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Vietnam (MIC) - New Draft Circular

March, 2022

The Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) of Vietnam published Draft Circular Stipulating the List of Potentially Unsafe Products and Goods. This Draft Circular will replace Circular 01/2021/TT-BTTTT and Circular 11/2020/TT-BTTTT, and will come into effect on July 1, 2022.

New standards have been added:


  • QCVN 128:2021/BTTTT (5G Base Station)

  • QCVN 127:2021/BTTTT (5G SA, mandatory starting July 1, 2022)

  • QCVN 129:2021/BTTTT (5G NSA, mandatory starting July 1, 2022)

  • QCVN 124:2021/BTTTT (Vehicle Radar 76-77 GHz, mandatory starting July 1, 2022)

  • QCVN 123:2021/BTTTT (SRDs in 40-246 GHz, mandatory starting July 1, 2022)

  • QCVN 65:2021/BTTTT (WLAN 5 GHz Devices, can apply starting May 1, 2022, and mandatory starting July 1, 2023)


  • QCVN 22:2021/BTTTT (importers comply with this standard for ICT products, it is not listed in Mandatory Applied Standards in Annex 1 or Annex 2)

Note: Local labs are not yet ready to test these new standards. If a local lab is unable to perform the testing for any standard, MIC will have official instructions for the type approval certification and declaration of conformity process when the official Circular is issued.

These products have been removed from the mandatory list:

• 5.8 GHz equipment for Transport Application

• VHF Devices used on water

• Inmarsat F77 Device

• Products listed in the section “Other Devices”

These products have been moved from Annex 1 (mandatory type approval certification and declaration of conformity) to Annex 2 (mandatory declaration of conformity):

• Vehicle Radar 76-77 GHz

• General SRDs operating in the following frequency bands:

o 13.553-13.567 MHz

o 26.957-27.283 MHz

o 40.66-40.7 MHz

o 5725-5850 MHz

o 24.00-24.25 GHz

o 61.0-61.5 GHz

o 122-123 GHz

o 244-246 GHz

• RFID 13.56 MHz

• Some Land Mobile Radio Equipment

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