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New changes to FCC KDB 986446 D01 Covered Equipment v01 and Rule Part 2.911(d) (7). 

New changes to FCC KDB 986446 D01 Covered Equipment v01 and Rule Part 2.911(d) (7). A Significant change where the requirements line up with ISED applications. A local in-country representative is required for all USA TCB applications.

Link here: 986446 D01 Covered Equipment v01

As required by section 2.911(d)(7), the applicant must designate a contact located in the United States for purposes of acting as the applicant’s agent for service of process, regardless of whether the applicant is a domestic or foreign entity. An applicant located in the United States may designate itself as the agent for service of process. In either scenario, the designation of the U.S. agent for service of process should be provided as an attachment to the equipment authorization application (the attachment should be uploaded as a PDF document to the exhibit type “Attestation Statements” with the description text identifying it as the section 2.911(d)(7) filing). 

The applicant must provide a written certification, which must: 

i. Be signed by both the applicant and designated agent for service of process, if the agent is different from the applicant. 

ii. Acknowledge the applicant’s consent and the designated agent’s obligation to accept service of process. 

iii. Provide a physical U.S. address and email for the designated agent.

iv. Acknowledge the applicant’s acceptance to maintain an agent for no less than one year after the grantee has terminated all marketing and importation or the conclusion of any Commission-related proceeding involving the equipment.

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