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How long does FCC approval take?

How long does FCC approval take?

It is absolutely critical for manufacturers of electronics and wireless devices to have an accurate idea of how long the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) takes to approve or certify technology products for market access. As the adage goes, “those who fail to...

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How Much Does FCC Testing Cost?

How Much Does FCC Testing Cost?

Before your electronic product is approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), it needs to undergo a comprehensive testing process. This procedure allows the FCC to determine whether your product is safe for consumers to use. Once you've registered with...

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How do I get FCC certified?

How do I get FCC certified?

Anyone in manufacturing who creates original emerging tech products needs to be familiar with FCC Part 15, which lays down a series of requirements for electronic devices. It defines intentional, unintentional, and incidental radiators in...

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What is EMC Testing?

What is EMC Testing?

Today, we live in a world that's increasingly powered by the communication technology in our smart homes, electric vehicles, and smart wearable devices. There's a world of conformance testing and regulations that exist to make...

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What does FCC certified mean?

What does FCC certified mean?

When you head to any store that sells electronics, you'll see that many or all of them carry the familiar Federal Communications Commission (FCC) logo. However, it may not be immediately obvious why they carry it, particularly when a device might be as innocuous as a...

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What are EMC standards?

What are EMC standards?

In today's interconnected, technology-powered world, it's important that all electronic and wireless devices fit into the same scheme of regulations. This is because when a device uses radiofrequency waves for communication, entertainment, or any other purposes, it...

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How long does FCC approval take?

What is a Part 15 Device?

If you're a small inventor or part of a company that produces electronics, you've probably heard of Part 15 regulations. While you presumably know that it's important to adhere to these regulations, that doesn't make it clear what a Part 15 device is. If you work with...

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What Are FCC Class A Emissions?

What Are FCC Class A Emissions?

If you're a solo inventor or a new member of a company that focuses on designing electronic devices and equipment you'll have to acquaint yourself with FCC Title 47 Regulations. The document itself is quite extensive, although most of the focus goes onto Part 15b....

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What Does FCC Compliant Mean?

What Does FCC Compliant Mean?

If you've taken a close look at many appliances from around your house, you'll see the same symbol on many of them. An F with a small c inside of a larger C, which indicates the device is FCC compliant. However, that fact on its own might raise more questions than...

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