Before telephones, facsimiles and other terminals are connected to the telecommunication network their connections must be inspected by a telecommunications carrier. It is necessary to establish said terminals meet the technical requirements of the Telecommunications Business Act. However, terminals bearing a Technical Conformity Mark may forego examination by a carrier and immediately be connected to the network. This is because such terminals have been found to meet technical requirements by a registered accreditation organization and thusly can bear the certification mark as specified by the ordinance of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.
In accordance with Radio Law, when establishing a radio station a license is generally required to prevent the disruption and jamming of radio communications and ensure eﬃcient use of radio waves. Many of today’s technologies, such as smartphones, fall under the jurisdiction of this rule. However, because requiring each smart phone operator to obtain a license would be impractical, an exception was made. Smartphones are exempt so long as they have been certified to meet the technical requirements of Radio Law and bear the Technical Conformity Mark as specified by the Japanese Government.
DSP Research, as a registered accreditation and certiﬁcation body, will conduct the accreditation and certiﬁcation procedures as required by Telecommunications Business Act and the Radio Law. As part of the commitment to our customers, we apply an unprecedented level of experience to efficiently get results. We are specialists in the Accreditation and Certification process and as necessary we can even help forge new paths to obtain highly effective outcomes.