Agreement between Members (Art. 10.7)

     
29/07/2011
29/07/2011
22/08/2011
Mexico
Mutual Recognition Agreement between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of the United Mexican States for Conformity Assessment of Telecommunications Equipment.
10/06/2011
10 June 2011
 
The Agreement applies to conformity assessment of equipment that may be attached to a public telecommunications network and other equipment subject to telecommunications regulation, including wire and wireless equipment, and terrestrial and satellite equipment, whether or not connected to a public telecommunications network. Equipment which can only be connected behind devices providing adequate network protection for a public telecommunications network may be excluded from the scope of testing it applies to network terminal attachment.
„ª47 CFR Part 2 - Frequency Allocations and Radio Treaty Matters; General Rules and Regulations. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 11 - Emergency Alert Systems (EAS). ;
„ª47 CFR Part 15 - Radio Frequency Devices. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 18 - Industrial, Scientific, and Medical Equipment. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 20 - Commercial Mobile Radio Services. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 22 - Public Mobile Services. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 24 - Personal Communications Services. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 25 - Satellite Communications. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 27 - Miscellaneous Wireless Communications Services. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 68 - Telephone Terminal Equipment. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 73 - Radio Broadcast Services. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 74 - Experimental Radio, Auxiliary, Special Broadcast and Other Program Distributional Services. ;
„ª47 FR Part 78 - Cable Television Relay Service. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 80 - Stations in the Maritime Services. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 87 - Aviation Services. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 90 - Private Land Mobile Radio Services. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 95 - Personal Radio Services. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 97 - Amateur Radio Service. ;
„ª47 CFR Part 101 - Fixed Microwave Services. ;
„ªTIA-968-B (September 22, 2009), Telecommunications - Telephone Terminal Equipment - Technical Requirements for Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network. ;
„ªNOM-083-SCT1-2002, ¡§Telecommunications - Radiocommunication - Technical specifications for transmitting equipment used in one way mobile radiolocation services.¡¨ ;
„ªNOM-084-SCT1-2002, ¡§Telecommunications - Radiocommunication - Technical specifications of transmitting equipment used in specialized fleet radiocommunication mobile services.¡¨ (trunking) ;
„ªNOM-088/1-SCT1-2002, ¡§Telecommunications - Radiocommunication - Microwave equipment for multi-channel systems in the fixed service point to point and point to multipoint - Part 1: Radio multiple access.¡¨ ;
„ªNOM-088/2-SCT1-2002, ¡§Telecommunications - Radiocommunication - Microwave equipment for multi-channel systems in the fixed service point to point and point to multipoint - Part 2: Transport.¡¨ ;
„ªNOM-151-SCT1-1999, ¡§Public network interface for terminal equipment.¡¨ ;
„ªNOM-152-SCT1-1999, ¡§Digital interface to public networks (2.048 kbps digital interface).¡¨ ;
„ªNOM-121-SCT1-2009, ¡§Telecommunications - Radicommunication - Radiocommunication systems employing spread spectrum techniques - radiocommunication equipment with frequency hopping and digital modulation operating in the bands 902-928 MHz, 2400-2483.5 MHz and 5725-5850 MHz - specifications, limits and test methods.¡¨ ;
The Agreement is intended to streamline conformity assessment for a wide range of telecommunications and telecommunications-related equipment and thereby to facilitate trade between the Parties. The Agreement provides for the mutual recognition by the Parties of testing laboratories and mutual acceptance of the results of testing undertaken by recognized testing laboratories in assessing conformity of equipment to those technical requirements, legislative and regulatory provisions, and administrative arrangements that a Party has specified in Annex I of the Agreement pertaining to the testing of equipment with respect to which compliance is mandatory. ;
For greater clarity, the Parties note that the Agreement shall not cover conformity assessment related to the electrical safety of telecommunications equipment or homologation. ;
The Agreement provides for a transition period of 18 months following the date of entry into force, during which time the Parties will jointly undertake a confidence building work program in order to build trust and confidence in the Agreement. During the transition period, neither Party will be required to accept test reports from testing laboratories of the other Party. ;