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Mexico Modifies Technical Specifications for Certain Mobile Terminal Equipment

Mexico’s Federal Telecommunications Institute has modified certain aspects of Part 2 of Technical Disposition IFT-011-2017, which sets forth technical specifications for mobile terminal equipment that operates in the 700 MHz, 800 MHz, 850 MHz, 1,900 MHz, 1,700 MHz/2,100 MHz and/or 2,500 MHz bandwidths and can use the radio spectrum or can be connected to telecom networks.

Mexico’s Federal Telecommunications Institute has modified certain aspects of Part 2 of Technical Disposition IFT-011-2017, which sets forth technical specifications for mobile terminal equipment that operates in the 700 MHz, 800 MHz, 850 MHz, 1,900 MHz, 1,700 MHz/2,100 MHz and/or 2,500 MHz bandwidths and can use the radio spectrum or can be connected to telecommunications networks. Meanwhile, the Mexican government will continue to accept input from interested parties through 11 September on a recent proposal to set new mandatory standards for subject mobile terminal equipment, which would require such equipment to comply with the revised version of Technical Disposition IFT-011-2017. These standards would enter into force 60 days from the date of publication of a final regulation in Mexico’s official journal.

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