To optimize the use of frequency spectrum and to limitate interferences between systems, the States agree each other at an international level via the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and, at a european level via the CEPT (Conférence européenne des administrations des postes et télécommunications). The CEPT has created the ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) in charge of standardization.
Each country manage its regulation within its borders.
In Europe, the placing on the market of radio communication products is part of the CE marking throught the directive R&TTE 1999/5/EC.
The french authorities are the ARCEP (Autorité de régulation des communications électroniques et des postes) and the ANFR (Agence nationale des fréquences).
In United States, the protection (and management) of the frequency spectrum belongs to the FCC (Federal commission of communications) which works with Industrie Canada for global North America.
The requirements in terms of radio specifications are preliminary oll over the world, to the marketing of all equipment supplied with a transmitter.
Our radio labs carry out standard or regulation measurement linked to the assessment of the risk generated by the waves on the health.