Jordan adopts new version of SRD license
On August 30, 2023, Jordan TRC adopted an updated version of its SRD license and published it recently on their website. Below is a summary of the changes:
-If a wireless power transmission product is in compliance with different standards other than those standards mentioned in the license, it will be evaluated in accordance with the related ETSI standards.
-The license includes the RLAN equipment technical specifications and standards in the frequency band (2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, 6 GHz and 57-71 GHz).
-The IoT products will be evaluated based on the specifications and standards mentioned in the license.
-If the incoming applications (type approvals/entry permission) of products are in compliance with standards other than those standards mentioned in the license, they will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Frequency bands and technical restrictions:
- Adding band #31: 26957-27283 KHz for inductive devices.
- Adding band #35: 27090-27100 KHz for inductive devices.
- Adding band#49 : 174-216 MHz for radio microphones
- Adding band#59 : 470-694 MHz for radio microphones
- Remove band#62 (in the old version): 865-868 MHz (500mW, EN 303659)
- Remove band#73 (in the old version): 870-874.4 MHz
- Remove band#74 (in the old version): 915-919.4 MHz
- Adding band#81 : 2446-2454 MHz for RFID (500mW-4W)
- Correct the restrictions in band #88 (in the old version) / #90 (in the new version): The 5250-5350 MHz band is allowed for both indoor and outdoor (as per the RLAN instructions).
- Adding band#117 : 24.25-26.65 GHz for Transport and Traffic Telematics.
- Remove band#120 (in the old version): 57-71 GHz (for the outdoor fixed installation).
The updated document can be found here:
9f5ee3b5-98be-4d7d-bdf5-576c429cf0dd_SRD updated.pdf (trc.gov.jo)
For more information about the regulatory requirements for your product being shipped into Jordan, or any other global market, please contact Testing Partners today.