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...
How Is SAR Measured? A Look Into Specific Absorption Rate

How Is SAR Measured? A Look Into Specific Absorption Rate

Bringing a new wireless communication device to market comes with a list of requirements and regulations to be aware of from the design phase all the way through to launch. One of these requirements has to do with the safety of consumers when using a wireless device....
What Is The FCC?

What Is The FCC?

The Federal Communications Commission, or FCC, is a government agency tasked with monitoring and regulating communications made both within the U.S. and abroad. Part of the U.S. government, the FCC oversees all aspects of any communication technology...
What Is Modular Integration and Design?

What Is Modular Integration and Design?

Modular integration is the implementation of interoperable systems or devices that can allow for easy adaptation throughout a specific industry or use case. To put it simply, it breaks down larger systems into basic building blocks to allow for more customization on...
What Products Require EMC Testing?

What Products Require EMC Testing?

To ensure that new electronic products don’t interfere with a market’s existing devices, EMC compliance testing has become a requirement for many countries. Both the amount of emissions produced and the amount a device can withstand are tested during EMC...