Manufacturers of these wireless and mobile devices are scrambling to ensure their products meet the revised European product standard. The new requirements, which involve more complex testing, are targeted at improving the efficient use of the 2.4GHz ISM band as well as the quality of data transmission within it, while also encouraging use of the 5GHz band.
Numerous global organizations, including
"Given the evolving nature of our technology, it was great to find a lab in the US who could test for this new standard, and do such a great job at it," continued Messick. "Their engineers really understood what was required, were able to communicate those requirements to us, and made the certification process extremely smooth," he concluded.
To learn more about testing for this new standard, visit http://www.acstestlab.com.
Founded in 2001, ACS provides regulatory compliance testing for new technology products. Based on a long list of accreditations, we offer
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