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Wireless Planning and Coordination (WPC) Certification

Wireless Planning and Coordination (WPC) Certification

Wireless Planning and Coordination (WPC) certification is required for the sale or use of radio-frequency-using wireless equipment on the Indian market. It is issued by the WPC branch of the Indian Department of Telecommunications.

The WPC certification ensures that the wireless equipment complies with government regulations and fulfils the required standards and specifications. This certification instills consumer confidence in the product’s quality and safety.

The manufacturer or importer of wireless equipment must register for WPC certification and submit to the required tests and inspections. The required documents include the application form, product details, technical specifications and user manual, test reports from WPC-accredited labs or testing agencies, proof of ownership or authorization to use the product’s design and technology, an undertaking to comply with WPC regulations and standards, and a receipt for the licence fee.

The time required to obtain WPC certification can vary based on the product’s complexity and the number of required tests and inspections. Typically, it takes between 4 and 6 weeks.

The validity period of WPC certification varies from one to five years, depending on the type of apparatus. After the certification’s validity period expires, it must be renewed.

The cost of obtaining WPC certification is dependent on the product and the number of required tests and examinations. WPC establishes the fees, which can vary from product to product.

Required documents Why Legal Door ?

The following paperwork is necessary for WPC certification:

  • Form for applying
  • Detailed product information, including technical specifications and a user guide
  • Test results from WPC-accredited laboratories or testing organisations
  • Evidence of ownership or permission to use the design and technology of the product
  • Commitment to conformity with WPC's regulations and standards
  • License charge payment receipt.

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FAQ

Wireless Planning and Coordination (WPC) is a branch of India’s Department of Telecommunications that regulates the use of radio frequencies and issues licences for radio-frequency-using wireless apparatus.

Wireless equipment that employs radio frequencies, such as radio transmitters, wireless microphones, and satellite phones, must be WPC-certified.

Any wireless equipment manufacturer or importer may apply for WPC certification.

WPC certification offers numerous advantages, such as compliance with government regulations, increased marketability, and consumer confidence in the product’s quality and safety.

The manufacturer or importer must submit an application for WPC certification and pass all required tests and examinations. If the product fulfils the required specifications and standards, WPC will issue a certificate.

The time necessary to acquire WPC certification depends on the product’s complexity and the number of required tests and inspections. It typically takes between four and six weeks, but this can vary.

The WPC certification validity period is determined by the type of apparatus and ranges from one to five years.

The cost of obtaining WPC certification is dependent on the product and the number of required tests and examinations. WPC establishes the fees, which can vary from product to product.

WPC certification is required for the sale or use of radio-frequency-using wireless equipment on the Indian market.