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Argentina ENACOM update Low Power Standard from Version 17.1 to Version 18.1

ENACOM published last week (October 25th) on Official Bulletin an updated standard from ENACOM-Q2-60.14 V17.1 to ENACOM-Q2-60.14 V18.1 for Low Power Devices in Argentina. 

See attached the English version.


Main changes are:

- Now is allowed devices working in 314-316 MHz frequencies.
         * Max output power 6.040 μV/m @ 3 meters.
         * Added specially for TPMS using this band
- Non-desired emissions below 960 MHz in devices working between 433.075-434.775 MHz, will not exceed level of 1830 μV/m @ 3 m, using a quasi-peak detector.

- Non-desired emissions above 960 MHz in devices working between 433.075-434.775 MHz, will not exceed level of 3650 μV/m @ 3 m, using an average detector.

- Non-desired emissions in devices working between 902-928 MHz & 2400-2438,5 MHz, will not exceed level of 500 μV/m @ 3 m, using an average detector.

Important:

For new applications: devices tested under previous standard, version 17.1, are accepted until January 25th, 2019


In case of renewals, the original test report will still be accepted if complies with limits established in this new standard.


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