GNSS Solutions from ROGER-GPS
ROGER-GPS GNSS solutionsoffer you uninterrupted GPS, Beidou, Galileo and Glonass satellite signal service inside buildings, tunnels, shops, and in vehicles.
CE CERTIFICATE NB1986
The Roger-GPS L1 GPS repeater has recertified CE code NB1986 in January 2012 according to the renewed ETSI EN 302 645 V1.1.1 (2010-03) Harmonized European Standard. The equipment conforms to the essential requirements of article 3.1.b (EMC) and article 3.2 (effective use of radio spectrum) of Directive 1999/5/EC. TCF ref. 3.6.2008.Roger-GPS products have been classified in NATO N-S-N code 5825580004234 and NATO NCAGE code: A557G
In the United States, the spectrum used to support GPS operations is allocated to the Radio Navigation Satellite Service (RNSS) on a shared basis for Government and non-Government use and is thus managed jointly by FCC and NTIA. The NTIA has placed restrictions on the use of GPS repeaters out of concern for interference to critical Federal RNSS applications (e.g., aviation). There is a process for obtaining NTIA approval to operate GPS repeaters in certain situations which is described in Chapter 8 (8.3.28-8.3.30) of the “Red Book” NTIA Manual of Regulations and Procedures for Federal Radio Frequency Management. http://www.ntia.doc.gov/files/ntia/publications/redbook/2013/8_13.pdf
In Canada the Minister of Industry, pursuant to the Department of Industry Act, the Radiocommunication Act and the Radiocommunication Regulations, with due regard to the objectives of the Telecommunications Act, is responsible for spectrum management in Canada. By clicking the button below you will be linked to a document (CPC-2-5-01), outlining the licensing procedure for Global Positioning System (GPS) Active Repeater Stations.
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CAGE Code 79FY4
Current regulations restrict sales of GPS Repeaters to the following parties:
International Customers (outside the U.S.), agencies of the US Federal Government, branches of the US Military, parties operating under the direction of US Federal Government, parties that have received an STA or Experimental License under part 5 of the FCC rules, and parties that will be operating GPS Repeaters in a shielded room or anechoic chamber. For further information regarding NTIA requirements, see Chapter 8.3.28 of the NTIA manual, http://www.ntia.doc.gov/osmhome/redbook/8.pdf