All electrical and electronic products that manufacturers plan to sell in the United States must comply and meet relevant RF and EMC requirements under the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
FCC testing and authorization involves two approval procedures - 'Certification' and 'Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity (SDoC)'.
The approval procedure required to be used is specified in the applicable FCC rule part(s) that apply to the radio frequency functions of a device or an end product. In general, except when otherwise stated in a rule, intentional radiators(transmitters) arerequired to be approved using the certification procedure,and unintentional radiators (e.g.digital circuitry) are approved using the SDoC procedure.
STC’s technical competence meets FCC requirements for various scopes of accreditation for testing performed in support of SDoC and Certification.
FCC Recognized Accredited Scope
Unintentional Radiators (FCC Part15 Subpart B)
Intentional Radiators (FCC Part 15 Subpart C)
U-NII without DFS Intentional Radiators (FCC Part 15 Subpart E)
UWB Intentional Radiators (FCC Part 15 Subpart F)
White Space Device Intentional Radiators (FCC Part 15 Subpart H)
Industrial, Scientific, and Medical Equipment (FCC Part 18)
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