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Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
Maximiliano Martinhao - Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
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  • 1. Rules and Procedures Related to Certification in Brazil
  • 2. Topics ANATEL Brazilian Market Legal Background. Process of Certification and Homologation. Designated Certification Organizations and Laboratories Classification of Telecommunication Products. Technical Requirements for Certification. Conclusion.
  • 3. Brazilian Market Serviço Telefônico Fixo Comutado Serviço Móvel Pessoal 300 Milhões 275 250 225 200 175 150 125 100 75 50 25 - 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Acessos Banda Larga Acessos Não Banda Larga TV por Assinatura Banda Larga 20 180 Milhões Milhões 18 160 16 140 14 120 12 100 10 80 8 60 6 40 4 20 2 - - 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Banda Larga Fixa Banda Larga Móvel
  • 4. Brazilian Market Projeção de Investimentos dos principais serviços (2008-2018) 30,00 Bilh õ es 25,00 20,00 SCM TV por Assinatura 15,00 SMP 10,00 STFC 5,00 - 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Projeção de Investimentos dos Principais Serviços - Acumulado 300,00 B ilh õ e s 250,00 200,00 SCM TV por Assinatura 150,00 SMP 100,00 STFC 50,00 - 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
  • 5. SERVIÇO DE COMUNICAÇÃO MULTIMÍDIA Evolução da Quantidade de Autorizadas Serviço de Comunicação Multimídia - 2500 SCM 1962 2000 1802 1500 1208 1000 815 562 414 500 298 195 66 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010* Serviço de Comunicação Multimídia 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010* Autorizadas 66 195 298 414 562 815 1208 1802 1962 Crescimento Percentual 195,45% 52,82% 38,93% 35,75% 45,02% 48,22% 49,17% 8,88% * Fonte: SICI (Março/10)
  • 6. SERVIÇO DE COMUNICAÇÃO MULTIMÍDIA UF Total AC 5 Autorizadas de SCM por UF AL 13 AM 11 AP 7 500 BA 54 CE 52 450 DF 61 ES 52 400 GO 96 350 MA 24 MG 255 300 MS 44 MT 41 250 PA 33 PB 26 200 PE 26 150 PI 10 PR 147 100 RJ 147 RN 31 50 RO 11 RR 1 0 AC AL AM AP BA CE DF ES GO MA MG MS MT PA PB PE PI PR RJ RN RO RR RS SC SE SP TO RS 172 SC 134 SE 8 SP 484 TO 17 Total Geral 1962 * Fonte: SICI (Março/10)
  • 7. SERVIÇO DE COMUNICAÇÃO MULTIMÍDIA QUANTIDADE TOTAL DE ACESSOS EM SERVIÇO Ano Trimestre TOTAL QUANTIDADE TOTAL DE ACESSOS EM SERVIÇO 1ºTri 60.844 2ºTri 93.763 3ºTri 112.426 2000 4ºTri 124.504 16.000 Milhares 1ºTri 134.829 2ºTri 143.539 3ºTri 154.717 2001 4ºTri 362.171 14.000 1ºTri 417.149 2ºTri 501.092 3ºTri 542.296 4ºTri 589.185 12.000 2002 1ºTri 657.487 2ºTri 715.667 3ºTri 779.111 4ºTri 968.255 10.000 2003 1ºTri 1.615.961 2ºTri 1.848.278 3ºTri 2.794.276 8.000 2004 4ºTri 3.159.470 1ºTri 3.438.201 2ºTri 3.741.287 3ºTri 4.098.207 6.000 2005 4ºTri 4.387.142 1ºTri 4.604.230 2ºTri 5.216.802 3º Tri 5.810.113 4.000 2006 4º Tri 5.923.917 1ºTri 7.185.997 2ºTri 7.315.983 3º Tri 8.051.626 2.000 2007 4º Tri 8.711.305 1ºTri 9.352.499 2ºTri 9.702.971 3º Tri 10.897.392 0 2008 4º Tri 11.133.755 4º Tri* 4º Tri* 1ºTri 2ºTri 3ºTri 4ºTri 1ºTri 2ºTri 3ºTri 4ºTri 1ºTri 2ºTri 3ºTri 4ºTri 1ºTri 2ºTri 3ºTri 4ºTri 1ºTri 2ºTri 3ºTri 4ºTri 1ºTri 2ºTri 3ºTri 4ºTri 1ºTri 2ºTri 3º Tri 4º Tri 1ºTri 2ºTri 3º Tri 4º Tri 1ºTri 2ºTri 3º Tri 4º Tri 1ºTri 2ºTri 3º Tri 1ºTri 2ºTri 3º Tri 1ºTri 11.485.427 2ºTri 12.343.249 3º Tri 12.644.648 4º Tri* 12.997.640 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2009 1ºTri 13.348.867 2ºTri 3º Tri Taxa de Crescimento dos Acessos 2010 4º Tri 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 * Fonte: SICI (Março/10) 190,89% 62,68% 64,34% 226,31% 38,86% 35,03% 47,05% 27,81% 16,74% 2,70%
  • 8. SERVIÇO DE COMUNICAÇÃO MULTIMÍDIA Evolução da Receita Operacional Bruta e Líquida - Serviços Multimídia Ano Bruta Líquida R$ 30,00 2000 R$ 3.611.860.168,59 R$ 2.861.007.047,33 Bilhões 2001 R$ 4.292.252.136,74 R$ 3.353.536.461,92 2002 R$ 5.212.111.806,89 R$ 4.126.169.487,86 R$ 25,00 2003 R$ 6.161.015.745,58 R$ 4.922.477.578,81 2004 R$ 7.559.214.166,77 R$ 5.913.429.571,35 R$ 20,00 2005 R$ 9.910.387.508,29 R$ 7.406.382.963,94 2006 R$ 13.664.563.337,82 R$ 10.426.138.914,18 R$ 15,00 2007 R$ 18.387.596.097,88 R$ 13.648.768.797,14 2008 R$ 21.853.944.302,36 R$ 16.316.845.620,10 2009 R$ 26.711.184.819,12 R$ 19.727.148.778,70 R$ 10,00 1TRI 2010 R$ 5.555.953.116,00 R$ 4.131.642.393,00 R$ 5,00 R$ - 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1TRI 2010 Bruta Líquida * Fonte: SICI (Março/10)
  • 9. SERVIÇO DE COMUNICAÇÃO MULTIMÍDIA Evolução das Tecnologias de Acesso 70,00% 66,58% 60,00% 50,00% 40,00% 30,00% 20,00% 17,43% 10,00% 11,72% 0,00% 3,00% 1,28% 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 9* 0 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 Wireless xDSL Satelite Cable Modem Outras Fonte: SICI (4º trimestre/09)
  • 10. SERVIÇO DE COMUNICAÇÃO MULTIMÍDIA 7.000.000 Distribuição de Acessos por Velocidade 2009 6.000.000 14% 1% 12% 5.000.000 29% 4.000.000 44% 3.000.000 0 a 64Kbps 64K a 512Kbps 512K a 2M bps 2M a 34M bps > 34M bps 2.000.000 1.000.000 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 0 a 64Kbps 64K a 512Kbps 512K a 2Mbps 2M a 34Mbps > 34Mbps
  • 11. Applicable Laws and Regulations Law 9.472 (July 1997) – General Telecommunications Law. Establishes that Anatel, the Brazilian National Telecommunications Agency is responsible for issuing or recognizing the certification of telecommunication products and for issuing standards and regulations regarding their use in Brazil. Resolution 242 (November 2000) – General regulations on the certification and approval of telecommunication products. Establishes that any telecommunication product, before it may be sold or used in Brazil, must have a CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMITY issued by a Designated Certification Organization – OCD and approved / homologated by Anatel. Priority for choosing a Test Laboratory Classifies telecommunication products in three Categories.
  • 12. Designated Certification Organizations - OCDs May be designated, by Anatel, to act as OCD: Organizations accredited by INMETRO, the official Brazilian accreditation organization; Brazilian Non-Profit organizations which demonstrate technical and administrative skills to perform conformity assessment of telecom products. Anatel indicates, in the Act of Designation, the types and classification of products that each OCD may certify. Currently Anatel has designated 12 OCDs .
  • 13. Laboratories Currently are available in Brazil, for testing telecom products: 23 Third Party laboratories: 18 accredited by INMETRO and 5 evaluated by OCDs; 5 First Party laboratories evaluated by OCDs: Order of Priority for choosing a Test Laboratory: 1. Brazilian Third Party Laboratories accredited by INMETRO. 2. Third Party Laboratories evaluated by the Brazilian OCDs. 3. Laboratories which are not Third Party, evaluated by the OCDs. 4. Foreign laboratories accredited by organization member of ILAC.
  • 14. Brazilian Certification Process Manufacturer Provides Technical Signs a Chooses a Laboratory Information about Contract with Provides a Sample of the Product the OCD the Product Laboratory Performs Tests Issues Test according to Report Regulations on Body (OCD D) Certificatio Reviews Specs Reviews Test Issues Certificate of Determines Applicable Results Conformity Test Requirements Anatel Reviews Issues Certificate of Documentation Homologation Representative Manufacturer / Submits Aditional Authorized to Market Documentation the Product
  • 15. Categories of Telecommunication Products Category 1: Terminal equipment used by the general public to access public telecommunication networks (Ex: Telephone sets, cell phones, modems…). Certification : Laboratory Testing of a representative sample; Factory Inspection (may be replaced by ISO 9000 certification); Periodic Evaluation (every year). Category 2: Products not included in Category 1, that use the radio frequency spectrum. (Ex: Digital Transceivers, Antennas, restricted radiation equipment…). Certification : Laboratory Testing of a representative sample; Periodic Evaluation (every two years). Category 3: Products not included in Categories 1 or 2 for which regulation is necessary to ensure network interoperability, safety and EMC (Ex: Switches Cables; Batteries; Power Supplies; Data communication Multiplexers…). Certification : Laboratory Testing of a representative sample.
  • 16. General Technical Requirements Anatel establishes which types of products are subject to mandatory Certification and in which category they should be included. Anatel publishes the list of technical requirements and test procedures for certification of telecom products (Performance, EMC and Safety). Old standards and regulations are being either superseded or updated to include new types of products and new technologies.
  • 17. Performance Requirements Order of priority in applicability of Standards and Regulations. 1. Rules and Regulations issued by Anatel; 2. Regulations issued by Ministry of Communications before Anatel was created; 3. Standards issued by TELEBRAS, the former government owned telecommunication company; 4. International Standards / ITU Recommendations.
  • 18. Electromagnetic Compatibility Requirements Regulation approved by Anatel Resolution 442: Based on international standards 61000-4-2; 61000-4-3; 61000- 4-4; 61000-4-5; 61000-4-6; 61000-4-11; CISPR 11; CISPR 22; CISPR 24; ITU-T Recommendations K.21, K.44, K.38 and K.48; Requirements for: Disturbance Emission, Immunity and Resistibility; Specific limits and additional requirements so compliance with the referenced standards does not assure full compliance with Resolution 442.
  • 19. Electrical Safety Requirements: Requirements Regulation approved by Anatel Resolution 529: Based on international standards IEC 60950; IEC 651 and ITU-T Recommendations K.21, and P.36. Specific limits and additional requirements so compliance with the referenced standards does not assure full compliance with Resolution 529.
  • 20. Product Identification After Certification by an OCD and approval by Anatel the products should be identified with Anatel label, before marketing. HHHH – Number of ANATEL approval. AA – Year of the approval. FFFF – Identification of the manufacturer. The Bar Code, type UCC/EAN-128, to trace the existing data on the product and the manufacturer, in Anatel’s database.
  • 21. Present Situation Homologation Certificates Issued by Anatel from 2001 through June 2010 Category 1 products: 4891 Certificates Category 2 products: 7157 Certificates Category 3 products: 2712 Certificates Correspond to 25000 models of telecommunication products.
  • 22. Final Comments Brazil has adopted a successful and comprehensive certification and homologation process for telecommunication products. The Conformity Assessment and Laboratory infrastructure available in Brazil is increasingly capable of performing the activities involved. Anatel certificate offers opportunities for vendors.
  • 23. Thank You Maximiliano S. Martinhão maximiliano@anatel.gov.br Phone: 55 61 2312 2254

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