The national broadcasting organization, WPC (Wireless Planning & Coordination), which is a division of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, was established in 1952 and is currently run by Saral Sanchar Online Portal. Therefore, in order to sell, import, or export goods in India that feature radio or wireless functionality, you must have an ETA (EQUIPMENT TYPE APPROVAL) certificate from WPC India. Additionally, you need a WPC Certificate license from the Wireless Planning & Coordination wing of India if you want to operate any wireless device business. This includes devices with Bluetooth, wireless local area network access technology (Wi-Fi), small digital radios (Zigbee), radio frequency identification (RFID), and many more.
A manufacturer must get a WPC Equipment Type Approval (ETA) certificate in order to operate in the de-licensed frequency spectrum; otherwise, a WPC certification license is not necessary. Mobile phones, Bluetooth gadgets, WiFi technologies, RFID, and other items are included.
To demonstrate wireless equipment, you need a non-network type license that can only be used on specific frequencies and emissions. To obtain this license, you must have a valid dealer possession permit.
You must obtain an experimental license and a DPL license in order to conduct an experiment on wireless equipment, which requires a network license.
The company that wishes to offer internet services in India must obtain an Internet Service Provider (ISP) licence.
DPLs are provided to wireless product dealers and distributors and allow for the sale and purchase of wireless devices by individuals without a valid licence.
An NDPL is given to a person or business that neither qualifies as a dealer nor holds a WPC certification licence.
This licence, which is given to manufacturers so they can bring their goods into India, specifies a limit for how many products are allowed to be brought in.
The examination of the EN Standard and the frequency range specified in the product's RF-Test report is the first stage in getting WPC ETA certification. If the range is covered by a required device, a self-declaration certificate is provided; otherwise, a DE Licence is required.
The next step is to submit paperwork, both online and offline, to the WPC Authority for a particular kind of license after checking the frequency range from the RF-Report.
After entering your login details, pay the required fee via the government website to obtain a WPC certification on the Saral Sanchar website.
WPC officials will check the paperwork and the RF test report; if any paperwork is missing, the WPC will request a clarification report.
A WPC certificate will be issued if WPC officials are pleased with all of the product's documentation and test results.
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