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    COMMON REGULATORY OBJECTIVES FOR IMT-2000 EQUIPMENT

    PART 2

    SPECIFIC ASPECTS OF IMT-2000 EQUIPMENT

1. SCOPE

This Common Regulatory Objective, CRO, is applicable to IMT-2000 equipment, as defined in

    Clause 2.

A CRO is structured in 2 parts:

    ? Part 1: Part 1 of all ICT equipment CROs specifies the common and general

    requirements needed to satisfy the regulatory objectives of the participating Countries.

    ? Part 2: The present document is Part 2 of the IMT-2000 equipment CRO and specifies,

    for IMT-2000 equipment, the specific requirements needed to satisfy the regulatory

    objectives of the participating Countries.

The validity of a CRO is only achieved with the full application of both Part 1 and Part 2.

This CRO specifies the requirements needed to satisfy the regulatory objectives of Countries.

    Thus, this agreement will allow IMT-2000 equipment which is in compliance with this CRO to

    be placed on the market and be put into service as equipment within Countries, that have

    implemented this CRO.

2. IMT-2000 EQUIPMENT

International Mobile Telecommunications-2000 (IMT-2000) are defined by a set of

    interdependent ITU Recommendations. IMT-2000, also known as the Third Generation Mobile

    Systems, provides a framework for worldwide wireless access by linking the diverse system of

    terrestrial and/or satellite based networks.

    3. REFERENCES

In addition to the references in Part 1 of this CRO, relevant references are given in the ITU-T

    Recommendations for IMT-2000.

    4. DEFINITIONS

In addition to the references in Part 1 of this CRO, applicable definitions are found in ITU-T

    Recommendations for IMT-2000.

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    RODUCT REQUIREMENTS 5. P

This CRO covers the legitimate regulatory objectives for IMT-2000 equipment.

The objectives cover:

    ? Safety, including Electromagnetic Fields

    ? Electromagnetic Compatibility

    ? Effective use of the radio spectrum

6. REFERENCE TO STANDARDS

The recognized standards relevant for this CRO are listed in the Annex.

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    NNEX A

IMT-2000 equipment shall be held to be compliant if they comply with each of the standards

    listed. The version of the standard listed is valid at the time of publication of this CRO.

    Subsequent versions of the listed standards are accepted unless otherwise stated by Countries

    having agreed on this CRO.

Conformity requirements can be found in the standards where the technical requirements are

    defined, or in separate standards.

    A. Safety, excluding Electromagnetic Fields

IEC 60950 (1999) Safety of information technology

    equipment

CB Bulletin (parts covering the intended markets) IECEE (The IEC System for Conformity

    Testing and Certification of Electrical

    Equipment).

    B. Electromagnetic Fields

Exposure limits

ICNIRP (April 1998) Guidelines for limiting exposure to time-varying electric, magnetic,

    and electromagnetic fields (up to 300 GHz) International

    Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, Health Physics,

    Vol. 74, No. 4, April 1998.

IEEE C95.1 (1999) Standard for safety levels with respect to human exposure to radio

    frequency electromagnetic fields, 3 kHz to 300 GHz.

Compliance Assessment (portable and mobile devices)

CENELEC EN 50360:2001 Product standard to demonstrate the compliance of mobile phones

    with the basic restrictions related to human exposure to

    electromagnetic fields (300 MHz 3 GHz).

CENELEC EN 50361:2001 Basic standard for the measurement of Specific Absorption Rate

    related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields from mobile

    phones (300 MHz 3 GHz).

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CENELEC EN 50371:2002 Generic standard to demonstrate the compliance of low power

    electronic and electrical apparatus with the basic restrictions related

    to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (10 MHz 300 GHz)

     General public.

FCC OET Bulletin 65 (2001) Supplement C: Evaluating compliance with FCC guidelines for

    human exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields:

    Additional information for evaluating compliance for mobile and

    portable devices with FCC limits for human exposure to

    radiofrequency emissions.

Compliance Assessment (base stations and fixed terminal stations)

CENELEC EN 50385:2002 Product standard to demonstrate the compliance of radio base

    stations and fixed terminal stations for wireless telecommunication

    systems with the basic restrictions or the reference levels related to

    general public exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields

    (110 MHz 40 GHz).

CENELEC EN 50383:2002 Basic standard for the calculation and measurement of

    electromagnetic field strength and SAR related to human exposure

    from radio base stations and fixed terminal stations for wireless

    telecommunication systems (110 MHz 40 GHz).

CENELEC EN 50371:2002 Generic standard to demonstrate the compliance of low power

    electronic and electrical apparatus with the basic restrictions related

    to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (10 MHz 300 GHz)

     General public.

    C. Electromagnetic Compatibility

3GPP TS34.124 For mobile terminals and ancillary equipment:

    “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements for Mobile

    terminals and ancillary equipment”

    3GPP TS25.113 For base stations and repeaters: “Base station and repeater

    ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC)

FCC Part 15.207 (2001) Radio Frequency Devices; Intentional Radiators; Conducted limits

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FCC Part 15.209 (2001) Radio Frequency Devices; Intentional Radiators; Radiated

    emission limits

D. Effective use of the radio spectrum

ETSI EN 301 908-01 v1.1.1 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum matter; base

    stations and User Equipment for IMT-2000; Part 1: introduction

    and common requirements

ETSI EN 301 908-02 v1.1.1 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum matter; base

    stations and User Equipment for IMT-2000; Part 2: IMT-2000

    CDMA Direct Spread (UTRA FDD) UE

ETSI EN 301 908-03 v1.1.1 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum matter; base

    stations and User Equipment for IMT-2000; Part 3: IMT-2000

    CDMA Direct Spread (UTRA FDD) BS

ETSI EN 301 908-04 v1.1.1 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum matter; base

    stations and User Equipment for IMT-2000; Part 4: IMT-2000

    CDMA Multi-carrier (cdma2000) UE

ETSI EN 301 908-05 v1.1.1 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum matter; base

    stations and User Equipment for IMT-2000; Part 5: IMT-2000

    CDMA Multi-carrier (cdma2000) BS

ETSI EN 301 908-06 v1.1.1 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum matter; base

    stations and User Equipment for IMT-2000; Part 6: IMT-2000

    CDMA TDD (UTRA TDD) UE

ETSI EN 301 908-07 v1.1.1 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum matter; base

    stations and User Equipment for IMT-2000; Part 7: IMT-2000

    CDMA TDD (UTRA TDD) BS

ETSI EN 301 908-08 v1.1.1 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum matter; base

    stations and User Equipment for IMT-2000; Part 8: IMT-2000

    CDMA TDMA Single-Carrier (UWC 136) UE

ETSI EN 301 908-09 v1.1.1 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum matter; base

    stations and User Equipment for IMT-2000; Part 9: IMT-2000

    CDMA TDMA Single-Carrier (UWC 136) BS

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ETSI EN 301 908-10 v1.1.1 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum matter; base

    stations and User Equipment for IMT-2000; Part 10: IMT-2000

    CDMA FDMA/TDMA (DECT)

ETSI EN 301 908-11 v2.1.1 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum matter; base

    stations and User Equipment for IMT-2000; Part 11: IMT-2000,

    CDMA Direct Spread (UTRA FDD) (Repeaters)

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