The Communications Regulatory Authority and the Digital Government announced that the National Laboratory has been equipped to examine communications devices with the latest technologies and equipment, to examine mobile phones that are compatible with the fifth generation, to ensure that they meet the approved technical and technical standards.
In a statement yesterday, the authority stated that this step aims to examine, test and certify mobile phones that are compatible with the fifth generation networks, to work on the networks of service providers in the country, and to protect users from using devices that do not meet the standard specifications that may affect the safety of mobile phone networks and users. These networks also help government and private agencies to verify the devices before importing them or purchasing them from outside the country.
Through these updates, the National Laboratory will work to ensure that the fifth generation devices conform to the approved international standards, and that these devices are compatible with the communications networks in the country, and to ensure that they comply with the UAE specifications.
The Executive Director of the Technology Development Affairs Department at the authority, Eng. Saif bin Ghalita, said that «the UAE has achieved advanced positions globally in adopting and applying the technologies of the fifth generation networks», stressing the acceleration of the pace of work on the dissemination of these technologies because of their great role in achieving digital transformation and application Artificial intelligence techniques.
In turn, the Director of the National Laboratory for Inspecting Communication Devices at the Authority, Muhammad Al-Shamsi, said, “The authority is constantly working to ensure that mobile phones are compatible with the technical and approved technical standards included in the authority’s quality approval system, with the aim of ensuring access to the best services and full compliance with Networks operating in the country ».
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