The Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) develops and regulates the converging information, communication and media sectors. IMDA is the national accreditation authority responsible for providing the Singaporean administrative processes, regulations, guidelines, rules and certification schemes necessary to comply with telecommunications standards and specifications.
Telecommunications and radio frequency transmitter products that make use of the radio spectrum or connect to the public network that are intended to be marketed in Singapore are subject to a mandatory approval process issued by the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA).
Depending on the type of equipment that is intended to be certified, one or more of the following three schemes may be applicable:
- ESER (Enhanced Simplified Equipment Registration)
- SER (Simplified Equipment Registration)
- GER (General Equipment Registration)
Every above-stated scheme has a 5-year validity period, according to IMDA Rules.
You can find the PDF version of the certificate here.