Important Update: Public License for Short-Range Devices in Jordan

The Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) of Jordan has announced an important update to the Public License for Short-Range Devices (SRDs), effective from August 30th, 2023. The revised license introduces regulations regarding the use and operation of SRDs within the country

Highlights of the Updated Regulation:

1. Technical Requirements Revision:
The updated license includes changes to the technical requirements for SRDs.
2. Frequency Bands Adjustments:
  • Extension of the frequency bands available for SRD operation.
  • Removal of certain frequency bands previously available for SRD operation.
3. Streamlined Licensing Process:
The TRC has simplified the application process for SRD licenses, facilitating easier compliance for users and operators.
4. Detailed Frequency Specifications:
The regulation provides comprehensive specifications for SRD frequency bands

Compliance and Access to Information:

All SRD users and operators in Jordan should review the TRC's latest guidelines to ensure full compliance and obtain the necessary licenses. Non-compliance could lead to penalties and disruptions to SRD operations.
For a complete understanding of the updated Public License, including the full list of frequencies, power limits, duty cycles, modulation types, applications, and other parameters allowed under the updated licence, please visit the Public License for Short-Range Devices in Jordan.
Menacert is dedicated to keeping you updated on the latest regulatory changes that may impact your SRD operations in Jordan. For questions or further clarification, we encourage you to reach out to us.
Together, we can ensure compliant, efficient, and uninterrupted usage of your SRD equipment in Jordan's telecommunications landscape.