Ofcom publishes simplified EMF guidance
On 1 March 2021, Ofcom published an update on the new condition it is proposing to apply to spectrum licence holders using equipment that can transmit at power levels higher than 10 watts EIRP (or 6.1 watts ERP).
Ofcom also published detailed guidance on how licensees can ensure they comply with the new condition, as well as an updated version of its EMF calculator, which helps licensees assess their compliance.
The newly published additional simplified guidance for spectrum licensees covers:
- Simplified guidance for all spectrum users
- Additional guidance for maritime radio users
- Additional guidance for amateur radio users
This update includes tailored guidance for specific radio users designed to help them comply with the new licence condition. It also includes instructions on how to use the EMF calculator.
The guidance is currently in draft form; Ofcom has requested feedback on the documents by 16 April 2021.
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