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

Papua New Guinea

The type approval process for RF products in Papua New Guinea is administered by the National Information And Communication Technology Authority.

Eleos Compliance offer a fast, reliable and cost-effective service for your type approvals needs in Papua New Guinea. 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.
  • Submission of your application and payment of type approval fees
  • 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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Lead Time:
2 weeks
Local Representation:
Not Required
Specific Labelling:
In Country Testing Required:
Regulatory Updates for Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea approve frequency bands 700 MHz, 71–76 and 81–86 GHz
On 25th November 2020, Nation Information & Communications Technology (NICTA) of Papua New Guinea published an approved bands plan for the use of the frequency bands 700 MHz, 71–76 & 81–86 GHz. The notices are published in line with ITU Radio Regulations of WRC-15 and provisions for ITU Region 3.
NICTA issued two notices; the first covering the frequency plan and channelling arrangements for the 700MHz band. The 700 MHz band plan relates to the spectrum between 698–806 MHz and is planned to support IMT and IMT based mobile broadband applications.
The second notice covers the band plan and channelling arrangement in the 71-76GHz and 81-86GHz frequency range, including fixed wireless systems, radiolocation services and automotive radar applications among others.
A link to the announcement and official notices can be found here.
The new frequency bands are open for use and equipment operating on these frequency bands can now be approved in Papua New Guinea.

Published 03/12/20