TUV Rheinland Presents, “Compliance Testing
for Wireless Devices”
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This webinar will provide you with the understanding and information on what is needed to place a transmitter in your product and get it certified for the FCC and Industry Canada.
You will learn:
- Obtaining Industry Canada and FCC ID numbers.
- What is a Modular Approved Radio, Limited Modular Approval?
- FCC Public Notices, and IC Rules and Regulations, and where to find them
- FCC, Knowledge Data Base, (KDB) Frequently asked Questions
- What information is needed in Manuals and where to get it?
- FCC and IC Permissive Changes, what are the rules and what needs to be tested?
- Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) or SAR? What is the Difference?
Sr. EMC/Wireless Engineer, TUV Rheinland
Randy started his career in the United States Marine Corps as a radio communication specialist in 1981 and acquired his degree after being honorably discharged in 84. He then went right back to military communications at Harris RF in Rochester NY, working in the test engineering department performing Mil Std testing for shipboard radios. After he joined Eastman Kodak Company, in the design engineering department and soon joined a 4 man team starting a “Design for EMC” lab. There, he spent the next 10 years assisting design engineers with proper EMC design techniques and mitigating EMC issues for all of Kodak’s products and businesses, including Medical Imaging, Entertainment imaging, Thermal Transfer Imaging, Photocopiers, R&D designs and a 2.4 GHz Transmitter radio. In 2006, he joined TUV Rheinland of North America, where he is responsible for testing devices to meet EMC compliance for FCC, Industry Canada and/or European (CE) standards. In addition, Randy is an ANSI certified TCB/FCB Reviewer and Certifier for multiple scopes of intentional radiators.