Long Range Wi Fi Antenna

U-NII-3 Transition Requirement 15.37 (h) for 802.11 Specifications Postponed By The FCC

By Amy Jones / July 2, 2015

Wireless ISP’s generally use the upper edge of the 5.725-5.825 GHz U-NII-3, pushing the industry demand thus creating the need for more band width in this range. The U-NII-3 is also known as U-NII/ISM, due to the overlap with the industrial, scientific and medical bands. Long Range WiFi Antennas are one example of U-NII-3 devices.…

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Korean Radio Certification - CA

Early Development of The Radio To Today’s Wireless Communication Technology Integration

By Amy Jones / January 14, 2015

The amount of wireless of connectivity, and the options to do so, are abundant in today’s electronic gadgets. WiFi, Bluetooth, UHF and 4G are just a few of the connect options available to the global consumer. All of this wireless connectivity can all be traced back to a significant invention called “The Radio”. Radio is…

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South Korea Radio Approvals - CA

802.11 5GHz WLAN DFS “Testing & Approvals” New HCT America Test Capabilities Now Online

By Amy Jones / September 12, 2014

2014 has brought about a resurgence in the high-tech industry. Wireless device technology is being integrated into most products these days. In order to allocate more frequency bands to accommodate this increased usage, some existing bands used by the FCC / government regulators (5 GHz band), have been opened for high-speed WiFi. Certain 5 GHz…

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Regulatory Compliance - CA

Company To Pay $80k for Selling Unauthorized Electronic Equipment

By Amy Jones / August 29, 2014

The FCC monitors manufactures nationally and internationally, to make sure regulatory standards are met via intentional and non-intentional RF transmissions. Companies who violate regulations can be subject to fines and legal action. Created by Congressional statute to regulate interstate and global communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable in all 50 states, the District…

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Agency Product Safety Approvals - CA

Trilogy of Magnetics by Wurth Elektronik EMC / EMI Proactive Engineering

By Amy Jones / July 31, 2014

Understanding the subtleties involved with proper EMI / EMC design can be challenging. It involves competent knowledge of all the Design Disciplines; Digital Design, Board Layout, Signal Integrity, System Architecture, Power and Mechanical. The parasitic circuits that are unintentionally created via RF signal coupling and induction are unseen, and can be very confusing to the…

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Regulatory Compliance - CA

The deciBel (dB) Logarithmic Unit to Express Ratio Between 2 Values

By Amy Jones / May 22, 2014

The decibel (dB) is used for a variety of measurements in science and engineering, most prominently in acoustics, electronics, and EMC / EMI. Gains of amplifiers, attenuation of signals, and signal-to-noise ratios are often expressed in “dB”. [br] The decibel (dB) is a logarithmic unit used to express the ratio between two values of a…

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Agency Product Safety Approvals - CA

Recycled Electromagnetic Radiation Powers Smartphone Case

By Amy Jones / March 14, 2014

A new smartphone case prototype on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas featured a unique way to signal an incoming call that makes use of the cell phone’s electromagnetic radiation. Concepter’s Lune smartphone case detects when a call is being received based on the wavelength of the phone’s GSM signal and alerts…

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