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ISED Radio Standards Specification RSS-181, Issue 2, Coast and Ship Station Equipment Operating in the Maritime Service in the Frequency Range 1605-28000 kHz

The Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada is seeking comments on the following standard. RSS-181, Issue 2, Coast and Ship Station Equipment Operating in the Maritime Service in the Frequency Range 1605-28000 kHz sets out certification requirements for equipment operating in the maritime service in the frequency range 1605 – 28000 kHz.

ISED Radio Standards Procedure RSP-100, Issue 12, Certification of Radio Apparatus and Broadcasting Equipment.

The Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada is seeking comments on the following consultation. RSP-100, Issue 12: Certification of Radio Apparatus and Broadcasting Equipment sets out the certification procedure for radio apparatus and broadcasting equipment which fall under Radio Standards Specifications (RSSs) and Broadcasting Equipment Technical Standards (BETSs), respectively.

ISED Interference-Causing Equipment Standard ICES‑003, Issue 6, Amendment 2, Information Technology Equipment (Including Digital Apparatus) — Limits and Methods of Measurement

The Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada is seeking comments on ICES‑003, Issue 6, Amendment 2: Information Technology Equipment (Including Digital Apparatus) — Limits and Methods of Measurement sets out standard requirements for information technology equipment (ITE), including digital apparatus.

ISED Radio Standard Specification RSS-246, issue 1, Ultra-Low Power (ULP) Wireless Medical Endoscopy Devices Operating in the 430-440 MHz Band

The Department Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada is seeking comments on the consultation of RSS-246, issue1, Ultra-Low Power (ULP) Wireless Medical Endoscopy Devices Operating in the 430-440 MHz Band, which establishes the certification requirements for licence-exempt ultra-low power wireless medical endoscopy devices operating in the 430-440 MHz frequency band.

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