(1) A licensee or concessionaire shall apply for approval and certification of terminal equipment to be installed or used for an info-communications network or info-communication service using the application form set out as Form F in the Schedule.
(2) A manufacturer or user or terminal equipment may also apply for approval and certification of terminal equipment to be imported, used or sold in Montserrat using the form set out as Form F(Click Here to Download Form F) in the Schedule
(3) An applicant shall complete the application form identified in subrule (1) for each type of terminal equipment in triplicate and submit the completed application forms to the Secretary of the M.I.C.A together with—
(a) a copy of the payment receipt for the relevant application fee or other proof of payment;
(b) a letter of authorization, if the applicant is an authorized agent;
(c) a copy of the technical specification for the relevant equipment;
(d) a copy of any approval or certificate received for the equipment from a foreign or international body;
(e) a copy of any test report or certification of the technical specifications of the equipment issued by a test or certification body;
(f) a copy of any electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) report;
(g) a copy of any safety report on the terminal equipment that the applicant opts to submit;
(h) a sample of the terminal equipment, if requested by the Authority;
(i) a copy of the user manual, if requested by the Authority; and
(j) any other document, information or item specified on the relevant application form or requested by the Authority.
(4) Notwithstanding subrule (1), the Authority exempts a licensee or concessionaire from the requirement to obtain approval and certification for the following terminal equipment:
(a) Advanced Mobile Phone Service (AMPS), Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) and Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) cellular equipment certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)under Title 47, Part 68 of the United States Code of Federal Regulations;
(b) equipment certified by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI);
(c) facsimile machines certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) under Title 47, Parts 15 and 68 and related radiation performance standards in Title 21, Chapter 1 of the United States Code of Federal Regulations;
(d) Private Automated Branch Exchange (PABX) and related equipment certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)under Title 47, Parts 15 and 68 of the United States Code of Federal Regulations and related technical standards for electromagnetic transference including ICES-003 Class B;
(e) terminal equipment previously approved or certified by the Authority;
(f) cable and other forms of wiring; and
(g) household appliances.
The Form F document for application for approval and certification of terminal equipment, is available for download. (Click Here)