Type approval
CRC
 

Under the Provision 9.1.3 of the Communications Law of Mongolia, the Communications Regulatory Commission of (CRC) Mongolia implements the authority to determine technical specifications and requirements for equipment of telecommunications network and customers, and certify.

In 2015, Communications Regulatory Commission of Mongolia issued 45 type approval certificates for the Information and communications equipment that comply with requirements of standards and minimum set of regulatory, technical and safety requirements.

In order to implement the National program for transition from analog TV broadcasting to digital broadcasting, CRC has type approved and issued type approval certificate, conformity marking for DVB-T2 set-top boxes, that complied with "Digital Television. Technical requirements of DVB-T2 digital terrestrial broadcasting receiver” MNS 6401: 2013 standard.

Conformity certificate number

Equipment name/model

Certificate holder

1

A16000001

Dimila/T2-601

DVB, LLC

2

A16000002

Эрхэс/FS820T2

Terbox, LLC

3

A16000003

Toptou/DVB-T2 621

Bigchip, LLC

4

A16000004

MUSTSICTSOLUTION/MSS01

MUST

5

A16000010

PTC/T2-603

GTTO, LLC

6

А18000012

Digital Terrestrial Receiver/VS-022

Otero, LLC

7

A18000026

ICT Green solution/DVB-2012

N.Bataakhuu

8

A17000042

ТОД TV/DVB-3012

Tod engineering, LLC

 

CRC Conformity mark

CRC grant authorization to use the CRC conformity marking for the information and communication equipment, that complied with relevant national, regional, and international standard requirements and type approved by the CRC.

Manufacturers, suppliers shall get permission from the CRC to affix the conformity marking to the equipment that has been type approved, received a conformity certificate and complied with standard requirement in accordance with the resolution for Type Approved Information and Communication Equipment conformity marking and guidance for Type Approved Information and Communication Equipment conformity marking, 2014.

 
 

 

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