Compliance & Product Regulatory ApproVals

Level Probing Radars are now permitted in the 76-81 GHz range.

  • ENACOM issued Resolution 1134/2023 on August 18th, 2023, which expanded the spectrum allotment for radars. 
  • ENACOM issued Resolution 1134/2023 in order to design a new testing standard for level probing radars (LPR) and tank level probing radars (TLPR) operating in the 76-81GHz range. 
  • Level Probing Radars (Radares de Detección de Nivel) operating at 76 – 81 GHz are now legal to operate in Argentina without a special authorisation. 
  • Key Points: 
    • Level probing radars are permitted in the 76-81 GHz band. 

Max EIRP: 

  • 1. Average: -3 dBm in 1 MHz 
  • 2. Peak: +34 dBm in 50 MHz 

Max Equivalent Electric Field Intensity allowed: 

  • 1. Average: 92,26 dBμV/m @ 3m. RBW: 1 MHz 
  • 2. Peak: 129, 26 dBμV/m @ 3m. RBW: 50 MHz 
  • The date of enforcement is August 18th, 2023. 
  • Foreign reports are accepted as long as they adhere to the technical norm ENACOM-Q2-64.02 V22.1. 
  • DoC from ENACOM is required. It must include the following items: 
    • Name and address of the manufacturer or importer in Argentina
    • Product description (such as brand, model)
    • Declaration of conformity to ENACOM-Q2-64.02 V22.1 standard
    • Identification of the signatory (name, surname, and position)
    • Date

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Praveen Rao

CEO & Technical Director, C-PRAV Group: Australia, New Zealand, India & Canada 

C-PRAV Labs & Certifications 

Professional engineering experience of 30+ years with technical and managerial skills obtained from professional degree, courses, and hands-on experience, while working with organizations and companies involved in Design & Development, Testing, Inspection, Certification and Compliance (TICC). 

Management of electrical/electronic products & systems Testing and Certifications for Global markets in Consumer, Industrial, IT, Telecom, Defence, Medical, and Automotive Industries. Overall advisory for Standards, Regulations, Testing and Certifications for Global Market Access (GMA). 

  • ISO/IEC 17025 Lab Quality Management 
  • NATA Authorised Signatory (1995 to 2000) for EMC Testing 
  • NATA & IANZ Authorised Technical Assessor (current)
  • EMI/EMC, RF/Wireless, EMR-RF Exposure/SAR 
  • NATA Technical Assessors Advisory Committee (current) 
  • Current Chair of Australian EMC National Standards Committee 
  • Member of Australian National standards committees for Safety, Radio, RF Exp/SAR 
  • Represent Australia in International Standards committees like IEC, CISPR, IEEE 
  • Member of Telecommunications Certification Body Council, USA and European REDCA