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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.

FCC stands for Federal Communications Commission and is an American regulatory body responsible for regulating all electronic devices that emit radio frequency. Any electronic device that is sold in the United States must be FCC certified.

What is CE certification?

CE stands for Conformité Européene and is a certification mark that indicates that the product meets the European Union’s safety, health, and environmental standards. Any electronic device that is sold in the European market must have a CE certification.

How are FCC and CE certification different?

The main difference between FCC and CE certification is their geographical scope. FCC certification is required for products sold in the United States, while CE certification is required for products sold in the European Union. Additionally, FCC certification focuses on radio frequency emissions, while CE certification covers a broader range of safety, health, and environmental standards.

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