RED and its impact on Unitron's products

In short, what's the Radio Equipment all about?

The Radio Equipment Directive or RED is a set of rules that manufacturers, importers, resellers and the like, must comply with to guarantee the functional operation of their product in the presence of other applications using the same or other parts of the radio spectrum.

A practical example of this is the upcoming 5G roll-outs. If your installations are not complying to this directive, a 5G roll-out can cause you lots of trouble: interference, lower signal quality, missing TV channels, etc.

To help you overcome these upcoming troubles, at UnitronGroup, we've worked very hard to make a RED compliant product range.


When working with Unitron's RED compliant products, you are

  • Protecting your installations for the coming 5G roll-out: We believe it's better to be proactive rather than having to solve issues afterwards.
  • Choosing for products that have high quality filtering and signal level. This is a result of our constant efforts to make our products RED compliant.
  • Choosing for products that are in law with interference and radio emissions regulations.

Want to learn more about how RED impacts your installations?


Download The RED Whitepaper in other languages:

French version of the RED Whitepaper

Spanish version of the RED Whitepaper

Italian version of the RED Whitepaper

Polish version of the RED Whitepaper

Let's talk about the Digital Terrestrial Television paradox....

Did you know that the number of DTT users is growing globally?

To some, Digital Terrestrial Television may seem a thing of the past. 

Broadcasting television content from television stations by radio waves to TVs in our homes, is no longer the only way to consume audiovisual content. 

Nevertheless, the situation of Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) is not the same in all countries. 

Technological, economic as well as cultural aspects explain why.

English version of the DTT Whitepaper

French version of the DTT Whitepaper

Spanish version of the DTT Whitepaper

Italian version of the DTT Whitepaper