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As the rules change or new procedures are developed, please note that these interpretation and/or guidance may not apply; you should always refer to the latest rules and guidance documents to determine what equipment authorization procedures should be followed. For the latest guidance on specific topics or you don't know where to start, please feel free to contact GTG experts.

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)/ electromagnetic interference (EMI) testing is an integral part of electronic devices’ design and manufacturing processes. Several regulatory bodies such as the FDA, FCC, and ISO have specific limits regarding the emissions that an electronic device has to emit.

The EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) testing ensures the device meets reliability and safety standards that ensure it will not harm users nor interfere with the operation of other equipment or fail to operate as intended due to interference from other equipment’s emissions. Failure to pass the EMC compliance testing can result in fines and product recalls.

For further guidance on EMC/EMI testing, please refer to our training courses: Ultimate guide to EMI in electronics

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