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オーストラリア

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私たちは、オーストラリアにおける無線型式認証に関するすべてのサービスを提供します。オーストラリア(キャンベラ)の当局、特にオーストラリア通信メディア庁 と良好な関係を持ち、コンシューマー向けや車載向けの無線製品、およびISM周波数帯の(短距離無線機器(SRD)の認証に関する弊社のエキスパートが、オーストラリアへの市場参入を円滑かつ高い費用対効果で実現します。

 

御社製品の市場投入をサポートするために、以下のサービスを提供しています。

  • 安全性、EMC、無線などの規制に適合するために、御社の特定製品または技術に対応する適用要件の見極め
  • 適合性を判断するための設計開発段階における事前適合性試験の実施
  • 申請書やその他の必要なフォーム作成の支援
  • 各国の要件に対して有効なCB試験レポートおよび認証書、および無線などその他の試験レポートを発行するための、弊社の認定試験ラボまたは御社の認定試験施設での試験実施
  • 現地の試験・認証機関との協力を含む、申請プロセス全体のハンドリング
  • 認証発行前に要求される事前の工場監査の手配
  • 必要に応じて、認証された製品の検証試験の手配
  • IB-Lenhardt AGチームおよび/またはパートナーによるプロジェクト進捗加速化の支援
  • 必要に応じて、認証書のメンテナンスの更新のサポート
  • 必要に応じて、取扱説明書の翻訳

 

御社からの詳細情報に基づき、オーストラリアに対する認証取得のお見積もりを作成いたします。

quote@ib-lenhardt.de



GEO / MAP から Australia


一般的な情報 Australia

正式名称:
Australia


キャピタル
Canberra


大陸
Oceania


緯度度
-28.32426280242283


経度
137.44317938666993


カレンシー
Australian dollar


国コード
+ 61


トップレベルドメイン
.au


言語
English


サイズ(平方キロメートルで)
7,686,850.0 km²


人口(2011年現在)
22620600 Einwohner


国連に参加する日
01.11.1945


ISO3166-2によると国コード
AU


ISO3166-3によると国コード
AUS


Certificate Example for Australia

Example Radio Type Approval Certificate for オーストラリア
Download Certificate
PDF / JPG



必須/任意
必須

当局/規制機関
Australian Communication and Media Authority (ACMA)

認証書の有効期間
60 ヶ月


現地代表者は必要ですか?
Yes

現地試験は必要ですか?
No

無線型式認証の平均リードタイム
4 weeks


ラベル例 Australia

Example Radio Type Approval Label for Australia
Download Label
PDF / PNG



認定ロゴやナンバーのマーキング必須?
Yes

サイズ
3 mm

特定のユーザーマニュアルの要件?
No

ニュース Australia


  • Public consultation on future use of the 1.9 GHz band

    On 17th November 2021,  the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) informed about the public consultation regarding the use of the 1880 – 1920 MHz band.

    Due to increasing interest by current and potential new users, the discussion paper aims to review the band in order to seek feedback on current or alternative uses of the band. Furthermore, possible planning scenarios as well as potential coexistence issues and arrangements are being examined.

    Interested stakeholders are invited to submit feedback until 21st January 2022 online, by post or via e-mail.

     

    Source: Link to the consultation


  • ACMA publishes amendment to Short Range Devices Standard

    The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) issued on 27 April 2021 the Radiocommunications (Short Range Devices) Amendment Standard 2021 (No. 1) under the Radiocommunications Act 1992.

    The updates to the old Radiocommunications (Short Range Devices) Standard 2014 include the following:

    • The reference to Australian/New Zealand Industry Standard AS/NZS 4268:2012 Radio equipment and systems – Short range devices – Limits and methods of measurement is updated in order to define minimum performance requirements and methods of measurement for short range devices
    • The reference to international standards in order to provide an alternative to AS/NZS 4268 for testing methods

    Source: official link

     

     


  • Amendment to the Short Range Devices Standard

    The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) amends the Radiocommunications (Short Range Device) Standard 2014 (SRD Standard). This is intended to refer to the latest industry standard and enable the use of international test methods.

    With these amendments the reference to the Australian/New Zealand Industry Standard “AS/NZS 4268:2012 Radio equipment and systems – Short range devices – Limits and methods of measurement” will be brought up to date so that the minimum performance requirements and measurement methods for short-range devices (AS/NZS 4268) correspond to the last edition (2017). Besides, they permit the usage of international test method standards as alternatives to AS/NZS 4268.

    Source: Official Link


  • Open consultation- update of the Frequency Spectrum Plan

    The Australian Communications and Media Authority ACMA typically updates the Spectrum Plan following each World Radiocommunication Conference. In order to reflect changes to international regulations made at the WRC 2019, ACMA issued Consultation 27/2020 with regard to the update of the Australian Radiofrequency Spectrum Plan on August, 26th.

    The new frequency spectrum plan shall come into force on 1 January 2021. 

    Interested stakeholders are welcome to comment on the issues raised in this consultation, or any other issues relevant to the update of the Australian Radiofrequency Spectrum Plan. In particular, the ACMA seeks comment on whether changes need to be made to particular Australian footnotes. Submissions can either be made online or sent by post before ​​​COB, Tuesday 29 September 2020. Consultation enquiries can be emailed to freqplan@acma.gov.au.

    Source: Official Website ACMA


  • Proposal to open the 5.6 GHz band for general access

    As part of the outcomes of the Future approach to the 3.6 GHz band consultation process, ACMA identified several mitigation strategies for affected incumbent point-to-multipoint (PMP) licensees, including Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPs).

    Reflecting the demand expressed for access to the 5.6 GHz band, ACMA is  proposing a change to the current policy of preserving spectrum in the 5.6 GHz band for the migration of 3.6 GHz PMP licences. Instead, they will make the band available on a first-in-time basis to meet demand for deployment of new services (this is referred to as general access).

    If feedback to this consultation indicates support for the general access proposal, ACMA will: update RALI FX23 to remove section 3.2 bis determine an appropriate allocation process

    The authority is seeking feedback from interested stakeholders by 31 July 2020 on the proposed changes.

    Please contact freqplan@acma.gov.au with any enquiries

    Official link to consultation: 


  • Amendment to EME arrangements

    ACMA (Australian Communication and Media Authority) made the Amendment Standard 2020 (No. 1).

    The Amendment was made on the 9th of April 2020 and it updates the Radiocommunications Standard 2014 (Electromagnetic Radiation - Human Exposure)

    The target of this Amendment is to ensure that devices operating above 6 GHz are tested in accordance with latest measurement standards and are compliant with labelling requirements for Australia's electromagnetic standards.

    Official Source

     


  • ACMA is looking for comments on proposal for EME amendment

    With regard to the upcoming rollout of 5G, handsets will be required to operate on frequencies above 6 GHz. At present, there are no harmonized standards for devices operating above 6 GHz used in close proximity to head or body.

    Therefore, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is proposing to amend the Radiocommunications (Electromagnetic Radiation – Human Exposure) Standard 2014 to ensure devices operating above 6 GHz have appropriate supply requirements and a specified test method to determine the specific absorption rate (SAR).

    The consultation is open until 2020-03-12

    Share your opinion here:

    https://www.acma.gov.au/consultations/2020-01/amendment-eme-arrangements-consultation-042020?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Amendment%20to%20EME%20arrangements&utm_content=Amendment%20to%20EME%20arrangements+CID_2d9b8871bccb700407d4dd63e11d33fd&utm_source=SendEmailCampaigns&utm_term=This%20consultation


  • Future use of the 28 GHz band and Review of RALI FX3 38 GHz

    On 25th of September, ACMA - Australian Communication and Media Authority - has published the outcome of the future use of the 28 GHz band and review of the RALI FX 3 in the 38 GHz band consultation processes.

    Future use of 28Ghz band:

    “ACMA has concluded its review of the 28 GHz band with the release of its Future use of the 28 GHz band: Planning decisions and preliminary views outcome paper.

    This paper details planning decisions ACMA has made for the 28 GHz band.

    In addition, it contains preliminary views formed on the associated licensing and technical conditions that will subsequently be developed.

    The release of this paper signals the progression of the 25 GHz band to the “re-planning” phase of the ACMA’s planning process. We will shortly commence work towards implementing the new arrangement in the 28 GHz band.

    Review of RALI FX3 in the 38 GHz band:

    ACMA has concluded its review of channel arrangements for fixed point-to-point links in the 38 GHz band.

    Details of planning decisions made are in the Review of point-to-point arrangements in the 38 GHz band decisions paper.

    The outcome of this consultations have been included in an update to RALI FX3.


  • Supporting 5G

    The ACMA has updated class licensing arrangements to support new technology applications and bring Australia into line with international arrangements supporting standardised and efficient equipment supply arrangements.

    The updates will support new innovative technologies, wireless data communications systems (including those supporting 5G), radar systems used in road and rail safety applications and internationally harmonised use of short-range devices.

    In detail the updates consist of:

    - expansion of frequency range for 60 GHz (57–66 GHz) data communication systems to cover 57– 71 GHz for both indoor and outdoor usage supporting wireless gigabit systems (for example, utilising IEEE 802.11ad) with applications such as backhaul for 5G and Wi-Fi

    - new arrangements for ‘all transmitters’ in the 57–64 GHz band supporting an interactive motion sensing technology

    - revising arrangements for underground transmitters in certain bands supporting fixed and mobile services from 70–520 MHz to provide improved support for underground activities such as mining

    - revision of arrangements for radars in the 76–77 GHz frequency band to provide support for radar use in rail crossing and road safety applications

    - new arrangements for ground and wall penetration radar (30–12,400 MHz) facilitating usage of applications across a variety of industry sectors such as agriculture (crop harvesting), railways (track surveying) and underground cable and pipe detection in the telecommunication industry

    - aligning existing arrangements for ultra-wideband devices with US and European arrangements for generic (indoor and hand-held) devices (3,100–3,400 MHz and 8,500–9,000 MHz) and aircraft applications (6,000–8,500 MHz) supporting use of such devices in Australia.

    The updates are contained in Radiocommunications (Low Interference Potential Devices) Class Licence Variation 2019 (No. 1).

    A draft of the variation and consultation paper were released for feedback in December 2018, with eighteen submissions received.

    A summary of the issues raised, the ACMA’s response to them and the changes made to the draft class licence are outlined in the follow-up paper: Class licensing update: Supporting 5G and other technology innovations⁠—Response to submissions.

    The ACMA invites suggestions from industry and individuals on devices and technologies for possible future updates to class licensing arrangements of the Low Interference Potential Devices Class Licence.

    For more information, see IFC 45/2018.

    Source: https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2019L01075


  • ACMA is seeking comments on amendments

    The ACMA is seeking comment on proposed amendments to the electromagnetic energy (EME) arrangements to ensure requirements are applicable for 5G equipment.

    We are proposing to amend the Radiocommunications (Electromagnetic Radiation – Human Exposure) Standard 2014 to ensure equipment that will be operating on frequencies up to 6 GHz is tested in accordance with the latest international measurement standards and is compliant with labelling requirements for Australia's EME standards.

    The ACMA Standard usually automatically adopts such variations to the international standards, but minor changes to the titles of the international standards on this occasion mean that to avoid any doubt as to the application of those standards we propose to amend the ACMA Standard.

    The ACMA is also proposing to amend the Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Apparatus Licence) Determination 2015 to ensure the EME arrangements for equipment and the EME licence conditions on transmitters operate as intended.

    The proposed amendments will ensure that the latest international test methodologies are adopted, and to avoid any doubt about the equipment arrangements, including device labelling requirements, and licence conditions.

    Full details can be found on the ACMA website. The consultation is open for submissions until COB, Friday 13 September 2019.

    Source: https://www.acma.gov.au/theACMA/amendments-to-eme-arrangements?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Proposed%20amendments%20to%20EME%20arrangements&utm_content=Proposed%20amendments%20to%20EME%20arrangements+CID_35cab32c3f51ae291e3c5520bce8551f&utm_source=SendEmailCampaigns&utm_term=seeking%20comment


  • ACMA adopts Safety standards

    Telecommunications (Customer Equipment Safety) Technical Standard

    The ACMA standard Telecommunications (Customer Equipment Safety) Technical Standard 2018 (the Customer Equipment Safety Standard) adopts the following Australian/New Zealand Standards:

    • AS/NZS 60950.1:2015 – Information technology equipment – Safety, Part 1: General requirements (the 2015 industry standard); and

    • AS/NZS 62368.1:2018 – Audio/video, information and communication technology equipment – Part 1: Safety requirements (the 2018 industry standard).

    The 2018 industry standard is intended to replace the 2015 industry standard four years after 15 February 2018. During that period, a relevant item of customer equipment may, under the 2018 industry standard, comply with either the 2015 industry standard or the 2018 industry standard. 

    The ACMA has made the Customer Equipment Safety Standard to repeal and replace the 2011 ACMA Standard to reflect the latest technical requirements for particular customer equipment.

    For detailed information pleas visit ACMA’s website.

    Source: https://acma-search.clients.funnelback.com/s/search.html?collection=acma&query=62368

     


  • Proposal to update LIPD Class Licence

    The ACMA is currently consulting on proposed updates to the Radiocommunications (Low Interference Potential Devices) Class Licence 2015.

    The LIPD Class Licence operates in concert with the ACMA’s  Radiocommunications (Short Range Devices) Standard 2014

    Under section 8A of the Short Range Devices Standard, if the proposed updates to the LIPD Class Licence are made, the standard for performance for items being updated in the LIPD Class Licence will be those standards listed in the updated LIPD Class Licence for that item. A transition period of one year from when the LIPD Class Licence is made applies before it is mandatory for a supplier to comply with the standards requirement.

    In detail, the proposed updates to the LIPD Class Licence consider:

    • updating and expending existing 60 GHz arrangements (57–66 GHz) for data communication systems, including 5G. Specifically:
      • adding the 66–71 GHz frequency band
      • updating existing arrangements in the 57–66 GHz band regarding indoor and outdoor data communications systems.
    • adding new arrangements for ‘all transmitters’ in the 57–64 GHz band
    • revising arrangements for underground transmitters in certain bands supporting fixed and mobile services from 70–520 MHz
    • adding support for higher power radiodetermination transmitters, i.e. radars operating in the 76–77 GHz frequency band
    • adding support for ground and wall penetration radar as adjunct to current apparatus licence arrangements (30–12,400 MHz)
    • aligning existing arrangements for ultra-wideband devices with US and European arrangements for generic (indoor and hand-held) devices (3,100–3,400 MHz and 8,500–9,000 MHz) and aircraft applications (6,000–8,500 MHz).

    In addition to the proposed variation, the ACMA invites suggestions from industry and individuals on devices and technologies for possible future updates to be included on the list of transmitters authorised under the LIPD Class.

     

    Source acma.gov.au


  • New amendment on technical standards and labelling

    On 6 December 2018, the ACMA remade the following telecommunications technical standards under section 376 of the Telecommunications Act 1997:

    The ACMA also made the Telecommunications (Labelling Notice for Customer Equipment and Customer cabling) Amendment Instrument 2018 (No.1) under subsection 407(1) of the Telecommunications Act to make consequential and other amendments to the Telecommunications Labelling Notice. The compilation—which includes the above amendment—of the Telecommunications Labelling Notice is available on the Federal Register of Legislation

    The submissions received during the consultation periods are available on the ACMA website.

    Following consultation, the ACMA has remade the standard that mandates a two-part industry standard for radiocommunications devices operating in the very high frequency (VHF) maritime mobile bands. The Radiocommunications (VHF Radiotelephone equipment - Maritime Mobile Service) Standard 2018 adopts three new industry standards and their European Telecommunications Standards Institute equivalents.

    The ACMA received one submission to this consultation, which can be accessed on our website.


  • Australia Consults the Public About Telco Standards and Labelling

    Australia's ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority) is conducting a public consultation on its standards of telecommunication devices and labelling thereof.

    Background information and draft versions of the proposed

    • Customer Equipment Safety Standard
    • Mobile Equipment Standard
    • Labelling Notice

    can be found at Remaking telco standards and changes to the labelling notice. The consultation is ending on 2018-09-02.


  • Update on Compliance Labeling Notice

    In September 2014, the AMCA (Australian Communications and Media Authority) published the Radiocommunication Devices (Compliance Labelling) Notice 2014, superseding the Notice 2003. The 2014 Notice does not make any significant changes but was mainly created to replace the 2003 Notice, due to expire on 2015-04-01 (sunset date) in accordance with Part 6 of the Legislative Instrument Act 2003.


  • ACMA issues 2.3 GHz guidelines

    ACMA (Australian Communication and Media Authority) published the “Interference to Spectrum Licensed Receivers – 2.3 GHz Band” Radiocommunication Advisory Guidelines on 2013-12-12, superseding the “Managing Interference to receivers – 2.3 GHz Band” Radiocommunication Advisory Guidelines and coming into effect on 2015-07-25.

    The purpose of these guidelines is to:

    • manage in-band and out-of-band interference by providing compatibility requirements for registered fixed receivers operating under spectrum licences issued for the 2.3 GHz band;
    • provide protection to radiocommunications receivers operating under spectrum licences issued for the 2.3 GHz band from interference caused by radiocommunications transmitters operating under a class licence, and from fixed transmitters operating under either:
    1. an apparatus licence issued on or after the date on which these guidelines commence
    2. a spectrum licence where the transmitter is registered under Part 3.5 of the Act on or after the date on which these guidelines commence.

  • New ACMA spectrum plan possibly drastically reduces smartphone costs world wide.

    The ACMA (Australian Communication and Media Authority) published a new spectrum plan for the 700 MHz frequency band on 2012-11-19. The Plan has the potential to drastically reduce the costs of smartphones around the World. The “Asia-Pacific Telecommunity (APT) 700 MHz spectrum band plan“ is committed or seriously considered to be adopted by several countries such as Australia, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, India, Japan, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Tonga and the United Arab Emirates.



製品の範囲

Automotive

Radar
(24GHz, 77GHz, 79GHz, UWB)

Funkschlüssel
(315MHz, 433MHz, 868MHz)

Keyless Go
(125kHz, 13,56MHz)

Reifendrucksensoren
(125kHz, 315MHz, 433MHz, 868MHz)

Entertainment
(2,4GHz)

Industrie

Radar
(Tank Level, Positions-Radar)

Wireless-M-Bus
(315MHz, 433MHz, 868MHz)

Wireless-CAN-Bus
 

RFID
(125kHz, 13,56MHz, 868MHz)

UWB Devices
(24GHz, 60GHz, 79GHz)

Consumer Elektronik

WirelessHD
(60GHz)

WLAN
(2,4GHz, 3GHz, 5GHz, 10GHz)

Bluetooth
(2,4GHz)

Zigbee
(868MHz, 2,4GHz)

Safety Information for Australia

Type I Plug
Type I Sock Type I Plug Type I Sock
Netzspannung
230V

Netzfrequenz
50Hz
Description
The Type I plug has two flat pins in a V-shape as well as a grounding pin. A version of the plug, which only has the two flat pins, exists as well. The Australian plug also works with sockets in China. Australia’s standard plug/socket system is rated 10 amps but a plug/socket configuration rated 15 amps also exists, although the ground pin is wider. A standard 10 amp plug will fit into a 15 amp socket but not the other way around.

Alternate Country Names

  • Australien
  • Australie
  • Australija
  • Australia
  • Австралия
  • オーストラリア
  • 호주

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