The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) has powers and duties to assign frequencies and to regulate the broadcasting and telecommunications businesses. NBTC licenses and regulates the use of frequencies and radiocommunications equipment in telecommunications and radiocommunications services in order to ensure that the users are provided with quality, efficiency, timeliness, reliability and fairness through NBTC’s standards and technical specifications. NBTC certification is crucially important for your broadcast and telecommunications equipment because it is a mandatory requirement that your equipment has to comply with in order to sell legally in Thailand. To learn more about the NBTC click here.
Telecommunication could refer to the transmission of information, signals, sounds and messages, or images by wire, radio, optical or electromagnetic systems. Telecommunications equipment is considered to be a device which is used for the purposes of telecommunications. Telecommunications equipment includes telephony, internet, radio and television.
Telephones, Facsimile (FAX), Modems, Data terminal, PABX, ADSL, xDSL, Optical communication system, Ethernet switch, Wi-Fi routers, Wireless microphone, Cordless phone, Bluetooth devices, RFID products, Short Range Devices (SRD), Mobile phones, Cellular equipment, Vehicle radars, Wireless mouse, Laptops, Tablets, NFC devices, LoRa devices, Walkie-Talkies, Car keys, Bluetooth headsets, Telematic control unit (TCU) for vehicles, Bluetooth speakerphones, GPS Watches, Smart TV, Wi-Fi cameras, RF modules, Wireless POS Terminals, Wide area network (WAN), Wi-Fi devices, Zigbee devices, Wireless LAN devices, RLAN devices, etc.
In most situations, broadcasting means the transmission of information, audio or video content from diverse sources to the public; for instance, digital television members receive a signal which is broadcast by their TV provider.
Yes, they also need the TISI certification because they are in the scope of the TISI mandatory standard.
How the process works: