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Omnitik 5 retired from Spain

Thu Dec 13, 2018 7:42 pm

Hi, I received an email because Spanish Government has retired Omnitik 5 from Spain for legals incumpliments....

I attach PDF in spanish....

We have 10 days to retire all Omnitiks 5....

Basically the document say:

Group: Technicals requeriments: Type: radio

Incumpliments:
The equipment works in frequencies uper to 5725 Mhz, specifically they are measured the 5825 Mhz freq. for a PIRE level of 48,2 dBm
In Spain the bands and applications upper to this frequency are the next:
5725-5875 short range equipments EN 300 440 Max pire 25mW UN-130
5725-5975 BFWA EN 302 502 33/36dBm UN-143

Say the "manufacturer declaration no "quote" test standards for this bands.... (the declared band "ESI EN 3014 893 v2.1.1 is up to 5700Mhz)

Mikrotik Whats happen with this??

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Re: Omnitik 5 retired from Spain

Wed Dec 19, 2018 1:38 pm

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Re: Omnitik 5 retired from Spain

Wed Dec 19, 2018 1:49 pm

I received a similar letter from the german regulatory authority (BNetzA), which says that the SXT-ac must not be sold, handed over or imported.
The german letter referred to findings of the above mentioned spanish authority.

I sent this german letter to MikroTik several weeks ago, but a statement of MikroTik still is missing.
 
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Re: Omnitik 5 retired from Spain

Wed Dec 19, 2018 2:29 pm

I received a similar letter from the german regulatory authority (BNetzA), which says that the SXT-ac must not be sold, handed over or imported.
The german letter referred to findings of the above mentioned spanish authority.

I sent this german letter to MikroTik several weeks ago, but a statement of MikroTik still is missing.
This is the end .....
 
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Re: Omnitik 5 retired from Spain

Wed Dec 19, 2018 3:26 pm

Discussion is happening here
viewtopic.php?f=21&t=139057&start=250
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Re: Omnitik 5 retired from Spain

Thu Dec 20, 2018 8:26 am

How does the discussion about beta firmware relates to rf irradiation issues?

The regulatory authority claimed (in my case) that some sort of bad/wrong rf besides the main signal is being radiated by the device. I think this kind of issue is not fixable with firmware. It seems to be an hardware related issue.
 
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Re: Omnitik 5 retired from Spain

Thu Dec 20, 2018 8:36 am

Nobody from mikrotik gives the face?
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Re: Omnitik 5 retired from Spain

Thu Dec 20, 2018 9:40 am

The software bug is the cause of the issue described here. This software bugfix should be enough to reevaluate the above decision, but that's for the legal deparment to sort out. I can only say, that this is an ongoing matter and MikroTik continues the work to fully resolve this.
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Re: Omnitik 5 retired from Spain

Thu Dec 20, 2018 12:07 pm

The software bug is the cause of the issue described here. This software bugfix should be enough to reevaluate the above decision, but that's for the legal deparment to sort out. I can only say, that this is an ongoing matter and MikroTik continues the work to fully resolve this.
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