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...
What is FCC Part 22?

What is FCC Part 22?

FCC Part 22 pertains to Public Mobile Services that facilitate mobile and radio telecommunication. With public access being available through various consumer devices, the requirements set forth under FCC Part 22 are meant to protect all parties involved. Through RF...
What is CISPR 16?

What is CISPR 16?

The Comite International Special des Perturbations Radioelectriques (CISPR), or the International Special Committee on Radio Interference, was established in 1934 to protect radio frequencies between 9 kHz to 400 GHz from interruption by electronic devices.  The...
5 Electrical Power Source Component Types

5 Electrical Power Source Component Types

When creating a new product, all of the testing and designing comes down to the moment you turn on the power source and see it all come to life. The components responsible for this consistent power delivery facilitate safe use and easy maintenance through...
FCC Rule Changes for RF exposure

FCC Rule Changes for RF exposure

In the US, the FCC regulates devices using radio technologies. Manufacturers of these devices, therefore, need FCC certification in order to sell these devices. The FCC has recently announced changes to its RF exposure rules. As a result, unintentional radiators...
What’s New for 5G in 2022?

What’s New for 5G in 2022?

With 5G having spent the last few years in the spotlight, it’s gotten to the point where many of us are wondering what the next development is going to be. While 5G technology has been around, the true 5G data experience hasn’t been quite...