RF Immunity & RF Immunity Testing Guide

If you’re designing an electronic device, you’ll need to verify that it complies with regulations for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) before marketing it to the public. EMC testing involves measuring several major performance indicators for your device, including...

Is FCC Certification Accepted in the UK?

By law, electronic devices sold in the United States need to comply with FCC Part 15 and gain FCC certification in order to enter the market.  While FCC certification grants access to the United States market, it is not recognized outside North America, including in...

Is FCC Certification Accepted in Europe?

In order to market your electronic device in the United States, you’ll need to complete lab testing to verify that your device complies with FCC Part 15. Completing this process grants equipment authorization, either as FCC certification or via SDoC, providing you...

EMI and EMC Testing Basics Guide

If you’re designing an electronic device, you’re likely familiar with the importance of complying with electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) regulations. These regulations, which exist in all major markets, set limits on the amount...

How Does Electromagnetic Shielding Work?

Electromagnetic fields are found in almost all environments. They can be produced by a range of manmade devices, including power lines, electrical wiring and electronic devices, as well as by natural sources such as lightning, solar activity and Earth’s natural...

CE Certification for Espressif (ESP32) Devices

Talk to Our Engineers About CE Certification for Your ESP32-Based Device Need help complying with CE regulations? We work with businesses and individuals across the country, including in , to achieve compliance with CE RED and EMC regulations. Click the “Talk to...