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Wi-Fi 7: Is it Worth the Wait?
September 26 - Join us for a live webinar with NXP!
Posted by Govardhan Shanmuga Sundaram, October 17, 2018
Wi-Fi Alliance Introduces the 6th Generation of Wi-Fi
Wireless technology is ever evolving, with increasing connections and applications that require higher bandwidth. Future networks will need more wirel...
Posted by Andrew Ross, September 13, 2018
What is the Fuss about WPA3?
After more than a decade, Wi-Fi Alliance has announced WPA3. The next iteration of their Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) security requirements for certif...
Posted by Ron Tozaki, November 30, 2017
Possible RED Updates on the Horizon
A few months ago, Ofcom, which is UK’s regulatory authority decided to update their regulations to allow Wi-Fi use in the 5.8 GHz band (U-NII-3). It a...
Posted by Govardhan Shanmuga Sundaram, September 21, 2017
NCC radio regulation changes and the ROHS mandate of the BSMI certification
Taiwan NCC Radio Regulation changes With the improvement in technology, wireless products range has increased, that includes wireless technologies lik...
Posted by Ron Tozaki, August 11, 2017
Will You be Complying to the Latest RED Standards in 2018?
The new directive regulating radio equipment usage in EU was in effect starting June 13th, 2017. It was a painful process for us and our customers to ...
Posted by Ron Tozaki, August 09, 2017
Changes to the 5GHz Wi-Fi band in the UK
The Office of Communications, commonly known as Ofcom, is the government-approved regulatory and competition authority for the broadcasting, telecommu...
Posted by Babar Hashim, March 31, 2017
Why OEM's need to put Wi-Fi radios in continuous TX modes for testing, analysis and certification?
Original Equipment Manufacturer's (OEM's) designing products using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth may need to obtain product certifications for the regions they p...
Posted by Ron Tozaki, January 31, 2017
Code RED - Radio Equipment Directive, that is!
ALERT… Come June 13, 2017 the current directive regulating radio equipment will be repealed and new requirements will come into law and all new produc...
Posted by Ron Tozaki, October 28, 2015
Does your product need to be tested for SAR?
What is SAR? Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) refers to the amount of radio frequency electromagnetic field absorbed by the body while using a wireless ...
Posted by Ron Tozaki, September 17, 2015
Are you prepared for the Level VI Energy-Efficiency Regulation?
The U.S. Level VI energy-efficiency regulation, aimed at energy savings in external power supplies, goes into force on February 10, 2016, and will imp...
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