Accredited laboratories by the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority

The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority accepts the technical inspections for telecommunications devices issued by the laboratories that have international accreditation in the relevant telecommunications field, and those who have inspection facilities accredited according to ISO / IEC 17025 standards in the relevant telecommunications field by the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC).
You can view the list of accredited laboratories via (ILAC) link.
What is the ISO / IEC 17025 standards?

The ISO / IEC 17025 standards specify the general requirements for the ability to perform tests and/or calibrations including sampling, it also covers the inspection and calibration that is conducted using standard and non-standard means and other updated means in laboratories, and it is applied to all testing entities. In some laboratories, testing and/or calibration may form part of product inspection and accreditation. In addition, this standard is applied to all laboratories regardless of their employee number or its testing scope and/or calibration. If the laboratory does not undertake any of the activities covered by (ISO / IEC 17025:2005), such as sampling and designing/developing a new method, this clause requirement may not be applied. The (ISO / IEC 17025:2005) standard shall not cover regulatory compliance and safety requirements in operating the laboratory.
For more information, kindly visit the ISO/IEC 17025 link. ISO/IEC 17025 link