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New radio regulation  Ukriane The decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of
Ukraine of May 24, 2017
N 355

CABINET OF MINISTERS OF UKRAINE

DECREE

of May 24, 2017 N 355
Kiev

About approval of the Technical regulations of radio equipment


In accordance with Article 5 of the Law of Ukraine "On Technical Regulations and
Conformity Assessment", the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine resolves :
1. Adopt the following:
Technical regulations of radio equipment;
plan of measures for implementation of the Technical Regulation of Radio Equipment for Ukraine
2. The Administration of the State Service for Special Communications and Information Protection shall ensure the implementation of the Radio Regulations Technical Regulation. 3. To establish that by April 1, 2019, the provision and placing on the market of and putting into operation of the radio equipment which was put into circulation before the day of the entry into force of this resolution and meets the requirements of the requirements of the Technical Regulation approved by this resolution may not be prohibited or restricted for reasons of non-compliance with the requirements of the Technical Regulation approved by this resolution. Technical regulation of radio equipment and telecommunications final (terminal) equipment, approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on June 24, 2009 g. N 679 (official Bulletin of Ukraine, 2009., N 50, p. 1705), Technical regulations lektromahnitnoyi compatibility of equipment approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of 16 December 2015 g. N 1077 (Official Bulletin of Ukraine, 2016 p., N 2, p. 72), the Technical Regulations low-voltage electrical equipment, approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of 16 December 2015 N 1067 (Official Bulletin of Ukraine, 2015, No. 102, Article 3526). 4. To declare the decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine ineligible in accordance with the attached list.
5. This resolution shall come into force from 1 April 2018, except for the paragraph of the third paragraph of paragraph 1 of this resolution, which shall come into force six months after the date of publication of this resolution.
 

Prime Minister of Ukraine V. GROSMAN


Ind 21
APPROVED
the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine
of May 24, 2017 N 355
TECHNICAL REGULATION radio equipment Ukraine

General part


1. These Technical Regulations establish the requirements for radio equipment, which is provided on the market and put into operation in Ukraine regardless of the form of delivery, including the implementation of radio equipment in a remote manner.
This Technical Regulation was developed on the basis of Directive 2014/53 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 on the harmonization of member states' legislation on the market of radio equipment and repeal of Directive 1999/5 / EC. 2. The following technical regulations do not apply to the following radio equipment:
1) radio equipment used by radio amateurs in accordance with the Amateur Radio Regulations of Ukraine, if such equipment is not available on the market.
It should be considered not to be available on the market:
radio assembly assemblies, which are intended for use by radio amateurs;
radio equipment, modified by radio amateurs for their own use;
radio equipment, made personally by radio amateurs for experimental and scientific purposes related to amateur radio communication;
2) ship equipment covered by the Technical Regulations for Marine Equipment, approved by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of September 5, 2007 N 1103 (Official Gazette of Ukraine, 2007, No. 67, item 2588);
3) articles of aviation equipment, specified in paragraph 51 of the first part of Article 1 of the Air Code of Ukraine ;
4) Custom-made kits that will be used exclusively in research facilities.
3. The operation of this Technical Regulation does not apply to radio equipment used solely for the purpose of providing public safety, defense and security of the state, protection of the state border, criminal procedure, functioning of the unified civil-military system of organization of air traffic of Ukraine.
4. Radio equipment covered by this Technical Regulation shall not be subject to:
The technical regulation of low-voltage electrical equipment, approved by the decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated December 16, 2015 N 1067 (Official Bulletin of Ukraine, 2015, No. 102, item 3526), ​​except for the cases specified in the paragraph of the second clause 6 of this Technical Regulation;
Technical regulation on electromagnetic compatibility of equipment, approved by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated December 16, 2015 N 1077 (Official Bulletin of Ukraine, 2016, N 2, Article 72), except for the cases specified in the paragraph of the third clause 6 of this Technical Regulation .
5. For the purposes of this Technical Regulation, the terms are used in the following meaning:
1) accreditation of conformity assessment bodies (hereinafter - accreditation) - certification by the national accreditation body of the fact that the conformity assessment body meets the requirements of national standards harmonized with the relevant international and European standards and, if necessary, any additional requirements for accreditation in the relevant areas for conducting a specified conformity assessment activity; 2) commissioning - the use of radio equipment at its destination by the consumer (user) in Ukraine for the first time;
3) putting into circulation - provision of radio equipment on the Ukrainian market for the first time;
4) type of radio equipment - a group of radio equipment having the same scope of use as intended;
5) withdrawal from circulation - any measure aimed at preventing the provision of radio equipment in the supply chain of radio equipment in the market of radio equipment;
6) "manufacturer" means any natural or legal person (resident or non-resident of Ukraine) who manufactures radio equipment or entrusts the development or manufacture of such equipment and sells such radio equipment under its own name or trademark;
7) "withdrawal" means any measure aimed at ensuring the return of radio equipment that has already been provided to the consumer (user);
8) electromagnetic interference - any electromagnetic phenomenon, which may impair the functioning of the equipment. Electromagnetic interference may be electromagnetic noise, unwanted signal or change in the medium of distribution;
9) the mark of conformity to the technical regulations - the marking by which the manufacturer indicates that the radio equipment meets the requirements applicable to the radio equipment and specified in the technical regulations that provide for such marking; 10) "importer" means any natural or legal person who is a business entity, a resident of Ukraine and who places radio equipment on the territory of Ukraine originating from another country;
11) "provision on the market" means any paid or royalty-free supply of radio equipment for the distribution, consumption or use on the market of Ukraine in the course of business activities;
12) national accreditation body - national accreditation body of Ukraine as defined in Article 6 of the Law of Ukraine "On accreditation of conformity assessment bodies" ; 13) conformity assessment body - an enterprise, institution, organization or a structural unit that conducts conformity assessment activities, including testing, certification and inspection;
14) conformity assessment is the process of proving that the requirements of this Technical Regulation relating to radio equipment are met;
15) radio determination - to determine the location, speed and / or other characteristics of the object or to obtain information about such parameters by means of the properties of the propagation of radio waves;
16) radio communication - telecommunication, which is carried out using radio waves; 17) radio interface - a set of conditions for the use of radio technology as defined in the Plan for the use of the radio frequency resource of Ukraine, approved by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of June 9, 2006 N 815 (Official Gazette of Ukraine, 2006, No. 24, item 1771);
18) "radio equipment" means an electrical or electronic product which is intended for the emission and / or reception of radio waves for the purpose of radio communication and / or radio determination, or an electrical or electronic product which must be equipped with an additional device intended for radiation and / or radio waves reception for the purpose of radio communication and / or radio determination;
19) radio waves - these are electromagnetic waves with frequencies lower than 3000 GHz that propagate in space without artificial guiding medium;
20) Distributor - Any other than the manufacturer or importer, natural or legal person in the supply chain of radio equipment providing radio equipment in the Ukrainian market; 21) business entities - manufacturer, authorized representative, importer and distributor; 22) "technical specification" means a document specifying the technical requirements which radio equipment must meet;
23) authorized representative - any natural or legal person - a resident of Ukraine who has received from the manufacturer a written mandate to act on his behalf in accordance with the tasks specified in such an assignment;
24) harmful interference is a hindrance that interferes with the operation of the radio navigation service or other emergency radio services or such interference that significantly impairs the quality, complicates or repeatedly interrupts the operation of radiocommunication services that operate in accordance with the law.
In this Technical Regulation, the terms "harmonized European standard", "appointing authority", "presumption of conformity", "appointment", "risk" are used in the meaning specified in the Law of Ukraine "On Technical Regulations and Conformity Assessment" ; the term "improper use of the mark of conformity with the technical regulations" - in the sense specified in the Law of Ukraine "On State Market Surveillance and Control of Non-Food
Products" ; the terms "user", "supply chain", "supply of products", in the sense specified in the Law of Ukraine "On General Safety of Non-Food Products" ; the term "national standard" - in the sense given in the Law of Ukraine "On Standardization" .

Essential requirements


6. The radio equipment shall be designed in such a way as to ensure:
protection of health, safety of people and domestic animals, property protection, including taking into account the safety requirements set forth in the Technical Regulations of Low Voltage Electric Equipment, approved by the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated December 16, 2015 N 1067 , but without the use of voltage constraints ;
the appropriate level of electromagnetic compatibility, established in the Technical Regulation on electromagnetic compatibility of equipment, approved by the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated December 16, 2015 N 1077 .
7. Radio equipment should be designed in such a way as to effectively use and maintain the effective use of the radio frequency resource of Ukraine in the relevant radio technology and to avoid harmful interference.
In order to ensure compliance with this requirement, the radio equipment shall be designed as follows:
If the transmitter is properly installed, serviced and used by its intended purpose, it emits radio waves that do not create harmful interference and simultaneously undesirable radiation produced by the transmitter (eg, adjacent channels, off-band radiation, etc.) with a potential negative effect of ensuring electromagnetic compatibility between radio equipment of different categories of users of the radio frequency resource of Ukraine, are limited to such a level in accordance with the state of the art of design engineering, to avoid and harmful interference to other radio equipment;
the receiver must have such a level of sensitivity, selectivity, other characteristics that enable it to work properly and protect it from the risk of harmful interference, in particular on the same or on adjacent channels, from off-band radiation, etc., and thus supports the efficient use of the allocated channels, bands of radio frequencies for the corresponding radio technologies.
8. Radio equipment of certain types must be designed in such a way that it meets the following basic requirements:
1) interaction with accessories, in particular with general purpose chargers; 2) interconnection of radio equipment via networks with other radio equipment; 3) connection to the interfaces (end points of the telecommunication network of general use) of the corresponding type throughout the territory of Ukraine; 4) the work of the network has begun (connection of the device should not harm the telecommunication network of the general use, interfere with its functioning or lead to abuse of resources of this network, thereby worsening the characteristics of the quality of services);
5) protection of personal data and the confidentiality of users and subscribers; 6) maintaining certain functions that provide protection against fraud; 7) maintenance of certain functions providing access to emergency services; 8) maintaining certain functions that facilitate the use of such devices by users with disabilities;
9) maintaining certain functions that ensure that only such software is loaded into the radio equipment, which, in the appropriate combination with the radio equipment, has confirmed compliance with the requirements of these Technical regulations.
Types of radio equipment in the specific radio technology, which are related to the requirements, are set forth in subparagraphs 1 to 9 of this clause, are defined in the regulatory acts of the central executive authority in the field of communication. Provide information on the relevance of combinations of radio equipment and software 9. The NCCR, in accordance with Article 26 of the Law of Ukraine "On Radio Frequency Resource of Ukraine", determines the possibility of using radio equipment, including in combination with software, which affects the observance of essential requirements.
Registration of radio equipment, which has a low level of compliance with essential requirements
10. Manufacturers prior to putting into circulation of radio equipment shall submit to NCRC information on types of radio equipment that have a low level of compliance with essential requirements for the provision of such radio equipment to the register of radio electronic equipment and emitters. The information shall contain the elements of the technical documentation specified in Annex 4, in addition to subparagraphs 2 and 3 of paragraph 1 of the said Annex.
NKRZI provides each registered type of radio equipment with a registration number that producers must place on radio equipment being put into circulation starting June 12, 2018. 11. Types of radio equipment covered by the requirements specified in clause 10 of these Technical Regulations, and the elements of the technical documentation that must be provided by the NCCRC for such types of radio equipment, are specified in the regulatory acts of the NCCR.
12. The procedure for registration of radio equipment, the registration number for radio equipment and the maintenance of the register of radio-electronic devices and emitters shall be determined by the NKRZI in accordance with the legislation.

Provision of radio equipment on the market


13. Radio equipment is provided on the market if it meets the requirements of this Technical Regulation.

Commissioning and use of radio equipment


14. The radio equipment is put into operation and used if it meets the requirements of this Technical Regulation, and provided it is properly installed, serviced and used at its intended purpose.
Additional requirements for the commissioning and / or use of radio equipment for reasons related to the effective use of the radio frequency resource of Ukraine in order to avoid harmful interference, electromagnetic interference or risks to the health of the population are determined by the Plan for the use of the radio frequency resource of Ukraine, approved by the Cabinet resolution Ministers of Ukraine from June 9, 2006 N 815 .

Notification of radio interfaces and conditions for the use of radio equipment

15. The central body of executive power in the field of communication in accordance with the Plan for the use of the radio frequency resource of Ukraine, approved by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of June 9, 2006, No. 815 , and, upon the submission of the NCCRC, publishes radio interfaces on its official website.
16. NKRZI approves the general conditions for the use of radio equipment for the appropriate radio technology in accordance with its established order.

Free movement of radio equipment


17. It is prohibited, in view of the provisions of these Technical Regulations, to prevent the provision of radio equipment in the Ukrainian market that meets the requirements of this Technical Regulation.
18. At trade fairs and other similar events it is prohibited to create interference with the display of radio equipment that does not comply with the requirements of this Technical Regulation, in the presence of a visible sign, which clearly states that such radio equipment can not be placed on the market and put into operation before it is brought. in compliance with the requirements of this Technical Regulation. The demonstration of radio equipment is possible provided that the appropriate measures proposed by the NCCR have been taken to avoid harmful interference, electromagnetic interference, and the health and safety of people, households and property.

Producer responsibilities


19. Manufacturers of radio equipment shall, when put into circulation, ensure that this radio equipment is designed and manufactured in accordance with essential requirements.
20. Manufacturers shall ensure that radio equipment is designed so that it can be used in Ukraine as intended without breaking the established conditions of use of radio frequency resource of Ukraine.
21. Manufacturers shall draw up technical documentation in accordance with paragraphs 64 - 67 of the Technical Regulations and to assess compliance of radio equipment for one of the procedures provided for in paragraphs 51 - 53 of the Technical Regulations, or have the results of this assessment.
If the results of conformity assessment of radio equipment proved its full compliance with these Technical Regulations, manufacturers must make a declaration of conformity in accordance with Annex 5 and cause marking of conformity with technical regulations. 22. Manufacturers shall keep the technical documentation and declaration of conformity for 10 years after the issuance of the last radio unit.
23. Manufacturers have radio equipment for mass production procedures used in accordance with these Technical Regulations. Should take into account changes in design or characteristics of radio equipment and changes in the standards of the list of national standards referred to in paragraph 49 of the Technical Regulations or other technical specifications by reference to which conformity is declared radio.
If specified radio equipment presents a risk, manufacturers to protect the health and safety of consumers (users) need to test samples of radio equipment provided by the market, investigate it and, if necessary, keep a register of complaints, inadequate requirements for radio equipment, radio chargeback and distributors informed of any such monitoring. 24. Manufacturers shall ensure that radio equipment that they have on the market, is designated type, model, batch or serial number, etc., which will enable it to identify or failing nevypravdanosti or because of the nature of radio equipment is to note provides information on the packaging or accompanying documents.
25. Manufacturers shall indicate on the radio your business name, registered trade name or registered trademark and the mailing address where they can be contacted, or if the size or nature of radio makes it impossible to do so - on the packaging or radio accompanying document. It was only one address where you can contact the manufacturer. Contact details are provided in accordance with the law on the use of languages.
26. Manufacturers should provide support to radio instructions and safety information in accordance with the law on the use of languages.
Instructions should include the information necessary for the use of radio equipment in accordance with its purpose. Such information includes the description of the presence of components and accessories, including the software that allow radio equipment to work as intended. Such instructions and safety guidelines, as well as any labeling shall be clear, understandable and legible.
Description for radio equipment that is designed to emit radio waves, in addition shall include:
band (band) frequencies, which (in which) operates radio equipment;
maximum radiated power in the band (the band) frequencies, which (in which) operates radio. 27. Manufacturers should provide support to each unit of radio copy of the declaration of conformity or a simplified declaration of conformity. Simplified declaration of conformity, the shape of which is shown in Annex 6, must include the exact Internet address where you can receive the full text of the declaration of conformity.
28. In the case of the requirements for obtaining a permit to operate radio equipment manufacturer shall provide documentation in shipping or packaging the relevant information specified NCCIR or of such information in the declaration of conformity.
NCCIR specify the regulations other way information about the conditions for obtaining a permit to operate radio electronic devices and other parameters of radio frequency resource of Ukraine.
29. Manufacturers who consider or have reason to believe that radio equipment which they have provided the market does not meet this Technical Regulation shall immediately take the corrective measures necessary to bring such radio equipment in compliance with these Technical regulations and, if necessary, withdraw it or remove. Also, if radio is a risk, manufacturers shall immediately inform the market surveillance authorities state with detailed information including the inconsistency of the Radio Technical Regulations of the corrective measures taken and their results
. 30. At the reasonable request of the public market surveillance manufacturers must provide it with all the information and documentation (in paper or electronic form) is required to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of the Radio Technical Regulations. At the request of the market surveillance authority of state manufacturers must collaborate with him on any action taken to eliminate the risks of them entered into circulation of radio equipment.

Authorized representatives


31. The manufacturer if necessary on the basis of a written order (agreement, power of attorney, etc.) defines an authorized representative.
The responsibilities of the manufacturer set out in paragraph 19 of the Technical Regulations and obligations of the manufacturer's technical documentation drafting set out in paragraph 21 of the Technical Regulations, can not be subject to orders authorized representative. 32. The authorized representative performs the tasks under the given order, which should give him the opportunity to perform at least the following:
keep the declaration of conformity and technical documentation and provide them on request of market surveillance for 10 years after the last unit in circulation of radio equipment; at the reasonable request of the public market surveillance to provide him with information and documentation necessary to demonstrate the compliance of radio equipment; on a reasoned request from the State Market Surveillance Authority to cooperate with it and to take any measures to eliminate the risks that may be generated by radio equipment, which is subject to the powers of the authorized representative.

Obligations of importers


33. Importers should only put into circulation radio equipment that meets the requirements of these Technical Regulations.
34. Before the introduction of radio equipment into circulation, importers must verify the following:, the manufacturer has conducted an appropriate conformity assessment procedure, specified in paragraphs 51-53 of this Technical
Regulation;,radio equipment is designed in such a way that it can be used without violating the established
requirements for the use of radio frequency resource of Ukraine;,the manufacturer has made technical documentation;,radio equipment is marked with a mark of conformity with the technical regulations and is accompanied by the information and documentation specified in clauses 26 - 28 of this Technical Regulation;,the manufacturer has met all the requirements specified in clauses 24 and 26 of these Technical Regulations. If the importer considers or has reason to believe that the radio equipment does not meet the essential requirements, he does not enter the radio equipment in circulation until it is brought into compliance with such requirements. In addition, if the radio equipment is a risk, the importer must inform the manufacturer and the authorities of the state market surveillance
35. Importers shall indicate on his radio name, registered trade name or registered trademark (trademark) and contact address, and in cases where the application of the relevant information is not possible, then - on the packaging or in a document accompanying this radio equipment.
Contact details are provided in accordance with the law on the use of languages. 36. Importers shall ensure that radio equipment accompanied by instructions and safety information set forth in accordance with the requirements of the law on the use of languages. 37. Importers shall ensure that the storage or transportation of radio equipment until it is under their responsibility, do not compromise the compliance of the essential requirements for radio equipment.
38. If the specified radio equipment presents a risk, importers in order to protect the health and safety of consumers (users) need to test samples of radio equipment provided by the market, investigate it and, if necessary, keep a register of complaints, inadequate requirements for radio equipment, radio chargeback, and to inform distributors of any such monitoring.
39. Importers who consider or have reason to believe that radio that they have entered into circulation does not comply with these Technical Regulations must take immediate corrective action to bring radio equipment into compliance with those requirements, and if necessary, withdraw it or remove. Also, if radio equipment presents a risk, importers shall immediately inform the market surveillance authorities of the state providing an explanation of non-compliance and any corrective action taken.
40. Importers shall, within 10 years after issuance of the last radio unit to store a copy of the declaration of conformity to provide it upon request of public market surveillance and allow the provision of such authorities at their request access to technical documentation. 41. At the reasonable request of the public market surveillance importers must provide it with all the information and documentation (in paper or electronic form) necessary to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of the Radio Technical Regulations. At the request of the market surveillance authority of state importers should cooperate with him on any action taken to eliminate the risks of them entered into circulation of radio equipment. Obligations of distributors
42. Distributors at time of radio equipment on the market must act in accordance with the requirements of the Technical Regulations.
43. Prior to radio equipment on the market distributors shall verify that the radio equipment is CE conformity with technical regulations, accompanied by the documents provided by this Technical regulations, instructions and safety information are prepared in accordance with the legislation on the use of languages, and that the manufacturer and importer comply with the requirements specified in paragraphs 20, 24 - 28 and 35 of the Technical regulations. If a distributor considers or has reason to believe that radio does not meet the essential requirements, it shall provide the radio equipment on the market before it comply with such requirements.
If specified radio equipment is any risk, the distributor shall inform the manufacturer or importer and state market supervision.
44. Distributors shall ensure that the storage or transportation of radio equipment until it is under their responsibility, do not compromise the compliance of the essential requirements for radio equipment.
45. Distributors who consider or have reason to believe that radio equipment which they have provided the market does not meet these Technical Regulations must ensure that the measures taken corrective measures necessary to bring radio equipment into compliance with those requirements, and if necessary, withdraw it or remove. Also, if radio equipment presents a risk, distributors shall immediately inform the market surveillance authorities and provide explanations, including information about the non-compliance and corrective measures implemented.
46. ​​At the reasonable request of the public market surveillance distributors must provide him with information and documentation (in paper or electronic form) necessary to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of the Radio Technical Regulations. At the request of the market surveillance authority of state distributors must cooperate with him on any action taken to eliminate the risks of radio equipment that they have had on the market. Cases where obligations of manufacturers rely on importers and distributors 47. importer or distributor shall be considered a manufacturer for the purposes of this Technical Regulation and they should serve as producer accordance with paragraphs 19 - 30 of this Technical Regulation in cases where compliance may be affected radio this Technical Regulation, namely when they:
introduced into circulation of radio equipment under his name or trademark (trademark); amending radio equipment, which has already put into circulation.
Identification entities
48. An entity shall provide public market surveillance authorities at their request for information, which makes it possible to identify:
any entity that made them radio equipment;
any entity which they put radio.
Entities must provide specified in the first paragraph - the second paragraph of this information for 10 years after they were delivered radio, and 10 years after they set radio. The presumption of conformity of radio equipment
49. The list of national standards that are identical with the harmonized European standards and conformity which provides presumption of conformity with the essential requirements of radio equipment (hereinafter - the list of national standards), approved and published in accordance with Article 11 of the Law of Ukraine "On Technical Regulations and Conformity Assessment" .
Compliance radio standards that are included in the list of national standards, or parts thereof provides presumption of conformity of the radio equipment with the essential requirements covered by such standards or their parts.
Conformity assessment procedures
50. The manufacturer must carry out conformity assessment of radio equipment in order to verify compliance with the essential requirements. Conformity assessment should take into account all the foreseen operating conditions, and to the requirements specified in the second paragraph of paragraph 6 of this Technical regulations, conformity assessment should also take into account reasonably predictable operating conditions. If the radio is capable of taking different configurations, conformity assessment should confirm that the essential requirements for radio equipment in all possible configurations.
51. The manufacturer shall demonstrate compliance of radio equipment with the essential requirements set out in paragraph 6 of this Technical Regulation using any of the following conformity assessment procedures:
internal production control in accordance with Annex 1;
type examination combined with typical compliance through internal production control in accordance with Annex 2;
compliance based on the entire quality assurance in accordance with Annex 3. 52. If the manufacturer applies standards from the list of national standards, covering the requirements specified in paragraphs 7 and 8 of this Technical Regulation, it may apply any of the following conformity assessment procedures:
internal production control in accordance with Annex 1;
type examination combined with typical compliance through internal production control in accordance with Annex 2;
compliance based on the entire quality assurance in accordance with Annex 3. 53. If the requirements set out in paragraphs 7 and 8 of the Technical Regulations, the manufacturer does not apply or partially apply the standards of the list of national standards or where no such standards for this type of radio equipment, for conformity assessment of radio equipment it can use any of the such conformity assessment procedures: type examination combined with typical compliance through internal production control in accordance with Annex 2;
compliance based on the entire quality assurance in accordance with Annex 3.

Declaration of Conformity


54. In conformity declaration states that the implementation of essential requirements was proven.
55. Declaration of Conformity includes the structure in accordance with Annex 5. Declaration of Conformity must contain data elements listed in Annex 5 and is constantly updated.
Declaration of Conformity includes the state language, and in the case when it was drafted in another language - translated into the official language.
Simplified declaration of conformity referred to in paragraph 27 of this Technical Regulation shall contain the information listed in Annex 6 and are constantly updated. The full text of the declaration of conformity official language must be available on the website at the address indicated in a simplified declaration of conformity.
56. In the event where radio equipment covered several technical regulations that require taking the declaration of conformity consists only declaration of conformity for all of these technical regulations. In a declaration of compliance shall include the relevant technical regulations, including information on their official publication.
The only declaration of conformity can take the form of a dossier consisting of the respective individual declarations of conformity.
57. The manufacturer by making a declaration assumes responsibility for compliance with the requirements of the Radio Technical Regulations.
General principles of CE conformity with technical regulations 58. General principles of CE conformity with technical regulations listed in Article 30 of the Law of Ukraine "On Technical Regulations and Conformity Assessment" .
59. Given the design of radio height mark of conformity with technical regulations may be less than 5 mm, provided that it remains visible and legible.
Terms and conditions applying mark of conformity with technical regulations and identification number of the notified body
60. The mark of conformity with technical regulations should be applied to radio equipment so that it was visible, legible and indelible, or if this is not possible, information on its plate with technical data. Mark of conformity with technical regulations as applied to packaging and must be visible and legible.
61. The mark of conformity with technical regulations should be applied before the introduction of radio equipment on the market.
62. marking of conformity with technical regulations should be accompanied by the identification number of the designated conformity assessment body (hereinafter - the designated authority) if applied conformity assessment procedure given in Appendix 3. The identification number of the designated authority should have the same height as the mark of conformity with technical regulations. ID notified body shall bear the same designated authority or, on his instructions, the manufacturer or his authorized representative. 63. Restrictive (corrective) measures in case of improper use of the mark of conformity with technical regulations used in accordance with the law.

Technical documents


64. The technical documentation shall contain all relevant data or details of the means used by the manufacturer to comply with the essential requirements of radio equipment. The content of the technical documentation provided in Annex 4.
65. The technical documentation shall consist of the introduction into circulation of radio equipment and constantly updated.
66. If the technical documentation and correspondence relating to any type of examination procedures drawn up in a language other than the official language, on the reasonable request of the designated entities are required at his own expense and agreed with by the deadline to ensure their translation the official language in sufficient quantity. The parties may provide technical documentation drafting language design.
67. In case the technical documentation does not comply with paragraphs 64 - 66 of this Technical Regulation and contains enough relevant data or means used to ensure compliance with the essential requirements of radio equipment, public market surveillance when necessary turns the manufacturer or importer of the requirement to test conformity assessment body, suitable for public market surveillance by the manufacturer or importer for a certain period in order to verify compliance happy equipment essential requirements.

Purpose of conformity assessment bodies


68. Appointment of conformity assessment bodies to carry out a third-party conformity assessment tasks under this Technical Regulation is subject to the Law of Ukraine "On Technical Regulations and Conformity Assessment" .
Requirements for designated authorities
69. With a view to the appointment of conformity assessment body must meet the general requirements for bodies designated in accordance with Article 32 of the Law of Ukraine "On technical regulations and conformity assessment" and special requirements to the designated authorities set out in paragraphs 70 - 77 of the Technical Regulations.
70. The conformity assessment body shall be a third party independent of the organization or the radio, he estimates.
Conformity assessment body owned corporate rights which is an association of entrepreneurs representing entities and / or individuals - entrepreneurs participating in the design, manufacture, supply, assembly, use or maintenance of radio equipment, which evaluates such authority may considered a third party, provided proof of the independence of the body and the absence of any conflict of interest.
71. The conformity assessment body, its top management and the personnel responsible for tasks in conformity assessment:
should not be designers, manufacturers, suppliers, installers, buyers, owners or users of radio naladnykamy which they assess, and must not be members of any of these parties. This does not preclude the use of radio equipment that has passed conformity assessment and which are necessary for activity conformity assessment body or the use of the radio equipment for private purposes;
should not be directly involved in the design, manufacture or creation, marketing, adjustment, operation, or maintenance of radio equipment or represent the parties involved for such activities. They should not engage in any activity that could affect their independence of judgment or professional honesty regarding conformity assessment activities for which they are intended performance. This is especially true consulting services. Conformity assessment bodies should be involved to enforce their subsidiaries or subcontractors that they are involved in the performance of conformity assessment requirements for confidentiality, objectivity or impartiality in the conformity assessment activities of such bodies.
72. The conformity assessment body and its personnel must carry out conformity assessment activities with a high degree of professionalism and technical competence needed in a particular field, and must be free of any pressure and inducements, particularly financial, which may affect their judgment or the results of their conformity assessment activities, especially as regards persons or groups of persons interested in the results of such activities.
73. The conformity assessment body must be able to perform all the tasks of conformity assessment specified in Annexes 2 and 3 for which it was intended, regardless of whether such tasks performed by the conformity assessment body or on its behalf and under his responsibility .
Conformity assessment body at any time and for each conformity assessment procedure and each kind of radio equipment for which it was intended, should have at their disposal: qualified and experienced staff to perform the tasks of conformity assessment; describe procedures for each type of radio equipment, according to which assesses compliance with the transparency and ability of reproduction of these procedures. Conformity assessment bodies should have the appropriate course of action and procedures performed by him or a designated authority, or during other activities;
procedures for the exercise of activities which take due account of company size, sector of activity, structure, degree of technological complexity of the radio equipment or seriality mass production process.
Conformity assessment body shall have the means necessary for the timely and proper execution of technical and administrative tasks related to conformity assessment activities. 74. The personnel responsible for tasks conformity assessment must have: technical and vocational training for the exercise of conformity assessment on which the conformity assessment body appointed or been assigned;
knowledge of requirements concerning conformity assessments they carry out and adequate powers to carry them out;
knowledge and understanding of the essential requirements set out in paragraphs 6 - 8 of these Technical regulations, procedures and scope of the standards of the list of national standards and the relevant provisions of the legislation of Ukraine and the EU on the conditions of use, providing the market and putting into service of radio equipment, which he estimates ;
the ability to issue certificates of examination type and / or quality system certificates, records and reports proving of conformity assessment. 75. It shall be impartial conformity assessment body, its director and deputy director and staff responsible for performing the tasks of conformity assessment. Payment of the head and deputy head of the conformity assessment body and its personnel responsible for tasks conformity assessment should not depend on the number of conformity assessments or their results.
76. Staff conformity assessment body must keep trade secrets in respect of all information obtained during the execution of tasks in accordance with Annexes 2 and 3, with the exception of the provision in cases specified by law respective authorities and protect the rights of ownership of economic entities in their own information. 77. The conformity assessment body must participate in relevant activities of standardization, or ensure awareness of their personnel responsible for tasks conformity assessment of such activities.
Designated authorities should participate in relevant activities of sectoral groups designated conformity assessment bodies in accordance with paragraph 90 of the Technical Regulations provide awareness of personnel responsible for tasks conformity assessment of such activities, and shall carry out activities on the basis of documents prepared by results of this group, as a general guideline.
The involvement of designated bodies subcontractors and subsidiaries 78. In the event a designated authority engages in the specific activities related to conformity assessment, subcontractor or a subsidiary, it shall ensure, in accordance indicated subcontractor or the subsidiary requirements set out in paragraphs 69 - 77 of this Technical Regulation and report this is the body that appoints. 79. Designated authorities are responsible for the work performed by subcontractors or subsidiaries, wherever they are.
80. subcontractor or the subsidiary may be involved in the performance of conformity assessment only with the consent of the customer.
81. Designated authorities must keep available for the requesting authority the relevant documents concerning the assessment of the qualifications of the subcontractors or subsidiaries involved and the work they have performed in accordance with Annexes 2 and 3. Functional duties of designated bodies
82. The designated authorities must carry out a conformity assessment in accordance with the conformity assessment procedures set out in Annexes 2 and 3.
83. The conformity assessment shall be carried out without imposing an unnecessary burden on the entity, taking into account the industry in which the entity that commissioned the conformity assessment work, its characteristics, namely the structure, the degree of complexity of the production technology of the relevant radio equipment and mass or the serial nature of the production process.
In doing so, the designated authorities adhere to the degree of demanding and level of protection that is necessary for the assessment of radio equipment to the requirements of this Technical Regulation.
84. If the designated authority considers that the essential requirements or requirements set forth in the relevant standards from the list of national standards or technical specifications have not been met by the manufacturer
85 In the case when during the monitoring of certificates issued by the type examination or the assessed quality system, the designated authority determines that the radio equipment no longer meets the essential requirements, the authority must require the manufacturer to take appropriate corrective measures and, if necessary, suspend or revoke the type examination certificate or document in relation to the assessed quality system.
86. If corrective measures were not taken or they did not produce the required results, the designated authority should, as appropriate, limit the scope, suspend or revoke the type examination certificate or documents relating to the assessed quality system. Appeals to the decision
designated bodies 87. The submission and consideration of appeals against the decisions of the designated bodies shall be in accordance with the requirements of Article 43 of the Law of Ukraine "On Technical Regulations and Conformity Assessment".
Obligations of designated bodies in relation to the provision of information
88. The designated authorities must provide the appointing authority with the information specified in part one of Article 42 of the Law of Ukraine "On Technical Regulations and Conformity Assessment".
89. The designated authorities, in accordance with the requirements of Annexes 2 and 3, shall provide other conformity assessment bodies designated in accordance with these Technical Regulations and conducting similar conformity assessment activities covering the same types of radio equipment, relevant information on issues related to negative results conformity assessment, and on request - and positive results of conformity assessment. Coordination of the activities of designated bodies
90. Appropriate coordination and cooperation between the conformity assessment bodies designated in accordance with these Technical Regulations are implemented and function properly in the form of a sectoral group of designated bodies.
The designated authorities participate in the work of the sectoral group directly or through designated representatives.
State market supervision and state control of radio equipment The Law of Ukraine "On State Market Inspection and Control of Non-Food Products", taking into account the special requirements specified in paragraphs 92-96 of this Technical Regulation. 92. If there are sufficient grounds for believing that radio equipment covered by these Technical Regulations constitutes a risk to the health or safety of people or other aspects of the protection of the public interest covered by these Technical Regulations, the authorities of the state market supervision should conduct an inspection the characteristics of the radio equipment in accordance with all the relevant requirements of this Technical Regulation. Relevant business entities should cooperate with state market surveillance authorities for this purpose.
If during the said inspection it was established that the radio equipment represents a serious risk, the bodies of state market supervision in accordance with the Methodology of applying restrictive (corrective) measures, approved by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of December 26, 2011 N 1407 (Official Bulletin of Ukraine, 2012, N 11, item 402), urgently require the relevant entity to remove such radio equipment from circulation and / or to revoke it or prohibit the provision of such radio equipment on the market. An entity has the right to provide its public market oversight body with explanations in accordance with Article 33 of the Law of Ukraine "On State Market Surveillance and Control of Non-Food Products".
In the case when the market surveillance authorities are all
If the market surveillance authority has established that the radio equipment does not meet the established requirements and at the same time poses a serious risk, the market surveillance authority shall adopt the restrictive (corrective) measures provided for in paragraph two of this paragraph.
93. An entity shall ensure that corrective measures are taken in respect of all radio equipment specified in paragraph 92 of these Technical Regulations that it has provided on the market.
94. In the case of non-conformity of the radio equipment with the established requirements, the bodies of state market supervision should indicate what the discrepancy is due to: inconsistency of radio equipment with essential requirements; shortcomings of standards from the list of national standards referred to in paragraph49 0f radio regulation for Ukraine
Formal discrepancy of radio equipment 95. In addition to the clauses specified in paragraphs 92-94 of these Technical regulations, the bodies of state market supervision should require the entity to eliminate the following formal inconsistencies:
1) the mark of compliance with the technical regulations was filed in violation of the requirements specified in paragraphs 58-63 of these Technical regulations; 2) the mark of conformity with the technical regulations has not been affixed; 3) if the conformity assessment procedure based on full quality assurance is applied in accordance with Annex 3, the identification number of the appointed body is applied in violation of the requirements specified in paragraph 62 of these Technical regulations or it is not applied at all;
4) the declaration is not clear
5) the declaration of conformity is incorrect;
6) the technical documentation is not available or not complete;
7) the information specified in clauses 24, 25 and 35 of these Technical Regulations is absent, inaccurate or incomplete
8) information on the possible use of radio equipment, declaration of conformity or usage restrictions specified in paragraphs 26 - 28 of this Technical Regulation, not shown in the accompanying documents to the radio;
9) the requirements for identifying entities listed in paragraph 48 of the Technical Regulations are not met;
10) paragraph 10 of the Technical Regulations are not met.
96. If the discrepancy persists formal radio equipment referred to in paragraph 95 of the Technical Regulations state market supervision should take all necessary measures to limit or ban the provision of relevant radio equipment on the market or ensure that it is removed or withdrawn from the market.
Table compliance
97. Table accordance with Directive 2014/53 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 on the harmonization of the laws of the Member States to supply radio equipment on the market and repealing Directive 1999/5 / EC and this Technical Regulation in Annex 7.
  Annex 1
to the Technical Regulations

Module A


(internal production control)
1. Internal production control is the conformity assessment procedure whereby the manufacturer fulfills the obligations specified in paragraphs 2 - 5 of this Annex, and ensures and declares under sole responsibility that the radio equipment meets radio Technical Regulations (hereinafter - the Technical Regulation) applied to specified radio equipment.

Technical documents


2. The manufacturer is the technical documentation in accordance with paragraphs 66 - 69 Technical Regulations.

Production


3. The manufacturer shall take all measures necessary to ensure that the manufacturing process and its monitoring ensure compliance of radio equipment manufactured technical documentation referred to in paragraph 2 of this application and the essential requirements set out in paragraphs 6 - 8 Technical Regulations.
Marking of conformity with technical regulations and declaration of conformity 4. Producer shall mark of conformity with technical regulations in accordance with paragraphs 60 - 63 and 65 of the Technical Regulation on every single radio unit that meets the requirements of the Technical Regulations applicable to specified radio equipment. 5. The manufacturer makes written declaration of conformity for each type of radio equipment and stores it together with the technical documentation for the provision of public inquiries market surveillance for 10 years after giving the market the last unit of radio equipment. The declaration of conformity indicates information that enables identification of radio equipment for which it is made.
A copy of the declaration of conformity submitted the relevant state market surveillance on their requests.
Authorized representative
6. The responsibilities of the manufacturer set out in paragraphs 4 and 5 of the application on his behalf and under his responsibility can be fulfilled by his authorized representative provided the definition of the responsibilities of a document certifying that authority.  
Annex 2
to the Technical Regulations

Modules B and C


(type examination combined with typical compliance through internal production control) Where reference is made to this application, the conformity assessment procedure must be performed by modules B (type examination) and C (typical line based on internal production control) of this application.

Module B


(type examination)


1. Examination of type is part of a conformity assessment procedure in which notified body examines the technical design of radio equipment, verifies and attests that the technical design of radio equipment complies with the essential requirements set out in paragraphs 6 - 8 radio Technical Regulations (hereinafter - the Technical Regulation). 2. Examination performed such way to assess adequacy of the technical design expertise through radio technical documentation and supporting documents referred to in paragraph 3 of this application, without the study sample (model design). 3. The manufacturer applies for type examination only one designated body of their choice. The application must include:
the name and address of the manufacturer and, if filing authorized representative - as his name and address;
a written declaration that the same application has not been submitted to any other designated body;
technical documentation must enable assessment of radio equipment conformity with the applicable requirements of the Technical Regulations and include a description of the results of proper analysis and risk assessment (risks). Technical documentation must contain the applicable requirements are covered and how it relates to this assessment, the design, manufacture and operation of radio equipment. The technical documentation shall include as appropriate the elements listed in Annex 4 to the Technical Regulations; supporting documents regarding the adequacy of the technical design solution. Such supporting documents must include a reference to any documents used, especially in cases where the relevant national standards have not been applied or have been applied completely. Supporting documents shall include, where appropriate, the results of tests carried out in accordance with other technical specifications appropriate laboratory of the manufacturer or another testing laboratory on behalf of the manufacturer and under his responsibility. 4. The notified body examines the technical documentation and supporting documents to assess the adequacy of the technical design of radio equipment.
5. The notified body a report on the evaluation in which the results of the examination performed in accordance with paragraph 4 of this application. In his obligations specified in paragraph 8 of this Annex, the notified body may disclose the contents of said report in full or in part only with the consent of the manufacturer.
6. If the type of radio equipment meets the requirements of the Technical Regulations, the notified body the manufacturer provides a certificate of examination type. In such certificate shall include the name and address of the manufacturer, conclusions of the study, especially the applicable requirements covered by the examination, the conditions of certificate validity (if any) and the data necessary to identify the type of the estimated radio. Certificate examination type can be added to one or more applications. The certificate examination type and its annexes shall contain all relevant information that enables you to evaluate the compliance of radio equipment manufactured investigated type of radio equipment and monitor during operation.
If the type of radio equipment does not meet the applicable requirements of the Technical Regulations, the notified body refuses to issue a certificate of examination type and inform the applicant of providing detailed justification for its refusal.
7. The notified body must constantly monitor any changes in the present state of the conventional radio engineering, which indicate that the approved type may no longer comply with the applicable requirements of the Technical Regulations and shall determine whether such changes require further investigation. If these changes require further investigation, the designated authority shall notify the manufacturer.
The manufacturer must inform the notified body which retains the technical documentation related to the certification examination type, all modifications approved type that may affect the compliance of radio equipment with the essential requirements of the Technical Regulation or force conditions specified certificate. Such modifications require additional research and radio type approval in the form of a supplement to the initial examination certificate type.
8. Each designated authority shall inform the authority that appoints of issued or canceled his certificate of examination type and / or any amendments thereto, as well as periodically or upon request, the body that appoints, gives him a list of certificates and / or any -yakyh additions to them, he refused extradition or action which stopped or set them on other restrictions.
Each designated authority shall inform the other notified bodies of certificates of examination type and / or any amendments thereto, to issue he refused, or action are canceled, suspended or set other restrictions, and on request - also on issued them certificates of examination type and / or additions thereto.
Each notified body shall inform the central body of executive power in communications issued certificates on the examination type and / or additions to them in cases where standards on the list of national standards were not applied or applied partially. The body appointing the relevant public market surveillance and other designated authorities may at the request of the designated authority to receive a copy of the certificate of examination type and / or additions thereto.
The body appointing the relevant public market surveillance and central government authorities in connection with requests for the right to receive a copy of the technical documentation and the results of studies conducted by the designated authority. The designated authority keeps a copy of the certificate of examination type, applications and additions to it, test reports, technical information pursuant to paragraph 1 of Annex 4 to the Technical Regulations for 10 years after the examination type radio or before the expiry of the certificate.
9. The manufacturer keeps a copy of the certificate of examination type applications and amendments thereto, together with the technical documentation for granting the requests of public market surveillance for 10 years after the issuance of the last radio unit. 10. The manufacturer's authorized representative may file an application referred to in paragraph 3 of this Annex, and fulfill the obligations specified in paragraphs 7 and 9 of this application, if the definition of responsibilities in the document confirming his authority.

Module C


(conformity to type )


Module C


(conformity to type based on internal production control) 11. Conformity to type based on internal production control is that part of a conformity assessment procedure whereby the manufacturer fulfills the obligations specified in paragraphs 12 - 14 of this Annex, and ensures and declares that radio equipment appropriate to the type specified in the certificate of examination type, and the requirements of the Technical regulations, which apply to the radio equipment.
Production
12. The manufacturer shall take all measures necessary to ensure that the manufacturing process and its monitoring ensure compliance of radio equipment manufactured confirmed type specified in the certificate of examination type and requirements of the Technical Regulations, which apply to the radio equipment.
Marking of conformity with technical regulations and declaration of conformity 13. Producer shall mark of conformity with technical regulations in accordance with paragraphs 58 - 61 Technical regulations for each unit of radio equipment that meets confirmed type specified in the certificate of type examination and the applicable requirements of the Technical Regulations.
14. The manufacturer makes written declaration of conformity for each type of radio equipment and keep it together with the technical documentation for the provision of public inquiries market surveillance for 10 years after the issuance of the last radio unit. Declaration of Conformity must contain information regarding the identification of radio equipment for which it was composed.
A copy of the declaration of conformity provided by the relevant public market surveillance on their requests.
Authorized representative 15. The responsibilities of the manufacturer set out in paragraphs 13 and 14 of the application on his behalf and under his responsibility can be fulfilled by his authorized representative provided the definition of the responsibilities of a document certifying that authority.
  Annex 3
to the Technical Regulations

Module H


(conformity based on the entire quality assurance) 1. Compliance based on the entire quality assurance is the conformity assessment procedure whereby the manufacturer fulfills the obligations specified in paragraphs 2, 12 and 13 of this Annex, and ensures and declares under sole responsibility that radio equipment complies with the essential requirements set out in Item 6 - 8 radio Technical regulations (hereinafter - the Technical regulation) applied to it.
Production
2. The manufacturer provides operation approved by the designated authority under paragraph 3 of this application quality management system for design, production, control and testing manufactured radio equipment and subject to supervision under paragraphs 8 - 11 of this application.
Quality Management System
3. The manufacturer delivers his chosen designated authority an application for assessment of their quality management system on the appropriate radio.
The application must include:
the name and address of the manufacturer and, if filing authorized representative - as his name and address;
technical data for each type of radio equipment. The technical documentation shall include as appropriate the elements listed in Annex 4 to the Technical Regulations; the documentation concerning the quality management system; a written declaration that the same application has not been submitted to any other designated body.
4. The implemented quality management system must ensure compliance of radio equipment requirements applicable to it Technical Regulations.
All items made by the manufacturer, the requirements and provisions of the quality management system must be documented in a systematic and orderly manner in the form of policies, procedures and guidelines set out in writing. Documentation of the quality management system must enable unambiguous interpretation programs, plans, guidelines and protocols (records) on the quality.
The said document shall in particular contain adequate description of:
the quality objectives and the organizational structure, responsibilities and powers of the management products to ensure quality design and radio equipment;
technical specifications for the design, including standards that will be applied, and in cases where the relevant standards of the list of national standards applied in part, the description of the measures used to ensure compliance of radio equipment requirements applicable to it herein;
methods of monitoring and checking project processes and systematic measures that will be used when designing radio equipment belonging to the relevant type of radio equipment; appropriate methods of production, quality control and quality assurance processes and systematic measures that will be applied;
research and testing to be carried out before, during and after manufacture radio equipment, indicating the frequency of their execution;
records (records) on the quality (inspection reports, test and calibration data, reports on the qualifications of the personnel concerned, etc.);
monitoring tools that allow you to monitor the achievement of the required quality of design and operation of radio equipment and effective quality control system.
5. The notified body assesses the quality management system to determine its compliance with the requirements specified in paragraph 4 of this application.
The designated authority must use the presumption of conformity to speculate on compliance referred to in paragraph 4 of this Annex, the elements of quality management system that meet the relevant requirements of the national standard that is identical to the relevant harmonized European standards.
Group audit as determined by the designated authority should have experience in evaluating quality management systems and be composed of at least one member with experience expert assessment of the relevant radio equipment and its production technology, and knowledge of the applicable requirements of the Technical Regulations.
Evaluation of the quality management system should include a visit to the enterprise manufacturer.
The audit team examines the technical documentation referred to in the fourth paragraph of paragraph 3 of this application, to verify the manufacturer's ability to identify the applicable requirements of this Technical Regulation and conduct the necessary research to ensure that the radio these requirements.
The designated authority shall notify the manufacturer or his authorized representative about the decision.
The said notification shall contain the conclusions of the audit and informed decisions about assessment.
6. The manufacturer shall perform the duties associated with ensuring the functioning of the approved quality management system and maintain it in an adequate and effective state. 7. The manufacturer shall inform the notified body that has approved the quality management system of any planned change in such a system.
The notified body assesses any proposed changes and decide upon the ability of the amended quality management system will continue to meet the requirements specified in paragraph 4 of this application or need for re-evaluation.
The designated authority shall notify the manufacturer of its decision. The said notification shall contain the conclusions of the study and informed decisions about assessment. Surveillance under the responsibility of the notified body
8. The purpose of supervision is to ensure the proper performance of producer responsibilities related to ensuring the functioning of the approved quality control system. 9. For the purposes of surveillance manufacturer shall provide the notified body access to the places of design, manufacture, inspection, testing and storage of radio equipment and all necessary information, including:
documentation of quality management system;
Protocols (records) in quality, provided that part of the quality management system relating to design (analysis, calculations, tests, etc.);
Protocols (records) in quality, provided that part of the quality system relating to manufacture (inspection reports, test and calibration data, reports on the qualifications of the personnel concerned, etc.).
10. The notified body shall conduct periodic audits to ensure that the manufacturer uses and supports in good condition approved quality management system and provide the manufacturer of the audit report.
11. In addition to periodic audits, the notified body may carry out visits to the manufacturer without notice. During such visits the notified body may, if necessary to test radio or entrust their implementation to verify the proper operation of the QMS. The notified body must provide the manufacturer a report on the visit, and if testing - and test report. Marking of conformity with technical regulations and declaration of conformity 12. Producer shall mark of conformity with technical regulations in accordance with paragraphs 58 - 62 Technical regulations and identification number of the notified body referred to in paragraph 3 of this Annex, for each unit of radio equipment that meets the applicable requirements of the Technical Regulations.
13. The manufacturer makes written declaration of conformity for each type of radio equipment and stores it together with the technical documentation for the provision of public inquiries market surveillance for 10 years after the issuance of the last radio unit. Declaration of Conformity must contain information regarding the identification of radio equipment for which it was composed.
A copy of the declaration of conformity provided by the relevant public market surveillance on their requests.
14. The manufacturer shall, within 10 years after issuance of the last radio unit to store and provide public authorities at their request:
technical documentation referred to in the fourth paragraph of paragraph 3 of this Annex; the documentation concerning the quality management system referred to in Paragraph five of paragraph 3 of this Annex;
manufacturer approved changes to the quality management system referred to in paragraph 7 of this application (if such changes);
decisions, reports and records of the designated authority referred to in paragraphs 7, 10 and 11 of this application.
15. Each designated authority shall notify the appointing of issued or canceled them documents on quality management systems and periodically or upon request, provide him with a list of refusals to approve the document system and approved documents on quality management systems, performance he stopped or set them on other restrictions.
Each designated authority shall inform the other designated authorities to refuse approval of quality systems, suspension, cancellation or setting other restrictions on them, and on request - also on the approved quality system.
Authorized representative
16. Duties of products referred to in paragraphs 3, 7, 12 - 14 of this application on his behalf and under his responsibility can be fulfilled by his authorized representative provided the definition of the responsibilities of a document certifying that authority.  
Annex 4
to the Technical Regulations
CONTENTS
technical documentation 1. The technical documentation must contain at least the following elements: 1) a general description of radio equipment, including:
photographs or illustrations showing the exterior, labeling and internal layout; versions of software or hardware implemented software that may affect compliance with the essential requirements;
User information and instructions for use;
2) technical project, including engineering drawings and schemes of components, node assembly, electrical circuits and related information;
3) description and explanation necessary for understanding these drawings and diagrams and the operation of radio equipment;
4) a list of standards and the list of national standards that are identical with the harmonized European standards and conformity which provides presumption of conformity of radio equipment with the essential requirements and applied in full or in part, and in the case where such standards have not been applied, a description of decisions taken to ensure compliance essential requirements of the technical regulations radio (hereinafter - the technical regulation), including a list of other applicable technical specifications. In case of partial application of these standards in the technical documentation to be given those parts of standards that have been applied;
5) a copy of the declaration of conformity;
6) where the conformity assessment was conducted using module given in Annex 2 to the Technical Regulations, a copy of the certificate of examination type and its annex, which was issued by the designated authority;
7) results of design calculations carried out inspections and related information; 8) test reports;
9) explain accordance with paragraph 20 of the Technical Regulation and explanation of guidance or not guidance information on the package in accordance with paragraph 28 of the Technical Regulations.

2. Elements of the technical documentation referred to in the fourth paragraph of point 1, paragraphs 4, 5, 6 and 9 of paragraph 1 of this application, drawn up according to the law on the use of languages.
  Annex 5
to the Technical Regulations
Declaration of Conformity (N XXX) *
1. Radio Equipment (product type, batch number or serial number)
_____________________________________________________________________________________
2. Name and address of the manufacturer or his authorized representative
_____________________________________________________________________________________
3. This declaration of conformity issued under the personal responsibility of the
manufacturer.
4. Object of the declaration (identification of radio equipment that allows it to ensure traceability, can include color accurate image if necessary to identify the said radio)
_____________________________________________________________________________________
5. The object of the declaration complies with the requirements of technical regulations:
Technical regulations for radio equipment;
other technical regulations (if necessary).
6. Links to relevant standards of the list of national standards that have been applied, or links to other technical specifications on which conformity is declared (indicating the
identification number, version and date of issue) __________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________ 7. Designed conformity assessment body
_____________________________________________________________________________________ (name and identification number assigned to the register of) performed
______________________________________________________________________________ (his description of the action) and the type examination certificate issued N ______ from ___
__________ 20__. (In case of involvement of designated conformity assessment body) .
                                                                                                                                                8. Where appropriate description of components and accessories, including software, through which radio equipment is functioning as intended and be covered by a declaration of conformity.
9. Additional information ________________________________________________________________
Signed on behalf of the _____________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________ ____ _________ 20__. (Place and date of issue)
                                                                    _________________________________ (full name, position)
            ___________________
(signature)
____________
* Assignment producer declaration of conformity number is optional.  
Annex 6
to the Technical Regulations
SIMPLIFIED Declaration
of Conformity
Simplified declaration of conformity referred to in paragraph 29 of the Technical Regulation of radio equipment shall be as follows:
real (name of manufacturer) declares that the type of radio equipment (radio equipment type designation) meet the technical regulations of radio equipment;
the full text of the declaration of conformity is available on the website at:
___________________________________________________.
  Annex 7
to the Technical Regulations
TABLE OF CONFORMITY
Directive 2014/53 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 on the harmonization of the laws of the Member States to supply radio equipment on the market and repealing Directive 1999/5 / EC Radio and Technical Regulations
The provisions of the Directive The provisions of the

Technical Regulations

The provisions of the Directive The provisions of the Technical Regulations
Part I Article 1 the first paragraph of paragraph 1
second paragraph 1
Part two of Article 1 paragraph 2
Part three of Article 1 § 3
Part Four Article 1 second paragraph 4
Paragraph 8 of the preamble third paragraph of paragraph 4
Paragraph 1 - 17, 19 - 24, 26 of Article 2 paragraphs 1 - 24, paragraph 5
Paragraph 18 of Article 2 the last paragraph of paragraph 5
the last paragraph of paragraph 5
Part two of Article 2
Article 3, Part One Section 6
Part two of Article 3 first paragraph of item 7
Paragraph 10 of the preamble second paragraph - fourth paragraph 7
Part three of Article 3 paragraph 8
Article 4 paragraph 9
Part one of Article 5 paragraph 10
Part two of Article 5 paragraph 11
Third and fourth parts of Article 5 paragraph 12
Part five of Article 5
Article 6 paragraph 13
Article 7 paragraph 14
Article 8 paragraphs 15 and 16
Article 9 paragraphs 17 and 18
Article 10 paragraphs 19 - 30
Article 11 paragraphs 31 and 32
Article 12 paragraphs 33 - 41
Article 13 paragraphs 42 - 46
Article 14 paragraph 47
Article 15 paragraph 48
§ 49 first paragraph
Article 16 second paragraph of Section 49
Article 17 paragraphs 50 - 53
Article 18 paragraphs 54 - 57
Article 19 paragraphs 58 and 59
Article 20 paragraphs 60 - 63
Article 21 paragraphs 64 - 67
Articles 22 - 24
Article 25 paragraph 68
Parts of the first, second and ninth Article 26 paragraph 69
PART THREE - eighth, tenth, eleventh Article 26 paragraphs 70 - 77
Article 27
Article 28 paragraphs 78 - 81
Articles 29 - 32 paragraph 68
Article 33
Article 34 paragraphs 82 - 86
Article 35 paragraph 87
Article 36 paragraphs 88 and 89
Article 37
Article 38 paragraph 90
Article 39 paragraph 91
Parts of the first, third, fifth Article 40 paragraphs 92 - 94
Parts of the second, fourth, sixth - eighth Article 40 Article 41
Article 42
Article 43 paragraphs 95 and 96
Articles 44 - 47
Article 48 paragraph 3 of the resolution, which approved the Technical
Regulations
Articles 49 - 52
paragraph 97
Annex I paragraph 2
Annex II Annex 1 to the Technical Regulations
Annex III Annex 2 to the Technical Regulations
Annex IV Annex 3 of the Technical Regulations
Annex V Annex 4 to the Technical Regulations
Annex VI Annex 5 to the Technical Regulations
Annex VII Annex 6 to the Technical Regulations
Appendix VIII Annex 7 to the Technical Regulations
  APPROVED the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of 24 May 2017 g. N 355

Plan of

measures on implementation of technical regulations radio

Name of the event Responsible for execution Term of
1. Bringing if necessary their regulations into line with the Radio Technical Regulations (hereinafter - the Technical Regulation) Administration of the State Special
NCCIR (by consent)
Economic Development
2017 - 2018 years
2. Development and publication of list of national standards that are identical with the harmonized European standards and conformity which provides presumption of conformity of radio equipment with the essential requirements of the Technical Regulation Administration of the State Special
NCCIR (by consent)
constantly
3. Ensuring the development and revision of national standards necessary for the
conformity assessment of radio equipment
national standardization body
Administration State Special
NCCIR (by consent)
- "-
4. Appointment of radio equipment conformity assessment requirements of the
Technical Regulation and publish a list of such bodies
Economic Development - "-
5. Amendments to the Technical Regulations Administration of the State Special if necessary
6. Development and implementation of regulations in accordance with the
Technical Regulations
Administration of the State Special
NCCIR (by consent)
constantly
7. Creation of sectoral groups designated authorities to assess compliance with
the Technical Regulations and enforcement of such a group task
Economic Development
Administration of the State Special
NCCIR (by consent)
designated conformity assessment bodies
before the enactment of
the Technical Regulations
APPROVED
the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine
of 24 May 2017 g. N 355

LIST

of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine void


1. The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on June 24, 2009 g. N 679 "On Approval of Technical Regulations of radio equipment and telecommunications final (terminal) equipment" (Official Bulletin of Ukraine, 2009., N 50, p. 1705).
2. Item 9 of the changes made to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated July 11, 2012 g. N 613 (Official Bulletin of Ukraine, 2012., N 52, p. 2079).
3. Paragraph 14 changes made to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of April 8, 2013 g. N 235 (Official Bulletin of Ukraine, 2013., N 28, p. 957).
4. The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated 15 May 2013 g. N 446 "On Amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on June 24, 2009 g. N 679" (Official Bulletin of Ukraine, 2013., N 50, p. 1790).
5. Paragraph 13 changes made to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of 28 August 2013 g. N 632 (Official Bulletin of Ukraine, 2013., N 69, p. 2533).
6. The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of April 8, 2015 g. N 181 "On amendments to paragraph 16 of the Technical Regulation of radio equipment and telecommunications final (terminal) equipment" (Official Bulletin of Ukraine, 2015 r., N 30, p. 871).

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