Radio & Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive | Radio Equipment Directive
Introduction to R&TTE Directive
This course covers almost all electronic equipment that includes within it a radio transmitter, and also items of telecommunication terminal equipment.
The R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC applies to a very large and increasing number of products that affect our everyday lives. For all products within its scope the R&TTE Directive replaces both the EMC and the Low Voltage Directives. Compliance with the Directive is a legal requirement and there are penalties for both companies and individuals in breach of the regulations.
Safety, EMC and efficient use of the radio spectrum are covered, providing designers and manufacturers with key information about the legal obligations and compliance issues involved.
This course is available on request as a standard or bespoke course either at York EMC Services' premises or In-house, where numbers suffice. Please contact us or e-mail email@example.com for more information.
The R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EU have been replaced by the Radio Equipment Directive (RED) 2014/53/EU.
The new RED came into force on 13th June 2016 with a one year transition period.
The new Directive brings major changes to the CE marking process. A new course is being run to provide information about the RED and what it means for suppliers.
What is it about?
The focus of this introductory workshop is on the information required by an equipment supplier, importer or manufacturer to comply with the Directive.
- Spectrum Management overview
- Introduction to the R&TTE Directive
- Standards and Standard Production
- Routes to compliance
- Marking of Radio Equipment
- A typical radio Standard
- Notifications under the R&TTE Directive
- Proposed changes to the Directive
- Radio Measurements
Who should attend?
This course will be useful for:
- Design Engineers
- Compliance Engineers
- Test Engineers
- Managers responsible for products and product compliance
What will I achieve?
Delegates will gain an understanding of their obligations and the steps they must take prior to placing equipment on the European market.
- The workshop will provide delegates with details of the operation of the Directive
- Delegates should gain an understanding of the background and purpose of the Directive
- Delegates will be informed how to ensure that their equipment complies
- You will be given advance information on the changes to the Directive that are currently being discussed
Please note that CPD hours which can be claimed for attending this course will vary depending on the format of the day.