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PRACTICING

THE ECE PROFESSION

MODULE 5

Learning Objectives
After completing this module, the learners
should be able to:
Discuss Department Order No. 88
Services that are covered under D.O. 88
Exemptions from D.O. 88
Other Related DO
RA 9292 / (Article 4)

Department Order No. 88


Rules and regulations requiring the service
of duly registered ECE in the planning and
designing, installation or construction
governing commercial radio operators.
Date of approval: December 28, 1972
Other Related D.O.
D.O. No. 6 Rules and regulations
governing land mobile radio service and its
operation.
(June 1, 1949)
D.O. No. 11 General rules and regulations
governing the construction, installation,
establishment or operation of radio stations
and
the
possession
or
ownership,
construction or manufacture, purchase,
sale, transfer of transmitter or transceivers.
In the Philippines. (Oct.10,1959)

D.O. No. 87 Rules and regulations


governing
the
low
power
ship
radiotelephone service in the Philippines.
(Jan.11,1952)
D.O. No. 13 Rules and regulations
governing amateur radio service in the
Philippines as amended. (Feb. 16, 1971)
D.O. No. 227 Rules and regulations
governing land radio stations and radio
communications in the Philippines. (Oct.14,
1933)
D.O. No. 287 Rules and regulations
governing the citizens radio service.
(Jan.2, 1959)
R.A. No. 9292
Sec. 5. The scope and nature of practice of
ECE shall embrace and consist of
engineering sciences and/or principles to
the

Investigation, analysis, sysnthesis, planning,


design,
specication,
research
and
development,
provision,
procurement,
marketing and sales, manufacture and
production, construction and installation,
tests/measurement/control,
operation,
repair, servicing, technical support and
maintenance of electronics components,
devices, products apparatus, instruments,
equipment, systems, networks, operations
and processes in the field of electronics,
including
communications
and/or
telecommunications,
information
and
communication
technology
(ICT),
computers and their networking and
hardware/firmware/software development
and applications, broadscast/broadcasting,
cable and wireless television, consumer and
industrial electronics, electro-optics /
photonics/optoelectronics, electromagnetics,
avionics, aerospace, navigational and
military applications, medical electronics,
robotics, cybernetics, biometrics, and all
other related convergent fields.

Also includes administration, management,


supervision
and
regulatory
aspects,
teaching and training activities.
R.A. No. 9292 (Article 4)
Practice
of
professional
electronics
engineering, electronics engineering and
electronics technician.
Sec. 27. Practice of the Profession
No person shall offer himself/herself in the
Philippines as, or use the title Professional
Electronics
Engineer(PECE),Electronics
Engineer(ECE)
or
Electronics
Technician(ECT), or use any word, letter,
figure, or sign without holding a valid
Certificate of Registration and a valid
Professional ID card.