Does a Bluetooth Speaker Require FCC Approval?

Does a Bluetooth Speaker Require FCC Approval?

If you are designing, manufacturing, or marketing a device in the US market that transmits in the 2.4GHz band considered as an intentional radiator, that device is subject to FCC certification. A Bluetooth speaker is considered an intentional regulator, meaning it is...
Compliance Testing Helps You Achieve Your Product Goals

Compliance Testing Helps You Achieve Your Product Goals

Compliance Testing is a Key Investment in Product Success When your products are in the field, as part of complex environments with concerns like electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) will they meet expectations? Are there high...
What is FCC part 18

What is FCC part 18

FCC part 18 is required for any electrical device emitting RF intentionally. It sets forth the conditions under which the equipment in question may operate. The FCC Part 18 general technical requirements stipulate that ISM equipment must be designed and made according...
What is FCC Part 74

What is FCC Part 74

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) allocates all radio frequencies ranging from low frequencies to microwave frequencies. The regulations for each type of frequency are contained in the FCC Rules & Regulations; Title 47 is concerned with...
What is FCC Part 73

What is FCC Part 73

FCC Part 73 concerns itself with AM, FM, and TV broadcast stations concerning standardizing procedures and test methods. Wireless radio manufacturers must meet the regulations outlined in Part 73 before their products are allowed into the American market. Meeting the...
What is FCC Part 27?

What is FCC Part 27?

Belonging to Title 47 of the CFR, FCC Part 27 outlines certain requirements for organizations to meet in order to provide access to the Wireless Communications Service. Compliance Testing has worked with companies to complete their FCC certification as well as...