RSS-130 Wireless Testing of All Equipment Operating in Specific Frequencies
RSS-130 testing determines 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. Our engineers take pride in providing the peace of mind that all of your wireless testing needs will be met. Lastly, we tailor each test plan to individual customer needs minimizing unnecessary costs and over-testing.
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Summary of Intentional Radiator Equipment RSS-130
The Canadian RSS-130 standard test method specifies requirements for all equipment operating in the frequency bands 617-652 MHz, 663-698 MHz, 698-756 MHz, and 777-787 MHz. Measurements are performed with the equipment’s carrier frequency set at the highest and lowest frequencies permitted by the design of the equipment in each frequency range. Equipment certified under this standard will employ digital modulation.
Mobile and portable stations in the bands 617-652 MHz and 663-698 MHz must be capable of operating on all frequencies in these bands.
For equipment that is capable of simultaneously transmitting multiple channels, the occupied bandwidth is the bandwidth representing the sum of the occupied bandwidths of these channels.
The frequency stability must be sufficient to ensure that the occupied bandwidth remains within each frequency block range. This is only true when tested at the temperature and supply voltage variations specified in RSSGen.
The transmitter output power is measured in terms of average power. In addition, the peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR) of the transmitter shall not exceed 13 dB for more than 0.1% of the time. The RSS-130 transmitter also uses a signal corresponding to the highest PAPR during periods of continuous transmission.
Expert Wireless Testing of Equipment in Various Frequencies
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 RSS Canadian 130 wireless testing, Keystone has a full scope of expertise including licensed exempt radios, multiple transmitters, and pre-approved radio modules.