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Please update Mexico's 6 GHz regulatory information

michelolvera
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Greetings,

 

Since March 7, 2023, the "Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones" (Federal Telecommunications Institute) which is the Mexican Regulatory Authority who determines the use of the radio spectrum, classified the frequency band 5925-6425 MHz as free spectrum as is declared in this article in the "Diario Oficial de la Federación" (Official Journal of the Federation): https://www.dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=5681829&fecha=07/03/2023

Here a snapshot of the article:

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Translation: First.- The frequency band 5925-6425 MHz is classified as free spectrum for use by WAS/RLAN systems in terms of the provisions of the Ninth Section of this Agreement and the technical conditions of operation, which are attached as a Single Attachment to this Agreement.

 

The operation mode is as following:

Low power systems
     
Frequency bands
(MHz)
Operation Mode
Device Types
EIRP
(W)
PSD
(dBm/MHz)
out-of-band data
(dBm)
5925-6425 MHz
Indoors
Access points
1 W
(30 dBm)
5 dBm at any bandwidth of 1 MHz
< -27 dBm of
EIRP at any bandwidth of 1 MHz
5925-6425 MHz
Indoors
Client device
0.25 W
(24 dBm)
-1 dBm at any bandwidth of 1 MHz
< -27 dBm of
EIRP at any bandwidth of 1 MHz

 

Very low power systems
     
Frequency bands
(MHz)
Operation Mode
Device Types
EIRP
(mW)
PSD
(dBm/MHz)
out-of-band data
(dBm)
5925-6425 MHz
Indoors and outdoors
User terminal
25 mW
(14 dBm)
1 dBm at any bandwidth of 1 MHz
< -27 dBm of
EIRP at any bandwidth of 1 MHz

 

The maximum channel bandwidth allowed for transmission is 320 MHz.

 

I know you probably are working on this, but a reminder is not superfluous.

 

Hopefully soon we can see a driver update with this new regulation.

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Jose_Intel
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Hello michelolvera


Thank you for your reply.


We will definitely take the feedback, we appreciate it. If you have any kind of issues regarding this in the future, please contact the system manufacturer.


If you need any additional information, please submit a new question as this thread will no longer be monitored.   

Thank you for your time.


Best regards,

Jose B.

Intel Customer Support Technician


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Jose_Intel
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Hello @michelolvera

 

Thank you for posting on the Intel️® communities.   


Which specific Intel regulatory document are you referring to?

 

Please check this information:

·      Regulatory Information Regarding Wireless Hardware Installation or Upgrade

·      How to Enable Wi-Fi 6E/ 6GHz Band Using Intel® Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+) products

 

Also note, the use of the 6GHz band may be prohibited by regulatory bodies in your country or might not be enabled on your platform by the system manufacturer.

Best regards,

Jose B.

Intel Customer Support Technician


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michelolvera
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Thats what I'm saying, the use of the 6GHz band was prohibited by regulatory bodies in Mexico, but not anymore from frequency band 5925 to 6425 MHz.

I don't have a problem, it's just a friendly reminder.

 

Thanks.

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Jose_Intel
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Hello michelolvera

 

We hope you are doing fine. 

 

Were you able to check the previous post? 

Let us know if you still need assistance. 

 

Best regards,  

Jose B.   

Intel Customer Support Technician 


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Jose_Intel
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Hello michelolvera


Thank you for your reply.


We will definitely take the feedback, we appreciate it. If you have any kind of issues regarding this in the future, please contact the system manufacturer.


If you need any additional information, please submit a new question as this thread will no longer be monitored.   

Thank you for your time.


Best regards,

Jose B.

Intel Customer Support Technician


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