So, it looks like there is just one more item on the checklist to go through. But there will be no rush to complete this last task. When wireless product testing is done, every square inch of meticulous attention to detail must be given. This attention is simply not negotiable. That, surely, is how you would want your work to be done. Many of you reading this now have, more or less, adapted to the ongoing convergence of information technologies, radiogram technologies and telecoms technologies.
Many of you will continue to make adaptations and adjustments towards the wireless and digital home and work environments. Today, it is not unheard of for new radio technologies to be introduced to both commercial and domestic customers almost on a daily basis. For the wireless product testing environment to have any added value to the customers, it needs to be partnered by a sound knowledge of new technologies being introduced and the regulatory aspects of compliance testing.
Many established companies have adopted this discerning attitude towards their product testing requirements. Buyers of equipment include importers, retailer and telecoms and WLAN operators. They are also subscribers. They have made it known that they require improvements to the quality of their product and supply chain management processes. This sentiment is being expressed on a global scale.
They realize too that legal compliance is also necessary in order to critically and successfully engage with their target markets. They also need to maintain a strong focus on their bottom lines. Regular wireless product testing helps them achieve this. Compliance costing is kept to its minimum without ever having to lose market share. The service scope covers mobile terminal equipment, MM wave products, UWB (ultra-wideband) products, broadband power line systems, Wi-Fi products, Bluetooth, as well as Femtocell, Z-Wave, Zigbee and Sigfox.