Device certificates are a non-negotiable requirement that creates an identify for each new device or “thing” in the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem. Designated test labs put every device through a series of standardized tests to verify its ability to operate properly and within acceptable means when connected to a wireless network.
After certification is complete, any modification made to the device will require recertification.
Our pre-approved modules significantly reduce the time and cost of the certification process for your end device, making your time to market as little as 90 days.
Responsible for managing and licensing electromagnetic spectrum for commercial and non-commercial users in the United States. Devices sold within the US will need to be labelled with an FCC ID.
This certification signifies that a product has met the standards of health, safety and environmental protection required for products sold within the European Economic Area
Any GSM device used in North America requires this certification to ensure compliance with cellular network standards developed by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP).
As the quality mark for interoperability, GCF certification demonstrates that a connected device or wireless product will function properly when used on a variety of mobile networks.