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Supplier’s DoC Rules Now in Effect

The Enforcement Bureau of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is reminding marketers of...

FCC Warns Against Fishing Net Buoys That Use RF

The Enforcement Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has issued an Enforcement Advisory...

Evaluate Resonances with Near Field Probes and VSWR Bridges

A VSWR bridge and a magnetic near field probe (NFP) are very valuable tools to find resonances in RF and EMI/EMC applications as tuning, shielding, etc.

Audio Rectification and TDMA/GSM EMI

RF signals entering in a system and being rectified can interfere seriously. That has been classically the case of audio noise in speakers because of mobile phones using TDMA technology. The problem is now very common in products with wireless RF funcionality in products with audio areas.

FCC Updates RF Device Authorization Rules

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced changes to its requirements related to...
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Wireless Compliance for Medical Manufacturers 101

This article focuses on global wireless compliance. More specifically, it explains what to consider if you intend to certify your device with an integrated third-party module internationally.

Maximum Received Power Statistics within RF Reflective Enclosures for HERO/EMV Testing

Statistical models for maximum electromagnetic fields within RF reflective enclosures (i.e. complex cavities) have historically been derived from parent distributions obtained from the central limit theorem applied to sums of random variables.

Reminder Regarding EMC Testing for FCC Certification

Readers of The World in Compliance are reminded that manufacturers seeking FCC equipment authorization...

A Novel Concept for EMC Radiated Immunity Testing Using Field Generators

The pressure to bring new products to the market, with reduced time to market, high quality and reduced cost, has never been greater.

T-Mobile Fined for Potential RF Exposure Concerns

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed a fine of $60,000 against T-Mobile...
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