Telecommunications Certification Body (TCB) for US FCC Certification
In the USA, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) defines requirements for approval and operation of radio, consumer electronics, and communications devices. Certificates (Grants) can be issued by the FCC, or by FCC-approved Telecommunication Certification Bodies (TCBs).
According to the FCC rules, all devices must bear a FCC identification number. It is not allowed to import and sell products on the US market without such marking.
Under the Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) between the USA and the EU, EMCCert DR. RAŠEK has been recognised as a legally accredited TCB.
We provide services for all aspects of the TCB program, including Part 68, as detailed below:
- A. Unlicensed radio frequency devices (Parts 11, 15, 18)
- Low-power transmitters operating on frequencies below 1 GHz (with the exception of spread spectrum devices), emergency alert systems, unintentional radiators (e.g., personal computers and associated peripherals and TV interface devices) and consumer ISM devices subject to certification (e.g., microwave ovens, RF lighting and other consumer ISM devices)
- Low-power transmitters operating on frequencies above 1 GHz, with the exception of spread spectrum devices
- Unlicensed personal communications service (PCS) devices
- Unlicensed national information infrastructure (U-NII) devices and low-power transmitters using spread spectrum techniques
- B. Licensed radio service equipment (Parts 21, 22, 24 - 27, 74 ... 101)
- Personal mobile radio services in 47 CFR Parts 22 (cellular), 24, 25, 26 and 27
- General mobile radio services in 47 CFR Parts 22 (non-cellular), 74, 90, 95 and 97
- Maritime and aviation radio services in 47 CFR Parts 80 and 87
- Microwave radio services in 47 CFR Parts 21, 74 and 101
- C. Telephone terminal equipment (Part 68)
Detailed information you find here.
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