The Batteries’ Regulatory Process in Brazilian Telecommunications Industry
Conference: telescon(R) 2009 - Power Supply Quality and Efficiency - 4th International Telecommunication - Energy special conference
05/10/2009 - 05/13/2009 at Vienna, Austria
Proceedings: telescon(R) 2009 - Power Supply Quality and Efficiency
Pages: 6Language: englishTyp: PDFPersonal VDE Members are entitled to a 10% discount on this title
Rosolem, Maria de Fátima N.C.; Santos, Glauco Ribeiro dos; Soares, Luiz Antonio; Dias, Luiz Eduardo Ferreira jr; Frare, Pamela Tobias; Beck, Raul Fernando; Arioli, Vitor Torquato (CPqD, Campinas/SP, Brazil)
Fonseca, Júlio Cesar (Anatel, Brasília/DF, Brazil)
The privatization of telecommunications sector in Brazil (Telebras) completed ten years in 2008. After Telebras privatizing, the Brazilian government created Anatel (Telecommunications National Agency) that is in charge of telecommunication’s regulatory and supervisory activities. One of the activities of the Anatel is the certification and homologation of products and equipments to be used in the Brazilian’s telecommunication network. The objective of this paper is to describe and discusses the requirements and tests specified in each “Resolution” (Anatel’s standards) for lead acid stationary batteries, portable battery and also to present the CPqD’s laboratories activities in this area.