with this Directive. This obligation entails additional burdens on economic operators and should therefore be introduced only for the categories of radio equipment for which you have not yet achieved a high level of compliance.
9 – For manufacturers it is not provided prior notification of information on conditions of use of radio equipment using non-harmonized frequency bands. The system ECO Frequency Information System (EFIS) European Office of Communications (ECO) It is available to manufacturers who can search the frequency information for all Member States and assess whether, and under what conditions, such radio equipment may be used within each Member State.
10 – For the purposes of promotion, of demonstration in fairs, exhibitions and events it is possible to exhibit radio equipment not conforming to this Directive and can not be placed on the market provided that the exhibitors guarantee that it provided a sufficient level of information to the public.
The complete version can be found at the link: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/IT/TXT/?s = uriserv:OJ.L_.2014.153.01.0062.01.ITA
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