With the deadline for compliance with the Radio Equipment Directive (RED) coming this June 13th, 2017 manufacturers of wireless transmitters should be preparing their CE Marking conformity assessment files now to reflect the requirements in the RED.
The RED version of EN 300 328 has now been published in the Official Journal for the Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU. This standard covers systems in the 2.4GHz band such as Bluetooth, Zigbee, and WiFi. Manufacturers should review the standard to determine if their products remain compliant.
If your wireless device is placed in the European market and it has restrictions for use or if it is required to be licensed prior to use then you will need to include a “Notification” label as part of your conformity assessment. The EU has released a new notification procedure that is in the draft stage and manufacturers can now provide comments on its application before it becomes a formal requirement.
An average passenger car today relies on between 50 to 75 embedded electronic modules to monitor and control nearly all aspects of vehicle operations. To ensure safe and reliable operations of these systems, a multistep test-and-validation process is often performed as part of product development. Our FREE e-book will take you through each step.
As the remaining days count off in December, we look back on a very exciting but challenging 2016. We also reflect on our efforts to invest in and improve our services all in the name of meeting customer’s needs and expectations.
We’re proud to announce the recent acquisition of nine Rohde and Schwarz ESW EMI receivers for its Downers Grove laboratory operations. The units are presently being integrated into our EMC test stations and we’re quickly recognizing the significant benefit these state of the art instruments will provide to our clients.
As part of our commitment to wireless device testing, Elite has recently acquired a Rohde & Schwarz CMW500 communications tester. This instrument is essential for testing cellular, WiFi, and GNSS enabled products. Its purpose is to establish the RF communications link and monitor the transmitter/receiver performance.
At the November 10th 2016 IoT Summit Chicago, the Closing Keynote presentation was given by Brenna Berman, CIO for the City of Chicago, Charlie Catlett, from Argonne National Labs, and Douglas Pancoast of the Art Institute Chicago.