All telecommunications devices connecting to an Australian telecommunications network must be RCM compliant. This involves specific network connectivity assessment to AS/CA S042.1 and S042.4, Radiated Spurious Emissions (RSE) testing to EN 301 908-1 and FCC Part 22 (S042 sub requirements), electrical safety and IP testing to AS/NZS 60950.1, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) testing to AS/NZS CISPR 32 or EN 55032 and EMR assessment to ARPANSA RPS3. We can provide all necessary services in house.
Overseas CE and FCC test reports are commonly used as part of the process. Specific radio test reports for cellular modules to standards such as EN 301 908-1, EN 301 908-2, EN 301 908-13 and FCC Part 22 must be made available. EMC Technologies works under NDA with all major cellular chipset suppliers such as u-blox, Sierra Wireless and Quectel.
On 12 December 2018, the Telecommunications (Labelling Notice for Customer Equipment and Customer Cabling) Amendment Instrument 2018 (No. 1) removed requirements for the use of Recognised Testing Authorities (RTA), more information can be found on the NATA website. EMC Technologies was a Recognised Testing Authority (RTA) and also an ACMA Telecoms Certification Body for the certification of mobile phones, modems and similar devices. As such you can rely on our specialist technical knowledge and experience.
EMC Technologies is NATA accredited to ACMA telecommunication standards AS/CA S042.1 and AS/CA S042.4.
NOTE: Certification body statements are no longer required however can be arranged upon request.