Two companies combine experience across multiple tech sectors
IncisorTV is delighted to announce a new partnership with TÜV SÜD, a global provider of technical services in key areas including testing, certification, verification and knowledge transfer. In the UK, the company share this expertise with customers from the following sectors: aerospace, consumer electronics, defence, machinery, marine, medical, nuclear, oil and gas, real estate, telecommunications and transport.
Together, our two companies will cooperate to produce, publish and promote primarily video-based content. This will be featured here at the IncisorTV website, on our YouTube channels and will be promoted across our social media networks.
In this first video production, Simon Hindle, who is Business Development Manager, Wireless & IoT at TÜV SÜD, talks about the process of taking radio products through compliance.
Radio frequency testing is needed for radio and telecommunications equipment to test they are using the radio spectrum effectively by not interfering with other users of the radio frequency spectrum.
A radio frequency test covers technology such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Zigbee, PMR radio, RFID, NFC, GPS, cellular technologies and more. Other tests are also usually required to verify that a device meets local regulations for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), electrical safety and RF exposure.
Radio frequency compliance is a mandatory requirement in most international markets including the EU, the US, Canada, Australia and Japan. If you manufacture wireless devices or incorporate wireless devices into your product, you must comply with the regulations of your intended markets, otherwise your products cannot be legally sold. Radio frequency testing can also reveal problems early helping brands avoid costly rework and gain access to global markets fast.
Simon Hindle explains how TÜV SÜD has extensive experience in the testing and certification of wireless devices for global markets.
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