Huawei officials announced that after several rounds of rigorous testing and evaluation, Huawei has passed the global commercial listing of 5G NR products through the EU certification body TÜV SÜD’. The company now has the world’s first 5G product CE-TEC (EU Wireless Equipment Directive-Type certification) certificate. This shows that Huawei’s 5G products have officially obtained market commercial licenses, and they have taken a big step toward commercialization of 5G technology.
The Huawei 5G C-band Massive MIMO AAU (Active Antenna Unit) base station, which has been verified by CE-TEC test, is based on the 3GPP 38.104 protocol development and it is designed for eMBB large-capacity scenarios. It can achieve outdoor continuous xGbps user experience with delays down to the ms level. According to Huawei, its 5G series products are in strict compliance with regulatory requirements throughout the entire development process, from device selection to design and development, and it went through numerous rounds of rigorous evaluation tests.
CE is an essential quality requirement for the EU to import and sell products. It is a mandatory certification mark for entering the European market and it is considered as a “passport” for opening the European market. The goods with CE mark indicate that it complies with a series of EU directives such as European Union’s wireless safety, electromagnetic compatibility, health protection, environmental protection, and consumer protection. The CE certificate obtained by Huawei 5G products has fully met the European Union’s strict access requirements and has the qualifications for formal sales and commercialization to the European market.
The CE certification of Huawei’s 5G products was undertaken by TÜV SÜD. This is a European authoritative certification body with a Notified Body qualification. Its headquarter is located in Munich, Germany. It is dedicated to professional testing, inspection, certification and has a history of more than 150 years.