Huawei’s 5G Products Ready to Enter Europe after CE Certification

On April 16, reporters learned from Huawei’s headquarters in Shenzhen that Huawei’s 5G New Radio (NR) product that will be in commercial use this year has successfully passed inspection by the European certifying authority Technischer Überwachungs-Verein (TÜV SÜD), and obtained the world’s first CE type examination certificate (CE-TEC) for 5G products.Huawei’s 5G product officially obtaining a commercial license signifies a key step taken towards the mass commercialization of 5G networks. (the fifth-generation mobile communications system, hereinafter referred to as 5G)

Dirk von Wahl(left), CEO of TÜV SÜD North Asia awarding the certificate to Gan Bin(right), Vice President of Huawei’s 5G product line

Huawei’s CE-TEC verified 5G C-band Massive MIMO Active Antenna Unit (AAU) is developed in accordance to Specification #38.104 from the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). Designed for large traffic eMBB scenarios, the AAU is able to offer continuous xGbps-level outdoor experience and millisecond-level latency. Huawei strictly followed related regulations during each step of the 5G product development from component selection to product design. After multiple rounds of meticulous assessment and inspection, Huawei’s 5G products passed TÜV SÜD’s verification at first attempt after meeting all stringent CE requirements.

Huawei’s CE-TEC certificate

CE marking is compulsory for products imported to and sold within the European Economic Area of European Union plus Iceland, Lichtenstein and Norway). This marking is regarded as the stamp of approval required for entering the European market. Products with the CE marking conform to Europe’s directive requirements on RED, LVD, EMC, RoHS, and WEEE. Being awarded the CE certificate shows that Huawei’s 5G products fully comply with the strict admission requirements of the European Union and are now qualified to be sold and applied in the European market.

This article originally appeared in sohu and was translated by Pandaily.