On January 24, 2020, ISED published RSS-222, Issue 2--White Space Devices, which supersedes Issue 1 (2015). Following are the chief changes:
The sections on RSS-102 and RSP-100 have been removed and can be found in RSS-Gen.
White space frequency bands have been revised.
The following items have been included: e.i.r.p. and associated conducted power limits, power spectral densities, and conducted adjacent channel emission limits.
Certification and licensing requirements have been addressed in a newly added section.
Additional channel bonding requirements have been included.
A transition period for certification has been included.
The measurement section on multiple antennas has been removed and can be found in RSS-Gen or ANSI C63.10
The description of alternate geolocation determination has been included as a requirement for the test report.
A dependency requirement for the power level of a mode I personal/portable device has been included (only when the controlling device is limited to 40 mW).