LPRA WIRELESS eNEWS Free Trial period ending 1st January 2022
As a subscriber of LPRA Wireless eNews you will know that it is a monthly eNewsletter based on the long running LPRA eNews, an exclusive publication for members of the Low Power Radio Association. The Association have very kindly been sponsoring your free lite version of the publication so that non-members could also benefit from it as a monthly source of wireless industry news.
This free trial period comes to an end on 1st January 2022, the December 2021 issue will be the last edition you will receive.
If you would like to continue to receive a monthly eNewsletter you will need to JOIN THE LPRA, membership starts at just £295.00 +vat. The full members' version contains a far more comprehensive round-up of industry news together with exclusive news and updates relating to proposed regulation changes etc. As an LPRA member this would give you the opportunity to comment, register objections and prepare for changes prior to any implementation / enforcement date. The monthly eNewsletter is just one of the many benefits of LPRA membership, an Association which has been protecting the interstes of the wireless device industry for over 30 years.
For example the full members LPRA eNews December 2021 issue has the following :
EC HAS ADOPTED RED DEL ACT ON CYBERSECURITY
As we informed members recently, the European Commission has adopted today the RED Delegated Act on cybersecurity (please see link to PDF below). The dossier will be sent to the European Parliament and to the Council for scrutiny before entry into force. So this RED Delegated Act is progressing through the system and likely to complete later this year. Further details can be found on this link HERE
UPDATE : RADIO EQUIPMENT DIRECTIVE DELEGATED ACTS
On the 12th October 2021, the Secretariat sent all members some 'not for public’ information relating to proposed changes to the Radio Equipment Directive (RED) modification of Art 3.3a “common charger” and Delegated Acts 3.3(d),(e) and RED Delegated Acts 3.3(i),Art 4 for Reconfigurable Radio Systems. These came from the RED Expert Group attended by members of the LPRA Council. We will of course keep you full informed of all developments.
FCC PROPOSED RULE-MAKING LEVYING FEE
The LPRA recently responded to the FCC’s proposed rule- making: FR Doc No: 2021-20125. "The LPRA objects to the proposed levying of fees on equipment communicating by licence-exempt technology, as it is difficult to enforce and will likely have unintended consequences in the US mar-ket.” You can read the LPRA’s full response on the following link.
Information is the oxygen of the modern age but these days it’s easy to feel suffocated by the overwhelming volume of news, making it a daunting task to try and stay on top of the developments and changes in any sector of industry.
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