A sustainable RF certification services company
A sustainable RF certification services company
A sustainable RF certification services company

Mexico


Population:
128,932,753
Language:
Spanish, Castilian
Currency:
Mexican Peso
The type approval process for RF products in Mexico is administered by the NYCE (Normalización Y Certificación Electrónica A.C) .

Eleos Compliance offer a fast, reliable and cost-effective service for your type approvals needs in Mexico. Our coverage includes all RF and ITE devices – please see our technologies supported here.
Our service includes as standard:
  • Support and guidance to ensure that you understand any RF, EMC, Safety or Green certification requirements applicable to your device.
  • Review of your EU/FCC TCF to ensure that your documentation will be acceptable.
  • Preparation of your application including all application forms and declarations.
  • Pre-screening of your product samples.
  • Payment of testing fees and technical support during overseas testing.
  • Submission of your application and payment of type approval fees
  • Translation and interpretation activity as required to obtain the approval
  • Management of the approval process and follow up throughout to ensure that your certificate is delivered in a timely manner
You can follow the process of your applications daily through our cloud-based live status reporting system.

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Certification Schemes
Lead Time:
9 weeks
Local Representation:
Required
Specific Labelling:
Yes
In Country Testing Required:
Depending on Product
Validity:
12 months
Lead Time:
6 weeks
Local Representation:
Required
Specific Labelling:
Yes
In Country Testing Required:
Yes
Validity:
12 months
Regulatory Updates for Mexico
Public Consultation for 57-64 GHz Motion Sensors in Mexico
On March 16th, IFT has published the Public Consult for Preliminary Draft for the update of the technical operational conditions of the frequency band 57 - 64 GHz, to be classified as a free spectrum.

 The main objectives of the Preliminary Project are to: 

  1. update the technical operating conditions for motion sensors that could make use of the 57 - 64 GHz frequency band (57 - 64 GHz band), in order to promote the deployment of new technology related to motion sensors in our country and, consequently, benefit the general public;
  2. manage and promote the efficient use of the radioelectric spectrum in the 57 - 64 GHz band;
  3. promote and promote conditions for the general public to have access to new telecommunications technologies and services through the use of the 57 - 64 GHz band;
  4. increase harmonization in the use of the radioelectric spectrum for motion sensors in the 57 - 64 GHz band, based on best international practices and existing technological advances;
  5. encourage technological innovation in the country by adding access to the radio spectrum for testing and experimentation of new equipment or technologies related to motion sensors in the 57 - 64 GHz band, without the need for a concession for these purposes, and
  6. promote competition in the telecommunications market for the 57 - 64 GHz band, in order to achieve further development in the sector.

The consultation runs from March 17, 2021 to April 20, 2021 (20 business days), and interested parties can submit a formal input (using the FORMAT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PUBLIC CONSULTATION form) to planeacion.espectro@ift.org.mx 



Published 19/03/21

Reminder - IFT-012-2019 coming into force in Mexico on 26th February 2021
From 26th February 2021, IFT-012-2019 will come into effect in Mexico mandating in-country SAR test requirements for mobile terminal equipment.
 
IFT-012-2019 is in line with IEC 62209-1  and IEC 62209-2 and prescribes the maximum limits for specific absorption rate of human exposure to RF fields for wireless devices used next to the ear and in close proximity to the body.
 
IFT-012-2019 is applicable to products operating within the frequency range of 30 MHz to 6 GHz and that are used :
 
·        Near the head, particularly near the ear, in the frequency range of 300 MHz to 6 GHz, and / or
·        At a distance less than or equal to 200 mm from the human body, in the frequency range from 30 MHz to 6 GHz.


Published 05/02/21

IFT open public consultation on 6GHz band in Mexico
On 6th November 2020, IFT opened a public consultation on the use of the 6GHz band in Mexico.

IFT is looking to gather information, opinions, and proposals on the future use of the 5925–7125MHz frequency band (known as the 6 GHz band), considering the latest technological advances and services already operating in the 6GHz band in Mexico.

Alongside the consultation document, IFT included a reference document with information on the current and anticipated uses of the 6GHz band in various countries worldwide. This document includes details regarding global implementation of new technologies using all of or part of the 6GHz band, such as Wi-Fi 6, 5G NR-U and those relating to IMT (international Mobile Telecommunications).

The public consultation will be open until 18th December 2020 and once closed, IFT will review all comments and then determine the different uses that may be given to the 5925-7125MHz band in Mexico. A decision is expected to be published soon after the closure of the public consultation.

Interested parties can submit comments by e-mail to planeacion.espectro@ift.org.mx, or by post to the following address: Oficina de Partes Común del Instituto Located in Insurgentes Sur 1143, Colonia Nochebuena, Demarcación Territorial Benito Juárez, C.P. 03720, México City.

For a copy of the public consultation document, please get in touch.



Published 09/11/20

IFETEL Mexico Public Consultation on their "Roadmap of the Federal Telecommunications Institute 2020-2024"
Mexico's Regulator IFETEL are inviting comments from interested parties on their Draft Roadmap for 2020-2024 available for download here:
http://www.ift.org.mx/sites/default/files/industria/temasrelevantes/16510/documentos/hrparaconsultapublicadefinitivascv390820_0.pdf

Questions, comments and concerns invited via email up until the 12th October.



Published 23/09/20