Guarantee the quality of your products
Wireless testing evaluates electrical products that are intended to be operated without wires – anything from laptops and electric toothbrushes to industrial applications with wireless components. Different jurisdictions around the world require manufacturers to comply with codes and regulations regarding how their wireless products function for security and health and safety purposes.
There is an ever-growing market of devices which use different types of wireless technology to function – from radio signals to wireless power transfer (WPT). The radiation of electromagnetic fields is regulated by mandatory requirements in most international markets including the EU, USA, Canada, Australia and Japan. This applies to both radio and WPT devices.
A Wireless test is necessary to help you meet regulatory requirements, improve product performance and reduce the risk of costly non-compliance. Third-party conformity assessments also help to strengthen your competitive position in the market.
Our professional and technically qualified engineers are active in national and international technical committees for safety, EMC, EMF, and RF for wireless radio and WPT devices. This makes them well suited to provide you with valuable understanding of the latest standards and regulations to keep ahead of the competition.
TÜV SÜD labs are constantly monitoring developments within different regulatory domains, and all of our labs are familiar with the latest updates to guide you through the test and certification requirements. Furthermore, with our international network of laboratories we can provide global coverage while the services we offer can be tailored to meet your unique local market needs.
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