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Israel has a technologically advanced market economy with developed agricultural and industrial sectors. Israel's GDP has grown by about 5% per year since 2003. The economy grew an estimated 3.9% in 2008, slowed by the global financial crisis. The economy enjoys strong foreign investment, tax revenues, and private consumption.

  • Population: 7,233,701 (2009 est.)
  • Telephone main lines: 2.9 million (2009)
  • Mobile telephone subscribers: 8.902 million (2009)
  • Internet hosts: 1.544 million (2009)
  • Internet users: 2.106 million (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:

MoC Telecom Type Approval

Equipment connected to the public network requires type approval from Israel's Ministry of Communications (MoC). Approval can often be issued based on review of foreign standard test reports without in-country testing.

Compliance International can help you complete telecom type approval in Israel with our turnkey support service, which includes building the technical application package, support for in-country testing when necessary, interfacing with regulatory officials, and end-to-end management of the approval process to avoid unnecessary delays.

SII Type Approval

SII requires approval of telecommunications equipment and ITE to ensure conformance with EMC and safety standards. Approval is granted based on review of test reports, such as a CB report, but in-country testing is often required. The applicant for approval must be a local entity.

Compliance International can help you complete SII approval in Israel with our turnkey support service, which includes building the technical application package, engineering test support where required, interfacing with certification body officials, and end-to-end management of the approval process to avoid unnecessary delays.

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:

MoC Wireless Type Approval

Israel's Ministry of Communications (MoC) issues type approval for radio terminal devices. The approval process includes review of foreign standard test reports, but MoC may require additional testing and/or inspection sample(s) of the equipment.

Compliance International can help you complete radio type approval in Israel 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 to avoid unnecessary delays. 

 

 

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:

SII Type Approval

SII requires approval of telecommunications equipment and ITE to ensure conformance with EMC and safety standards. Approval is granted based on review of test reports, such as a CB report, but in-country testing is often required. The applicant for approval must be a local entity.

Compliance International can help you complete SII approval in Israel with our turnkey support service, which includes building the technical application package, engineering test support where required, interfacing with certification body officials, and end-to-end management of the approval process to avoid unnecessary delays.