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Bangladesh

Originally part of Pakistan in the 1947 British partitioning of India, the People's Republic of Bangladesh (formerly East Pakistan and East Bengal before that) gained its independence in 1971. The Bangladesh economy continues to develop at a rate of 5-6% per year since 1996. Every year about a third of the country floods during the monsoon rainy season.

  • Population: 156,050,883 (2009 est.)
  • Telephone main lines: 1.39 million (2009)
  • Mobile telephone subscribers: 45.75 million (2009)
  • Internet hosts: 4,209 (2009)
  • Internet users: 556,000 (2008)
  • Digital leased line interface type: E1
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Telecommunications equipment is communications or networking equipment with interface(s) to public network or wide area network (WAN) services. Common telecom network interfaces include T1/E1, ISDN BRI, ISDN PRI, ADSL, serial and analogue PSTN.

Compliance International can help you understand how the following approval requirements apply to your telecom equipment products:

Wireless and radio equipment covers any device with a radio transmitter. This includes mobile (GSM or CDMA) handsets, wireless LAN (WLAN) equipment such as Wi-Fi devices, Bluetooth devices, Zigbee devices, WiMAX devices, RFID equipment, contactless card readers, and a whole host of other products that incorporate some kind of RF transmitter.

Compliance International can help you understand how the following approval requirements apply to your wireless and radio equipment products:

BTRC NOC for Import

The Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission issues No Objection Certificates (NOC) for import of radio equipment. The certificate requires no in-country testing and is only issued to local Bangladesh entities.

Compliance International can help you complete approval in Bangladesh with our turnkey support service, which includes building the technical application package, interfacing with regulatory officials, and end-to-end management of the approval process.
 
Non-telecom ITE is any information technology equipment -- essentially any device with a microprocessor -- that has no telecommunications or radio interface. This includes products such as computer printers and monitors, as well as many types of local area network (LAN) equipment.

Compliance International can help you understand how the following approval requirements apply to your ITE products: