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Eu: The number of RoHS restricted substances will be increased to 12 in the fourth quarter of 2022
The European Commission has published a legislative proposal (Initiative) on its official website, proposing to add tetrabromobisphenol A (TBBP-A) and medium-chain chlorinated paraffins (MCCPs) to the EU RoHS list of restricted substances. At present, the draft bill has not been released, and the relevant public consultation has not yet been opened. The European Commission is expected to make a final decision in the fourth quarter of 2022.
EU 5G Wi-Fi products have new requirements for restriction warnings
Commission implementing Decision (EU) 2022/179 of 8 February 2022 and repealing Decision 2005/513/EC. The new protocol modifies the usage scenarios of 5G RLAN/Wi-Fi, and this adjustment will affect the part of the manual for 5G RLAN products (mobile phones, routers, notebooks, PCs, etc.) that restricts the use of warnings. Therefore, special attention should be paid to customers whose products support 5G RLAN.
Introduction to the UK Framework Guidelines for Toxicological Assessment of E-cigarette Flavoring Substances
Flavoring substances are common ingredients in e-liquids, and although many flavorings have passed oral toxicity safety assessments and are approved for use in food, few substances have been assessed for acute or chronic toxicity risk by inhalation. In December 2019, the UK Committee on Chemical Toxicity in Food, Consumer Products and the Environment (COT) published the Framework for Risk Assessment of Flavoring Compounds in Electronic Nicotine (and Nicotine-Free) Delivery Systems (EN(N)DS Electronic Cigarettes), which is now available Adopted by the United Kingdom as a reference document for the risk self-assessment of substances listed in the MHRA notice of e-cigarettes.
Internet of Things "upstart"--Cat.1
Release time:
2022-04-19
According to data, in the Chinese market alone, Cat.1 shipments will reach 110 million in 2021, an increase of more than 5 times compared to 2020. Cat.1 has become the main format of the cellular Internet of Things. This rapidly growing data is not only a replacement for the stock market, but also an expansion of the incremental market. It is inevitable for 2G/3G to withdraw from the network. This part of the gap is filled by NB-IoT and Cat.1. At the same time, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has also set a goal to make it clear that the future development of the Internet of Things will mainly focus on NB-IoT, 4G (including Cat.1), 5G As the direction, the overall development trend of IoT terminals is to gradually migrate to NB-IoT and Cat.1. NB-IoT and Cat.1 actually belong to the same category, and they are both types of LTE UE-Category. In March 2009, 3GPP released the Release 8 version, officially proposed LTE, and simultaneously launched five terminal categories from Cat.1 to Cat.5, which is the birth of Cat.1. Among them, Cat.1 is mainly used in the field of Internet of Things, but it has been tepid for more than ten years. Until 2020, it was suddenly pushed into the spotlight of the Internet of Things stage and finally ushered in its golden age. With the continuous development of the Release version, 3GPP is also constantly optimizing the types of terminals connected to the Internet of Things, and subsequently launched Cat.M1 (eMTC) and Cat.NB-1 (NB-IoT), giving more possibilities to the Internet of Things. However, these three "cats" for the Internet of Things have their own specialties. For example, NB-IoT itself has the characteristics of wide coverage, multiple connections, low power consumption and low cost, and is mainly used in urban-level narrowband connection projects; eMTC and The characteristics of NB-IoT are similar, the difference is that the transmission rate is faster than NB-IoT, and it has a certain real-time performance and supports voice. Cat.1 has good mobility, voice call function and high transmission rate, and has more potential in wearable devices, logistics tracking, etc.   According to research data, 60% of the scenarios in the cellular IoT connection distribution require narrowband networks to provide "low-rate" connections, about 10% of the scenarios require "high-rate" connection services, and the remaining 30% of IoT scenarios A "medium rate" connection service is required. While domestic NB-IoT has met the needs of most low-rate scenarios, eMTC has not established a complete ecosystem in China, so trillion-level medium-rate scenarios can only be handed over to Cat.1.
Reminder on the expiry of the "Shenzhen Science and Technology Innovation Commission 2021 Electronic Innovation Voucher"
Dear customers and friends: Reminder: On July 7, 2021, the electronic innovation voucher issued to your company by Shenzhen Science and Technology Innovation Commission will expire on July 7, 2022 (less than 3 months remaining). If the quota of electronic innovation coupons is overdue, it will affect your company's application quota for innovation coupons in the next year. If there is still balance in your company's electronic innovation voucher, please contact our company to use it. Thank you for your understanding and support to Luxshare Testing Group! The following is the announcement on the "List and Quota of Technology Innovation Voucher Issuance in 2021" issued by the Shenzhen Science and Technology Innovation Commission and our company's storage qualifications: The link is as follows: 1. Announcement of the Shenzhen Science and Technology Innovation Committee on the proposed list of technology innovation voucher service institutions in 2021 http://stic.sz.gov.cn/szskjcxwyhwzgkml/szskjcxwyhwzgkml/zjxx/qtzjxx/content/post_8774725.html     2. Notice of Shenzhen Municipal Science and Technology Innovation Committee on issuing the list and quota of scientific and technological innovation vouchers in 2021 http://stic.sz.gov.cn/xxgk/tzgg/content/post_8903414.html  
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