20 Rue Aguelmane Sidi Ali Appt 2, Agdal Rabat

Super User

Super User

Monday, 18 July 2016 08:33

Telecommunications Specifications

The telecommunications equipment to be connected to a public network and radio installations are subject to pre-type approval.

Technical Specifications

Equipment terminals

  • Technical specifications of the terminals to be connected to the digital network with basic access services (ISDN), network-side Features: digital transmission system in metallic local lines - Telecommunications Aspects (ANRT-STA/ET-RNIS NT1);
  • Technical specifications of the terminals to be connected to the analog interface-switched telecommunications network - Aspects Telecommunications (ANRT-STA/ET-RTC);
  • Additional technical requirements for the type approval of private switching systems (ANRT-STA/ET-PBX);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of terminals to be connected to 2048 Kbit/s digital interface devices - Telecommunications Aspects (ANRT-STA/ET-LSN E1);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of terminals to be connected to Digital Network Integrated Services (ISDN) to the reference point "T" or to a location where reference points "S" and "T" match (access basic access & primary access) - Telecommunications Aspects. (ANRT-STA/ET-RNISS/T-1);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of PDH technology digital radio waves providing fixed point-to-point in the 7 GHz, 18 GHz and 23 GHz band waves. (ANRT-STA/IR-FHN-PPPDH-1) ;
  • Radio installations Technical specifications for the type approval of radio equipment for specific applications operating in the following sub-bands: 70-135 kHz, 13553-13567 MHz, 27105-27283 MHz - Radio Specifications - (ANRT-STA/IR- A2FP 70 kHz-30 MHz);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of radio installations for non-specific applications operating in the following sub-bands: 27.105 - 27.283 MHz, 40660-40700 MHz, from 433,050 to 433,650 MHz 433,850 to 434,790 MHz and 869.2 - 869.3 MHz - Radio Specifications (ANRT-STA / IR-A2FP 25-1000 MHz);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of radio installations consisting of low-power and short-range devices operating in the 446-446.1 MHz band - Radio Specifications -(ANRT-STA/IR-A2FP 446 MHz);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of radio installations consisting of low-power and short-range devices or as part of a wireless LAN operating in the 2.4 GHz band - Radio Specifications-(ANRT-STA/IR- A2FP 2.4 GHz);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of radio installations as part of a radio LAN operating in the 5150-5250 MHz band - Radio Specifications-(ANRT-STA/IR- A2FP 5.2 GHz);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of radio installations consisting of low-power and low range devices for traffic information systems in the 76-77 GHz band- Radio Specifications (ANRT-STA/IR-A2FP 76/77 GHz) ;
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of cordless type telephones operating in the bands under 26.310 - 26.4875 MHz and 41.3125 - 41.4875 MHz, 46630-46830 MHz and 49725-49890 MHz - Radio Specifications (ANRT-STA \ IR-A2FP CT0);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of equipment using DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) technology for voice applications and data transmission operating in the band 1880-1885 MHz - Radio Specifications-(ANRT-STA/IR- PS-1);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of Land Mobile Earth Stations (LMES) and Maritime Mobile Earth Stations (MSS) not intended for distress and safety operating in the 1.5/1.6 GHz band and provides a low data rate - Radio Specifications- (ANRT-STA/IR-GMPCS GEO-1);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of Land Mobile Earth Stations (LMES) for mobile geostationary satellites operating in the 1.5/1.6 GHz band for the provision of voice and / or data - Radio Specifications (GEO-ANRT-STA/IR-GMPCS 2);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of mobile earth stations for mobile geostationary satellite systems, including portable ground stations operating in the band 1.5/1.6 GHz mobile satellite service (MSS) - Radio Specifications-(ANRT-STA/IR-GMPCS GEO-3);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of mobile stations intended to operate in the public cellular network GSM standard - Radio Specifications-(ANRT-STA/IR-GSM-2);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of trunked radio network equipment (3RP) iDEN radio type system - Radio Specifications (ANRT-STA/IR-IDEN); Technical specifications for the type approval of trunked radio network equipment (3RP) TETRA- radio type system - Radio Specifications (ANRT-STA/IR-TETRA);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of Land Mobile Earth Stations transmitting low rate satellite LEO data operating in the VHF-band - Radio Specifications. (ANRT-STA/IR-GMPCSVHF-1);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of Land Mobile Earth Stations to ensure a personal communication service by non-geostationary satellite operating in the 1.6/2.4 GHz band - Radio Specifications. (ANRT-STA/IR-GMPCSNOSG-1) ;
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of base stations and repeaters under the sub cellular public telephone network GSM radio system - Radio Specifications. (ANRT-STA/IR-GSM-1) ;
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of radio installations of the land mobile service for analog voice transmission operating in the 30MHz-1GHz band - Radio Specifications. (ANRT-STA/IR-SMT-VAN-1) ;
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of digital analog or digital radio systems under the land mobile service for the transmission of data and voice operating in the 30MHZ-1GHz band - Radio Specifications. (ANRT-STA/IR-SMT-D+V-1);
  • Technical specifications for the type approval of VSATs operating in C-band and Ku-band - Radio Specifications. (ANRT-STA/IR-VSAT-1) ;

 

Source: National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (ANRT).

Monday, 18 July 2016 08:33

Morocco - 10 million internet users

Morocco has passed an Internet milestone, exceeding the 10 million subscriber mark through the end of March, the country’s telecommunications regulator said. According to the National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency, the country saw a 61 percent increase from the previous year, with 9.29 million accessing Internet services via 3G mobile.

ADSL customers in the country grew some 16 percent over the year, although voice continued its decline by 15 percent to 2.39 million users.

The increase in subscribers and mobile users in the country also saw the average revenue per minute drop to MAD 0.31 through March, down 9 percent from the previous year. But with the increase in users, telecom profits should not see any substantial drop in profits.

The average Internet bill’s price contracted by 31 percent to MAD 22 a month at the end of March, from MAD 32 a year earlier. 3G mobile Internet bills came down by 32 percent to MAD 15 a month.

The average ADSL bill price increased by 3 percent to MAD 92 a month. Fixed average revenue per minute rose by 11 percent to MAD 0.75, from MAD 0.83 at the end of March 2014.

Mobile users were stable at 43.39 million, for a slightly over 128 percent penetration rate. Only 2.34 million of mobile phone users are on postpaid tariffs.

 

Source: Joseph Mayton, http://www.itnewsafrica.com/

Monday, 18 July 2016 08:33

Chinese Industrial City - Tangiers

Some 200 Chinese companies are looking to set up shop in Morocco, following an agreement between the Moroccan government and China’s Haite group to launch an industrial park near the city of Tangiers.

Moulay Hafid Alami, the Moroccan Minister for Industry and New Technologies said: “As we all know, there are structural changes in China, where economic operators are now looking for competitive platforms. They have chosen Morocco as one of those competitive platforms.”

With an initial investment of US$1 billion, the “Mohamed VI Tangier Tech City” aims to generate 100,000 jobs, including 90,000 for employees from the Tangiers area.

The project is scheduled to take 10 years and work will start in the second half of 2017.

It will serve as the North Africa base for Chinese companies operating in the sectors of automobile manufacturing, aeronautics and textiles.

Morocco has already launched an industrialization drive centered on Tangiers which is being turned into a hub with a free trade zone and deep-water harbor.

 

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk

Monday, 18 July 2016 08:33

Morocco - 36.5 million mobile users

Mobile users in Morocco continued their upward push through 2011, with the number of subscribers rising 14.29 percent to 36.55 million. According to a report from the country’s national telecom regulator ANRT (Agence National de Réglementation des Télécommunications), the result is a 113.57 percent penetration rate.

Growth in post-paid customers also saw an increase of 26.66 percent, compared to only 13.8 percent in 2010.

“Mobile voice traffic increased by 65.6 percent and SMS traffic by 31.38 percent, compared to last year. Maroc Telecom saw its mobile market share fall to 48.85 percent at the end of 2011, compared to 52.81 percent a year earlier, Medi Telecom’s dipped to 32.92 percent from 33.74 percent and Wana Corporate’s (Inwi) grew to 20.23 percent from 13.45 percent,” the report said.

“This should be a good boost to the beginning of this year in terms of increasing services that Moroccans should be getting,” Maroc Telecom consultant Ibrahim Mahmoud said.

As mobile users continued to climb, fixed landlines saw a drop in subscribers by almost five percent, down to 3.57 million, or a penetration rate of 11.08 percent.

The report said fixed call traffic came down by 9.42 percent year-on-year. “Wana Corporate had a 64.59 percent share of the fixed phone market at the end of 2011, followed by Maroc Telecom with 34.79 percent and Medi Telecom with 0.62 percent,” the report added.

 

Source: Joseph Mayton, http://www.itnewsafrica.com/

Monday, 18 July 2016 08:31

ADSL Market Opened-up

Moroccan telecom regulator, ANRT, has decided to open up the ADSL market within Morocco.

While this move will ultimately allow telecom service providers to establish a formidable position within the country, it does however affect Maroc Telecom’s position. Maroc Telecom’s has a monopoly at present, and according to telecompaper.com, the operator still disagrees with three measures; providing collocation of third-party operators’ equipment in its existing cabinets, installing multi-operator cabinets for part of their future nodes and establishing an active wholesale offer for third-party operators under a virtual unbundled local access model.

Moroccan telecom regulator, ANRT, has given Maroc Telecom until 1 August to make a wholesale offer to alternative operators Meditel and Inwi, and to provide a technical and tariff wholesale offer for passive access to its fixed local loop. Inwi could launch its ADSL service at the end of the year; however, Inwi has yet to announce its intention to join the ADSL market.

 

Source: http://www.itnewsafrica.com/

Search

Category

For all Global Type Approval and Certification Services

About Approval Team Morocco

Approval Team Morocco enjoys its reputation providing superior services in product certification in Morocco and more than 45 countries.Our philosophy is to provide efficient and timely approval services in accordance with the regulations and to the customer's requirements and satisfaction. 

Our Services

  • Type approval certification
  • Assessment about applicable approval requirements
  • Dealing with customs and Technical support
  • Preparation of technical document and approval forms
  • Dealing with local representative companies
  • Application package submission to Authorities

Latest News

Corporate Office

  • 20 Rue Aguelmane Sidi Ali Appt 2, Agdal Rabat
  • contact@tasmaroc.com
© Copyright Telecommunications Approval Services Maroc, All Rights Reserved. Designed by Webdesigner

Search