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LP0002 Testing of Low-power Radio-frequency Devices

LP0002 evaluates devices that are self-contained with no external or readily accessible controls. As a leader in RF regulatory compliance testing, Keystone Compliance recognizes the requirements needed for wireless radio manufacturers. Meeting the ETSI, FCC, and other wireless testing specifications can be challenging. Not only do we understand the challenges, but we help guide companies through the process.

Keystone is continually developing partnerships in GMA and RF exposure testing. These strategic partnerships allow us to meet customer needs beyond our scope of accreditation. Keystone takes pride in providing the peace of mind that all of your wireless testing needs will be met.

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Summary of Wireless Intentional Radiator LP0002 Testing

The wireless regulatory compliance test method carries out standards for low-power radio frequency devices. These devices utilize a permanently, or semi-permanently attached antenna or use a unique coupling of the antenna at any cable connector between the transmitter and antenna. The manufacturer may design the unit so that the user can replace a broken antenna. However, the use of a standard antenna jack or electrical connector other than authorized is prohibited.

For low-power radio frequency (RF) devices that are designed to be connected to the public utility power line must be less than the limits in the wireless standards table. The power line includes any frequencies within 150 kHz to 30 MHz bands.

Other conditions about low-power RF devices include:

  • Low-power RF devices that produce damped waves are prohibited.
  • Low-power RF devices can not be altered by changing the frequency.
  • Low-power RF devices can not be altered by enhancing emission power.
  • Low-power RF devices can not be altered by adding an external antenna.
  • The operation of low-power RF devices is subject to the conditions that no harmful interference is caused.
  • The interface must be accepted and is caused by the operation of authorized communications or industrial, scientific, and medical equipment.

The standard further explains conformance specifications. These specifications are broken down into specific frequency ranges. Common characteristics in each frequency range include fundamental emissions, unwanted emissions, and type of device. The frequency bands range include:

  • 1.705 to 10 MHz
  • 13.553 to 13.567 MHz
  • 26.953 to 27.283 MHz
  • 40.66 to 40.70 MHz and about 70 MHz

Expert Wireless Low-Power Radio Frequency Device Lab Testing

Our team strives to give our customers more time and energy on product development instead of testing. Keystone Compliance can accommodate fixed, mobile and portable devices of all sizes. In addition to LP0002 regulatory compliance testing, Keystone has a full scope of expertise including multiple transmitters, simultaneous transmitters, and licensed exempt radios.

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