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Full Market Access Solutions

We offer full market access solutions including pre-compliance testing, product testing, documentation services, and product certification.

Constantly updated market requirements force wireless product manufacturers to adhere to regulatory changes and demanding testing procedures. Multiple certifications are necessary for most electronic products to be sold in various global markets. The certification needed for the product is specific to the function and design requirements of the countries in which it will be marketed. 2J Antennas will help you understand the complicated process of testing requirements needed to bring a product to market in a specific region and ensure that each device received the required certifications.

At 2J Antennas, we are very aware that the cost and time needed to obtain all of the certifications necessary for your product are one of the most overlooked steps to bringing a new device to market.

Below is a snapshot of the testing services we provide:

Ingress Protection Testing

Evaluates the resistance to particle and liquid entry for an enclosed product. After testing has been performed, the product receives an IP rating, based on IEC 60529, according to the achieved resistance to solid particles and liquids.

Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

Required in the United States for all electronic products that oscillate at 9 kHz or higher. This regulation falls under what the FCC calls “Title 47 CFR Part 15” (15th subsection of the 47th section of the Code of Federal Regulations).


In Europe, the requirements are stricter in regards to RF emissions at some frequencies. Other countries and regions have similar regulations on electromagnetic emissions.

Temperature Shock Testing

Thermal shock occurs when devices are forced to undergo rapid temperature changes between extremes. Temperature swings can cause materials to become brittle or cause damage as different materials change size and shape during temperature changes.

Vibration Testing

Vibrations have been known to cause excessive wear, loose fasteners, loosen connections, damage components, and cause devices such as optical equipment to malfunction. For any piece of mobile equipment to be functional, it needs to withstand some vibration. Equipment designed for rugged or hostile environments needs to withstand a lot of vibration without breaking down or wearing out prematurely. And the only way to know if something will withstand its intended application is to test it accordingly.



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