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The FCC Approval Process: Certification and Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity

Designing an electrical/electronic product that meets immunity and emissions requirements can be challenging. Keeping up with all the rules and updates to the FCC approval process can make it even more complex. This webinar will keep you up to date so you don’t miss product launch deadlines.



Date: May 22, 2019
Time: 11 AM EDT (8 AM PDT)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Designing an electrical/electronic product that meets immunity and emissions requirements can be challenging enough. Not to mention the emerging technologies that now include intentional transmitters and multiple radios inside the product making matters even more complex.

It's not easy to keep up with all the rules and updates to the FCC approval process. This presentation will provide information about the overall process, approval methods, process for the Supplier's Declaration of Conformity, updates to FCC certification, proper use of labels and much more.

A clear understanding of the FCC approval process will provide you with more time and attention to focus on product development and creating something more valuable to your customers.

Key Takeaways

  • Develop a clear understanding of what the FCC requires in order to gain approval and certification
  • Learn the types of marking(s) that are required for your product
  • Understand what documents are needed for fast and efficient testing by the laboratory and for the FCC as well
  • Learn what a Supplier's Declaration of Conformity (SDoC) is, who is responsible for providing it, and how it is to be used

Speaker

Nicholas Abbondante, Chief EMC Engineer, Intertek

Nicholas Abbondante serves as chief EMC engineer at Intertek. In more than 18 years with the company, Nick has been involved in testing a wide range of radio and electronic equipment to EMC requirements for regulatory domains around the world, specializing in transmitters. He is a member of the TCB Council and participates in multiple ANSI C63 radio standards writing committees. Nick has a bachelor's degree in physics from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).