NBTC has released following standards on 24 November 2017
– NBTC TS 1010-2560 (update standard for RFID)
– NBTC TS 1033-2560 (new standard for non-RFID 920-925 MHz) – this will allow
920-925MHz in Thailand Effective date: 24 November 2017
IoT or LoRa to use Below are the summary for these 2 standards.
Summary of new and revising standard for non-RFID 920-925MHz NBTC Thailand
1) (new standard) Standard/Announcement Name: Technical Standard for non-RFID Radio Communication Equipment 920-925 MHz
Standard number: NBTC TS 1033-2560
|Output power||4 Watt e.i.r.p.(tested as per ETSI EN300220-1 or FCC 15.247)|
|1 Unwanted emissions in the spurious||As per ETSI EN 300 220-1orCode of Federal Regulation (USA): Title 47 Telecommunication; Chapter 1 Federal Communications Commission; Part 15 Radio Frequency Devices ; Subpart C – Intention Radiators ; §15.209 Radiated emission limits ; general requirements|
|2 Spectrum Access||Spectrum Access shall follow Duty Cycle or Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum:FHSS as in below requirements (one of below option will be ok)|
|2.1 Duty Cycle||Duty cycle in 1 hour shall not be over below value
|2.2 Frequency Hopping SpreadSpectrum : FHSS||
|3 Electrical safety requirements||IEC60950-1 or TIS1561-2556|
|4 Human Health Safety requriements||As per NBTC regulation regarding human health safety.|
|Classification of equipment||
Item 1 Unwanted emissions in the spurious, there should be table or test plot appear on test report. Table or test plot should have relevant frequency range and spurious limit as per above table.
Item 2 Spectrum Access, there should be information appears on test report (or NBTC can accept a letter from test lab) to confirm value of spectrum access as per the above table.
Summary of new and revising standard for RFID 920-925MHz NBTC Thailand
(revising standard) Standard/Announcement Name: Technical Standard for RFID Radio Communication Equipment 920-925 MHz
Standard number: NBTC TS 1010-2560
|Description||Change Detail from previous version|
|Classification||RFID 920-925MHz will be changed for its classification as follows.
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