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2.4 GHz Wireless Devices to Europe – Big Changes to EN 300 328 in January 2015

Written by Kirby Munroe on . Posted in Wireless

ACS presented “2.4 GHz Wireless Devices to Europe – Big Changes to EN 300 328 in January 2015” at the EMC Live 2014 conference.

Watch the webinar and read our summary articles below!

This webinar is an informative discussion between Advanced Compliance Solutions, Inc. VP of Technology, Sam Wismer, and Director of Wireless Certifications, Kirby Munroe.

The session focused on the drastically changing requirements for wireless devices in Europe that are operating in the 2.4GHz frequency band. Devices including Wi-Fi, Zigbee, Bluetooth, etc. are required to meet EN 300 328, a harmonized product standard under the R&TTE Directive which will experience significant changes in its testing requirements as it transitions from v1.7.1 to v1.8.1 at the end of this year.

Starting with an overview of the standard and then detailing the new technical requirements for the new edition, the webinar is valuable to those interested in the implications the changes will have on manufacturers and test labs alike.


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Kirby Munroe

Kirby Munroe

Nobody understands wireless technology like Kirby does. His fascination with the electromagnetic industry began at Florida Atlantic University, where he specialized in EMC, which quickly landed him a position as a compliance engineer at Motorola. Here Kirby was able to really sink his teeth into developing EMC and EMI testing at the ground level, and he advanced to senior compliance engineer, becoming a major figure in their EMC lab.READ MORE