The placing on the market of radiocommunications equipment using frequency bands whose use is not harmonised throughout the European Union must be preceded by a notification to ANACOM (as the national authority responsible for spectrum management) - under the terms of article 9, no. 3, of Decree-Law no. 192/2000https://www.anacom.pt/render.jsp?contentId=977642, of August 18 (that corresponds to article 6.4 of the R&TTE Directive).
This notification should be issued at least four weeks before the apparatus is placed in the market, and the model approved for this purpose is to be published shortly.
The manufacturer, legal representative or entity responsible for placing the aparatus in the market (e.g. importer from a third country) must send a notification including the following elements:
- Contact details of notifying party
- Equipment identification
- Intended use/purpose for the equipment, including countries where it is intended to be used)
- Where appropriate, the consulted notified body/bodies)
- Frequency bands
- Standards or other specification applicable in conformity assessment, for the purpose of frequency planning and definition of the type of equipment
- Type of modulation
- Channel spacing and designation of emission if not defined in the standard or other specification mentioned above
- Maximum transmit power limit if not defined in the standard or other specification mentioned above
- Duty cycle or channel access protocol if not defined in the standard or other specification mentioned above
- Where appropriate, operating method (duplex/ 2-frequency simplex/ 1- frequency simplex)
- Type of antenna
The notification may be sent to:
ICP - National Communications Authority
Direção de Fiscalização
Alto do Paimão
Phone: + 351 214348500
Fax: + 351 214348502
If ANACOM does not respond within a maximum of 4 weeks, this signifies that the equipment may be placed in the market.