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The quality and adaptation to international standards in the field of radio communication are important elements of modern market. All equipment of Radmor company meet the requirements of European Telecommunication Standard Institute ETSI.



All radio communication equipment must have the permission for installation and usage in Poland. For the equipment introduced onto the market before 31.12.2000 the homologation certificate is necessary and for the equipment introduced onto the market after 01.01.2001 the so called "Compatibility Declaration" is required. Such document is issued - according to the Telecommunication Law - by the producer but after tests performed by certified laboratories which issue the so called Compatibility Confirmation. The Compatibility Confirmation states that the parameters of the tested equipment meet the requirements of international telecommunication standards. Our company performs such tests in the Telecommunication Institute or in Central Laboratory of Technical Tests by URTiP (Polish Administration Institution for Telecommunication and Post Regulation).

To fix the leading position on the market of communication means suppliers and to increase the confidence to our company the Radmor S.A. certified its Quality Control System. In 1998 RADMOR gained the first ISO certificate. For four years now it also has the NATO AQAP certificate for 4 years. All the time our Quality Control System goes through regular audits, especially in a case when the requirements of ISO or AQAP are changed. Now our QC system is compatible with:

  1. polish standard PN-EN ISO  9001:2009 ,
  2. standardisation publication AQAP  2110:2016 (NATO requirements concerning the quality assurance in  design, development activities and in production),
  3. requirements of internal control  system connected with the foreign turnover of goods, services and  production processes having the strategic significance and  determined by the Ministry of Economy.


The suppliers of the military equipment for Polish Army should have the certificate which guaranties meeting high requirements of this customer which is now the member of NATO organisation. The main goal regarding the quality of the military equipment is to ensure proper co-operation between three parties of the purchasing process: i.e. the equipment supplier, the equipment recipient (buyer) and the direct user. The duties and rights of each participant of the process have been determined in the series of standardisation publications know under the title of "family of AQAP 2000 standards" (Allied Quality Assurance Publication). This co-operation must take place in each phase of the equipment life i.e. from the moment of idea origin and application for a device design necessity up to its later withdrawal from use.

Special role in the chain of the delivery plays the manufacturer which should have the active quality assurance system according to the AQAP 2110 standardisation publication to ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of its activities. The possessing of this certificate is one of requirements put to the enterprises making their offers in bids arranged by Ministry of National Defence. This standard is the one from among the AQAP 2000 family of standards. Regarding the quantity and structure of the requirements it is a supplementation and expansion of the civil ISO 9001 standard. In other words - it is not possible to meet the AQAP 2110 requirements not meeting the ISO 9001 requirements. The most important elements of the AQAP 2000 system besides those determined by ISO 9001 standard are as follows:

  • analysis of risk and management of  activities leading to get its minimum,
  • management of product  configuration,
  • necessity of determination of  reliability and service susceptibility of the product,
  • supporting the Governmental  Quality Assurance Process.


Beginning from January 2003 the obligation of possessing the active internal control system (WSK) certified by PCBC in Warsaw is in power for all importers and exporters of so called "goods of strategic meaning". It is the requirement of the law act from 29 November 2000 regarding the foreign turnover of goods, production processes and services having strategic significance for the safety of the country. And also for keeping the international peace and safety. (Dz.U. z 2000 r. No 119, pos. 1250 with later changes).

This system ensures the overflow control of goods to and from company´s outside as well as the place of their current usage or storage. These activities have to inhibit the transfer of strategic goods to persons, institutions, companies or countries which limit the citizens freedom or are engaged in international terrorism.