FCC Certification Process
The Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) governs a wide range of communications devices in the US, as well as electronics with the potential to interfere with them. This all revolves around radio frequency signals and the electromagnetic interference, or EMI that all electronic devices can produce. To put it simply, an FCC-compliant or certified device is one that follows the rules and regulations the FCC.
FCC Certification with Compliance Testing
Compliance Testing will test your product or device to the appropriate FCC Standards or FCC Rule Part to validate compliance. The completed FCC test report must then be submitted to a TCB (Telecommunication Certification Body) for review and approval. The manufacturer then will receive an FCC Grant enabling the sale of the device in the US market.