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Radio and telecommunications terminal equipment (R&TTE)

State of play of implementation of the Directive 1999/5/EC

The state of play of implementation of the Directive 1999/5/EC

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R&TTE ADCO documents and recommendations

The Administrative Co-operation Working Group (ADCO for R&TTE) is an independent Working Group run and chaired by the Member States.

The Group is a forum for co-operation and exchange of information between national market surveillance authorities.

Market Surveillance reports:

Report on the First Joint Cross Border R&TTE Market Surveillance Campaign on compliance with the administrative requirements of the R&TTE Directive (performed in 2002-2003) pdf - 477 KB [477 KB]

Report on the Second Joint Cross Border R&TTE Market Surveillance Campaign on Short Range Devices (performed in 2005-2006) pdf - 148 KB [148 KB]

Report on the Third Joint Cross Border R&TTE Market Surveillance Campaign on Private Mobile Radio (PMR) and 2.4 GHz products (performed in 2008-2009) pdf - 193 KB [193 KB]

Report on the Fourth Joint Cross Border R&TTE Market Surveillance Campaign on low power FM transmitter (performed in 2009) pdf - 134 KB [134 KB]

Bilateral campaign to assess the conformity of 39 Tablet PC conducted by The Market Surveillance Authorities (MSA) of Germany (Bundesnetzagentur) and the Netherlands (Agentschap Telecom) (performed in March-July 2012). pdf - 57 KB [57 KB]

ADCO R&TTE report on market surveillance statistics 2012 pdf - 225 KB [225 KB]

Report on the Fifth Joint Cross Border R&TTE Market Surveillance Campaign on WLAN 5 GHz (performed in 2013) pdf - 125 KB [125 KB]

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