Long Term Evolution (LTE) is leading the 4G charge into a new era of mobility, changing our lives with innovations that transform everyday items into informational devices. Today’s mobile users are no longer confined to traditional services like voice and text messaging. However, LTE brings new testing and certification challenges. What can manufacturers do to overcome these hurdles?
As consumers become more familiar with Smartphone apps, they increasingly expect their phone to do just about anything and deliver instantaneous services. This has also reduced their reluctance to make mobile payments, finally making commercially viable mobile payment systems a reality.
TÜV SÜD San Diego invests in wireless market growth
The team of 70 experts at TÜV SÜD's test laboratory in San Diego work closely with their counterparts in the global TÜV SÜD network to deliver a local service, backed up by global knowledge. The San Diego team can harness the most appropriate expertise to support a wide range of customer requirements.
Under the Marine Equipment Directive legislation, manufacturers of such equipment cannot self declare that their products are compliant. This means that automated identification systems (AIS) manufacturers, whose equipment comes under the Marine Equipment Directive, must gain independent certification from an EU Notified body, such as TÜV SÜD BABT, before their products can display the mark of conformity (the Wheel Mark).
TÜV SÜD Japan expands testing capabilities through significant investment in TÜV SÜD Zacta
TÜV SÜD Zacta has significantly expanded its capabilities at its Yonezawa Testing centre by opening an additional 10-meter chamber for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing. This chamber is also equipped for specific absorption rate (SAR) testing for wireless devices, further enhancing the TÜV SÜD Zacta testing portfolio.