FICORE’s Fusion: Connecting Finland and India

The Finnish Indian Consortia for Research and Education (FICORE) represents a significant stride in international cooperation, merging Finnish and Indian expertise in science and technology. Backed by a robust 185 million euro funding from the Finnish Ministry from 2020 to 2024, FICORE is setting the stage for groundbreaking innovations through an array of pilot projects. […]

SAR Testing: Guarding Against Hidden Risks

The safety of radio products that we use every day is paramount. This is where Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) testing comes into play. SAR testing measures the amount of radio frequency energy absorbed by the body when using a wireless device, ensuring that exposure levels remain within safe limits set by regulatory bodies worldwide. Why […]

Bright Days, Warm Nights:Summer Wishes From TESTiLABS

July, a time when summer’s beauty is in full bloom and every moment is ripe with potential. Celebrate the joy and freedom, letting the sunny days and pleasant evenings inspire you. From the entire team at TESTiLABS: have a great summer and enjoy it to the fullest!

Major Milestone: ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Accreditation for EMC test

Last week marked a significant milestone for TESTiLABS as our major partner achieved ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accreditation on June 20th, 2024. This achievement marks a pivotal moment in strengthening our service portfolio in testing wireless devices. Enhanced Competence and Recognition The accreditation, approved by FINAS Finnish Accreditation Service under the standard SFS-EN ISO/IEC 17025:2017, underscores our commitment to […]

Indonesia New SAR Testing Standards: Are Your Devices Ready?

Indonesia’s Directorate General of Resources and Equipment of Post and Information Technology (SDPPI) has recently enacted a new regulatory framework, KOMINFO No 177 Tahun 2024, which imposes Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) testing requirements on mobile phones and tablet computers. This development follows extensive public consultations and reflects Indonesia’s commitment to enhancing consumer safety and minimizing […]

Is Your Testing Gear Keeping Up? New invest in R&S®ESW44

Meet the latest addition to our testing arsenal, the R&S®ESW44 EMI test receiver, which redefine the standards of electromagnetic interference (EMI) testing. Our major partner has invested in this cutting-edge equipment to ensure our clients have access to the most advanced EMI testing solutions available. Benefits to Our Customers Wide Frequency Range: Operating from 1 […]

New Gear Lock&Load Meet the DASY8

In the rapidly evolving field of wireless testing, Up-to-date equipment andexperienced experts is crucial to maintaining a competitive edge. Shorten our testing times and serve our customers faster Our major partner has invested in the DASY8, SPEAG’s 8th generation of Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) and Absorbed Power Density (APD) test system. It is applicable for […]

Who’s In, Who’s Out? FCC Sets New Bar for Equipment Testing

On May 23, 2024, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) unanimously passed a significant measure in a bid to safeguard the nation’s wireless systems. In a decisive 5-0 vote, the FCC introduced a proposal aimed at preventing national security threats from infiltrating the U.S. wireless equipment market. Who Gets Cut Off? Under the proposed rule, testing […]

Brazil updates Cybersecurity standards

Brazil’s telecommunications regulator, ANATEL, has recently updated its regulations with significant implications for the manufacturers and distributors of Customer Premises Equipment (CPE). These changes include revised cybersecurity testing requirements and new procedures for homologation certification. Cybersecurity Standards for CPE ANATEL’s Act nº 2436, effective since March 10th, 2024, mandates specific cybersecurity standards that now apply […]

Radio product country approvals – Local testing or paperwork only?

As manufacturers look to expand their reach and introduce wireless products to global markets, understanding the country approval process is crucial. Much like travellers need a passport or visa to cross borders, wireless devices require specific credentials to enter international markets. Failing to comply with these requirements can result in significant penalties, including fines and […]