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MIIT’s Announcement No. 77 [2024]: Notice on Issuing the "Interim Provisions on the Radio Management of Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Radio Transmission Equipment."

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has published the interim provisions "MIIT No. 77 [2024]” for Ultra-Wideband (UWB) equipment, which will take effect on August 1, 2025.

At that time, the previous UWB technology regulation, "MIIT No. 354 [2008]," will be abolished.

Type approvals or extensions that meet the original provisions before the implementation of "MIIT No. 77 [2024]" on August 1, 2025, will be processed as usual. After this date, only submissions that comply with the new requirements will be accepted.

UWB radio transmission equipment refers to radio transmission equipment with a transmitting signal bandwidth (-10dB bandwidth) of not less than 500MHz, which is mainly used in short-distance and high-speed wireless data communication, positioning, ranging, perception and other fields, and is used at a frequency of 7163-8812 MHz.

These provisions apply to the development, production, import, sale and use of UWB radio transmission equipment.

For the official notice (Chinese only), click here.

For the “Technical Requirements for Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Radio Transmission Equipment” (Chinese only), click here.