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Numerous telecom equipment and product certifications are available from the Telecommunication Engineering Center (TEC) in India. These accreditations guarantee adherence to the technical requirements, safety norms, and legal criteria unique to the Indian telecom sector. 


Landline phones, mobile phones, modems, routers, switches, and transmission equipment are all eligible for certification by TEC. The certification guarantees adherence to the technical criteria, safety norms, and legal specifications established by TEC. To ensure that the items fulfill the established technical requirements, safety standards, and legal requirements, the TEC certification process entails careful testing and evaluation of the products. Compliance with the TEC certification proves that the telecom products and apparatus are appropriate for use in the Indian telecom network, guaranteeing interoperability, dependability, and safety.



Manufacturers and suppliers that want to have their telecom products and equipment certified by TEC must submit samples and provide the relevant documentation and testing in labs that have been approved by TEC. After successful adherence to the required technical requirements and standards, certification is issued.





For wireless communication equipment in India operating in specific frequency bands, WPC (Wireless Planning & Coordination) certification is in fact a crucial necessity. The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) WPC division is in charge of overseeing and controlling how radio frequencies are used in India. 


Mobile phones, Wi-Fi routers, Bluetooth devices, and other wireless equipment that has received WPC certification have been verified to adhere to the country’s unique radio frequency and spectrum laws. It tries to keep effective spectrum use and avoid interfering with other wireless networks.


Devices operating in particular frequency bands, such as 2.4 GHz (ISM band), 5.8 GHz (ISM band), 2.4 GHz to 2.4835 GHz (Bluetooth), and others, are often required to have WPC certification. The certification guarantees that equipment complies with the power restrictions and technical requirements established by WPC as well as operating within the allowed frequency bands.





The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) in India requires manufacturers, importers, and recyclers of telecom equipment to get e-waste management authorization. This certification guarantees adherence to the laws and guidelines for the responsible disposal and recycling of electronic waste.