Telecommunication equipment, radio equipment and telecommunication terminal equipment
Draft revision of the Ordinance of the Swiss Federal Office of Communications on telecommunications installations (OOIT) (2 page(s), in German; 2 page(s), in French; 2 page(s), in Italian)
The Ordinance of the Swiss Federal Office of Communications on telecommunications installations (OOIT) specifies the basic technical requirements with regards to telecommunications installations set out by the Swiss Federal Council. It regulates the use of radio interfaces in Switzerland.
For legal reasons, the version of each RIR was increased by 1. Nothing has changed in content except for the following RIRs:
Due to the replacement of ADS-95, 2 sub-bands of RIR0203-11 will be adjusted (new: 2170 - 2200 MHz and 2200 - 2400 MHz old: 2170 - 2208 MHz and 2290 - 2400 MHz).
Due to changes in ECC/DEC/(08)01 and EN 302 571, the frequency range of the RIR0510-01 will be extended to 5875 - 5925 MHz and the occupied bandwidth as well as the scope will be adapted.
Due to changes in ECC/DEC/(08)01 the RIR0510-03 in the frequency range of 5905 – 5925 MHz will be deleted and the corresponding applications will be covered by the RIR0510-01.
A new RIR0808-20 in the frequency range of 1980 – 2010 MHz will be created for the Mobile Satellite Service (MSS) to be used as Aircraft Earth Station (AES).
The technical and administrative regulations (PTA5.2, PTA5.3, PTA5.4) which apply to mobile jammers, fixed jammers, and other special electronics intended to be operated by authorities to safeguard public security have been adapted. For PTA5.2 the scope has been extended. For all PTA, an assistance/guidance was added on how to find an accredited testing laboratory. These regulations impose the requirements on the products in order to get a type approval.