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Unofficial translation from Norwegian for information only.

Legal authenticity remains with the original Norwegian version.

Regulations on EEA requirements related to radio


equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment
Laid down by the Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority on 20 June 2000 pursuant to the
Telecommunications Act of 23 June 1995 No. 39, Section 4-2 and 7-1, cf. regulation of 15 December
1995 No. 1032 on the division of authority within the telecommunications sector, Section 2 and 3. Cf.
EEA agreement annex II article 18 and EEA agreement annex II Section XVIII No. 4zg (Directive
1999/5/EF amended by Decision 2000/637/EF and 2000/638/EF), No. 4zzi (Decision 1999/511/EF)
and Decision 2001/148/EF. Amended February 6th 2001 No. 121, 4 July 2002 No. 795.

Section 1 Purpose
The purpose of these regulations is to provide for mutual regulation and ensure free
movement of goods and facilitate the trade of radio equipment and telecommunications
terminal equipment within the European Economic Area.

Section 2 Scope
The regulations apply to radio- and telecommunications terminal equipment as defined in
Section 3.
Radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment which is part of or supplement to
equipment regulated by
a) regulation of 15 August 1995 No. 713 concerning electrical equipment, Section VI on
active implantable electro medical devices and Section VII on electro medical
equipment and
b) regulation of 4 October 1994 No. 918 on technical regulations and approval of vehicles,
parts and equipment (the automotive EMC Directive) are regulated by this regulation
without restriction within the regulations mentioned in litra a) and b) in the second
paragraph of this Section.
The regulation does not cover
a) radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment on civil aviation regulated
by Council Decision (EEA) No. 3922/1991 of 16 December 1991 Article 2, amended by
Commission Decision (EC) No. 2176/1996 on harmonization of technical requirements
and administrative procedures in the field of civil aviation
b) - - c) Equipment regulated by regulation of 15 June 1999 No. 709 on EEA approval of
maritime radio equipment
d) Amateur radio equipment that is not commercially available, commercially available kits
composed of amateur radio and commercially available equipment modified by and for the
use of amateur radio
e) radio- and telecommunications terminal equipment which only is used to ensure security
of the State or other public security, which only is used by the Military or initiative by the
Government in the legal area.
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Radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment covered by this regulation may
be given individual approval according to the Telecommunications Act Section 4 2 for use
in the Svalbard area.

Section 3 Definitions
a) Radio equipment: A product, or relevant component thereof, capable of communication
by means of the emission and/or reception of radio waves utilizing the spectrum allocated
to terrestrial/ space radio communication; with the exception of equipment only receiving
broadcasting program
b) Telecommunications terminal equipment: A product enabling communication or a
relevant component thereof which is intended to be connected directly or indirectly by
any means whatsoever to interfaces of public telecommunications networks
c) Interface: A network termination point, which is a physical connection at which a user is
provided with access to public telecommunications network, and/or an air interface
specifying the radio path between radio equipment, and their technical specifications
d) Harmonized standard: A technical specification adopted by a recognized standards body
under a mandate from the European Commission
e) Harmful interference: Interference which endangers the functioning of a radio navigation
service or of other safety services or which otherwise seriously degrades, obstructs or
repeatedly interrupts a radio communications service operating in accordance with the
applicable European Economic Area or national regulations.
In addition the definitions in the Telecommunications Act apply.

Section 4 Notified bodies


Notified bodies are designated according to regulation of 16 June 1994 No. 20 on notified
bodies carrying out conformity assessment procedures. Notified bodies for radio equipment and
telecommunications terminal equipment shall carry out conformity assessment according to
Section 12, second and fifth paragraph and Section 13, second and fourth paragraph. Notified
bodies shall comply with the minimum requirements laid down in second to seventh paragraph.
The notified body, its director and the staff responsible for carrying out the tasks for which the
notified body has been designated must not be
a) designer, manufacturer, supplier or installer of equipment
b) network operator, service provider, nor the authorized representative of any of such
parties
c) directly involved in construction, production, marketing or maintenance of terminal
equipment or represent the parties engaged in these activities.

This does not preclude the possibility of exchanges of technical information between the
manufacturer and the notified body.
The notified body and its staff must carry out the tasks for which the notified body has been
designated with the highest degree of professional integrity and technical competence and must
be free from all pressures and inducements, particularly financial, which might influence their
judgment or the results of any inspection, especially from persons or groups of persons with an
interest in such results.
The notified body must have at its disposal the necessary staff and facilities to enable it to
perform properly the administrative and technical work associated with the tasks for which it
has been designated. The staff responsible for the tasks according to the regulation must have
a) sound technical and professional training
b) satisfactory knowledge of the requirements of the tests or inspections that are carried out
and adequate experience of such tests or inspections
c) the ability to draw up the certificates, records and reports required to authenticate the
performance of the inspections.
The impartiality of inspection staff must be guaranteed. Their remuneration must not depend
on the number of tests or inspections carried out nor on the results of such inspections.
The notified body must take out liability insurance unless its liability is assumed by the
telecommunications authority in accordance with national law, or the telecommunications
authority itself is directly responsible.
For notified bodies the rules on professional secrecy apply according to regulation of 16 June
1994 No. 20 on notified bodies responsible for conformity assessments Section 5, cf. law on
10 February 1967 concerning procedure of treatment in central government administration
Section 13 to 13 f.

Section 5 Essential requirements


Radio and telecommunications terminal equipment shall not cause harm to the health and the
safety of the user. The Regulation of 31. October 2008 No. 1164 on electric equipment
applies, but with no voltage limit.
Radio and telecommunications terminal equipment shall
a) not generate electromagnetic disturbance that prevents radio and telecommunications
equipment and other apparatus from operating as intended
b) have an adequate level of intrinsic immunity to electromagnetic disturbance to enable it to
operate as intended.
Radio equipment shall be so constructed that it effectively uses the spectrum allocated to
terrestrial/space radio communication and orbital resources so as to avoid harmful
interference.
The Commission may decide that apparatus within certain equipment classes or apparatus of
particular types shall be so constructed that
a) it interworks via networks with other apparatus and that it can be connected to interfaces
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of the appropriate type throughout the European Economic Area


b) it does not harm the public network or its functioning nor misuse network resources,
thereby causing an unacceptable degradation of service
c) it incorporates safeguards to ensure that the personal data and privacy of the user and of the
subscriber are protected
d) it supports certain features ensuring avoidance of fraud
e) it supports certain features ensuring access to emergency services
f) it supports certain features in order to facilitate its use by users with a disability.
The requirements of Sections 5a - 5e are additional requirements from the European Commission in
accordance with the basic requirements of Section 5 fourth paragraph.
Radio- and telecommunications terminal equipment which complies with a harmonized standard
published in the Official Journal, or a part of such a standard, is presumed to be in compliance with
the essential requirements covered by these standards or parts of these standards.

Section 5a Special requirements to radio equipment covered by the regional


arrangement concerning the radiotelephone service on inland waterways
Radio equipment to be used on waterways in Germany, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia,
France, Hungary, Luxembourg, Moldova, Holland, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia,
Switzerland, Czech republic, Ukraine, Yugoslavia, covered by the arrangement concerning the
radiotelephone service on inland waterways concluded in Basel on 6 April 2000 in countries where
the arrangement is to be implemented, and which is operating in the specified frequency bands,
shall use the automatic transmitter identification system (ATIS).
Radio communication equipment on the service categories ship-to-ship, ship-to-port- authorities
and onboard-communication, laid down by the arrangement shall not be able to transmit at
transmitter power higher than 1 Watt.

Section 5b Special requirements to radio equipment which is intended to be


fitted to seagoing vessels that are not covered by SOLAS-74
Radio equipment to be used in the maritime mobile service or the maritime mobile satellite
service as defined in Article S1.28 and S1.29 in the ITU Radio Regulation, and intended to
participate in the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) as laid down in the
International Convention for the safety of life at sea of 1974 Chapter IV, as amended in 1988
(SOLAS-74), shall be so constructed that it complies with a maritime environment.
The radio equipment shall meet all the operational requirements of the GMDSS under distress
conditions, and provide clear and robust communications with a high degree of fidelity of the
analogue or digital communications link.
The requirements do not apply to radio equipment covered by Regulation of 15 June 1999
No. 709 on EEA approval of Maritime Equipment.

Section 5c. Maritime radio equipment in Automatic Identification System (AIS)


service
Radio equipment to be used in the maritime mobile service and the maritime mobile satellite service
as defined by the International Telecommunications Union Radio Regulations Articles 1.28 and
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1.29 shall be constructed so that it is functioning properly in the environment for which it is

intended.
Radio Equipment covered by first paragraph, to be used in the AIS service as described in provision
19 of Chapter V of SOLAS and to be used on board on non-SOLAS vessels or shore stations, shall
comply with all applicable operational requirements for AIS.

Section 5d Special requirements to avalanche beacons intended to locate


people submerged by snow following an avalanche
Avalanche beacons operating on 457 kHz to locate people submerged by snow following an
avalanche shall be designed so as to be able to interwork with new beacons as well as with the
installed base of beacons, and which complies with the requirements in European Standard ETS
300 718.
The equipment shall be so constructed that it will function reliably after having been exposed to an
avalanche and continue to function when being submerged in snow for a longer period.

Section 5e EPIRB
EPIRB that is not covered by Section 5b and transmitting on the emergency frequency 406 MHz
within the COSPAS-Sarsat system shall be so constructed that they functioning properly under the
external influences equipment may be exposed. The equipment shall comply with all requirements of
COSPAS-Sarsat stand for this type of equipment.

Section 6 Conditions for placing on the market and use


Radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment may, without prejudice to the
conditions for use of frequencies in the Telecommunications Act chapter 5, be placed on the
market and put in operation when it comply to the relevant requirements in Section 5, is marked
according to Section 14, is correctly installed, kept in good repair and used appropriately.
If the Commission establish requirements according to Section 5 fourth paragraph, the radio
equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment regulated by such requirements and which
have been placed on the market before the requirements where established, may still in a period of
transition be placed on the market.
The manufacturer or the person responsible for placing the equipment on the market shall ensure
that the equipment is accompanied with information for the user on the intended use of the
apparatus, together with the declaration of conformity to the essential requirements in Section 5.
For telecommunications terminal equipment the interfaces to public telecommunications network
to which the equipment is intended to be connected shall be indicated, and for radio equipment the
packaging and the user manual shall specify for what country or geographical area the equipment
is designed and specify existing user limitations
in the European Economic Area. Radio equipment shall be marked according to Section 14 with
an equipment class identifier that may indicate possible user limitations.
Radio equipment which makes use of the spectrum not harmonized in the European Economic
Area shall not be placed on the market earlier than 4 weeks after the notification to Norwegian
Post and Telecommunications Authority with regard to marketing. The notification shall as a
minimum include information about frequency bands, channel separation, modulation,
transmitting effect and the responsible Notified Body.
If use of the equipment is assumed to prevent efficient use of the frequency spectrum, cause
harmful interference or create harm to human safety, Norwegian Post and Telecommunications
Authority can prohibit its placing on the market or establish other necessary arrangements.

Equipment covered by this regulation shall be clearly marked with the necessary information for safe
use in the applications it is designed for. If it is not possible to label the equipment, the information
shall be provided in the accompanying instructions. The information must be clear, easily accessible
and adapted to the user needs.

Section 7 Conformity assessment procedure


The manufacturer or his representative in the European Economic Area shall prove that the
essential requirements in Section 5 third and fourth paragraph is fulfilled by conformity
assessment by one of the following methods:
a) Telecommunications terminal equipment which is not making use of the frequency
spectrum allocated to terrestrial/space radio communication and receiving parts of radio
equipment shall be subject to the procedures described in any one of the procedures
described in Section 8, 10 or 11
b) Radio equipment which is not regulated by letter a, shall be subject to one of the procedures
according to Section 9, Section 10 or Section 11 when harmonized standard is used
c) Radio equipment which is not regulated by letter a, shall be subject to one of the procedures
according to Section 10 or Section 11 when harmonized standard is not used or only partly used.
Compliance with the essential requirements in section 5 first paragraph shall be documented so
as stated in section 7 first paragraph or according to procedure in regulation of 31. October 2008
No. 1164 on electric equipment.
Compliance with the essential requirements in section 5 second paragraph shall be documented as
stated in section 7 first paragraph or according to procedure in regulation of 22 January 2007 No.
89 on electromagnetic compatibility (the EMC regulation).
Documentation and correspondence by procedure according to first, second and third paragraph
shall be in Norwegian or a language accepted by the notified body.

Section 8 Conformity assessment procedure by internal production control


The manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the European Economic
Area, who carries out conformity assessment procedure by internal production control, shall
declare that the products concerned satisfy the requirements in the regulation, affix the CE
marking to each product in compliance with section 14, and draw up a written declaration of
conformity.
The manufacturer must establish the technical documentation as described in third paragraph. The
manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the European Economic Area
must keep it for a period ending at least 10 years after the last product has been manufactured at
the disposal of Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority for inspection purposes.
Where the manufacturer is not established within the European Economic Area, the obligation to
keep the technical documentation available is the responsibility of the person who places the
product on the European Economic Area market.
The technical documentation must enable the conformity of the product with the essential
requirements to be assessed. It must cover the design, manufacture and operation of the
product, in particular
a) a general description of the product
b) conceptual design and manufacturing, drawings and schemes of components, circuits,
sub-assemblies, etc.

c) descriptions and explanations necessary for the understanding of said drawings and
schemes according to third paragraph letter b and the operation of the product
d) a list of the standards applied in full or in part, and descriptions and explanations of the
solutions adopted to meet the essential requirements of the Directive where such standards
have not been applied
e) results of design calculations made, examinations carried out, etc. f)
test reports.
The manufacturer or his authorized representative within the European Economic Area must keep a
copy of the declaration of conformity with the technical documentation.
The manufacturer must take all measures necessary in order that the manufactured products and the
technical documentation comply with the requirements in the regulation.

Section 9 Conformity assessment procedure by specific apparatus tests


When the manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the European
Economic Area use Conformity assessment by specific apparatus tests the requirements in
Section 8 shall apply.
All essential radio test suites must be carried out by the manufacturer or on his behalf. The
identification of the test suites that are considered to be essential is the responsibility of a
notified body chosen by the manufacturer except where the test suites are defined in the
harmonized standards. The notified body must take due account of previous decisions made by
notified bodies acting together.
The manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the European Economic
Area or the person responsible for placing the apparatus on the market must declare that these
tests have been carried out and that the apparatus complies with the
essential requirements in Section 5 and must affix the notified body's identification number on the
equipment.

Section 10 Conformity assessment procedure by technical construction file


When the manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the European
Economic Area applies for conformity assessment by technical construction file the
requirements in section 8 and section 9 shall as far as it is applicable, be fulfilled.
The technical construction file according to the requirements in the section herein shall comply
with the requirements in section 8 third paragraph and the declaration on specified radio tests in
section 9 third paragraph.
The manufacturer, his authorized representative established within the European Economic Area or
the person responsible for placing the apparatus on the market, must present the file to one or more
notified bodies, each of the notified bodies must be informed of others who have received the file.
The notified body must review the file, and if it is considered that it has not been properly
demonstrated that the requirements of the Directive have been met, the notified body may issue an
opinion to the manufacturer, his representative or the person responsible for placing the apparatus
on the market and must inform the other notified bodies who have received the file accordingly.
Such an opinion must be given within four weeks of receipt of the file by the notified body. On
receipt of this opinion, or after the end of the four-week period, the apparatus may be placed on the
market, without prejudice to section 6 and 17.
The manufacturer or his authorized representative established within the European Economic Area7
or the person responsible for placing the apparatus on the market must keep the file for a period

ending at least 10 years after the last apparatus has been manufactured at the disposal of the
relevant national authorities of any Member States for inspection.

Section 11 Conformity assessment procedure by full quality assurance


requirements to the quality system
When the manufacturer or his representative in the European Economic Area applies for
conformity assessment procedure by full quality assurance the requirements in second paragraph
shall apply, and a declaration that the products concerned satisfy the requirements in the
regulation. The manufacturer or his authorized representative in the European Economic Area
must affix the marks to each product according to section 14 and draw up a written declaration of
conformity.
The manufacturer must operate an approved quality system for design, manufacture and final
product inspection and testing as specified in third paragraph and section 12 and must be subject
to surveillance by the notified body as specified in section 13.
The quality system must ensure compliance of the products with the requirements of the Directive
that apply to them. All the elements, requirements and provisions adopted by the manufacturer
must be documented in a systematic and orderly manner in the form of written policies,
procedures and instructions. This quality system documentation must ensure a common
understanding of the quality policies and procedures such as quality programs, plans, manuals
and records. It must contain in particular an adequate description of
a) the quality objectives and the organizational structure, responsibilities and powers of the
management with regard to design and product quality
b) technical specifications, relevant test specifications that will be applied and, where the
Harmonized Standards will not be applied in full, the means that will be used to ensure
that the essential requirements will be met
c) the design control and design verification techniques, processes and systematic actions that
will be used when designing the products pertaining to the product category covered
d) corresponding manufacturing, quality control and quality assurance techniques, processes
and systematic actions that will be used
e) the examinations and tests that will be carried out before, during and after manufacture,
and the frequency with which they will be carried out, as well as the results of the tests
carried out before manufacture where appropriate
f) the means by which it is ensured that the test and examination facilities respect the
appropriate requirements for the performance of the necessary test
g) the quality records, such as inspection reports and test data, calibration data, qualification
reports of the personnel concerned, etc.
h) the means to monitor the achievement of the required design and product quality and the
effective operation of the quality system.

Section 12 Conformity assessment procedure by full quality assurance


notified body
A manufacturer who applies for conformity assessment procedure according to section 11 must
lodge an application for assessment of his quality system with a notified body. The application
must include
a) all relevant information about the radio equipment and telecommunications terminal
equipment

b) the quality system's documentation.


The notified body must assess the quality system to determine whether it satisfies the
requirements referred to in first paragraph and section 11 third paragraph. It must presume
compliance with these requirements in respect of the system that implements the relevant
harmonized standard. The evaluation procedure shall be made by use of at least one member
experienced as an assessor in the product technology concerned and must include an assessment
visit to the manufacturer's premises. The decision must be notified to the manufacturer containing
the conclusions of the examination and the reasoned assessment decision.
The manufacturer must undertake to fulfill the obligations arising out of the quality system as
approved so that it remains adequate and efficient.
The manufacturer or his authorized representative in the European Economic Area must keep
the notified body that has approved the quality system informed of any intended updating of
the quality system.
The notified body must evaluate the modifications proposed and decide whether the amended
quality system will still satisfy the requirements referred to in section 11 third paragraph. The
decision must be notified to the manufacturer containing the conclusions of the examination and the
reasoned assessment decision.

Section 13 Conformity assessment procedure by full quality assurance


responsibility for surveillance
The manufacturer who uses conformity assessment according to section 11 and 12 must allow the
notified body access for inspection purposes to the locations of design, manufacture, inspection
and testing, and storage and must provide it with all necessary information, in particular:
a) the quality system documentation
b) the quality records as foreseen by the design part of the quality system, such as results of
analyses, calculations, tests, etc.
c) the quality records as foreseen by the manufacturing part of the quality system, such as
inspection reports and test data, calibration data, qualification reports of the personnel
concerned, etc.
The notified body must carry out audits at reasonable intervals to make sure that the manufacturer
maintains and applies the quality system and must provide an audit report to the manufacturer. The
notified body may pay unexpected visits to the manufacturer. The notified body may carry out tests
or have them carried out in order to check the proper functioning of the quality system where
necessary. The notified body must provide the manufacturer with a visit report and, if a test has
been carried out, with a test report.
The manufacturer must, for a period ending at least 10 years after the last product has been
manufactured, keep at the disposal of the national authorities
a) the documentation referred to in section 12, first paragraph, litra b
b) the updating referred to in section 12, fourth paragraph, first close
c) the decisions and reports from the notified body which are referred to in section 12, fifth
paragraph, second close, section 13 second paragraph

Each notified body must make available to the other notified bodies the relevant information
concerning quality system approvals including references to the product(s) concerned, issued and
withdrawn.

Section 14 CE marking
Apparatus complying with all relevant essential requirements shall bear the EC conformity
marking referred to in the annex fig. 1. The EC conformity marking shall be affixed under the
responsibility of the manufacturer, his authorized representative within the European Economic
Area or the person responsible for placing the apparatus on the market.
Radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment shall be accompanied by the
identification number of the notified body referred to in the annex fig. 2 when conformity
assessment p r oc edu r e is used by a notified body according to section 9, or conformity
assessment in section 10 or section 11.
Radio equipment which makes use of frequency bands not harmonized in the European Economic
Area shall in addition be accompanied by an equipment class identifier according to the annex fig.
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The marking must be affixed to the product, to the packaging and to the accompanying documents.
When radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment is regulated by other
regulations establishing the use of CE marking, the marking also covers these regulations. If this
regulation in a period of transition permits the manufacturer to use other arrangements, the
marking shall indicate the relevant regulations. The manufacturer shall in the documents
accompanied by the equipment in this case refer to the directives published in the Official Journal.

Section 14a Other marking


Apparatus shall be identified by the manufacturer by means of type, batch or serial numbers and
by the name of the manufacturer or his representative in the European Economic Area.
Radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment which is modified for
compliance with the requirements in the regulation shall be marked in such a way that
confusing with unmodified equipment is avoided.
It is not permitted to use marking that can be confused with the marking referred to in this
regulation.

Section 15 (Repealed by regulation of 6 February 2002 No. 121)


Section 16 Exhibitions, demonstrations etc.
Radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment can be demonstrated on
exhibitions, shows etc. even if the equipment does not comply with the requirements in
Section 5. The marking on the equipment shall clearly demonstrate that it cannot be placed on the
market before it is in compliance with the relevant essential requirements and affixed with correct
marking.

Section 17 Arrangements by danger and inconvenience


Even if the equipment is in compliance with the requirements in the regulation and a decision
authorized in the regulation is made, the Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority may
put restrictions to or demand that the equipment be taken out of the market if the equipment will or1
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may cause harmful interference related to existing or planned services according to National
Frequency Plan or other National considerations.

Section 18 Exceptions
If particular reasons are under consideration and if it is not in conflict with the EEA
Agreement, the Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority can make exceptions from
the requirements in the regulation.

Section 19 Surveillance
Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority is carrying out enforcement of provisions in
the regulation or decisions according to the regulation.
As part of the enforcement, Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority or an authorized
representative can perform spot tests at the premises of the manufacturer, importer, distributor or
user. It may be carried out spot tests, complete tests or other verifications of the equipment. If the
Norwegian Post and telecommunications Authority finds it necessary the equipment may be taken
for further examination.
The manufacturer, importer, distributor or renter of the equipment shall get hold of equipment
which is necessary for the Post and Telecommunications Authority in respect of testing, even if the
equipment is not available in stock.
The controlled party must give the Authority access to the operations, premises, equipment, lists
of sold equipment etc. and contribute to the accomplishment of the surveillance, with reference
to the Telecommunications Act chapter 7.
The necessary information and documentation shall be presented, with reference to the
Telecommunications Act section 9-1
Post and Telecommunications Authority may require getting the equipment sent for inspection free
of charge.

Section 20 Sanctions
In the event of violations of the obligations laid down in these regulations, the Norwegian Post
and Telecommunications Authority may implement sanctions according to chapter 7 of the
Telecommunications Act, and may impose coercive fines under section 10-3 of the
Telecommunications Act. If the manufacturer cannot be identified the sanctions may be
effectuated towards the owner of the equipment.
Administrative fines pursuant to the Telecommunications Act Section 10-13 first paragraph No. 2 may
be imposed for violations of duties under this Regulation Section 5, Section 5a to 5e, Section 6 third
paragraph, Section 7 to 14a, Section 16 and Section 19.

Section 21 Penalties and confiscation


Violations of these regulations are punishable to section 10-4 of the Telecommunications Act and
may entail confiscation in accordance with the confiscation provisions and the penal code.

Section 22 Transitional arrangements


Equipment approved according to the regulation of 7 September 1994 No. 867 on

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telecommunications terminal equipment and satellite earth equipment where common technical
regulations in the European Economic Area exist, according to corresponding regulations in the
European Economic Area, or according to regulation of 2 September 1998
No. 857 on national approval of telecommunications equipment, can be placed on the market
by the manufacturer or his representative in the European Economic Area until 8 April
2001.

Section 23 Entry into force


These regulations enter into force on 1 July 2000.

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Annex - Marking
Figure 1.

The letters CE
Figure 2.

The letters CE

Example of the notified bodys


identification number

Figure 3.

The letters CE

Example of the notified bodys


identification number

If the CE marking is minimized or magnified the proportions shall be kept as described above. The
different parts of the CE mark shall, as far as possible, have the same height and the
height shall not be less than 5 mm.

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