Frequency approval: Where are your markets located?
An important selection criterion for radar sensors!
Important to know: The prerequisites for such a approval are not the same in all countries. A radar sensor, with e.g. a bandwidth requirement which is too large, may not be granted an approval. We assist our customers comprehensively in the complex topic field of approval - from the choice of the right frequency band to the final operating license.
Due to our long years of experience with approvals and our close work with accredited approval authorities like the Cetecom in Saarbrücken, we can ensure trouble-free and quick market access.
Overview of everything you need to know about frequencies and radio permits
2.4 GHz, 5.8 GHz, 10.5 GHz, 24 GHz, 61 GHz, 77 GHz and 122 GHz
Please observe: 77 GHz applies only to the automotive sector.
The current provisions on the individual frequencies are established for Europe by the ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) and for the USA by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission). Important standards for the 24GHz frequency band are the standards according to ETSI 300-440 and the FCC Part 15.245. Other standards may also apply depending on the application.
In European countries, there is the so-called harmonised frequency range. This greatly simplifies the commissioning of radar sensors. In addition to the harmonised ranges, there are also frequency ranges which vary from country to country. Thus the dominating 24-GHz band is, for example, is subdivided into sub-bands of 100MHz specific to countries.
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