ANSI C63.10: Compliance Testing of Unlicensed Wireless Devices
March 27, 2014
1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
In cooperation with the US EMC Standards Corporation
Art Wall is the Chair of the C63 Wireless Working Group, which is responsible for development and maintenance of C63.10. Art is former Deputy Chief of the FCC Laboratory, has many years of experience with the FCC Rules and Regulations, processes and standards and was instrumental in the development of the TCB program.
ANSI C63.10 Webinar Description
Wireless devices are part of our everyday lives. The expansion of new technologies in the past dozen years has created an enormous new demand for testing and certification (over 17,000 devices were certified in 2013 by the Federal Communication Commission and Telecommunication Certification Bodies (TCB) on behalf of the FCC).
Many of the wireless products that we use for communications, safety, monitoring, sensing and control are unlicensed devices. These are low-power (less than 1 W, typically) and operate over a large range of frequencies.
The Accredited Standards Committee, C63 on Electromagnetic Compatibility has developed an American National Standard, C63.10, for compliance testing of unlicensed wireless devices. This standard includes many of the methods for characterizing, measuring and reporting data necessary for certification. It is incorporated into the FCC Rules by reference. It is also being used by Industry Canada for certification of similar products marketed in Canada.
Who Should Attend
Wireless device designers, compliance engineers, test laboratory engineers, regulatory product managers, certification personnel, test report preparers and technicians.
The following information will be covered in the webinar.
Background and development of C63.10
Scope of both 1st and 2nd Edition of C63.10
Standard Test Methods
Test methods for new technology devices
Date: March 27, 2014
Single registrations and site license registrations (3 or more from the same company) are available for this webinar.
Please join us!
Fees are for a 1 hour Webinar $149 for single license. $300 for site license (up to 10 from the same organization).